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NETW 230 Week 1 Quiz

(TCO 1) _____ is the ability to increase the access to server resources and provide fail-safe services by linking two or more discrete computer systems so they appear to function as though they are one.
(TCO 1) _____ is a minimum server configuration, designed to function in a fashion similar to traditional UNIX and Linux servers.
(TCO 1) The operating system kernel runs in _____ mode, which protects it from problems created by a malfunctioning program or process.
(TCO 1) _____ by a file system means that it tracks changes to files and keeps a record of these changes in a separate log file.
(TCO 1) The _____ role is central to implementing Active Directory and creating one or more domains.
(TCO 1) The _____ role is used to enable client computers to run services and software applications on the server instead of on the client

NETW 230 Week 3 Quiz

(TCO 7) _____ are stored as header information with each folder and file, along with other characteristics, including volume label, designation as a subfolder, date of creation, and time of creation.
(TCO 2) Folders and files can be encrypted or decrypted by using the _____ command in the Command Prompt window.
(TCO 3) To share a server folder, access the _____ tab in the folder properties dialog box and click the Share button (or from the Windows Explorer, right-click the folder and click Share).
(TCO 3) Windows Server 2008 offers _____ for compatibility with UNIX and Linux systems.
(TCO 3) _____ offers compatibility with Unix and Linux systems.
(TCO 2) _____ means that the same permissions are on a parent object.

NETW 230 Week 4 Quiz

(TCO 4) The computer or print server device offering the printer share is the network _____.
(TCO 4) When the spool file is fully formatted for transmission to the printer, the print _____ pulls it from the spooler’s disk storage and sends it off to the printer.
(TCO 4) The _____ tab of a printer’s Properties dialog box has options to specify which server port, such as LPT1, is used for the printer, as well as options to set up bidirectional printing and printer pooling.
(TCO 4) The _____ tool (also called the Print Management Console or PMC) centralizes shared printer control in one place, enabling printer administrators and operators to manage the print functions of some or all of the shared printers on a network.
(TCO 8) _____ is a process that blocks a group of tracks and sectors to be used by a particular file system, such as NTFS
(TCO 8) A(n) _____ partition is created from space that is not yet partitioned
(TCO 8) Disk _____ is a fault-tolerance method that prevents data loss by duplicating data from a main disk to a backup disk
(TCO 8) A _____ is a grouping of storage devices that forms a subnet

NETW 230 Week 5 Quiz

(TCO 1) The _____ DNS resource record spreads the load of DNS lookup requests among multiple DNS servers as a way to provide faster resolution for clients and better network response
(TCO 1) A(n) _____ DNS server contains a copy of the primary DNS server’s zone database but is not used for administration (is not authoritative).
(TCO 1) In exclusive forwarding, the DNS server that initially forwards the request is called a _____ DNS server
(TCO 1) _____ enables a Windows Server 2008 server with DHCP services to detect the presence of a new workstation and assign an IP address to that workstation
(TCO 1) The official standard for DHCPv6 is defined in Request for Comment _____.
(TCO 1) ASP.NET is part of _____

NETW 230 Week 6 Quiz

(TCO 9) _____ is a WAN communications technology that relies on packet switching and virtual connection techniques to transmit at rates from 56 Kbps to 45 Mbps
(TCO 9) _____ helps ensure that the amount of bandwidth increases to the maximum needed for the aggregated channels and reciprocally contracts as the need becomes less
(TCO 9) _____ is similar to BAP, but it selects a preferred client when two or more clients vie for the same bandwidth
(TCO 9) _____ enables authentication to take place before the Terminal Services connection is established, which thwarts would-be attackers
(TCO 9) _____ can provide security for all TCP/IP-based application and communications protocols, including FTP and HTTP, which are used in Internet transmissions
(TCO 9) _____ applications (or software) involves setting up software through a group policy so that the application is available for users to install from a central application distribution server, such as through the Add/Remove Programs capability via the user’s desktop
(TCO 9) To determine compliance, NAP uses a server that is a _____.
(TCO 9) The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) offers _____ as a wired and wireless authentication approach

NETW 230 Week 7 Quiz

(TCO 1) The best way to get a feel for a server’s performance is to establish a(n) _____ and then frequently monitor server performance
(TCO 5) The _____ process enables the Task Scheduler to run tasks when scheduled, such as backing up the system at a certain time
(TCO 5) A(n) _____ exists when there are different elements to monitor—such as individual processes when you use the Process object—or when a process contains multiple threads or runs subprocesses under it for the Thread object
(TCO 5) When you set up Active Directory, a domain controller is automatically set up with the _____ shared folder, which contains scripts, group policy objects (GPOs), and software distribution files
(TCO 6) The _____ command is used to partition a disk and to manage multiple partitions on a system
(TCO 6) A(n) _____ log tracks occurrences of specific operations, such as when a disk drive is added

NETW 230 Week 1 iLab 1 of 7: Basic Server Configuration

iLab 1 of 7: Basic Server Configuration
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
Remember This
Please Note: The time displayed at the start of the lab does not indicate the length of time it will take you to complete the lab. It represents the total time that network resources are reserved to you.

i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 1 iLab!
·         Basic Server Configuration (50 points)
In this lab, you will do some basic configuration of the server. After Windows Server 2008 is installed, you still have to set the time zone, configure networking, and change the computer name.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
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Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. This lab just requires a single screenshot but subsequent weeks will require quite a bit more work.
Here are some instructions on how to capture screenshots for your lab report.
1.      Complete the lab step that you would like to capture in a screenshot.
2.      Click on the server’s desktop that contains the window you want to capture.
3.      Hold down the ALT key and press the Print Screen key on your keyboard to copy it to your clipboard. On some keyboards, it is written as Print Scrn or PrtSc. Also, on some laptops you also have to hold down the Fn key.
4.      Click on your Lab Report (this document).
5.      Scroll to the point in the Lab Report where you what the screenshot to appear.
6.      Right-click and select Paste, or press Ctrl + V.
7.      Once your screenshot appears in your Lab Report, click on your lab and continue to the next step.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
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After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.

NETW 230 Week 2 iLab 2 of 7: Organizing Resources


iLab 2 of 7: Organizing Resources
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 2 iLab!
·         Install and Configure Active Directory (25 points)
·         Organize Users and Groups (25 points)
Now you have a server and a Windows 7 PC. You will install and configure Active Directory and add the Windows 7 PC to the domain. Then you will add users and groups. You will also see how to manage organizational units.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
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After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Understand the objectives and procedures for this lab by reading the Summary, Scenario, Suggested Approach, and Sample Solution in the Content area.
3.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
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When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 Week 3 iLab 3 of 7: Sharing Files and Implementing DFS

iLab 3 of 7: Sharing Files and Implementing DFS
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 3 iLab!
·         Sharing Files and DFS (50 points)
You will set folder permissions, prepare Windows 7 for accessing shared folders, share the folder, and then explore settings and the effects they have on Windows 7 users in different groups. Distributed File System (DFS) allows folders to be shared in a much better way by allowing for fault tolerance and being able to move shares without changing the mapping on the Windows 7 client.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
Description: Back to top
After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
Description: Back to top
When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 Week 4 iLab 4 of 7: Exploring Data Storage and Printers

iLab 4 of 7: Exploring Data Storage and Printers
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 4 iLab!
·         Exploring Data Storage and Printers (50 points)
You will explore the properties of drive c, use ckdsk to check for disk errors, and configure Windows Backup. You will share a printer on the server, allow the printer to be published in Active Directory, then access the printer from Windows 7.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
Description: Back to top
After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
Description: Back to top
When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 Week 5 iLab 5 of 7: DNS Configuration, Web Server, and DHCP

iLab 5 of 7: DNS Configuration, Web Server, and DHCP
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 5 iLab!
·         DNS Configuration, Web Server, and DHCP (50 points)
You are going to create a host name in a new DNS zone that is like a domain name. You will then add the web server role, create a web page, and access the page from Windows 7. You will also set up a DHCP server and test it from Windows 7.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
Description: Back to top
After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
Description: Back to top
When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 Week 6 iLab 6 of 7: Group Policy and VPN Server

iLab 6 of 7: Group Policy and VPN Server
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity:
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 6 iLab!
·         Group Policy and VPN Server (50 points)
You are going to use group policy to configure password and account lockout settings and then test the settings from Windows 7. You will also configure a VPN server.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
Description: Back to top
After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
Description: Back to top
When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 Week 6 iLab 6 of 7: Group Policy and VPN Server

iLab 6 of 7: Group Policy and VPN Server
i L A B A C C E S S

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity:
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 6 iLab!
·         Group Policy and VPN Server (50 points)
You are going to use group policy to configure password and account lockout settings and then test the settings from Windows 7. You will also configure a VPN server.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
Description: Back to top
After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
Description: Back to top
When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 Week 7 iLab 7 of 7: Event Viewer and Performance Monitor

Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW230 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW230 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity:
·         Schedule it. (Recommended)Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note: If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
i L A B O V E R V I E W

Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 7 iLab!
·         Event Viewer and Performance Monitor (50 points)
You will explore the event viewer and check the system log for errors. You will then explore the performance monitor and chart a variety of counters that are available. You will produce three different kinds of reports.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
i L A B S T E P S

STEP 1: Download the template
Description: Back to top
Download this week’s Lab Report Template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab.
The lab report template provides detailed instructions for completing your lab report.
STEP 2: Complete the lab work
Description: Back to top
After entering the main lab page, perform your lab.
1.      Ensure that you meet the system requirements for this lab and that you understand how to control the devices in the lab.
2.      Start your lab and complete each task by following the steps in the Sample Solution.
STEP 3: Submit your work
Description: Back to top
When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit your completed report to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this  Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 230 COMPLETE COURSE NETW230 COMPLETE COURSE

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