Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Choose two.A. UABCrade the current operating system with Windows 2000 (with service pack 3 or later),Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003. B. Create an additional 150MB of hard disk space. C. Replace the current processor with an Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent processor. D. Add 128MB of additional RAM. Answer: A,BExplanation: QUESTION NO: 91 John works as a Help Desk Technician in ABC.com. The company's network is configured as aMicrosoft 70-272 ExamBrainDumps.com49
workgroup. All computers have Windows XP Professional installed. One of the users prefers touse a keyboard instead of a mouse to perform his tasks. He complains to John that multiple keycombinations do not work if he presses a combination of keys one key at a time, though thecombination works if all the keys are pressed simultaneously. He wants to configure his computerso that he may not have to press multiple keys simultaneously when he uses the keycombinations.Which of the following accessibility options will he use to accomplish the task?A. Enable FilterKeys B. Enable StickyKeys C. Disable StickyKeys D. Enable ToggleKeys Answer: BExplanation: QUESTION NO: 92 John works as a Network Administrator in ABC.com. All computers of the company's network areusing a domain and have Windows XP Professional installed. One of the users of the networkcomplains to John that his computer is unable to access the company's intranet Web server onanother subnet. He wants to verify the default gateway the computer is configured with. Which ofthe following commands will John use to resolve the issue?A. TRACERT B. PING C. PATHPING D. IPCONFIG Answer: DExplanation: QUESTION NO: 93 John works as a Network Administrator in ABC.com. He has Windows XP Professional installedon his computer. He complains to the Technical Support Executive that he is unable to view theAdministrative Tools on the Start menu. He frequently needs to use the Computer Managementtool, and he has to open it always from the Control Panel. He wants the tools to be displayed onthe Start menu. What will he do to resolve the issue?Each correct answer represents a part of the solution. Choose two.A. Open the Start Menu tab page in the Taskbar And Start Menu Properties dialog box, and clickthe Customize button. In the Customize Classic Start Menu dialog box, select the DisplayMicrosoft 70-272 ExamBrainDumps.com50
Favorites check box in the Advanced Start Menu Options section, and click the OK button. B. Open the Start Menu tab page in the Taskbar And Start Menu Properties dialog box, click theCustomize button, open the Advanced tab page in the Customize Start Menu dialog box, selectthe Display on the All Program menu and the Start menu radio button in the System AdministrativeTools section, and click the OK button (For Windows XP Start menu).