Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #26 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Insider Solutions

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Chapter Quiz #26

1. What is the correct syntax for the bootcfg.exe /EMS command?

a. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/U user [/P [password]]]] [/PORT port] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
b. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/PORT port] [/P [password]]]] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
c. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/U user [/PW [password]]]] [/PORT port] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
d. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/U user [/P [password]]] [/PORT port] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
e. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/U user [/PW [password]]]] [/PORT port] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
f. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/U user [/PORT port [/P [password]]]]] [/ID bootid] [/BAUD baudrate]
g. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/U user [/PW [password]]]] [/PORT port] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
h. BOOTCFG /EMS value [/S system [/PORT port [/U user [/P [password]]]]] [/BAUD baudrate] [/ID bootid]
i. None of the options are correct.

2. RDC is supported by all these hardware devices, except one. Which?

a. 16-bit Windows-based computers running Windows for Workgroups with TCP/IP.
b. 32-bit Windows-based computers running every Windows OS from Windows 95 to Windows Server 2003.
c. Windows CE-based handheld devices.
d. Windows CE-based terminals.
e. Windows CE-based thin clients.
f. All the above have RDC support.

3. This is NOT true of Remote Assistance:

a. Some e-mail clients that do not support Simple MAPI will not appear as an option in the Internet Control Panel.
b. If an e-mail client has not yet been configured, Remote Assistance attempts to help the user configure it.
c. Windows Messenger is the preferred method for sending RA invitations except when NAT is in use.
d. Remote Assistance is disabled by default in Windows Server 2003.
e. Remote Assistance can be set up between Windows Server 2003 and a Windows XP machine, as long as they are connected via a common network.

4. The default level of encryption for remote sessions is...

a. Monodirectional 64-bit
b. Bidirectional 64-bit
c. Monodirectional 128-bit
d. Bidirectional 128-bit

5. This terminal convention is NOT supported by EMS:

a. VT100
b. VT100+
c. VT-UTF8
d. All three are supported.
e. Neither A nor B are supported.
f. Neither A nor C are supported.
g. Neither B nor C are supported.
h. None of the options are supported.


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