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MCSE: Windows 2000 Exams in a Nutshell by Paul Murphy, Michael Moncur

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Case Study

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You are the network administrator for FSC Software company. The company’s current network consists of ten computers running Windows 98, four computers running Windows NT Workstation 4.0, and a Macintosh machine in the graphics department. All of the Windows 98 machines have 16 MB of RAM. Two of the Windows NT computers have 16 MB, and the other two have 64 MB.

You are adding four new Pentium III 600 MHz PCs to the network. They have 10 GB hard disks, floppy drives, network cards, and 32 MB of RAM. They currently do not have CD-ROM drives. You would like to install Windows 2000 Professional on the new machines. You also plan to upgrade the NT 4.0 machines to Windows 2000 Professional, preferably without spendingany extra money.

Multiple Choice

  1. Which of the following additional hardware will the new machines require before installing Windows 2000 Professional?

    1. Larger hard disks

    2. Additional RAM

    3. CD-ROM drives

    4. None of the above

  2. How many of the Windows NT machines can be upgraded to Windows 2000 professional without a hardware upgrade?

    1. One

    2. Two

    3. Four

    4. None

Create a Tree

  1. You are considering a number of other upgrades to the network. Place each of the following under the correct heading: Possible with Windows 2000 Professional or Requires Windows 2000 Server.

    1. Upgrade from a workgroup-based to a domain-based network.

    2. Use AppleTalk to access shared files on the Windows network from the Macintosh. ...

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