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IT:Network:Microsoft Server 1 10-150-165. Instructor: Michael J. Teske. Agenda. Introductions Course Requirements Course Content Course Goals Course Overview Syllabus Timeline Brief Microsoft Networking overview . Introductions. Name Which program Past work experience (if any)

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it network microsoft server 1 10 150 165

IT:Network:Microsoft Server 110-150-165

Instructor: Michael J. Teske

agenda
Agenda
  • Introductions
  • Course Requirements
  • Course Content
  • Course Goals
  • Course Overview
  • Syllabus
  • Timeline
  • Brief Microsoft Networking overview
introductions
Introductions
  • Name
  • Which program
  • Past work experience (if any)
  • Why Network Specialist Program?
course requirements
Course Requirements
  • Have you taken Network: Client Operating Systems and Cisco 1
  • Do you have experience with Microsoft operating systems and general networking knowledge.
    • Do you know what an IP address is?
    • Configuring computer TCP/IP settings
    • Peer to peer networking
    • Operating system installations
    • OSI reference model
    • Basic network protocol routing.
  • If not, you should reconsider your decision to take this course immediately.
  • If you withdraw today, you can receive a full refund. Tomorrow, only 80%.
course goals
Course Goals
  • Technical
    • Get a fundamental understanding of:
      • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
      • Active Directory Domain Services
      • Group Policies
      • DNS
      • File Sharing and securing file systems
      • Data backups
      • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 inherent applications
      • Troubleshooting fundamentals
  • Non-technical
    • Communication
    • Interpersonal
course overview
Course Overview
  • Stacked Lecture/Lab format
  • Labs are typically dependent upon each other.
  • Most presentations and labs highlight topics that will be on quizzes
  • Grade is based up:
    • Formative Assessments
      • Several lab exercises
      • Quizzes (expect 5-8)
    • Summative Assessments
      • Midterm written
      • Final written
      • Mid-term lab practical
      • Final lab practical
syllabus
Syllabus
  • Review (see handout)
timeline
Timeline
  • See website http://network.nwtc.edu/mteske
  • This is subject to change
  • Week 9-Spring Break March 12th-16th. Instructor will not be on campus
    • Instructor will make reasonable attempts to respond via email.
general
General
  • This is course is intended to provide a fundamental understanding of the Microsoft Server platform and what’s “in the box”.
  • Most labs are a step-by-step to aid you in completing the exercise and accompanied with some brief “why we do this” explanations. As you proceed in this program(and industry), you will no longer be able to rely on step-by-step instructions. Along the way, you will be provided with additional resources to complete certain tasks on your own.
why network
Why Network?
  • Meet the needs of your company.
    • File and print serving
    • Email
    • Web sites
    • Centralized management and data storage
    • PROVIDE A SERVICE
  • Every network service needs server software and client software
    • Internet Explorer and a Web Service (IIS)
  • Types of server applications
    • File Servers
    • Print Servers
    • Email Servers
    • Groupware Servers
networking basics
Networking Basics
  • A network needs hardware and media to connect.
    • Clients
      • PC, Laptop, Server, PDA, Smartphone
    • Cabling
      • Fiber, Ethernet, Wireless
  • A network must communicate using the same protocol
    • TCP/IP
basics continued
Basics Continued
  • Security Goals
    • Authentication: Who is coming into your network
      • User ID and Password
    • Permissions: What resources does the user have rights to.
      • Access Control Lists, Groups (NTFS Permissions)
windows server capabilities
Windows Server Capabilities
  • Sharing resources
  • Managing resources
  • Security
  • Scalability and compatibility
  • Ability to distribute
  • Fault tolerance
summary
Summary

Requirements for Networking

  • You need server software/hardware
    • Server OS-Microsoft/Linux/Novell
    • Physical Disk Storage
  • Physical compatible network media
    • Ethernet, Fiber, Wireless
  • Same network protocol or language
    • TCP/IP
  • Data protection/redundancy or security
    • Backups/Firewall/Access Control Lists
  • A means of finding what you put on the network.
    • Active Directory/Domain
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