70-270 Practice Tests 9


Question 91:
Which port number must be open on a firewall to receive an inbound remote assistance connection?

1. 829
2. 329
3. 389
4. 3389
5. 3398
6. 118

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: For remote assistance to work, you must be able to receive an inbound connection on Port 3389; this port is the listening port that Remote Assistance uses.

Objective: Implementing, Managing, and Troubleshooting Network Protocols and Services

Question 82:
Which of the following tasks can a limited account type perform?

1. Change your picture
2. Install all programs and hardware
3. Change your account name
4. Change your account type
5. Create, change, or remove your password

Correct answer(s): 5 1

Explanation: Windows XP Professional provides two account types which are Computer Administrator and Limited. Limited accounts can change their picture or create, change, or remove a password. Limited accounts will be able to install some programs, but not all programs and not hardware.

Web Reference:
Configure Windows XP Professional – Create Your Accounts
Question 83: (9)
How many symmetric processors can Windows XP Professional support?

1. Four
2. Eight
3. One
4. Two

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Windows XP Professional can support up to two symmetric processors.

Objective: Installing Windows XP Professional

Question 84:
Bill is an accountant for XYZ Corporation and uses a Windows XP Professional desktop computer. When Bill is performing accounting functions, he needs to have several different applications open simultaneously in order to perform his work. 2 of the applications are processor intensive and are causing excel to run slowly. Unfortunately, XYZ Corporation does not have funds available to upgrade the hardware on Bill’s computer. What can be done to increase Excel’s response?

1. Close all unnecessary open applications
2. Open performance monitor and log processor time
3. In Task Manager, click on the processes tab, right click on the Excel process, select Set Priority and change it to High
4. In Task Manager, click on the processes tab, right click on the Excel process, select Set Priority and change it to Low
5. In Task Manager, click on the processes tab, right click on the System Idle process, and select End Process

Correct answer(s): 3 1

Explanation: Increasing the priority of a process can increase its performance at the cost of other applications that are running. Closing unnecessary applications will free up system resources that can be allocated to currently running processes. Logging counters in Performance Monitor would not help in this situation. While this would allow you to find out if there is a hardware bottleneck, the company did not have a budget to invest in new hardware so this option would not help the situation. Ending the system idle process also will not work as this is a necessary system process and an error message would display if one tried to end that process.

Web Reference: Change Process Priority
Question 85:
You are the administrator of a Windows based network consisting of 100 Windows 95 clients, 100 Windows 98 clients and 500 Windows NT Workstations. Your company has decided to migrate all clients to Windows XP Professional and require that the users’ documents, browser settings, Outlook Express settings and several registry settings be configured with the least amount of effort. How is this best accomplished?

1. Use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard
2. Backup each user’s documents and data. Install Windows XP on all of the computers and then manually reconfigure all of the user’s application specific settings. Restore the data and documents from tape
3. Upgrade all clients directly to Windows XP Professional. Because it is an upgrade their settings will be saved
4. Use the User State Migration Tool

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: By default, the User State Migration Tool transfers almost the same files and settings as the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard, however, it is designed for large migrations such as would be found on a corporate network. It also is customizable and allows registry settings to be transferred.

Web Reference:
User State Migration in Windows XP
Question 86: (9)
You frequently work on sensitive documents and need to make sure that your computer is locked while you are away from your desk. You have been instructed to lock the workstation using CTRL – ALT – DEL, but you find that you sometimes forget. How can you make your workstation password protected if it is idle for 10 minutes?

1. Through Display Properties, desktop tab
2. Through the Control Panel, Screen Saver icon
3. Through Display Properties, Screen Saver tab
4. Through Display Properties, Appearance tab

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: Through the Control Panel, Screen Saver tab, you can choose a screen saver to start if the computer has been idle for a specific amount of time. You can also configure the screen saver to require a password in order to resume the computer’s normal function.

Objective: Configuring and Troubleshooting the Desktop Environment

Question 87: (5)
What is the minimum processor speed required for an Intel-based computer to install and run XP Professional?

1. Pentium II 300 MHZ
2. Pentium II 233 MHZ
3. Pentium I 166 MHZ
4. Pentium I 133MHZ

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: The minimum processor speed for XP Professional is Pentium II 233 MHZ.

Objective: Installing Windows XP Professional

Question 88: (0)
James is the network administrator for an airline company. He is expecting to add 50 new computers in the next couple of months. He decides to use Remote Installation Service (RIS) to accomplish this objective. James wishes to achieve the following goals:

1) Set up an RIS server on the network.
2) Create a RIPrep image of Windows XP Professional for installation on client computers.
3) Deploy the images to client computers

He establishes the following plan of action:

oInstall a Windows 2000 domain including Active Directory and DNS.
oInstall RIS on a member server
oInstall Windows XP Professional on a source computer on a network.
oInstall a DHCP server on a separate windows 2000 server.
oHe authorizes the RIS and DHCP Server in Active Directory.
oCreate images of these installations.
oAttempt to deploy the images to client computers in the organization.

Which of the following objectives are met by this plan of action? Choose all that apply?

1. The images are deployed to client computers
2. A RIS server is set up on the network
3. A RIPrep image of Windows XP Professional is created
4. An image of standardized accounting application was created on RIS Server

Correct answer(s): 3 2 1

Explanation: By following the plan of action, a RIS server is set up. By using RIPrep.exe program, you have created a RIPrep image of Windows XP Professional without any standardized application. Actually you can use RIPrep.exe to create an image of Windows XP Professional plus standardized application. Because of the presence of DHCP server in the network, and you have authorized DHCP server and RIS server in Active Directory, the Windows XP Professional image has been successfully deployed to the client computers.

Objective: Installing Windows XP Professional

Question 89: (1)
Which of the following tools can be used to migrate user’s data and applications from an older computer to a new Windows XP computer?

1. Active Directory Administration Tool (Ldp.exe)
2. ACL Diagnostics (ACLdiag.exe)
3. Credential Manager
4. User State Migration Tool

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: With the User State Migration Tool, administrators can migrate users’ data and applications from an older computer to a new Windows XP computer. Credential Manager is used as a secure store for user and password information for users who are not always connected to a domain or who require access to resources in domains that do not have trust relations defined. ACLDIAG.EXE is a command-line tool that helps diagnose and troubleshoot problems with permissions on Active Directory objects. It is one of the Active Directory Administration Tool. LDP.exe is the Active Directory administration tool that allows users to perform LDAP operations, such as connect, bind, search, modify, add, and delete, against any LDAP-compatible directory such as Active Directory. LDAP is an internet standard wire protocol used by Active Directory.

Objective: Installing Windows XP Professional

Question 90:
If you copy a file on an NTFS partition from one computer to a partition on an NTFS partition on another computer, what happens to the permissions of the file?

1. The file retains it’s current permissions
2. The file inherits the permissions of the destination folder
3. The file reverts to the default permissions of full control for the everyone group
4. The file will have no permissions set

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: When a file is copied within an NTFS partition or between NTFS partitions, Windows XP will treat the file like it is new, and thus, it will inherit the permissions of the target folder.

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