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NEED HELP-Unit 1 Project Part 1: Choosing a Task to Script


Unit 1 Project Part 1: Choosing a Task to Script Overview Now it’s time to determine whether a graphical tool, command pipeline, or a script is the most efficient tool for common network administrative tasks. In the first part of your project you will identify a task that you will script. Tasks After you review the grading criteria below and the material covered this week, compose an APA formatted, double-spaced Microsoft Word document in which you will: Review the technical requirements for the project in the Project Overview, located in Course Information section of the Canvas shell. Choose a task to script that will allow you to meet the technical requirements of the project; you may wish to consult with your classmates and instructor. Write a brief description of your project proposal that describes the task to be scripted. Explain how it meets the requirements for a task that should be scripted. Some of the requirements for a task that should be scripted are listed in the Project Overview. Purpose The purpose of this project is to show your understanding of network scripting. Your final project submission will consist of a script that performs a useful network or system administration function. The technical requirements for the project are presented below. This course project will be worth 15% of your final grade for the course. For specific details regarding grading, please visit the project pages in each unit for more information. Graded Technical Requirements Task chosen is a common administrative, system, or network task that should be scripted. (i.e., the task is repetitive, complex, requires accurate execution, is not implemented as a built-in command, or is a complex task). Script is commented effectively. Comments are used to identify the purpose for the script, the author, last modification date, and provide clarification for parts of the script that aren’t obvious. Comments are used to identify portions of the script that the student or group did not compose (borrowed code). Script uses flow control to perform repetitive actions and conditional statements to selectively execute blocks of code. At least one looping and one if statement is required. Script incorporates function calls to organize the script. At least one function and function call is required. Script uses command line parameters to alter the execution of the script. The script must be able to take information that is typed interactively. Script accesses WMI or ADSI. One of these two databases must be accessed. Script reads or writes to a file or the Registry. This access can be through any method available in the scripting shell. Script correctly uses variables, arrays, and hashes. Identifiers and variable types must be appropriately chosen for the task. Script provides meaningful output including prompts, status, and errors during script execution. The command should also provide meaningful, readable output specific to the function of the script. Script must follow guidelines for script organization. Below is a brief description of the project parts that are due each week of the course. Unit 1: Choosing a Task to Script In the first part of your project, you will identify the task that you will script. The first part of the task requires that you review the grading rubric and the materials covered this week. You will then identify a task that meets the requirements identified in the grading rubric for the project. Attachments