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MCSE Sample Questions : Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

  1. Your routed TCP/IP network consists of 10 Windows 2000 Server computers and 75 Windows 2000 Professional computers.Your network uses TCP/IP as the only network protocol.You are installing 10 new Windows 2000 Professional computers.You want to enable the new computers to use NetBIOS names to connect to all shared resources as the network.You configure a TCP/IP address and a subnet mask on each new computer.

    Which 2 additional TCP/IP properties should you configure on each new computer?(Choose two)

    1. The bindings.
    2. A DNS address.
    3. A Gateway address.
    4. A WINS server address.
    5. A DHCP server address.

    Answer: C, D

    Explanation: As the network is routed, it consists of more than one subnet.On a routed network a default gateway address has to be configured so that the clients on one subnet will be able to communicate with the clients on another subnet across the router.The requirement to use NetBIOS names in a routed environment forces us to use a WINS server, as NetBIOS broadcasts cannot pass across the router.

  2. Your company network includes 6,000 Windows 2000 Professional client computers and 35 Windows 2000 Server computers in a single domain.

    Your company has a print device that is used to print payroll checks.The print device is physically attached to the parallel port of one of the client computers.This print device's tray is loaded with checks at all times.You have shared this printer on the network as ChkPrinter and retained the default permissions.

    A payroll application runs on a server named HRserv.Every Wednesday at 5:00P.M, the application prints paychecks from employees on this printer.The payroll application runs as a Windows 2000 service on HRserv.

    You need to configure ChkPrinter so that only the payroll application will be able to use the printer.

    What should you do?

    1. Configure the share name for ChkPrinter to be ChkPrinter$.Configure the payroll application to print to this new share name.
    2. Configure ChkPrinter so that it is available only from 5:00 P.M to 5:30 P.M
    3. Configure ChkPrinter to allow the HRserv domain account print permissions for ChkPrinter.Remove print permissions for the Everyone group.
    4. Configure ChkPrinter to allow all HRserv domain accounts Print permissions for ChkPrinter.Change the permissions to deny print on ChkPrinter for the Everyone group.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The print application is run as a service account in the HRserv domain.By granting this account print permissions, and removing print permissions for the Everyone group, only the payroll application will be able to use the printer.

  3. You upgrade 6 MPS-compliant computers from Windows NT Workstation 4.0 to Windows 2000 Professional.Each computer has two 550 MHz processors.The computers are used for high-resolution graphics applications that require exceptional performance.After the upgrade users complain that the processing time for graphic applications is much slower than before.

    What should you do?

    1. Use Device Manager to enable the AGP bridge controller.
    2. Use Device Manager to install the MPS-compliant drivers for the second processor.
    3. Use Device Manager to install ACPI-compliant drivers for the second processor.
    4. During startup press F8 and install MPS-compliant drivers for the second processor.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: Before the upgrade, the NT Workstation 4.0 operating system was configured for multiprocessor support.The upgrade process does not automatically keep this configuration since a new Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) needs to be installed.This HAL has to be Multiprocessor (MPS) compliant.You can update the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) with the Device Manager.Open Computer Management in Administrative Tools, open Device Manager, expand Computer, right-click Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC (or similar), select Properties, select the Driver tab, and select Update Driver.This will start the Upgrade Device Driver Wizard, which can be used to update the HAL.

  4. You are configuring your computer to use both Windows 2000 Professional and Windows 98.Your computer has 3 6GB hard disks, Disk0, Disk1 and Disk2.You want to configure each hard disk to have a 6GB partition.You want to install Windows 98 on Disk0 and Windows 2000 Professional on Disk1.You want to store your project file on Disk2.You want to implement file level security on Disk1.You want to be able to access your project files when using either operating system.

    What file system should you implement on each hard disk?

    Answer: DISK 0 - FAT32 DISK 1 - NTFS DISK 2 - FAT32

    Explanation: The computer will boot from the first disk, which is Disk0.This disk must be formatted with the FAT32 file system as Windows 98 can only boot from the first disk, and cannot reside on a disk that has been formatted with the NTFS file system.As Windows 2000 will be installed on Disk1, it should be formatted with the NTFS file system as encryption and file level security require the NTFS file system.The Windows 98 operating system is not be able to detect the NTFS file system and as you want to store project file on Disk2 and you want to be able to access the project files from either operating system, you will have to format Disk2 with the FAT32 file system. DISK 0: Windows 98 will be installed on Disk 0.Windows 98 supports only FAT, not NTFS.FAT32 is preferred to FAT16. DISK 1: File level security should be implemented on Disk1.Only NTFS supports file level security. DISK 2: The project files are stored on disk2.They should be accessed from Windows 98 and Windows 2000. FAT must be used.FAT32 is preferred to FAT16.

  5. You install Windows 2000 Professional on your portable computer.Your computer has a built in 10MB Ethernet Adapter.You have installed a 100MB Ethernet PC Adapter card When the installation is complete you notice that the 10MB Ethernet PC card Adapter is not functioning. You use Computer Management to view the network adapter in your computer.Device Manager shows that the 10MB Ethernet Adapter card and the 100MB Ethernet PC Adapter card are conflicting with each other.

    You want to configure Windows 2000 Professional to use only the 100MB PC card Adapter.

    What should you do?

    1. Remove the 100MB Ethernet Adapter driver by using Device Manager.
    2. Remove the drivers from both Ethernet Adapter cards by using Device Manager.
    3. Install the 100MB Ethernet Adapter in different PC card slot.
    4. Disable the device driver for 10Mb Ethernet Adapter card by using Device Manager.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: The 10MB and the 100MB adapter cards are in conflict.By disabling the 10MB adapter card it will no longer use any system resources and the 100MB adapter would work properly.The 10MB adapter does not have to be physically removed; it could just be disabled.

  6. You are the administrator of your company's network.You install Windows 2000 Professional on 10 computers in the graphics department.The 10 computers have built in USB controllers.You physically install a USB tablet pointing device on each computer.You install the 32-bit manufacturer tablets software on each computer.A tablet icon appears in the central panel to configure the device but the device does not work.

    You want the USB tablets to work on 10 computers.

    What should you do?

    1. Enable the USB ports in the BIOS and reinstall the USB tablet device drivers.
    2. Enable the USB root hub controller and reinstall the USB tablet device drivers.
    3. Disable the USB error detection for the USB root hub controller and enable the USB tablet device in the hardware profile.
    4. Reinstall the USB device drivers and disable the USB error detection.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: On some older computers, the USB ports must be enabled manually in the BIOS.

  7. You encrypt your files to ensure the security of the files.You want to make a backup copy of the files and maintain their security settings.You have the option of backing up to either the network or floppy disk.

    What should you do?

    1. Copy the files to a network share on an NTFS volume and do nothing further.
    2. Copy the files to a network share on a FAT 32 volume and do nothing further.
    3. Copy the files to a floppy disk that has been formatted by using Windows 2000 Professional.
    4. Place the files in an encrypted folder, and then copy the folder to floppy disk.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: Encryption security settings are retained when an encrypted file is moved or copied to an NTFS volume.

  8. You are the administrator of your company's network.A user named Tom in the Art department wants to update his Windows 2000 Professional computer so that he can view graphics at the highest resolution. Tom downloads a video card driver from the Internet and then asks for your assistance in installing it. You are unsure of the source of driver.You want to ensure that Tom does not loose productive time because of the incompatible driver.

    What should you do?

    1. Install the driver in the computer.Save after installing the driver.Restart the computer, then use the last known good configuration to recover the original driver.
    2. Install the driver in the computer.Save after installing the driver, use hardware troubleshooter then use Recovery Console to recover the original driver.
    3. Display the advanced attributes of the video card driver file.Install the file, if the contents have been secured.
    4. Run a file signature verification survey to verify that the driver has a digital signature.Do not install otherwise.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: SIGVERIF.EXE is a file signature verification utility that can be used to quickly scan protected system files and verify that their digital signatures are intact.In the utility's advanced settings dialog box, you can set the program to scan non-system files in any location, including the downloaded driver in this scenario. You would click on Start, select Run, type sigverif in the dialog box and press Enter.This will bring up the file signature verification utility.You would then click the Advanced button, select Look for other files that are not digitally signed, and choose Browse, to browse for the folder that contains the downloaded driver.

  9. You are the administrator of the domain.You are configuring a roaming user profile for a user named Paul West.You create a user account named Paul West on the Windows 2000 server computer named server1.You define a network profile by entering the path \\server1\profile\%username% in Paul's user account setting.

    When Paul logs on to a Windows 2000 Professional computer he sees the following message. "Windows can not locate your roaming profile and is attempting to log you on with your local profile which will not be propagated to the server."

    The details of network cannot be found.You want to configure the roaming user profile for Paul.

    What should you do?

    1. Create a home folder for Paul.
    2. Share the network profile directory.
    3. Map a device to the network profile directory.
    4. Use the %username% variable to allow access.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: Roaming profiles are used for users who log on to the network from different computers but who require the same desktop setting regardless of which computer they use to logon.Therefore, the roaming profiles must be stored on a network share and the user account must be given appropriate NTFS and share permissions to that folder.This will allow the user account to access that folder regardless of the computer that they use to logon to the network.In this scenario a network folder has been specified as the folder where the roaming profiles must be stored.However, Paul's user account cannot access the roaming profile therefore Paul's user account has probably not been given the appropriate permissions to the folder that is used to store the profiles.

  10. You install Windows 2000 Professional on your portable computer.You install a SCSI PC card adapter, that you can use in the office to use color scanner.You use a docking station for your computer when you are in the office.You want to maximize the battery performance for your portable computer.You also want to prevent the driver from loading whenever you are away from the office.

    What should you do?

    1. When away from the office use Device Manager to remove the adapter.
    2. When away from the office configure the startup properties for the adapter to be automatic.
    3. Remove the computer from the docking station and start Windows 2000 Professional to disable the SCSI PC card adapter device for the current profile.
    4. Remove the computer from the docking station and start Windows 2000 Professional.Use Device Manager to remove SCSI PC card adapter device.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The SCSI device should only be used when using the docked hardware profile at the office. Therefore the SCSI device must be disabled in the undocked hardware profile.

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