In this course ,All Objectives of RHCSA exam are explained with the help of different tasks( Which mimic real exam questions) on each objective covering complete syllabus as mentioned on Red Hat official Website.Tasks are explained through video lectures.
After going through this course , you will be ready to take the exam and you will pass the exam at First attempt for sure but you must practice everything you learnt from this course before taking the exam. You will find all tasks on exam from these Objectives only!!
I also mentioned all the commands I used for different tasks in presentation to make it easy for you to practice yourself (After pausing video) with the help of these commands and related configuration files. You will not need to watch the lecture again in case you forget some step while practicing.
One extra chapter to Install LDAP and Integrated DNS Server with FREEIPA Server solution is also included. This chapter also explains how to configure NFS and SAMBA share. Everything explained in this chapter is not part of RHCSA objectives but you will need this to prepare LAB environment for the exam to practice all tasks of course.
ALSO DOWNLOADBLE PDF FILE CONTAINING ALL TASKS WITH STEPS IS ADDED IN THIS COURSE AT THE END TO HELP YOU TO PRACTICE BEFORE YOU TAKE THE EXAM.
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Note: CentOS-7 ( Exactly same as RHEL7) Virtual Machines are used for this course. Minor release does not matter for this exam but only difference you should know about nmcli interface bewteen 7.0 and latest releases 7.4 & 7.5 which is explained in this course.
Exam will be on previous release probably RedHat7.0 not on the latest releases.
- Theoretical Knowledge RHCSA Objectives is required+ Two Virtual Machines
- You will learn all topics of RHCSA Exam and You will be confident enough to take the RHCSA exam and pass the exam at First attempt