Which commands can you use to determine who is logged in on a specific terminal? Give the command mesg n to keep ordinary users from writing to your terminal. You can take this action when you do not want to be disturbed or when you are viewing something on your screen that you do not want overwritten. 4. How can you find out which utilities are available on your system for editing files?
Group nesting 4. The Administrator and Guest user accounts are examples of C. Built-in user account 5. Which command-line tool can be used to create various object types within Active Directory? C. dsadd 6. Which input file format allows you to create, modify, and delete objects within Active Directory?
If you want to perform a backup but do not want to clear markers or affect other backup types, you should perform a(n) Copy backup. 5. During a(n) Differential backup, only selected files and folders that have a marker are backed up, but the backup does not clear markers. If you performed two of these backups in a row on a file and nothing changed In the file, the entire file would be backed up each time. 6.
Display the adjusting entries. Click on the Reports toolbar button. Click on Journals and General Journal to choose a report to display. Click on Customize Journal Report, select Adj.Ent. from the Reference drop-down list, and click on the OK button to display only the adjusting entries.
Next, save the program. The file name should match the name of the public class in the program. 4. Now that the editing is complete, you should compile your program. In the compile message area of the IDE you will notice several messages being displayed.
Initialization is done before the loop begins and the variable is initialized to a starting value. The loop tests the counter variable by comparing it to a maximum value. Increment refers to the increase in a variables value. * Algorithm Workbench Review Questions 1, 2, 7, and 8, starting on page 213 1. Design a While loop that lets the user enter a number.
So the old data will not be sent to the web server 7. What is the result, and what does the result indicate? Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage. The firewall must still be set 8. What other test could you perform to prove that it was your computer’s firewall that was blocking the connection and not the firewall on the computer you are using as a client?