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Essentials of Microsoft Networking

Essentials of Microsoft Networking

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Essentials of Microsoft Networking: Second Edition 
Course specifications
Course number: 044 062 Maps to: Microsoft Course:Software version number: 4.0 Networking Essentials:Second EditionCourse length: 3 days Exam #: 70-058 
Course description 
Students will learn the fundamentals of networking and the basics of managing anetwork. 
Windows NT 4.0 User Orientation
Windows 9x User Orientation
or equivalent knowledge. 
Students will learn how networks are built and how to set up, configure, andmanage them. 
Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should be comfortable using a computer and be familiar with the Windows 9x user interface. Experience troubleshooting andsupporting personal computers and the use of network resources would be helpful, though isnot required. 
What's next:
Essentials of Microsoft Networking: Second Edition
is the first course in thisseries.
Windows NT 4.0 System Administration
, the next course in this series, teachesstudent how to administer Windows NT systems. Students who want to learn advancedfeatures can take
Windows NT Server 4.0 Advanced Server Series.
Essentials of Microsoft Networking: Second Edition 
Performance-based objectives
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide ameans to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be ableto: * Understand general networking concepts, including being able to define whatcomputer network is, describe the components of a network, compare the threeprimary network-processing strategies, and list the components of a Microsoftnetwork.* Identify the layers of the OSI Reference Model and describe the purpose of thismodel in relation to network architecture.* Compare bounded and unbounded data-transmission media, identify media andconnector types, distinguish between analog and digital signaling, and comparebaseband and broadband transmissions—all functions of the Physical layer of theOSI Reference Model.* Characterize the role of network adapters in data transmissions, describe media-access control methods, and identify the characteristics of common networktopologies—all functions of the Physical and Data Link layers of the OSI ReferenceModel.* Identify common protocols and describe their function in a network, compare the four major network architectures, and identify the components used in LAN expansion—all functions of the Network layer of the OSI Reference Model.* Consider addressing issues, segmenting process, and connection services, describethe communication session management process, and compare the datarepresentation methods, including translation types and encryption methods, used innetworks—all functions of the Transport, Session, and Presentation layers of the OSIReference Model.* Identify and describe the uses of network operating systems—all functions of theApplication layer of the OSI Reference Model.* Recognize how the network layers communicate using the OSI Reference Model.* Describe the advantages and disadvantages of using network applications andprinting services, identify the implications of using network applications, printdocuments, and manage a print queue in a networked environment.* Identify the duties of a network administrator, describe the installation process for Windows NT, create and manage network accounts, monitor network performance,recognize the role of network security and list ways to secure network data, andidentify methods for avoiding data loss.* Name and classify the common technologies associated with long-haulcommunication lines and remote access services.* Describe a general troubleshooting strategy, recognize common diagnostic tools andresources, document a network, identify common power and cabling problems andtheir associated solutions.* Recite the history and organization of the Internet and be able to list some Internetresources valuable to a network administrator.* List the objectives of the Microsoft 70-058 certification exam for which this courseprepares students and describe the process by which they can become certified byMicrosoft.
Essentials of Microsoft Networking: Second Edition 
Course content 
Lesson 1: Overview of Microsoft networking
Examining network basicsNetwork processing strategiesOverview of Microsoft networks 
Lesson 2: Introduction to the OSI Reference Model
An overview of the OSI Reference Model 
Lesson 3: The physical media
Data-transmission mediaUnbounded mediaSignalingSignal transmissions 
Lesson 4: Data transmission
Network adaptersPutting data on the cableNetwork topologies 
Lesson 5: Network design
ProtocolsNetwork architecturesCreating larger networks 
Lesson 6: Transport, Session, and Presentation layer services
Communication issuesManaging a communication sessionResolving data representation differences 
Lesson 7: Network operating system
Network operating systems 
Lesson 8: Layered communications in the OSI Model
How network layers communicate 
Lesson 9: Network applications and printing
Implementing network applicationsNetwork printing 
Lesson 10: Administering a network
An overview of the installation processManaging network accountsMonitoring network performanceEnhancing network data securityAvoiding data loss

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