Download (direct link):
A. IPsec and NWLink
B. PPTP and NWLink
C. L2TP and IPsec
D. PPTP and L2TP
5. You administer a Windows XP network that contains both Professional machines and Server machines in a domain-based network using Active Directory. You consider activating Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) in order to avoid having to run high-speed DSL lines to every user in the Research department, which has its own domain. How should you proceed? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Create an Internet connection by using the Create New Connection Wizard, then access the icon's property sheets, click the Sharing tab, and check the Enable Internet Connection Sharing check box.
B. Create an Internet connection by using the Create New Connection Wizard, answering 'yes' to the question 'Do you wish to enable Internet Connection Sharing?'.
C. Create an Internet connection by using the Create New Connection Wizard, then access the icon's property sheets, click the Advanced tab, and check the Allow Other Network Users to Connect Through This Computer's Internet Connection check box.
D. Configure the NAT service on a Windows XP Server computer.
6. You travel frequently and you want to set up your Windows XP Professional notebook computer so that you can dial up your corporate network while you're on the road. What step or steps should you take to increase security, in case your notebook is stolen? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Configure Windows XP for autologon via the User Accounts control panel.
B. Configure Windows XP for interactive logon via the User Accounts control panel.
C. Enable callback security on your corporate communications server.
D. Encrypt important files using EFS.
7. You use your Windows XP Professional machine to dial up two different Internet Service Providers. These two ISPs require you to enter different IP addresses for DNS servers. Assuming that you've already created connection icons for each account, how can you configure them for different DNS server addresses? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Open the Network control panel, right-click the connection icon for the first ISP account, click TCP/IP, click Properties, and enter the DNS server address. Repeat for the connection for the second ISP account.
B. Create a separate hardware profile for each configuration. Reboot into the first profile, right-click the connection icon for the first ISP account, click TCP/IP, click Properties, and enter the DNS server address. Reboot into the second hardware profile and repeat.
C. Open the Network Connections folder, right-click the connection icon for the first ISP account, choose Properties, click Networking, click TCP/IP, click Properties, and enter the DNS server address. Repeat for the connection for the second ISP account.
D. You can't take advantage of this action. Windows XP Professional supports just a single DNS configuration for the computer.
8. You configured a dial-up connection to an Internet Service Provider. When you double-click the connection icon, Windows XP Professional seems to dial the remote host and initiate a connection, but it hangs up shortly after you see the dialog box saying 'Verifying username and password.' After a couple of minutes, you see a dialog box stating 'Error 619: The specified port isn't connected.' Another user with a notebook computer running Windows 98 can use your phone connection to browse the Web with no problem. What could be the problem? (Choose the best answer.)
A. The phone line is noisy.
B. Your ISP doesn't support Windows XP.
C. Your connection is set up to require an encrypted password.
D. Your modem speed setting is too high.
9. You've created a dial-up connection to a private network by using the Create New Connection Wizard. Three other people use your computer. None of them can see the connection that you created. Why? (Choose the best answer.)
A. When you ran the wizard, you checked the box that says 'Only for myself' in the Connection Availability dialog box.
B. The default setting on the connection icon's Sharing property sheet is for new connections to apply to your user profile only.
C. You were logged on as an administrator when you created the connection. No non-administrators can see a connection created by an administrator.
D. The three other people have poor vision.
10. You set up ICF on a Windows XP Professional machine but you want the ability to access the machine remotely via Remote Desktop. However, that doesn't seem to be working. What should you do to enable access? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Disable ICF. The firewall will not permit unsolicited access from outside.
B. Add the Remote Desktop service to ICF via the connection's Advanced tab.
C. Check the Allow Authenticated Inbound Access box on the Personal Firewall property sheet.
D. Install the File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks service.
1. A. All Bob needs to connect is TCP/IP and a Web browser. The browser's included with Windows XP. The Client for Microsoft Networks is needed only if Bob is connecting to a Microsoft network, but just needs to connect to the Internet. File and Printer Sharing isn't needed and is, in fact, good to avoid. Finally, NetBEUI isn't the language of the Internet; TCP/IP is. Review 'Software prep.'