WIN310 - Microsoft Windows Network Infrastructure

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Subject Title
Microsoft Windows Network Infrastructure

Subject Description
This course is for those who will be responsible for installing, configuring, managing and supporting a network infrastructure that uses Microsoft Windows Server products. Basic TCP/IP, along with TCP/IP applications will be covered. TCP/IP security as well as remote access and Internet related Windows Server configurations will be taught using lectures and hands-on exercises.

Credit Status
1 Credit in the CNS/CTY Program.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Configure a networking protocol to ensure communication between network devices.

2. Subnet a network address to create an addressing scheme for a company network.

3. Configure various network server services to provide connectivity and appropriate access to network resources.

4. Describe update software and procedures necessary to create a stable network environment and protect network resources.

5. Configure remote access to a network to support authenticated user access.

6. Use troubleshooting tools to ensure continued access to network resources and resolve network connectivity problems.

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