ITN111 Server Operating System (Windows 2008)

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VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273



Revised
:
Fall

2013







ITN1
1
1

Server

Operating System (Windows
2008
)


COURSE OUTLINE


Prerequisites:


ITN109


Course Description
:


Covers basic instruction in various network protocols, name resolution
services, remote access,
security, and print installation, configuration,
administration, monitoring, and troubleshooting of Server Administration
software

(
Server 2008 R2
) in an Active Directory domain environment. Maps
to Microsoft test 70
-
646.



Seme
ster Credits:

3

Lecture
Hours:

3

Lab/Recitation
Hours:

Select Hours






VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273



ITN11
1 Server

Operating System (Windows
2008
)


Course
Outcomes


At the completion of this course, the student should be able to:


This hands
-
on course is designed to prepare you for the challenges you will face as a
Microsoft networking professional.
Lectures, tests and exercises reinforce skills as they
are learned. Specific topic coverage includes: Introduction to Windows Server 2008,
Managing Hardware Devices, Creating and Managing Users, Implementing and
Managing Groups, Managing Access to Files, M
anaging Disk and Data Storage,
Advanced File System Management, Implementing and Managing Printing,
Implementing and Using Group Policies, Administering a Server, Monitoring Server
Performance, Managing and Implementing Backups and Disaster Recovery,
Admin
istering Web Resources, and Security Basics for Windows Server 2008. Late
assignments are not allowed.


Students will learn to:



Install Windows Server 2008 on a PC that meets at least minimum
requirements.



Install and configure Active Directory Services.



I
mplementing DHCP and DNS services



Designing an Active Directory Infrastructure



Implementing and deploying Application Server and Terminal Servers.



Gaining an appreciation for Virtualization techniques.



Install and configure print and fax services.



Grasping

the issue around Server Storage solutions.



Planning for High Availability of Windows Servers.



Planning server and network security



Securing infrastructure services



Managing and Monitoring servers



Server backup and restore



Manage user and group rights and
permissions on Windows Server 2008





VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273




ITN11
1 Server

Operating System (Windows
2008
)


Required Materials:


One required textbook


Textbook:


Required: 70
-
646: Windows Server 2008 Administrator with MOAC Labs Online
(without Lab Manual) (Microsoft Official Academic Course Series) ISBN
9780470875063, Publisher: Wiley; (December 10, 2008).


The following supplementary materials are available:



1.

Also
, students

must see the document entitled Course and Journal
requirements for additional details
. Th
is

stipulates that the students
must purchase a composition notebook and 3
-
ring binder.























VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273



ITN11
1 Server

Operating System (Windows
2008
)


Topical Description

(may contain timelines)
:


Weekly Schedule:


Week 1:


Installation and getting started

Introduce paper on new features in Server 2008

This document is on Blackboard


Week 2:


Review Paper New Features and Functions in Windows

Server 2008



Exam 1

on New Features paper, pages 1
-
17


Week 3:



Chapter 1 Server Deployments

Complete Binder tasks


End of chapter 1 questions


Lab 1 exercises

Complete Journal notebook tasks

Lecture notes


Study notes chapter 1

Take Chapter 1 Quiz


Week 4:


Chapter 2 Infrastructure Services

Complete Binder tasks


End of chapter 2 questions


Lab 2 exercises

Complete Journal notebook tasks


Lecture notes


Study notes chapter 2

Take Chapter 2 Quiz


Week 5:


Chapter 3 AD Deployment

Complete Journal noteb
ook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for


Chapter 3


Week 6:




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Exam 2

on Chapters 1,2,3 from textbook

Closed book, open Journals

Chapter 4 Application Services

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 4


Week 7:


Chapter 5 File and Print

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 5



Week 8:


Chapter 6 Storage Solutions

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 6

Exam 3

on Chapter 4,5,6 from textbook


Closed book, open Journals


Break:





Spring Break (no clas
ses)


Week 9:




Midterm prep and catch
-
up time

Midterm Exam Chapter 1
-
6



Closed book, open Journals



Week 10:


Chapter 7 High Availability

Complete Binder tasks


End of chapter 7 questions


Lab 7 exercises

Complete Journal tasks


Lecture notes


Study
notes chapter 7

Take Chapter 7 Quiz


Week 11:


Chapter 8 Server and Network Security


Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 8




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-
857
-
7273



Week 12:


Chapter 9 Infrastructure Services

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 9

Exam 4

on Chapter 7,8,9 from textbook


Closed book, open Journals


Week 13:


Chapter 10 Managing Servers

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 10


Week 14:


Chapter 11 Monitoring Servers

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter
11


Week 15



Chapter 12 Backing up

Complete Journal notebook
-
binder/Quiz tasks for

Chapter 12

Exam 5

on Chapter 10,11,12 from textbook


Closed book, open Journals






VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273



ITN11
1

Server

Operating System (Windows
2008
)


Notes to Instructors

(List information about optional topics, departmental exams, etc)


1.

All instructors are to use the same textbook


2.

All course sections
are to follow the same basic course outline



3.

All
hybrid sections must allow for students to complete the labs during regu
lar
class time


4.

Lectures must be made available for asynchronous viewing by students taking
this class in a non
-
traditional manner.