Assume that all users are members of the ACE domain and that most of the resources exist in the PUBS and CAD domains. You are a user with administrator rights in all domains. How would you allow users to access all of the resources, with a minimum set of trust relationships?
Establish one-way trust relationships in which: ACE trusts PUBS ACE trusts CADEstablish one-way trust relationships in which: PUBS trusts ACE CAD trusts ACENone of theseEstablish one-way trust relationships in which PUBS trusts ACE ACE trusts CADEstablish one-way trust relationships in which: PUBS trusts ACE CAD trusts PUBS â€¢
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?
You are setting up a network in a school. You need to network 5 computers for the file and printer sharing. You want to use some donated cable and Ethernet adapters. You identify the donated adapters as ARCnet coaxial network adapters and 10Base2 Ethernet network adapters. You install an Ethernet adapter in each of the 5 computers and connect the donated cable. The computers are NOT able to maintain reliable communication. You suspect that you are NOT using the correct type of coaxial cable. Which type of coaxial cable should you be using?
A company has a department that consists of 15 engineers. The engineers have data that needs to be accessible only to their own team. The department continually has engineers arriving and departing, and it is difficult to identify a single administrator for the department Which model would be the best for this situation?
None of theseA master domain mode, with each engineer trusting the master domain and the data stored on the serverA single domain mode, with all data kept on the controller for the domainA workgroup mode, with each engineer administering his or her own computerA complete trust mode, with each engineer's computer trusting the other engineer's computers