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This solution utilizes the example of a specific project to install a complex, 100 computer network for a company. The goals of the project are the following: purchasing, delivering, staging, and installing computers. Using the example project, the solution provide the learner with an understanding of the assumptions, project risks, project constraints, and project structure approach.

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First and foremost what you must understand is what is the main objective of the network. Is it simply going to be utilized to provide email, and access to the Microsoft office suite of software or are high powered applications going to be utilized that requires a more powerful computer. This is important from the standpoint of understanding what type of desktop computers that you want to purchase for the implementation.

One suggest that I would have is that prior to implementing the network, that a desktop ...

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This solution utilizes the example of a specific project to install a complex, 100 computer network for a company. The goals of the project are the following: purchasing, delivering, staging, and installing computers. Using the example project, the solution provide the learner with an understanding of the assumptions, project risks, project constraints, and project structure approach.

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