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"?
None of theseAdd your user account to the local Administrators group on each workstation in the SYCON domainAdd your user account to the Domain Admins group on any Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domainAdd 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 accou
It provides low-level access to the network adapters by providing data transmission support and some basic adapter management functionsIt defines how data should be presented to the next receiving layer, packages the data accordingly, and then passes the data to the application through the session layer interface.None of theseIt is responsible for establishing logical names on the network, establishing connections between two logical names on the network, and supporting reliable data transfer between computers that have esIt supports communications between applications on different computers by creating sessions, defining data-exchange formats, and providing application-support services
You create home directories for users Jan and Kim on a Windows NT Server computer. Jan works on a Windows NT Workstation computer. Kim works on a Microsoft Windows for Workgroups computer. After they log on, Jan can access her home directory, but Kim cannot access her home directory. What should you do?
Start the Replication service on Kim's Windows for Workgroups computerMap a drive on Kim's Windows for Workgroups computer to her home directory on the serverRelocate Kim's home directory to her Windows for Workgroups computerYou cannot do this. Home directories can be accessed only by Windows NT computers