There are two domains on your network. The DESIGN domain trusts the SALES domain. A color printer is shared in the DESIGN domain, and print permissions have been granted to the Domain Users and Domain Guests groups in the DESIGN domain. The Guest account has been enabled in the DESIGN domain. User John Y logs on using his account in the SALES domain. What must you do to allow JohnY to access the printer?
A one-way trust relationship has been established in which the RESEARCH domain trusts the TESTING domain. The Guest account is disabled in both domains. As a user belonging to a global group called Testers in the TESTING domain, you want to access a shared directory on a Windows NT Advanced Server in the RESEARCH domain. Which action would give you access?
The Testers group must be assigned permissions to the shared directory on the Windows NT Advanced Server in the RESEARCH domain, and the user must log on to the RESEARCH domainNone of theseNone of theseThe Testers group must be assigned permissions to the shared directory on the Windows NT Advanced Server in the RESEARCH domainNo action is necessary, as access is already available
You are adding a new server to your network. The network uses TCP/IP. The new server will provide users with dial-up access to network resources. The data link communications protocol you choose for dial-up access must allow you to provide secure authentication. Which protocol should you choose?
Assume that you are a user of a Windows NT workstation in the SYCON domain, and the Windows NT workstation has local accounts. You wish to have administrative rights to all Windows NT Advanced Servers in the SYCON domain. How would you achieve this with a minimum amount of administration"?
Add your user account to the Administrators group on each Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domainRun User Manager for Domains on any Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domain. Open the Domain Admins group. In the List Names From box choose your workstation and add your workstation user accouAdd your user account to the Domain Admins group on any Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domainAdd your user account to the local Administrators group on each workstation in the SYCON domainNone of these