Win 2000 Professional
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You install windows 2000 professional on your portable
computer. Ou use a dodcking station for your portable
computer when you are in the office.
an ISA-based scsi adapter in your docking station.
You insert your computer into docking station and
start the computer. The scsi adapter is not detected
during the startup process
the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard .When the Wizard process
is finished, the scsi adapter is not losted. You want
to allow windows 2000 professional to detect the scsi
the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard.
manually add the SCSI adapter driver.
the computer in Safe Mode.
Restart the Add/Remove Hardware wizard to detect the
Windows 2000 Professional to use driver signing.
Restart Add/Remove Hardware wizard to detect the SCSI
the SCSI adapter driver to the winnt\driver cache\I386
restart the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard to automatically
detect the SCSI adapter.
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are the administrator of the corp.arborshoes.com domain.
Users in the domain run windows 2000 Professional
on their desktop computers.
named Katrin in the Sales OU reports that her mouse
is not working. You log onto the domain from that
user's computer by using the domain Administrator's
account. You discover the user is using an old mouse
an updated mouse driver, and restart the computer.
The mouse is still not working correctly. You view
Device Manager, and notice the previous mouse driver
is still installed. What should you do?
the Sales OU policy for security to warn and allow
the installation to override the local security default.
the domain policy for security to block but allow
the installation to override the local and Sales OU
the Local computer policy for security on Katrin’s
computer to warn but allow the installation to override
the domain and the sales OU security ddefaults.
Plug-and-Play on katrin’s computer. Restart
the computer and manually set up the system resources
for the mouse
company upgrades its network to 100 mbps. You remove
the old network adapter and install a new 10/100 Mbps
network adapter into a windows 2000 Professional computer.
You configure the TCP/IP protocol settings to be the
same as they were for the previously installed network
When you restart the computer, however, you cannot
access the network. You try to ping your network adapter’s
TCP/IP address locally. You receive the following
error message:”Request timed out.” Next,
you try to ping 127.0.0.1 and receive the same error
a different TCP/IP address.
B Enable DHCP in the TCP/IP properties.
C Enable DNS in the TCP/IP properties.
D configure the network adapter to run at 100 Mbps
E Replace the network adapter
install Windows 2000 Professional on 10 computers
that have video capture cards Installed. A user named
Lilly reports that her video capture card is not functioning
correctly. She wants to use her video capturing software
to capture video frames but she cannot view the video
output You use Device Manager to view the hardware
settings on Lilly a computer as shown in the exhibit
You want Lilly to be able to capture video frames
by using the video capture card. What should you do?
System in Control Panel to enable the device
B) Use Device Manager to update the drivers for the
C) Move the video capture card to a different PCI
D) Uninstall the device and disable Plug and Play
detection for the device
are using Windows Installer to deploy an application
to 750 Windows
2000 Professional Computers on your network. The network
organizational unit (OU) named Sales. A Group Policy
object is created for
the Sales OU. The software deployment of the application
During the deployment, some users in the Sales OU
report that the
installation is aborting with random errors midway
through the installation
process. The remaining users in the sales OU report
that the software is
installing, but is giving them general protection
fault errors. What should
and redeploy the application's .msi file for the Sales
B. Repackage and redeploy the application's .mst file
for the Sales OU.
C. Redeploy the application by using the Group Policy
object for the Sales
D. Restart Windows Installer on all Computers in the
Sales OU. Then
redeploy the application's .zap file to the Sales
(This is the true answer, because you can only use
.mst together with
. msi, not by themselves. Look it up.)
report that some shortcuts on the start menu of their
Windows 2000 Professional computers are hidden. They
want to access their shortcuts without having to click
a scroll arrow.
How must you configure the client computers to always
display all Start menu shortcuts?
A. In the
folder options dialog box, clear the enable web content
check box in My Desktop Properties
B. In the display properties dialog box, clear the
Transaction effects for menus and tool tips check
C. In the folder options dialog box, clear the hide
file extensions for known file types check box.
D. In the taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog
box, clear the Use Personalized Menus check box.
are the administrator of your computer's network.
Your company is
based in Russia and conducts the majority of its business
Users in your company create, view, and edit documents
in English (US),
French and Spanish to communicate with vendors internationally
the Russian localized edition of windows 2000 professional
desktop and portable computer. A user named Katrin
wants to create a word
processing document in both English and Spanish by
using Notepad in
windows 2000 professional. She requests your assistance
English and Spanish on her computer. What should you
Katrin to select the desired input locale for either
or Spanish within Notepad.
B. Instruct Katrin to select the input locale indicator
on the taskbar and
select either English or Spanish
C. Instruct Katrin to use Regional Options in Control
Panel to add input
locales and keyboard layouts/IME for both English
D. Create a local computer policy for Katrin's computer
to include both
English and Spanish.
on your network named Linda prints dozens of documents
daily from her Windows 2000 Professional computer.
After each print job is completed, a dialog box opens
on Linda’s computer informing her that her document
has been printed. The printer that Linda uses is a
shared printer that is connected to a Windows 2000
Server computer. Linda wants the notifications to
stop being sent to her. What should you do?
a. In the
default printer properties, select the Advanced Tab,
and clear the Advanced printing features.
b. In the default printer properties, select the Ports
tab, and clear the Enable bi-directional support option.
c. In the server properties of the Printers system
folder, clear the Notify computer, not user, when
remote documents are printed option
8. d. In
the server properties of the Printers system folder,
clear the Notify when remote documents are printed
have a Windows 2000 Professional portable computer
that is shared by users in one of your departments.
You want to configure a roaming user profile so that
users can logon from any location including by using
a dial-up connection. You log on to the computer by
using the local Administrator account. You create
user accounts for the users. When you attempt to configure
each individual user account profile to be a roaming
profile, you fail. You receive the Change Profile
Type dialog box. What should you do?
A. From System in control Panel select the change
type option and then select the roaming profile option.
B. From users and passwords in the control panel select
the advanced tab and then redefine the path for the
C. Use the network connection wizard to create a Virtual
Private Network(VPN) connection to the network and
define the mandatory profile path on each domain user
D. Connect the portable computer to the network, and
configure the user accounts for a roaming user profilE