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B.Restart the computer by using a Windows XP Professional CD-ROM. Run the Recovery Console by usingthe fixboot command.C.Restart the computer in Safe Mode. Run System Restore, specifying a System Restore point that wascreated prior to the changes made by the user.D.Restart the computer in Safe Mode. Run the drwtsn32 command to diagnose program errors.Correct Answer:C
Section: (none)ExplanationExplanation/Reference:QUESTION 17You are a desktop support technician for your company. A user reports that he is unable to modify the TCP/IPsettings for his Windows XP Professional computer. You confirm that the company allows this user to modifythese settings and to perform other administrative tasks on his computer.You need to ensure that the user can modify the settings. You need to provide the user with only thecapabilities or permissions that are needed to achieve this goal.What should you do?A.Ask an administrator to add the user's domain user account to the domain's Administrators group.B.Ask an administrator to add the user's domain user account to the computer's local Administrators group.C.Instruct the user to run the Windows XP Recovery Console and to log on by using his domain user account.D.Instruct the user to run the runas command to open a command prompt window, and then to run the netshcommand.Correct Answer:BSection: (none)ExplanationExplanation/Reference:QUESTION 18You work as the network administrator at Certkiller .com. The Certkiller .com network consists of a single ActiveDirectory domain named Certkiller .com. All servers on the Certkiller .com network run Windows Server 2003and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.You configure your portable computer to use Windows XP Professional as well.Which of the following power schemes can help you conserve power while having the monitor always on?A.The Always On power scheme.B.The Home Office/Desk power scheme.C.The Max Battery power scheme.D.The Portable/Laptop power scheme.E.The Presentation power scheme.Correct Answer:ESection: (none)ExplanationExplanation/Reference:Explanation:With this option the monitor is always on whether unit is plugged in or running on batteries. However, the rest ofthe system is kept active only while plugged in.QUESTION 19You work as the network administrator at Certkiller .com. The Certkiller .com network consists of a single ActiveDirectory domain named Certkiller .com. All servers on the Certkiller .com network run Windows Server 2003and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.The Certkiller .com users in the Sales department take their portable computers to a conference room for a
weekly meeting. Because these meetings can last a long time, the users need a simple method to manuallyplace their computers in a low-power state. They also need their computers to start as quickly as possible.

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