You work as a network administrator at CERT killer .com. CERT killer .com has 100 Windows 98 clients, 125 Windows XP clients, and one Windows 2000 server. DHCP is not use on the network. A second server is added to the network. You configure the new server to provide WINS and remove WINS from the existing server. What must you do next to ensure the network remains fully operational?
A. Update the LMHOSTS file on each client. B. Update each Windows 98 client with the WINS server address. C. Update the DNS server with the host name and IP address of the WINS server. D. Do nothing. The network is fully operational.
Update each windows 98 client with the wins server address.-wins is responsible for netbios name to ip address resolution for windows 9x computers. we have changed the wins server; therefore the windows 98 clients need to be updated with the address of the new wins server.incorrect answers:a: the lmhosts file serves the same function as wins. configuring both on the network would be a waste of administrative resources.c: dns is responsible for fully qualified domain name to ip address resolution for dns capable clients. windows 98 is not dns capable as it uses netbios names and not fully qualified domain names. windows 98 requires wins.d: wins is responsible for netbios name to ip address resolution for windows 9x computers. we have changed the wins server; therefore the windows 98 clients need to be updated with the address of the new wins server.references:david groth and toby skandier, network+ study guide (4th edition), sybex, alameda ca, 2005, pp. 136-142, 144.