MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-210): Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional

Errata for MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-210): Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional




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Color Key: Serious Technical Mistake Minor Technical Mistake Language or formatting error Typo Question Note Update



Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page 27

32 MB Should Be 64 MB In Figure 2.1 On page 27, in Figure 2.1, in the "Memory" box,Change:"32 MB"To:"64 MB"

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Page 82

Maximum Monitors Should Be 9 In the first bullet point in the Using Multiple Displays section,Change:"Use of multiple displays extends the desktop across a maximum of 10 monitors."To:"Use of multiple displays extends the desktop across a maximum of 9 additional monitors."

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Page 87

Maximum Monitors Should Be 9 On page 87, in the second paragraph,Change:"...with up to a maximum of 10 additional monitors,..."To:"...with up to a maximum of 9 additional monitors,..."

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Page 348

Account~1 Should Be Accoun~1 On page 348 in the paragraph just before the Practice: Applied Permissions section,Change:"a Windows 2000 folder named Accountants Database would appear as Account~1 on client computers running MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, and Windows for Workgroups."To:"a Windows 2000 folder named Accountants Database would appear as Accoun~1 on client computers running MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, and Windows for Workgroups."

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Page 354

Correction To Table 15.2 On page 354, in Table 15.2, in the second paragraph under Purpose,Remove:"Windows 2000 also automatically shares CD-ROM drives and creates the share name by appending the dollar sign to the CD-ROM drive letter."

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Page 437 & 915

Increase Should Be Decrease On page 437 in the last sentence of Review Question 3, and on page 915 where the sentence is repeated,Change:"How can you increase disk access time for the computer?"To:"How can you decrease disk access time for the computer?"

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Page 517

Correction To Figure 22.3 On page 517, in figure 22.3, the label "multi(0)" immediately above the c: partition should read "rdisk(0)".

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Page 553

Correction to Generating Hardware Compatibility Report On page 553, under "Generating a Hardware Compatibility Report", there is a reference to the use of Windows 2000 Compatibility tool (Chkupgrd.exe ). The Windows 2000 Compatibility tool is no longer availalble.

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Page 596

Remove First Practice 2 On page 596, please remove the first "Practice 2", as the tool Windows 200 Readiness Analyzer is no longer availalble.

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Page 601

Correction To Windows 2000 Readiness Analyzer Program. On page 601, in the second paragraph, it states that "the Hardware and Software Compatibility page contans the Windows 2000 Readiness Analyzer program." The Windows 2000 Compatibility tool is no longer availalble .

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Page 624

Incorrect Statement About Windows 2000 Service Pack On page 624,Change: "If, after applying the service pack, you add any services or drivers to the local installation, you must reapply the service pack. To avoid manual service pack reapplication, type update -s: distribution_folder (where distribution_folder is the location containing the operating system files) to slipstream a distribution point. Then use the distribution point rather than the Windows 2000 Professional installation CD-ROM to add services or drivers to the local installation."To:"In earlier versions of Windows, if you applied a service pack to your computer, each time you changed the system state by adding or removing components, you had to reapply any service packs. Windows 2000 automatically recognizes that a service pack has been applied to the system and which files have been replaced or updated. Whenever you add or remove components from a computer running Windows 2000, the system copies the required files from either the Windows 2000 installation files or from the service pack install location, so you don't have to reapply the service pack."

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Page 648

Write Should Be Change On page 648, in the second paragraph, Change: "Share permissions are Full Control, Read, and Write." To: "Share permissions are Full Control, Read, and Change."

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Page 669

Disk Administrator Should Be Disk Management On page 75, in the second paragraph,Change:"Disk Administrator"To:"Disk Management"

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Page 725

Correction To Question 70-210.04.01.002 On page 725, in question 70-210.04.01.002,Change:"Which command-line utility..."To:"Which utility..."

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Page 730-731

Disk Defragmenter Cannot Be Scheduled Questions 70-210.04.02.003 and 70-210.04.02.004, on pages 730-731, propose using Scheduled Tasks to schedule the running of Disk Defragmenter. Disk Defragmenter cannot be scheduled. On page 731,Change answer D of both questions to:"D. Disk defragmentation does not occur at all."

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Page 733-734

Disk Defragmenter Cannot Be Scheduled Questions 70-210.04.02.003 and 70-210.04.02.004, on pages 733-734, propose using Scheduled Tasks to schedule the running of Disk Defragmenter. Disk Defragmenter cannot be scheduled. On pages 733-731,Change the explanation for question both questions to:"Correct Answer: DA. Incorrect: see explanation for D.B. Incorrect: see explanation for D.C. Incorrect: see explanation for D.D. Correct: Windows 2000 Disk Defragmenter cannot be scheduled."

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Page 921

32 MB Should Be 64 MB In Question 5 On page 921, in the answer to question 5, it is incorrectly stated that Windows 2000 Professional requires at least 32 MB of memory.This should read at least 64 MB of memory.

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Page 978

Incorrect page number for nbtstat command entry in index On page 978, the entry for the nbtstat command in the index reads: "nbtstat command, 658" It should read: "nbtstat command, 162"Microsoft Press is committed to providing informative and accurate books. All comments and corrections listed above are ready for inclusion in future printings of this book. If you have a later printing of this book, it may already contain most or all of the above corrections.

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