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DF9N 34
Network Server Operating
System

Part 1 of 2













JULY 2005
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Acknowledgements

Microsoft(R) and Windows(R) are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
Screenshots are reproduced by permission of Microsoft Corporation.
(c) Scottish Qualifications Authority - Material developed by GCNS.
This publication is licensed by SQA to COLEG for use by Scotland's colleges as commissioned
materials under the terms and conditions of COLEG's Intellectual Property Rights document,
September 2004.
No part of this publication may be reproduced without the prior written consent of COLEG and
SQA.

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Contents
Acknowledgements 2
Introduction to the unit
5
What this unit is about
5
Outcomes
5
Unit structure
5
How to use these learning materials
6
Symbols used in this unit
6
Other resources required
8
Assessment information
9
How you will be assessed
9
When and where you will be assessed
9
What you have to achieve
9
Opportunities for reassessment
9
Section 1: Manage and maintain physical and logical devices
11
Introduction to this section
13
Assessment information for this section
14
Managing hard disk subsystems
15
Monitoring and configuring disks
17
System tools
22
Implementing, managing and troubleshooting disk devices
29
Monitoring, configuring and troubleshooting volumes
33
Monitoring and configuring removable media
34
Monitoring server hardware
36
Optimising server disk performance
45
File systems supported by Windows 2003 Server
45
Basic and dynamic disks and the Disk Management console
48
Managing disks and volumes
48
Summary of this section
53
Section 2: Manage users, computers and groups
55
Introduction to this section
57
Assessment information for this section
58
Managing user profiles
59

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Creating and managing user and computer accounts
67
Troubleshoot user and computer accounts
81
Creating and managing groups
90
Managing groups and computers
98
Planning and troubleshooting user authentication
106
Common user administration tasks
114
Summary of this section
119
Answers to SAQs
120
Useful websites
122
Glossary
123


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Introduction to the unit
What this unit is about
This unit is designed to introduce the issues involved in managing and maintaining a
network server operating system. It is intended for candidates undertaking an HNC or
HND in Computing, Computer Networking or a related area, who require a broad
knowledge of network servers, including the main theories, concepts and principles in
this area.
Please note: This book contains only the first two study sections. To complete the unit
you will also need the companion volume entitled: DF9N 34 Network Server Operating
System: Part 2 of 2
, which contains sections 3, 4 and 5.

Outcomes
* Outcome 1: Manage and maintain physical and logical devices.
* Outcome 2: Manage users, computers and groups.
* Outcome 3: Manage and maintain access to resources.
* Outcome 4: Manage and maintain a server environment.
* Outcome 5: Manage and implement disaster recovery.

Unit structure
This unit contains five study sections. You will need two books to cover the whole unit.

Study sections 1 and 2 are contained in this book. Study sections 3, 4 and 5 are
contained in the companion volume for this Unit entitled: DF9N 34 Network Server
Operating System: Part 2 of 2
.

Approximate
Section number and title
study time
1
Manage and maintain physical and logical
12 hours
devices
2
Manage users, computers and groups
12 hours
3
Manage and maintain access to resources
12 hours
4
Manage and maintain a server environment
12 hours
5
Manage and implement disaster recovery
12 hours

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How to use these learning materials
These learning materials are designed for you to work through at your own pace, but
the closed-book test(s) will have to be administered to the whole class group at the
same time.

Symbols used in this unit
These learning materials allow you to work on your own with tutor support. As you work
through the course, you will encounter a series of symbols which indicate that
something follows that you are expected to do. You will notice that as you work through
the study sections you will be asked to undertake a series of self assessed questions,
activities and tutor assignments. An explanation of the symbols used to identify these is
given below.
Self assessed question
?
This symbol is used to indicate a self assessed question (SAQ). Most commonly, SAQs
are used to check your understanding of the material that has already been covered in
the sections.
This type of assessment is self contained; everything is provided within the section to
enable you to check your understanding of the materials.
The process is simple:
* you are set SAQs throughout the study section
* you respond to these by writing either in the space provided in the assessment
itself or in your notebook
* on completion of the SAQ, you turn to the back of the section to compare the
model SAQ answers to your own
* if you are not satisfied after checking your responses, turn to the appropriate
part of the study section and go over the topic again.
Remember - the answers to SAQs are contained within the study materials. You are
not expected to guess at these answers.
Activity
A
This symbol indicates an activity, which is normally a task you will be asked to do that
should improve or consolidate your understanding of the subject in general or a
particular feature of it.
The suggested responses to activities follow directly after each activity.

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Remember that the SAQs and activities contained within your package are intended to
allow you to check your understanding and monitor your own progress throughout the
course. It goes without saying that the answers to these should only be checked after
the SAQ or activity has been completed. If you refer to these answers before
completing the activities, you cannot expect to get maximum benefit from your course.
Tutor assignment - formative assessment
T
This symbol means that a tutor assignment is to follow. These will be found at the end
of each study section. The aim of the tutor assignment is to cover and/or incorporate
the main topics of the section and prepare you for unit (summative) outcome
assessment.

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Other resources required
You will need the following resources:
* a computer capable of running Windows(R) 2003 enterprise and Windows XP
professional
* a copy of Windows 2003 enterprise and a copy of Windows XP professional
and the matching product keys
* an Internet connection.

To complete this unit you will need the book entitled: DF9N 34 Network Server
Operating System: Part 2 of 2
, which contains study sections 3, 4 and 5.

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Assessment information
How you will be assessed
You will have a closed-book assessment of 40 restricted response questions. These
will cover the knowledge and skills for the whole unit. This will be similar to the
Microsoft(R) examination on 70-290. You might find it helpful to search the Internet for
free practice exam questions and cram-sheets for this exam as they are useful
preparation. A list of resources I have found useful is given at the end of the unit.
This can be a single test at the end of the unit, or can be split into several subtests,
each covering one or more outcomes.
You are also required to keep a logbook of practical tasks for each outcome. This
logbook must be authenticated by your tutor.
When and where you will be assessed
When you are confident that you have worked through all of the SAQs and activities in
the various sections, and have submitted all tutor assignments to your tutor, you will
undertake unit (summative) assessment. These unit assessments will be set by your
tutor.
Your tutor will help you to decide whether or not you are ready to undertake unit
(summative) assessment, and will make the necessary arrangements for you.
What you have to achieve
In the closed-book test you must answer at least 70% correctly to achieve a pass . If
you are taking subtests, each of these must be answered 70% correctly to achieve a
pass.
Opportunities for reassessment
Normally, you will be given one attempt to pass an assessment with one reassessment
opportunity.
Your centre will also have a policy covering 'exceptional' circumstances, for example if
you have been ill for an extended period of time. Each case will be considered on an
individual basis and is at your centre's discretion (usually via written application), and
they will decide whether or not to allow a third attempt. Please contact your tutor for
details regarding how to apply.


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