Windows NT
You want to keep an individual from logging on to a Windows NT Server computer by using the default Administrator account. How should you do this?

Disable the Administrator account
Lock out the Administrator account
Rename the Administrator account
None of these
Delete the Administrator account

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Windows NT
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?

You cannot do this. Home directories can be accessed only by Windows NT computers
Map a drive on Kim's Windows for Workgroups computer to her home directory on the server
Start the Replication service on Kim's Windows for Workgroups computer
Relocate Kim's home directory to her Windows for Workgroups computer

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Windows NT
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 the System option in Control Panel, set the user environment variables to allow Maria to log on locally
In User Manager for Domains, define Maria as a local account
None of these
In the System option in Control Panel, select the setting that allows users to log on locally
In User Manager for Domains, assign Maria to a group that has the right to log on locally

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Windows NT
Another drawback with repeaters is that the traffic generated on one segment is propagated onto the other segments

True
None of these
FALSE
Mirror the files on multiple partitions from one Windows NT Server computer to another
Copy files from a Windows NT Workstation computer to a Windows NT Server computer

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