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

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Comprehensive Test

  1. b. Windows 2000 Server supports up to 4 processors, Advanced Server supports up to 8, and Datacenter Server supports up to 16, with special OEM versions supporting up to 32.

  2. b, c. The Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) and the Windows 2000 Executive are part of the kernel mode. The integral and environment subsystems are part of the user mode.

  3. b. The solution meets the required result and the first optional result. A workgroup environment allows users to share files and a printer, but each shared folder will require a password for access.

  4. a, c. Setup.exe and winnt32.exe are both Windows 2000 installation programs, along with winnt.exe. Install.exe is a common DOS-based installation file, and win2k.exe is not a Windows 2000 installation program.

  5. b, c. Windows 98 can use either winnt32.exe or setup.exe. Winnt.exe is used for 16-bit operating systems, and upgrade.exe is not a Windows 2000 installation program.

  6. b. The minimum required for installing Windows 2000 Server is 64 MB. If you are going to support more than 5 computers on the network, you should have a minimum of 128 MB.

  7. a. The answer file is the only file that is required to perform an unattended installation of Windows 2000 Server.

  8. b. You can install service packs during the installation of Windows 2000 Server using a process known as service-pack slipstreaming.

  9. a. You should upgrade and test the PDC first, followed by each BDC, one at a time. After you’re done with the PDC and BDC computers, it doesn’t matter ...

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