Chapter 17 – Hardware Support A+

On the IE General tab you can block cookies.

True or False

False
The default value of the security level in IE is Medium-high.

True or False

True
To use Remote Desktop, the computer you access remotely can be running Windows 8 Home Edition or Windows 8.1 Professional.

True or False

False
When a user logs on to a Windows 7 computer using Remote Desktop, users that are logged on locally are unaffected.

True or False

False
If a Windows computer belongs to a domain, all security is managed by the network administrator for the entire network.

True or False

True
What task can’t be performed from the IE General tab?

change the home page
disable file downloads
delete browsing history
manage the IE cache

disable file downloads
What port is utilized by the Remote Desktop service?

22
23
3389
1729

3389
What kind of a computer intercepts requests that a browser makes of a server and can cache received content?

DNS server
VPN server
proxy server
Web server

proxy server
Which of the following is NOT true about Remote Desktop?

-the client can be running any version of Windows 7
-by default all users can access Remote Desktop
-Windows firewall can block Remote Desktop connections
-you can start the remote desktop client using the mstsc command

by default all users can access Remote Desktop
If you want to be able to power up a computer remotely, what feature should you use?

QoS
RDP
RemoteApp
Wake-on LAN

Wake-on LAN
Regarding the use of Group Policy, what statement is NOT accurate?

-policies can be applied to a computer
-all policies are applied before the logon screen appears
-Group Policy is available in Windows Professional edition
-you can set the QoS level for an application using Group Policy

all policies are applied before the logon screen appears
What statement about controlling access to folders and files is accurate?

-permissions refer to the tasks an account is allowed to do in the system
-account configuration should keep in mind the principle of highest privilege
-rights are assigned to accounts
-in Windows, accounts have no rights assignments until you configure them

rights are assigned to accounts
What statement about user accounts and groups is NOT true?

-a user account can belong to only one group at a time
-by default, standard users accounts belong to the Users group
-Guest group has limited rights on the system
-Backup Operators group can restore any files regardless of the group’s permissions to those files

a user account can belong to only one group at a time
When attempting to access a remote computer on which your user name and password do not exist, what user group will you be placed in?

Administrators
Guests
Backup Operators
Anonymous users

Anonymous users
To which group does Windows give access to folders that you create which are not part of your user profile?

Power Users
Guests
Authenticated Users
Anonymous Users

Authenticated Users
When all users on a network require the same access to all resources, what type of network model should you use?

Domain
Homegroup
Workgroup
Guestgroup

Homegroup
When working with a workgroup, what statement is accurate regarding which folders to use to hold shared data?

-private data for each user should be kept in their C:Users folder
-all users have access to the folders in the C:Users folder
-C:UsersPublic should only be used by the Guess account
-only Administrators and Guest have access to C:UsersPublic

private data for each user should be kept in their C:Users folder
What type of permission should you set to control access to files and folders by local and network users?

-sharing on FAT32 volumes only
-NTFS on NTFS volumes only
-NTFS on exFAT or NTFS volumes
-sharing on NTFS or exFAT volumes

NTFS on NTFS volumes only
What command launches the Remote Desktop client for Windows?

rdp
rdesktop
vnc
mstsc

mstsc
When utilizing both share and NTFS permissions, what statement is inaccurate?

-if both permissions are used, the least restrictive permission between the two applies
-if NTFS permissions conflict between a user and group the least restrictive permission applies
-when you copy a file, the file takes on the permissions of the destination folder
-inherited permissions pass from parent folder to child file or folder

if both permissions are used, the least restrictive permission between the two applies
When mapping a drive, you can type in the path to the shared folder on the host computer. What is the syntax for the path?

\sharedfolderserver
serversharedfolder
\serversharedfolder
/sharedfolder/server

\serversharedfolder
What is a valid reason for wanting to configure a proxy server in Internet Explorer?

-to increase the security of the connection
-to connect to secured websites on a corporate network VPN
-to improve website performance
-to surf anonymously

to connect to secured websites on a corporate network VPN
Windows 10 features what new web browser, which is designed to replace Internet Explorer?

Microsoft Spartan
Microsoft Slim
Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Plus

Microsoft Edge
What protocol must be supported by routers in order to utilize Remote Assistance Easy Connect?

SMTP
PNRP
SNMP
LDAP

PNRP
User accounts that are issued a temporary user profile that is deleted when the user signs out are members of what group?

Administrators group
Backup Operators group
Power Users group
Guests group

Guests group
What two applications are an example of a mail server and a mail client application, respectively?

Exchange
Maverick
Outlook
Firefox

Exchange
Outlook
What NTFS permissions should you assign if the user should be able to create folders and files and open files to read data, but not delete files? (Choose all that apply.)

Full control
Read
execute
Write

Read
Write
When using Group Policy to configure QoS, what options are available? (Choose all that apply.)

-the priority is a number from 0 to 63
-outbound traffic can be throttled
-you must choose a specific application to apply the policy
-you can choose the protocol (either IP or ICMP) for the policy

the priority is a number from 0 to 63
outbound traffic can be throttled
Which of the following are true about NTFS permissions? (Choose all that apply.)

-inherited permissions override explicit permissions
-when a subfolder is created, it is assigned the permissions of its parent folder
-it is not possible to change the owner of a file
-if NTFS permissions conflict locally, the more liberal permission applies

when a subfolder is created, it is assigned the permissions of its parent folder
if NTFS permissions conflict locally, the more liberal permission applies
What are the two most popular web server applications?

Nginx
Tomcat
Apache
IIS

Apache
IIS