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INFS3234 - Admin Ms Windows Ms 7 Server
Spring 2011

This course provides the student with theoretical and practical knowledge required to configure, install, administer and troubleshoot networks utilizing Microsoft Windows 2003 Server. The course content is patterned after the material required to pass the Microsoft certification exam on Administering a Windows 2003 Server Environment with additional coverage of theoretical and practical materials in order to provide the student with a well-rounded understanding of this technology. Windows 2003 Server is addressed as both a network operating system and as a base for implementing client/server based applications. Areas of emphasis include the structure and capabilities of Window 2003 based networks, planning, installing, and configuring Windows 2003 Server environment and key areas of system management including security, reliability and performance. The subject of Active Directory is presented in the context of how an individual computer running Windows 2003 Server is integrated into an overall network that utilizes Active Directory. The course includes a significant laboratory component to provide the student with practical experiences working with the technology.
Prerequisites: INFS3233 or passing Microsoft Certification Exam 70-270
3 Credits

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