The CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) exam focuses on the essential IT skills and knowledge needed to perform tasks commonly performed by IT professionals.
By completing the lab tasks, you will improve your practical skills such as installing software, establishing basic network connectivity, gain knowledge around security risks and troubleshooting.
These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required for CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) certification exams.
CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) is an entry-level certificate aimed at those seeking to enter into the IT industry. This Practice Lab focuses on the practical aspects of the CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) exam objectives. It is therefore advised to refer to your own course materials to gain a deeper understanding of any theoretical aspects of the exam objectives.
No prior hands-on experience is required to use or complete this Practice Lab, however we have assumed that you are familiar with basic networking concepts and technologies.
Manage Operating System Tools
Run Linux from a Live CD
Configure Mobile Devices
Manage File System Security
Configure Network-based Anti-Malware
Manage Operating System Updates
Multifactor Authentication and Run As
Manage Backup and Restore
Manage User Authentication with RADIUS
Working with Basic HTML Tags
Fundamentals of Software Programming
Working with Primitive Data Types in Python
Converting Data Types in Python
Core Database Concepts
Social Engineering Reconnaissance
Install Productivity Software
Working with Business Software - Desktop Publishing and PDF Creator
Manage Application Delivery Methods
Troubleshoot Network Connectivity Issues
Troubleshoot Windows Operating System Errors
Manage Web Browser Settings Part 1
Manage Web Browser Settings Part 2
Managing Units of Measure - Disks, Network Throughput and Processor
Implement Device Security with Anti-Malware Apps
Implement Device Security with Host-Based Firewall and Password Policy
Implement Device Security with Signed Software, Trusted Sites and Application Control (edited)