LPIC-3 300: Mixed Environment

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LPIC-3 300: Mixed Environment Certification equips IT professionals with advanced skills to manage heterogeneous networks, covering system administration, data sharing, scripting, disaster recovery, and troubleshooting. Build an integrated Linux/Windows environment for a secure and resilient enterprise infrastructure

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LPIC-3 300: Mixed Environment


The LPIC-3 300: Mixed Environment certification course is designed for IT professionals seeking advanced system administration skills in heterogeneous networks, specifically focusing on Linux and Windows systems. Covering a wide range of topics including system architecture, data sharing, scripting, disaster recovery, troubleshooting, and security, the course aims to provide in-depth knowledge of physical and virtual networking components in mixed enterprise environments.


By the end of this course, leaner will be able to:

  • Acquire advanced system administration skills in Linux and Windows environments.
  • Gain expertise in managing multi-level networks, data sharing, scripting, disaster recovery, troubleshooting, and security.
  • Understand physical and virtual networking components in mixed enterprise environments.
  • Develop skills in system design principles, web access, and communications in mixed-environment networks.
  • Implement systems management solutions, including backup, policy enforcement, and monitoring.
  • Develop problem-solving skills related to mixed-environment network troubleshooting and financial assessment.


  • LPIC-2 or Linux+ certification.
  • Knowledge of network and Internet technologies.
  • Experience in advanced Linux system administration techniques.
  • Familiarity with open source software.
  • Working knowledge of system security.
  • Understanding of high availability techniques.
  • Basic scripting and programming skills.

Course Outline

Module 1: Basic Administration for Linux and Windows Systems2023-12-21T20:31:00+05:30
  • Managing user accounts, permissions, and services.
  • System maintenance and troubleshooting.
Module 2: System Architecture2023-12-21T20:32:37+05:30
  • Understanding and configuring mixed Linux/Unix/Windows workstations.
  • Customization and security measures.
Module 3: Managing Multi-Level Networks2023-12-21T20:33:50+05:30
  • Design principles of mixed-environment networks.
  • Web access and communication strategies
Module 4: Data Sharing2023-12-21T20:35:19+05:30
  • Setting up services for resource sharing between Linux and Windows environments.
  • Implementing effective data sharing solutions.
Module 5: Scripting and Automation2023-12-21T20:37:21+05:30
  • Developing and implementing scripts for system management.
  • Automation techniques for mixed environments.


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