I want to start some training on window server, and wondering to know what kind of prior background knowledge do i need to have to start with Windows Server.
It's better to know end user OS before and to have a basic knowledge of networking.
Thus, usually how to integrate end user computer in a domain is a start, and later you start to learn more.
It all depend on your job too, a level 2 tech job help, as usually you will be backed by senior tech.
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To study Windows server, you just need to have an overall understanding about Windows machines, there aren't any strict requirements.
For systemic study, I recommend that you take some classes from some experts.
Then read some books and links by yourself, you may need a mentor to guide you when you encounter some questions.
I also strongly recommend that you set up a server lab environment for testing.
Here is a link below that is related to Windows Server:
I hope this helps!
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