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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education Caraga Administrative


Region DIVISION OF AGUSAN DEL NORTE

Weekly Learning Activity Sheet

Name of Teacher: Christian Jay L. Gumapac

School: Tubay National High School

Division: Agusan del Norte


Learning Area: Computer Systems Servicing
Grade Level: XII
Quarter: I
Most Essential Learning SETTING-UP COMPUTER SERVER
Competency (MELC):
Code: TLE_IACSS912SUCS-IIIa-e37
Month: October 2020
Week Covered (specify Week 1 (October 12-16, 2020)
the dates):
Title of the Activity: Set up user access

Objective(s): The learner:


TASK SHEET
1. Check normal functions of server
Title: Checking the 2. Determine the functionsofofServer
Normal Function a computer server
3. Appreciate the uses of a server
Performance Objective: Given the supplies and equipment, you should be able to check
normal functions of a server in accordance with manufacturers’
instructions.

Supplies/Materials :
Materials (preferably  Learning Modules
localizedEquipment
and available at :  Computers
Activity Sheetwith router
home):  Student’s activity Notebook
Steps/Procedure:
Procedures Check
1. (direct andon the Server
TheManager and look for
learner demonstrates the File Services,
understanding DHCP and
of basic concepts, underlying
concise): Printer Services if theories
it is properly installed.
and core competencies in computer systems and
2. Open the Local C networks.
folder
3. Open DFRoots and then Namespace1 folder
4. Create a new folder and share
5. Redirect the folder using the Server manager
6. Log-in to your client PC and look for the folder you have created from your
server
7. Create a new document, and then save it to the folder that was created from
the server
8. Go back to you server, open Local C and check on the document you have
created from the client PC.
9. Check if the files saved from your client PC is synchronized on your Server
PC.

Assessment Method:
Demonstration
Performance Criteria Checklist

CRITERIA
Did you…. YES NO
1. Check on the Server Manager and look for the File Services, DHCP
and Printer Services if it is properly installed?

2. Open the Local C folder?

3. Open DFRoots and then Namespace1 folder?


4. Create a new folder and share?
5. Redirect the folder using the Server manager?
6. Log-in to your client PC and look for the folder you have created
from your server?

7. Create a new document, and then save it to the folder that was
created from the server?
8. Go back to you server, open Local C and check on the document
you have created from the client PC?
9. Check if the files saved from your client PC is synchronized on your
Server PC?