System Administrator

Soft tech Career Info system Pvt. Ltd
  • Udaipur
  • 15-20 lakh
  • 5-8 years
  • Views
  • 16 Jan 2017

  • IT/ Information Technology

  • IT/ Technology - Software/ Services
Job Description

AD & Exchange Responsibilities

Understand and manage AD architecture with Root Domain, Child Domain controllers and RODC

Backup & Restore process - AD

Monitor, Manage and Troubleshoot - Active Directory, FRS, DNS etc

Managing OU architecture and ensuring updated data management

Troubleshoot AD (NTFRS, AD Replication Issues, Login Issues, Group Policy Issues)

Active Directory process automation (VBS and PowerShell scripting)

Managed Group Policy Objects (GPOs) throughout the Active Directory (AD) enterprise

Review all Active Directory reports and adjust thresholds as needed

Build / Rebuild / Decommission DCs & Post-Installation tasks

Monitor and Troubleshoot DCs and Replication

SYSVOL Management, Troubleshooting

Review Reports of AD, DCs, Replication, DNS, Trusts, AD Disk space etc

Maintaining and monitoring of DR servers of AD

Expertise in OS hardening, performance and tuning.

Understanding of Network

Installation and management of Exchange 2013 servers

Troubleshoot Mail flow, Queues, performance related issues of Exchange Servers.

MS Exchange Server administration and troubleshooting including Recovery & Maintenance of Exchange Database

Monitoring, troubleshooting and problem resolution of the Exchange infrastructure and services.

Experience in deploying custom Exchange features, service packs and solutions, performance/ capacity management of Exchange Servers.

Good understanding and troubleshooting skills on Mail flow architecture in Exchange 2013.

Good experience in Exchange 2013 in high availability and disaster recovery

Upgrade and troubleshoot Windows hardware and Operating software issues.

Knowledge in Active directory, DNS, DHCP and related components is a must

Ready to support during Non office hours

Certifications : MCSE certified


Job Posted By

O.P. Chawla
Director