Internet Server Environments
Course Number:   DCFSP292

Course Overview
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StructureComplete What's This?
InstitutionPenn Foster College
SubjectComputer Science and Technology
Education LevelCollege - 2 Year
Credit Equivalent Full
3 college credits
ScheduleSelf Paced
End DateUp to 1 Month per credit hour
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Course Fee$329.00
Course Materials CostIncluded
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Course Description
Covers UNIX and Windows 2000 server. Regarding UNIX , students will learn UNIX utilities, security, Internet access, the X-Window interface, and the GNOME desktop. Students will connect remotely to a host UNIX server running Linux via Epix Web hosting service. The course teaches UNIX commands, file system, partitions; UNIX vi and Emac editors; extracting information from files and assembling the information; selecting , manipulating, and formatting information; using UNIX file-processing tools to create an application; using the UNIX shell as scripting language; using UNIX utilities. Throughout the course, students will complete hands-on activities using the skills and concepts they learned in each chapter. Regarding the Windows 2000 server part of the course, students will be provided with computer based training CDs created by Course Technology that run in a browser and stimulate working in a Windows 2000 network environment. The CDs provide full-spectrum training environment including pre-assessment and interactive simulations. They also provide post-assessment. They enable the user to develop the necessary hands-on skills while preparing for the scenario-based MCSE/MCSA exams. The training includes managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network environment; designing Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure; Microsoft ISA Server 2000; and Microsoft SQL Server 2000.

Penn Foster College requires a Proctored Final Exam. Proctor Final Exam requests are made by submitting the Proctor Form after the student submits the first course assignment.

Self Paced Scheduling Information
Please be advised some Penn Foster College courses provide an option for students to take the exam via Remote Proctor option. It allows you to take your Proctored Exam through your course page while being monitored through your computer's webcam. An additional fee is required for this option.

Delivery Method

  • Internet
  • Print Materials


Prerequisites
Computer Literacy

Course Materials
Penn Foster College will have course materials, if any, shipped directly to students. There is no additional cost for course materials.

Format
Delivery : This is a virtual course delivered entirely by an established education organization, including a virtual instructor, to students and educators.

Structure
Complete : This is the complete version of the virtual course.


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