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Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

  1. You need to install Windows 2000 Professional on 30 new computers.You also need to deploy a Windows 2000 Professional service pack during the installation.

    First, you create a network distribution folder named InstallFiles.You copy the i386 folder from the Windows 2000 Professional CD to the InstallFiles folder.

    What should you do?

    1. Copy the service pack files to the InstallFiles\Misc folder.
    2. Copy the service pack files to the InstallFiles\$OEM$ folder.
    3. From an existing client computer, run the Update -u command from the service pack to the InstallFiles folder.
    4. From an existing client computer, run the Update -s:InstallFiles command from the service pack to the InstallFiles folder.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: Service pack slipstreaming refers to a service pack being integrated with an updated version of Windows 2000 on a CD-ROM or on a network share.When Windows 2000 is installed from either source, the appropriate files from the service pack are installed without having to manually apply the service pack after the installation.To apply a new service pack, run Update.exe with the -s:distribution_folder switch, where distribution_folder is the name of the folder that contains the Windows 2000 installation files.

  2. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Professional computer named Computer1.Computer1 has a shared color laser printer named Printer1.Printer1 will not turn on.

    The printer queue for Printer1 has three jobs waiting to print.You want to enable the three waiting print jobs to print to an identical print device, which has been shared as Printer2 on Computer2.You also want to connect users who currently connect to Printer1 to automatically use Printer2 without having to reconfigure their default printer.

    What should you do?

    1. Enable bidirectional support for Printer1.
    2. Change the share name of Printer2 to Printer1.
    3. Configure Printer1 to add a port, and set the port to \\Computer2\Printer2.
    4. Configure the printer server properties to use the path \\Computer2\$Winnt$\System32\Spool\Printers.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The two print devices will use the same printer driver because they are identical.This makes it possible to redirect the print jobs.To redirect all print jobs from printer1 to printer2 you must add the port \\computer2\printer2 to printer1.

  3. You have implemented the Hisecws.inf security template on all the Windows 2000 Professional client computers in your network.

    A user has received a driver and utility software for an internal SCSI controller in his computer.He uses the manufacturer-provided CD to install the driver and the utility.He restarts the computers and reports that the internal SCSI controller is not working correctly.You discover that the driver is not installed correctly.

    What should you do?

    1. Disable the security template.Reconfigure the driver signing option.Install the driver.Enable the security template
    2. Reconfigure the driver signing option.Disable the security template.Install the driver.Enable the security template.
    3. Run the Sigverif command.Reconfigure the driver signing option.Install the driver
    4. Run the Sigverif command.Disable the security template.Install the driver.Enable the security template
    5. Run the Sfc/cancel command.Install the driver.Run the Sfc/enable command

    Answer: A

    Explanation: To reinstall the correct drivers, the security template must first be disabled.This will allow you to alter the driver signings policy, which you would reconfigure to either Ignore or Warn.This allows you to install the unsigned drivers.Once the correct drivers have been installed, you can reapply the security template.

  4. A folder on your Windows 2000 Professional computer contains bitmap files that have been compressed from 2MB to 1MB.You want to copy one of the compressed bitmap files from the hard disk to 1.4-MB floppy disk.

    When you attempt to copy, you receive the following error message 'Destination drive is Full'.

    What should to do?

    1. Move, rather than copy, the compressed bitmap file to the floppy disk.
    2. Reformat the floppy disk. Then copy the compressed bitmap file to the floppy disk.
    3. Use another program to compress the bitmap file before copying it to the floppy disk.
    4. Copy an empty compressed folder to the floppy disk. Then copy the compressed bitmap file to the folder on the floppy disk.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: Windows 2000 file compression only works on the NTFS file system.However, floppy disks make use of the FAT file system.When compressed files are copied from an NTFS drive to a FAT or FAT32 drive, the file loses it compressed state and becomes uncompressed.You therefore require another application to compress the bitmap file.You could for example use Winzip, WinRar, WinAce or Micosoft's compress.exe.

  5. On a Windows 2000 Professional computer, you run a shipping application that prints packing labels to a laser printer for every outgoing shipment, 24 hours per day.During peak hours, your company ships more than 1,000 packages per hour.

    You have just purchased a second identical laser printer to aid in printing.You want to configure the printers so that the jobs are load balanced.You connect the second laser printer to the computer.

    What must you do next?

    1. Enable bi-directional support.
    2. Enable printer pooling.
    3. Configure print spooling.
    4. Configure print sharing.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: To load balance print jobs on two printers you must create a printer pool.The printer pool will then automatically distribute the print jobs to the first available print device and the print jobs will be load balanced.

  6. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 network.You replace the uniprocessor computers in the graphics department with 25 new MPS-compliant computers.Each computer has two 550-MHz processors.

    You install the software that users need to perform their work.The software includes Win32-, Win16-, and DOS-based applications.

    Users report that when they use a Win 16-based application, they do not notice an improvement in performance compared to using the uniprocessor computers.You want the users in the graphics department to be able to see a noticeable improvement in performance.

    What should you do?

    1. Use Device Manager to install the MPS-compliant driver for the second processor.
    2. Use Device Manager to install the ACPI-compliant drivers for the second processor.
    3. Run the Win16-based application in a separate memory space.
    4. Replace the Win16-based applications with available Win32-based applications.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: Legacy 16-bit software cannot take advantage of multiple processors.The Win16-based applications therefore cannot use the second processor and should be replaced with Win32-based applications. A: The MPS-compliant computers are computers that are Multiprocessor System-compliant and are new. However, since there are no complaints concerning the performance of the Win32-based applications in this scenario, you can therefore assume that the MPS-compliant driver for the second processor has been installed. B: ACPI is related to power management and not multiprocessor support.It is therefore not relevant to this scenario. C: Separating the memory space of the Win16-based applications will not make them use the second processor as Win16-applications are not able to make use multiple processor systems.

  7. You are administrator of your company's network.Your company has offices in New York, Madrid, Paris and Tokyo.

    A user named Carmen works in the New York office, but she often travels to the Madrid office.Carmen uses the multi-language version of Windows 2000 Professional on her portable computer.She needs to be able to access both an English and Spanish user interface, input locale, and keyboard layout/IME.

    When Carmen is in the New York office, she logs on to the network by using the Carmen_eng user account.She is given the English user interface, input locale and keyboard layout/IME.When Carmen is in the Madrid office she logs on to the network by using the Carmen_span user account.She is then given the Spanish interface, input locale and keyboard layout/IME.

    Carmen reports that when she logs on to the network by using the Carmen_eng user account, she is not allowed to add any languages to her computer other than English, which is already installed.

    What should you do?

    1. Add the Spanish keyboard layout/IME for the Carmen_eng user account profile.
    2. Add the English keyboard layout/IME for the Carmen_span user account profile.
    3. Reconfigure the Group Policy Object for the Carmen_eng user account to allow her to change the languages on her computer.
    4. Configure the Group Policy Object for the Carmen_span user account to allow her to change the languages on her computer.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: Group Policy Objects are used to configure the language settings on a computer.To configure it you should open Administrative Tools, open Group Policy, select Local Computer Policy, select User Configuration, select Administrative templates, select Control Panel, open Regional Options and disable Restrict Selection of Windows 2000 menus and dialogs language.This policy restricts users to the specified language, by disabling the menus and dialogs control in the Regional Options control panel.If the specified language is not installed on the target computer, the language selection will default to English.

  8. You are the administrator of your company's network.A user named Andrew has limited dexterity, which prevents him from using a standard keyboard when completing his daily computing tasks.

    You configure the Windows 2000 Professional computer to use the on-screen keyboard and StickyKeys option.You save the accessibility option settings to a shared folder on the local hard disk of Andrew's computer.

    You want to configure the same options for a user named Peter.You logon to Peter's computer using Peter's login user account.You access the shared folder over the network from Peter's computer.You select the .acw file from the shared folder to a set up Peter's computer to use the accessibility options.

    You receive the error message shown in the exhibit.

    What should you do?

    1. Copy the .acw file to the C:\Documents and Setting\Default User folder.
    2. Save the accessibility options to a floppy disk and change the permissions to allow full control of the file.
    3. Resave the settings for the options by using Utility Manager. Then copy the file to Peter's local profile folder.
    4. Change the permissions of the .acw file in the shared network folder to allow read access for Peter's user account.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: The error message from the wizard indicates that Peter does not have permissions to the .acw file that contains the accessibility options.To be able to continue, Peter's permissions to the file must be changed to Read.

  9. You install Windows 2000 Professional on a new APM-compliant portable computer.You notice that whenever you attempt to shut down the computer, the Windows 2000 shutdown screen remains on the screen as the power remains on.

    You are able to shut off the computer by using the power button, but you want the computer to shut off when Windows 2000 Professional shuts down.

    What should you do?

    1. Restart the computer, disable APM in the system BIOS, and then restart the computer.
    2. Restart the computer, use Power Options in Control Panel to enable APM, and restart the computer.
    3. Restart the computer, use Power Options in Control Panel to enable hibernate support, and then restart the computer.
    4. Restart the computer, use Power Options in Control Panel to create a different power scheme, and then restart the computer.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: As APM is used on older computers while ACPI is the new Power Management standard, the APM might need to be enabled on some APM systems.This can be done from the Control Panel by opening the Power Options, selecting the APM tab and checking Enable Advanced Power Management Support.

  10. You are the administrator of the Coho Vineyard network.The network consists of 10 Windows 2000 Advanced Server computers and 250 Windows 2000 Professional computers.

    Your company has two domains cohovineyard.com and westcoastsales.com.

    The company's intranet site is on a Windows 2000 Advanced Server computer named ServerA.ServerA is in the cohovineyard.com domain and is running Internet Information Services (IIS) and Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0

    You want to configure the Windows 2000 Professional computers in the westcoastsales.com domain to access the intranet site.You want users to be able to connect to the intranet site by using the URL http://serverA rather than its fully qualified domain name.

    What should you do?

    1. Add cohovineyard.com to the Domain Suffix Search Order on the computers.
    2. Add westcoastsales.com to the Domain Suffix Search Order on the computers.
    3. Add westcoastsales.com to the exceptions list in the proxy server settings on the computers.
    4. Configure the proxy server settings on the computers to bypass the proxy server for intranet addresses.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: ServerA is located in the domain cohovineyard.com.If you add cohovineyard.com to the domain suffix then http://ServerA will translate to http://ServerA.cohovineyard.com, which would resolve this problem. This configuration can be done by opening TCP/IP properties, selecting the Advanced button, selecting the DNS tab, selecting 'Append these DNS Suffixes (in order)', selecting Add, and entering cohovineyard.com

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