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Perform and Troubleshoot an Attended Installation of Windows XP Professional 21-11
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Objective 1.1 Questions 1.
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You want to perform a clean install of Windows XP Professional on a computer running Windows NT Workstation 3.51. The computer contains a Pentium II processor running at 350 MHz, 48 MB of RAM, a 4 GB hard disk formatted as two 2 GB FAT partitions (drive C has 1.5 GB of free space, whereas drive D has 900 MB of free space), a 24x CDROM drive, a mouse, a keyboard, and a Super Video Graphics Array (SVGA) video subsystem. All the hardware is in the Windows Catalog. Your desired results are to
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Replace the existing operating system with Windows XP Professional. Choose a file system that will enable you to ensure the greatest level of security possible. Rejoin the computer to the Active Directory domain. Retain the existing applications and user settings.
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Increase the amount of RAM to 128 MB. While logged on to the existing installation of Windows NT Workstation 3.51, run Winnt32.exe from the Windows XP Professional installation CD-ROM and choose to perform a New Installation. Answer the prompts during installation. When prompted, type the appropriate domain name.
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Which goals does your proposed approach provide Choose two correct answers. A. Ensures that the computer meets the minimum hardware requirements for running Windows XP Professional B. Replaces the existing installation of Windows NT Workstation 3.51 with a new installation of Windows XP Professional C. Chooses a file system that enables you to ensure the greatest level of security possible D. Rejoins the computer to the domain E. Retains the existing applications and user settings
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Installing Windows XP Professional (1.0)
You want to perform a clean install of a Windows XP Professional computer running Windows NT Workstation 3.51. The computer contains a Pentium III processor running at 700 MHz, 32 MB of RAM, a 4 GB hard disk, a 24x CD-ROM drive, a mouse, a keyboard, and an SVGA video subsystem. The hard disk is formatted as two 2 GB partitions, both formatted with the FAT file system with 650 MB of free space. All the hardware is in the Windows Catalog. Your desired results are to
Replace the existing operating system with Windows XP Professional. Choose a file system that enables you to ensure the greatest level of security possible. Rejoin the computer to the domain. Retain the existing applications and user settings. Allow for more efficient use of hard disk space by creating a single 4 GB partition.
You perform the following tasks:
While logged on to the existing installation of Windows NT Workstation 3.51, run Winnt32.exe from the Windows XP Professional installation CD-ROM and choose to perform a New Installation. Answer the prompts during installation, but make certain to convert the existing boot partition to NTFS. When prompted, type the appropriate domain name, and then add the computer account to the domain by providing logon credentials for an account belonging to the Domain Administrators group. After Setup completes, open the Computer Management console, and then open the Disk Management snap-in and perform the appropriate actions to convert the second partition to NTFS.
Which goals does your proposal achieve Choose three correct answers. A. Ensures that the computer meets the minimum hardware requirements for running Windows XP Professional B. Replaces the existing installation of Windows NT Workstation 3.51 with a new installation of Windows XP Professional C. Chooses a file system that enables you to ensure the greatest level of security possible D. Rejoins the computer to the domain E. Retains the existing applications and user settings F. Allows for more efficient use of hard disk space by creating a single 4 GB partition
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