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CNT120 - Introduction to Windows Server

CNT120. Introduction to Windows Server (3). Introduction to the Windows Server line of network operating systems. Topics include installation, file systems, networking, directory services, file and printer sharing, and security. Extensive hands-on exercises with realistic scenarios to help students apply new concepts and sharpen problem-solving skills. Prerequisite: CNT100 or CNT110 or CNT115. Two lecture. Three lab.

1. Windows Server products and requirements
2. Windows Server installation
3. Server environment
4. Directory services
5. Resource access
6. Printing
7. Data storage
8. Networking
9. Remote access
10. Security

1. Describe the Windows Server family of products and define system requirements for each. (1)
2. Install Windows Server and describe the options and requirements for installing Windows Server. (2)
3. Configure the server environment. (3)
4. Install and configure Windows directory services. (4)
5. Manage access to resources. (5)
6. Configure printing services. (6)
7. Manage and configure data storage. (7)
8. Configure and troubleshoot Windows network protocols and services. (8)
9. Configure remote access services. (9)
10. Configure security protocols. (10)

1. Cisco Academy on-line chapter exams and final exam. Cisco Academy skills final exam.

3.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Lecture/Lab

(Credit level CNT100 Minimum Grade of C or Credit level CNT110 Minimum Grade of C or Credit level CNT115 Minimum Grade of C)

Comp Tech & Instruct Support Division
Computer Networking Technology Department


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