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Perform and Troubleshoot an Attended Installation of Windows XP Professional 21-15
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Objective 1.1 Answers 1.
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Correct Answers: A and B A. Correct: By increasing the system RAM to 128 MB from 48 MB, you have guaranteed that the computer has enough memory for Windows XP Professional to install and run correctly. The computer already met all the other hardware requirements for Windows XP Professional, and you already knew that all the hardware was in the Windows Catalog. B. Correct: Although you cannot upgrade directly from Windows NT Workstation 3.51 to Windows XP Professional, you can perform a clean install. By selecting a New Installation, you can replace the existing copy of Windows NT Workstation 3.51. C. Incorrect: You can install Windows XP Professional onto a partition formatted with the file allocation table (FAT) file system, but that file system does not allow for file and folder level access controls. To ensure the greatest level of security possible, you need to convert each partition to NTFS. The version of NTFS included with Windows XP Professional also supports the Encrypting File System (EFS). EFS enables a user to encrypt files so that the data the files contain is protected even if a hostile intruder obtains physical access to the hard disk. Nothing in the lists of tasks indicates that you converted each partition to NTFS. D. Incorrect: Before a computer can join a domain, a computer account must be created in the domain. If a computer account already exists with the same name, it needs to be reset or deleted first. This can be accomplished before setup by adding the computer account into Active Directory a domain administrator can do this. The computer can also be added to the domain during the installation of Windows XP Professional by anyone who has the right to add workstations to the domain. Nothing in the lists of tasks indicates that you created the account in the domain. E. Incorrect: Performing a new installation on a computer with an existing operating system causes the loss of all user settings and forces you to reinstall all the applications. Performing an intermediate upgrade to Windows NT Workstation 4.0 or Windows 2000 Professional could have retained them.
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Correct Answers: B, C, and D A. Incorrect: The computer does not have 64 MB of RAM, which is the minimum requirement for Windows XP Professional to install and run correctly. The computer already met all the other hardware requirements for Windows XP Professional, and you knew that all the hardware was in the Windows Catalog.
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B. Correct: Although you cannot upgrade directly from Windows NT Workstation 3.51 to Windows XP Professional, you can perform a clean install. By selecting a New Installation, you can replace the existing copy of Windows NT Workstation 3.51. C. Correct: You can install Windows XP Professional onto a partition formatted with the FAT file system, but that file system does not allow for file- and folder-level access controls. To ensure the greatest level of security possible, you need to convert each partition to NTFS. The list of completed tasks indicates that you converted the boot partition to NTFS during installation. You also converted the second partition to NTFS after setup was complete. You cannot convert boot partitions from FAT or FAT32 to NTFS after setup by using the tools included with Windows XP Professional. D. Correct: Before a computer can join a domain, a computer account must be created in the domain. If a computer account of that name already exists in the domain, it must be reset or deleted first. The list of tasks indicates that you provided logon information for an account with sufficient privileges to create a new computer account during the installation of Windows XP Professional and that you completed the required actions to add the computer to the domain. E. Incorrect: Performing a new installation on a computer with an existing operating system causes the loss of all user settings and forces you to reinstall all the applications. In contrast, performing an intermediate upgrade to Windows NT Workstation 4.0 or Windows 2000 Professional could have retained them. F. Incorrect: Nothing in the list of tasks performed indicates that the hard disk partitions were replaced with a single partition or somehow combined.
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Correct Answers: C and D A. Incorrect: Windows XP Professional can be configured to automatically display the Welcome Screen at startup. The Welcome Screen lists the local user accounts so that users have to type only their password, not their user name when logging in. When the computer displays the user names, people who have gained physical access to it have useful information if they try to break into the installation of Windows XP Professional. It is more secure to require users to type both their user names and passwords when they log on to a computer. B. Incorrect: NTFS supports folder- and file-level access controls. By carefully setting permissions on operating system and data files, you can ensure that only authenticated users can view files on the computer whether logged on locally or over the network. The FAT32 file system does not have any built-in security and is therefore a bad choice for computers that will contain sensitive data.
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