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A. You can't. If Jonathan is too lazy to shut down his laptop before lunch, he's hopeless.
B. In the Power Options control panel, enable Hibernation, and on the Advanced tab, choose Hibernate under When I Close the Lid of My Portable Computer.
C. In the Power Options control panel, choose the Power Schemes tab and set the computer to hibernate after 30 minutes of inactivity.
D. In the Power Options control panel, choose the Power Schemes tab and set the computer to go into standby mode after 30 minutes of inactivity.
E. In the Power Options control panel, enable Hibernation, and then choose the Alarms tab and set the Critical Battery Alarm action to Hibernate.
25. What's the default file extension for a Windows Installer package?
26. Bertie is an employee at your company and says his dial-up link to an ISP is too slow. He works in an office that has a spare phone line, and you decide to implement a multilink setup. Which of the following statements are true about multilink connections in Windows XP Professional? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Both modems must be the same speed.
B. You can combine a modem and an ISDN line.
C. The ISP must support multilink connections.
D. Both modems must be internal.
27. You're working on a network-connected Windows XP Professional notebook machine and you've made a particular file on a Windows 2000 Server 'available offline.' You synchronize files and leave on a trip. While you're away, you make changes to the file, but another user makes changes to the copy on the server machine, too. When you return, and attempt to synchronize with the network, what happens with this file?
A. Windows XP detects that both copies have been edited and asks you what you want to do.
B. Windows XP detects that both copies have been edited and automatically saves your version to the server but with a different filename.
C. Windows XP doesn't detect that both copies have been edited and simply replaces the older file with the newer one. Changes made to the older file are lost.
D. You receive an Error 601 from the Synchronization Manager.
28. You need to access the C:\WINDOWS folder of a remote Windows XP Professional computer on your company's local area network. However, the user hasn't shared any folders. What 'secret' share name can you use to connect to this folder? (Choose the best answer.)
29. You need to set up a Virtual Private Network connection over the public Internet. Your boss has asked you to set up your VPN link with the tightest possible security. How should you proceed? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Use the L2TP protocol with all the default settings.
B. Use the L2TP protocol with IPsec.
C. Use the PPTP protocol with IPsec.
D. You can't create a VPN connection over the Internet. You can only create VPN links across private networks.
30. Which of the following statements is true about Disk Defragmenter? (Choose all that apply.)
A. It only works with NTFS volumes.
B. It only works with local volumes.
C. Microsoft recommends that you have five percent or more free space on disk before using it.
D. It defragments the Windows page file.
E. You can create a Scheduled Task to automate it.
31. Your boss tells you that he's sick and tired of PCs crashing because of buggy third-party device drivers, and he wants you to make sure that users can't install any unsigned drivers onto their Windows XP Professional machines. The network you manage has 100 PCs and three servers, and all the servers are running Windows 2000 Server (two are domain controllers). What's your best move to meet your boss's demand?
A. Set a 'block' value for the policy Unsigned Driver Installation Behavior at the domain level.
B. Use the Local Security Policy console to set a 'block' value for the policy Unsigned Driver Installation Behavior on each local workstation.
C. Log on as an administrator and run the System control panel on each local workstation. Choose the Hardware tab and the Driver Signing button. Click Block - Prevent Installation of Unsigned Files and check the Apply Setting as System Default box.
D. Do nothing. This is Windows XP Professional's default behavior.
32. When setting up roaming user profiles on Windows XP Professional computers in a network whose servers are running Windows 2000 Server, you decide that you want to limit the profile data that's stored on network servers. Which file on each user's local hard drive contains information about roaming profile exclusions?
C. C:\DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS\<username>\NTUSER.INI
D. C:\DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS\<username>\EXCLUSIONS.TXT
33. You receive Service Pack 12 for Windows XP Professional. You want to apply this service pack to your master distribution server so that all subsequent installations of Windows XP Professional from the server will incorporate the service pack. What command should you use?