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Expect some simulation type of questions in the Microsoft exams.

There will be about 50 questions and duration of the exam is 120 minutes. The passing score is 620. However, please note that Microsoft may change its exam format, number of questions, etc. For further details please visit official website here. EAP: Extensible Authentication Protocol. RIS: Remote Installation Services 1. Hardware Requirements for installing Windows 2000 Prof. Or Server: Hardware component Processor Memory HD space Display Network card CD ROM Drive Windows 2000 Professional Pentium/133MHz 64MB 640MB VGA or better Optional Required Windows 2000 Server/ Advanced Server Pentium/133MHz 256MB 1GB VGA or better Optional (Required if you are installing over the network). Required (unless loading from network)

2. In Windows 2000, if Passwords Must Meet Complexity Requirements setting is enabled; the password should contain at least one character from minimum 3 of the following 4 categories. 1. Lower case alphabetic characters 2. Upper case alphabetic characters 3. Numbers 4. Special characters 3. The standard Windows 2000 NTFS permissions that can be applied to files are given below: 1. Read: View the file's contents, attributes. 2. Read& execute: Users can read and execute the file 3. Write: Write, or append data to the file, view files attributes 4. Modify: Users can read, write, execute, and/or delete the file 5. Full Control: Users will have full control on the file. They can change the file permissions and take ownership of the file.

4. A Group Policy implemented on the local computer is known as "Local Group Policy". Local Group Policy files and folders are stored in the %systemroot%\System32\GroupPolicy folder. 5. Permissions: 1. User and Group share permissions are additive. The least restrictive permission will be the users effective permission. One exception to this is "No Access". If a group has "No Access" to a share, then a user, who is member of the group will not have access to the share; even if the user is give "Full Control". No Access takes precedence over others. 2. Microsoft Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer can be used for assigning Share and NTFS permissions. 6. If you want your computer to become a member of a domain, the computer should be connected over the network to the domain controller. Also, administrator privileges (that you need to supply login and password) are required for join a computer in the domain. A Windows 2000 computer can be made to join a domain at a latter time after installation. 7. Upgrade to Windows 2000: - Windows 95/98, Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0 WS can be upgraded to Windows 2000 Professional. You cant upgrade Windows 3.1 and Windows for workgroups to Windows 2000 Professional. If you need to install 2000 Prof. on Windows 3.x, you need to upgrade to Windows 95/98 or NT first, and then upgrade to 2000 Prof. It is easier to do a clean install of Windows 2000 on Windows 3.x machines. - When you want to upgrade you existing OS to Windows 2000, you need to ensure that you have software upgrade packs available. Some applications that run on previous versions of Windows may not run on Windows 2000. Effectively, you not only need to buy the upgrade to the OS, but also, the upgrades to the applications. An example is Adaptecs Easy CD creator version 3.x runs on Windows 98, but does not run on Windows 2000 Prof. You need to buy next version (4.x) to work on Windows 2000 OS. - You need to ensure the following before the upgrade: 1. The hardware is adequate for upgrading to Windows 2000 Professional 2. Also, check the hardware, software adequacy by running Winnt32.exe / checkupgradeonly. Note that the switch checkupgradeonly will output a report on the adequacy of hardware and software. It will also report, if any applications need upgrade packs. Upgrade packs must be obtained from respective application vendors, if available. If the software upgrade pack is not installed for any application, the application may become unusable. 3. While preparing for dual boot with Windows 2000 Professional, note the following points:

1. Windows 2000 must be installed on a separate volume. If a separate volume is not available, repartition the hard disk suitably, and reformat. You also need to take suitable backup. 2. If you want to have dual boot between Windows NT 4 and Windows 2000 as the only operating systems, ensure that Service Pack 4 is installed on Windows NT 4. This is required since Windows 2000 upgrades the NTFS to NTFS 5. NT4 requires Service Pack 4 to read and write to NTFS 5. 3. You must install Windows 2000 only after installing MS-DOS or Windows 95 to prevent MS-DOS or Windows 95. 8. Control Panel: - You can use Regional Options to support additional languages on your computer. With the support of additional languages, you will be able to edit documents written in those languages. You can also set locale specific to any region using this Option. - You use Scanners and Cameras to install device drivers for a new scanner or a digital camera. Once the Camera or Scanner is installed, you can use the Imaging application to initiate the transfer of images from your scanner or camera to your Windows 2000 computer. You can access the Imaging application through Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Imaging. - Add/ Remove Hardware is used to install new hardware. - An accessibility option is used to configure the keyboard, display, and mouse options on a computer to accommodate the users who are physically handicapped. - The Add/ Remove Programs is used to install / uninstall 3rd party software. This is also used for installing / uninstalling Windows 2000 optional components. - The system applet in the Control panel has five tabs. 1. General 2. Network Identification 3. Hardware 4. User Profiles 5. Advanced The Hardware tab allows us to 1. Install, uninstall, repair, unplug, eject, and configure the hardware

2. Driver Signing: Here you can indicate as to how to handle files that are not digitally signed. A digital signature is a tag that is imprinted on a file, digitally. 3. Device manager is tool that enables you to access the hardware devices installed in your computer, to configure, manage, and troubleshoot the same. 4. The Hardware tab also allows us to add a hardware profile to the computer. A hardware profile is a set of devices and their settings that Windows 2000 starts when we boot the computer. - Virtual memory size can be set by accessing Control Panel -> System -> Advanced tab. Total virtual memory available to your computer can be set by changing the available paging file size. Advanced tab is also used for setting the Application priority. By selecting the Application button, foreground programs are given more processor resources than the background programs. - You can use Start up and Recovery options in the Advanced tab of System applet to set the operating system that gets loaded by default, the time duration in seconds that the list of operating systems is displayed, etc. 9. Computers name or its workgroup or the domain membership can be changed using the Network Identification tab in the System Properties dialog box. You need to reboot your computer for the change to become effective. 10. Installation: - Windows 98 supports FAT (FAT16) and FAT32. It doesnt support NTFS file system. If you need to install 2000 Professional with Windows 98 on the same partition for dual boot, you can install either on the FAT file systems or on the FAT32 for dual boot. - You dont need to have a network card installed for successful installation of Windows 2000 Professional. You can use loop back adapter for this purpose and proceed with the installation. - When you install Windows 2000 in the same folder as that of Windows 95/ Windows 98/ Windows NT, the operating system gets upgraded to Windows 2000. - Blue screen messages are also called STOP messages. You will not be allowed to proceed, when a blue screen message appears. The most likely cause of blue screen messages are: 1. Boot sector virus 2. IRQ/ IO address conflicts. - Pressing F8 during boot process in Windows 2000 desk top bring up the following options:

1. Safe Mode 2. Safe Mode with Networking 3. Safe Mode with Command prompt 4. Enable Boot Logging 5. Enable VGA Mode 6. Last Known Good Configuration 7. Debugging Mode 8. Boot Normally 1. Safe Mode loads only the drivers necessary to get the desktop working. The drivers loaded with Safe Mode include mouse, monitor, keyboard, hard drive, and standard video driver. 2. Safe Mode with Networking is same as Safe Mode with networking enabled. 3. Safe Mode with Command Prompt option loads the command prompt instead of Windows 2000 graphical interface. 4. Enable VGA Mode option loads a standard VGA driver. This option is useful if you have any problem with a newly installed video driver, and revert to a standard VGA display. 5. Last Known Good Configuration enables the desktop to load the configuration that was stored when it was booted successfully last time. However, this option cant take care of any hardware related problems. 6. The Debugging Mode option runs the Kernel Debugger, if that utility is installed. 7. The Boot Normally is same as not pressing the F8 key. The Windows boots normally. 11. You can access Computer Management screen through: 1. MyComputer on Desk Top -> Right Click -> Manage 2. Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management System tools can be accessed through Computer Management screen. System tools contain the following: 1. Event Viewer

2. System Information 3. Performance logs 4. Device Manager 5. Shared folders 6. Local Users and Groups These are very useful tools to a system administrator. 12. File names can be 255 characters long on a FAT, FAT32, and NTFS file systems. 13. You use Disk Defragmenter to analyze and defragment disk volumes. 14. By default, Windows 2000 stores a users profile in the C:\Documents and Settings\ user_name folder on the computer the user logs on. When a new user logs on, his initial user profile is same as that of either the local, or domain-wide default user profile folder. The local default user profile folder is located in %root%\Documents and Settings. For example, if you have installed Windows 2000 in C drive, it is C:\Documents and Settings. 15. You can configure support for multiple displays on your Windows 2000 computer. This is done through the use of Control Panel -> Display -> Settings. A Windows 2000 computer can support up to ten display monitors at the same time. Use additional video cards as required. 16. Mandatory user profiles cant be modified and saved by a user. Though a user changes his environment during a logon session, the user profile is set back to the original profile the next time the user logs on. First creating a roaming user profile and then renaming the .Dat extension to .Man extension create a mandatory user profile. 17. You can't apply file level permissions on a FAT file system. Only NTFS allows file permissions. 18. If a user has "Write" NTFS permission to a file, and the file has "Read" attribute set, the attribute set to the file (or folder) takes precedence over the user permissions. 19. When a file is moved to a different NTFS volume, it inherits the NTFS permissions from the destination folder. 20. You can assign the following three printer permissions to users and groups: 1. Print: This permission allows a user to connect to a printer and send print jobs. By default, Everyone group is assigned this permission. 2. Manage Printers: A user with this permission, can print, pause, restart, and share the printer, change spooler settings and manage printer permissions.

3. Manage Documents: This permission allows a user to pause, resume, restart, and delete print jobs. By default, Creator Owner group is assigned the Manage Documents printer permission. Continued...Page 2

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<-- Previous Page <![endif]> 21. By default a printer is set to Always Available. However, you can choose Available from button and set the timings for the availability of the printer. To go to this option, Right click on the desired printer, select Properties, and then click on Advanced tab. You can also set the separator page in the Advanced tab. 22. To configure a standby print device, use Properties -> Ports Here you have two options: 1. To send documents to another printer on the same print server, click the port to which the other printer is assigned and then click OK 2. To send documents to a printer on a different print server, Click Add Port -> Local Port -> New Port. Type the name of the other print server and the share name of the shared printer in the form \\second_print_server\share_name 23. The various file systems supported by Windows 2000 are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. FAT: Also called FAT16, supported by all Microsoft Operating Systems. FAT32: Also supported by Win 95 OSR2 and Win98 NTFS: This is not supported by Win95/98 CDFS (Compact Disk File System, used to access CDs) UDF (Universal Disk Format, used to access DVDs)

24. Windows 2000 Operating systems support 5 different volume types: 1. Simple volumes 2. Spanned volumes

3. Striped volumes 4. Mirrored volumes 5. RAID-5 volumes A simple volume consists of a formatted disk on a single hard disk. A Spanned volume consists of disk space on more than one hard disk. A Striped volume has disk space on 2 or more disks. The disk spaces must be same on all disks. Fastest disk access among all volume types. RAID level 0. A mirrored volume consists of a Simple volume that is mirrored in total, onto a second dynamic disk. Provides highest level of fault tolerance. Mirroring is RAID level 1 A RAID-5 volume consists of identical sized disk space located on three or more dynamic disks. Here any single disk failures can be recovered. Windows 2000 Professional doesnt support Mirrored and RAID-5 volumes, where as other Windows 2000 Server Operating Systems (2000 Server, Advanced Server) support. 25. If you are creating a striped volume on a new Windows 2000 machine, it can only be created on dynamic disks. However, if you are upgrading a Windows NT computer to Windows 2000, any existing stripe set will be supported. 26. Fault tolerance boot disk is a floppy disk that enables you to boot a computer in the event that the first disk in a mirrored volume fails. Even if you mirror the installation folder in a Windows 2000 OS, you will not be able to boot because boot.ini points to the first volume. Therefore, you need to create a fault tolerance boot disk that contains an edited Boot.ini file that points to the mirrored volume. 27. You can use convert.exe command to change a FAT file system to an NTFS file system on a disk volume. 28. Roaming user profile retains its own customized desktop and work environment settings, irrespective of which Windows 2000 computer that a given user logs on. 29. The default Minimum password length is set to 0 characters. The password can be anywhere between 0 and 14 characters. Password length of 0 characters mean that there is no password or a blank password. 30. Disk quotas can only be used on NTFS volumes. This is because only NTFS volumes maintain ownership information on files and folders. Windows Explorer can be used to configure and monitor disk quotas.

31. The default permission for "Everyone" group on a Shared folder is "Full Control". Share permissions are applied only to folders created on FAT (FAT32) partitions. 32. When both Share and NTFS permissions are applied, the most restrictive permissions will apply. 33. If you choose Print Directly to the Printer option in the Advanced tab of the Printer Properties, the spooler is bypassed. The document goes directly to the printer. This option can be used to check whether the spooler is corrupt. 34. Disk Management is used to create, manage, and delete simple volumes, spanned volumes, mirrored volumes, striped, and stripe set with parity volumes. Disk Administrator is NT 4 tool and is not available in Windows 2000. 35. By renaming ntuser.dat to ntuser.man, you can assign a mandatory profile to any specific user. To have a uniform looking desktop environment, an administrator can assign mandatory roaming user profile to multiple user accounts. 36. You can rename the Guest and Admin accounts, so that it will be difficult to guess the user name. 37. Print Services for Unix must be installed before adding a Unix printer to a Windows 2000 computer. Further, when you add a Unix printer, it must be assigned LPR port. The Unix server that connects to the print device runs LPD. When you are installing the LPR port, you will be prompted to provide the name or IP address of the Unix computer to which print device is attached. 38. When you install Peer Web Services (PWS) on a Windows 2000 Professional computer, FTP, HTTP, and SMTP services get installed. 39. Diskperf command controls the types of counters that can be viewed using System Monitor. - The syntax for setting the system to start both physical and logical disk performance counters when the system is restarted is - diskperf -y \\computername - -(none) o Reports whether disk performance counters are enabled on the local or specified computer and identifies the counters enabled: for physical drives, logical drives, or both. - -y

o Sets the system to start both physical and logical disk performance counters when the system is restarted. - computername o Specifies the computer on which you want to see or set disk performance counter use. If a computer name is not specified, the local computer is assumed. 40. You can use System Monitor as well as Task Manager to monitor Processor and Memory usage on your computer. 41. Windows Update is a catalog of items such as drivers, patches, the latest help files, and Internet products that you can download to keep your computer up to date. You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to access the Product Updates section of Windows Update for downloading help files. 42. You create an ERD by choosing Choose Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Backup. Click on the Emergency Repair button. Provide a blank 31/2 inch Floppy Disk when prompted. Note that in NT, you can create ERD by typing RDISK command. This command is not available in Windows 2000. 43. WINS and LMHOSTS file resolve NetBIOS names to IP addresses, whereas DNS and HOSTS file resolve FQDN to IP addresses. 44. Placing the paging file on different physical disks is optimal. This will improve faster access to the Paging file, and also distribute the load. 45. Some of the important System Monitor counters are: 1. Memory>Available Mbytes: measures the amount of physical memory that is available. Typically > 4MB. If less than 4 MB, consider adding more memory. 2. Memory>Pages/Sec: Shows the number of times that the disk has been accessed, because requested information was not available in memory. If the value of the counter is not below 20, you should add more memory. A value of 4 or 5 is typical. 3. Paging File>%Usage: Indicates the % of allocated page file utilization. Should be less than 99%. 4. Processor>%Processor Time: measure the time that the processor is busy. Should be typically less than 80% 5. Processor>Interrupts/Sec: Indicates the average number of hardware interrupts that the processor receives each second. If more than 3,500, you can suspect a program or faulty hardware. 6. PhysicalDisk>%Disk Time: Measures the amount of time that the physical disk is busy servicing read or write requests. If more than 90%, you can improve the performance by adding another disk channel. 7. PhysicalDisk>%Current Disk Queue Length: indicates the number of pending disk requests that need to be processed. The value should be less than 2. The disk

problems might arise from less memory, resulting in usage of excessive paging. Ensure that the memory is sufficient before attending to the disk problem. 8. LogicalDisk > %Free Space counter: Indicates the amount of logical disks free disk space. Typical value is 10% or above. 46. By default, you can start recovery console using, 1. The Windows 2000 Professional Setup Disks 2. From the CD ROM drive using Windows 2000 Professional CD (if the CD ROM drive is bootable). Also, you can have Recovery Console as a start up option by typing \i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons at the command prompt, after switching to the CD ROM drive letter. 47. Recovery Console allows you to: - Start and stop services, format drives, read and write data on a local drive (including drives formatted to use NTFS). The Recovery Console is very useful if you need to repair your system by copying a file from a floppy disk or CD-ROM to your hard drive, or if you need to reconfigure a service that is preventing your computer from starting properly. You must be an administrator to use the Recovery Console. 48. TCP/IP protocol stack is installed by default when you install Windows 2000 on a computer. 49. The Advantages of VPN are: 1. VPN allows corporations to reduce costs for long distance call using RAS and over long distance phone lines 2. Because the ISP supports complex communications hardware configurations, a network administrator at the Corporations office is free to centrally manage user accounts at the remote access server. 3. Because the most common network protocols (including TCP/IP, IPX , and NetBEUI) are supported, you can remotely run any application dependent upon these particular network protocols. 4. IP Address Security: Because the VPN is encrypted, the addresses you specify are protected, and the Internet only sees the external IP address. 5. Enhanced Security: The connection over the Internet is encrypted and secure. 50. IIS: - To install Internet Information Services: i. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel and start the Add/Remove Programs application.

ii. Select Add/Remove Windows Components and then follow the onscreen instructions to install, remove, or add components to IIS. 51. Task scheduler can be used to automate the scheduled tasks. 52. The Windows 2000 Performance tool is composed of two parts: 1. System Monitor, and 2. Performance Logs and Alerts. With System Monitor, you can collect and view real-time data about memory, disk, processor, network, and other activity in chart (graph), histogram, or report form. By using Performance Logs and Alerts you can configure logs to record performance data and also to set system alerts so that you are notified when a specified counter's value is above or below a defined threshold.

53. Recovery console: To use the Recovery Console from Windows 2000 Professional Setup Disks, 1. Insert the Windows 2000 Professional Setup Disk 1 (3.5-inch) into your disk drive or, if you have a bootable CD-ROM drive, insert the Windows 2000 Professional CD into your CD-ROM drive. 2. Restart your computer. 3. Follow the instructions on the screen. Choose the option to repair your Windows 2000 installation, and then the option to start the Recovery Console. Note: You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to use recovery console. Recovery console can also be configured as a start up option. To configure the Recovery Console as a startup option: 1. With Windows running, insert the Windows 2000 Professional CD into your CD-ROM drive. 2. Click No if prompted to upgrade to Windows 2000. 3. At the command prompt, change to your CD-ROM drive, and then type the following: \i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons

4. Once the Recovery Console is installed as a start up option, it will be


displayed as a startup option during start-up. 5. You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to complete this procedure.

54. You can use both Ping Localhost and Ping 127.0.0.1 to see whether the TCP/IP stack is installed properly. Ipconfig is used to obtain the TCP/IP configuration information, such as the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway etc. on the local computer. 55. Any computer that uses SMB protocol can support offline files and folders. All Microsoft Operating systems support this feature. 56. You can use both Ping Localhost and Ping 127.0.0.1 (dont put double quotes) to see whether the TCP/IP stack is installed properly. Ipconfig is used to obtain the TCP/IP configuration information, such as the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway etc. on the local computer. 57. The various options available with Ipconfig for managing DHCP are: 1. Ipconfig /all Produces complete details. Without this switch, 'ipconfig' displays only the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway values for each network card. 2. Ipconfig /renew [adapter] Renews DHCP configuration parameters. This option is available only on systems running the DHCP Client service. 3. Ipconfig /release [adapter] Releases the current DHCP configuration. This option disables TCP/IP on the local system and is available only on DHCP clients. 4. To specify an adapter name, type the adapter name that appears when you use 'ipconfig' without parameters. 58. To map a network drive letter to a share, we use the command NET USE. The correct command syntax is net use Z:\\Server01\Myfiles. 59. Computer Management -> Shared Folders can be used to view some very useful information like, - Shares information: Here you can see all of the shares that have been configured on the computer. - Session Information: Allows you to see username, computer name etc that has connected to a share currently - Open Files: Allow you to see currently opened files

60. You can use the View tab in Folder Options applet in the Control Panel to show / hide files and folders that have Hidden attribute set. You can also use Windows Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View tab.

61. To find the effective NTFS permissions, you add up all the permissions given to different groups that a user is member of, and remove all entries with Deny permissions (if any). In other words, if any user or group is denied access to a file or folder, it overrides any Allow permissions. 62. In Windows 2000 Professional, the default permissions for a subfolders or files are inherited from the parent folder. Compare this with Windows NT 4 where, any subfolder newly created will not inherit any permission from the parent folder. Only files created will inherit permissions from the folder. 63. Compression and encryption: If you encrypt a folder on an NTFS volume, all files and subfolder created the encrypted folder are automatically encrypted. Therefore, it is recommended that you use encryption at the parent folder level. Also note that you cant encrypt a file or folder that is compressed. If you want to encrypt a file or folder that is compressed, you need to first decompress the file or folder and then encrypt. Only NTFS volumes support file or folder encryption. 64. Windows 2000 provides two versions of Registry Editor 1. Regedt32.exe (32-bit) and 2. Regedit.exe (16-bit). Regedt32.exe is automatically installed in the systemroot\system32 folder, while Regedit.exe is automatically installed in the systemroot folder. Regedit.exe is primarily used for its search capabilities, as it doesnt support all functions and data types.

65. Disk Quotas: 1. To support disk quotas, a disk volume must be formatted with the version of NTFS used in Windows 2000. Volumes formatted with the version of NTFS used in Windows NT 4.0 are upgraded automatically by Windows 2000 Setup. 2. To administer quotas on a volume, you must be a member of the Administrators group on the computer where the drive resides.

3. File compression does not affect quota statistics. In other words, if a user is allowed 10MB of disk space, he or she can store a total of 10MB of files / folder irrespective of whether the files / folders are compressed or not. 4. If a user A takes ownership of a file copied to an NTFS volume by another user B, the user A's action causes the disk space occupied by the file to be charged against the user A's quota limit. 66. RIS server is used to deploy Windows 2000 Professional over the network. RIS requires Windows 2000 networks that use DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. A Remote Installation Services (RIS) Server can support any of the following two types of images:

1. A CD-based image that contains the Windows 2000 Professional operating system any other files required. 2. An RIPrep (Remote Installation Preparation) image that is a full copy of the Windows 2000 operating system and applications. 67. A RIS client computer must support one of the following configurations: 1. PXE compliant boot ROM 2. RIS boot disk with supporting Network adaptor card. 68. rbfg.exe, RISETUP, sysprep, deploy.cab, and .sif: 1. rbfg.exe: To create RIS boot disk, on a Windows 2000 Professional computer, run the command \\ris_server\reminst\admin\i386\rbfg.exe to create RIS boot disk. 2. RISETUP: RISETUP command is used to configure the RIS server with a CD based image after the installation of RIS. 3. Sysprep: You can install Windows 2000 Professional by using the System Preparation Tool. Sysprep is used to prepare the disk image for the disk duplication. 4. Deploy: The System Preparation Tool is included on the Windows 2000 Professional CD in the file: \Support\Tools\Deploy.cab. 5. Answer files for RIS installations end with a .sif extension. 69. The services that are required to be running on the RIS server or accessible to the RIS server as below:

1. A DHCP server, used to assign IP addresses, 2. A Domain Name Server (DNS), and 3. The Active Directory. 70. On a Windows 2000 Professional computer, you can configure the number of users accessing a Share between 1 and 10 (10 max limit). 71. Sysprep.inf is required to fully or partially automate the installation process on the target computer. To run sysprep, you need to have the following files in the folder C:\sysprep folder of the master computer: 1. Sysprep.inf 2. Setupc1.exe 3. Sysprep.exe 72. The default spool folder is located at: Systemroot\System32\spool\printers. For example, if the OS is residing on C drive, the default location will be: C:\\WINNT\System32\spool\printers. You can access this location through: Start -> Printers -> File -> Server Properties -> Advanced tab. Type in the new spool location over the default location. 73. To insert a new file extension, you use Windows explorer, and select the application. Then, Tools -> Folder Option -> File Types. Configure the extension appropriately. 74. To connect a USB device, ensure that 1. The computer supports USB. 2. The USB should be enabled in the BIOS. 75. Sysprep can be run on: 1. Windows 2000 Professional 2. Windows 2000 Server Sysprep cant run on Windows 2000 Server Domain Controllers.

76. An encrypted file copied to another NTFS Share remains encrypted. 77. Power Users on a Windows 2000 Professional computer can: 1. Run legacy applications in addition to Windows 2000 certified applications. 2. Install programs that do not modify operating system files or install system services. 3. Customize system-wide resources including Printers, Date/Time, and other Control Panel resources. 4. Create and manage local user accounts and groups. 5. Stop and start system services, which are not started by default. Power Users do not have access to the data of other users on an NTFS volume.