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ITE126 Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment MS 2274 Credit Hours: 2.50
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage accounts and resources in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment. Includes an introduction to administering accounts and resources, managing user and computer accounts, managing groups, managing access to objects in organizational units, implementing Group Policy (GPO), managing the user environment by using Group Policy, and introduction to security in Windows Server 2003.
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ITE127 Maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment MS 2275 Credit Hours: 1.50
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills that are needed to effectively maintain server resources, monitor server performance, and safeguard data on a computer running one of the operating systems in the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 family. Includes preparing to administer a server, preparing to monitor server performance, monitoring server performance, maintaining device drivers, managing disks, managing data storage, managing disaster recovery, and maintaining software by using software update services.
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ITE132 Imp MS Win Srvrs 2003 Ntwk Infrastructure:Ntwk Hosts MS 2276 Credit Hours: 1.00
This course provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to configure a Windows-based computer to operate in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 networking infrastructure. The third course in the System Administrator and Systems Engineer tracks for Windows Server 2003.
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ITE133 Configure and Troubleshoot Windows Server Network Credit Hours: 3.00
Infrastructure Configuring and troubleshooting Windows Server® Networks. Includes installation of Windows operating systems, upgrading versions, configuring post-installation settings, network configuration and basics of network security. Also includes configuration of Microsoft Internet Explorer®.
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ITE134 Configure Windows Server Active Directory Credit Hours: 3.00
Principles of implementing and configuring Microsoft Windows Server® active directory domain services. Includes introduction to active directory domain services, directory security, managing users, domain controls, and directory service continuity.
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ITE135 Configure Windows Server Identity and Access Credit Hours: 3.00
Configuring identity and access solutions with Windows Server active directory. Includes active directory identity and access solutions, active directory certificate services, directory services, federation services, rights management and troubleshooting.
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ITE137 Designing Security for Microsoft Networks MS 2830 Credit Hours: 1.50
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to design a secure network infrastructure. Decision-making skills are encouraged through an interactive tool that simulates real-life scenarios that the target audience may encounter. The student is given the task of collection the information and sorting through the details to resolve the given security requirement.
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ITE139B A+ Core Hardware Credit Hours: 2.5-3.00
Subject areas are designed for entry-level computer service technician support job skills. Also, one of two course of study for the CompTIA A+ certification program. In this course, the student will build upon end-user background knowledge and attain those specific skills required to install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, and repair PC hardware components and systems.
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ITE139 A+ Operating Systems and Core Hardware Credit Hours: 2.5-6.00
Provides the student with skills to support computers running Windows 9x, Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems, and to carry out entry-level computer service technician support duties. This course prepares the student for the CompTIA A+ Operating Systems and Core Hardware certification exams. Learn technical skills using a Windows-based operating system to install, maintain, and troubleshoot the Windows 9x, Windows 2000, and Windows XP operating systems. Also, attain specific skills required to install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot and repair PC hardware components and systems.
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ITE161 Supporting Users Running MS Windows XP Operating Sys - M2261 Credit Hours: 1.50
Microsoft Windows XP concepts, techniques, and skills to troubleshoot basic problems for new XP users. Includes troubleshooting techniques for users in Microsoft Windows XP Professional in an Active Directory network environment or Windows XP Home edition in a workgroup environment. Also includes an overview of operating system concepts and how to troubleshoot Windows XP.
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ITE162 Supporting Users Running Application MSWin XP Op Sys M2262 Credit Hours: 1.00
Concepts, techniques and skills to troubleshoot basic problem end users will face related to configuring and maintaining applications for individuals new to Microsoft Windows XP, such as Microsoft Office, Outlook Express, Internet Explorer and other applications that run on Microsoft WIndows XP. Also includes techniques to troubleshoot applications running on Microsoft XP.
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ITE182 Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Java Beans Credit Hours: 1.50
Overview of Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) components architecture. Also includes how to develop and debug EJB to create scalable applications.
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ITE186 Understanding Web Services Credit Hours: 0.50
Explore the impacts of Web Services as an eBusiness strategy. Also, use business models to demonstrate and explain the strategic importance of Web Services.
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ITE190 VMware Install, Configure and Manage Credit Hours: 3.00
Overview of the installation, configuration and management of VMware. Includes installation and configuration of VMware components, virtual networks, virtual storage, virtual macnine management, data protection, access and authentication control, and resource management.
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Recommendation: System administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operation systems.
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ITE224 Introduction to Network Infrastructure Hardening Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to network infrastructure hardening. Includes computer network defense fundamentals, transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP), router security, firewalls, and intrusion detection systems. Also includes the basics of securing wireless networks.
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ITE225 Fundamentals of Window Server Credit Hours: 3.00
Fundaments of networking, security, and server administration with Windows Server. Includes network fundamentals, information technology security, and server management.
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ITE231 Configure Advanced Windows Server Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced configuration and services for Microsoft Windows Server. Includes advances network services, advanced file services, dynamic access control, active directory services,netwrok balancing, failover cluster, and implementing disaster recovery. Windows 2000 to Windows 2003.
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ITE233 Advanced Security Implementation Credit Hours: 2.50
This course is desined to provide the foundation knowledge to network administrators and security professionals seeking to learn about advanced security issues surrounding public- key infrastructure (PKI) and biometrics. Includes an overview of security-related issues and essential skills needed to implement security in a given network.
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ITE235 Certified Ethical Hacker Preparation Credit Hours: 3.00
Overview, technique and skills needed to scan, test, hack, and secure computer systems. Includes principles of ethical hacking, network scanning, system hacking, viruses, worms and other threats, session hacking, intrusion, and the role of cryptography. Also includes emerging threats to systems security.
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ITE236 Implement and Administer Security in a MS Server 03 Network Credit Hours: 2.50
Concepts, techniques and skills that address the MCSA and MCSE skills path for Information Technology Professional security practitioners. Topics include Microsoft Windows Server 2003 based infrastructure solutions and client- focused content. Also includes functional skills in planning and implementing infrastructure security.
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ITE239 Planning and Implementing Windows Server Credit Hours: 3.00
Planning and implementing Windows Server® deployment and upgrades. Includes Windows Server® implementation planning, server management, network access, active directory domain services, group policies, active directory certificate services, applications, provisioning data and storage and enterprise backup and recovery. Also includes planning upgrade implementation.
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ITE244A Install and Configure Windows Client Credit Hours: 2.50
Principles of installing Windows client. Includes installation of Windows operating system, configuration of discs and device drivers to enable a client computer, file and printer access, network connectivity, securing client desktop computer, performance optimization, and remote access for a client computer.
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ITE244B Troubleshoot and Support Windows in the Enterprise Credit Hours: 2.50
Troubleshooting and support for Windows Enterprise. Includes troubleshooting methodology, startup issues, group policy for centralized configuration, hardware support issues, network connectivity support, and troubleshooting operating system and applications. Also includes file recovery.
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ITE247 Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator Credit Hours: 3.00
Techniques for computer hacking forensics investigations. Includes computer investigations, working with operating systems, forensic laboratory requirements, computer forensics tools, processing incident scenes, data acquisition, computer forensic analysis, email and web investigations, recovering files, investigation reports, expert witness issues, and enforcement procedures.
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ITE256A Crystal Reports 10, Fundamentals of Report Design Credit Hours: 1.00
Introduction to Crystal Reports version 10. Includes report basics such as planning a report, selecting records, creating a report, organizing data, section and report formatting, distributing reports and creating basic formulas.
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ITE256B Crystal Reports V10, Business Reporting Solutions Credit Hours: 1.00
Continuation of ITE 256A. Includes creating report templates, managing the Crystal Repository, creating complex formulas, summarizing data, and publishing the reports on the web.
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ITE256C Crystal Reports V10, Report Processing Strategies Credit Hours: 0.50
Continuation of ITE 256B. Includes report processing, creating complex formulas, using custom functions and using subreports.
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ITE256 Crystal Reports Credit Hours: 2.50
Overview of Crystal Reports version 10. Includes comprehensive skills and in-depth content to plan and create reports that will help analyze and interpret important information.
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ITE259 Data Communications and Computer Telephony Integration Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to digital telepone network technology including business system, consumer premises equipment (CPE), services, analog concepts, digital concepts, networks, transmission, signaling, and switching. Topics include basics of data communications, networks, transmission principles, data communications equipment and transmission media. Computer telephony section includes computer telephony integration (CTI), CTI architectures, CTI applications by market, and developing CTI systems.
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ITE272A Crystal Repots XI -Level 1 Credit Hours: 1.00
Overview of Crystal Reports XI Level 1, fundamentals of report design. Includes comprehensive concepts and skills to plan and create reports that will help analyze and interpret information.
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Information: ITE 272A, 272B, and 272C together constitute ITE 272.
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ITE272B Crystal Reports XI- Level 2 Credit Hours: 1.00
Iverview of Crystal Reports XI Level 2, business reporting solutions. Includes comprehensive concepts and skills to plan and create reports that will help analyze and interpret information.
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Information: ITE 272A, 272B, and 272C together conctitute ITE 272.
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ITE272C Crystal Reports XI - Level 3 Credit Hours: 0.50
Iverview of Crystal Reports XI Level 3, business processing strategies. Includes comprehensive concepts and skills to plan and create reports that will help analyze and interpret information.
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ITE272 Crystal Reports XI Credit Hours: 2.50
Overview of Crystal Reports XI. Includes comprehensive concepts and skills for Levels 1, 2, and 3 to plan and create reports that will help analyze and interpret information.
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ITE275 Introduction to Teradata Database Credit Hours: 0.50
Examination and overview of the Teradata Architecture. Includes the features and benefits of using the Teradata Database. Also includes data distribution, access, storage and data protection methods, suite of complementary load, and management services.
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ITE276 Teradata Application Utilities Credit Hours: 1.50
Concepts, techniques, and skills to submit high volume Teradata jobs. Includes performing SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE operations in a batch environment using the Teradata Application Utilities for maximum performance and efficiency.
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ITE277 Teradata Physical Database Design Credit Hours: 2.00
Concepts and techniques to define the processes and procedures to follow when designing a database for implementation on a Teradata system. Includes how to transform a logical data model into an extended data model. Includes the CREATE TABLE statement, aspects of table design, Teradata data distribution, access, and use of derived data, similarities between join and aggregation processing, and the implementation of Referential Integrity. Also includes the steps to optimize space management.
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ITE278 Teradata Physical Database Tuning Credit Hours: 2.00
Overview and applications to address the tuning and performance functions of the Teradata Database. Includes an in-depth examination of the processes and procedures to follow once a Teradata Database has been implemented and is in production. Includes troubleshooting performance issues and tuning the various system components for maximum performance. Includes coding strategies for joins and the various secondary indexes. Also includes the EXPLAIN facility is introduced and its use in analyzing query performance.
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ITE279 Teradata SQL Features Credit Hours: 1.00
Examination of the differences between Teradata standard Structured Query Language (SQL) and ANSI SQL for those individuals who are familiar with standard, non-Teradata SQL. Includes an application focus on the Teradata differences to ANSI SQL and how they function in a parallel processing environment.
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ITE280 Teradata Warehouse Administration Credit Hours: 1.50
Survey and application of the administrative activities associated with a Teradata installation. Includes the Teradata Warehouse environment, including Databases, Users, Space Allocation and client software interfaces. Includes access rights, roles, profiles and session accounting functions, such as administrative utilities including the Database Window, FERRET, CheckTable, and the Recovery Manager. Also includes aDDition and Teradata Archive/Recovery Utility and its use to backup, restore, rollback and rollforward tables and databases.
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ITE281 Teradata Warehouse Management Credit Hours: 1.50
Concepts, techniques, and Database Administrator tools to manage a Teradata Warehouse. Includes a study of the installation and use of the Teradata Manager suite of tools. Includes ways to monitor performance in the system, such as Performance Monitor (PMON) and ResUsage. Also includes Teradata Active Systems Management (TASM) including the Database Query Log, Priority Scheduler and Teradata Dynamic Workload Manager.
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ITE282 VMWare Virtual Infrastructure with ESX Server Virtual Center Credit Hours: 2.00
Concepts, techniques, and skills to use VMware ESX ServerTM a virtual infrastructure software for consolidating and partitioning servers in high-performance environments. Includes the use of VMware ESX ServerTM by itself and in conjunction with VMware VirtualCenter virtual infrastructure management software.
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ITE287 Teradata SQL Credit Hours: 2.00
Techniques and applications to work in Teradata SQL. Includes how to retrieve and manipulate data with Teradata Structures Query Language (SQL) using both American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard conventions and Teradata extensions to the language.
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ITE288 Teradata CRM Administration Credit Hours: 2.00
Techniques to administer and maintain the Teradata Customer Relations Management (TCRM) Application Environment. Includes an overview of the Teradata CRM Software Component, how the components interact to accomplish the Applications functions, and how the environment can be monitored.
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