You are the desktop administrator for your company. Your company has recently decided to upgrade ten Windows 2000 Professional computers to Windows XP Professional.
You create a network share called XPpro on Server1 with the Windows XP installation files. You want to make sure that the most recent device drivers are used during the installation. You download the dynamic update file and extract it to the Updates share on Server1.
You want to install Windows XP from the network and use the most updated drivers from the network share. What should you do? (Choose two. Each correct choice is part of the correct solution.)
A. Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt32.exe. B. Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt32 /duprepare://Server1/Updates. C. Run //Server1/Updates/Update.exe -s://Server1/XPpro. D. Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt32 /dushare://Server1/Updates. E. Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt /duprepare://Server1/XPpro.
Run //server1/xppro/winnt32 /duprepare://server1/updates. -2. run //server1/xppro/winnt32 /dushare://server1/updates. -use the /duprepare and /dushare switches with the winnt32 command to perform an installation of windows xp professional from a network share using dynamic updates downloaded from microsoft. for example, if tiffany had downloaded the dynamic updates and extracted them to the \\\\server1\\updates share, she would do the following to install windows xp:run \\\\server1\\xppro\\winnt32 /duprepare:\\\\server1\\updates to ready the files for use. run \\\\server1\\xppro\\winnt32 /dushare:\\\\server1\\updates to start the installation with the downloaded update files. the /dudisable switch prevents the dynamic update from occurring. the update.exe command and the -s switch are not required because you are not slipstreaming a service pack. you also do not need to specify a source for the installation files when running winnt32 from the \\\\server1\\xppro share (that would use the /s switch).