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NET 121 - Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server Environment
Bill Bennett
Instructor: Bill Bennett, MCSE, MCP, CCNA, CIW
Office: Room 608a (in Multimedia building) Hours
Office Phone: 951.639.5530
Assistant's Phone (Kaye): 951.639.5523
Web Site:
Text: “MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-290): Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment, Second Edition”
ISBN #: 0735622892
Authors: Dan Holme & Orin Thomas
Publisher: Microsoft Press
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Please read this document first and then read the Syllabus, as it is your ROADMAP to completing this course.

The NET 121 course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills that are required to manage accounts and resources, maintain server resources, monitor server performance, and safeguard data in the latest Microsoft Windows Server environment.

Get Certified!
For those of you interested in pursuing either a more in-depth understanding of a particular IT subject matter or perhaps even an IT career certification you'll find that MSJC's CIS department has many courses to suit your needs. Below I have a table that shows the Certification programs offered by the CIS department, located on the Menifee campus.

MSJC MVC CIS Certification Programs

 offered at MSJC MVC (that stands for Mt. San Jacinto College Menifee Valley Campus


Cisco Certified Network Associate


Certified Internet Webmaster


Internet Authoring


Microsoft Office User Specialist


Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator


Security Certified Network Professional

As always if you have any questions I am happy to answer them; send me an email.

IMPORTANT!!! Please include the course number "NET 121 " in the subject of your email so that it won't be lost amongst all the spam I receive each day.

Best of luck, I hope you will have gained a lot of insight to networking by the end of this course.

Bill Bennett, Associate Professor