The Windows 7 command-line utility that can tell you if the TCP/IP stack of another system on the network is functioning normally is called __________________. Ping.exe 7. The Windows 7 command-line utility that enables you to generate DNS request messages and then transmit them to specific DNS servers on the network is called __________________. Nslookup.exe 8. Most networks use __________________ to dynamically assign addresses and configure computers to use them.
Running Head: DESKTOP ADMINISTRATION UNIT 2 ESSAY QUESTIONS Desktop Administration Unit 2 Essay Questions Cheryl Mitchell Kaplan University IT261-01 – Desktop Administration Professor Khader B. Jabra Desktop Administration Unit 2 Essay Questions 1. Describe situations in which you would configure your network as a workgroup and as a domain. A workgroup is a logical group of computers that are interconnected, generally over a local area network. Workgroups allow users to easily share information and resources. A workgroup is also referred to as a peer-to-peer network.
1. What is the Internet? The Internet is a globally interconnected network of computers that, operating via several specific protocols, serves as a worldwide information system and provides the technological infrastructure on which countless applications are run (Leiner et al., 2012; Woods, 2013a). At the hub of every network is a server, with the Internet essentially being formed through the connection of multiple servers, encompassing all connected computers and creating a larger ‘inter-network’ (Woods, 2013b). Each device on the network has a unique numerical address and the Internet uses the DNS (Domain Name System) to allocate each a corresponding human-readable address (Woods, 2013a).
A _____ image enables a workstation to boot from a disk and connect to a WDS server. Discover True / False T | F | 1. To perform a Windows 7 deployment using ZTI, you must have a SQL Server on your network. | T | F | 2. To create a capture image, you use the Deployment Workbench console.
With hypertext, a word or phrase can contain a link to another Web site. 3 What is a computer network? A collection of computers, servers, mainframes, network devices, peripherals, or other devices connected to one another allowing for data to be shared and used. A great example of a network is the Internet. 4 What is the difference between an intranet and an extranet?
Running Head: SYSTEMS CONSIDERATION IN HRIS Assignment 1: Systems Consideration in HRIS Sylvia Armstrong Dr. Matthew Gonzalez HRM 520 – Human Resource Information Systems April 22, 2012 1. Use the internet to research and evaluate two (2) commercial HR database systems for your organization. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each system and, and base on your knowledge of human resources and database systems, propose one (1) package that would fit the needs of your organization. Suggest three (3) specific reasons why you would recommend that system over the other. Most HRIS rely on an underlying database.
Install, configure, maintain, upgrade, and troubleshoot file, email, and authentication servers, as well as Internet access and other networked services. Assist users with software, hardware, and connectivity issues. Monitor network and systems for performance, security, and other issues. (reference) As a system administrator I am part of an information technology (IT), department, but if you wish you can work for yourself. My love of computers sparked my endeavor into this field.
The OS UI provides a way for users to manage applications, data, software, and hardware. 2. Manages Files – each OS manages, creates, stores, retrieves, deletes, move files, and data on hard and optical drives. 3. Manages Applications – each OS installs, uninstalls, runs applications and manages the interface to the hardware for an application.