ISS 2204 - Network Systems Support

This course develops competencies in physically interconnecting multiple computers through network adapter cards and cabling which allow one computer to share specified resources, such as disk drives, printers, and modems, with other computers on the network. After learning how to design and create a network this course covers many topics of Microsoft's Windows Server and is designed to introduce students to basic and advanced configuration of a Network Operating System and how it is implemented on a network. Students will be given the opportunity to learn in a hands-on environment from installing the OS, configuring and troubleshooting network services, configuring and troubleshooting hardware devices and their drivers, managing the system performance and its reliability, managing data storage, troubleshooting network connections, and implementing, monitoring, and troubleshooting network security. PREREQUISITES: ISS 1206 A+ Preparation and Exam or consent of instructor.

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