CIT 215 Microsoft Networking V

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CIT 215



Microsoft Networking V


Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure


Semester: Spring 2011

Instructor:

Cathy Valdez

Office:

HTC 131

Office Hours:

Tues. 9
-
11, Wed. 9
-
11, Thurs. 9
-
10

Phone:

775
-
753
-
2288

E
-
mail:

catherinev(a)gwmail.gbcnv.edu

Credits: 4

Instructor accepts email, phone calls, or appointments. I will return e
-
mails within 24 hours. Please feel free to
contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.



Textbooks
:
70
-
643 Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure
, Micr
osoft Official Academic Course.

ISBN
:
978
-
0
-
470
-
87505
-
6

.

Go to schedule online and find CIT 215, click on Details link, and then the View Textbooks
link. Books are available at the college bookstore or Search using the
title

or ISBN number at various discounters / used
book dealers.

SYLLABUS

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

Various topics in networking using Microsoft products aimed at the
less common MCSE electives. Unlimited repeatability. (Formerly CIT 215, MCSE Elective)
Prerequisite
: CIT 21
2

or instructor's approval.

Welcome to CIT 215 Microsoft Networking V;

Windows Server 2008 Applications
Infrastructure
. This
course is f
or students training to become

information technology (IT) professionals in system and
network architect.
This c
ourse will prepare you
to
analyze an organization and its technical
requirements to create an appropriate
Applications Infrastructure
,

and
application server
services
design within the context of the Windows Server

2008

environment. You will

be

shown how to
examine existing designs and recommend solutions to improve the availability, security, and
perf
ormance of
an

application server.

You will study and practice the process of
d
eploying an
a
pplication
s
erver, using
w
indows
d
eployment
s
ervice, se
tup and
analyz
e an
a
pplication
s
erver

network infrastruc
ture
, deploy a file
s
erver
and related objects

by

selecting appropriate
DFS
c
onfigurations
, establish

print and fax servers, deploy

IIS
s
ervices while establishing security , create a
FTP site,
d
epl
oy
w
eb
a
pplications, use
t
erminal
s
ervices while configuring
t
erminal
service

c
lients,

and other services required by a fully functional network. You will also learn to evaluate security needs
and
learn
how to implement them,
SSL
s
ecurity,
w
ebsite authentication and
p
ermissions
,
plus

more.
This class will conclude with

each
successful
student creating

a hypothetical organization's
a
pplication
s
erver
and network infrastructure design using

server applications supplied by the instructor
.

The we
ekly chapter readings, links to supplemental readings, and the most significant assignments are
listed in the schedule below. Assignments are due the week after they have been assigned. Additional
assignments may be given from time to time depending on cla
ss progress with due dates noted when
the assignments are given. To complete assignments students may need to use the Remote Access Lab
maintained by GBC's COT Dept.

As an Internet based class, there are no traditional lectures, discussions, or labs. Furth
ermore, you are
expected to keep up with the weekly chapter reading assignments from the book. In lieu of lectures I
will create various posts and link supplementary materials in the schedule below which you are also
expected to review each week. Instead o
f classroom discussions you will be expected to post your own
college quality written comments on one topic related to the class readings each week as well as
respond to your fellow students' comments. To help you with ideas for posts you may consult the
t
extbook, lab
man
u
al
, or my posts on each week's material. I will read and assess your posts as well as
comment on them if necessary for clarification purposes.

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION:

This class is sometimes taught live and at other times via the
Internet u
sing GBC's WebCampus system. You are expected to participate in the weekly discussions
(whether live or on
-
line), the various assignments, the exams, and other class activities.

I can be reached via WebCampus

at the phone number listed above,
or

you can m
ake an appointment
to see me. My office hours are posted
above and
on my office door
. Th
e schedule of readings,
assignments, homework, and tests can be found below. Additional assignments will be given in the
class discussions or through postings on this
class's WebCampus site.


MAJOR OBJECTIVES OF THIS CLASS

The primary objective of this class is to provide students with an advanced level understanding of
Windows Server 2008 Application Infrastructure Configuration,

and network infrastructure as applied
to business systems. In doing so, we will cover network design issues of
w
indows
d
eployment
s
ervices,
DFS replication, FTP server, SSL
s
ecurity, configure
w
eb site authentication and permissions, SMTP,
t
erminal
s
ervic
es,
and more. Some of the more significant topics to be covered in this class include:


LEARNING OUTCOMES

The successful student in this class will be able to:

1.

Install windows deployment services
;

2.

configure storage
;

3.

create an FTP site, and configure site

properties
;

4.

configure

authentication methods (assign special NTFS permissions, &
configure certificates)

of a network;

5.

add an application to a site, and appropriately configure SMTP
settings
;

6.

monitor terminals server loads, while using appropriate
Network Level
Authentication, use Remote App, configure RDC options, and deploy
a TS gateway server
;

7.

install streaming media services, sharepoint services, and use digital
r
ights
m
anagement
;

8.

design a
terminal server farm and use virtualization
.



Learner Outcome Measurements

Measurement Method

Learner Outcomes

Class Discussion

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Labs

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Qui
z
zes

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8


CLASS POLICIES & PROCEDURES

GRADING POLICY:

This is a letter grade class an A=90
-
100%, B=80
-
89%, C=70
-
79%, D=60
-
69%,
F=59% or less or W=Official Withdrawal if done before the withdrawal deadline. There is no curve in
this grading scale. Your grade will be based 30% on assignments,
1
0% on participat
ion,
60% on mid
-
term exam,
and final exam. All assignments are due by the beginning of the next class unless otherwise
indicated by the instructor when they are assigned.

EXAM & QUIZ PROCEDURES:

All exams and quizzes will be objective, e.g. true/false, mul
tiple
choices
, fill
-
in the blank, etc, and will be conducted using GBC's web based learning system.

ATTENDANCE POLICY:

The instructor must agree in advance to any excused absences unless
there are strong extenuating circumstances. Three (3) unexcused absen
ces can result in a failing grade,
in an on
-
line class an absence is one week when you do not participate in class or contact the instructor.

OTHER POLICIES:

The
student rights & responsibilitie
s policy

stated in the
current GBC Catalog

apply to this class. If you need special accommodations please contact GBC's ADA Officer at 775
-
753
-
2271 as soon as possible. Plagiarism and other forms of academic di
shonesty will not be tolerated and
can result in a failing grade. This syllabus is not a contract and is subject to reasonable changes as the
class proceeds.







COURSE SCHEDULE

You should have read and be prepared to discuss each week's topics by the
beginning of class. We will
have significant hands on experiences with many lessons.

Readings, topics, major assignments, & quizzes/exams by week:

(Please note: the following schedule is subject to change based on class progress)

Week 1:

Class introduction

Cover Access to Microsoft Online Labs


Week 2:

Lesson
1

Deploying an Application Server

Lab 1

Week 3:

Lesson
2

Deploying a File Server

Lab 2

Week 4:

Lesson

3

Using the File Services Role

Lab 3

Week 5:

Lesson

4

Deploying Print and
Fax Servers

Lab 4

Week 6:

Lesson
5

Deploying IIS Services

Lab 5

Week 7:

Lesson 6

Securing IIS Services

Lab 6

Week 8:

Mid
-
Term

Available on WebCampus


Week 9:

Lesson

7

Deploying Web Applications

Lab 7

Week 10:

Lesson

8

Using Terminal Services

Lab 8

Week 11:

Lesson

9

Configuring Terminal Services Clients

Lab 9

Week 12:


Lesson 10

Using Terminal Services Gateway

Lab 10

Week 13:


Lesson 11

Using Network Application Services

Lab 11

Week 14:


Lesson 12

Using High Availability Technologies

Lab 12

Week
15:

Lesson 13

Develop an

Application Server



Week 16:


Final Exam

Available on WebCampus