To: Valerie Bernier, Dentist RE: Can I upgrade the office? Ms. Bernier, After reading your email I have a few questions for you about the systems in question. If each of the systems has 16 GB of available hard disk space then your machines may meet the minimum hardware requirements to install the Windows 7 program. Each system in question need to have a processor speed of 1 GHz or faster, 1 GB of system memory, as well as a DirectX 9 graphics adapter with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver, which you’ve shared with me that each of your workstations have. However, before you began the updating process you need to look at the hardware compatibility of you machines with the Windows 7 program.
Explain how Network Access Protection (NAP) creates a security architecture that allows administrators to control access to critical resources and assist users in meeting security requirements. ANSWERS: 1. The function of the following Windows Server 2008 services is as follows: a. Active Directory Federation Services – this is a component in the Windows Server 2008 operating system that provides Web single-sign-on (SSO) technologies to authenticate a user to multiple Web applications over the life of a single online session. b.
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 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol to dynamically assign addresses and configure computers to use them.
Lab 1 INTRODUCING WINDOWS SERVER 2008 NETWORKING |QUESTION 1 |WHAT THREE CATEGORIES OF TASKS ARE LISTED IN THE ICT INTERFACE? | |Question 2 |What is the current time zone configured for this computer? | |Question 3 |Why does a shield icon appear next to the Change date and time button? | |Question 4 |What is the current name of your computer? | |Question 5 |What name is assigned to your computer?
Question 1: Define and explain the following terminologies: Computer network; White (2013, p.3) defines computer network as “an interconnection of computers and computing equipment using wires or radio waves and can share data and computing resources”. It is basically an interconnection of computer systems comprising of devices such as servers, computers (desktop, laptop), tablets (iPads), mainframe and other hardware devices such as storage devices and printers. Its main purpose is to allow for communication between these computers and equipment so that the different users of the computers in the network can share data and resources. All networks have * a medium of communication that are either hard wired using copper cables, co-axial
IIS 7 provides the basic Web server functionality that enables you to publish a standard Website on the Internet or on a private network. 2. The activities performed for network clients by a Windows Server 2008 are known as __________. A. services B. roles C. domains D. functions
[ (UOP, 2011) ] The network plays an important factor for OR/ICU/ Ward Floor System. In the operating room, there is again a network of Apple MAC PRO, while at each work and nurses station they use Apple iMac with Superdrive and Wireless communication card. In each room of ICU, there are wireless access points that are Cisco 1250
Describe, enable, and configure ReadyBoost 6. Learn to use troubleshooting tools such as, the Memory Diagnostic tool, Network Diagnostic tool, and Startup Repair tools. 7. Use of safe mode 8. The use of event viewer Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor: This tool is a Microsoft management console tool that helps analyze
Answer sheet Question 1 a) Control panel provides you with access to a variety of tools that can be used for changing the hardware and software configuration of your system. Some examples of hardware control panels are Display, Keyboard, and Mouse settings. Software control panels include Date and Time, Power Options, Fonts, and Administrative Tools. By default, all tools of the panel are displayed under categories such as System and Security, User accounts and Family safety, Network and Internet and Appearance and Personalization. Many control panels are included as part of the Windows operating system, but others can be installed by third-party applications or utilities.