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Author(s): Scott St. Pierre
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No. of items: 250
Rating: 3.5 (out of 5)
Last updated: Aug 26, 2000
 
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250 questions to review and cram for the Microsoft Exam 70-067 Windows NT Server 4.0 Certification. The 70-067 exam earns you an MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) or is one of four core exams towards your MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Engineer).
 
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Q: A company has a direct connection to the Internet. Which RAS protocol would be selected to enable a secure data transport from remote Internet users?
A: Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)

Q: Which of the following commands is used to check the status of a print job on a UNIX based system?
Q: LFN
Q: LPD
Q: LPR
Q: LPQ
A: LPQ

Q: You forget your NT Server administrator password, how can it be recovered?
A: Use the Emergency Repair Disk and perform a repair

Q: You copy a directory from an NTFS partition to a FAT partition. How are file names and file permissions affected?
A: Long file names are retained
A: File permissions are discarded

Q: You have a Windows NT Client/Server application which you would like to connect to a Novell NetWare Server. What is required on the NT machine?
A: NWLink Only

 
 
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