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Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

  1. You have stored confidential financial data in a shared folder named AccSecured on your Windows 2000 Professional computer.Your company hires an intern named Richard.You create a subfolder named intern, which Richard needs to access.You want to allow Richard access to the intern subfolder only.

    You create a user account named intern.You want to allow the intern user account the ability to update, create, and delete files within the intern folder.You need to prevent Richard from accessing any other files or folders within the AccSecured folder.

    What should you do?

      (Choose all that apply)
    1. Map a network drive to the AccSecured\intern folder from Richard's computer.
    2. Map a network drive to the AccSecured shared folder from Richard's computer.
    3. Allow the intern user account modify permissions on the intern subfolder.
    4. Allow the intern user account traverse folder/execute file permission on the AccSecured folder.
    5. Allow the intern user account list folder content permission on the AccSecured folder.Remove read extended attributes and read permissions.

    Answer: C, D

    Explanation: The traverse folder/execute file permission" enables Richard to traverse the AccSecured folder to reach the intern folder, while the modify permissions on the intern folder allow Richard to modify information in the intern subfolder.

  2. Ten users at your office run an accounting application on their Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers. The application stores its data in a shared network folder named Accdata on a Windows 2000 Server computer named Server1.

    You upgrade all 10 computers to Windows 2000 Professional and verify that all applications are compatible with Windows 2000.After the upgrade, some users report that they are receiving intermittent data-corruption error messages.They are also receiving data file-version mismatch error messages.

    When these errors occur, your only method of recovery is to restore the entire contents of the Accdata folder from a known good backup copy.

    You need to prevent these errors from occurring in the future.

    What should you do?

    1. Configure Accdata folder to allow a maximum of one user.
    2. Configure the Accdata folder to disable client caching.
    3. Create a group policy that removes the Bypass Traverse Checking user right on server1.
    4. Create a group policy that increases the amount of idle time required before a session disconnects on server1.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: Client caching is a new feature in Windows 2000.The legacy application, written for Windows NT 4.0, which does not have the client caching feature, cannot handle client caching in Windows 2000. Therefore client caching has to be disabled.

  3. You run a 16-bit scientific data analysis package on your Windows 2000 Professional computer.The package consists of three components.

    The first component is a data acquisition application that monitors continuous data output from scientific instruments.The second component is a data analysis application that receives data from the data acquisition application by using shared memory.The third component is a data graphing application that displays the processed data in real time.

    The data analysis application communicates with the data graphing application by using OLE.When you attempt to analyze large data sets, your computer is not able to display data in real time.You install a second processor in your computer.Only one processor is used while the package is running, even though task manager shows both processors.

    You want your data analysis package to use both processors.

    What should you do?

      (Choose two)

    1. Configure the data acquisition application to run in its own virtual DOS machine (VDM).
    2. Configure the data analysis application to run in its own virtual DOS machine (VDM).
    3. Configure the data graphing application to run in its own virtual DOS machine (VDM).
    4. Configure the virtual DOS machine for the data acquisition and data analysis applications to have a hard affinity for processor 0.Configure the VDM for the data graphing application to have a hard affinity for processor1.
    5. Configure the virtual DOS machine for the data acquisition to have a hard affinity for processor 0. Configure the VDM for the data graphing application to have a hard affinity for processor1.

    Answer: C, D

    Explanation: Since data acquisition and data analysis use shared memory, they should run in the same VDM, but data graphing should be run in a separate VDM.The VDMs are able to communicate through OLE.By using the affinity setting, the two VDMs can be configured to run on different processors.This can be done by using the Task Manager.

  4. You use a Windows 2000 Professional computer at home.You need to access shared files on a server named server1.This server is on your company's network and is not accessible from the Internet.

    Your company's network also includes a third party VPN server that is accessible from the Internet.You dial in to your Internet service provider and then create a VPN connection to your company's VPN server.After the connection is successfully established, you run the net view \\server1 command and receive the following error 'the server is inaccessible or could not be found'.

    You need to access the shared files on server 1.

    What should you do?

    1. Stop and then start the TCP/IP NetBIOS helper service on your computer.
    2. Stop and then start the DNS client service on your computer.
    3. Add a HOSTS entry for server1 to your computer.
    4. Add a LMHOSTS entry for server1 to your computer.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: By adding a LMHOST entry for server1, the home computer will be able to access the Server by using its NetBIOS name.

  5. You have just added three new hard disks to your Windows 2000 Professional computer.You want to configure all of the disks as two drives.You want the two drives to be as equal in size as possible.You want to configure the non-system drive for the best optimal performance.

    What should you do?

    1. Extend the system volume onto disk1. Create a single, stripe volume from disk2 and disk3.
    2. Extend the system volume onto disk2. Create a single, stripe volume from disk1 and disk2.
    3. Extend the system volume onto disk1. Create a single, spanned volume from disk2 and disk3.
    4. Extend the system volume onto disk1. Create a single, spanned volume from disk1 and disk2.
    5. Create a single, stripe volume from disk1, disk2, and disk3.
    6. Create a single spanned volume from disk1, disk2, and disk3.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: Configuring the non-system volume as a striped volume will realize the best performance gains in this scenario.The system volume is extended onto disk1, which makes it size comparable to the non-system drive.

  6. You need additional storage space on your Windows 2000 Professional computer.You install a second SCSI controller and a second hard disk.

    During the installation of the SCSI driver, you receive a warning that the driver is unsigned.You complete the installation of the driver and restart Windows 2000 Professional.During startup, you receive a Stop error.

    You need to correct the error and start Windows 2000 as quickly as possible.

    What should you do?

    1. Start the computer in Recovery Console.Delete the SCSI controller driver.
    2. Start the computer by using the last known good configuration.
    3. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 startup floppy disks, and repair the system files.
    4. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 startup floppy disks, and repair the registry.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: As the computer cannot be successfully rebooted after the installation of the driver, it is most likely that the new driver is the cause of the problem.The Last Known Good Configuration (LKGC) will load the last hardware and registry configuration that was automatically saved by Windows 2000 on the last successful start up of Windows 2000 and can thus be used to return to the system to the system state before the driver was installed.

  7. You are preparing to install Windows 2000 Professional on 75 new computers.You want to create a standard installation image to use on all the new computers.The computers have several different configurations of hard disks and hardware components.

    You install Windows 2000 Professional and other standard software on one of the computers.You log on to the computer using the local Administrator account.You configure the standard applications and customize the desktop settings you intend to deploy.

    You run the Setup Manager and create a Sysprep.inf file.You copy Sysprep.exe and Setupcl.exe to the C:\Sysprep folder.You run Sysprep.exe and run your third party disk imaging software.

    You copy the image to the several test computers and restart the computers.When the installation is complete, you find that some of the computers do not function at all.You also find that the desktop settings do not appear as you have configured them on the original computer.

    You want to correct the imaging process and ensure that all computers have the same standard desktop.

    What should you do?

      (Choose two)

    1. Copy Sysprep.inf to C:\Sysprep folder.
    2. Copy the Administrator profile to the Default User profile, and then grant permissions to the Everyone group to use the profile.
    3. Include the -pnp parameter for Sysprep.exe when you rerun that utility.
    4. Include the -nosidgen parameter for Sysprep.exe when you rerun that utility.

    Answer: B, C

    Explanation: B: A user profile is automatically created and maintains the desktop configuration for each user's desktop on the local Windows 2000 computer.This user profile is created when the user logs on to a computer for the first time.An administrator profile, which maintains the administrators desktop configuration is created during the Windows 2000 Professional installation.In this scenario the administrator profile must be copied and used as the Default User profile, which is applied to all users.As all users are automatically placed in the Everyone user group, the Everyone user group must be granted permission to access this profile. C: Because the computers that Windows 2000 Professional will be installed onto have different hardware configurations, a full plug and play detection must be done during the installation process.This can be accomplished by including the -pnp parameter to the sysprep.exe utility, as this parameter causes the plug and play detection utility to be used.

  8. You install a new USB scanner on a Windows 2000 Professional computer.Two weeks later, the user of the computer informs you that when he scans images with the scanner, the colors do not display correctly.When he prints the scanned images, the colors print correctly.

    You need to ensure that the scanned images display the correct colors.

    What should you do?

    1. In Scanners and Cameras in Control Panel, remove the color management profile.
    2. In the Display Properties in Control Panel, set the Windows color scheme to Windows standard.
    3. In the advanced properties of the Display Properties in Control Panel, remove all color management profiles.
    4. In the Display Properties in Control Panel, increase the colors setting.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: One of the color management settings is making the picture look distorted when it is displayed on the screen.By removing all color management profiles, the default setting would be used.This would give a better on screen picture. Incorrect answers: A: Because the printed picture quality was correct, the scanning setting must have been correctly configured.If it were not, the printed picture would also have been distorted. B: Only the scanned image, and not the entire display, is displayed with the wrong colors.It is therefore not necessary to set the Windows color scheme to Windows standard. D: Only the scanned image, not the entire display, is displayed with the wrong colors.It is therefore not necessary to increase the display property's colors setting

  9. You need to install Windows 2000 Professional on 35 new computers on your company's network.You also need to install Recovery Console during the installation.

    You create a distribution folder and copy the Windows 2000 Professional Support folder to the network server.Then you create a network boot floppy disk to install Windows 2000 Professional from the distribution folder.

    You need to create a batch file, which the network boot disk will execute to start the installation.

    Which command must you specify in the batch file?

    1. Winnt32 /cmd:z:\i386\winnt/a
    2. Winnt32 /cmd:z:\support\tools\setup.exe
    3. Winnt /e:z:\i386\winnt32 /cmdcons
    4. Winnt /e:z:\support\tools\setup.exe

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The switch /e specifies that the Windows 2000 Setup program must run a command after the final stage of the installation of Windows 2000 is finished.The parameter winnt32 /cmdcons specifies that the command must install the Recovery Console onto the hard drive.

  10. You are the administrator of your company's network.You want to deploy a Windows 2000 Professional service pack to 10 computers in the Development organizational unit.

    You create a Windows 2000 installer package file for the service pack.You use the package file to successfully install the service pack to other computers in the domain.You assign the package file to the Development organizational unit.After the installation, you notice that the service pack was not installed on any of the 10 computers.

    You want to ensure that the service pack is successfully installed on the computers in the Development organizational unit.

    What should you do?

    1. Use Computer Management to start the Windows installer service on all the computers in the Development organizational unit
    2. Use the local administrator account to log on to the computers in the Development organizational unit. Then redeploy the service pack to the computers in the Development organizational unit.
    3. Run Windows Installer to repair the package file.Then redeploy the service pack to the computers in the Development organizational unit.
    4. Add the user accounts from the Development organizational unit to a DACL.Grant the user accounts read permission to the service pack deployment directory.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: Before users can access resources on Windows 2000, they must be assigned the appropriate permissions to those resources.In this scenario the users from the Development OU need to be assigned read permission to the deployment directory, which is an object, to be able to start the installation process.Objects, such as the deployment directory, use a DACL (discretionary access control list) to check whether users or groups have been allowed or denied permissions to the object that they are attempting to access.Therefore, the user accounts of the Development OU must be added to the DACL of the deployment folder.

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