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    • Integrated Course Outline of Record MT. SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 1499 NORTH STATE STREET SAN JACINTO, CA 92583 Course Title: Implementing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure Course Number: MCSE 103 Semester Units: 5 Semester Hours: 80 Week/Lecture: 5 Week/Lab: Catalog Description: This course is for new-to-product support professionals who will be responsible for installing, configuring, managing and supporting a network infrastructure that uses the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server products. Need / Justification: This course is part of an integrated series of courses designed to help students prepare for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer industry certification offered by Microsoft Corporation. This course prepares students for the exam 70-216 Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure Prerequisite/s (Requisites): MCSE 102 Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server Short Description for the class schedule: This course is intended for new-to-product support professionals who will be responsible for supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 network infrastructure. Learning Objectives: Upon the completion of the course the student will be able to do the following: A. Set up and configure the DHCP Server service B. Set up and configure the DNS Server service C. Set up and configure WINS D. Set up and configure network security protocols E. Set up and configure the Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access configuration F. Plan and integrate Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) with Routing and Remote Access G. Set up and configure connectivity between network segments H. Set up and configure Internet access for a network I. Set up and configure a Web server J. Set up and configure a Remote Installation Services (RIS) server
    • K. Plan and integrate network services L. Analyze and then manage the operation of a Windows 2000 network from a central location M. Identify and resolve network connectivity problems by using Windows 2000 troubleshooting tools N. Enable network connectivity among NetWare, Macintosh, and UNIX networks Course Content: Please see attached Microsoft Official Curriculum Course Outline Textbook: Required: Microsoft Corporation (Author) 2153 Supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure (Title) Microsoft Corporation 2153A (Publisher) (Edition) Other Reference Materials/ Supplies: None Methods of Instruction: A. Explain using a variety of instructional technologies the designing of a network infrastructure B. Demonstrate the procedures required for successful integration of infrastructure services C. Practice skills by demonstrating competence the tools and utilities required for integration D. Evaluate knowledge and skill level through computer adaptive testing and troubleshooting Methods of Evaluation: Grading Policy A. Methods of Evaluation 1. Lecture activities from the Microsoft Official Curriculum evaluated based on the students’ successful completion and competence with the subject matter 2. Computer Based Test, including multiple choice, scenario, case study, simulation, and select and place questions, rated on the students’ competence level and understanding of technical procedures 3. Focus reports on specific subject areas evaluated based on the students’ ability to synthesize subject material and writing ability 4. Presentations by the students’ regarding the focus report topics evaluated based upon successful completion
    • B. Frequency of Evaluation 1. 23 lecture activities 2. Computer Based Testing Score 3. 2 focus reports 4. 1 Presentation Example of Assignments: Please see attached material from the Microsoft Official Curriculum for this course (see attached) 1. Lecture: Module 2: Automating Internet Protocol (IP) Address Assignment 2. Lecture Activity / Lab: Installing the DHCP Server Service; Authorizing the DHCP Server 3. Focus Report on a specific topic discussed in lecture in order to develop the technical writing and critical thinking skills of the student MCSE 103 (New) – 4/24/00
    • Preliminary Course Syllabus Supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure Course No. 2153 • Five days • Instructor-led Because some parts of the course are currently being developed, some elements of this syllabus are subject to change. his course is for new- T Prerequisites This course is intended for new- to-product support This course requires that students meet the following to-product support professionals professionals who will prerequisites: who will be responsible for be responsible for supporting a Microsoft Windows installing, configuring, • Successful completion of course 2152, Supporting 2000 network infrastructure, managing and Windows 2000 Professional and Server, or equivalent skills supporting a network and knowledge, including the ability to: and for those who are on the infrastructure that uses • Install or upgrade to Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Certified Systems the Microsoft® Engineer (MCSE) Windows 2000 • Configure the Windows 2000 environment Windows® 2000 certification track. Server products. It also • Provide access to resources by configuring use accounts provides students with • Manage access to resources by using groups This course syllabus should be the prerequisite • Configure disks and partitions used to determine whether the knowledge and skills • Manage data by configuring New Technology file course is appropriate for the required for system (NTFS) course 2154, student, based on current skills • Control access to resources by sharing files and folders Implementing and and technical training needs. Administering • Configure printing Technical information is provided Microsoft Windows • Configure connectivity for network clients on the intended audience, course 2000 Directory • Optimize and maintain Windows 2000 prerequisites, covered topics, Services. • Secure the Windows 2000 environment lab exercises, course materials, • Manage software and software. At Course • Implement disaster protection Completion • Configure Windows 2000 for mobile computing Course content, prices, and At the end of the • Install and configure Terminal Services availability are subject to course, students will • Implement Windows 2000 in specific network roles change without notice. be able to configure the DHCP Server The course materials, lectures, and lab exercises are in service; configure the DNS Server service; configure WINS; English. To benefit fully from our instruction, students need configure network security protocols; configure the an understanding of the English language and completion of Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access; manage and troubleshoot Routing and Remote Access configuration; the prerequisites. integrate Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) with Routing and Remote Access; configure Course Materials and Software connectivity between network segments; configure Internet The course materials are yours to keep. access for a network; configure a Web server; configure a Remote Installation Services (RIS) server; integrate network You will be provided with the following software for use in services; manage the operation of a Windows 2000 network the classroom: from a central location; identify and resolve network connectivity problems by using Windows 2000 • Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server troubleshooting tools and utilities; and enable network connectivity among NetWare, Macintosh, and UNIX networks. Microsoft Certified Professional Exams This course helps you prepare for the following Microsoft Certified Professional exam: • Exam 20-216: Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
    • Course Outline • Implementing a Networking Infrastructure Using Microsoft Windows 2000 Day 1 Labs: Installing the DNS Server and Configuring a Zone Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Configuring a Secondary Zone Networking Infrastructure Skills: Topics: After completing this module, students will be able to: Overview of the Windows 2000 Networking • Explain DNS concepts. Infrastructure • Install the DNS Server service. Identifying Network Components • Configure a zone. Analyzing Network Communications Processes • Configure the zone transfer process. • Configure a zone for the root domain. Skills: • Delegate authority for a zone. After completing this module, students will be able to: • Configure a caching-only server. • Define components of a network infrastructure. • Monitor DNS. • Identify the processes computers use to communicate • Configure DNS using scripts. over a network. Module 2: Automating Internet Protocol (IP) Address Day 2 Assignment Module 4: Implementing Name Resolution Using Topics: WINS Overview of DHCP Installing DHCP Server Service Topics: Configure the DHCP Server Service Overview of WINS Integrating DHCP Configuring a WINS Server Supporting DHCP Configuring WINS Clients Configuring WINS Replication Labs: Supporting Non-WINS Clients Installing the DHCP Sever Service Monitoring WINS Authorizing the DHCP Server Maintaining the WINS Database Skills: Lab: After completing this module, students will be able to: • Define DHCP Installing and Configuring WINS • Install the DHCP Server service. Skills: • Configure the DHCP Server service. After completing this module, students will be able to: • Integrate DHCP in a routed environment. • Enable Windows 2000-based computers to connect to • Maintain and troubleshoot DHCP. NetBIOS-based networks. • Explain WINS name resolution. Module 3: Implementing Name Resolution Using • Install WINS. DNS • Configure WINS clients to control the NetBIOS name resolution process. Topics: • Configure WINS replication. Overview of DNS • Configure support for non-WINS clients. Installing the DNS Server Service • Monitor WINS. Configuring the DNS Server Service • Maintain the WINS database. Reducing Network Traffic by Configuring a Caching- only Server Monitoring the DNS Server Service For a referral to a Microsoft Certified Technical Education Center in your area, call (800) SOLPROV. Call your local Microsoft Certified Technical Education Center for more information and to register for classes.
    • Course Outline • Implementing a Networking Infrastructure Using Microsoft Windows 2000 Module 5: Configuring Network Traffic Security and Skills: Cross-Platform Authentication After completing this module, students will be able to: Topics: • Configure outbound connections. Public Key Infrastructure • Configure inbound connections. Configuring Certificate Services Creating and Managing Certificates Day 3 Using Certificates Configuring Active Directory for Certificates Module 7: Supporting Remote Access to a Network Troubleshooting Certificate Services Implementing Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) Topics: Configuring Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Managing Routing and Remote Access Protocol (TCP/IP) for Server Security Troubleshooting Routing and Remote Access Troubleshooting Network Protocol Security Labs: Labs: Creating Inbound and Outbound Virtual Private Network Installing Certificate Services and Creating a Certificate (VPN) Connections Troubleshooting Remote Access Authority Connection Problems Creating and Testing IPsec Policies For Computers Skills: Skills: After completing this module, students will be able to: After completing this module, students will be able to: • Manage Routing and Remote Access. • Define Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) concepts. • Troubleshoot Routing and Remote Access. • Configure certificate services. • Create and manage certificates. Module 8: Extending Remote Access Capabilities • Use certificates. Using RADIUS • Configure Active Directory for certificates. • Troubleshoot certificate services. Topics: • Implement IPSec. Overview of RADIUS • Configure TCP/IP for server security. Configuring Authentication and Accounting • Troubleshoot network protocol security. Lab: Configuring Authentication and Logging Capabilities For Module 6: Configuring Remote Access to a Network Windows 2000 Remote Access Topics: Skills: Configuring Outbound Connections After completing this module, students will be able to: Configuring Inbound Connections • Define the role of RADIUS in a network. Lab: • Identify usage scenarios for RADIUS. Configure a Server As a Remote Access Server and a • Configure RADIUS authentication. Remote Access Client • Configure RADIUS accounting.
    • Course Outline • Implementing a Networking Infrastructure Using Microsoft Windows 2000 Module 9: Configuring Windows 2000 as a Network Skills: Router After completing this module, students will be able to: Topics: • Describe the options for connecting a network to the Overview of Routing Internet. Enabling IP Routing • Use a router to configure Internet access. • Use connection-sharing to configure Internet access. Configuring IP Routing Configuring TCP/IP Filtering Module 11: Configuring a Web Server Implementing Demand-Dial Routing Monitoring IP Routing Topics: Integrating Windows 2000 Routers into an Existing Internet Information Services (IIS) Overview Network Infrastructure Preparing for an IIS Installation Installing IIS Labs: Configuring a Web Site Configuring a Windows 2000 Router Administering IIS Configuring Router Information Exchange Troubleshooting IIS Troubleshooting Network Routing Problems Lab: Skills: Installing IIS and Establishing a Web Site After completing this module, students will be able to: • Explain routing concepts. Skills: • Enable IP routing. After completing this module, students will be able to: • Configure IP Routing. • Explain the purpose and use of IIS. • Configure Routing Information Protocol (RIP) for IP • Plan an IIS installation. Routing. • Describe the two methods for installing IIS. • Configure Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) for IP • Configure a Web site. routing. • Administer IIS. • Configure TCP/IP Filtering. • Troubleshoot IIS. • Implement Demand-Dial Routing. • Monitor IP routing. • Integrate Software Routing into Existing Networks. Module 12: Deploying Windows 2000 Professional • Configure Quality of Service (QoS) Settings. Using Remote Installation Services Topics: Day 4 RIS Overview Installing RIS Module 10: Configuring Internet Access for a Configuring RIS Network Configuring Remote Installations Installing Windows 2000 Professional on a Client Topics: Computer by Using RIS Connecting a Network to the Internet Configuring Internet Access Labs: Installing and Using RIS Lab: Installing Windows 2000 Professional Using RIS Designing Routing Tables For Internet Connections
    • Course Outline • Implementing a Networking Infrastructure Using Microsoft Windows 2000 (Module 12 continued) Module 14: Managing a Windows 2000 Network Skills: After completing this module, students will be able to: Topics: • Explain the purpose and benefits of Remote Managing a Windows 2000 Network Installation Service (RIS). Performing Administrative Tasks Remotely • Install RIS on a server. Using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) • Configure RIS. • Configure remote installations. Labs: • Install Windows 2000 on a desktop by using RIS. Installing and Configuring Terminal Services For Remote Administration Installing and configuring SNMP Day 5 Skills: Module 13: Integrating Windows 2000 Network After completing this module, students will be able to: Services • Describe the process for managing a Windows 2000 network. Topics: • Perform administrative tasks on remote computers by Advantages of Integrating Network Services using Terminal Services. Configuring DHCP for DNS integration • Describe SNMP as a protocol for exchanging Configuring Routing and Remote Access for DHCP administrative and support information among network Integration devices. Configuring WINS and DNS Configuring WINS clients to forward NetBIOS name Module 15: Troubleshooting Windows 2000 Network queries to DNS Services Labs: Topics: Configuring DHCP Troubleshooting Network Connectivity Problems Configuring a DNS Server for Dynamic DNS Updates Monitoring the Network Skills: Labs: After completing this module, students will be able to: Using TCP/IP Utilities • Explain the benefits of integrating network services. Skills: • Configure DHCP for DNS integration. After completing this module, students will be able to: • Configure Routing and Remote Access for DHCP • Explain how to systematically troubleshoot network integration. connectivity problems. • Configure WINS and DNS. • Use Windows 2000 utilities to monitor the network.
    • Course Outline • Implementing a Networking Infrastructure Using Microsoft Windows 2000 Module 16: Configuring Network Connectivity Lab: Between Microsoft Windows 2000 and Other Configuring Servers To Allow Connectivity to Novell Operating Systems NetWare Networks Topics: Skills: Configuring Access to Netware Resources After completing this module, students will be able to: Providing Macintosh Users with Access to • Install and configure network services for Netware. Windows 2000 Resources • Install and configure network services for Macintosh. Configuring Interoperability Between Windows 2000 and • Install and configure network services for Systems IBM Hosts Network Architecture (SNA). Configuring Access to UNIX Resources • Configure services for UNIX. © 1999 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Some elements of this course syllabus are subject to change. This document is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS DOCUMENT. Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other trademarks referenced are property of their respective owners. 1099