Lab Computer Replacement

The goal of this project is to replace all the existing computers two university department labs.  The first step is to build an image and then test it to make sure all of the requested software and applications were functioning properly.  The second step is to replace all of the PCs in the two lab rooms.  The final step pushing the image to all of the computers that were within those two labs.

         Student Team Members: Twila Dowell, Matt Hoffman, Michael Schwoebel

Hard Drive Wipe

The desired outcome for this project is to successfully wipe the computers that were taken out of two of the labs in a university department building.  To complete this project, Darik’s Boot and Nuke software was used to wipe the hard drives of the computers.

     Project Student: Twila Dowell

Not-For-Profit Proposal Analysed

A not-for-profit was given a proposal for facility-wide access to the Not For Profit Group necklaces and wanted to ensure that anyone on the site could receive assistance if they used the necklaces.  The students involved in this project researched the proposed project cost and other solutions. The students further  analysed the proposed cost for accuracy before submitting to the client.

  Student Team Members: Kevin Burns, Twila Dowell, Neil Jennings

University Department Lab Maintenance

A university department’s labs are used to allow students the ability to perform various hands on computer labs in a secured, comfortable learning environment.  In allowing the students to complete their labs in such an environment, the workstations  allow students to have administration privileges to successfully complete their tasks.  Due to these privileges, the labs need to be closely maintained to minimize vulnerabilities.  The main purpose of this project is to keep the two labs operating properly and completely re-build the lab machines over the weekend.  In order to complete this project the student would use Symantec Ghost Console to push an updated, functioning image to the workstations in the two lab classrooms weekly.

    Project Student: John Teegen