The Enterprise Network Management unit aims to provide students with an understanding of issues relevant to enterprise networks and related technologies, as well practical skill and techniques to manage the enterprise network. Topics studied include Enterprise Network Infrastructure, Domain Name Systems, Network Group Policy Design and Implementation, Security Planning and Administration, System Maintenance and Trouble Shooting and their related technologies.

Unit details

Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
NIT3122

Prerequisites

NIT1202 - Operating Systems or

NIT2122 - Server Administration and Management or

NIT2222 - Networking Technologies

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Design and develop solutions for enterprise network architecture;  
  2. Construct and configure small-scale enterprise network;  
  3. Analyse and identify potential issues in managing enterprise network; and  
  4. Manage and maintain enterprise network infrastructure.  

Assessment

Melbourne campuses

Students studying under the VU Block Model.

Assessment type Description Grade
Laboratory Work Lab Assessments (3) 45%
Test Tests (2) 55%

Other locations

Assessment type Description Grade
Laboratory Work Practical Tasks (4-6 labs) 20%
Assignment Enterprise network Design and Implementation. 30%
Examination Final Written Examination (3 hours) 50%

Required reading

Further reading and resources are available in VU Collaborate.

MCSA guide to identity with windows server 2016: MCSE/MCSA: exam #70-742
Tomsho, G. (2018)
Cengage, Boston, MA.

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