A+ Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC

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REVIEWING THE BASICS 1. List the three types of user accounts used by Windows Vista. 2. List the four types of user accounts used by Windows XP. 3. Which Windows console is used to create a new user group? 4. What is the term Windows XP uses to describe sharing files when no control is allowed over who has access to a shared file? 5. What type of permission does a folder receive from its parent folder? 6. What type of permissions must be given so that a folder can be shared on the network? 7. If a folder has ten subfolders, what is the easiest way to change the permissions for all ten folders? 8. What two services must be running under Windows XP to share folders on the network? 9. If you are having a problem changing the permissions of a folder that was created by another user, what can you do to help solve the problem? 10. A shared folder whose name ends with a $ is called a ____. 11. When is it possible to use administrative shares?
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12. What can you do so that you can use file and folder encryption with a volume
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ITSC 1425 taught by Professor Bush during the Summer '10 term at Dallas Colleges.

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CH20REVIEW - REVIEWING THE BASICS 1. List the three types...

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