• A Essentials Objectives
  • Lab/Activity Edit Power Options Create a Power Plan Number of Exam Questions 4 questions Total Time
  • Number of Exam Questions 16 questions Total Time About 50 minutes Section 9.1: Software Security Summary
  • Number of Exam Questions 11 questions Total Time
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    Section 8.2: Power Management

    Summary


    This section examines configuring power management. Concepts covered include:

    • Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) standards

    • ACPI power states:

      • On

      • Enabled

      • Standby

      • Suspend

      • Hibernate

    • The role of Power Schemes to manage power for the system

    • Issues involved with power settings

    Students will learn how to:

    • Change the current power scheme used by a computer.

    • Create, modify, and save power schemes.
    A Essentials Objectives:

    • 3.3 Explain the process and steps to install and configure the Windows OS

      • Configure power management

        • Suspend

        • Wake on LAN

        • Sleep timers

        • Hibernate

        • Standby


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What is the difference between standby and suspend?

    • What devices are controlled through Windows Power Schemes?

    • What is the purpose of the WoL feature?



    Video/Demo Time



    video8.2.1 Portable Power 9:34
    demo8.2.2 Configuring Power Options 4:39
    Total 14:13

    Lab/Activity


    • Edit Power Options

    • Create a Power Plan

    Number of Exam Questions


    4 questions

    Total Time


    About 30 minutes

    Section 8.3: Troubleshooting

    Summary


    In this section students will learn about troubleshooting portable devices. Concepts covered include:


    • Guidelines for troubleshooting the following notebook components:

      • Power

      • Video

      • Portable components

    • Precautions when working with portable devices



    A Essentials Objectives:




        • Power conditions

        • Video

        • Keyboard

        • Pointer

        • Stylus

        • Wireless card issues

      • Methods

        • Verify power (e.g. LEDs, swap AC adapter)

        • Remove unneeded peripherals

        • Plug in external monitor

        • Toggle Fn keys or hardware switches

        • Check LCD cutoff switch

        • Verify backlight functionality and pixilation

        • Check switch for built-in WIFI antennas or external antennas


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • The LCD screen on your laptop doesn't work, but a monitor connected to the external video port does work. What component has the problem?

    • What can you do as a temporary solution if the mouse or keyboard stops working on a laptop?

    • How do most laptops allow you to type in numbers similar to the 10-key number pad on a full-sized keyboard?

    • When might you need to calibrate the battery?

    • What are three things you can do to help keep laptops cool?

    • Why is a change in temperature potentially damaging for a laptop?

    Video/Demo Time



    video8.3.1 Troubleshooting Power 8:12
    video8.3.2 Troubleshooting Video 12:10
    video8.3.3 Troubleshooting Components 10:33
    Total 30:55

    Number of Exam Questions


    16 questions

    Total Time


    About 50 minutes

    Section 9.1: Software Security

    Summary


    This section provides examples of malware and countermeasures to protect computers against malware. Concepts covered include:

    • Common malware:

      • Virus

      • Worm

      • Trojan horse

      • Spyware

      • Adware

      • Grayware

      • Spam

    • The role of anti-virus software

    • Additional countermeasures for malware

    Students will learn how to:

    • Install malware protection software.

    • Update virus definition files.
    A Essentials Objectives:

    • 5.2 Summarize the following security features

        • Viruses

        • Trojans

        • Worms

        • Spam

        • Spyware

        • Adware

        • Grayware


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What is the difference between a virus and a worm?

    • How are most viruses transmitted? How can this be prevented?

    • What is the best way to protect against Trojans?

    • What is the most important thing to remember when trying to prevent spam?

    • How is adware different from spyware?

    • Why are virus definition files important? Why should they be kept up-to-date?

    Video/Demo Time



    video9.1.1 Malware 3:39
    demo9.1.2 Implementing Malware Protection 4:58
    Total 8:37

    Number of Exam Questions


    11 questions

    Total Time


    About 25 minutes
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