Download (direct link):
A. UPDATE.EXE -S
C. UPDATE.EXE /IMG
D. PATCH.EXE /IMG
34. To ensure that no one in your organization (Wallace's Window Washers) can encrypt information that may not be retrievable later, Wallace, the president, decrees that the Encrypting File System be disabled for all PCs running Windows XP Professional. He asks you to carry out this directive. The company uses an Active Directory networking model with two domains and a mix of Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 servers. All the clients run Windows XP. Wallace's dog is named Gromit. How should you proceed?
A. Run the Local Security Policy on each client PC and disable the Permit Encrypting File System policy.
B. Edit the Default Domain Policy on the two domain controllers and disable the Permit Encrypting File System policy.
C. Run the Local Security Policy on each client PC and enable the Restrict Encrypting File System to Domain Administrators policy.
D. Edit the Default Domain Policy on the two domain controllers and delete the Encrypted Data Recovery Agents policy.
35. You're setting up some PCs for international language support because your company is managing an international research project. You know that Windows XP Professional supports Unicode, an international-standard character set that has extra characters above and beyond those that appear in the ASCII character set. However, one of the applications you run doesn't support Unicode, and menus and dialog boxes don't appear correctly in that application.
How can you change the default language that Windows XP uses for non-Unicode applications on a single Windows XP Professional machine?
A. In the Regional Options and Languages control panel, choose the Advanced tab and set the Language for Non-Unicode Programs.
B. In the Regional Options and Languages control panel, click the appropriate language in the Language Settings for the System list.
C. In the Regional Options and Languages control panel, click the appropriate language in the Language Settings for the System list, and then click the Set as Default button.
D. Windows XP doesn't support applications that don't support Unicode.
36. Ralph has shared a folder, RALPHSTUFF, on his NTFS drive with the share permission Full Control to EVERYONE. Later, Ralph sets the NTFS permission, Read & Execute, to the same folder for the group TEMPS. Ralph also removes inherited NTFS permissions for the group EVERYONE, so the only NTFS permissions for RALPHSTUFF apply to the group TEMPS. Francine is a member of TEMPS but also (naturally) a member of EVERYONE, which still has the share permission of Full Control. Can she delete a file in the RALPHSTUFF folder? (Choose the best answer.)
A. Yes. The share permission Full Control overrides the NTFS permission Read & Execute.
B. No. When NTFS permissions exist, share permissions are ignored.
C. Yes. Just because Francine can Read and Execute files at the NTFS permisison level doesn't mean she can't delete files at the share permission level.
D. No. Francine's effective permissions are the most restrictive combination of share permissions and NTFS permissions.
37. You've just graduated from business school. Your boss asks you to analyze the costs and benefits of using multiple displays as opposed to very large single displays, so you begin gathering facts that may affect the overall cost of multiple display setups. Which of the following statements about Windows XP Professional's multiple display support are correct? (choose all t6hat apply.)
A. You can have a maximum of three simultaneously active displays.
B. All video adapters in a multiple display setup must use the PCI bus.
C. All video adapters in a multiple display setup must use the PCI bus or the AGP bus.
D. Some video cards work as a primary display but not as a secondary display.
E. Some computers automatically disable onboard video circuits when one or more plug-in adapters are detected.
38. You want to test 200 PCs for compatibility with Windows XP Professional before you upgrade them. You have several options for performing this test. Which files could you use? (Choose all that apply.)
39. Which of the following accessibility settings help users who may tap keyboard keys unintentionally and involuntarily? (Choose the best answer.)
40. In order to reduce the hassles of maintaining static IP addresses, you've enabled Automatic Private IP Addressing on a Windows XP Professional workgroup. Which of the following is a valid address for a computer in that workgroup?
41. You come to work one morning and discover that your PC won't boot to Windows XP but hangs at the graphical startup splash screen. You think about using the Recovery Console, but you realize that your boss is on vacation and she's the only one with a Windows XP Professional CD. Thankfully, you remember that you installed the Recovery Console from the Windows XP CD onto your computer's hard disk.