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Enterprise Network Server Administration

Overview of the unit

Unit code: TNE30018

Duration: 1 teaching period

About this unit

The aim of this unit is to establish the skills and understanding required to design and configure a Windows server based enterprise network,and to build the skills required to design, configure and manage a single domain network.

Content

Topics may include:

  • deploying and maintaining server images
  • advanced network services, DHCP and DNS
  • active directory domain services, sites and replication
  • group policy infrastructure
  • network policy server and network access protection
  • update management
  • advanced file services
  • active directory certificate services
  • active directory rights management services
  • active directory federation services
  • high availability with network load balancing and failover clustering.

This unit is found in the Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology.

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