* d. 139/TCP 25. A null session is enabled by default in all the following Windows versions except: * b. Windows Server 2008 26. The Net view command can be used to see whether there are any shared resources on a server. True or False?
What is a mount point? A mount point is a term used to describe where the computer puts the files in a file system on Unix-like systems. 9. How many primary drive partitions are supported on computers that still conform to the standard established by MS-DOS? How many total partitions can a standard computer disk [IDE/SATA] support?
____ 6. The activities performed for network clients by a Windows Server 2008 are known as __________. a. services c. domains b. roles d. functions ____ 7. The roles provided by the Add Roles Wizard fall into three basic categories. Which of the following is NOT one of them?
[a] P146 _______ 6. Use this option to configure GPO settings for a particular user based on the location in Active Directory of the user's computer. [h] P150 _______ 7. This option will allow you to configure separate local GPOs for administrators and non-administrators on a Windows Vista computer. [j] P141 _______ 8.
4. A (n) Printer Driver is one file or set of files containing information that Windows XP Professional requires to convert print commands into a specific printer language, such as Post Script. 5. Windows XP Professional printing supports which of the following types of computers? Ans.
This password is stored in _______. BIOS CMOS RAM* DDR RAM the CPU 8. (TCO 3) The term form factor in regards to a motherboard refers to the ______ layout of the components on the board physical logical proposed inverted 9. (TCO 9) When you first purchase a notebook, make sure you have a ____ CD containing the installed OS so you can recover from a failed hard drive development management diagnostic recovery 10. (TCO 9) ____ let you specify which devices are to be loaded on startup for a particular user or set of circumstances Hardware profiles* Folder redirections Briefcase profiles Startup profiles 11.
Fragmentation happens to a volume over time as you save, change, or delete files... Defragmenting your disk volume arranges files (and free space) in an orderly manner, reducing the time taken to read a file. There are various tools available to defragment the computer, and one version is included with MS Windows. Here are some methods for defragmenting your Windows computer. The steps are as follow. To clean up files on your hard drive: 1) Choose Start Control Panel System and Security.
Increase fault tolerance by splitting DHCP scopes. 2. Balance the load on your DHCP server by using the 80/20 rule for scopes 3. Allow remote administration of DHCP servers by comfiguring windows Firewall ports. | Question 4 | What is the name of the computer you are working from?
The extent to which the user does not notice that a file is encrypted. BitLocker – a system in window vista by which entire hard drive volumes can be encrypted Trusted Platform Module (TPM) – hardware component used to store cryptographic information, such as encryption keys, and to perform other security duties Certificate autoenrollment – feature of windows server 2003, enterprise edition that automatically uses the existing certificate to sign a renewal request for a new certificate before the existing certificate