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Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

  1. You use Windows Backup to backup the files on your Windows 2000 Professional computer.Your 
    computer is configured to perform a daily backup of your files on drive D.
    On Thursday morning, drive D on your computer fails.You replace the failed hard disk with a new hard 
    disk.You want to restore files on drive D to the new hard disk.You view your back up log as shown in
    the exhibit..
    

    Exhibit Backup Status Operation: Backup Active backup destination: Tape Media name: "Set created Friday at 11:00 PM" Backup of "D;" Backup set #1 on media #1 Backup description: "Set created Friday at 11:00 PM" Backup Type: Normal Backup started on 9/8/1999 at 11:00 PM. Backup completed on 9/9/1999 at 1:30 AM. Directories: 5012 Files: 4323 Bytes: 4, 623, 252, 320 Time: 2 hours 30 minutes 2 seconds -------- -------------------- Backup Status Operation: Backup Active backup destination: Tape Media name: "Set created Saturday at 11:00 PM" Backup of "D:" Backup set #1 on media #1 Backup description: "Set created Saturday at 11:00 PM" Backup Type: Incremental Backup started on 9/9/1999 at 11:00 PM. Backup completed on 9/9/1999 at 11:26 PM. Directories: 116 Files: 320 Bytes: 6, 278, 256 Time: 26 minutes 32 seconds --------- ---------------------- Backup Status Operation: Backup Active backup destination: Tape Media name: "Set created Sunday at 11:00 PM" Backup of "D:" Backup set #1 on media #1 Backup description: "Set created Sunday at 11:00 PM" Backup Type: Incremental Backup started on 9/10/1999 at 11:00 PM. Backup completed on 9/10/1999 at 11:15 PM. Directories: 10 Files: 24 Bytes: 4, 272, 903 Time: 15 minutes 55 seconds ------------ --------------------- Backup Status Operation: Backup Active backup destination: Tape Media name: "Set created Monday at 11:00 PM" Backup of "D:" Backup set #1 on media #1 Backup description: "Set created Monday at 11:00 PM" Backup Type: Incremental Backup started on 9/11/1999 at 11:00 PM. Backup completed on 9/11/1999 at 11:55 PM. Directories: 732 Files: 964 Bytes: 9, 243, 747 Time: 55 minutes 12 seconds ---------- -------------------------- Backup Status Operation: Backup Active backup destination: Tape Media name: "Set created Tuesday at 11:00 PM" Backup of "D:" Backup set #1 on media #1 Backup description: "Set created Tuesday at 11:00 PM" Backup Type: Incremental Backup started on 9/12/1999 at 11:00 PM. Backup completed on 9/12/1999 at 11:01 PM. Directories: 116 Files: 1 Bytes: 1, 623, 252 Time: 6 seconds ---------- ----------------------------- Backup Status Operation: Backup Active backup destination: Tape Media name: "Set created Wednesday at 11:00 PM" Backup of "D:" Backup set #1 on media #1 Backup description: "Set created Wednesday at 11:00 PM" Backup Type: Incremental Backup started on 9/13/1999 at 11:00 PM. Backup completed on 9/13/1999 at 11:14 PM. Directories: 84 Files: 38 Bytes: 2, 984, 837 Time: 14 minutes 32 seconds

    In which order should you restore your data?

    1. Friday, Wednesday: Files will be current as of the Wednesday night.
    2. Friday, Thursday: Files will be current as of the Thursday morning.
    3. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday: Files cannot be restored after this time.
    4. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: Files will be current as of the Wednesday night.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: You cannot start the restore process with an incremental restore.Instead you must start with the normal backup from Friday.Incremental backups only backup files that are not marked as archived.Once they are backed up, the backed up files are marked as archived.Incremental backups thus only backup files that have changed since the last backup.Therefore, when restoring files from an incremental backup, all the incremental backups must be used in sequence from the oldest backup to the most recent one.The incomplete incremental backup from Tuesday must be included since 1 file was backup up.

  2. Your Windows 2000 Professional computer has 64 MB of RAM and two hard disk drives, drive C and drive D.Each hard disk has more than 500 MB of free disk space.Windows 2000 Professional is installed on drive D.

    You frequently run two or more memory-intensive graphics applications simultaneously.You notice that access to drive C is much slower when you are using the graphic applications.

    You want to maximize disk performance.

    What should you do?

    1. Configure the paging file on drive C to set the initial size of the virtual memory and a maximum size of the virtual memory to the 64 MB.
    2. Configure the paging file on drive C to set the initial size of the virtual memory and a maximum size of the virtual memory to the 128 MB.
    3. Move the paging file from drive C to drive D. Set the initial size of virtual memory and the maximum size of virtual memory to 256 MB.
    4. Move the paging file from drive C to drive D. Set the initial size of virtual memory to 56 MB and maximum size of virtual memory to 256 MB.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: If possible, the paging file should be placed on a different physical disk than the operating system.In this scenario the paging file should be placed on the D drive.The default size of a paging file is 1.5 times available RAM; in this scenario it should be 96MB.Sometimes it is beneficial to increase the default paging file size, for example when using resource intensive applications.

  3. You upgrade five computers in the Finance organizational unit (OU) from Windows NT Workstation 4.0 to Windows 2000 Professional.The computers are used by members of the Finance OU to run financial Applications.All five computers are configured to have the default security settings.

    A user named Helene reports that she can no longer log run the financial applications on her Windows 2000 Professional computer.Prior to the upgrade, Helene was able to run the financial applications on her computer.Helene is a member of the local Users group.

    You want the financial applications to run on her computer.

    What should you do?

    1. Use Computer Management to configure separate memory space for each financial application on Helene's computer.
    2. Use Security Templates to edit the Security Policy to include the financial application on Helene's computer. Then add Helene's user account to the Power Users group on Helene's computer.
    3. Use Security Configuration and Analysis to reconfigure the default security policy .inf to allow financial applications to run on Helene's computer.
    4. Use Secedit.exe to apply the Compatws.inf security template on Helene's Security Policy to loosen the permissions for the local Users group on Helene's computer.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: The Compatws.inf template relaxes security settings for the Users group and is therefore well suited for workstations that need compatibility with older applications.In fact, the main purpose of the compatws.inf template is to enable non-certified legacy programs to run.

  4. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Professional computer.A user named Maria assists you in performing some administrative tasks.Maria is a member of local Administrators group.

    Users report that Maria has been viewing and changing their files.You want Maria to be able to install programs, perform backups and manage printers, but not to view, change or read other users' files for which permission has not been granted.

    You want to set up Maria's account to have minimal rights and permission.You want to accomplish this with least amount of administrative effort.

    What should you do?

    1. Leave Maria in the local Administrators group. Limit her rights by using Local Policies.
    2. Leave Maria in the local Administrators group. Change the NTFS provision on other users' files to deny Maria's request.
    3. Remove Maria from the local Administrators group. Add her to both the Power Users group and Backup Operators group.
    4. Remove Maria from local Administrators group. Add her to Power User group. Then grant her NTFS Read permission on the files to be backed up.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: By adding Maria's user account to the Power Users group Maria will inherit the ability to share resources and install programs that is conferred on members of the Power Users group.To grant Maria the ability to backup files she must be added to the Backup Operators group, which has the permissions to backup files.As a member of this group Maria will be able to backup files as she will inherit those rights by virtue of being a member of that group.Maria will not have permissions to read the users' files as she has been removed from the local administrators group and as neither the Power Users group nor the Backup Operators group has the permissions to read other users' files.

  5. You are the administrator of your company's network.Your network consists of 20 Windows 2000 Professional computers.You want to configure all of the computers to allow access to the Internet.

    Your budget does not allow for installing a permanent Internet connection for the network.You do have a single dial-up account at a local Internet Service Provider (ISP) and a 56-Kbps modem.You want the computer to be able to access the Internet when Web resources are requested.

    What should you do?

      (Choose all that apply)
    1. Configure the shared modem to use software handshaking
    2. Configure the dial-up connection to enable on-demand dialing.
    3. Configure the dial-up connection to enable the Internet Connection Sharing.
    4. Configure all the other computers to have a dial-up connection that uses the shared modem.
    5. Attach the modem to one of the Windows 2000 Professional computers, and create a dial-up connection to the ISP.
    6. Attach the modem to one of the Windows 2000 Professional computers, and share the modem on the network.

    Answer: B, C, E

    Explanation: To enable the computer to access the Internet when Web resources are requested, you must first attach the modem to the computer and create a dial-up connection to the ISP.You must then configure the dial- up connection to enable Internet Connection Sharing.This can be accomplished by opening Network And Dial- Up Connections, then right-click the dial-up connection, select Properties, select the Sharing tab, and finally enable the Internet Connection Sharing For This Connection check box.To enable this connection to dial automatically when another computer on the home network attempts to access external resources, the Enable On-Demand Dialing check box must be selected.

  6. You want to upgrade 150 computers from Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Windows 2000 Professional. You create an Unattend.txt file by using Setup Manager.You copy the file to a floppy disk.

    You then start the installation on a test computer by using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM. You insert the floppy disk after the computer starts.

    Although you had set the user interaction level to full unattended mode, you are prompted for all the required parameters.You want to ensure that the unattended installation does not prompt you for input.

    What should you do?

    1. Add a [Data] section to Unattend.txt, and set the Unattendedinstall parameter to Yes.
    2. Add an [Unattend] section to Unattend.txt, and set the OEMPreinstall parameter to yes.
    3. Rename Unattend.txt on the floppy disk to Winnt.sif.
    4. Create a \$Oem$\$1 folder on the hard disk of the test computer, and copy Unattend.txt to the folder.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: When booting the computer from the CD-ROM, and then using an answer file from a floppy disk, the answer file must be named Winnt.sif.

  7. You copy the contents of the Windows 2000 Professional CD to a shared network folder named \\Server1\Win2000p.You use the shared folder to perform over-the-network installations of Windows 2000 Professional on new computers purchased by your company.

    You receive a Windows 2000 Service Pack Cd.You apply the Service Pack to Server1 and to the \\Server1\Win2000p folder.

    You discover that the Service Pack contains several files that are incompatible with the new computers.

    You want to make sure that the Service Pack files are not installed on any new computers until the problem has been corrected.

    What can you do?

    1. Use Update.exe from the Service Pack CD on server1. Select the Uninstall option.
    2. Copy the contents of the Windows 2000 Professional CD to \\Server1\Win2000p again, allowing the operating system to overwrite newer files while copying.
    3. Run \\Server1\Win2000p\WinNT32.exe/u on the new computer.
    4. Run Update.exe/s:\\Server1\Win2000p/u from the Service Pack CD on Server1.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: The service pack that has been applied, or slipstreamed, to the installation files and cannot be unapplied.You thus have to replace the installation files in the network share with the original Windows 2000 installation files.

  8. You want to install Windows 2000 Professional on 45 new computers on your company's network.You first install Windows 2000 Professional on one of the new computers.

    You log on to the computer by using the local Administrator account.You install Microsoft Office 97, a virus scanner, and other company-standard applications.You then create a RIS image of the computer you configured.

    You want to configure the RIS image so that the standard applications will be accessible to the user when the user first logs on to the network.

    What should you do?

    1. Run Rbfg.exe before installing the standard applications.
    2. Run RIPrep.exe before installing the standard applications.
    3. Copy the All Users profile to the Default Users profile.
    4. Copy the local Administrator account profile to the Default Users profile

    Answer: D

    Explanation: By copying the local Administrator account profile to the default users profile, all users will get access to the shortcuts, which were made when the local administrator installed the applications.

  9. You want to upgrade 400 computers from Windows 95 to Windows 2000 Professional.Most of the computers in your company use the same hardware.However, several different peripheral devices are used throughout the company.

    You want to verify that the hardware in use is compatible with Windows 2000 Professional.You want to accomplish this with least amount of administrative effort.

    What should you do?

    1. Create several different computer configurations. Install Windows 2000 Professional and enable driver signing.
    2. Create a bootable floppy disk that contains and automatically runs WinNT32.exe/CheckUpgradeOnlyQ. Send the floppy disk to each user on the network.
    3. Copy the contents of Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM to a network share. From the network, modify your network logon scripts to run WinNT32.exe/Unattended:ReportOnly.
    4. Use Setup Manager to create a Setup.inf file. Add the entry ReportOnly=Yes to the [Win9xUpg] section of the answer file. Run Winnt32.exe /Unattended:Setup.inf on all of the different computer configurations.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: Winnt32.exe /unattended:setup.inf will start an unattended installation using the answer file setup.inf.When ReportOnly=Yes is added in the [Win9xUpg] section of the answer file, the installation only generates an upgrade report and then exits without making any changes to the current Windows 95 or Windows 98 installation.The upgrade report contains a list of hardware and software incompatibilities and is saved to the root of the system drive if the SaveReportTo key is not specified.

  10. Your Windows 2000 Professional computer has a removable disk device installed.The device can use storage modules of varying sizes.You use these storage modules to transfer graphics files between your location and a printing company.The printing company uses Windows NT 4.0 service pack 3.

    You insert a new 20 MB disk device into your computer.When you attempt to format it as FAT32 with the default options, you receive the following error message "Windows was unable to complete the format."

    You need to format the device so that you can use it to send a large graphic file to the printing company. How should you format the device?

    1. As FAT 16 with a 4-KB cluster size.
    2. As FAT 32 with a 1-KB cluster size.
    3. As FAT 32 with a 4-KB cluster size.
    4. As NTFS with a 4-KB cluster size.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: FAT16 and NTFS 4.0 are the only file formats supported by Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 3.

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