Ensurepass

QUESTION 111

You are the administrator of 30 Windows XP Professional computers. The computers are not members of a domain. Users of the Windows XP Professional computers encrypt files on the local computers. A user named Stephen reports that he cannot remember his current password. However, he does remember his previous password. Before he changed to his current password, Stephen created a password reset disk. You want to ensure that Stephen can log on to his Windows XP Professional computer again, and that he can open the encrypted files. What should you do?

 

  1. Reset Stephen’s password and instruct Stephen to log on with the new password.

  2. Reset Stephen’s password and then use the password reset disk. Instruct Stephen to log on with his previous password.

  3. Instruct Stephen to use the password reset disk to set a new password on his account.

  4. Use the Forgotten Password Wizard to create a new password reset disk for Stephen. Use this disk to set a new password on Stephen’s account.

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 112

You are the administrator of 10 Windows XP Professional computers for your company. The computers are members of a Windows 2000 domain. Because the computers are used in a public area in the cafeteria, you audit all security events on the computers. A user named Marc reports that he was using one of the Windows XP Professional computers when the computer suddenly shut down with a STOP error. When the computer restarted, Marc attempted to log on by using the same user name and password that he used before. Marc received the following error message: “Your account is configured to prevent you from using this computer. Please try another computer.” Marc states that he did not do anything to cause the STOP error to occur. You want to ensure that Marc can use this computer. What should you do?

  1. On the computer, save and clear the security log, set the CrashOnAuditFail setting to 1, and restart the computer.

  2. On the computer, modify the local audit policy so that system events are not audited, set the CrashOnCtrlScroll setting to 1, and restart the computer.

  3. In the domain, modify Marc’s Logon Workstations list to include the name of the computer.

  4. In the domain, modify Marc’s account properties to unlock the account.

 

Correct Answer: A

 

 

QUESTION 113

You are a help desk technician for your company. All users have Windows XP Professional computers. A user named Richard reports that he cannot access www.southridgevideo.com, an Internet Web site, by using Internet Explorer.

 

Whenever Richard types http://www.southridgevideo.com into the Internet Explorer address bar, he receives the following error message: “Your security settings prohibit the display of unsigned ActiveX Controls.” According to company policy, users should download unsigned ActiveX controls only from Internet Web sites that have been approved by the company’s information security department. You verify that www.southridgevideo.com is listed as an approved Web site. On Richard’s computer, you also verify that Internet Explorer is configured with the default settings. You need to ensure that Richard can access www.southridgevideo.com without receiving an error message. You also want to comply with company policy. You need to configure Richard’s computer. First, you open the Security properties for Internet Explorer on Richard’s computer. Which two actions should you perform next? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

  1. Add www.southridgevideo.com to the Trusted Sites list.

  2. Remove www.southridgevideo.com from the Restricted Sites list.

  3. In the Internet zone settings, enable the Allow unsigned ActiveX controls option.

  4. Open the Local intranet Sites dialog box and clear the Include all network paths check box.

  5. Open the Trusted Sites dialog box and clear the Require server verification for all sites in this zone check box.

  6. Open the Intranet Sites dialog box. In Advanced properties, add www.southridgevideo.com to the list of Web sites.

 

Correct Answer: AE

 

 

QUESTION 114

You plan to install Windows XP Professional on a new computer. The computer has only one hard disk drive. The hard disk drive is connected to an onboard SCSI controller. During the text-mode phase of the Windows XP Professional installation, you receive the following error message: “Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer.” You need to ensure that Windows XP Professional can be installed on the computer. What should you do?

 

  1. Restart the installation from the Windows XP Professional installation CD. Select F5 during the text- mode phase, and then select the standard PC computer type.

  2. Restart the installation from the Windows XP Professional installation CD. Select F6 during the text- mode phase. Insert the drivers for the onboard SCSI controller.

  3. Restart the computer from a MS-DOS-based startup disk, and then run fdisk.exe /mbr. Restart the installation from the Windows XP Professional installation CD.

  4. Disable the onboard SCSI controller in the BIOS, and then restart the installation from the Windows XP Professional installation CD. Select F2 during the text-mode phase. Insert the drivers for the onboard SCSI controller.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 115

You plan to install Windows XP Professional on a new computer. You have an answer file named unattend.txt and a uniqueness database file named unattend.udb. Unattend.udb contains a section for a computer named Computer1. You copy the Windows XP Professional source files, unattend.txt, and unattend.udb to a network share named Source. You start the new computer by using a network startup disk, and then map X: to the Source share. You need to start an unattended installation of Windows XP Professional on Computer1. What should you run?

 

  1. setupmgr.exe /m:computer1

  2. sysprep.exe /t:s:computer1

  3. Winnt.exe /unattend:unattend.txt /udf:computer1, unattend.udb /s:x:

  4. Winnt32. exe /unattend:unattend.txt /udf:computer1, unattend.udb /s:x:

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 116

You create an unatt
ended installation file named unattend.txt. You plan to use an answer file to perform an automated installation of Windows XP Professional. You need to ensure that a line-of-business application is installed automatically after the installation of Windows XP Professional is complete. What should you do?

 

  1. Add a [GuiUnattend] section to unattend.txt.

  2. Include a [GuiRunOnce] section in unattend.txt.

  3. Create an unattend.bat file. Place the file in the root of the installation source files.

  4. Create a registry file named setup.reg. Place the file in the root of the installation source files.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 117

You plan to deploy Windows XP Professional on 100 client computers. You need to create an answer file for a Sysprep setup. What should you do from the Windows XP Professional installation CD?

 

  1. Extract support.cab, and then run rsdir.exe.

  2. Extract deploy.cab, and then run sysprep.exe.

  3. Extract support.cab, and then run windiff.exe.

  4. Extract deploy.cab, and then run setupmgr.exe.

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 118

You plan to upgrade a computer that runs Windows 2000 to Windows XP Professional. You need to verify that the applications currently installed on the computer will run after the upgrade. What should you do before you st
art the Windows XP Professional installation?

 

  1. From the Windows XP Professional source files, run winnt.exe /u.

  2. From the Windows XP Professional source files, run Winnt32 /checkupgradeonly.

  3. Review the Windows Hardware Compatibility List on the Microsoft Web site.

  4. Start the computer from the Windows XP Professional installation CD. When prompted, press F6.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 119

You need to upgrade a computer that runs Windows 2000 to Windows XP Professional. The solution must maintain all current user and application configuration settings. What should you do?

 

  1. From Windows 2000, run winnt.exe.

  2. From Windows 2000, run winnt32. exe.

  3. Start the computer from the Windows XP Professional installation CD.

  4. Download the Windows XP Setup Boot Disks for Windows XP Professional from the Microsoft Web site. Start the computer by using the startup disks.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 120

A user has a computer that runs Windows 2000 Professional. The user plans to upgrade the computer to Windows XP Professional. You need to instruct the user how to perform the upgrade. You must ensure that the user is only prompted to enter the Window XP product ID during the installation. Which command should you instruct the user to run?

 

  1. sysprep.exe -nosidgen

  2. sysprep.exe -reseal

  3. winnt32 /duprepare

  4. winnt32. exe /unattend

 

Correct Answer: D

 


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