By naveenbabu915 ·
I have professional experience of 5 years . I can do helpdesk and some light admin (Active Directory)job .
i am presently working in iGATE as a desktop support engineer and i would like to do MCSE or Linux or CCNA .i have no idea which on to start.please guide me.


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by mr.sweetchuck In reply to MCSE \LINUX \ CCNA

Based on what you've said about your MS experience, I wouldn't recommend MCSE. You'd need a quite strong understanding of deploying, managing and securing servers, which you don't appear to have.

I'd suggest starting with Linux:
Do you have a spare PC at home? If you do or if you can get an old PC from work (i.e. if they are throwing one out), get a copy of Linux (you can get some free versions) and a good book on how to administer it. Set it up from scratch, play around with it. See if you can add functionality, like email, print services, etc.

As for the CCNA, they are many good books on the topic, but it takes quite a bit of work to familiarise yourself with the course content. I'd be inclind to leave this until you've taken the MCSE exams, as it's generally a lower priority to employers.

Best of luck,

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