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DA 215 - Networking with Microsoft Windows Server


Credit Hours: 4

A comprehensive course on installing and managing a Microsoft Windows Server-based network . This course details the critical network management activities such as creating shared resources, creating users and groups, as well as securing and sharing applications.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion, the student will be able to:

  • describe the installation and configuration process of Microsoft Windows Server;
  • describe the process of setting-up and managing users and groups;
  • describe the process of establishing network policies;
  • describe the process of creating and managing directory shares;
  • describe how applications are executed from a file server;
  • describe how to set up and manage network printers;
  • describe the process of backing-up and restoring both server and workstations; and
  • describe the process of setting-up domains and domain controllers.


F/S (S)

Recommended companion course DA 106 Intro to Microcomputer Applications or prior general knowledge of the Microsoft Windows Operating System is required.