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MCSE Windows XP Professional For Dummies - Weadock G.

Weadock G. MCSE Windows XP Professional For Dummies - Hungry Minds , 2002. - 169 p.
ISBN:0764516310
Download (direct link): windowsxpprofesfordu2002.doc
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Practice Exam
Prep Test
1. You're a network administrator at a company that has standardized on Windows XP Professional. Bob in Sales comes to you with a complaint: A print job he started never finished. Upon further investigation, you discover that several users have submitted print jobs that never finished. You discover that the printer, connected to the PC named PSERV, has malfunctioned, and you can't restart it. Another identical printer is on the network, but you don't want to have to tell 20 users to resubmit their print jobs to that other printer. What's your best approach to solve this problem?
A. Go to the Printers and Faxes folder on the machine sharing the printer, click the printer, and choose File?Pause Printing. Then physically move the identical network printer to the PSERV machine. Choose File?Pause Printing again to clear the toggle.
B. Open the spool folder on the PSERV machine and drag and drop all the spooled files to the icon in the Printers folder for the identical network printer.
C. Right-click the stalled printer's icon and choose Properties and then Ports. Choose Add Port, Local Port, New Port, and type the UNC name for the functioning network printer.
D. Right-click the stalled printer's icon and choose Properties and then Ports. Choose Redirect Port, Local Port, Network Port, and type the UNC name for the functioning network printer.
2. Gina stores some data files on a Windows 2000 Server. She wants to move those files down to her Windows XP Professional workstation, which she has configured with two drives: a C: drive using FAT32 and a D: drive using NTFS. The data files Gina wants to move reside in an encrypted folder on the server and she wants to maintain their encryption status when she copies them to her workstation. What must she do? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Do a backup of the server folder with NTBACKUP.EXE. Restore the folder to her local system, using either the C: or D: drive.
B. Copy or move the entire server folder to her C: drive.
C. Copy or move the entire server folder to her D: drive.
D. Copy or move the entire server folder to either the C: or D: drive, as she prefers.
E. Create a new folder on the D: drive, set it to use encryption via the folder's property sheet, and then copy or move the individual files to that new folder.
3. You're installing Windows XP Professional onto a brand new computer that will become a member of a domain having both Windows 2000 and Windows NT servers. Which of the following statements is true regarding the computer name? (Choose all that apply.)
A. It should contain no more than 15 characters.
B. It should be unique among all other NetBIOS computer names in the domain.
C. It should not have the same name as the domain.
D. It should use the 8 + 3 naming convention if it will share resources to Windows 98 clients.
4. You're a software application developer, and you need to set up a dual-boot machine that can run Windows NT Workstation 4.0 and Windows XP Professional. After you install NT onto an NTFS partition, you install Windows XP onto a separate NTFS partition, per Microsoft's advice. You notice immediately after installing Windows XP, however, that you're no longer able to boot to Windows NT! What gives?
A. Windows XP automatically upgraded the NT partition to NTFS version 4, and you didn't have Service Pack 3 installed.
B. Windows XP automatically upgraded the NT partition to NTFS version 5.1, and you didn't have Service Pack 4 installed.
C. You must run the NT Emergency Recovery process and restore the boot sector.
D. You must use FAT for the system partition on a dual-boot machine with NT 4.0 and Windows XP.
5. You decide to roll out Windows XP Professional by using RIS (Remote Installation Service). You use RIS to install Windows XP Pro onto the client computer you'll use as a 'master' image. Then you install the user applications you want to roll out along with Windows XP Professional.
What utility do you need to run in order to copy the master image to the network server?
A. The Remote Installation Preparation wizard
B. The Remote Image Replication wizard
C. The System Preparation program
D. Systems Management Server (SMS)
6. You work for Acme Cognac Inc., which is using RIS to roll out Windows XP Professional. In a test using five PCs, you find that three of them work fine but two do not. You verify that all five PCs can see a DHCP server, a DNS server, and a domain controller. All five PCs use the same network interface card, which is PXE-compliant. What would you check next?
A. Verify that the BIOS includes the network card as an allowable boot device.
B. Verify that the BIOS specifies the network card as the first boot device.
C. Verify that the BIOS supports ACPI.
D. Verify that the Hardware Abstraction Layer is identical for all five PCs.
7. You're creating a new user account on a Windows XP Professional PC, and you want to make it a member of one of the built-in local groups. Which of these groups most nearly approximates a standard user account in Windows NT Workstation 4.0?
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