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Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

  1. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 network.You purchase 25 new portable computers that have a preinstalled version of Windows 98.You upgrade the 25 new computers to Windows 2000

    Professional.

    You want to remove the Logoff option from the Start menu on the 25 new computers.

    Which two methods can you use to accomplish this goal?(Choose two)

    1. On the Advanced tab of the Taskbar and Start Menu dialog box, clear the Display Log Off option.
    2. On the Advanced tab of the Taskbar and Start Menu dialog box, clear the Administrative Tools option.
    3. On the General tab of the Taskbar and Start Menu dialog box, clear the Personalized Menus option. Log off and then log on to the computers.
    4. Use a Local Computer Policy that will not include the Logoff option on the Start menu.
    5. Use the User Profiles tab within the properties of My Computer to change the profile from the local profile to a roaming user profile.

    Answer: A, D

    Explanation: The Log Off option can be removed from the start menu by the following sequence: Open Start, Choose Settings, select Taskbar and Start menu, select the Advanced tab, and disable the Display Log Off option. A local computer policy could also be used to remove the log off option from the start menu.This is done by the following steps: Open the local computer policy, select User Configuration, select Windows settings, open Administrative templates, and disable Add Log Off to the start menu.

  2. You are the administrator of your company's network.You configure a local group named Accounting to have a mandatory user profile.The mandatory profile has been configured to include a custom logo that was saved with 16-bit color and 1024x768 resolution.

    Some of the Windows 2000 Professional computers in the accounting department have standard VGA video adapters, and others have SVGA video adapters.

    Several users report that when they log on to certain Windows 2000 Professional computers, the custom bitmap becomes very pixilated and distorted, and does not reflect the proper color depth.

    You want users to be able to correctly view the custom bitmap on any computer in the accounting department.

    What should you do?

    1. Configure a roaming user profile for each user in the Accounting group.
    2. Configure a separate user profile for each user in the Accounting Group.
    3. Change the custom bitmap to a 16-color bitmap that has 640x480 resolution, and reconfigure the mandatory user profile.
    4. Reinstall the appropriate WDM-compliant drivers for the computers that do not display the custom bitmap correctly.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: Not all standard VGA video adapters are capable of managing a 16-bit color bitmap with 1024x768 resolution.By changing the bitmap to a 16 color bitmap with a resolution of 640x480 (VGA), all standard VGA video adapters would be able to correctly present the custom bitmap.

  3. You run the English (US) edition of Windows 2000 Professional on your computer.You are developing a product installation document that has text in both English and Spanish.The word processing program you are using is a Windows 16-bit character-based application.

    You start the word processing program and complete the English Portion of the document.You then install Spanish as a language group by using Regional Options in Control Panel.

    However, you cannot use Spanish to complete the Spanish portion of your document.

    What should you do?

    1. Change the language preference from English to Spanish within the word processing Program.
    2. Install the Spanish version of Windows 2000 Professional. Reconfigure your language settings, and restart the word processing program.
    3. Save and close the word processing program. Select Spanish by using the locale indicator on the taskbar, and restart the word processing program.
    4. Save and close the word processing program. Log off and log on to the computer. Restart the word processing program, and select Spanish by using the locale indicator on the taskbar.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The word processing program has to be closed since 16-bit applications do not include multilingual support as most 32-bit programs do.You can then switch to Spanish by using the locale indicator on the taskbar.When the program is restarted the Spanish language will be selected and used.

  4. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 domain.You deploy a graphics software application to users in the Graphics organizational unit (OU).

    You want to create a custom installation for three users named Carlos, Carmen and Maria, who are members of Graphics OU.You want these three users to be able to access additional text, filters, and other graphics options for the software.

    What should you do?

    1. Create the Graphic Users OU in the domain. Add a custom .msi file to Graphics OU.
    2. Create the Graphic Users OU in the domain. Add a custom .mst file to Graphics OU.
    3. Create the Advanced Software OU within the Graphics OU, and add Carlos, Carmen and Maria. Create an .msi file, including changes, and apply the modifications to the Advanced Software OU.
    4. Create the Advanced Software OU within the Graphics OU and add Carlos, Carmen and Maria. Create an .mst file, including changes, and apply the modifications to the Advanced Software OU.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: You will first have to create a new OU and add the three users to the OU.To be able to produce a custom installation for Carlos, Carmen and Maria, the original .msi deployment file needs a transformation .mst file.This file is then published in the new advanced software OU.The transformation file (the .mst file) will be applied to the original deployment file (the .msi) at the time of the publication.

  5. You upgrade all client computers in your network to Windows 2000 Professional.Then you apply the Basicwk.inf security template to the computers.Now, none of the users can run the company's database application.

    What should you do?

    1. Apply the Compatws.inf security template to the computers.
    2. Delete the Basicwk.inf security template file from the computers.
    3. Use the System Policy Editor to configure a new security policy for the database application.
    4. For each user account, allow Read permission to the database application and in associated files.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: The basicwk.inf security template configures the Windows 2000 default security settings. Apparently the database application is a legacy application, which will not run with these default security settings.The compatws.inf template is applied to enable non-certified legacy programs to run successfully under the less secure Power User configuration.

  6. You are the administrator of your company's network.You purchase 75 new Windows 2000 Professional computers that will be shared by the users in Graphic organizational unit (OU).All the computers are configured identically.

    You want the users to be able to maintain their individual desktop settings regardless of which computer they use.You want to accomplish this with the least amount of administrative effort.

    What should you do?

    1. Configure each computer to join a workgroup. Create a user account and a local profile for each user.
    2. Configure each computer to join a workgroup. Create a domain user account that uses roaming user profiles.
    3. Configure each computer to join the domain. Create a user account for each user on a domain controller.
    4. Configure each computer to join the domain. Create domain user accounts that use roaming user profiles.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: The computers must be configured to join a domain as they are going to be shared by users in an organizational unit.Roaming user profiles must be configured as these allow the users to maintain their individual desktop settings regardless of which computer they use.

  7. You want to configure your Windows 2000 Professional computer to remotely access your company's Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access server.You configure a VPN connection.For security purposes, you configure the VPN connection to use MS-CHAP v2 only and to require encryption.You also configure TCP/IP to obtain an IP address automatically, to enable IPSec, and to set IPSec to Secure Server. When you try to connect, you receive the following error message, "The encryption attempt failed

    because no valid certificate was found."

    What should you do to connect to the server?

    1. Enable the VPN connection to use MS-CHAP.
    2. Change the data encryption setting to Optional Encryption.
    3. Specify a TCP/IP address in the Network properties.
    4. Change the IPSec policy setting to Client.

    Answer: D

    Explanation: In this scenario the client and the server are able to make some initial communication but then the encryption negotiation failed.The Server is configured to use the Secure Server (Require Security) policy, which does not allow unsecured communications with clients.By changing the policy at the server to Client (Respond Only) policy, plaintext communications would be allowed.The Client (Respond Only) policy effectively allows clear-text communication but will attempt to negotiate security if a security request is made.

  8. You want to install Windows 2000 Professional on 30 PXE-compliant computers and 35 non-PXE- compliant computers.All 65 computers are included on the current hardware compatibility list (HCL).

    You create a RIS image.You load the image on the RIS server.You then start the 65 computers.You find that the 30 PXE-Compliant computers can connect to the RIS server.

    However, the 35 non-PXE-compliant computers fail to connect to the RIS server.

    What should you do?

    1. Run Rbfg.exe to create a Non-PXE-compliant startup disk.
    2. Run Riprep.exe to create a Non-PXE complaint startup disk.
    3. Grant the Everyone group NTFS Read permission for the RIS image.
    4. Grant the Administrators group NTFS Read permission for the RIS image.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: Non-PXE compliant clients need to use a network boot disk to be able to connect to the RIS server.This boot disk can be created using the RBFG.EXE utility (remote boot floppy generator). Reference: Remote Installation Rbfg.exe Tools Works Only in Windows 2000 (Q246618)

  9. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Professional computer that is shared by several users in the Sales department.User accounts have been created for current users.Current users can log on to the computers.To accommodate new users, you add two new user accounts named User7 and User8 to computer5.When User7 attempts to log on o the computer, she receives the following error message: "Windows cannot copy file C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\ to location C:\Documents and Settings\User7.Contact your network administrator.Detail - Access is denied." When User8 attempts to log on to the computer, he receives the same type of error message.

    You want to allow the two new users, as well as other users in the Sales department, to be able to log on to the computer.

    Which two methods can you use to accomplish your goal?

      (Choose two.)
    1. Add the User7 and User8 user accounts to the DACL for the Profiles shared folder on the network server.
    2. Add the User7 and User8 user accounts to the DACL for the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder.
    3. Add the Everyone group to the DACL for the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder.
    4. Add a Group Policy object (GPO) for the Sales OU that redirects user profiles to a shared folder.
    5. Log on by using the local Administrator account and create new folders for User7 and User8 in the C:\Documents and Settings folder.
    6. Select the allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate to this object option on the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder, and reset the permissions on all child objects. G.Move and retain permissions and compressions.

    Answer: C, F

    Explanation: The problem in this scenario is related to permissions to the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder.To solve this problem you should grant the Everyone group permission on the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder by adding the group to the DACL (Discretionary Access Control List) of this folder.You should also specify that the permissions to the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder must propagate to its subfolders; Desktop, Documents, Favorites and Start menu.

  10. You are upgrading a computer from Windows 98 to Windows 2000 Professional.The computer is a 400- Mhz Pentium III, and has 128 MB of RAM and a 10-GB hard disk.You are performing the installation by using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM.After the text mode installation portion is complete, you restart the computer.The BIOS virus checker on your computer indicates that your computer is infected with a Master Boot Record virus.

    What should you do before you continue the installation?

    1. Remove the virus checker in Windows 98.
    2. Disable the BIOS virus checker and restart the computer.
    3. Run Fixmbr.Exe from the Windows 20000 Professional CD-ROM.
    4. Modify the Boot.ini file to include a signature parameter on the ARC path of the system partition.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: During the installation of Windows 2000, the setup program must make changes the boot sector. The BIOS virus checker interprets changes made to the boot sector as the result of a virus and prevents the computer from booting any further.You must therefore disable the BIOS virus checker.

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