Windows Servers use __________ to maintain security and support dial-in users.
The __________ menu on a Windows 9x computer allows you to add, modify, or remove various network components.
DNS naming of Windows objects is an important __________ feature of Active Directory.
The disk partition where Active Directory is installed:
must be NTFS formatted.
must be FAT16 formatted.
must be FAT32 formatted.
may be NTFS or FAT32 formatted.
NetBEUI is a specialized Microsoft protocol used in __________.
Windows Server 2008 networks
Windows Server 2003 networks
Windows Server 2003 and Server 2008 networks
Windows for Workgroups
A __________ is required to translate a domain name to an IP address.
When adding a client to a Windows network using DHCP, the DHCP server automates assignment of:
IP addresses, computer name, and subnet mask.
IP addresses, subnet mask, and DNS servers.
IP addresses, domain name, and subnet mask.
IP addresses, domain name, and computer name.
The Windows 2000 Configure Your Server application sidebar menu selections include __________.
Active Directory and Disk Administrator
File Server and My Documents
Print Server and Networking
Web Server and Disk Administrator
In a Windows server domain, __________ maintain(s) all user profiles.
the systems administrator
the primary domain controller
a back-up domain controller
the primary domain controller and a back-up domain controller
Windows Active Directory can be run on:
Windows NT servers only.
Windows 200x servers only.
both Windows NT and Windows 200x servers.
Windows Vista and Windows XP.
The security accounts manager (SAM) database contains information on all user profiles. User account set-up populates the database. Describe the fields and options associated with user account set-up.
Workgroup networks are small. Domain networks are larger. List at least three other distinctions found in a comparison of workgroups and domains.