Document Type



The goal of this course is to prepare students for the real-world challenges of a networking professional. It is designed for students interested in network and server administration. The text includes extensive hands-on projects, exercises, and review questions in each chapter, which reinforce network administration skills as they are learned. Case projects at the end of each chapter allow students to take on the role of a network administrator, making decisions and troubleshooting real-life problems. Specific topic coverage includes: network administration and management, administering active directory, managing group policy, administering file resources, administering web resources in windows server 2003, administering TCP/IP, administering DNS, monitoring and troubleshooting network related problems.

Publication Date

Spring 2009


College of Engineering and Computer Science


Computer Engineering

Course Number

CEG 211-01


Section 01 of CEG 211: PC Networking II.