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COMPLETE COURSE CIS206 COMPLETE COURSE

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CIS 206 Week 1 iLab 1: Identifying System Components and Resources

Scenario/Summary
TCO: 1 Given a computer system diagram, list the common input devices, output devices, and other associated ports, such as AT Keyboard/ 5pin DIN, Printer/25 Pin Parallel port LPT1, Monitor/15pin VGA port, etc.

You have just been hired by ABC Inc. They received a shipment of new PCs 10 months before you were hired, but all the documentation has been misplaced. You will need to identify the resources assigned to each system component. Using the device manager in Windows, document the information on the following resources and be sure to include all resources (DMA channel, I/O Addresses, interrupt Request and Memory information). Note: not all devices require all four types of resources.
1 PS2 mouse 1 Keyboard 1 Display Adapter 1 Floppy Drive (if available) 1 LPT Printer Port 1 Network Card Com Ports (if available)
Deliverables
Desired (Lab) Learning Outcome: After completing the lab, you should be able to successfully identify the components on the physical machines by using device manager or other Windows based Utilities.
You are required to complete the Lab Report Template listed in step one of this page. In addition, you must submit along with the lab report template a screen shot of each component and its resources.
Note: You will be graded based on the steps and tasks you complete successfully. Credit will be given for partial completions of steps.
Important:
All iLabs must be submitted following iLabTechnicalReportTemplate document and the report file must be dropped into the corresponding bascket in the drop box!
After finishing the steps below, you have to submit your iLab in MS Word or any other equivalent format. Always refer to TechnicalReportsWriting:iLabs and Projects for more details about Technical Reports Writings.
STEP 1: Accessing the Windows desktop
After successfully launching the virtual lab environment, you will be prompted for login credentials. The appropriate login for this lab is Administrator with the password of password in lowercase.
If you need a refresher on how to access the lab environment, see the Course Home iLab tab - Tutorials Section there is a video FAQ on how to login into the lab environment.
STEP 2: Launching the device manager
There are multiple ways to access the device manager. For the purpose of this lab, we will access the device manager via the "My computer" icon on the desktop. Begin by right-clicking on the "My computer" icon. Choose properties from the menu. The system properties window will appear; from here, choose the hardware tab and then click on the device manager button.
STEP 3: Identifying devices and system resources
At this point you are ready to begin identifying the different devices and the resources assigned to them. Before beginning, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the different views available in device manager. For example, click on the view menu tab and navigate through the different views. You can view the devices by type and connection, or the resources by type and connection. You will need to determine which view provides the best information to meet the objectives of this lab.
STEP 4: Capturing screen shots and Documenting your iLab:
In order to complete this lab you will need to submit screen shots of each device and resources being used by the device.
STEP 5: Exiting the lab
Once you have successfully completed the required work, exit from the device manager utility. You can now end the virtual lab session. Once you have completed the lab report, submit it to the week 1 iLabdropbox.

CIS 206 iLab 2: Backing up and Restoring Data

Scenario/Summary
TCO 6: Given a computer system, create a maintenance plan that specifies proper maintenance procedures and schedules and addresses disaster planning, backups, restores, component cleanings, hardware and software upgrades, and expansions.
You have been hired by 123 Lawyers Inc. to ensure that a daily backup of the files on the local hard drives of their Windows XP Professional machines is being conducted. Each computer is equipped with a new internal tape drive. You must use the Windows Backup utility to successfully perform a backup of the data on the users local hard drive.
The following link will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to use the Windows Backup tool to perform a backup. You will also find at the bottom of the page a video demonstrating how to use the backup utility to backup selected files and folders.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308422/
The following link will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to use the Windows Backup tool to restore data. You will also find at the bottom of the page a video demonstrating how to use the backup utility to restore data.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309340/EN-US/
Deliverables
Desired (Lab) Learning Outcome: After completing this lab, you will successfully be able to perform Normal/Full, Incremental, and Differential backups and restoration of data using the Microsoft Windows Backup utility.
Note: You will be graded based on the steps and tasks you complete successfully. Credit will be given for partial completions of steps.

Important: 
All iLabs must be submitted following iLabTechnicalReportTemplate document and the report file must be dropped into the corresponding bascket in the drop box!
After finishing the steps below, you have to submit your iLab in MS Word or any other equivalent format. Always refer toTechnicalReportsWriting:iLabs and Projects for more details about Technical Reports Writings.
L A B S T E P S
STEP 1: Accessing the virtual lab environment and scheduling the lab
Access the virtual lab environment and schedule the Backing up and restoring data lab for week 3. 
Important: All iLabs must be submitted using the iLabTechnicalReportTemplate to the lab Dropbox for credit.
STEP 2: Accessing the Windows XP Professional machine and launching the backup utility (5 points)
At the Logon to Windows dialog box, type Administrator in the User name text box if necessary. In the Password text box, type password.Click Start, select Programs, select Accessories, select System Tools, and then click Backup. In the Backup or Restore Wizard dialog box that opens, click the Advanced Mode link to access the complete functionality of the Backup program. The Backup utility window appears. Take a screen shot of this portion.
STEP 3: Selecting the files for backup
Click the Backup tab. Click the plus sign (+) next to Local Disk (C:) to expand its contents. Click the plus sign (+) next to Windows to expand its contents. Click the plus sign (+) next to system32 to expand its contents. Click the config folder to view its contents. Click the check box next to config to select the entire folder for backup. Take a screen shot of this portion.
STEP 4: Selecting the destination location for the backup (5 points)
In the Backup media or file name text box, type c:\backup-config.bkf, and then click the Start Backup button. For the purpose of this lab we will be using the c: drive in place of an actual tape drive. In the Backup Job Information dialog box, review the details provided, and then click theAdvanced button. Take a screen shot of this portion.
STEP 5: Setting the backup options and starting the job
In the Advanced Backup Options window, check the Verify data after backup check box. Click the Backup Type drop-down menu to view available backup options, but be sure that settings are left in the Normal configuration setting. Click OK. Click the Start Backup button. Once started, the Backup Progress window appears. You do not need to take a screen shot of this portion.
STEP 6: Verifying the backup job
Once the backup is complete, click the Report button. Take a screen shot of this portion and then close the backup01.log window (the number following the name of your log file may be different). Close the Backup Progress window.
STEP 7: Scheduling the restore job
Note: In order to successfully complete the restore portion of the lab, you must schedule the restore job immediately following the backup job. Keep in mind that your session is virtual. If you leave the lab and reenter, your backup job will not exist. Click on theRestore and Manage Media Tab. Click the plus sign (+) next to File to expand its contents. Click the plus sign (+) next to c:\backup-config.bkf to expand its contents. Click the check box next to config to select the entire folder for restore. Verify that the restore files to original location option is selected. Take a screen shot of this portion and then click on the start restore button.
STEP 8: Verifying the restore job
Once the restore is complete, click the Report button. Take a screen shot of this portion and then close the backup01.log window (the number following the name of your log file may be different). Close the Backup Progress window. For a demonstration on how to backup and restore files using the Microsoft Windows backup utility, view the week 3 lab video.
STEP 9: Exiting the virtual lab
Once you have successfully completed the required work, close the Backup Utility window. You can now end the virtual lab session. Once you have completed the lab report, submit it to the Week 3 iLabdropbox.

Important: All iLabs must be submitted using the iLabTechnicalReportTemplate to the lab Dropbox for credit.

CIS 206 iLab 4: Working with Directories

L A B O V E R V I E W
Scenario/Summary
TCO 9: Given a business requirement requiring the writing of a script or a command file, develop a script or command program that meets the specified business requirement for either a Microsoft or a UNIX family operating system.
TCO 10: Given a computing environment using multiple operating systems, prepare a presentation that compares and contrasts the resource management functions of Microsoft and UNIX family operating systems including file system management, memory management, and kernels and shells in both the GUI and the CLI environments.
This lab will have you help you familiarize yourself with the Linux directory structure. You will create and delete a series of files and directories using the vim Editor. To complete the lab, perform the steps listed in the eBook's Chapter 4 and 5, listed below in each step of the lab. Submit a series of screen captures as proof of successful completion of lab activities.
Deliverables
Desired (Lab) Learning Outcome: After completing this lab, you will able to successfully use vim Editor to:
Display files and directories Create directories Remove directories Copy, move, rename and delete files using the cp, mv, and rm commands Searching for files using the find command
Note: You will be graded based on the steps and tasks you complete successfully. Credit will be given for partial completions of steps.

Important: 
All iLabs must be submitted following iLabTechnicalReportTemplate document and the report file must be dropped into the corresponding bascket in the drop box!
After finishing the steps below, you have to submit your iLab in MS Word or any other equivalent format. Always refer toTechnicalReportsWriting:iLabs and Projects for more details about Technical Reports Writings.
L A B S T E P S
STEP 1: Accessing the virtual lab environment and scheduling the lab
Access the virtual lab environment and schedule the Using the vim Editor in Linux lab for week 5. 

Important: All Labs must be submitted using the iLabTechnicalReportTemplate to the lab Dropbox for credit.
STEP 2: Access the command prompt
After successfully scheduling and launching the Using the vim Editor virtual lab, click on the begin lab button. The Red Hat Linux desktop will appear. To access the command prompt, click on the red hat icon and select system tools and then terminal. You may also access the command prompt by right clicking on the Red Hat Linux desktop and choosing terminal from the menu. Either method will allow you to access the command prompt. Note the command prompt will appear as [root@redhat root]#. Take a screen shot of this portion. For a demonstration on how to access the virtual lab Red Hat Linux command prompt and starting the vi editor, view the accessing vi editor video.
STEP 3: Using the ls command
In this step, you use the ls command to find information about the file systems on a RedHat Linux system. This step is activity 4-5 of your text. Refer to page 159 of your eBook for step-by-step instructions. Note: skip steps 1-4. These steps are not required, since you have a virtual lab platform. Begin with step 5 and take a screen shot of this portion. For a demonstration on how to perform this step, view the week 5 step 3 video.
STEP 4: Creating Directories
In this step, you use the mkdir command to create directories in a RedHat Linux directory structure. This step is activity 4-11 of your text. Refer to page 169 of your eBook for step-by-step instructions. Note: skip steps 1-4. These steps are not required, since you have a virtual lab platform. In step 5, type cd /home and press enter, this will place you in the home directory and your command prompt should now read[root@redhat root home]#. Begin with step 6 and take a screen shot of the different commands as you complete them. For a demonstration on how to perform this step, view the week 5 step 4 video.
STEP 5: Removing Directories (10 points)
In this step, you use the rmdir command to create directories in a RedHat Linux directory structure. This step is activity 4-14 of your text. Refer to page 175 of your eBook for step-by-step instructions. Note: skip steps 1-4. These steps are not required, since you have a virtual lab platform. In step 5, type cd /home and press enter, this will place you in the home directory and your command prompt should now read [root@redhat root home]#. Begin with step 6 and take a screen shot of the different commands as you complete them. Corrections for this activity, your activity states that using the rmdirmynewdir/myseconddir command will remove both directories. This is not correct, this command will only remove the myseconddir. You will need to type rmdirmynewdir to remove the mynewdir directory. For a demonstration on how to perform this step, view the week 5 step 5 video.
STEP 6: Working with files
In this step, you use the rmdir command to create directories in a RedHat Linux directory structure. This step is activity 4-17 of your text. Refer to page 185 of your eBook for step-by-step instructions. Note: skip steps 1-5. These steps are not required, since you have a virtual lab platform. In step 6, type cd /home and press enter, this will place you in the home directory and your command prompt should now read [root@redhat root home]#. Begin with step 6 and take a screen shot of the different commands as you complete them. Corrections for this activity, your activity states to use the command mv mynewfile /home/User01/myfourthdir. This is not correct. This command must be typed using the following syntax mv mynewfile /home/myfourthdir . You will also receive the following warning after completing step 16 of activity4-17, rm: remove regular file 'mynewfile'?, type yes and press enter. For a demonstration on how to perform this step, view the week 5 step 6 video.
STEP 7: Finding files
In this step, you use the rmdir command to create directories in a RedHat Linux directory structure. This step is activity 5-15 of your text. Refer to page 242 of your eBook for step-by-step instructions. Note: skip steps 1-4. These steps are not required, since you have a virtual lab platform. In step 5, type cd /home instead of cd /home/User01 and press enter, this will place you in the home directory and your command prompt should now read [root@redhat root home]#. Begin with step 7 and take a screen shot of the different commands as you complete them. Note: pressing ctrl c, will allow you to escape from any of the commands you enter. For a demonstration on how to perform this step, view the week 5 step 7 video.
STEP 8: Exiting the virtual lab
Once you have successfully completed the required work, close the terminal session of your Red Hat Linux. You can now end the virtual lab session. Once you have completed the lab report and attached your screenshots, submit it to the week 5 iLabdropbox.

CIS 206 iLab 4: Red Hat Linux Installation

CIS 206 iLab 4: Red Hat Linux Installation

CIS 206 iLab 4: Windows XP Professional Installation

CIS 206 iLab 4: Windows XP Professional Installation

CIS 206 iLab 5: Using the Vim editor

CIS 206 iLab 5: Using the Vim editor

CIS 206 iLab 6: Staying Current and Troubleshooting Windows XP

CIS 206 iLab 6: Staying Current and Troubleshooting Windows XP

CIS 206 Case Study 2-4 Discussing How Applications Interact with Operating Systems

You have been asked to prepare a short lecture for users in the Accounting Department. They have expressed interest in learning more about how the operating system supports the applications they use. Your boss would like to review your lecture notes prior to the class, so you need to save them to a document. Your notes should provide details of your lecture.

CIS 206 Case Study 2-3 Discussing the Functions of an Operating System

You have been selected to present a short talk on the functions of an operating system for the weekly tech meeting. To support your talk, you must prepare a handout for the attendees. The handout should summarize the information that you have learned about this topic.

CIS 206 Case Study 8-2 Researching Background and Font Combinations in Fedora Core 4

Case 8-2: Researching Background and Font Combinations in Fedora Core 4 You have been asked to prepare a presentation on the poor choices users make when working with desktop backgrounds and fonts. For your presentation, you need to research three different background choices, each with a different font. Your presentation should include information about font size and icons, how they look with different backgrounds, and how different backgrounds work with the fonts. Can you still read the text? Is it too narrow or thick? Is an icon hidden by the background? You should also include tips for choosing backgrounds and fonts

CIS 206 Case Study 8-3 Connecting to Remote Shares Using UNCs

Susan asks if there is a quick way to connect to the Project folder on the FileSvr001 server without using My Network Places. Tell Susan how to connect to the remote share.


CIS 206 Final Exam

1. (TCO 1) UNIX (the predecessor of Linux) was originally developed by _____. (Points : 6)
2. (TCO 2) The _____ is the core component of the Linux operating system
3. (TCO 2) A Linux _____ Partition is the partition that is used as virtual memory on the hard d
1. (TCO 6) After connecting to an FTP site, the ______ command will toggle off the Interactive messages during file transfer
2. (TCO 6) After connecting to an FTP site, the _____ command will download multiple files.
3. (TCO 6) Name a protocol listed below that is connection-oriented
4. (TCO 5) Select the UNIX command used to generate a private and a public key for encrypting and decrypting files using secure shell (SSH).
5. (TCO 5) What is the name of the stable and reliable firewall daemon that is freely available in every version of Linux
6. (TCO 5) As a security measure, all TCP services are protected by TCP wrappers. What two files make up TCP wrappers
7. (TCO 5) The Linux firewall daemon iptables can enforce rules on all the following chains except _____.
8. (TCO 4) For security reasons, _____ is the name of the file that holds each user’s actual encrypted password
9. (TCO 4) In a file permissions, if a permission is unavailable or not assigned, a(n) _____ character replaces its position in the displayed permissions
10. (TCO 4) When using the chmod command in numeric mode, the permissions rw- can be represented by the number
11. (TCO 4) After the user is created, the content of the _____ directory is copied to the new users’ home directory
1. (TCO 7) In the Linux sudoers configuration file, which of the following lines will give the user student the right to execute the service command
2. (TCO 7) Unix services whose file name end in a d, such as dhcpd, xinetd, smtpd, httpd, etc. indicate that the particular file is a _____.
3. (TCO 7) Which one of the following Linux commands will allow you to view the Windows shares on a computer named winclient10 as the user smbuser
4. (TCO 7) What is the path and name for the directory where you can place scripts that will automatically run every hour
5. (TCO 6) What is the name of the UDP protocol that automatically provides TCP/IP host configuration information to PCs, and what UDP port numbers does it use
6. (TCO 5) What is the command required to create a set of public and private keys that can be used by SSH (secure shell)
7. (TCO 4) What is the name of the path and filename for the file that contains encrypted passwords for Linux users
8. (TCO 3) What is the single command that will display all files in the /bin directory that begin with the letters a, b, or c ) assuming /root is the current directory
9. (TCO 2) What is the core component of the Linux operating system called
10. (TCO 1) What is software called that is distributed free of charge, but without the sourcecode provided

CIS 206 All iLabs: Devry University

CIS 206 All iLabs: Devry University

CIS206 COMPLETE COURSE CIS206 COMPLETE COURSE

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