MIS 431 – First Day.

Uploaded on:
MIS 431 – First Day Overseeing Neighborhood I (with Windows XP Expert and Windows 2003 Server) Course Review Syllabus online at http://misnt.indstate.edu/bjm/mis431.htm Course modules: Manufacture servers from segment parts! Introduce Windows XP Proficient, arrange peer system
Slide 1

MIS 431 – First Day Managing Local Area Networks I (with Windows XP Professional and Windows 2003 Server) MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 2

Course Overview Syllabus online at http://misnt.indstate.edu/bjm/mis431.htm Course modules: Build servers from segment parts! Introduce Windows XP Professional, arrange companion system Install Windows 2003 Server, design server system Configure Windows 2003 working framework Install and oversee printers Install and perform reinforcement to tape drive Install and arrange web server (IIS) Explore different Windows variants: NT, 2000 … MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 3

Course Requirements and Details Join examination amass now – see syllabus Email to listproc@lists.indstate.edu to join Subscribe mis431-L firstname lastname in body of the message Send letters to mis431-L@lists.indstate.edu to gathering Attendance is obliged consistently – get in touch with me Sign up for lab entryway mix – structure must be marked in SB 610 Form gatherings of maybe a couple understudies for each server Work on undertakings outside of class and submit venture review ( noteworthy punishments if late! ) Follow headings expressly for full credit MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 4

Learning Objectives After you finish this course, you ought to have the capacity to … assemble a server PC from parts (motherboard, SDRAM, drives, power supply, feature card, system card, case) actualize shared systems administration utilizing Windows talk about option system alternatives, for example, distributed and server-based systems characterize system equipment terms, for example, center points, switches, passages, servers, printer servers, et cetera depict the Windows\' components 2003 Server working framework clarify the utilization of clients and gatherings in 2003 Server introduce Windows 2003 Server on a PC make clients and gatherings on a server work with organizers and records with Windows Explorer MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 5

Learning Objectives, contd. use Windows 2003 server administration toolsâ  utilize the registry editorial manager to look at registry settings ( be exceptionally careful when use REGEDT32!) set authorizations for Windows items introduce a system printer and deal with the print line comprehend the TCP/IP convention and depict constructed in TCP-IP highlights (DNS, WINS, Ping, and so forth.) set up Internet Information Server (IIS) web server on your server do reinforcements and recuperation with your server comprehend areas and dynamic index phrasing: spaces, trees, woodlands, and take and pass the first MCSE examination, #70-290 Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Server 2003 Environment MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 6

Microsoft Certifications MCSE and MCSA are clarified at Microsoft’s site: http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/default.asp This course is fixed to exam #70-290 and is needed for each of the affirmations. Exam destinations show up in Appendix An of course reading Prep test on the CD-ROM packaged with your reading material Pass first test, then can call yourself MCP – Microsoft Certified Professional If you are keen on a system vocation, doubtlessly seek after this Other affirmations: Network+ from CompTIA at http://www.comptia.org/confirmation/system/default.aspx/resources.aspx which fits pleasantly with MIS 430 reasonable material CNA, CNE from Novell in light of Novell NetWare CCNA and CCNP from Cisco MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 7

Grading and Assessment Final evaluation depends on 500 focuses framework: 3 exams at 100 focuses Lab ventures at 150 focuses: essential part! Tests and every day at 50 Letter evaluations depend on 90%=A, 80%=B, …. Some additional credit may be accessible – see me. It must be significant to a present subject and substantive. Undertakings may be composed as a gathering and 1 duplicate turned in; no reviewing distinction in the middle of individual and gathering review. MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 8

Network Lab – SB 304 – 237-2068 See http://misnt.indstate.edu/bjm/netinfo.htm for itemized data about lab equipment 11 servers, each with Intel 1.8 GHz Xeon processor on ATX motherboard ECC Registered DDR RAM (256 MB DIMMs or 512 MB DIMMs) 9.1 GB SCSI hard commute, IDE CD-ROM, floppy commute Internal feature and double 10/100 Ethernet connectors PCI Intel SCSI connector for hard drives Iwill SCSI card for outside DAT tape drive Windows XP Professional, Windows 2003 Server working framework programming Client PC and HP laser printer in lab Cisco switch (stolen), HP brilliant center point to spine MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 9

Networking with Windows 2003 Windows customer working frameworks (Win 95 root) Windows 98 Second Edition: customary home & business use Windows ME: intended for sight and sound ( not @ ISU) Windows customer OS (NT root) – 13x more steady! Windows NT 4.0 Workstation: GUI like W95 Windows 2000 Professional (replaces NT Workstation): GUI interface like W98 Next era customer OS – in view of NT/2000 Windows XP Home (replaces Windows ME) Windows XP Professional (replaces W2K Prof) MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 10

Networking with Windows 2003 Windows server working frameworks Windows NT (3.51, 4.0) Server and Enterprise Server variants Windows 2000 http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/serverfamily/default.asp Server ( this term): up to 4 GB RAM, up to 4 processors Advanced Server: up to 8 GB RAM, bunching up to 8 processors with failover Datacenter Server: up to 64 GB RAM, grouping up to 32 processors with failover Windows 2003 Server Multiple renditions of this too MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 11

Building a Computer Actually straight forward utilizing sexually transmitted disease parts Bring Phillips screwdriver + ATX motherboard Special power supply associations Shuts force off consequently Standard areas for ports (mouse, console, USB, serial, parallel, and so forth) on side the jab through back Motherboard screwed into floor of case Intel D845HV P4 principle board photo ( not our motherboard) MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 12

Intel SE7505 Motherboard (like our own) Expansion Slots (PCI-64 & PCI-32) Floppy port Integrated feature ATA ports AGP space LAN ports SDRAM Slots (4) ECC enlisted Printer port Mouse, KB USB ports Xeon attachments MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 13

Insert CPU into Socket Flat sort attachments Socket 7: Intel Pentium, AMD K6 Socket 370: Pentium III FCPGA design (“flip chip”) Socket 423, 428: Intel Pentium 4 Socket 603, 604: Intel Xeon (PPGA position) AMD Turion (versatile) Socket 754: AMD Sempron Socket 939: AMD Opteron Vertical sort spaces Slot 1: Intel SECC - Celeron, Pentium II, Pentium III Slot An: AMD Duron, AMD Athlon Attach warmth sink or fan to CPU Use warm glue in the middle of CPU and warmth sink to disseminate heat MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 14

Insert SDRAM Module into Slots Closed opening – note ejector clasps are shut From www.crucial.com Open openings Line up scores and press down solidly MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 15

Install Drives, Expansion Boards See get together freebee for points of interest – Power supply Floppy underneath (3.5-inch space) CDROM above (5.25-inch opening) Hard commute beneath (3.5-inch space) SCSI strip link (hard commute) IDE lace link (CD) Floppy lace link Drive force links (white nylon scratched) Expansion card SCSI card (PCI) MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 16

Front Panel Cables Follow bearing to join these little links Internal speaker Reset catch Power switch HDD LED Power LED USB in front Observe extremity and get them on the right posts! MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 17

Prepare to Install Operating System Connect system link to Ethernet port Connect screen link to feature port Connect mouse, console links Connect energy to screen, PC Follow get together directions for Windows XP Prof. Embed CDROM, verify boots from CD first If not boot from CD first, restart and go into BIOS setup and change Note your machine’s name and IP address on name plate for utilization amid setup Domain is ISUSDSNT Subnet cover is DNS is and Gateway is MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 18

Planning a Network model Networking Terminology Client: workstation PC Server: PC that performs system sharing for records, printing, and different assets Workgroup: gathering of customers (and servers) that share documents and assets Peer to associate system: utilize a non-devoted customer as server inside of a little workgroup (no server) Server-based system: utilize a committed server MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 19

Peer to Peer Networking Use a typical convention: NetBEUI or TCP/IP Common workgroup name (e.g., ISUSDSNT) Install File and Print Sharing on shared gadget Share the Drive/organizer Printer Go to Network Neighborhood to find different companions on the system: it functions admirably for little number of clients, up to 10 For variants before Windows 2000 – don’t offer by client name however by passwords. See next page.. MIS 431 Spring 2006

Slide 20

Peer to Peer Networking with Windows 2000/XP Prof. When you share assets … Must offer consent to utilize that asset to a particular client name Therefore every client of your PC must have a client name on that machine They must sign in with that client name and secret key all alone machine; Windows lifts it up naturally when they attempt to utilize shared asset Much less difficult to offer authorizations to gatherings and afterward allot clients to the gathering Ex: Power Users gathering can be offered consents to utilize printers, change the print line, and so on. Abstain from making individuals an individual from the Administrators client bunch unless that must have th

View more...