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TOURO COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS

NEW YORK SCHOOL OF CAREER AND APPLIED STUDIES

DEPARTMENT:

Computer Science

COURSE TITLE:

Advanced Local Area Networks/Lab

COURSE NUMBER:

GCO 355/236

PREREQUISITES:

GCO 354/234

CREDIT HOURS:

4

DEVELOPER:

Albert Bina, Arkadiy In
oyatov

LAST UPDATE:

January 28, 2004

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will introduce students to Microsoft Windows 2000 Server through lectures,
demonstrations, discussions, and hands
-
on labs. Students will perform an attended and an
unattended installation
of Windows 2000 Server, and will learn about the various file systems
supported by Windows 2000. They will learn how to install and administer Active Directory
services and how to manage Active Directory objects. Students will use Microsoft Management
Cons
ole to monitor system performance, to administer Internet Information Services, and to
administer user accounts, group accounts, and group policies. They will learn how to administer
print services. They will learn how to install and administer network pro
tocols and services such
as virtual private networking, Routing and Remote Access Service, DHCP, WINS, and DNS.
Students will learn how to back up data, implement disaster protection, and recover from a
disaster.

COURSE/DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES

Upon success
ful completion of this course, the student will have learned to



Prepare for the installation of Windows 2000 Server. Perform an attended installation and an
unattended installation of Windows 2000 Server.



Identify the various types of Windows 2000 file sys
tems and their components, and perform
common disk management tasks.



Configure NTFS security and configure security for shared folders. Create Dfs roots and
links.



Configure a Windows 2000 Server computer as a domain controller. Install and configure
Acti
ve Directory services, and administer Active Directory objects.



Create and administer various types of user accounts and group accounts. Administer group
policies, and manage group policy objects.



Implement and administer network printing, manage documents
, and administer printers from
a Web browser.


2



Identify network protocols and services supported by Windows 2000 Server. Configure
TCP/IP, DHCP, WINS, and DNS.



Enable and configure Routing and Remote Access Service, and configure a RAS connection.



Identify
the various components of Windows 2000 security, and analyze security on a
computer running Windows 2000 Server. Configure Certificate Services and file encryption.



Manage hardware devices and their drivers. Configure UPS. Back up and restore data,
impleme
nt disk disaster protection, and recover from a disaster.



Monitor and optimize the performance of your hard disk. Monitor system performance.
Install the SNMP service.



Administer Internet Information Services. Configure Telnet services. Install and configu
re
Terminal Services and Terminal Services licensing.

COURSE/INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES

This course is intended to introduce students to
advanced operating system

administration and
management skills

needed to function effectively and be employable
in networ
king environment
.
Enhanc
ement of students’ operating system administration and management

skills is an
institutional goal that this course is designed to fulfill.

COURSE CONTENT

Lesson

Date

Topics Covered

1


Overview of Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Director
y Services,
Operating System Architecture

2


Troubleshooting a W
indows 2000 Server Installation,
Installing
Windows 2000 Server
,
Upgrading to Windows 2000 Server
,
Preparing to Install Windows 2000 Server

3


Preparing for an Unattended Installation of Win
dows 2000 Server
,
Automating the Installation of Windows 2000 Server
,
Automating
the Installation of Server Applications

4


Disk Management Basics, File Allocation Table (FAT), NT File
System (NTFS), File System Security

5


Distributed File System
,
File
Replication Service

6


Overview of Active Directory Services
,
Planning Active Directory
Implementation
,
Implementing Active Directory Services
,
Administering Active Directory Services

7


Using the Microsoft Management Console
,
Administering User
Accounts
,
Administering Group Accounts
,
Administering Group
Policies


3

8


Introduction to Windows 2000 Printing
,
Setting Up Network
Printers
,
Administering Network Printers
,
Printing and Active
Directory Services
,
Connecting to Network Printers


Midterm Exam

9


Ne
twork Protocols
,
TCP/IP
,
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Service
,
Windows Internet Naming Service
,
Domain Name System

10


Introduction to the Routing and Remote Service
,
Features of the
Routing and Remote Service
,
Remote Access
,
Virtual Private
Networ
ks
,
RRAS Tools

11


Public Key Infrastructure
,
Public Key Technologies
,
The Kerberos
Protocol in Windows 2000
,
Security Configuration Tools
,
Microsoft Windows 2000 Auditing

12


Managing Hardware Devices and Drives
,
Backing Up Data
,
Implementing Disaster P
rotection
,
Recovering from a Disaster

13


Disk Monitoring and Optimization
,
Simple Network Management
Protocol Service
,
Performance Console
,
Network Monitor
,
Task
Manager

14


Exploring Microsoft IIS 5.0 Features
,
Administering a Web
Environment
,
Configur
ing and Running Telnet Services
,
Installing
and Configuring Terminal Services

15


Final Exam

HARDWARE/SOFTWARE/MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS:

All hardware must be on the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Hardware Compatibility List
(HCL).



Pentium 166 or greater



128

MB RAM minimum, 256 MB RAM recommended



4.5 GB hard disk minimum (preferably on one physical drive)



CD
-
ROM drive



Mouse



Network adapter card



VGA display adapter and monitor (SVGA display adapter and monitor capable of
displaying 256 colors recommended)

All
required software listed below is available on the
ALS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
Student CD.



Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer and Microsoft Word Viewer are also on the Instructor CD.


4



Microsoft Windows 2000 Server



Microsoft PowerPoint or Microsoft PowerPo
int Viewer



Microsoft Word or Microsoft Word Viewer


COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Lab exercises

Homework assignments

Midterm exam

Final exam

GRADING GUIDELINES

Grades will be based on the lab exercises and homework assignments, midterm and final
examinations. These

will be weighted as follows:


Lab exercises



17%

Homework assignments



17%

Midterm exam



33%

Final exam



33%

METHODOLOGY

Each session will integrate lecture, computer lab assignment and exercise. Students are
encouraged to help each other on the lab a
nd exercise assignments but they cannot simply copy
from each other. Computer lab, class exercise and homework assignments will be sequenced
from simple to more complex and will be varied and appropriate to the level and ability of the
class.

COURSE TEXT(S
)

Title:

ALS
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

Author:

Microsoft

Pub. Date:

July 2000

Publisher:

Microsoft Press

ISBN #:

0
-
7356
-
0988
-
8

Title:

ALS
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Lab Manual

Author:

Microsoft

Pub. Date:

July 2000

Publisher:

Microsoft Press

ISB
N #:

0
-
7356
-
0988
-
8

BIBLIOGRAPHY


5

Title:

Guide to
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

Author:

Michael J. Palmer

Pub. Date:

May 2000

Publisher:

Course Technology

ISBN #:

0
-
619
-
01517
-
9

RELATED WEB SITES

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/server/help/

ENTRANC
E COMPETENCIES

The students are expected to b
e computer literate (Microsoft W
indows, Internet, and Blackboard
6 environments
) and to be familiar with basic operating system administration
skills as well as
high school level mathematics.

COURSE EXPECTATIONS

Students are expected to get knowledge of some advanced
operating system

concepts a
s well as
the ability to administer and manage operating system in networking environment.

EXIT COMPETENCIES

Students will demonstrate knowledge of advanced
operating syste
m administration and
management.

1


TOURO COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE

NEW

YORK SCHOOL OF CAREER AND APPLIED STUDIES


DEPARTMENT:

Computer Science

COURSE TITLE:

Advanced Local Area Networks/Lab

COURSE NUMBER:

GCO 355/236

PREREQUISITES:

GCO 354/234

CREDIT HOURS:

4

SEMESTER :

Spring 2004


CLASS INFORMATION

CLASS CODE:

[Put in FULL CLASS CODE
-

ex. MCO 140 BB]

SCHEDULE:


[Put in DAY & TIME class meets:
-

ex. Tues. 9
-
12 AM]

LOCATION:


[Put in SITE & ROOM of class
-

ex. Ave. J Campus, Rm 301 ]

FINAL EXAM DATE:

[Put in DATE & TIME of final exam
-

ex. Jan. 23, 2003
-

9
-
12 AM ]

INSTRUCTOR CONTACT INFORMATION

Instructor Name:

[P
ut in INSTRUCTOR NAME]

Email Address:

[Put in INSTRUCTOR email.]


Contact Phone:

[Put in INSTRUCTOR contact/dept phone here.]


Office Location/Hours:

[Put in INSTRUCTOR office hours.]


COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will introduce students to Microsoft Windows 2000 Server through lectures,
demonstrations, discussions, and hands
-
on labs. Students will perform an attended and an
unattended installation
of Windows 2000 Server, and will learn about the various file systems
supported by Windows 2000. They will learn how to install and administer Active Directory
services and how to manage Active Directory objects. Students will use Microsoft Management
Cons
ole to monitor system performance, to administer Internet Information Services, and to
administer user accounts, group accounts, and group policies. They will learn how to administer
print services. They will learn how to install and administer network pro
tocols and services such
as virtual private networking, Routing and Remote Access Service, DHCP, WINS, and DNS.
Students will learn how to back up data, implement disaster protection, and recover from a
disaster.

COURSE/DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES



2

Upon success
ful completion of this course, the student will have learned to



Prepare for the installation of Windows 2000 Server. Perform an attended installation and an
unattended installation of Windows 2000 Server.



Identify the various types of Windows 2000 file sys
tems and their components, and perform
common disk management tasks.



Configure NTFS security and configure security for shared folders. Create Dfs roots and
links.



Configure a Windows 2000 Server computer as a domain controller. Install and configure
Acti
ve Directory services, and administer Active Directory objects.



Create and administer various types of user accounts and group accounts. Administer group
policies, and manage group policy objects.



Implement and administer network printing, manage documents
, and administer printers from
a Web browser.



Identify network protocols and services supported by Windows 2000 Server. Configure
TCP/IP, DHCP, WINS, and DNS.



Enable and configure Routing and Remote Access Service, and configure a RAS connection.



Identify
the various components of Windows 2000 security, and analyze security on a
computer running Windows 2000 Server. Configure Certificate Services and file encryption.



Manage hardware devices and their drivers. Configure UPS. Back up and restore data,
impleme
nt disk disaster protection, and recover from a disaster.



Monitor and optimize the performance of your hard disk. Monitor system performance.
Install the SNMP service.



Administer Internet Information Services. Configure Telnet services. Install and configu
re
Terminal Services and Terminal Services licensing.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Lab exercises

Homework assignments

Midterm exam

Final exam

GRADING GUIDELINES

GRADING GUIDELINES

Grades will be based on the lab exercises and homework assignments, midterm and final
examinations. T
hese will be weighted as follows:


Lab exercises



17%

Homework assignments



17%

Midterm exam



33%

Final exam



33%


3


COURSE TEXT(S
)

Title:

ALS
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

Author:

Microsoft

Pub. Date:

July 2000

Publisher:

Microsoft Press

ISBN #:

0
-
7356
-
0988
-
8

Title:

ALS
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Lab Manual

Author:

Microsoft

Pub. Date:

July 2000

Publisher:

Microsoft Press

ISB
N #:

0
-
7356
-
0988
-
8

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Title:

Guide to
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

Author:

Michael J. Palmer

Pub. Date:

May 2000

Publisher:

Course Technology

ISBN #:

0
-
619
-
01517
-
9

RELATED WEB SITES

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/server/help/

COURSE CONTENT

Lesson

Date

Topics Covered

1


Overview of Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Directory Services,
Operat
ing System Architecture

2


Troubleshooting a W
indows 2000 Server Installation,
Installing
Windows 2000 Server
,
Upgrading to Windows 2000 Server
,
Preparing to Install Windows 2000 Server


3


Preparing for an Unattended Installation of Windows 2000 Server
,

Automating the Installation of Windows 2000 Server
,
Automating
the Installation of Server Applications


4

4


Disk Management Basics, File Allocation Table (FAT), NT File
System (NTFS), File System Security


5


Distributed File System
,
File Replication Serv
ice

6


Overview of Active Directory Services
,
Planning Active Directory
Implementation
,
Implementing Active Directory Services
,
Administering Active Directory Services

7


Using the Microsoft Management Console
,
Administering User
Accounts
,
Administering
Group Accounts
,
Administering Group
Policies

8


Introduction to Windows 2000 Printing
,
Setting Up Network
Printers
,
Administering Network Printers
,
Printing and Active
Directory Services
,
Connecting to Network Printers


Midterm Exam

9


Network Protocols
,

TCP/IP
,
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Service
,
Windows Internet Naming Service
,
Domain Name System

10


Introduction to the Routing and Remote Service
,
Features of the
Routing and Remote Service
,
Remote Access
,
Virtual Private
Networks
,
RRAS Tools

11


Public Key Infrastructure
,
Public Key Technologies
,
The Kerberos
Protocol in Windows 2000
,
Security Configuration Tools
,
Microsoft Windows 2000 Auditing

12


Managing Hardware Devices and Drives
,
Backing Up Data
,
Implementing Disaster Protection
,
Recov
ering from a Disaster

13


Disk Monitoring and Optimization
,
Simple Network Management
Protocol Service
,
Performance Console
,
Network Monitor
,
Task
Manager

14


Exploring Microsoft IIS 5.0 Features
,
Administering a Web
Environment
,
Configuring and Running
Telnet Services
,
Installing
and Configuring Terminal Services

15


Final Exam

ATTENDANCE & MAKE
-
UP POLICIES

All classes must meet on time throughout the course.


5

Make arrangements

to make up the class.

HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

Students must complete all assign
ed lab projects and homework assignments.

ENTRANC
E COMPETENCIES

The students are expected to b
e computer literate (Microsoft W
indows, Internet, and Blackboard
6 environments
) and to be familiar with basic operating system administration
skills as well as
high school level mathematics.

COURSE EXPECTATIONS

Students are expected to get knowledge of some advanced
operating system

concepts a
s well as
the ability to administer and manage operating system in networking environment.

EXIT COMPETENCIES

Students will demonstrate knowledge of advanced
operating syste
m administration and
management.