Read and accept the licensing agreement.
Select Setup Windows XP Professional from the installation CD.
Start the computer from CD.
Partition and format the hard drive.
Select a partition on the hard drive for the installation.
The client for Microsoft Networks
Configuring a Static IP address
File Sharing and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
The Answer File Wizard
The UDF Wizard
The Setup Manager Wizard
The Setup Configuration Wizard
The AutoInstall Wizard
Restart the computer.
Remove the device driver you updated and reinstall it.
Roll back the device driver you installed to the previous driver.
Using the Add Hardware Wizard, remove and reinstall the hardware with the updated device driver.
Verify that the device driver was signed by Microsoft and reinstall it.
The Device Manager can identify resource conflicts.
The Device Manager will identify out-of-date drivers.
The Device Manager can identify devices that are not functioning.
The Device Manager will remove identify and remove conflicting devices.
The Device Manager can disable suspect devices.
The volume label
The used and available disk space.
Compression that's been applied to the drive.
Whether the drive should be indexed.
Purchase a larger primary disk drive for the user.
Create a mount point on the C drive to allow the user to save her files there.
Purchase removable media for the user.
Create a mount point for a storage volume on a different drive.
Use compression to reduce the amount of disk space needed for files.
Once you have converted an NTFS file volume to FAT32, it cannot be returned to an NTFS volume.
Once you have converted a FAT32 file system to NTFS, you may not convert it back to FAT32 without reformatting the volume.
The NTFS file system is preferred for all dual booting systems.
The NTFS file systm is supported by Windows 95.
The NTFS file system is supported by Windows 98
Compressing a folder does not automatically compress the files within it.
Encrypted files cannot be compressed.
To change the compression state of a file, the user must have write permissions for the file.
When a compressed file is copied to a compressed folder, the copied file is decompressed.
When the user requests a compressed file, he must also request that the system uncompress it.
Use the /maxmem:n switch in the boot.ini to indicate how much memory should be loaded. The computer will report discrepancies when it reboots.
Use the /installmem:n switch in the computer. The computer will report how much memory is installed in the computer.
Open the computer. Remove and reinstall the memory modules. Reboot to see if you're still having problems.
Locate the suspected chip, based on how much memory the computer is reporting. Install that module into Slot 0 to see if the computer boots.
Use the /memcheck switch in the boot.ini file. The computer verify that each memory location is accessible and report.
Back up your system prior to making changes and restore it if your changes don't work.
Install the recovery console from CD-ROM. Type \i386\winnt32.exe cmdcons
Boot your system from CD and make your configuration changes. Then reboot from the hard disk.
Install the recovery console from CD-ROM. Type \ia64\winnt32.exe cmdcons
Boot into safe mode and undo your configuration changes. Restart the computer.
Log on as the local administrator. Modify the Default User profile to include the desired programs in the start menu and assign the modified profile to all local users.
Create a mandatory user profile that includes the desired programs in the Start menu. Assign this profile to all users of this system.
Right-click Start and select User Start Menu Preferences. Create a folder and add programs or shortcuts.
Right-click Start and select Customize All Users. Create a folder and add programs or shortcuts.
Right click Start and click Open All Users. Create a folder and add programs or shortcuts.
A host name is assigned to the computer by the local name server.
Ping must have a host name in order to work properly.
A host can have more than one name.
A server may only have one unique hostname.
The NETBIOS name of a host changes when the host name changes.
Extensions to the Microsoft Management Console are called plug-ins.
The Microsoft Management Console provides a standard way to create, save and open administrative tools.
Consoles can only be stored locally.
The Microsoft Management Console provides management functions for computers running Windows XP Professional.
Within the Microsoft Management Console are administrative tools, also called snap-ins.
The paging file should reside on the boot disk.
The paging file should reside somewhere on the same physical disk as the operating system.
The paging file should reside on the same partition as the OS.
The paging file should reside on a disk that does not contain the operating system.
The paging file should be kept on a dynamic volume.