Liberty CSIS 352 System Administration Entire Class



Liberty CSIS 352 System Administration Entire Class

Course Description:

Principles of system administration activities, applications, operating systems, and domains; analysis of computing applications, infrastructures, architectures, firmware, hardware, disaster recovery, security, and enterprise deployment. Please visit Liberty University for details on this course’s prerequisites.


In a world where networks are ubiquitous, system administrators are needed more than ever. However, system administrators’ job duties are rarely clear. In this course, essential aspects of system administration will be covered, providing students the opportunity to develop the skills required to analyze and troubleshoot systems as represented in the workplace today.

Some of the topics covered include network foundations, change processes, provision of system services, security policies, backup deployment, and disaster recovery, network design, software installation and maintenance, and configuration management.

Measurable Learning Results:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Integrate a biblical worldview within information technology.
  2. Examine the primary components of administrative domains.
  3. Select appropriate IT architectures to meet business requirements.
  4. Analyze applications to solve organizational needs.
  5. Formulate a system installation, configuration, and deployment.

Course Assignment:

Textbook readings and lecture presentations

Course Requirements Checklist

After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.

Entire Discussions Sessions (2)

Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student is required to provide a thread in response to each provided promptly. The student will complete 2 Discussion threads in this course. The student will post one thread of at least 250 words, then post 2 replies of at least 100 words. For each thread, the student must support his/her assertions with at least 1 scholarly reference and accompanying citations in APA format. Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include the textbook, the Bible, and other sources containing an author and publication date.

Well, Designed Data Centers Paper Assignment:

After reviewing the assigned readings and videos, the student will write a paper of at least 5 pages that discusses the importance of a well-designed data center. The paper must address the following questions:

  • What features and efficiencies are required to keep the data center running well?
  • How can data integrity be preserved through smart data center design?
  • What things are important to maintaining both the hardware, software, and the data itself?

The paper should follow current APA requirements and include at least 5 references along with accompanying citations.

No.of Quizzes (6)

Each quiz will cover the Learn material for the module in which it is assigned. Each quiz will be open-book/open-notes, contain 20 multiple-choice or true/false and 2 short answer questions, and have a 25-minute time limit.

Windows Server and NRPT Assignment:

The student will work in a CybrScore shell with a virtual installation of Windows Server that will be promoted to a Domain Controller as well as configuring several aspects of DNS on that server. Additionally, the student will write a reflective paper of at least 2 pages in the current APA format.

File Sharing with Linux Assignment:

The student will install Ubuntu Server in a virtual environment, and then write a reflective paper of at least 2 pages in the current APA format.

Performing Backup with Windows Assignment:

The student will use an existing installation of Windows Server in the CybrScore Lab shell, and then write a reflective paper of at least 2 pages in the current APA format.

Backing Up, Compression, and Scheduling Assignment:

The student will connect to CybrScore and complete a lab titled “Introduction to Linux – Backing Up, Compression, and Scheduling.” This lab will be automatically scored, but the grade will be moved into Canvas manually so there will be some delay.



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