It is designed for educational institutions.
It is designed for companies that provide hosting services to other organizations.
It is designed to include Microsoft Office, desktop operating system and client access licenses.
It is designed to allows the user to pay a discounted fee for products used based on a 3 year forecast.
It allows 16-bit applications to run only.
It allows 32-bit applications to run only.
It allows 16-bit and 32-bit applications to run.
It does not allow non-64-bit applications to run.
It is used to create a new user in the Active directory.
It is used to delete an existing group in Active directory.
It is used to reset the password of an existing user in Active Directory.
It is used to create a new OU( Organizational Unit) in Active Directory.
Routers do not support classfull addressing.
Routers recognize that 192.168.1.1 is a private IP address.
Routers don’t forward packets originates from class C addresses.
Routers don’t forward packets from this IP address because of wrong subnet mask.
The size of the host portion is 8 bits.
The size of the host portion is 16 bits.
The size of the network portion is 21 bits.
The size of the network portion is 24 bits.
Increase the total number of hosts in a network.
Using a single class A, B or C network across multiple physical locations.
Reduce network congestion by segmenting traffic and reducing broadcasts on each segment.
Overcome limitations of exceeding the maximum number of hosts that each segment can accommodate.
Internet Consortium for Assigned Names and Numbers.
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
Internet Community for Automatic Names and Numbers.
Internet Consultation for Auto-generation of Names and Numbers.
It is the only way to resolve the hostnames.
All newer server operating systems require WINS.
WINS works well in a multi-platform network environment.
Users may rely on Network Neighborhood or My Network Places features on windows operating system.
It is same as the IP address.
It is used for the loop-back testing.
It is the address of the administrator’s computer.
It is part of the IP address information a host receive from the DHCP server.
File Service role.
Web Service role.
Telnet Service role.
DHCP Service role.
Remote File Services.
Distributed File System.
Distributed Server Manager.
Internet Printing role.
Server Manager console.
Print Management Console.