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« on: July 24, 2004, 06:04:18 PM »

Some questions for the latest Testking 70-272 (188 questions) in part A are missing answers and some seem questionable.  Anyone who can answer these by Tuesday, July 27, 2004 will receive the latest TestKing exam of your choice (different logo) along with free updates for 1 year (Please PM me with exam code of your choice).



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All questions below involve client computers running Windows XP.

Question 9.

All user data is stored on a network file server.  Four users in the company use a computer named All_staff.  Each user logs on to All_staff by using a separate logon name.  All_staff runs an application named App1.

You create a shortcut to App1 in the All Users profile on All_staff.  Each of the four users can access App1 by using the shortcut.  Some of the users report that one user deleted the shortcut to App1.  Now, the other users cannot use App1 when they use All_staff.

You need to ensure that one user cannot delete the App1 shortcut for other users. your solution must ensure that the shortcut is configured automatically for each user.  Your solution must not affect any other computers on the network.  What should you do?

A. Create one shortcut to App1. Save the shortcut in the Default Users profile on All_staff.  Delete all profiles on All_staff.

B. Create a shortcut to App1 for each user. Save the shortcut in the All Users profile on All_staff.  Delete all profiles on All_staff.

C. Ask administration to create one shortcut to App1.  Ask the administrator to save it in the Default Users profile on a domain controller.  Delete all profiles on All_staff.

D. Ask administration to create a shortcut for App1 for each user.  Ask the administrator to save the shortcuts in the All Users profile on a domain controller.  Delete all profiles on All_staff.


Answer : [missing]
Explanation : [missing]




Question 13.

The company has two operator shifts : morning and evening. Both operator shifts share the same computer.  The morning operator uses an application named App1, which is deployed by using Group Policy.  The evening operator does not use App1.

The evening operator reports that she can see a shortcut to App1, but that the application does not run.  You log on to the evening operator's computer and see the shortcut for App1.

You need to ensure that only the morning operator can see the shortcut to App1.  What should you do?

A. Delete the evening operator's user profile.
B. Delete the shortcut from the All Users profile.
C. Delete the shortcut from the Default Users profile.
D. Create a new evening operator's user profile by copying the Default User's profile.
E. Create a new morning operator's user profile by copying the Default User's profile.


Answer : [missing]
Explanation : [missing]

(my guess is B and E)


Question 42.

A user in the company uses Windows XP Professional computers at both the office and at home. The office computer is connected to the company network.  The home computer users a static IP address and connects to the Internet by using a persistent cable modem connection. The company network is connected to the Internet by a T1 line.

The user reports that he wants to use a Remote Desktop connection from his office computer to control his home computer. You verify that the company's Internet firewall permits Remote Desktop connection traffic.  However, the user cannot make a connection by using Remote Desktop.

You need to ensure that the user can make a Remote Desktop connection from his office computer to his home computer.  Your solution must prevent any other Internet traffic from reaching the home computer.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. On the user's office computer, enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS).
B. On the user's office computer, add the user's domain user account to the Remote Desktop Users group.
C. On the user's home computer, enable Internet Connection Firewall (ICF).
D. On the user's home computer, enable the Remote Desktop option in the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) services.

Answer : [missing]
Explanation : [missing]

(my guess: B & D)



Question 45.

All users use Microsoft Internet Explorer as their Web browser. A user calls you from a customer's office.  The user reports that he cannot access the company Web site from his portable computer. When he tries to access the Web site, Internet Explorer displays the following error message: "Cannot find server or DNS Error".

The user confirms that employees at the customer office do not receive this error message and are able to view Web sites on the Internet. You verify that the user's computer is connected to the customer network.

You instruct the user to ping the IP address of your company Web server on the internet. The user reports that the ping command reported a successful reply.  You need to ensure that the user can access the company Web site from the customer network.  What should you instruct the user to do?

A. Configure the Privacy setting to Medium.
B. Configure the security level for the Internet zone to Medium.
C. Select the Repair option on the user's Local Area Connection.
D. Select Automatically detect settings check box for the LAN connection settings in Internet Options in **MISSING**


Answer : [missing]
Explanation : [missing]

(my guess: D)


Question 46.

A user of a new computer reports that when she attempts to use Microsoft Outlook, she receives a message stating that the computer cannot connect to the company's Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 computer.  You discover that the user just relocated from one branch office to another branch office. The user was able to connect to the Exchange server from her old office.

You instruct the user to run the ping command to connect to several IP addresses on your network.  Some of the IP addresses are located in branch offices.  Each attempt is successful.

You need to ensure that the user's new computer can connect to the Exchange server.  What should you do?

A. Configure the computer to have the correct subnet mask.
B. Configure the computer to have the correct default gateway address.
C. Configure the computer to have the correct IP address for the company DNS server.
D. Configure the computer to have the correct IP address for the company WINS server.

Answer : [missing]
Explanation : [missing]



Question 55.

The company has a main office and a branch office. The branch office has a wireless network.  The Service Set Identifier (SSID) of the wireless network is named CoBranch. Data on the wireless network is protected by using static Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) keys.

A user travels from the main office to the branch office. The user's portable computer has a wireless network adapter that supports the Wireless Zero Configuration service. The wireless network connection icon in the taskbar notification area indicates that the wireless adapter is connected to CoBranch with a signal strength of Excellent.

The user reports that she is unable to access her e-mail messages or connect to any Web sites on the Internet.  You discover that the IP address displayed in the Wireless Network Connection Status dialog box is 169.254.66.227.

You verify that the branch office DHCP server is running and configured correctly and that other branch office users are able to connect to the wireless network, access their e-mail messages, and view Web sites on the Internet.

You need to ensure that the user is able to access her e-mail and connect to Web sites on the Internet.  What should you instruct the user to do?

A. Clear the Enable network access control using IEEE 802.1x check box on the Authentication tab of the Wireless Network Connection properties page.

B. Select the Data encryption (WEP enabled) check box on the WireLess Networks Properties tab of the Wireless Network Connection properties page.

C. Select the Network Authentication (Shared mode) check box on the Wireless Networks Properties tab of the Wireless Network Connection properties page.

D. Enter the SSID of the branch office wireless network on the Wireless Networks Properties tab of the Wireless Network Connection properties page.


Answer : [missing]
Explanation : [missing]



Question 32.

You have set up Content Advisor on a user desktop. Your user wants to bypass the content advisor warning when viewing a page.  What should you do?

A. Give him the supervisor password.
B. This is not possible.
C. Tell him to refresh the browser and delete the existing cookies and then retry.
D. Tell him to download the page for offline viewing.

Answer : A

(why not B?)



Also, I notice in part B all the answers are "A" for some reason.  Are the order of the answers randomized on the actual test?
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« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2004, 08:12:03 PM »

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