This course covers all the objectives of the RHCE exam according to the latest exam schedule on the Red Hat official website and explains the activities in detail step by step, especially the activities related to user and host access for various services.
The assignments explained mimic the real RHCE exam questions, but they are not real exam questions. You can pass the RHCE exam the first time if all covered objectives are well understood and if you practice well before taking the exam.
Recently, Red Hat recently announced that the exam will be conducted on the Red Hat 7 (RHEL 7) version. No pre-7.0 minor version information is provided. I used server and client machines on CentOS 7.0 which is exactly the same as Red Hat 7.0. An additional computer client2 is mainly used for testing purposes and resides on the CentOS7.4 platform. This machine explains the differences between 7.0 and 7.4 (or 7.5) from the perspective of the RHCE exam.
It doesn’t matter which minor version the check is performed on, if you know the differences for the nmcli interface and NFS Secure (NFS Kerberos protection) between 7.0 and later versions 7.4, 7.5 and 7.6.
I would suggest practicing using a computer running CentOS 7.0 (or Red Hat 7.0) and other computers with later versions such as 7.6 for the exam.
THE PDF FILES EXPLAINING ALL THE STEPS FOR THE VARIOUS TASKS ARE UPDATED IN THE APPROPRIATE SECTION. THESE FILES WILL BE VERY USEFUL DURING AND SAVE TIME.
Note: An additional chapter explaining the installation of LDAP, Kerberos, Integrated DNS Server (with FREE IPA Server Solution) is included to help prepare the lab set for the exam.
Who is this course for:
People who want to pass the RHCE certification