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?
Maria needs to install software on a Windows NT Server computer which is a backup domain controller. When she attempts to log on to the server, she receives the message "Unable to log on locally". What must you do to enable Maria to log on to the server?
In User Manager for Domains, assign Maria to a group that has the right to log on locallyIn the System option in Control Panel, set the user environment variables to allow Maria to log on locallyNone of theseIn User Manager for Domains, define Maria as a local accountIn the System option in Control Panel, select the setting that allows users to log on locally
Why does a high number of broadcast messages adversely affect overall network performance?
No computer on the network can transmit data until each broadcast message has been acknowledged by every computer on the networkEvery computer on the network must process each broadcast messageNone of theseBroadcast messages are automatically routed to every segment of a LANEach broadcast message requires an acknowledgement packet from every computer on the network