NT 1230 Instructor Guide

NT 1230 Instructor Guide - NT1230 Client-Server Networking...

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NT1230 Client-Server Networking I INSTRUCTOR GUIDE ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Credit Hours: 4.5 Contact/Instructional Hours: 34 Theory, 22 Lab Prerequisite or Co-requisite: NT1210 Introduction to Networking or equivalent Course Revision Table Change Date | Updated Section | Change Description | Change Rationale | Implementation Quarter | 08/08/11 | All | New Curriculum | New Curriculum | September 2011 | 09/13/2011 | Page 199 | Added Course Support Package with Lab Worksheets and Lab Answers | Added Course Support Package with Lab Worksheets and Lab Answers | September 2011 | 12/19/2011 | Unit Plans | Removed the grading category column from the graded deliverables sections in each unit plan. | Grading category indicators were mismatched. Correct categories can be found in the course syllabus. | September 2011 | 03/08/2012 | Final Exam Answer Key | Corrected key for questions #10 and #12 | | September 2011 | 08/31/2012 | Graded Assignment: Unit 9 Exercise 1 on Page 168 and Page 235 | Assignment narrative | To correct the wrong narrative for the assignment | September 2012 | 08/06/2013 | 1. Student Copy of Graded Assignments (now in Course Support Package) 2. Unit 1 Lab 1 in Graded Assignments 3. Unit 7 Lab 1 in Graded Assignments | 1. Removed Student Copy of Graded Assignments from the Instructor Guide and placed it in the Course Support Package. 2. Added instructions on how to perform the trial version installation and how to extend the trial version period for Windows 7 (Page 3 of Graded Assignments) and for Windows Server 2008 (Page 27 of Graded Assignments) | Clarified “keyless” installation and “re-arm” procedures for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 | Immediately |
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Table of Contents Course Overview 6 Course Summary 6 Major Instructional Areas 6 Course Objectives 6 Critical Considerations 6 Instructional Resources 9 Required Resources 9 Additional Resources 9 Course Management 11 Technical Requirements 11 Test Administration and Processing 11 Replacement of Learning Assignments 12 Communication and Student Support 12 Academic Integrity 12 Grading14 Course Delivery 16 Instructional Approach 16 Methodology 16 Facilitation Strategies 17 Unit Plans 18 Unit 1: Install and Configure Windows 7 18 Unit 1. Lab 1. Preparing a Virtual Workstation Image 28 Unit 2: Devices, Peripherals, Disks, and File Systems 34 Unit 3: Connecting to a Network47 Unit 4: Working with Workgroups and Domains 65 Unit 5: Client Security and User Access Control 79 Unit 6: Administering Windows 7 95
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Unit 7: What is a Server? 113 Unit 8: Installing Server 2008 126 Unit 8. Assignment 2. Active Directory Benefits 144 Unit 9: Managing Server 2008 148 Unit 10: Monitoring and Troubleshooting 171 Unit 11: Course Review and Final Examination 193 Final Exam Answer Key 193 Course Support Tools 199 Evaluation of Student Learning 200 STUDENT COPY 201 Graded Assignment Requirements 202 Unit 1. Lab 1. Preparing a Virtual Workstation Image 203 Unit 1. Problem Set 1. Unit 1 Problems 204 Unit 1. Assignment 1. Home Computer Analysis 205 Unit 1. Exercise 1. Upgrading 206 Unit 2. Lab 1. Working with Disks 208 Unit 2. Problem Set 1. Unit 2 Problems 209 Unit 2. Assignment 1. Disk Redundancy Research 210 Unit 3. Lab 1. Configuring Network Connections 212 Unit 3. Problem Set 1. Unit 3 Problems
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