Citrix course materials are only available to delegates in e-courseware format. Delegates will be provided with instructions on how to access their e-courseware on day one of the event. Those delegates who are attending via either virtual or extended classroom will be required to provide either three monitors (to view courseware, labs and instructor demos simultaneously) or two monitors and a mobile device. Delegates will be required to have an active TCC (Training.Citrix.com) account in order to access course materials and labs.
Please set up Your TCC account up in advance of the course using the following link:
Please note: It is highly recommended that the delegate uses a personal email address (rather than company email) to set up their TCC account. If you do not wish to reference your company name when setting up your TCC account we recommend you use 'EDUCALC' as reference.
Should you encounter any issues in setting up your TCC account please ensure that you raise this directly with Citrix in advance of your event by visiting http://training.citrix.com then on the home page click, Help, then select Classroom Support, and submit a Critical or High priority request notifying Citrix of the course start date.
Citrix recommends that students bring a mobile device (iPhone, Android or Windows device) to complete device enrollment and Work-related exercises. This device should not be enrolled in another MDM solution, or would need to be un-enrolled in order to use it to complete the mobile device-specific class exercises.
Citrix recommends students prepare for this course by gaining a basic understanding of the following concepts and technologies:
Systems administration - primarily Windows
Networking - IP addressing
Subnetting and VPNs
OSI Layers (including protocols: TCP/IP, SMTP, POP3)
Web-based technologies - Web Services and .Net
IT security standards - FIPS 140-2, PKI, SSL, SAML
Technical components of an enterprise IT infrastructure, including Active Directory, Microsoft SQL Server, IIS, Firewalls and virtualization
Networking and support challenges for wireless applications