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B. Restricted Users
C. Power Users
8. You want to connect to a networked TCP/IP printer on your corporate intranet. Which of the following statements about the Add Printer Wizard is correct? (Choose all that apply.)
A. You can specify the printer by using a Uniform Resource Locator.
B. You can specify the printer by using its share name.
C. You can specify the printer by browsing the network for it.
D. You can specify the printer by using its SID.
9. You install a USB speaker system on your Windows XP Professional computer. It doesn't work, however, even after you restart the computer. You open Device Manager, and you expand every node but you can't find an entry for the USB host controller. What should you do next?
A. Enable the USB controller in the BIOS.
B. Run the Add New Hardware Wizard.
C. Enable the USB controller in the System control panel.
D. Reinstall Windows XP with a different HAL.
10. Thelma is an employee of your company. She gets a sweet job offer from an Internet startup and quits your brick-and-mortar business faster than you can say 'dot com.' Your company hires a replacement, Louise. What's the easiest way for you to disable Thelma's local user account and create a local user account for Louise that has the exact same access rights as Thelma's old account?
A. Delete Thelma's account and create Louise's account by using the User Accounts control panel. Recreate any special file and folder access permissions manually by using Windows Explorer.
B. In the Local Users and Groups console, copy Thelma's account to create a new account for Louise, and then delete Thelma's account.
C. In the Local Users and Groups console, rename Thelma's account to Louise, and then change the account password.
D. In the User Accounts control panel, select Thelma's account, type Ctrl+V, and then click anywhere in the user list and type Ctrl+P.
11. You have a small local area network at home, with three PCs running Windows XP Professional, one of which connects to the Internet via an 'always-on' DSL link. Every now and then, you need to connect to one of those home PCs (not the one with the DSL connection) from the office. The home PC that connects to the Internet has been automatically set up to use Internet Connection Firewall (ICF). What do you need to do, if anything, to set up your home network so that you can use Remote Desktop to access a home PC from work? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Install a different firewall product. ICF doesn't permit forwarding of unsolicited inbound packets.
B. Install File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks on the home PC you want to connect to, and share the C: drive. ICF will detect that you've enabled file sharing on that PC and permit the inbound connection.
C. On the home PC that connects to the Internet, click the Advanced tab for the DSL connection icon's property sheet and check Allow Remote Administration of This Computer.
D. On the home PC that connects to the Internet, click the Advanced tab for the DSL connection icon's property sheet and add Remote Desktop as a service.
E. On the home PC that you want to connect to, click the Advanced tab for the LAN connection icon's property sheet and add Remote Desktop as a service.
12. How can you use NTBACKUP.EXE to back up the local Registry? (Choose all correct answers.)
A. Check the C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\REG folder.
B. Check the C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\CONFIG folder.
C. Check the System State check box.
D. Use the Emergency Repair Diskette Wizard and check the optional check box.
13. You have to use the Registry to troubleshoot a device driver problem. The device manufacturer's tech support person tells you to open windows in REGEDIT for the 'two main Registry keys' and minimize the other windows.
Which of the following Registry main keys is merely a pointer to a subkey of one of the other main keys, and therefore not one of the 'two main' keys? (Choose all that apply.)
14. Carla recently upgraded her Windows NT 4.0 Workstation computer to Windows XP. She discovers that she can now specify a password for her account that's shorter than ten characters, something she wasn't able to do under NT. She comes to you, the PC administrator, to reset her system so that it again requires at least ten characters for the account password. Which of the following actions accomplishes this goal?
A. Open the Computer Management console, choose the Local Security Policy snap-in, and set Minimum Password Length under the Password Policy node.
B. Open the Administrative tools console, choose the Local Security Policy snap-in, and set Minimum Password Length under the Password Policy node.
C. Open the User Accounts control panel, click Carla's account in the list, click the Properties button, choose the Passwords tab, and enter the number 10 in the Minimum Password Length field.
D. Open the Computer Management console, choose the Local Users and Groups snap-in, and set Minimum Password Length under the Password Policy node.