CSE-240 - Windows Server Administration

3 credits

This course will show the student how to plan the network infrastructure around features supported by Windows Server 2008. Issues such as network protocols and services are compared based on the requirements of the company or organization. In addition, the importance of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) for enterprise networks is emphasized. This includes using Domain Name System (DNS), Network Address Translation (NAT), Network Access Protection (NAP), Certificate Services, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Active Directory. The student will also learn how to configure, manage, secure, and troubleshoot features and services for operating systems, including routing and remote access, file services, print services, updating and storage. A three-hour lab component is included to give hands-on experience with these topics. Three hours lecture.

Prerequisite(s): CSE-140;

Corequisite(s): CSE 240L 

Previously known as: CSET-445