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EBI5001 ENTERPRISE BUILDING INTEGRATOR SETUP/INSTALLATION
CLASS TYPE: Engineering
SYSTEM: Network Operating Systems
DURATION: 5 Days
CLASS AUDIENCE Honeywell Systems Engineers, Programmers, Electricians, Electronic Systems Specialists, and maintenance persons responsible for electrical/electronic installation/maintenance of XL5000/XBS-i systems or subsystems at customer sites, Honeywell Authorized System Distributor Installation Personnel, and Honeywell Systems Technicians for XBS or other systems and Programmers/Analysis familiar with PC Hardware and Application programs, and some versions of Windows.
OFFERED AT: Customer site or St Paul
# OF STUDENTS: Minimum 4, Maximum 8
COST: $4577 per person at site, $4117 per person St Paul
PRE-REQUISITES: Familiarity with PC Hardware/Some Version of Windows. WINNT1001 highly recommended.
BRIEF: This high-powered course is designed basically for engineers installing Honeywell Network Based Automation Systems of one kind or another. The course immediately provides an elaborate overview of Windows 2000 workstation and Windows 2000 Server Systems. This alone clarifies a seemingly large, unknown and supposedly forbidding area of networking. The upshot of the overview is simply to reassure the students that a network is simply a DOS running over more than one PC! That there are similar Network DOS commands and that because of the graphic user interface one does not have to use Network DOS commands but that they are there for use at any time.
The next segment of the class is an elaborate detour into Windows 2000 installation and configuration. This unavoidably high-powered course involves a discussion of IRQ's and IO Port address problems and how to resolve them. This segment also discusses disk partitioning and different types of partitions such as NTF's and FAT partitions.
The course also involves discussion of different hardware options for setting up a network. Network interface cards are discussed at length. This segment concludes with the actual configuring of a Windows 2000 network system.
The next segment is the actual installation and setup of the EBI system. Each segment will be demonstrated by the instructor and actually implemented and configured by the student using the systems provided.
The following segments will be discussed and implemented:
1. Sever software installation/ Lab Exercise
2. EBI Client PC’s/Lab Exercise
6. EBI configuration Environment/ Lab Exercise
7. Configuring a Terminal Server
8. EBI optional setup functions
9. Deinstalling EBI
10. EBI Installation Problems
OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:
· Define all major networking concepts, terms and definitions
· Hardwire at least one hardware configuration for Windows 2000
· Install windows 2000 Sever and Windows 2000 Workstation software successfully
· Set up EBI Client PC’s specially WIN95/WIN98WINXP Clients
· Set up Operator Stations, printers, serial ports, network cards and other EBI Environmental functions
· Configure a Terminal Server for Network Client/Server Communication
· Perform EBI License functions and change Extended Event Archiving Directory
· De-install EBI Software
· Install EBI upgrades
· Network Concepts and terminology
· Network hardware and wiring
· Hardware compatibility problems
· Network software installation and configuration
· Network Systems Operating Procedures
· Network Systems Programming Procedures
· EBI OPC Sever
· EBI Redundant Server Systems
· EBI Distributed Server Architecture
· EBI WIN95/WIN98 Clients
· Terminal Server Configuration