An introductory-level course that explores the installation and configuration of Windows Server operating system. In addition the course covers, file system permissions, establish network printing and permissions, Active Directory and server management, Group Policies, DNS and DHCP configuration.
Goals, Topics, and Objectives
- Introduction to Windows Server Operating System
- Installation of Windows Server
- Configuration of Windows Server
- Introduction and Installation of Active Directory
- Creation/Maintenance of User Accounts/Security Groups
- Configuration of File System Security
- Configuration of Windows Server Printing
- Managing Data Storage
- Managing Windows Server Network Services
- Securing Windows Server
- Install and configure the Microsoft Windows Server operating system.
- Setup and manage Active Directory, domains, user accounts and groups.
- Implement file system permissions that would grant access to network applications and data.
- Establish Group Policies.
- Configure DNS and DHCP services.
Assessment and Requirements
Examinations which will include lab problems, hands-on lab evaluations, homework and assignments.
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Skills-based assessment proficient score, assessment administered by the Computer Information Systems department faculty. Faculty will assess skills-based assessment based on evaluation rubric. Assessment information located in Department Office. Students must also complete a departmental exam and have proper licensure/certification.
Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Certification must be current. Department faculty will verify certification(s). Verified certifications, and the Credit for Prior College-Level Learning application will be signed, copied, and retained in the Department Office. Students must also complete a departmental exam and a skilled demonstration.