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KB0103-PC LAN/WAN Setup & Windows 2000 Server Admin (Active Directory)


COURSE DURATION: 30 hours of Training

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
   This HANDS-ON training gives you the knowledge and skills to design, build, configure and implement a Local Area Network/WAN. The training starts from the ground up, from planning to purchasing to designing and to cabling the network and to configuring the network so that it will be up and running. The training does not stop there because it includes Implementing, Configuring and Administering a Windows 2000 Network It teaches you all you need to know to administer a Windows 2000 Network.

This course will help you prepare for TESDA CHS NCII Assessment Exam

COURSE DELIVERY: Instructor-led, Hands-On training approach.

COURSE PREREQUISITE: PC Hardware and Software Troubleshooting and Repair Training

LIBRARY: Available

INTERNET ACCESS: Available

COURSE OUTLINE
 

MODULE 1: NETWORK TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN/CABLING & WIRELESS LAN SETUP

 

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Local Area Network

                   

1.1       Defining a Local Area Network

1.2       Application of PC Networking

-          Organization-wide computing

-          Workgroup computing

-          Resource sharing

-          Distance Learning

-          FTP and Web Access

1.3       Differentiating LAN, MAN and WAN

1.4       Network Standards

1.5       Network Operating Systems (NOS)

1.6       Characteristics of a NOS

-          Disk Sharing

-          Printer Sharing

-          Security

-          Access Control

1.7       Desktop Operating Systems (Client Operating System)

                       

Chapter 2 - Understanding Network components for LAN connectivity  

            2.1 Client for Microsoft Networks

                2.2 Network Adapter

                2.3 Network Protocol (TCP/IP)

                2.4 File and Printer sharing for Microsoft Networks

 

Chapter 3 - Configuring Network components

 

            3.1 Installing Client for Microsoft Networks

                3.2 Installing Network Adapter

                3.3 Installing and configuring TCP/IP

                3.4 Installing File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft

                      Networks

                3.5 Setting Workgroup names and Computer names

                3.6 Common errors in building a Network

                3.7 Solving Network Connection problems

 

Chapter 4 - TCP/IP & Subnetting

 

            4.1 TCP/IP Overview

                4.2 Function of TCP/IP in a Network

4.3 Static and Dynamic IP Addresses

                4.4 Class A, B, C and D

                4.5 Differentiating IP address classes

                4.6 Network ID's and Hosts

                4.7 Choosing Private IP addresses

                4.8 Assigning IP addresses

                4.9 IP Subnetting

                4.10 Subnetting Class A, B & C address

                4.11 Defining Subnet Masks

                4.12 Troubleshooting TCP/IP

                4.13 Using Network utilities (ping, tracert, ipconfig, arp,

                        nbtstat etc..)

 

Chapter 5 - INTERNET CONNECTION SHARING

 

            5.1 Overview of the Internet

                5.2 Internet Service Providers (ISP)

                5.3 Requirements for Internet connection (Modem, Tel.

                      Line, ISP account)

                5.4 Dial-up Internet connection

                5.5 Broadband Internet connection (Cable/DSL)

                5.6 Dial-up Internet connection setup

                5.7 Cable and DSL internet connection setup

                5.8 Common errors in connecting to the Internet

                5.9 Solving common internet connection failures

                5.10 Sharing Internet Connection using a ROUTER

                5.11 Configuring a DSL Router

                5.12 Managing IP address of DSL Router

                5.13 Configuring the embedded DHCP server in the Router

                5.14 Managing advanced features of the Router

                5.15 Sharing Internet Connection using Wingate software

                5.16 Configuring the Wingate server

                5.17 Configuring the Wingate client

                5.18 Testing for internet connection of the network

                5.19 Common Internet sharing problems

                5.20 Solving Internet connection errors

 

Chapter 6 - NETWORK DESIGN AND CABLING

 

            6.1 LAN Standards

                                Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 Standards

                                CSMA

                                10/100/1000BASE-T

                6.2 Multi-LAN Networks and configuration

                6.3 Backbone Designs

                6.4 High-Speed LAN

                6.5 Defining LAN requirements

                6.6 Determining user needs

                6.7 Network Hardware

                                LAN Card

                                Cabling Systems

                                                Twisted pair (Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat7)

                                                Fiber Optics

                                                Coaxial

                                Switches/Hubs

                                Routers

                6.8 Network Topology (Star, Bus, Ring and Tree)

6.9 Cabling the Network

                                Network Cable (Twisted pair)

                                                Straight Through Cables

                                                Cross Over Cable

                                                Roll-Over Cable

                6.9 Testing the Cable

6.10 Testing the Network

6.11 Post Installation operations


Chapter 7 - WIRELESS LAN SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
 

MODULE 2 - WINDOWS 2000 SERVER ADMINISTRATION (Active Directory)


Chapter 1 - Introduction to Windows 2000 Server

 

1.1       Windows 2000 Server features

1.2       Windows 2000 server Editions

1.3    Windows 2000 Network Clients

                       

Chapter 2 - Windows 2000 Installation

 

            2.1 Attended Installation

                2.2 Unattended Installation

                2.3 Patches, Service packs and Windows updates

                2.4 Upgrading from Windows NT4 Server

                2.5 Common Windows 2000 installation errors

                2.6 Solving Windows 2000 installation problems

 

Chapter 3 - Introduction to Windows 2000 Network

 

            3.1 Workgroup Model

                3.2 Domain Model

                3.3 Active Directory Objects

                3.4 Installing Active Directory

                3.5 Client Connectivity

                                                - Win98

                                                - Windows 2000 Professional

                                                - Windows XP

 

Chapter 4 - User Administration

 

            4.1 User Accounts

                4.2 Groups (Global, Domain Local, Universal)

                4.3 Local and Domain Security

                4.4 Account Policy

                5.5 Local User Profiles

                5.6 Roaming User Profiles

 

Chapter 5 - Access to Resources Security

 

            5.1 Implementing Share Permissions

                5.2 Using NTFS Permissions

                5.3 Inheritance and Ownership

 

Chapter 6 - Configuring and Administering a Print Server

 

            6.1 Installing Local Printer

                6.2 Installing Network Printer

                6.3 Implementing Printer Security

                6.4 Implementing Print Priority, Print Scheduling and Print

                      Pooling

 

Chapter 7 - Disk Quota and Auditing Objects and Resources

            7.1 Implementing Disk Quota

                7.2 Auditing Account logons

                7.3 Auditing Object access

 

Chapter 8 - OU & Group Policy Objects (GPO)

 

            8.1 Organizational Units

                8.2 Implementing OUs

                8.3 Security Settings

                8.4 Administrative Templates

                8.5 Securing Workstations

 

Chapter 9 - Optimizing System Performance, Reliability & Availability

            9.1 Implementing Alerts and logs

                9.2 Implementing System Monitors

 

Chapter 10 - Backup and Restoring Data

 

            10.1 Back-up and restore selected data

                10.2 Back up and restore Entire Computer

                10.3 Scheduled Backups

                10.4 System State Data

 

Chapter 11 - RRAS

 

11.1        Implementing Routing and Remote Access Service

11.2        Configuring Server and Clients

11.3        Connecting RRAS client to Server

 

Chapter 12 - Terminal Services

 

            12.1 Implementing Terminal Services

                12.2 Connecting Terminal Services Clients

 

Chapter 13 - RAID   

 

            13.1 Fault Tolerant Volumes

                13.2 Implementing RAID 1, 3 and 5

                13.3 Troubleshooting RAID volumes

 


 




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    > Downpayment: 3,000
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