The keys in each file must match for the value to be used.
If the keys match, either value can be used.
No value is set. The user will be prompted for the correct value.
The value in the Answer file is used.
The value in the UDF is used.
Run the Device Driver Update Wizard. Select the device you would like to update. Download the driver and run the Add Hardware Wizard.
Sign on as the domain administrator. On the Start Menu, Click All Programs > Windows Update.
On the Start Menu, Click All Programs > Windows Update.
Sign on as the local administrator. Open the Device Manager. Run the Update Device Driver Wizard.
Start the Device Manager. Open the Properties of the Device to update. Run the Update Device Driver Wizard.
Removable storage devices.
Parallel and COM port devices
Convert the dynamic disk to a basic disk prior to moving it.
Back up the disk before moving it.
Change the existing disk group name to match the new disk group name before you move it.
You should never move a dynamic disk with a boot volume to another system with dynamic disks.
Disable the boot volume before you move the disk.
Upgrading the application.
Running the SoftwareCompatibility Advisor.
Checking the Microsoft Knowledgebase.
Reinstalling Windows XP Professional.
Reinstalling the application.
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP 5
Windows NT 3.51
The user will need to restore their preferences.
The applications on the target computer will need to be reinstalled.
All user data will be preserved.
All previously existing data on the target computer will be erased.
The Default User profile must be created.
The NTFS file system is more reliable.
The NTFS file system is better for dual-booting.
The NTFS file system provides greater security.
The NTFS file system stores files more efficiently.
The NTFS file system is supported by all legacy versions of Windows.
Password protect the data files.
Encrypt the files using EFS
Store the data on removable media.
Encrypt the files using third-party tools.
Transmit the data via wireless link back to a storage server in the office.
Create a backup of the user data. Change the frequency of the backup from weekly to daily and restore the user's data from the daily backup if needed.
Have the user store her files on removable media until she decides whether to keep the changes or revert her system.
Partition the user's hard drive to include a system-only drive and a file storage drive. Restore the user's system from backup if needed.
Create a backup of the system. Change the backup frequency from weekly to daily and restore the system data from daily backup if needed.
Create a restore point, which will preserve the current system state, but will not affect the user's personal settings and data.
Log on to the computer if you are able, and check your resource allocations for device conflicts.
Shut down the computer and reboot. Press F8 at the system prompt and select the Last Known Good Configuration.
Reload the device drivers you've just installed and reboot the computer.
Roll back the device drivers to a different version and reboot the computer.
Disconnect and reconnect the hardware to see if the system recognizes it, then reload the device drivers and reboot.
Distribute his local profile to each computer the user logs into.
Create a roaming user profile for the user.
Assign the default profile to this user on each workstation he uses.
Create a mandatory user profile for this user.
Create a mobile profile for this user.
Invitation expiration time
Name of the requester
Restart the computer to see if the problem improves.
Quit the open applications and restart them to see if the problem persists.
Analyze the disk with Disk Defragmenter to see if the hard disk would benefit from defragmentation.
Check the System Information in the System Tools to see if there are any resource conflicts that could be causing your problem.
Open the Task Manager and look at the applications that are running on the computer to determine if any are not responding.
Windows XP Professional supports encrypted VLANs.
Windows XP supports EFS encryption for user data.
Windows XP Professional provides several levels of authentication before access to data is granted.
Windows XP Professional supports VPN encryption for data transfer.
The NTFS file system supports 128-bit encryption.
A user must change his password every 7 weeks.
A user's password must be 7 characters in length.
A user can only log into his account with that password 7 times before the system requires him to change it.
A user cannot re-use an old password before changing password 7 times.
If the user mistypes his password 7 times, his account will be locked.
Neither of them
Both of them
Automatically download recommended updates for my computer and install them
Notify me but don't automatically download or install them
Turn off Automatic Updates
Automatically search for online friends and family at start up