Nov 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
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INT-2300 Windows Desktop Operating System


Credits 3
Students will learn basic Windows Desktop Operating System (OS) installation, configuration and administration. Topics covered include installing/configuring Windows Desktop Operating System, print services, NTFS file, folders and share permissions, hexadecimal, binary and decimal number conversion, folder sharing, remote control, create and manage local users and groups, troubleshooting Windows desktop OS, network protocol implementation, and basic system security.

 
Prerequisite(s): INT-1010   with grade of C or higher or permission of department chair.

 
Formerly  CIS-2300.
2 class/2 lab hours.
Course Outcomes

  1. Configure desktop operating systems.
  2. Configure networking.
  3. Configure Storage.
  4. Manage print services.
  5. Manage local users and groups.
  6. Manage shared and NTFS file and folder permissions.
  7. Configure remote management.
  8. Monitor performance.
  9. Configure System and Data Recovery.

 

 

 



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