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6: Appendix
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Appendix A
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Figure A-1. Set Program Access And Defaults is available in Add Or Remove Programs in Control Panel in Windows XP SP1.
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Set Program Access And Defaults manages which applications are used by default by the operating system for Web browsing, e-mail, multimedia, instant messaging, and Java applications. Three main configuration choices are available:
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G Microsoft Windows. This option preserves access to non-Microsoft appli-
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cations via their normal desktop and Start menu shortcuts, and uses Microsoft s applications as the system s defaults.
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G Non-Microsoft. This option uses non-Microsoft applications whenever
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available and actually hides Microsoft s tools.
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Appendix A: Windows XP Service Pack 1
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G Custom. This option allows you to individually choose whether to use a
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Microsoft application or a third-party application for each category, and if a third-party application is chosen, whether to also enable or hide the Microsoft-equivalent application for the category. The settings for each main option can be accessed by clicking the arrow on the right side of the dialog box next to the button for each entry. Selecting an option also expands that option s settings. With the introduction of Windows XP SP1, many new Windows computers might be delivered from their manufacturers with some or all of the Microsoft applications replaced or even hidden in favor of third-party tools.
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Appendix A
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Glossary
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1000Base-T Also referred to as Gigabit Ethernet, an Ethernet standard capable of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps), or 1,000 Mbps, over twisted-pair wiring. 100Base-T Also called Fast Ethernet, an Ethernet standard that has a capacity of 100 Mbps over twisted-pair wiring. 10Base-T An Ethernet standard with a capacity of 10 Mbps over twisted-pair wiring.
access control list (ACL) A list associated with a file or other resource that contains information about which users or groups have permission to access the resource. access method The way in which a computer accesses a network at the physical layer of the OSI reference model. CSMA/CD is considered an access method used in Ethernet networks. See also Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection. Active Directory The directory service used by modern Windows domains. Active Directory holds all user and group accounts as well as information about network resources, policies, and other objects. Active Server Pages (ASP) A server-side scripting language used by Web content developers that provides much of the interactive content on the Internet. ASP applications can be used to create dynamic Web content. ASP is supported by Internet Information Server (IIS) in Windows XP Professional. See also Internet Information Server. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) A protocol used by computers to resolve IP addresses to physical (or MAC) network addresses, so that traffic can be forwarded appropriately on a network. A transmitting computer begins the process of transmitting IP address data by sending an ARP broadcast to all network devices on the local subnet, asking which maintains the specified IP address. If a computer replies, communications
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between the two can be established. If the ARP broadcast fails to determine the physical address of the target computer s network adapter, an error message is generated. See also MAC address. Advanced Digest Authentication Advanced Digest Authentication is a lightweight process that permits secure authentication of users across network security devices (such as firewalls). It does not require client-side software and does not send user credentials in a clear-text format over public networks. IIS supports Advanced Digest Authentication. AppleTalk AppleTalk is a networking protocol developed by Apple Computer, Inc. for communication between Apple Macintosh computers. authentication The process of verifying the identity of a user or computer to grant access to the local computer or network resources. Authentication is typically performed by checking a user name and password, often in conjunction with other security protocols, such as EAP and MS-CHAP. Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) A service that automatically assigns IP addresses to network clients when no DHCP server is available. When a Windows 2000 or Windows XP computer starts up, it makes a DHCP query in an attempt to get a network address. If the DHCP server fails to answer, APIPA is used by the client to assign an IP address in the range of 169.254.0.1 to 169.254.255.254. This particular range of addresses was set aside for use by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) for use only on private, internal networks.
bridge A hardware device (or piece of software) that connects two physically dissimilar networks, such as an Ethernet network and a Token Ring network, or an Ethernet network and a wireless network. Windows XP includes a feature known as Network Bridge that can function as a software bridge.
cable modem A device that connects a computer or local area network to a broadband network that shares the same cable used to deliver cable television. Cable modems are used primarily to deliver broadband Internet access. Some cable companies use a shared access method, where bandwidth is shared among users in certain areas or neighborhoods. In many new cable implementations, there is so much bandwidth available that performance is usually not a problem. Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) A contention-based network media access method. Using CSMA/CD, network hosts listen for traffic on the network and attempt to transmit data as soon as no traffic is heard. If multiple hosts transmit at once, a collision occurs, and all transmitting hosts retry their communications. See also token passing. Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) An encrypted authentication mechanism that does not transmit the password in clear text across the initial connection. Instead, a handshake process allows the client to prove its identity. A revision of CHAP, MS-CHAP revises the authentication process to supply specific information needed to authenticate to Windows networks. client A computer that connects to another remote computer (often called a server) to request resources such as files or remote printers. See also server.
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