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Lakewood, WA 98499-4098



Computer Networking
&
Information Systems Security





NSS 139

Server OS Installation and Configuration

CIP #43.0109

4 Credits

23 September 11 December 2014


Instructor: Donald Souza
Office Hours: 3:30pm to 4:00pm (By Appointment)
Telephone: 253-589-5791
Location: Building 16, Room 109
Email Address donald.souza@cptc.edu
Revision Dates: 21 August 2014



COURSE DESCRIPTION
Introduces the student to the knowledge, skills and tasks necessary to deploy, support, and
secure Windows network operating systems in a variety of stand-alone and enterprise network
environments. Provides hands-on training for Information Systems Security professionals
responsible for installing, administering, and securing Windows Server operating systems.
PREREQUISITES
None

COLLEGE-WIDE CORE ABILITIES

Core abilities are transferable skills that are essential to an individuals success, regardless of occupation or
community setting. These skills
complement specific occupational skills
broaden ones ability to function outside a given occupation, and
Connect occupation, personal, and community roles.

Graduates of all Clover Park Technical College programs will be able to demonstrate competency in each of the
following CORE ABILITY areas:


. COMMUNICATION










These symbols appear in the course syllabus to identify which specific learning objectives relate to the core abilities.
Your instructor will provide more detailed explanations of how acquiring these core abilities can help you to
successfully achieve your career, educational and personal goals
CRITICAL THINKING/PROBLEM SOLVING

PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
INFORMATION/TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY





Learning Objectives and Core Abilities:

Learning Objectives: Core Abilities:

Upon completion of this course the learner should be able
to:








Objective 1 Plan and Install Server Operating Systems

X

Objective 2 Modify, Maintain and Secure System
Configurations

X



Objective 3 Configure and Manage hardware devices
X



Objective 4 Configure and secure network configurations






Objective 7 Develop and Implement Performance
strategies

X




Objective 8 Develop and Implement fault tolerance and
recovery




Objective 9: Create and manage user and group accounts
X



ASSESSMENT OF OBJECTIVES
Finished projects, activities and tests will measure the students level of knowledge and an
overall standard of 70% is required. You are required to show an average competency of
the material to complete this course.

SCHEDULE AND ASSIGNMENTS
Schedule: See Instructor & Attached Calendar
Assignments: You must complete all 10 Testout Section Materials including all Section Exam
Questions, and instructor created quizzes. In addition all in-class exercises must be completed by
the assigned due date. See the class calendar for due dates. Exam due dates will be given the day
they are assigned. Assignments and Labs will be accepted late for reduced credit unless
extenuating circumstances are accepted by the instructor.

Students with disabilities needing academic adjustments in this class are required to submit their
Letter of Accommodation from Access Services to the Access Services Coordinator at their
earliest convenience to discuss their disability related needs. Students who are not registered with
Access Services must do so in order to establish eligibility and identify the appropriate academic
adjustments for their CPTC classes. For information about documenting a disability and


registering for services, please contact Hope Stout, Access Services Coordinator at
hope.stout@cptc.edu

Students who show consistent failure to progress may earn a failing grade or forfeit the right to
continue this class. I will not discuss student grades with you at the end of the quarter. You are
responsible to backup all of your work. If any data is lost the college will not be held responsible.
GRADING SCALE

PERCENTAGE GRADE POINT GRADE
93-100 4.0 A
90-92 3.8 A-
88-89 3.3 B+
83-87 3.0 B
80-82 2.7 B-
78-79 2.3 C+
70-77 2.0 C
67-69 1.7 C-
Not Passing 1.3-0.0 D+

TEXT, REFERENCES, LEARNING MATERIALS

This class will use the Testout 70-410 Windows Server Pro: Install and Configure Online Curriculum. It is the
students responsibility to acquire all necessary materials required for this class. All students must have the required
online codes and materials by the second day of class. You may access this by going to www.testout.com and
purchasing your access to this course material or you may purchase access from the colleges bookstore. Please
follow the Testout Student start up guide located with this syllabus located on the class room share server for
instructions on how to setup your account. The class you will be joining in Testout is named Fall 2014 NSS139
Server OS Installation and Configuration.
Testout 70-410 Windows Server Pro ISBN: 978-1-935080-46-6
Available at the bookstore or www.testout.com (approximately $90.00) Web Site Purchase Code: 14-297TA

CODE OF CONDUCT AND ATTENDANCE
Please refer to the CPTC Student Manual and the CNISS program policy document. All college and
program policies and rules apply.

To create and preserve a classroom atmosphere that optimizes teaching and learning, all participants
share a responsibility in creating a civil and non-disruptive forum. Students are expected to conduct
themselves at all times in this classroom in a manner that does not disrupt teaching or learning. The
instructor is authorized to take such steps as are necessary when behavior of the student disrupts the
normal classroom procedure. Instructors may remove a student for the single class session in which such
disruptive behavior becomes continuous and/or serious, and may begin disciplinary proceedings. (See the

Student Handbook or Vice-President of Student Services). Violations of the disciplinary code may result
in serious sanctions such as suspension or dismissal. In addition, instructors have the right to limit
classroom discussion in order to meet the educational objectives of the class session.

These are some examples of disruptive classroom behaviors:

Monopolizing class discussion; rude, disrespectful, contemptuous, or offensive language, posturing, or
gestures; aggressive, hostile, or confrontational language, posturing, or gestures; persistent or serious
actions of willful disobedience or defiance towards college personnel; sleeping, chattering, or being
disruptive; continuously engaging in unrelated tasks; poor personal hygiene; interruptions caused by
pagers, beepers, and other electronic devices; unexcused exiting, or premature preparing to exit class;
conduct that threatens the health or safety of self or others.

Nothing in this section is meant to curtail legitimate on-topic classroom discussion that is conducted in a
civil manner. Academic dialogue is encouraged and is enhanced by these norms for civil behavior.

ATTENDANCE POLICY

If you are going to miss class due to illness or other valid excuse please notify me at 589-5791 and leave
a message or by email at donald.souza@cptc.edu. Once you return, it is your responsibility to catch up on
all missed assignments and information covered in class. (Refer to class calendar) If your attendance falls
below 85%, your grade will be reduced by one full letter. Three unexcused absences will result in you
being dropped from the class.

Finally, attendance means to be present for the entire duration of the class. Students arriving to class
late or leaving class early are a disruption. Excessive tardiness will result in grade reductions to be
determined by the instructor.

Cell phone usage: Please set your cell phone to silent or vibrate when in my classroom. Ringing cell
phones during class time are a disruption for other students. If you need to receive or make a call during
class time please try to do so before or after class or during a class break. To be considerate to others
please take phone conversations outside of the classroom. This also applies to texting in class during
lecture / discussion times.
Penalties for using cell phone during class lecture / discussion days:
First Offence: You will be asked to go outside.
Second Offence: You will be removed from the class for that day
Third Offence: You will be removed from the class for the quarter.

Audio and Video Recording: Audio and Video recording is prohibited unless prior approval is given by
the Instructor.

General Information
I understand life happens, and there are circumstances beyond your control that may prevent you from
coming to class. All I ask is that you keep me informed. If you are not comfortable discussing your
situation at least give me a heads up.





CLASS GRADING AND POINT SYSTEM

Your grade is based on a weighted system as follows:
Mid Term = 25%
Final= 25%
Module Completion = 10%
Quizzes = 10%
Lab Exercises = 30%

The Mid Term and Final are worth 50 points each.

There are 9 Quizzes. Each varies in points. They are scored at 1 point per
question

Lab Exercises: There are 68 lab simulations in the online material, along with in
class lab exercises via Hyper-V. All lab simulations must be completed at 90% to
receive credit. Each module is worth 20 points

There are 10 Modules in the course. Each module consists of information videos,
demonstration videos, simulations (scored separately), exam questions, & fact
sheets. Each completed module is worth 20 points. To receive the full value all
items in the module must be completed by the due date. Late course work will be
accepted at a reduced score.


All information contained in this syllabus is subject to change at any time at instructors
discretion.

See Class Calendar for Assignment Information

1. To receive full credit for all assignments they must be completed by the scheduled due date.
2. Late assignments will be accepted at a reduced score.

Each Module will start out with an in class discussion