CCIS2150 Windows Admin 2

This is the second of three courses in network administration using the latest two versions of Windows server operating systems. This course will employ the use of both server and workstation level computers to simulate the configuration of a business class network environment focusing mostly on user management through directory services and file server tier application services. Topics include working in active directory environments, printing, user account management, security management, Internet Protocol-address management, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), terminal services, and Domain Name System (DNS) services. The course will also utilize virtualization software to simulate client workstations.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

CCIS1110

Course Requirements and Evaluation

Refer to Course Syllabus for detailed information regarding the requirements and evaluation standards for this course. The Course Syllabus will be distributed the first week of the course.

Learning Outcomes

The following outcomes will be addressed in the course:
Install the latest two versions of Windows server operating systems
Ensure correct driver configuration on servers
Upgrade standalone servers to roles of domain controllers using Active Directory
Manage directory based user accounts
Employ various user local and global security group memberships
Compare peer-to-peer networking security to that available using directory services
Follow current "best practices" for configuring users access permissions
Implement security policies administrated on the domain, organizational unit, and local computer levels
Adhere to currently accepted formats in handling user passwords in a secure environment
Set up network printer access for clients
Delegate a DHCP server for your network group
Adjust DNS and Internet Protocol settings to access the campus network and the Internet

Text and References

A list of textbooks required for this course is available at the bookstore.

Course Scheduling

The scheduled hours of instruction include sixteen hours for each lecture credit, thirty two hours for each lab credit and forty hours for each credit of supervised occupational experience (SOE). Lecture credit may include formal or impromptu lectures, demonstrations or discussions with the entire class or with small groups or individuals. Refer to the Credit Details section of this course outline for the credit breakdown.

Accommodations Statement

Disability Services assists students with disabilities who need accommodations to access programs, services and college activities.  If this applies to you, please contact the DS Office on your campus to initiate the accommodations process. 
Brooklyn Park Campus - 763-488-2477
Eden Prairie Campus – 952-995-1544

Campus

Brooklyn Park Campus Eden Prairie Campus 952-995-1300

Credit Details

lecture:

4