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 installing a network interface card on a computer with the following configuration: a 5867133 CPU, 16MB or RAM, a 800-MB IDE hard disk, a parallel port configured as LPT1, and a serial port configured as COM1, which is currently used by a mouse. In addition to the IDE host adapter and the video card, the following devices have been installed on the computer's expansion bus: a modem on COM2, a SCSI host adapter for a CD-ROM drive, and a sound card. The SCSI hose adapter is using IRQ 5, and the sound card is using IRQ 11. The network interface card that you are installing supports the following choices for IRQ: 2, 3, 4, 5, 9,10 and 11. Which IRQ(s) could you use for the network interface card without creating an IRQ conflict with another device?
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 domainNo action is necessary, as access is already availableNone of theseThe Testers group must be assigned permissions to the shared directory on the Windows NT Advanced Server in the RESEARCH domainNone of these
None of theseWhen, after the user has logged on, the personal or mandatory profiles are missing or corruptedWhen a user has logged on using the Guest accountWhen the local accounts database recognizes that the user logging on has never done so from this computerWhen there is no user logged on at the computer