Administration of Operating Systems

Administration of Operating Systems

Course title
Administration of Operating Systems
Course tag
11015
Semester
3
Course status
Mandatory
ECTS
5
Lectures
30
Practice
30
Independent work
120
Total
180
Teachers and associates
Vedran Dakić, Lecturer
Zlatan Morić, Lecturer
Aleksandar Zlatović, Instructor
The course aims
Student needs to understand the basic options needed to manage Windows Server 2012 OS by using GUI and command line.
Content
Student will learn how to administer and manage Windows Server 2012 R2 OS, locally or remotely, basic network settings and services, and joining a computer to a pre-defined domain.
Literature:
Course handbook prepared and printed by Algebra University College
Supplementary literature
1. Windows Server 2012 Inside Out, William R. Stanek, Microsoft Press, 2013

Minimum learning outcomes

  1. Define terms related to server operating systems (permisions, disk type, partition type, command line commands ...)
  2. Define terms related to Active Directory (permissions, domain, forest, group, users, computers ?)
  3. Define basic functions of Active Directory (sites, global catalog, FSMO roles and so on)
  4. Define security aspects related to Active Directory (delegating permissions and rights, special user accounts)
  5. Define dependencies between DNS and AD.
  6. Define Group Policy settings (security, instalation, managing user interface)
  7. Define methods of monitoring servers.

Preferred learning outcomes

  1. Apply accumulated knowledge and tools and understand interactions between different configurations.
  2. Apply tools and commands successfully and implement Active Directory with understanding of its inner workings.
  3. Implement sites, global catalog and FSMO roles.
  4. Implement secure and resilient Active Directory infrastructure with minimal administrative effort.
  5. Properly implement DNS in AD infrastructure.
  6. Apply advanced GP settings in AD to reach higher security and automation levels.
  7. Apply built in tools to monitor servers and increse redundancy of services.