The computer is configured with a static IP address.
The computer is using a dial-up modem.
The computer is being used as an Internet shared connection host.
The computer is configured for DHCP and cannot connect to the DHCP server.
The computer has been configured to work with a Linux system.
DHCP and configured as part of a workgroup.
DHCP and configured as a part of a domain.
Static IP address and configured as part of a workgroup.
Static IP address and configured as part of a domain.
There is no default settings for a Windows XP network adapter card.
Divide the host HDD into memory locations.
Create a shortcut to a network location.
Trace the path to the local area network gateway.
Send instructions to a user to access the remote local area network.
A schematic drawing of all network adapter locations on the network system.
Keep this place private
An open hand palm up.
Two folder icons side by side.
Folder icon in green.
Folder icon in red.
You cannot tell if a folder is shared by looking at the icon.
To resolve MAC addresses to NetBIOS names.
To resolve domain names to IP addresses.
To resolve host names to NetBeui names.
To resolve IP addresses to the MAC address.
Infrastructure Master, PDC Emulator, Relative ID master, SYSVOL, Root Domain
Schema Master, Domain Naming Master, Infrastructure Master, PDC Emulator, Relative ID master.
Root Master, Domain Name Master, Infrastructure Master, PDC Emulator, Relative ID master
Trust Master, Root Master, Infrastructure Master, PDC Emulator, Relative ID master.
Remove the permissions for the local administrator from the printer.
Remove printer permissions from the local administrator.
Remove the Everyone group from the printer.
Delete the printer object.
When you rename the root domain server you will only have to rebuild the user accounts since the root domain holds the authentication (SAM) database.
When you rename the root domain server you will simply rename the child domain also.
When you rename the root domain server you will lose the entire network orphaning the child domains.
When you rename the root domain server you will not need to do anything else since domain names are inherited the child domains will acquire the new domain name.
Open the Active Directory Schema snap-in
Open the Active Directory Sites and Services console
Open the Active Directory Domains and Trusts console
Open the Active Directory Users and Computers console