Chapter 3: Exam 70-270 Prep and Practice
• Applications are also published in the Active Directory. A user can locate the
application and install it from the Add or Remove Programs utility in the
Files And Settings Transfer Wizard
• The Files And Settings Transfer Wizard is used to transfer user settings and
datafiles from an old computer to a new computer.
• This utility is located in the Accessories folder under System Tools.
• You must use one of the built-in serial ports such as the COM port for con-
necting the old computer and the new computer.
•Anull modem cable (serial cable) is used to connect two computers.
• Other methods of transferring files and user settings include network file
shares and removable media.
User State Migration Tool
• The User State Migration Tool is used in an Active Directory environment.
• It is used to migrate user settings and data files from old computers to new
computers in large-scale deployments.
• Two executable files associated with the User State Migration Tool are as
This file gathers information about user and data settings.
This file transfers the settings onto the new computer.
• The User State Migration Tool works only with fresh installations of Win-
dows XP Professional.
Implementing, Managing, and Troubleshooting Network Protocols
This subsection covers the summary of highlights from the “Implementing,
Managing, and Troubleshooting Network Protocols and Services” section in the
Exam 70-270 Study Guide.
• The IP address is a unique 32-bit address used to identify a computer or host
on a network.
• The IP address is written in four 8-bit decimal numbers, according to the w.x.
• A part of the IP address represents the network address and the remaining
part represents the host address.
• All computers on the same network must have the same network address.
• The subnet mask is used to distinguish the Network ID from the Host ID.
• The IP addresses are divided into address classes as shown in Table 3-14.