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Computer Network Systems and Security / Division of Technology

Bay de Noc Community College

WINTER 2011

1. Course Information

Title Windows Networking II - CN 251 01-1

Credit Contact Hrs. 4/4


Prerequisites : CN 250 Windows Networks I
Classroom Number : LAB 402G- HATC BLDG
In Seat Section- Monday and Wednesday- 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

2. Instructor Information

Name : KARL LINDEROTH


Office Location : Room 402H, HATC BUILDING
Office Phone: 906-217-4056 (leaving a voicemail will also send instructor an email)
Home Phone : 789-5665

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday Tuesday - Wednesday- Thursday- 11:00 am to 12:00 pm 402H HATC

Tuesday and Thursday- 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm- 402H, HATC

To make an appointment please email - linderok@baycollege.edu

Mailing Address: 2001 North Lincoln Road, Bay College, Escanaba, MI 49829
Linderok@baycollege.edu

INSTRUCTOR WEBSITE (Student resources are available, such as labs, syllabi, degree goals, etc..)
www.baycollege.edu/~linderok

Departmental Website- http://www.baycollege.edu/?cst


Text:
TEXTBOOK:

MCITP Guide to Microsoft Windows 2008, Server Administration


Michael Palmer, Course Tech
ISBN- 978-1-4239-0238-6

3. Materials :

A. Textbook, Handouts, reference web pages as specified by instructor


B. 3 Ring Notebook
C. Flash memory or other large storage (recommended)
4. Catalog Description

This course is the advanced course for using Windows 2008 Server in a Windows Network. In this course students will acquire an
understanding and working knowledge of how to setup, configure and support Windows 2008 servers and networks, including internal and
external storage, power, expansion, and fault tolerance devices. Students will load, manage and troubleshoot Windows 2008 servers and
learn how to manage a network in a hands on, project based method. Also, students will load and configure Windows 2008 Server as part of
the class.

5. Course Outcomes

-Discuss Windows 2008 server features and benefits.

-Identify and understand relationship of network to the network operating system.

-Discuss type of partitions and storage required for NOS performance and fault tolerance.

-Discuss licensing of Windows 2008 server and network.

-Manage user accounts and issues.

-Understand Active Directory structure, requirements and extensions.

-Implement and maintain security for Windows 2008 Network (Fault Tolerance, NTFS, IPSec).

-Utilize all management functions of Windows 2008 Network (AV, UPS).

-Install and manage active users in RAS, IIS, VPN and Terminal Services.

-Post and secure Web pages and Intranet services.

-Role Based Services- AD, Server Core, etc..

-Network Security, Penetration testing, and Intrusion Detection systems.

-Discuss ethical requirements of a network administrator of computers, networks and Internet usage.

-Demonstrate working knowledge of where to find and how to used documentation relating to using computers,
networks and Internet.

-Role and responsibility of Network Administrator.


6. Tentative Schedule CT 251 (This schedule is provided as a guide, not a contract).

Week of Discussion Activity/Topic Preparation (plus instructor


assigned)
1/10
Review Syllabus / Setup hardware / Load Win 2K8
1/17
Review Active Directory, Set up OUs (Chapters 3 and 4) Quiz
1/24
Power Issue and UPS (Handouts ) UPS units
1/31
Data Redundancy / Fault Tolerance/Scripting Basics ( Chapter 7) Extra Hard drives /NAS

Exam- AD, Power, Fault


Tolerance
2/7
Windows Networking (Network Services) (Chap 8)
2/14
Deploying IIS \ Web Server \ Post Server Page (Chapter 9)
2/21
Web Server and Certificate Services (Chapter 9)
2/38
Configuring Remote Access Services (Chapter 10) Mid Term Exam- Chaps 8 to 10
3/7
SPRING BREAK- CLASSROOMS CLOSED ALL WEEK
3/16
VM Strategies (Hyper-V\VMWare\VirtualPC-Box) (Chapter 11)
3/23
Application and Data Provisioning (Chapter 12)
4/6
Supporting Data and DBM (Chapter 12)
4/13
Securing Windows 2008 Server (Chapter 13)
4/20
Server and Network and Monitoring (Chapter 14)
4/27
Managing System Reliability (Chapter 15)
5/2
Final Exams Week FINAL EXAM
7. INSTRUCTOR POLICIES:

Attendance: Students are expected to attend all class sessions. Employers look at class attendance as a strong
indicator of how dependable of an employee you will be in the future. Make sure your class attendance is something to
be proud of when your future employers call.

Students are responsible for missed material and should refer to the class web page on MyBay or the Instructional
website to find assignments. Instructor reserves the right to give daily quizzes/assignment/411 quiz that cannot be
made up and will count for up to 20% of course grade. Students that do not come to class on a regular basis can expect
a lower grade than those that do. Student MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE to take daily quizzes and receive points!

Missed Assignments: Assignments (and exams) are not normally accepted late. If the instructor allows a missed
assignment (or exam) to be made up, it will be due within one week of the original due date. Any late assignment after
one week will be counted as half credit.

Participation: Students are expected to participate in class discussions. Taking notes should be considered required, as
many questions come from class discussions and labs! The instructor retains the right to use the book, handed out
material and lecture notes for the exams. The 411 is discussion time at beginning of every class in which students are
expected to bring clippings of new technology, viruses, etc.. to class.

Cheating: Cheating or copying other students work will not be tolerated and will result in an automatic failure of the
assignment and may result in referral to the Dean of Business and Technology for further action.

Course Withdrawal and Incomplete: Course withdrawal is the students responsibility. The proper paperwork must be
processed in a timely manner or failure to do so will result in the student receiving an F at the end of the term. An
incomplete grade is given only in extenuating circumstances, and only with prior arrangement with the instructor.

Studying and note taking- Many students find that college exams are MUCH harder than high school exams,
unfortunately many students do not realize this until after scoring poorly on the first and even second exams. Please
refer to the Study Skills Handout # 1. It shows a tried and true method to learn new material. This method has been
proven by scores of research studies at colleges and universities to raise scores of students.

Students with Disabilities: Students with disabilities who require special accommodations should identify themselves at
the beginning of the term if there is expectation to take the disability into consideration.

Acceptable Use Policies- Apply to all workstations and servers in the 400 Labs.. Any student found to be violating
acceptable use policies will be referred to the Dean of Technology for discipline.
8. STUDENT EVALUATION AND GRADING % OF GRADE

411\QUIZZES 15%

EXAMS: 30%

Labs\Chapter Review Questions 25%

FINAL EXAM 30%

TOTAL: 100%

9. STUDENT ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE:


Tutoring
Tutoring is available to students at no charge in the Student Success Office (SSO), located in room 819 of the
LRC. The SSO is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Stop by the SSO, or call (906)
217-4017 to request tutoring. Tutors in the SSO help students enrolled in occupational courses, general
education courses not covered by the Math/Science and TRiO Centers, and MA 090. Contact Chris Fries at
friesc@baycollege.edu.

ADA Statement

If you are a student with a disability and you think you may require disability-related accommodations or
services, please contact the Director of the Student Success Office in the Learning Resource Center by: going
to the office, Room 819; calling (906) 217-4017; or e-mailing: friesc@baycollege.edu. Reasonable and
effective accommodations and services will be provided to students if requests are made in a timely manner,
with appropriate documentation in accordance with federal, state, and Bay de Noc Community College
guidelines.

10. ASSESSMENT

All Bay College students will be expected to participate in assessment


activities during their course of study at the college. These activities
may include participating in assessment of General Education outcomes,
classroom assessment for specific course lessons, or assessment of skills
needed for a specific program. The assessments will help instructors
and the college make decisions to improve instruction and student
learning.

11. Weather-related Information:

Weather-related information is now available on our phone system. When a student calls the college, following the
"Hello and welcome to Bay de Noc Community College," the prompt is: "If you are calling for weather or class closing
information, press 7."
This weather-related statement should be included on all syllabi with the exception of online classes.
12. Academic Dishonesty: DON'T DO IT! Cheating, plagiarism will not be tolerated and will result in failure of the
class. Formally, the following is the policy of Bay College:

It shall be the policy of Bay de Noc Community College Board of Trustees that the college provide opportunities for
students to gain the knowledge, skills, judgment, and wisdom they need to function in society as responsible citizens.
Plagiarism, falsifying data, and other forms of academic dishonesty are inconsistent with the college's goals and
mission. Students are expected to pursue their education at Bay College with honor and integrity. A copy of the entire
Academic Integrity Policy is available to students upon request.

13. Federal Student Aid Statement -withdrawal from school may have Financial Implications on the Student

R2T4 stands for Return to Title IV. This is a federal regulation that requires the college to recalculate a student's
eligibility for aid if the student totally withdraws, officially or unofficially, from their courses prior to completing 60%
of the semester. If a student withdraws and we return monies to the federal government, the student then owes the
college. Until the balance is paid the student cannot register for future semesters. PLEASE TAKE THIS
INTO CONSIDERATION PRIOR TO WITHDRAWING FROM COURSES EARLY.