The network uses TCP/IP as the only network protocol. You configure the remote access server on the network. Some users report that when they connect to the server they receive the following message |" IPX SPX compatible computer deported error 733" The EPP control network protocol for the network is not available. If the users allow the connection to continue they are able to connect to the services that use TCP/IP. You want to prevent this message from being displayed. What should you do?
You are the administrator of your company's network. You are configuring the security policy for a group of users in the finance organizational unit (OU). You need to configure a group policy so that future changes to group policy will be applied within 15 minutes to any computers that are log on to the network. What should you do?
Your network contains 10 domain controllers, 10 member servers, and approximately 1,000 client computers. All the servers run Windows 2000 Server, and all the client computers run Windows 2000 Professional. Two of the domain controllers act as DNS servers. Users of client computers use file sharing to grant access to files stored locally. The network has 10 subnets and uses TCP/IP as the only network protocol. You want to configure the network so that all computers can resolve the addresses of all other computers by using DNS. Client computers must be able to register and resolve addresses if a server fails. How should you configure the DNS servers?
You are the network administrator for your company. The company has numerous branch offices, and each office uses Internet Connecting Sharing to connect to the Internet. A new employee named David Johnson is configuring a Windows 2000 Server computer as a file server. When David uses Windows update for the first time and select Product Update, he receives an error message stating that access is denied. David needs to be able to update the file by using his account. What should you do?
You install Terminal Services on a Windows 2000 domain controller. You install Terminal Services Client on users' client computers. Users report that when they try to connect to the Terminal server, they receive the following error message: "The local policy of this system does not allow you to logon interactively." When you attempt to log on to the Terminal server as an administrator from a user's computer, you log on successfully. You want users to be able to log on to the Terminal server. What should you do?