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Enrolments: 203,620

Master Degree and Graduate Certificate Course Enrolments: 7,138

The total number of Master degree and Graduate Certificate enrolments since Charles Sturt University and IT Masters launched our first qualification in 2003.

Short Course Enrolments: 196,482

The total number of enrolments in our free short courses that we offer as a ‘taster’ of what it is like to study via Distance Education with Charles Sturt University.

Free Short Course: Microsoft Windows Server 2012

In this course we covered the first 4 weeks of the subject ITE527 Server Administration which is part of Charles Sturt University’s Master of Networking and Systems Administration and Master of Management (IT)

Please note that this short course ran in June-July 2013. The course materials and examination are still available for those who wish to complete the course at their own pace, however certificates of completion are no longer being issued for this course.

Difficulty
■■■■ Intermediate
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Moderate-level short course where some prior knowledge or concepts may be assumed. Content may be aimed at late-undergraduate or early-Masters students
Duration5 Weeks
Enrolled2,333 students
CostFree!

Enter your details below to access archived course materials, including Lectures, Labs, Study Materials and the Final Exam.

Course Schedule 

Week 1:

Installing and Configuring Servers

 
      • Planning for a server installation
      • Installing Server Core
      • Optimising resource utilisation using Feature on Demand
      • Migrating roles from previous versions of Windows Server

Week 2:

Installing and Configuring Servers (cont.)

 
  • Deploying roles on servers
  • Converting Server Core to and from full GUI
  • Configuring services
  • Configuring local storage

Week 3:

Windows Permission Architecture

 
  • NTFS and Share Permissions
  • Volume Shadow Copies
  • NTFS Quotas

Week 4:

Configuring Print and Document Services and Configure Servers for Remote Management

 
  • Windows Print Architecture
  • Managing the Print Environment
  • Managing Remote Servers
  • Firewall Settings for Remote Management

Week 5:

Exam Week

 
  • Final Exam

Course Information and Q&A.

Q1: Who presented the Webinars?

The webinars were presented by:

Steve Zobrist: Steve is our senior industry based Microsoft Networking Lecturer; he delivers his subjects from Switzerland. Steve completed his Master of Networking and Systems Administration with us in 2009 and in his ‘spare’ time he is now studying for his Doctor of Information Technology where he is researching ‘How Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) technologies can be adapted to chemical laboratories and chemical production plants‘.

Erdal Ozkaya: Erdal is the Microsoft MVP Windows Expert-IT Pro. When I first met Erdal it quickly became apparent why he regularly wins Best Speaker at Microsoft TechEd Trade shows around the world, because his enthusiasm is infectious. Erdal is currently running his first Microsoft cerification based subject with us – ITI536 Supporting a Network Infrastructure -, and is also enrolled in the Master of Networking and Systems Administration after which he is planning to commence the Doctor of Information Technology.

Question 2: Do I get a certificate if I complete the course?

As the official sitting period has now lapsed, no more certificates are able to be issued. You are still able to complete the exam for your own benefit and test your knowledge.

Question 3: Will the course qualify me for university credit?

Successful completion of 3 live University Short Courses will award credit for an elective subject. Please note this course is NOT LIVE and will not qualify you for credit.