COURSE SYLLABUS

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COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Number/Name:
CIT280 Exchange Server Administration
Hours/Credits:
40 hours/3 credits
Term:
Summer 2011
Course Schedule:
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 5:45 – 7:55 pm, Room 2017
Instructor:
John Evans
Office Hours:
Tue/Thu, 10:30 – 11:30 am; Wed/Thu, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Phone Number:
801-333-8109
Email Address:
[email protected]
website: http://www.xmission.com/~jeevans/egc/
Prerequisites:
CIT240
Course Description:
The goal of this course is to provide students with the skills required to
perform day-to-day management of an established Exchange Server
organization. Topics covered will include using the Exchange Server
Administrator program, creating and managing public folders, and
performing backup procedures.
Course Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Use the Exchange Server Administrator program to create and
manage recipient
2. Maintain an existing Exchange Server organization including the
management of objects in the Site and Server containers in the
Administrator program
3. Create and manage public folders
4. Perform basic server backup procedures
5. Monitor server performance and configure link monitors between
connected sites
6. Perform the administrative tasks required to manage electronic forms
in an organization
Required Texts:
70-236 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration, Package.
Microsoft. John Wiley. 2010. ISBN: 0470874864
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Price: $212.00
Recommended Texts &
Readings:
Library Resources: The College online database, LIRN
(http://www.lirn.net/), is available on campus or off-site to students and
faculty. This resource tool provides current, scholarly articles and
information in all academic subject areas. Visit the Library for more
information. Computers are available in the College Library as well as
other references and periodicals.
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Instructional Methods:
A combination of discussion, lecture, and hands-on activities will be used.
Out of Class Learning
Activities & Assignments:
At least two hours of outside reading and/or preparation are required for
each classroom lecture period of not less than 50 minutes. And at least
one hour of outside reading and/or preparation are required for each lab
period of not less than 50 minutes. Specific learning activities and
assignments are provided by the instructor
General Course Policies:
1. Students will abide by the College Honor Code.
2. Students are expected to arrive promptly for class.
3. Class attendance is essential to academic success. Lack of regular
attendance may result in probation or suspension.
4. All students, faculty, and staff are required to conform to acceptable
standards of academic integrity. Cheating will not be tolerated. If the
instructor has reason to believe that any student is giving or receiving
unauthorized assistance during an examination, the materials will be
removed from the involved parties. Each student will receive a grade
of “0” on the examination, and each student may be subject to
disciplinary action (see College Catalog). Plagiarism is a form of
cheating. Crediting and citing authors or sources will avoid plagiarism.
Grading Criteria:
Students must receive a minimum of 70% or better in all general
education and program core courses. Please see the Academic Catalog
for general graduation requirements.
Letter Grade
A
Grading Scale
94-100
Letter Grade
C
Grading Scale
74-76
A-
90-93
C-
70-73
B+
87-89
D+
67-69
B
84-86
D
64-66
B-
80-83
D-
60-63
C+
77-79
F
0-59
Evaluation Methods:
Weekly Quizzes..........................................
In-class Labs/Assignments.........................
Examinations..............................................
Professionalism ..........................................
TOTAL ........................................................
Course Outline:
The course outline may be changed at any time at the discretion of the
instructor.
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COURSE OUTLINE
WEEK
TOPIC
ASSIGNMENT
Week 1
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Exchange Server 2007 Basics
Working with Active Directory
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Read Lessons 1 & 2
Lab week 1
Week 2
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Deploying Exchange Server 2007
Configuring a New Exchange Server
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Read Lessons 3 & 4
Lab week 2
Week 3
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Working with Recipient Objects
Address Lists, Policies, and Bulk management
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Read Lessons 5 & 6
Lab week 3
Week 4
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Working with Public Folders
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Read Lesson 7
Lab week 4
Week 5
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Configuring Email Protocols and Transport Rules
MIDTERM
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Read Lesson 8
Lab week 5
Week 6
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Configuring Security
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Read Lesson 9
Lab week 6
Week 7
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Backing Up, Restoring, and Repairing Exchange
Monitoring Exchange
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Read Lessons 10 & 11
Lab week 7
Week 8
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Providing for Mobile Access and Unified
Messaging
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Read Lesson 12
Lab week 8
Week 9
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Provide for High Availability
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Read Lesson 13
Lab week 9
Week 10
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FINAL EXAM
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