Western Technical College IT-601 MCITP

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Western Technical College
IT
-
601

MCITP




Day:

1

Topic
:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide
/
Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/informatio
n that will
be learned.)



Understanding Windows 7 System Requirements



Running Windows 7 Update Advisor

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil
/Pen



Computer Work
Station
/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint

for Chapter

1
will be presented

Homework for Chapter
1
will be ass
igned

Verification


Have students discuss:

Changes in the user interface from Windows XP to Windows 7

Aero Manipulation Features

Navigating through Windows 7 using keystroke shortcuts, Windows Explorer and Windows
Search.

Identification of upgrade path f
or Windows 7

Windows Modular Architecture


Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Confi
guration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Performing a clean installation

of
Windows 7

Summary


Introduce students to the new features and capabilities of Windows 7, providing basic explanations. A general
introductory lecture wher
e as

many of these subjects are covered in depth within later lessons.








Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

2

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 7
0
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Understanding Windows 7 System Requirements



Running Windows 7 Update Advisor

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Informatio
n

Lab work from Chapter 1 of Lab Book will be covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 1 Review

Chapter 1 Quiz will be administered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Changes in the user interface from Windows XP to Win
dows 7

Aero Manipulation Features

Navigating through Windows 7 using keystroke shortcuts, Windows Explorer and Windows
Search.

Identification of upgrade path for Windows 7

Windows Modular Architecture



Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Acad
emic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 1.1 Running Upgrade Ad
visor

Exercise 1.2 Upgrading Windows Vista to Windows 7

Case Scenario 1
-
1

Case Scenario 1
-
2

Summary


Introduce students to the new features and capabilities of Windows 7, providing basic explanations. A general
introductory lecture where as

many of thes
e subjects are covered in depth within later lessons.






Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

3

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teache
r Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Select the appropriate installation option



Perform a clean installation of Windows 7



Migrate user files and settings to Windows 7



Perform an upgrade to Windows 7



Upgrade
Windows 7 editions



Create a dual boot installation

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint for Chapter
2

will be presented

Homework for Chapter 2

will be assigned

Lab work from Chapter 2 of Lab Book will be c
overed

Verification


Have students discuss:

Application Support for existing programs before installing or upgrading to Windows 7

Different Versions of Windows 7 and which should be installed

Upgrading versus Clean Install

Single or Dual Boot?

Windows PE

and PE3.0.

Windows Easy Transfer

Migration and USMT (User State Migration Tool)


Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Aca
demic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 2.1 Creating User Profiles

Exercise 2.2 Installing Windows Easy Transfer on Windows Vista

Exercise 2.3 Collecting User Profile Data

Exercise
2.4 Importing User Profile Data


Summary


Windows 7 includes a new preinstallation environment called Windows PE.

In a clean installation, you boot from the Windows 7 Setup disk and create or select a blank partition where windows 7 will
reside.

It is

possible to migrate files and settings from an existing Windows installation to a newly installed Windows 7 Installation
using either Windows Easy Transfer or User State Migration Tool.

Windows 7 supports in
-
place upgrades only from Windows Vista or anoth
er Windows 7 Edition.

To perform an in
-
place upgrade, you must launch Windows 7 Setup program from within Windows Vista.

To upgrade from one Windows 7 edition to another you can use the Windows Anytime Upgrade tool found in the Windows 7
Control Panel.

A d
ual boot installation is one in which two operating systems are installed on a separate disk partition, providing access to
both at boot time.


Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

4

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new fe
atures and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Select the appropriate installation option



Perform a clean installation of Windows 7



M
igrate user files and settings to Windows 7



Perform an upgrade to Windows 7



Upgrade Windows 7 editions



Create a dual boot installation

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter 2

of Lab Book will be
covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 2 Review

Chapter 2 Quiz will be administered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Application Support for existing programs before installing or upgrading to Windows 7

Different Ve
rsions of Windows 7 and which should be installed

Upgrading versus Clean Install

Single or Dual Boot?

Windows PE and PE3.0.

Windows Easy Transfer

Migration and USMT (User State Migration Tool)


Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Cou
rse
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 2.5 Testing User Profiles

Lab
Challenge 2.1 Migrating User Profiles over the Network

Case Scenario 2
-
1

Case Scenario 2
-
2

Summary


Windows 7 includes a new preinstallation environment called Windows PE.

In a clean installation, you boot from the Windows 7 Setup disk and create or s
elect a blank partition where windows 7 will reside.

It is possible to migrate files and settings from an existing Windows installation to a newly installed Windows 7 Installatio
n using
either Windows Easy Transfer or User State Migration Tool.

Windows 7 s
upports in
-
place upgrades only from Windows Vista or another Windows 7 Edition.

To perform an in
-
place upgrade, you must launch Windows 7 Setup program from within Windows Vista.

To upgrade from one Windows 7 edition to another you can use the Windows Anyt
ime Upgrade tool found in the Windows 7 Control
Panel.

A dual boot installation is one in which two operating systems are installed on a separate disk partition, providing access t
o both at
boot time.


Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP


Day:

5

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(S
pecif y skills/inf ormation that will
be learned.)



Capture a system image



Prepare a system image for deployment



Deploy a system image

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint for Chapter

3

will be presented

Home
work for Chapter
3

will be assigned

Verification


Have students discuss:

Enterprise Deployment

Deployment tools

Windows 7 AIK

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010

ImageX.exe

Norton Ghost

PE Boot Disk and Answer Files

WDS and Modifying Images

Other Resource
s

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab



Summary


Workstation deployments steps include building a deployment share, performing a reference computer
installation, capturing an image of the reference computer, boot the target computers, and applying the Windows
7 reference computer image
.

Windows 7 AIK is designed to support OEM’s who typically deploy Windows 7 workstations in one of two ways:
Build
-
to
-
plan or Build
-
to
-
order.

MDT 2010 defines and supports 4 deployment scenarios: New Computer, Upgrade Computer, Replace
Computer, and Refres
h Computer.

Using Windows SIM utility, you can create answer files that automate the Windows 7 installation process

The task sequence is to MDT 2010 what an answer file is to Windows 7 AIK

With the DISM.exe
tool you can add device drivers, language packs,
and packaged updates to an offline image
file.



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

6

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Stu
dent Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Capture a system image



Prepare a system image for deployment



Deploy a system image

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter
3

of Lab Book will be covered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Enterprise Deployment

Deployment tools

Windows 7 AIK

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010

ImageX.exe

Norton Ghost

PE Boot Disk and Answer Files

WDS and Modifying Images

Other Resources

Cra
ig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 3
.1
Installing Windows 7 from a DVD

Exercise 3
.2
Joining a Workstation to a Domain

Exercise 4.1 Installing Windows 7 AIK

Exercise 4.2 Creating an Answer File

Summary


Workstation deployments steps include building a deployment share, perfo
rming a reference computer
installation, capturing an image of the reference computer, boot the target computers, and applying the Windows
7 reference computer image.

Windows 7 AIK is designed to support OEM’s who typically deploy Windows 7 workstations in

one of two ways:
Build
-
to
-
plan or Build
-
to
-
order.

MDT 2010 defines and supports 4 deployment scenarios: New Computer, Upgrade Computer, Replace
Computer, and Refresh Computer.

Using Windows SIM utility, you can create answer files that automate the Window
s 7 installation process

The task sequence is to MDT 2010 what an answer file is to Windows 7 AIK

With the DISM.exe tool you can add device drivers, language packs, and packaged updates to an offline image
file.




Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

7

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overvie
w & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Capture a syste
m image



Prepare a system image for deployment



Deploy a system image

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work


Verification


Have students discuss:

Enterprise Depl
oyment

Deployment tools

Windows 7 AIK

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010

ImageX.exe

Norton Ghost

PE Boot Disk and Answer Files

WDS and Modifying Images

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishi
ng
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 4.3 Creating a Windows PE Boot Disk

Exercise 4.4 Capturing an Image

Lab
Challenge 4.1 Creating a Capture Image

Case Scenario

3
-
1

Case Scenario 3
-
2

Summary


Workstation deployments steps include building a deployment share, performing a reference computer
installation, capturing an image of the reference computer, boot the t
arget computers, and applying the Windows
7 reference computer image.

Windows 7 AIK is designed to support OEM’s who typically deploy Windows 7 workstations in one of two ways:
Build
-
to
-
plan or Build
-
to
-
order.

MDT 2010 defines and supports 4 deployment sce
narios: New Computer, Upgrade Computer, Replace
Computer, and Refresh Computer.

Using Windows SIM utility, you can create answer files that automate the Windows 7 installation process

The task sequence is to MDT 2010 what an answer file is to Windows 7 AIK

With the DISM.exe tool you can add device drivers, language packs, and packaged updates to an offline image
file.




Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

8

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Ed
ucation Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Capture a system image



Prepare a system image for deployment



Deploy a system image

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil
/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Chapter 3 Review

Chapter 3 Quiz will be administered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Enterprise Deployment

Deployment tools

Windows 7 AIK

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010

ImageX.exe

Norton Ghost

PE Bo
ot Disk and Answer Files

WDS and Modifying Images

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows
7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 5.1 Using DISM.exe

Exercise 5.2 Installing Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010

Exercise 5.3 Creating Deployment Share

Exercise 5.4 Creating a Task Sequence

Exercise 5.5 Depl
oying an Image

Lab
Challenge 5.1 Configuring a multicast deployment

Summary


Workstation deployments steps include building a deployment share, performing a reference computer
installation, capturing an image of the reference computer, boot the target co
mputers, and applying the Windows
7 reference computer image.

Windows 7 AIK is designed to support OEM’s who typically deploy Windows 7 workstations in one of two ways:
Build
-
to
-
plan or Build
-
to
-
order.

MDT 2010 defines and supports 4 deployment scenarios:
New Computer, Upgrade Computer, Replace
Computer, and Refresh Computer.

Using Windows SIM utility, you can create answer files that automate the Windows 7 installation process

The task sequence is to MDT 2010 what an answer file is to Windows 7 AIK

With th
e DISM.exe tool you can add device drivers, language packs, and packaged updates to an offline image
file.


Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

9

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education St
andards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configuring a VHD



Configure Devices



Manage Disks

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Informati
on

PowerPoint for Chapter

4
will be presented

Homework for Chapter 4 will be assigned

Lab work from Chapter 4 of Lab Book will be covered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Partition Styles

and
Disk Types

Volume Types

File Systems

The Disk Management

Snap
-
in

Conversion of Basic Disks to Dynamic Disks and why

Extending and Shrinking Volumes

Spanned, Striped and Mirrored Volumes

Using Disk Tools

VHD Creation

Working with devices and drivers

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Cours
e
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 6.1 Creating a Basic Disk Partit
ion

Exercise 6.2 Extending a Basic Disk Partition

Exercise 6.3 Creating Additional Partitions

Exercise 6.4 Mounting a Volume


Summary


There are 2 hard disk partition styles that you can use in Windows 7: MBR and GPT

Windows 7 supports two disk types:

Basic Disks and Dynamic Disks

Basic Disks can have up to 4 partitions (3 primary and 1 extended)

Windows 7 supports 4 types of Dynamic Volumes: simple, spanned, striped, and mirrored

The VHD format defines a file that contains the entire contents of a har
d disk in a single, portable file that
administrators can use to move entire virtual machines from one host computer to another

Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate also include support for a feature called native boot



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCIT
P



Day:

10

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Ove
rview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configuring

a VHD



Configure Devices



Manage Disks

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter 4

of Lab Book will be covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 4

Review

Chapter 4 Quiz

will be administered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Partition Styles

and
Disk Types

Volume Types

File Systems

The Disk Management Snap
-
in

Conversion of Basic Disks to Dynamic Disks and why

Extending and Shrinking Volumes

Spanned, Striped and Mirro
red Volumes

Using Disk Tools

VHD Creation

Working with devices and drivers


Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic
Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 6.5 Working with Dynamic Disks

Lab Challenge 6.1 Working with VHD’s

Case Scenario 4
-
1

Summary


There are 2 hard disk partition styles that you can

use in Windows 7: MBR and GPT

Windows 7 supports two disk types: Basic Disks and Dynamic Disks

Basic Disks can have up to 4 partitions (3 primary and 1 extended)

Windows 7 supports 4 types of Dynamic Volumes: simple, spanned, striped, and mirrored

The VHD

format defines a file that contains the entire contents of a hard disk in a single, portable file that
administrators can use to move entire virtual machines from one host computer to another

Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate also include support for a fe
ature called native boot



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

11

T
opic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectiv
es

(Specif y skills/inf ormation that will
be learned.)



IT601 Written Midterm



IT601 Lab Midterm

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Chapters 1
-
4 Revi ew

IT 601

Mi dterm
wi l l be admi ni stered (
Mul ti pl e Choi ce and True/Fal s
e)

IT 601 Midterm Lab Exam will be administered (Competency)

Verification


Have students discuss:


Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Mic
rosoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Midterm Lab Exam will cover all material from Chapters 1
-
4

Summary








Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

12

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Wind
ows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configuring IPv4 network settin
gs



Configuring IPv6 network settings



Configuring networking settings

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint for Chapter

5
will be presented

Homework for Chapter 5 will be assigned

Lab work from Chapter 5 of

Lab Book wi l l be covered

Verification


Have students discuss:

The Open System Interconnection reference model (OSI)

Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP)

IP routing

IPv4 and IPv6 addressing

IP addresses and subnet masks

CIDR

Data Encapsulation

Network Discover
y

IPCONFIG.exe, PING.exe, TRACERT.exe, NSLOOKUP.exe, and NETSTAT.exe

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 7.1 Using the Network and Sharing Center

Exercise 7.2 Enabling Network Map

Exercise 7.3 Manually Configuring TCP/IP


Summary


The networking stack used
on Windows 7 computers corresponds roughly to the seven
-
layer OSI reference model.

Windows 7 includes support for both the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols.

Network Discovery is a Windows 7 feature that simplifies the task of firewall configuration.

The Network Ma
p utility uses the Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLTD) to detect network devices and connections.

Most networks use DHCP to configure their TCP/IP clients, but it is still possible to configure them manually.

Windows 7 includes a variety of command line T
CP/IP tools, including Ipconfig.exe, Ping.exe, Tracert.exe, Nslookup.exe,
and Netstat.exe.






Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

13

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Add
ressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configuring IPv4 network settings



Configuring IPv6 network settings



Configuring networking settings

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pe
n



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter 5 of Lab Book will be covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 5 Review

Chapter 5 Quiz will be administered

Verification


Have students discuss:

The Open S
ystem Interconnection reference model (OSI)

Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP)

IP routing

IPv4 and IPv6 addressing

IP addresses and subnet masks

CIDR

Data Encapsulation

Network Discovery

IPCONFIG.exe, PING.exe, TRACERT.exe, NSLOOKUP.exe, and NETSTAT.exe

Other R
esources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
8
7510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 7
.4
Testing Network Connections

Lab Challenge
7
.1
Using Nslookup.exe

Case Scenario 5
-
1

Case Scenario 5
-
2

Summary


The networking stack used on Windows 7 computers corresponds roughly to the seven
-
layer OSI reference model.

Window
s 7 includes support for both the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols.

Network Discovery is a Windows 7 feature that simplifies the task of firewall configuration.

The Network Map utility uses the Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLTD) to detect network devices and con
nections.

Most networks use DHCP to configure their TCP/IP clients, but it is still possible to configure them manually.

Windows 7 includes a variety of command line TCP/IP tools, including Ipconfig.exe, Ping.exe, Tracert.exe, Nslookup.exe,
and Netstat.exe
.



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

14

Topic:

Windows 7

Configu
ration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/info
rmation that will
be learned.)



Configure Shared Resources



Configure file and folder access

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint for Chapter

6
will be presented

Homework for Chapter 6 will be assigned

Lab w
ork from Chapter 6 of Lab Book will be covered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Windows Permission Architecture

Standard and Special Permissions

Allowing and Denying Permissions

Inheriting Permissions
,
Effective Permissions
,
NTFS permissions

ICALCS.
exe

Resource Ownership

Homegroups and Homegroup Permissions

Public Folders and Share Permissions

Printers, Printer Shares, Printer Security, and Printer Pools

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley P
ublishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 8.1 Setting up a Workstation

Exercise 8.2 Sharing a Folder

Exerci
se 8.3 Using Standard Folder Snap
-
In

Exercise 8.4 Configuring NTFS Permissions

Lab Challenge 8.1 Compressing Files and Folders

Summary


Windows 7 has several sets of permissions, which operate independently of each other, including NTFS
permissions, s
hare permissions, registry permissions, and Active Directory permissions.

NTFS permissions enable you to control access to files and folders by specifying just what tasks individual users
can perform on them.

Share permissions provide rudimentary access co
ntrol for all of the files on a network share.

The printing architecture in Windows is modular, consisting of the print device, a printer, a print server, and a
printer driver.

A local printer is one that supports a print device directly attached to the co
mputer or attached to the network.

A network printer connects to a shared printer hosted by another computer.



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

15

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Educat
ion Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configuring IPv4 network settings



Configuring IPv6 network settings



Configuring networking settings

Materials Neede
d



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter 6 of Lab Book will be covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 6 Review

Chapter 6 Quiz will be administered

Verification


Have students di
scuss:

Windows Permission Architecture

Standard and Special Permissions
,
Allowing and Denying Permissions

Inheriting Permissions
,
Effective Permissions
,
NTFS permissions
,
ICALCS.exe

Resource Ownership

Homegroups and Homegroup Permissions

Public Folders and

Share Permissions

Printers, Printer Shares, Printer Security, and Printer Pools

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Acad
emic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 9.1 Installing a Printer

Exercise 9.2 Sharing a Printer

Exercise 9.3 Controlling Access to a Printer

Exercise 9.4 Creating an Additional Logi
cal Printer

Lab Challenge 9.1 Creating a Printer Pool

Case Scenario 6
-
1

Case Scenario 6
-
2

Case Scenario 6
-
3

Summary


Windows 7 has several sets of permissions, which operate independently of each other, including NTFS
permissions, share permissions, reg
istry permissions, and Active Directory permissions.

NTFS permissions enable you to control access to files and folders by specifying just what tasks individual users
can perform on them.

Share permissions provide rudimentary access control for all of the
files on a network share.

The printing architecture in Windows is modular, consisting of the print device, a printer, a print server, and a
printer driver.

A local printer is one that supports a print device directly attached to the computer or attached to

the network.

A network printer connects to a shared printer hosted by another computer.



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP




Day:

16

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities
.

Education Standards Addres
sed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configure Application Compatibility



Configure Application Restrictions



Configure Internet Explorer

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Com
puter Work
Station/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint for Chapter
7
will be presented

Homework for Chapter 7 will be assigned

Lab work from Chapter 7 of Lab Book will be covered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Configuring Internet Explorer

Compatibilit
y View
,
Add
-
Ons
,
Accelerators
,
RSS Feeds
,
Printing with IE
,
Protected Mode
,
Security Zones
,
Smartscreen Filter
,
InPrivate Browsing
,
Pop
-
Up Blocker
, Privacy Settings,
Certificates
, and XP Mode

Applocker

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Acade
mic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 10.1 Installing Remote
Server Administration Tools

Exercise 10.2 Configuring IE8

Exercise 10.3 Using AppLocker


Summary


Compatibility View, in IE8, enables the browser to display older pages properly.

Add
-
ons are separate software components that interact with the basic fun
ctions of the web browser.

Accelerators enable users to send content to other resources in the form of applications running on the computer or other
sites on the Internet.

Protected mode is a way to run Internet Explorer 8 with highly reduced privileges.

A SmartScreen Filter examines traffic for evidence of phishing activity and displays a warning to the user if it finds any.

Security zones have different sets of privileges to provide levels of access.

In Windows 7, administrators must take measures to en
sure the compatibility of their legacy applications.

Application Compatibility Toolkit is for application incompatibilities that are not readily solvable with the Windows 7
compatibility mode settings.

Software restriction policies enable administrators to

specify the programs that are allowed to run on workstations.

AppLocker enables administrators to create application restriction rules more easily.



Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

17

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to th
e new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configure Application Compatibility



Configure Application Restrictions



Configu
re Internet Explorer

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter 7 of Lab Book will be covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 7 Review

Chapter 7 Quiz will be administe
red

Verification


Have students discuss:

Configuring Internet Explorer

Compatibility View
,
Add
-
Ons, Accelerators, RSS Feeds, Printing with IE, Protected Mode,
Security Zones, Smartscreen Filter, InPrivate Browsing, Pop
-
Up Blocker, Privacy Settings,
Certi
ficates, and XP Mode

Applocker

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wi
ley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


L
ab Challenge 10
.1
Suppressing Compatibility Warnings

Lab Challenge 10.2 Deploying Group Policy Objects

Case Scenario 7
-
1

Case Scenario 7
-
2

Summary


Compatibility View, in IE8, enables the browser to
display older pages properly.

Add
-
ons are separate software components that interact with the basic functions of the web browser.

Accelerators enable users to send content to other resources in the form of applications running on the computer or other
site
s on the Internet.

Protected mode is a way to run Internet Explorer 8 with highly reduced privileges.

A SmartScreen Filter examines traffic for evidence of phishing activity and displays a warning to the user if it finds any.

Security zones have differen
t sets of privileges to provide levels of access.

In Windows 7, administrators must take measures to ensure the compatibility of their legacy applications.

Application Compatibility Toolkit is for application incompatibilities that are not readily solvable

with the Windows 7
compatibility mode settings.

Software restriction policies enable administrators to specify the programs that are allowed to run on workstations.

AppLocker enables administrators to create application restriction rules more easily.



W
estern Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

18

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and capabilities.

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/informati
on that will
be learned.)



Configuring Updates to Windows 7



Monitor Systems



Configure Performance Settings

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

PowerPoint for Chapter
8
will be presented

Homework for Chapter 8 will be
assigned

Lab work from Chapter 8 of Lab Book will be covered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Updating Windows 7, Update types, Windows Update Client, Updates Using Group Policy,
and WSUS

Event Viewer, Windows Logs

Events and Event Viewer

Performanc
e Monitor Console

System Diagnostics Reports

Task Manager and Processes, Resources, and Services

Power Settings

Hard Disk Caching and ReadyBoost

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2
009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 11.1 Using Event Viewer

Exercise 11.2 Creating Event Subscriptions

Exercise 1
1.3 Using Performance Monitor

Summary


Keeping Windows 7 systems updated is one of the primary tasks of the technical specialist, who should be
familiar with the types of update releases and the methods for deploying updates.

Event Viewer is used to di
splay log information gathered by the operating system.

Performance Information and Tools page provides a snapshot of your computer’s performance.

Performance Monitor console enables you to view much of the same information, but on a continuous, real
-
time

basis.

The Resource Monitor program contains four real
-
time line graphs that display information about four of the main
system hardware components.

Reliability Monitor calculates a stability index.

Windows 7 provides a variety of tools for monitoring and

managing processes.

ReadyBoost enables Windows 7 to use the storage space on USB devices to free up system memory.


Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

19

Topic:

Windows 7

Configuration

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and capabilities

E
ducation Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/information that will
be learned.)



Configuring Updates to Windows 7



Monitor Systems



Configure Performance Settings

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/P
en



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Lab work from Chapter 8 of Lab Book will be covered

Case Scenarios from Text will be assigned for group work

Chapter 8 Review

Chapter 8 Quiz will be administered

Verification


Have students discuss:

Updating
Windows 7, Update types, Windows Update Client, Updates Using Group Policy,
and WSUS

Event Viewer, Windows Logs

Events and Event Viewer

Performance Monitor Console

System Diagnostics Reports

Task Manager and Processes, Resources, and Services

Power Setti
ngs

Hard Disk Caching and ReadyBoost

Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configurati
on
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


Exercise 11.4 Logging Performance Data

Lab Challenge 11.1 Viewing a Performance Counter Log

Case Scenario 8
-
1


Summary


Keeping Windows 7 systems updated is one of the primary tasks of the techn
ical specialist, who should be
familiar with the types of update releases and the methods for deploying updates.

Event Viewer is used to display log information gathered by the operating system.

Performance Information and Tools page provides a snapshot o
f your computer’s performance.

Performance Monitor console enables you to view much of the same information, but on a continuous, real
-
time
basis.

The Resource Monitor program contains four real
-
time line graphs that display information about four of the
main
system hardware components.

Reliability Monitor calculates a stability index.

Windows 7 provides a variety of tools for monitoring and managing processes.

ReadyBoost enables Windows 7 to use the storage space on USB devices to free up system memory.


Western Technical College IT
-
601 MCITP



Day:

20

Topic:

Windows 7

Configura
tion

Prepared By:

David E. Luevano


Overview & Purpose

Windows 7 Configuration
-
To introduce students to the new features and
capabilities

Education Standards Addressed

Microsoft 70
-
680 Exam


Teacher Guide/Student Guide


Objectives

(Specify skills/inform
ation that will
be learned.)



IT601 Written Final Exam



IT601 Lab Final Exam

Materials Needed



Paper



Pencil/Pen



Computer Work
Station/Laptop

Information

Chapters 1
-
8

Review

IT 601 Final

Exam will be administered (Multiple Choice and True/False)

IT 601 Lab Fi
nal Exam will be Administered (Competency)

Verification


Have students discuss:


Other Resources

Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Academic Course
Windows 7 Configuration
.
Wiley Publishing
, 2009,
ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87509
-
4


Craig Zacker
,
Microsoft
Official Ac
ademic Course
Lab Manual Windows 7
Configuration
.
Wiley
Publishing, 2010
, ISBN
978
-
0
-
470
-
87510
-
0


Lab


IT601 Lab Final
Exam

Summary