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« on: May 23, 2001, 03:44:38 PM »

A friend of mine has appeared for 240

He says that he used test preps from mcpquestionbank.com and notes from brainbuzz.com

He has given a few questions to me......



*86 . Your new computer does not have any operating system. You want to install Windows 2000 server on it . You decide to install the server using Windows 2000 server floppy disk method. How will you create the Windows 2000 setup floppy disks ?

A) Insert a Windows 2000 CD-ROM in the drive of the system running Windows 95 or 98
B) Insert a blank , formatted , 3.5-inch, 1.2-mb disk into the floppy disk drive. Click on start menu and then click run
C) insert a blank formatted, 5.25-inch, 1.2-mb disk into the floppy disk drive. Click on start menu and then run click
D) in the open box, type d:\I386\WINNT /ox .

Answer: ab
Reason : You can create a set of floppy disks by using the MAKEBOOT.EXE utility in the Bootdisk folder of the Windows 2000 setup CD-ROM. You can create the setup disks from a computer running any version of Windows or MS-DOS.
 
S*** 87 . You have a Windows 98  installed on a Pentium 200 Mhz with system with 64 MB RAM. You want to install Windows 2000 server on this system. The system is connected to the network. You want to automate the installation process by using unattended installation method. How will you accomplish this task ?

A) Upgrade the system with minimum 128mb RAM.
B) Upgrade the system with minimum 256mb RAM.
C) Upgrade the processor with Pentium-III.
D) Create an \I386 folder on the distribution share of the network server. Copy the contents of the \I386 folder from the Windows 2000 server CD and the answer file to the folder that you created.
E) Go to the distribution folder that contains installation files, on the computer running Windows 98 and run command :WINNT32 /unattended: /s:
F) Go to the distribution folder that contains installation files, on the computer running Windows 98 and run command :WINNT32 /b: /d:.

Answer: ade

To start Windows 2000 setup in unattended setup mode from Windows 95 or Windows 98, Windows NT, or Windows 2000, a user must specify: WINNT32 /unattended /s:.
Where: is a file that contains answers to questions that should be automated during installation.
is the location of the Windows 2000 installation files.
Ref.: TechNet Technical Information CD, TopiC) MS Windows 2000 Unattended Setup Parameters Guide.

*88. You have to deploy thirty new computers as a part of corporate expansion. You plan to install Windows 2000 server using automated installation method. You will have to create unattended answer files for it . how will you create unattended Answer files ?

A) Run DCPROMO.EXE to create answer files and specify platform for the answer file,
The level of automation , and create sub-folders in the distribution folder
B) Run setup manager application to create answer files and specify the platform for the answer file, the level of automation , default user information , create distribution folders, configure network setting a1nd other options
C) Create the file manually with a text editor such as notepad
D) Run setup manager application to create answer files and specify platform
For the answer file, the level of automation , create sub-folders in the distribution folder, system components and other options .

Answer: bc
Reason : You can use Setup Manager to create answer files or can manually typed out the required answer file.


Specify platform for the answer file (Microsoft Windows2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Remote Operating System Installation, or Sysprep)
? Specify the level of automation for unattended Setup mode. (Levels include "Provide Defaults," "Fully Automated," "Hide Pages," "Read Only," and "GUI-mode Setup.")
? Specify default user information
? Define computer name options, including creating a /UDF to access a file of valid computer names
? Configure network settings
? Add commands to the [GuiRunOnce] section
? Create distribution folders
? Add files to the distribution folders
? Add a custom logo and background files
? Specify a time zone
? Specify TAPI information
? Specify code pages
? Specify regional options
? Create Cmdlines.txt files
Setup Manager cannot perform the following functions:
? Create sub-folders in the distribution folder
? Create Txtsetup.oem files
? Specify system components, such as Internet Information Services
DCPROMO.EXE runs Active Directory Installation wizard.
The Setup Manager application is available on the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server CD-ROM in the DEPLOY.CAB file of the \Support\Tools folder.
Ref.: TechNet Technical Information CD, TopiC) Chapter 25 - Automating Client Installation and Upgrade, Creating the Answer File with Setup Manager

*89. You want to install Windows 2000 server on nine Pentium 133Mhz Windows 98 systems having 256mb RAM. You want to automate the installation . The hardware of master computer and the computers on which you are installing Windows 2000 server are similar , expect the mass storage device controllers . The hard drives of all the computers on which Windows 2000 server is being installed have multiple partitions. How will you accomplish the task ?

A) start the reference computer and connect to the distribution folder
B) start the reference computer and connect to the system folder
C) to run setup, click start > click run ,and then type: WINNT32 /unattend:unattend.txt / s:install_source / syspart:second_drive
/tempdrive:second_drive where: ǣunattend.txt is an answer file used for unattended setup.ǣInstall_source is location of Windows 2000 server files.
ǣsecond_drive is an optional second drive on which you pre-install Windows 2000 and other applications.
D) to run setup, click start > click run , and then type WINNT32 /unattend:unattend.txt /s:install_source /syspart:second_drive Where: ǣunattend.txt is an answer file used for unattended setup .
ǣinstall_source is the location of the Windows 2000 server files.
ǣsecond_drive is an optional second drive on which you pre-install Windows
2000 and other applications .

Answer: ac

Reason If the partition to which Windows will be automatically installed contains sufficient space, setup looks for additional partitions containing sufficient space and prompts you to choose the desired partition. For automated installations, you can bypass the prompt by running setup with the /tempdrive parameter to automatically point to the desired partition.

*90 . You are appointed as a network administrator in an enterprise. You have been
Assigned the task of installing Windows 2000 and some other applications on a computer in the network . you plan to automate the installation tasks on multiple computers . after resolving your critical planning issues, you decide to automate the installation of server
Applications using a batch file unattended installation feature . how will you configure it?

A) create the batch file containing lines similar to the following example :Start /wait \ (where is the path to the executable file that starts the installation. Is the name of the executable file that starts the installation . are any available quite-mode parameters
appropriate for the application you want to install .
B) create the batch file containing lines similar to the following example :Run to application>\ (where is the path of distribution folder that starts the installation. is the name of the .cab file that starts the installation . are any available quite-mode parameters appropriate for the application that you want to install.)
C) copy the batch file to the distribution folders or another location that can be accessed during setup
D) with .bat as the name of the batch file, include any entry in the [Guirunonce] section of the answer file to run the batch file.

Answer: acd

Reason : To install applications using a batch file:

Create the batch file containing lines similar to the following example:
Start /wait \
Start /wait \
Exit

Where:

is the path to the executable file that starts the installation. This path must be available during setup.
is the name of the executable file that starts the installation.
are any available quiet-mode parameters appropriate for the application you want to install.

Copy the batch file to the distribution folders or another location that can be accessed during setup.

With .bat as the name of the batch file, include an entry in the [GuiRunOnce] section of the answer file to run the batch file.







similar to the following example. The example assumes that the batch file has been copied to the Sysprep folder on the local hard disk, though it can be located wherever that Setup has access to, during an installation.
[GuiRunOnce]
"%systemdrive%\sysprep\.bat"
"\.exe"
"\.exe"
"%systemdrive%\sysprep\sysprep.exe -quiet"
where:
\ and \ are fully qualified paths to additional applications or utility installations or configuration tools. This can also be a path to another batch file. These paths must be available during setup.
Applications that use the same type of installation mechanism may not run properly if a /wait command is not used.
(Ref. TechNet Technical Information CD - Chapter13)

*91 . Andrew has a Pentium 166Mhx system with Windows NT server 3.5 64mb RAM.
He wants to upgrade this system to Windows 2000 server for exploring new features of this network operting system . what steps will he take ?

A) replace the processor with Pentium 200Mhz
B) add additional 64mb RAM
C) first upgrade Windows NT server 3.5 to Windows NT server 3.51 or 4.0 And then upgrade with Windows 2000 server
D) boot with Windows NT 3.5, insert the Windows 2000 server CD-Rom in drive and run WINNT.EXE and specify the same directory for Windows 2000 server files
E) boot with Windows NT 3.5, insert the Windows 2000 server CD-Rom in drive
And run WINNT.EXE and specify a new directory for Windows 2000 server files .
Answer: bc

Reason: You cannot directly upgrade to Windows 2000 Server if you have a Windows NT Server version earlier than 3.51. You must first upgrade to Windows NT Server 3.51 or 4.0. Secondly, the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 2000 Server is, Pentium 133MHz system with 128MB RAM.

Ref.: TechNet Technical Information CD, Chapter 3 - Planning Your Windows 2000 Server Installation

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