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Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

  1. You are configuring 5 computers to use both Windows NT workstation 4.0 and Windows 2000 Professional.Each computer has an 8GB hard disk.You configure that hard disk on each computer to have two 4GB partitions.Windows NT workstation is installed on drive D.Windows 2000 Professional is installed on drive D.In Windows 2000 Professional you configure a disk quota on drive D to prevent users from saving work files on the disk.You restart the computer and load Windows NT workstation. You notice that users can still save files to drive D.

    You want to prevent users from saving files to drive D in either operating system.You also want to ensure that users can access both drives using either operating system.

    What should you do on each computer?

    1. Use Windows 2000 Professional to configure drive D as a dynamic volume.
    2. Use Windows 2000 Professional to enable Encrypting File System (EFS) on drive D.
    3. Use Windows NT workstation to configure NTFS permission on drive D to deny the users write permission.
    4. Reinstall Windows NT workstation after configuring the disk code task.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: To prevent both Windows NT 4.0 Workstation and Windows 2000 Professional users from writing to the D drive, NTFS permissions must be used.For example, it could be used to deny users write permission.

  2. You use a Windows 2000 Professional computer to run a weekly accounts table.The report has the name ap_financial_reports.You also want to use the computer to run a task named perf_log to connect to network routers and retrieve their performance logs.When the ap_financial_reports is running on the computer, the perf_log task stops responding the eventually times out.When you run only the perf_log task, the task completes successfully.You use the task manager to view your system resources.

    You want to resolve the performance log time out problem by using task manager.

    What should you do?

    1. Decrease the base priority of the ap_financial_reports task.
    2. Decrease the number of threads available for the ap_financial_reports task.
    3. Increase the base priority of the perf_log task.
    4. Increase the number of threats available for perf_log task.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: In this scenario the ap_financial_reports task is using too much system resources.To reduce the amount of system resources allocated to the task, the task's base priority has to be decreased.The base priority can be set from -32768 to 32767.The default priority setting is 0.

  3. You are the administrator of your company's network.You install 220 new Windows 2000 Professional computers in the Sales department.Two weeks later users report that five of the computers have stopped responding.You troubleshoot the five computers and find that the users have attached USB devices and have installed device drivers that are not supported by Windows 2000 Professional.You want to ensure that it does not happen again.

    You decide to configure the computer to install device drivers only for the devices that are included on the current hardware compatibility list (HCL).

    What should you do?

    1. Use NTFS permission to restrict users access to the C:\WinNT\driver cache folder.
    2. Use NTFS permission to restrict users access to the C:\WinNT\system32\drivers folder.
    3. Configure Windows 2000 Professional to enable driver signing verification.
    4. Configure Windows 2000 Professional to trust the Microsoft certificate authority (CA).

    Answer: C

    Explanation: To prevent the installation of unsigned drivers, the driver signing verification option has to be enabled.Microsoft has signed all the drivers for the devices, which are included in the hardware compatibility list (HCL).With driver signing enabled and set to block, only device drivers for devices on the current HCL will be allowed to be installed.

  4. You are the administrator of your company's network.Your network has 20 Windows 2000 server computers in the contoso.com domain.Your network also has 250 Windows 98 computers.You want to perform a clean installation of Windows 2000 Professional on all of the Windows 98 computers.All of the Windows 98 computers are identical models and are PXE complaint.

    You want to accomplish the following goals:

    • An unattended installation of Windows 2000 Professional will be performed.
    • An unattended installation of company's standard applications will be performed during the installation of Windows 2000 Professional.
    • Each computer will be assigned a unique security identifier description.
    • The unattended installation script will be modified so that the computers automatically join the contoso.com domain.

    You take the following actions:

    • Install Windows 2000 Professional on a Windows 98 computer named computer1.
    • Install and configure computer standard applications on computer1.
    • Use Setup Manager on computer1 to create an unattended.txt file based on the current configuration including domain membership.
    • Start the remaining Windows 98 computers and then install Windows 2000 Professional.Use the unattended.txt file to provide the setting for the installation.

    Which result or results do these actions produce?

      (Choose all that apply)
    1. An unattended installation of Windows 2000 Professional will be performed.
    2. An unattended installation of company's standard applications will be performed during the installation of Windows 2000 Professional.
    3. Each computer will be assigned a unique security identifier description.
    4. The unattended installation script will be modified so that the computers automatically join the contoso.com domain.

    Answer: A, C

    Explanation: The setup manager is used to create an unattend.txt answer file.Using the answer file an unattended installation will be performed.New security identifier descriptions (SIDs) are created by default during the installation process.

  5. You want to configure your Windows 2000 Professional computer to support two monitors.Your computer is configured to use 16-bit color, 1024 x 768 and an optimal refresh rate.You physically install plug and play PCI adapters and their appropriate drivers.The video adapters are included on the current hardware compatibility list (HCL).You start the computer after Windows 2000 Professional loads.You notice that the secondary monitor does not display an image.

    What should you do?

    1. Move the video adapters to different PCI slots so that the primary video adapter is in slot zero.
    2. Use the hardware troubleshooter to upgrade the video adapter drivers for the secondary video adapter.
    3. Run DXDIAG.exe to configure the video adapters.Configure the secondary video adapters to use the optimal refresh rate.
    4. Change the resolution of the primary video adapter to 640 x 480 and use the default refresh setting for the primary video adapter.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: When configuring multiple adapters to support multiple monitors, the primary display adapter should be installed in the either PCI slot 0 or 1.This will ensure that the monitor displays will be correct.

  6. You are the administrator of your company's network.You are preparing to deploy 20 new Windows 2000 Professional computers on your network.You want to be able to recover from disk failures and corrupt system files on the new computers.You want to configure the computers to automatically update their system configuration and emergency repair files on a scheduled bases.

    What should you do?

    1. Use the at command to schedule a weekly job to back up the boot partition.
    2. Use the at command to schedule a weekly job to run the system file checker.
    3. Use Windows backup to schedule a backup of the System State Data.
    4. Use Windows backup to schedule a backup of the system partition and the boot partition.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The System State Data backup is a backup of the registry, the Active Directory store on Domain Controllers only, the SYSVOL folder, the COM+ Class Registration database, system startup files, and the Certificate Services if Certificate Services are installed.To enable System State Data backups click on Start, select Accessories, select System Tools, select Backup, select Scheduled Jobs, choose Add Job, select Next: Only backup System State Data.Continue and finish the Wizard.

  7. From your Windows 2000 Professional computer, you need to map drive G to the default administrative share on drive C of a server named srv01.

    Which command can you use?

    1. Net share C$=G:\
    2. Net share Admin$=G:\
    3. Net use G: \\AppSrv01\C$
    4. Net use G; \\AppSrv01\Admin$

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The root of each volume on a hard disk is automatically shared, and the share name is the drive letter appended with a dollar sign ($).The appended dollar sign causes the share to be hidden.One method of mapping a drive to a logical drive is to open the command prompt and use the NET USE command.The basic syntax of this command is: NET USE devicename: \\computername\sharename.In this scenario this translates to the command: NET USE G: \\AppSrv01\C$.

  8. You have 17GB of private files on drive D on your Windows 2000 Professional computer.You have shared the files as private_files.You do not want other users to see this share name in the browse list.

    You want all other share names to continue to appear in the browser list.

    What should you do?

    1. Stop the computer browser service, and disable the startup state.
    2. Change the comment for the share to hidden:Yes
    3. Change the share name to private_files$.
    4. Add a hidden entry to the HKLMSystem\currentcontrolset\services\larmanserver\shares\private_files registry value entry.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: By appending a dollar sign to the end of the share name, the share is hidden and the folder will not be shown in any browse list.Only users who know the folder name can gain access to it if they also possess the proper permissions to it.

  9. During startup, a Windows 2000 Professional computer in your office proceeds directly to the desktop without first prompting for a user name and password first. You need to enforce logon requirements.

    What should you do?

    1. Change the Netlogon service startup setting to manual.
    2. Disable the Disable CTRL+ALT+DEL requirement for logon option in the local group policy.
    3. In Control Panel, modify the startup and recovery settings in the system option.
    4. In Control Panel, add the appropriate user accounts to the Users And Passwords setting.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: A combination of two factors will allow the computer to boot to the desktop without first prompting for a user name and password.This occurs when the user account logging on, usually the local administrator's account, has an empty password; and when the "Disable CTRL+ALT+DEL Requirement For Logon" is set.By default, Windows 2000 Professional requires users to press CTRL+ALT+DEL to log on to the computer.This increases security on the computer because, by forcing users to press CTRL+ALT+DEL, you are using a key combination recognized only by Windows to ensure that you are giving the password to Windows and not to a Trojan horse program waiting to capture the password.You must use the local Group Policy snap-in and disable the "Disable CTRL+ALT+DEL Requirement For Logon" policy setting.

  10. All of the client computers in your company's network are Windows 2000 portable computers.A user named Maria stores Sales files in her My Documents folder.She uses these files when she travels.Maria informs you that when she takes her portable computer to trade shows, she can access some of the Sales files but not all of them.When her portable computer is connected to the network at the office, she can access all of the files.

    You need to enable Maria to access all of the files in her My Documents folder when she is working remotely.

    What should you do?

    1. Allow Maria full control permissions on the %systemroot%\Documents and Settings\Maria\My Documents folder.
    2. Allow Maria full control permissions on the %systemroot%\ Documents and Settings\All Users\My Documents folder.
    3. Configure Maria's computer to automatically copy the entire contents of her network My Documents folder to her offline files folder.
    4. Configure Maria's computer to automatically copy the entire contents of her network My Documents folder to her local My Documents folder.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: To give Maria access to the files when she is working remotely, the folder needs to be enabled for offline access and must be configured to make the entire contents of the folder available offline.

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