MCSE

Experts decide on the relevant hardware and software based on the policies and requirements of their clients. They will help in administering and maintaining technology infrastructure components.

Experts utilize incident management system of the organization to log and track all support tasks. They maintain precise records of hardware and software of their organization. Experts may be roped in for assisting in obtaining software and hardware.

Prospects for MCSE Desktop Infrastructure
Computer professionals with an MCSE designation can take up positions, such as network and computer systems administrator, database administrator, and information security analyst, among others.

Job opportunities for the network and computer systems administrators are estimated to grow six percent during the 2016-2026 period, says the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Educational Qualifications and Other Requirements
In order to be eligible to enroll in MCSE Desktop Infrastructure, candidates need to have passed a Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification in a related discipline and have two or more years of experience in working with Microsoft Windows servers. 

MCSEs may require at least an associate degree in computer science, engineering or a related discipline.

Most organizations prefer MCSEs to have A+ certification from CompTIA or an equivalent. If they have had experience in setting up Virtual Private Network (VPN), it will prove beneficial.

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Salary
The average salary of an MCSE - Systems Administrator in the United States is $68,477 per year, while freelancers can command $30.72 per hour, according to payscale.com.