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CNT121 - Windows Client Operating System

CNT121. Windows Client Operating System (3). A thorough examination of the Microsoft Windows client operating system. Installation, management, and support of the Windows client operating systems in a network environment. Includes advanced topics such as disk management, secure network configuration, disaster recovery, and performance tuning. Preparation for the Microsoft Windows MCTS certification exam. Prerequisite: CNT100 or CNT115 or CNT120. Two lecture. Three lab.

1. Windows client operating system
2. Installing Windows
3. System utilities
4. Disk and file system management
5. User management
6. Windows security features
7. Networking
8. Remote access
9. User productivity and media tools
10. Performance tuning
11. Application support
12. Disaster recovery and troubleshooting
13. Enterprise computing

1. Describe the Windows client family of products and define their system requirements. (1)
2. Perform a Windows installation and describe options and requirements for installation. (2)
3. Use Windows system utilities. (3)
4. Manage disks and describe storage technologies. (4)
5. Manage Windows file systems. (4)
6. Work with user accounts and profiles. (5)
7. Describe and implement Windows security features. (6)
8. Configure and troubleshoot Windows network protocols and services. (7)
9. Evaluate methods and configure protocols for remote access. (8)
10. Configure Windows printing and user productivity tools. (9)
11. Use Windows performance management utilities for monitoring and baseline logging. (10)
12. Utilize Windows application management facilities. (11)
13. Troubleshoot Windows configurations and use disaster recovery tools. (12)
14. Configure and manage a Windows client in an enterprise network environment. (13)

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 CNT115 Minimum Grade of C or Credit level CNT120 Minimum Grade of C)

Comp Tech & Instruct Support Division
Computer Networking Technology Department


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