Steven Mccollum NT1430 7/21/2015 1. What is the difference between the scp and sftp utilities? Ans.— The SCP (secure copy) utility copies an ordinary or directory file from one system to another on a network SFTP is a secure FTP Client.\ 2. How can you use ssh to find out who is logged in on a remote system? Assuming you have the same username on both systems, the following command may prompt you for your password on the remote system and displays the output of who: ans.--$ ssh host who 3.
Mandatory attribute: cn. Optional attributes: serialNumber, SeeAlso, owner, ou, o, l, and description. 11. Give the following command: $ grep \'l\' /etc/openldap/schema/*.ldif /etc/openldap/schema/core.ldif:olcAttributeTypes: ( 220.127.116.11 NAME ( 'l' 'localityName' ) Chapter 23 1. Nmbd: the NETBIOS nameserver program, run as a daemon by default.
Matching Complete the following exercise by matching the terms with their corresponding deﬁnitions. 1. credential prompt - b. displayed when a regular user requires administrative access 2. roaming user profile - e. enables users to access their desktops from any workstation 3. Admin Approval Mode - a. switches an account from the standard user token to the administrative token 4. special identity - i. placeholder for a collection of users with a similar characteristic 5. Authentication - c. confirmation of a user’s identity 6. elevation prompt - h. displayed when an administrator requires administrative access 7. mandatory user profile - j. a profile that multiple users can run simultaneously 8. secure desktop - d. suppresses the operation of all controls except the UAC prompt 9. Authorization - f. grants a user a specific degree of access to a resource 10. domain controller - g. hosts an AD DS domain Multiple Choice Select one or more correct answers for each of the following questions.
To boot from an image transmitted over the network by a WDS server, a workstation must have a network adapter that supports _____. PXE – Pre-boot Execution Environment 9. The deployment scenario in which you save a workstation's user state data, wipe its disk, install Windows 7, and then restore the user state data is called the _____ scenario. Refresh of the computer 10. A _____ image enables a workstation to boot from a disk and connect to a WDS server.
Increase fault border by change integrity DHCP orbital cavitys. 2. Balance the load on your DHCP host by using the 80/20 rule for scopes 3. countenance contrasted administration of DHCP hosts by comfiguring windows Firewall ports. Question 4 What is the name of the computer you are working from? SEA-SVR2 Question 5 What IP addressing settings are currently configured?
4. LAN-to-WAN • LAN-to-WAN Domain is where the IT Infrastructure links to a Wide Area Network (WAN) and the Internet. Responsible for applying the defined security controls to prevent unauthorized network access 5. WAN • Wide Area Network (WAN) Domain connects remote locations. Manages client’s firewalls and router configurations .The goal is to allow users the most access possible by making sure the data traveling in and out is safe 6.
Furthermore, in order to maintain complete access to all computers on the network, if you make changes to a user account, you must update each computer in the workgroup with the changed information. If you forget to add a new user account on one of the computers in a workgroup, the new user will not be able to log on to that computer or access its shared resources over the network. One key advantage to using Windows XP workgroups to share resources is that it does not require a computer running
The network layer then uses its protocol (IP) and translates that www.yahoo.com into an IP address. The network layer is also in charge for determining the best route through the network in order to get to the IP address destination. The data link layer is, unlike the other two which are virtual, a physical address with is permanently encoded to a device through its network card. The data link layer is a unique identifier to each computer in a network. Thus a MAC address is the only address that will always remain the same, transport and data layer address can change depending on the network.
9. A Signal driver is a device driver that includes a digital signature proving who published the device driver and whether the device driver has been altered. 10. Device manager provides you with a graphical view of the hardware that is installed in your computer and gives you a way to manage and configure your devices. Multiple Choice 1.
swers server 2003CHAPTER ANSWERS: MANAGING AND MAINTAINING A MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ENVIRONMENT LAB MANUAL 2 PART 1: MANAGING AND MAINTAINING THE OPERATING SYSTEM CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 CHAPTER EXERCISES Exercise 1-1: Selecting an Operating System For each of the Windows Server 2003 versions in the left column, specify which description (or descriptions) in the right column apply. 1. Web Edition 2. Standard Edition 3. Enterprise Edition 4.