MCSE: The Core Exams in a Nutshell

Errata for MCSE: The Core Exams in a Nutshell

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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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 xi
The URL under "Other MCSE Resources" did read

http://www.microsoft.com/train_cert Is now: http://www.microsoft.com/mcp

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 80
Answer 1 did read

1. A. A network with a Windows NT domain controller is a server-based network. Now reads: 1. B. A network with a Windows NT domain controller is a server-based network.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 81
Answer 17 did read

"B" and "802.2" Now reads: "A" and "802.1"

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 93
"10BaseT" column entry for "Max.nodes/segment"

The "10BaseT" column entry for "Max.nodes/segment" in the table at the top of the page did read: "512" Now reads: "1"

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 269
Question 32:

"(Select all that apply.)" has been added at the end of the question.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 276
question 31:

The answer to question 31 did read: "A. WINNT /b." Now reads: "B. WINNT32 /b."

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 276
Question 32:

the answer did read: "B. NTFS is less efficient than FAT for small disk capacities." Now reads: "B, C. NTFS is less efficient than FAT for small disk capacities."

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 278
Question 60: did read:

"D. CSNW (choice A) is not an issue with NT Server. Since the computer can..." Now reads: "C. CSNW (choice A) is not an issue with NT Server. Since the computer can..."

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 285
last entry in the "Boot.ini Options" section

The last entry in the "Boot.ini Options" section did read "/so uses verbose mode for device drivers" Now reads: "/sos uses verbose mode for device drivers"

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 368
second bulleted item

The first sentence in the second bulleted item on the page, under the heading "X86 Architecture" did read: "is supported by Windows 98, and under DOS by extended (EMS) or expanded (XMS) memory managers." Now reads: "Protected mode is supported by Windows 98, and under DOS by expanded (EMS) or extended (XMS) memory managers."

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000