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Chapter 0100:  New Technology

“Let me see something tomorrow which I never saw before.”
-- Samuel Johnson

 

Chapter Objectives

The objective of this chapter is to provide the reader with an understanding of the following:

Booting:

  • Navigation

  • Control Panel

  • Memory swap files

File structure review:

  • Disk Administrator

  • Printing

  • Maintenance/Clean up Utilities

  • Task Manager

  • Command Line Differences

  • Networking

  • Profiles

RAS Remote Access Service

  • Running RAS

  • Upgrading / Installation requirements

  • Installation process

  • NT Requirements

  • Dr. Watson

  • Overcoming Challenges

 

Getting Ready - Questions

1. The actual physical printer attached to an NT machine is called the:

A. Print device

B. Printer

C. Laserjet

D. Output device


 

2. Which of the following is NOT a file required for NT to boot:

A. NTDETECT

B. COMMAND.COM

C. BOOT.INI

D. NTLDR


 

3. DRWTSN32 is the command which:

A. Finds hidden files

B. Allows the system to record information about errors

C. Finds and fixes bugs in programs

D. Looks for large files


 

4. The “Launch folders in separate memory” option for Explorer might be used to:

A. Reduce the amount of memory taken by Explorer

B. Provide more reliability, so that problems in one window don’t affect others

C. Reduce the amount of screen space taken by multiple Explorer windows open at the same time

D. Allow different users to use Explorer at the same time


 

5. To adjust the size of the swap file in NT, you would go to:

A. Control Panel

B. Settings -> Memory

C. Disk Administrator

D. System Manager

 

 

 


 

 

Getting Ready - Answers

1. The actual physical printer attached to an NT machine is called the:

A. Print device

B. Printer

C. Laserjet

D. Output device


 

2. Which of the following is NOT a file required for NT to boot:

A. NTDETECT

B. COMMAND.COM

C. BOOT.INI

D. NTLDR


 

3. DRWTSN32 is the command which:

A. Finds hidden files

B. Allows the system to record information about errors

C. Finds and fixes bugs in programs

D. Looks for large files


 

4. The “Launch folders in separate memory” option for Explorer might be used to:

A. Reduce the amount of memory taken by Explorer

B. Provide more reliability, so that problems in one window don’t affect others

C. Reduce the amount of screen space taken by multiple Explorer windows open at the same time

D. Allow different users to use Explorer at the same time


 

5. To adjust the size of the swap file in NT, you would go to:

A. Control Panel

B. Settings -> Memory

C. Disk Administrator

D. System Manager

 

 

 

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