Graduate Degrees and Programs

INFS6420 - Admin Windows XP Professional
Fall 2006

This course provides the student with theoretical and practical knowledge required to configure, install, administer and troubleshoot a computer running the Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system. The course addresses the use of this technology in both a stand-alone and networked environment. The course content is patterned after the material required to pass the Microsoft certification exam on Administering a Windows XP Professional Environment with additional coverage of theoretical and practical materials in order to provide the student with a well-rounded understanding of this technology. Areas of emphasis include hardware and other resource requirements, installation of the software, defining and installing the security environment, establishing and maintaining network connectivity, performance management and the identification and solution of problems. The course includes a significant laboratory component to provide the student with practical experiences working with the technology.
Prerequisites: INFS6211 or INFS6210 and INFS6231 or INFS6230
3 Credits

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