NWIT 203 - Microsoft Windows Server
Introduction to the concepts and skills necessary to support the current Windows server operating system. Enterprise server systems areas include installation, administration, and troubleshooting. Designed for students on the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer Track, this course provides them with the knowledge and skills required for NWIT 204 and helps prepare them for Microsoft Professional Certification for installing, configuring, and administering the current version of Microsoft Windows. PREREQUISITE(S): NWIT 151 or NWIT 170 or consent of department. Three hours each week. Formerly NW 203.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Explain the purpose and functions of an operating system and identify different operating systems.
- Use the command line to manage a computer system.
- Install the windows operating system, utilize the user interface to issue commands, and run applications.
- Explain files, as well as their location, storage, use and attributes.
- Identify basic concepts and procedures for creating and managing files and directories.
- Do basic disk management including management utilities, backup and recovery, formatting, partitioning, de-fragmentation, and scandisk.
- Create batch files.
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