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					          NSA 262 Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure
                      Syllabus and Course Outline

Course Title: NSA262 Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure

Course Schedule: Monday nights from 6:00pm until 9:40pm

Instructional Contact Hours: 44

Lecture Hours: 44

Lab Hours: None

Academic Credits Awarded: 4 Quarter Credits

Lab Requirements: None

Instructor: Stefen Brock

Instructor Contact Information:


Class Description-
This course is intended for new-to-product support professionals who are
responsible for installing, configuring, managing and supporting a network
infrastructure that uses the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Products. This
course gives the students the tools and knowledge needed to prepare for the
Microsoft Certification Exam 70-291 Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a
Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure.

Prerequisites: Administering Windows Client Operating Systems, NSA260 or
Administering Server Operating Systems, NSA261.

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Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to:
    Configure the DHCP Server service.
    Configure the DNS Server service.
    Configure WINS.
    Configure network security protocols.
    Configure network security by using Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
    Configure network security by using Internet Protocol Security (IPSec).
    Configure remote access to a network.
    Support remote access to a network.
    Extend remote access capabilities by using Internet authentication Service
    Configure Windows as a network router.
    Configure Internet access for a network.
    Configure a Web server.
    Deploy Windows Professional by using Remote Installation Services
    Manage a Windows network.
    Identify and resolve network connectivity problems by using Windows
      troubleshooting tools and utilities.
    Enable network connectivity between NetWare, Macintosh, and UNIX

Course Text: MOAC 70-291 Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a
Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Network Infrastructure Pkg, ISBN# 0-

Instructional Methods: Learning activities are designed to foster the attainment
of the course objectives. Classroom computer exercises, and lectures as well as
weekly computer assignments outside of the classroom will all serve to enhance
a student’s skills.

Requirements for Successful Completion and Evaluation:

Grading Breakdown:
In Class Participation & Professionalism     240 Pts (20 pts per class)
Homework                                     200 Pts (20 pts per class)
Exams                                        300 Pts
Hands-on FINAL EXAM                          100 Pts
FINAL EXAM                                   100 Pts

Class Total Possible Points                  940 Pts

Your score: Total points earned/Total Possible Points

Grading Scale:        A: 90-100; B: 80-89; C: 70-79; D: 65-69; F: below 65

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LRC Information: Hours 7:45 AM-9:30PM Mon-Thurs 7:45AM – 6:00 PM Fri
and Sat

Students with Special Needs: Any student who requires special
accommodations should contact the instructor (during office hours) by no later
than the second class meeting.

The Pacific Institute (TPI) Element: Daily WIIFM’s (What’s In It For Me) The
instructor will use examples throughout each meeting to relate the class content
to the student’s career field and everyday life.

Participation/Professionalism: A great deal of this class involves the student
participating in and developing his/her own success strategy. Students are
strongly encouraged to be here for every class.                  Participation and
Professionalism constitutes 20% of each student’s final grade.           In order to
receive full credit in this category, a student must be present and participate in all
sanctioned class activities for the entire class time.

Attendance Policy: As the principles of personal responsibility are at the
foundation of this curriculum, a no fault attendance policy is in place for this
class. The instructor will not decide if a student's absence from class is

It is, however, the responsibility of the student to notify the instructor        in
advance of any and all absences for which the student wishes make up

Any incidences where the instructor does not receive notification will be
treated as a NO CALL/ NO SHOW. *NOTE: Letters from Doctors or
Employers will not change this policy!

Internet Usage: There is to be no internet surfing during class unless instructed
by the instructor.

Tardiness: Students arriving more than 20 minutes late or leaving early are
responsible for notifying the instructor for the purposes of proper documentation.

Late Work: All assignments are due on the instructor’s desk at the beginning of
each class period. Students will be allowed to turn in no more than
two assignments beyond the due date.
1st late assignment will be assessed a 25% penalty per day late.
2nd late assignment will be assessed a 50% penalty per day late.

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Dress: In accordance with the Student Handbook, students are required to
dress in attire appropriate for a college classroom, and are to refrain from
wearing clothing that might be considered “distracting” to others in the classroom.
In addition, the curriculum has assignments in which a student’s professional
appearance will be evaluated as part of the overall grade of the assignment

Decorum: The following are some behaviors inappropriate for a college
*sleeping in class    *children in class        *unauthorized visitors
*rude behavior       * interrupting speakers *profane language

Cell phones: Cell phones provide no educational benefit to students or
instructors, but have proven to be a major distraction in class. Therefore, cell
phones should only interrupt class in the case of extreme emergency to human
life or limb. Students receiving emergency cell phone calls will be immediately
dismissed to handle any such emergencies.

Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism is defined as an act or instance of stealing or
passing off the ideas or words of another as one’s own, or to use a creative
production without crediting the source. Incidences of academic dishonesty will
result in severe penalty up to and including a failing grade for the course, as well
as being noted on the student’s permanent record. Additional incidences of
academic dishonesty could result in a student’s permanent expulsion from
Draughons Junior College.

Student Compliant/Grievance Procedure: A student may file a formal
complaint by completing a complaint form designed for this purpose. A copy of
this form is available from the Student Service Coordinator. The complete from
must be signed, dated, and returned to the Student Services Coordinator. The
complaint will be forwarded to the Director of Education for follow-up. A copy of
the resolved or unresolved complaint is discussed with the Campus Director for
final resolution. For student complaints or grievances not settled at the
institutional level, the student may contact the Kentucky State Board of
Proprietary Education, P.O. Box 1360, Frankfort, KY 406602. Students on all
campuses may also contact the Accrediting Counsel for Independent Colleges
and Schools (ACICS), 750 First Street, NE, Suite 980, Washington, DC 20002-

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NSA 262 Course Outline:

                                   Course Outline
        Meeting                         Topics                    Assignments
        Week 1              Overview of the Windows        Creating and Authorizing a
                            Network Infrastructure         DHCP Server
                            Installing the DHCP Service
        Week 2              Integrating DNS and DHCP       Maintaining and
                            Maintaining the WINS           Troubleshooting a DNS
                            Server Database                Server Installing and
                                                           Configuring WINS
        Week 3              Configuring Active Directory   Installing and Configuring
                            for Certificates               Certificate Services
                            Implementing IPSec             Configuring TCP/IP for
                                                           Secure Connections by
                                                           Using IPSec
        Week 4              Configuring Inbound            Configuring a VPN
                            Connections Examining          Connection Creating a
                            Remote Access Policies         Remote Access Policy and
        Week 5              Introduction to IAS            Configuring Internet
                                                           Authentication Service
        Week 6              Enabling Routing by Using      Configuring a Windows
                            Routing and Remote             Based Router
        Week 7              Configuring Internet Access    Configuring Internet Access
                            by Using a Router              by Using NAT
        Week 8              Preparing for an IIS           Install IIS.
        Week 9                                             Deploying Windows
                            RIS Overview                   Professional by Using
                                                           Remote Installation
       Week 10              Windows Administrative         Managing a Windows
                            Strategies Troubleshooting     Network Troubleshooting
                            Network Problems               Network Problems by Using
                                                           Network Monitor
        Week 11              Final
     (Instructor reserves the right to change class agenda at any point and time.)

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