Demonstrate the full understanding of the system implemented using a real system. Demonstrate the full understanding of the system implemented using the report. Demonstrate partial understanding of the system implemented using a real system. Demonstrate partial understanding of the system implemented using the report. Inadequate demonstration of understanding. Conclusion Local Area Network (LAN) to support Windows Sever and Linux Client EnvironmentWith the growing base of users of Linux, People Software, a software company which was planning tocreate a Windows server based LAN decided to also support Linux clients to authenticate using the ActiveDirectory. The company has three different departments named Operations, Finance and Marketing. Allobjects (e.g., users, computers, etc.)

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Local Area Network (LAN) to support Windows Sever and Linux Client EnvironmentWith the growing base of users of Linux, People Software, a software company which was planning tocreate a Windows server based LAN decided to also support Linux clients to authenticate using the ActiveDirectory. The company has three different departments named Operations, Finance and Marketing. Allobjects (e.g., users, computers, etc.) belong to these departments should have their own different OU. TheClients require the following technologies to be implemented within their LAN:1. The company requires a centralised user authentication support for Linux clients2. All computers should acquire IP addresses from a server3. The Company should host a website through their own server4. There should be hardware virtualisation platform

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Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Trimester T1, 2020
Unit Code MN506
Unit Title System Management
Assessment
Author
Dr Mohammad Mohammad
Assessment
Type
Assignment 2 – Group report, with individual demonstration.
Assessment
Title
Design, Installation and Configure Enterprise Network Servers.
Unit Learning
Outcomes
covered in this
assessment
This assignment is designed to assess students’ knowledge and skills related to the
following learning outcomes:
a. Analyse and compare various server management systems;
b. Compare emerging tools and techniques for system management;
c. Analyse human usability in systems and documentation within the context
of constantly changing modern industry requirements;
d. Plan and implement various application servers for an organisation
e. Manage servers and resources to support enterprise information systems
Weight 30% of Total Assessment
Total Marks 50
Word limit 2000
Due Date Week-11, Wednesday, 3
rd/06/2020 at 11:59 PM. Demo: Week-12 lab.
Submission
Guidelines
 All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a completed
Assignment Cover Page.
 The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body) font and
2 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings.
 Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at
the end in a reference list using APA or IEEE referencing style for School of Business and
School of Information Technology and Engineering respectively.
Extension  If an extension of time to submit work is required, a Special Consideration
Application must be submitted online to AMS follow the link below you may
require to login. You must submit this application three working days prior to
the due date of the assignment.
https://online.mit.edu.au/ams/PublicDocs/Student/MIT_Special_Consideration_Ap
plication.pdf
Academic
Misconduct
 Academic Misconduct is a serious offence. Depending on the seriousness of the
case, penalties can vary from a written warning or zero marks to exclusion from
the course or rescinding the degree. Students should make themselves familiar
with the full policy and procedure available at:http://www.mit.edu.au/aboutmit/institute-publications/policies-procedures-and-guidelines/PlagiarismAcademic-Misconduct-Policy-Procedure.For further information, please refer
to the Academic Integrity Section in your Unit Description.
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Assignment Description
Form a group of Three students and inform your lab tutor of the names and student IDs of your group
members. Choose one (1) requirement scenario given in list below. Assume that your group is hired by a client
company to develop a networked system for their required services as described in your chosen scenario.
Your task in this assignment is to analyse client requirements, design solutions, implement, configure, and
troubleshoot implemented solutions, and finally to prepare a system documentation report meeting the client
requirements and following a standard industry template. Detailed requirements are provided below:
1. For your chosen scenario, (i) analyse client requirements, (ii) identify and propose the required servers
and server roles (services), and (iii) provide required configurations for your chosen scenario.
2. Perform the configurations using either virtually or physically installed server OS to realise the scenario.
Students can use Windows Server 2012 or a higher version, or Linux server if appropriate, which will
depend on the scenario chosen. Your submission should include screenshots of each important step.
3. Prepare a detailed system documentation report to cover your work done in steps 1 and 2 above, using
a standard template. You have the freedom to create a template, with company name, logo, etc., for
your client and use that for your documentation report. This report will serve as an important part of
backup and disaster recovery documentation for the organisation in your chosen scenario, and can be
used for training new IT staff in the organisation. As such, you must consider human usability factors and
include the configurations using description of each important step, and screenshots corresponding to
those in a way that will be useful to the target users of the document. Essential sections of the
documentation are provided in the marking guide, however, you can include additional sections if
deemed useful.
You must configure the domain(s) using group members’ names (e.g., sajeen-joy-sam). If the chosen
scenario requires a web server, the group must create a simple webpage (using html header tag only) to
display the student ID numbers of the group members, which needs to be stored on and displayed from
the created IIS (web server).
This documentation report (one report per group) is to be submitted on Moodle in Week-11.
4. Use your configured system to demonstrate individually the implemented scenario during your week-12
lab. Individual understanding will be tested during your demonstration.
Scenarios (Choose one only for your group to work on):
Scenario 1: Local Area Network (LAN) to support Windows Server and Client Environment
People Software is a software development company requiring the setting up of a LAN for their office
located in Sydney. They have four departments: Developers, Marketing, Operations, and Finance. All objects
(e.g., users, computers, etc.) belonging to these departments need to be created within their respective OU
for their own department. People Software requires the following LAN services:
1) Centralised user authentication
2) Print server for users
3) All computers should acquire the IP addresses automatically from a server
4) Hosting of their own website using their own server
5) The company wants to store all the files on a separate file server and only users with appropriate
access will be able to access them (not every user should have access to the files). You can assume
which users/groups will have access to these files, and state your assumption clearly.
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Scenario 2: Local Area Network (LAN) to support Windows Server with multiple domains
TrueColour is a paint wholesale company needing to setup a LAN for their main office which is located in
Perth. They have three different departments named Operations, Sales and Marketing. All objects (e.g., users,
computers, etc.) belonging to those departments should have their own OU. The Clients require the following
technologies to be implemented within their LAN:
1. Two different domains. One is allocated for the administrator and the other is allocated for everyone
else (users).
2. Centralised user authentication for different domains
3. All computers should acquire their IP addresses automatically from a server
4. The Company should host a website from their own server
5. Your configuration should reflect the above criteria and display different privileges assigned to the
different domain’s users belonging to these domains.
Scenario 3: Local Area Network (LAN) to support Windows Sever and Linux Client Environment
With the growing base of users of Linux, People Software, a software company which was planning to
create a Windows server based LAN decided to also support Linux clients to authenticate using the Active
Directory. The company has three different departments named Operations, Finance and Marketing. All
objects (e.g., users, computers, etc.) belong to these departments should have their own different OU. The
Clients require the following technologies to be implemented within their LAN:
1. The company requires a centralised user authentication support for Linux clients
2. All computers should acquire IP addresses from a server
3. The Company should host a website through their own server
4. There should be hardware virtualisation platform
Scenario 4: Setting up technology/features for Linux Server and Windows Client Environment
A Canberra based new company is looking at setting up a LAN for their office. They have three different
departments named General, Finance, and Marketing. All objects (e.g., users, computers, etc.) belonging to
these departments should have their own different OU. The users require the following technologies to be
implemented within their LAN:
1. The client wants to use the Linux operating system as a server side operating system with the
LDAP/SAMBA service to communicate between windows client machines and a Linux server
2. Centralised user authentication for Windows clients
3. The company wants to store all the files on a separate file server and only users with appropriate
access will be able to access them (not every user should have access to the files). You can assume
which users/groups will have access to these files; state your assumptions clearly, as well as configure
accordingly.
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Marking Criteria:
Table 1: Marking criteria for Assignment 2
Section to be included in
the report
Description of the section Marks
Introduction Introduces the purpose of the documentation report, and
a clear road map of the report (which section presents
which topic).
2
Requirement Analysis
and identification of
server roles &
technologies
Analysis of requirements, clear identification & listing of
server roles/features/technologies needed for realising
the scenario.
8
Configuration process
description
All steps are described for the implementation of each
identified technology/feature/server role(s). Description
refers to corresponding diagrams /screenshots using
figure numbers.
Description is clear and easy to follow.
8
2
Configuration
screenshots or
commands
Screenshots of commands and GUI configurations for
each identified technology/feature are provided using
labelled diagrams with caption.
10
Summary Summary of all configuration performed. 5
Demonstrations
(Will take place during
Week-12 lab)
Demonstrate the understanding of the system
implemented on a virtual or real system, and/or the
report.
10
Conclusions Conclusion of what has been achieved in this assignment 3
Reference style All resources referenced properly using IEEE format 2
Total 50
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Marking Rubric
Grade
Mark
HD
>80%
DI
70%-79%
CR
60%-69%
P
50%-59%
Fail
<50%
Introduction
/2
Clear and relevant
purpose of the
documentation report,
with a clear road map of
the report.
Clear and relevant
purpose of the
documentation
report, with unclear
road map of the
report.
Purpose of the
documentation report
has some relevance
but lacks clarity, and
unclear road map of
the report.
Either purpose of the
documentation report is
not relevant, or road
map is not provided.
Irrelevant introduction.
Requirement
analysis and
identification of
server roles and
technologies
/8
Identification and
analysis of all
requirements, listing of
correct server
roles/features/technolo
gies for ALL of the
requirements.
Identification and
analysis of most of the
requirements, listing
of correct server
roles/features/technol
ogies for all identified
requirements.
Identification and
analysis of most of the
requirements, listing
of correct server
roles/features/technol
ogies for some of the
identified
requirements.
Identification and
analysis of up to two (2)
requirements, listing of
correct server
roles/features/technolo
gies for the identified
requirements.
Identification and
analysis of less than two
(2) requirements, or
incorrect analysis.
Configuration
process
description /8
Clarity
/2
All steps are described
for the implementation
of all required
technology/feature/serv
er role(s).
Description refers to the
corresponding diagrams
/screenshots using
figure numbers.
Description is clear and
easy to follow.
All steps are described
for most of the
required
technology/feature/se
rver role(s).
Description refers to
the corresponding
diagrams /screenshots
using figure numbers.
Description is clear
and easy to follow.
Steps are described
for most of the
required
technology/feature/se
rver role(s), but some
important steps are
missing.
Some of the
description lacks the
reference to the
corresponding
diagrams /screenshots
using figure numbers.
Description is clear
and easy to follow.
Steps are described for
up to two (2) of the
required
technology/feature/serv
er role(s), some steps
are missing.
The description does not
include the reference to
the corresponding
diagrams /screenshots
using figure numbers.
Description is unclear
and not possible to
follow.
Steps are described for
only one (1) of the
required
technology/feature/serv
er role(s), some steps
are absent.
The description does
not include the
reference to the
corresponding diagrams
/screenshots using
figure numbers.
Description is unclear
and not possible to
follow.
Configuration
screenshots or
commands /10
Screenshots of
commands and GUI
configurations for all
required
technology/feature are
provided, using labelled
diagrams with caption.
Screenshots of
commands and GUI
configurations for
most of the required
technology/feature
are provided, using
labelled diagrams with
caption.
Screenshots of
commands and GUI
configurations for
most of the required
technology/feature
are provided, but
missing either
diagram labels or
captions.
Screenshots of
commands and GUI
configurations for most
of the required
technology/feature are
provided, but missing
diagram labels and
captions.
Inadequate/absent
configuration
screenshots.
Summary
/5
Clear and concise
summary of
implementations of all
required configurations
for the chosen scenario.
Clear and concise
summary of the
implementations of
most of the required
configurations for the
chosen scenario.
Summary of the
implementations of
most of the required
configurations for the
chosen scenario is
provided, but clarity
needs improvement.
Summary of the
implementations covers
up to two (2) of the
required configurations
for the chosen scenario.
Summary is not relevant
to the implemented
configurations, or
summary covers only
one (1) of the required
configurations for the
chosen scenario.
Demonstration
/10
Demonstrate the full
understanding of the
system implemented
using a real system.
Demonstrate the full
understanding of the
system implemented
using the report.
Demonstrate partial
understanding of the
system implemented
using a real system.
Demonstrate partial
understanding of the
system implemented
using the report.
Inadequate
demonstration of
understanding.
Conclusion
/3
Clear conclusion
covering of all that has
been achieved in this
assignment.
Clear conclusion
covering most of what
has been achieved in
this assignment.
Clear conclusion, but
missing some of the
important points.
Conclusion somewhat
clear.
Inadequate conclusion.
Reference Style
/2
Clear styles with
excellent source of
references.
Clear referencing style Generally good
referencing style
Sometimes clear
referencing style
Lacks consistency with
many errors