• Ronnie Wong

    @wilfried-thiam,

    WMIC /node:<ComputerName> process call create “cmd.exe /c FileName.exe"

    What does it do?

    • creates a process on the remote computer to execute “cmd.exe /c FileName.exe"
    • just make sure you substitute your computername in place of <ComputerName> and command you want to run for “cmd.exe /c FileName.exe"

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  • wes-bryan

    Hey @Andrei-C

    Great questions, I apologize if I have not answered them in completeness. We are working with CompTIA to create the content according to a format that they provided. All of the exam objectives will be covered in the single format. The study guides you have mentioned follow the individual exam format. We will have somewhere around 90 hours of content filmed for the A+ series upon completion. The new exams went live on Jan. 15th 2019 and we have a good bit of the content already filmed and we are still in production. In the past when we have followed a two exam format each exam was around 40 hours of content. We will be recording the same amount of content under a single series.

    As far as the practice exams and labs I will get back with you on these as I do not have that information, but I am more than happy to get it for you and post it here. Thank you so much for being a member and we will work hard to get the show completed very soon. I hope this helps to answer your questions.

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  • wes-bryan

    You are most welcome @Cole-Maki if you need help do not hesitate to ask.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @enki,

    I'll have to check that out today. I'm kinda shocked I said that but mistakes do happen and It may be where I might have to reshoot that episode.

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  • Angie

    @craig-mcmillan These initial Azure courses will be presented by Mike and Cherokee. Adam will be creating some additional Azure content this year more around real-world business applications. Thanks!

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  • wes-bryan

    Hello All,

    The new CompTIA A+ series (2019) will be a big change in the familiar naming convention.

    1 - In the past the series have followed the 600, 700, 800 and 900 series
    2 - Each exam would be labeled 220-701/220-702, 220-801/220-802, 220-901/220-902

    The new structure will be different:

    1- Core 1 content will map to the exam 220-1001
    2- Core 2 content will map to the exam 220-1002

    In the future you will probably see them continue with this naming convention.

    We are recording the first edition according to CompTIA's single book format. It will be comprehensive and include both Core 1 and Core 2 content. We will be shooting all new content with no "carry-over" videos from the 900 series.

    In the future we will be going back and recording a two book format as well. This format will break the Core 1 (220-1001 exam) and the Core 2 (220-1002) into separate shows. The two exam format is pending.

    A great majority of the objectives that were relevant to the 900 series are still relevant in the 1000 series exams. Some information will be removed and there will be new material as is on par with past exam series releases.

    I am not sure as to the practice exams availability, but they are usually ready to go shortly after the official announcement from CompTIA that the new exams have been released. I hope this helps and please ask any questions you might still have.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @dan-kauffman,

    It's still valid but it is scheduled to be removed from our library in the future as it was a previously licensed show for a specific customer.

    We will be producing a new show that will be focused on the CCNAX objectives in 2019. But I'm not sure when that's on the schedule.

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  • Angie

    @james-parsons Cloud+ is still planned for this year. We have the flexibility to create that content while still focusing on vendor specific training, so we are. There is so much content to create, we listen to our members, the marketplace and try to make the best decisions on where we feel technology is headed. Thank you!

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  • Angie

    @james-parsons We do have plans to add the Specialty certs (starting with Big Data) as well as the Solutions Architect Professional this year. Stay Tuned for more AWS!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @penny-witherspoon,

    Most of the practice-labs environments are designed with a set of skills in mind for exam preparation. So there is no guided lab per se on what I think you're trying to accomplish...but the closest that you may have that will be a guided experience will be with Installation Storage and Compute with Windows Server 2016 or Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012, if you're referring to Windows Server. On the Linux side, you may find Linux + Support Skills helpful.

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