INT-2312 - Windows Active Directory

Students will analyze business and technical requirements, identifying current and future enterprise needs to design an Active Directory services infrastructure. Students will learn the fundamental skills necessary to install and administer an Active directory service infrastructure. Topics covered include assessing the impact of Active Directory services on existing systems and processes, creating and implementing a forest model and schema modification plan, defining and naming domains, managing Active Directory users, computer and group accounts, designing site topology, and developing the structure of organizational units. Formerly taught as both CIS-2330 and CIS-2350. Students who have completed either CIS 2330 or CIS 2350 may not receive credit for INT-2312. 2 class/2 lab hours
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Information Technology
Department
Information & Engineering Tech
Credits
3
Corequisites
None
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