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  • If the Global Address Book is downloaded, it will probably be no more than 50 MB At Delphi it was about 22MB when Mark downloaded it. There files are saved in C:windowsprofilesysernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook as 6 different *.OAB files
  • If the Global Address Book is downloaded, it will probably be no more than 50 MB At Delphi it was about 22MB when Mark downloaded it. There files are saved in C:windowsprofilesysernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook as 6 different *.OAB files
  • If the Global Address Book is downloaded, it will probably be no more than 50 MB At Delphi it was about 22MB when Mark downloaded it. There files are saved in C:windowsprofilesysernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook as 6 different *.OAB files
  • If the Global Address Book is downloaded, it will probably be no more than 50 MB At Delphi it was about 22MB when Mark downloaded it. There files are saved in C:windowsprofilesysernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook as 6 different *.OAB files
  • If the Global Address Book is downloaded, it will probably be no more than 50 MB At Delphi it was about 22MB when Mark downloaded it. There files are saved in C:windowsprofilesysernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook as 6 different *.OAB files
  • If the Global Address Book is downloaded, it will probably be no more than 50 MB At Delphi it was about 22MB when Mark downloaded it. There files are saved in C:windowsprofilesysernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook as 6 different *.OAB files

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  • 1. Windows XP Professional
  • 2. For Questions...
    • Click on the links below
      • [email_address]
      • For many resources on XP and 2000 http:// mywebpages.comcast.net/mcsepmp
      • http://mywebpages.comcast.net/mcsepmp/2272.htm
  • 3. Where do you want to go? XP Overview and Top 10 features Module 3 Hardware Addendum Video FlashCards to Review Module Topics Not Covered in Class …Finale Click on the House icon to return to this page ->
  • 4. Professional vs. Home editions
  • 5. Home addition
    • Not a managed OS
    • Each interactive user assumed to be a member of the owners local group
      • This give admin privileges system wide
    • No backup Operators, Account Operators, and Replicator groups
    • No hidden shares, C$, D$
    • No backup utility –optional on the CD
  • 6. Pro Edition
    • Remote Desktop
      • Remote assistance is included in both additions
    • Two processor support
    • ASR –Automated System Recovery
    • Dynamic disk support
    • Fax
    • IIS- Internet Information Services (web)
  • 7. Pro Edition
    • EFS
    • File level access control
    • Group Policy Support
    • Able to join a 2000 domain
    • Intellimirror
      • RIS, SW installation, self annealing apps
    • Roaming Profiles
  • 8. Pro Edition
    • Multi-language Support
    • Sysprep support
    • 64 bit edition to ship for ITANIUM
    • IPSEC
    • SNMP
    • SAP agent
    • CSNW + Print Services for UNIX
  • 9. Pro Edition
    • Network Monitor driver
    • Guest account disabled by default
      • Enabled on Home
    • Client Side Caching (Offline Folders)
      • encrypted…and can encrypt Offline files database
      • Can be Admin tools on menu
    • Security Configuration and Analysis and Security Template files
    • Blank Password Restriction
      • No password, local access only, no Runas
      • Doesn’t apply to domain or guest accounts
  • 10. Pro Edition
    • Location aware Group Policy in ICS/ICF
      • When a Windows XP Professional computer is a member of a domain, the domain administrator can enable a group policy preventing the use of Internet Connection Sharing on the corporate network. When you bring your computer home Internet Connection Sharing is available because the policy does not pertain to your home network
    • Software Restriction Policies
      • Through GPEDIT.msc or GPO’s. The default rule can be set to unrestricted or disallowed —essentially "run" or "don’t run." Setting the default rule to "unrestricted" enables an administrator to define exceptions that are just the set of programs that are forbidden to run. A more secure approach involves setting the default rule to disallowed, and specifying only the programs that are known and trusted to run.
  • 11. Windows XP Top Ten List
  • 12. # 10 Answer
    • 802.11 support
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 13. # 9 Answer
    • Can share encrypted files
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 14. # 8 Answer!
    • Defragmentation
      • Can now schedule it from cmd
      • Now supported for encrypted files
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 15. # 7 Answer!
    • Network adapter “repair” option
      • which does an ipconfig /release, /renew, /flushdns, /registerdns, nbtstat –RR, and flushes ARP cache
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 16. # 6 Answer!
    • Internet Connection Firewall (ICF)
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 17. # 5 Answer!
    • Rollback Driver
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 18. # 4 Answer!
    • Alternate IP address
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 19. # 3 Answer!
    • Application Compatibility
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 20. # 2 Answer!
    • Remote Assistance & Remote Desktop
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 21. # 1 Answer!
    • System Restore & ASR
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 22. # 1 Bonus Answer!
    • How to learn “How to do” any of these?
      • It’s as easy as F1!
    Windows XP Top Ten
  • 23. Other features at a glance
    • Internet Connection Firewall (ICF)
    • Bridging of Network Connections and Peripheral Devices
      • Ethernet (10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and Gigabit Ethernet).
      • IEEE 802.11b wireless (also known as Wi-Fi).
      • Phoneline-based connections.
    • Additionally, the Network Bridge supports connections using IEEE 1394.
    • Text-to-speech
    • Dualview monitors
    • MSConfig is back
    • Diskpart.exe and fsutil cmd disk mgmt
    • RSOP mmc snap-in replaces gpresult.exe
  • 24. More features
    • Task Manager – Network Statistics
    • Fast User Switching – Workgroup Mode only
    • IPv6 – to install type ‘ipv6 install’
    • Image files can be viewed as slideshows
    • CD Burning software
    • Internet Time Sync
    • Gpupdate.exe replaces ‘secedit /refreshpolicy’
  • 25. Even more
    • Integrated Windows Messenger
    • Faster Boot-up (30 secs or less)
    • Windows Driver Protection
    • Multilingual Support
    • User State Migration
  • 26.
    • Side by side dll’s
      • Windows XP allows Win32 components and applications to use the exact version of Microsoft components with which they are tested without being affected by other application or operating system updates. It does this by relying on XML files that contain metadata about application configuration such as COM classes, interfaces, and type libraries.
  • 27.
    • Kernel Enhancements (Over W2K)
      • Can backup any size file on any size partition
        • Previous paged pool limitation of 470MB
      • Larger Device Drivers (960MB vs 220 vs 100) for XP, 2000, and NT respectively
      • No Hardcoded registry limit (376MB prev)
      • Serial and Networking device drivers initialize in parallel
        • Results in faster system and application startup; logon
      • Faster Hibernate and Resume
      • 64 bit virtual address space 16EB total;7152GB for user space (vs 2GB/2GB)
  • 28. Features & Benefits
    • Questions?
  • 29. 2272 Review
    • Class Link to resources
    Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 30. Modules 1 & 2 Installation and Automation Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 31. What is the minimum CPU, RAM and HD required?
    • PII 233
    • 64MB
    • 650MB
  • 32. What is the switch to run with winnt32.exe to get a compatibility report?
    • /checkupgradeonly
  • 33. Why would you install XP on FAT/FAT32?
    • Dual Boot
    • To get the uninstall option
  • 34. What is the command to convert a FAT drive to NTFS after an installation while preserving data?
    • Convert.exe
  • 35. How do you upgrade Winnt 3.51 to XP.
    • Upgrade to 4.0 sp5, then to XP
  • 36. What tool is used to transfer migrating user settings from the GUI?
    • FAST
    • File and Settings Transfer Wizard
  • 37. What are the two primary switches used with USMT?
    • Scanstate
    • Loadstate
    • … /I means “include”
  • 38. Which utility would be best to migrate several users’ settings?
    • USMT
    • User State Migration Tool
    • This can be put into a batch file
  • 39. Within what time frame must XP be activated?
    • 30 days
    • 14 days for trial versions
    • Note:Volume License Key eliminated the need to do this
  • 40. What is the main reason why an installation would fail to connect to a domain controller?
    • DNS records or connectivity
    • The SRV service locator records in DNS help clients locate DC’s
  • 41. Where would you find the Setup Manager?
    • SupportTools on XP CD
  • 42. What is the name of the answer file if used with a CD installation?
    • Winnt.sif
  • 43. What is the name of the Uniqueness Database File
    • Unattend.udb
  • 44. What utility is used to prepare the Hard Disk for 3 rd party disk duplication?
    • SYSPREP.exe
    • Check out this link for exam switches
  • 45. What 3 services must be in place before RIS can become functional?
    • Active Directory
    • DNS
    • DHCP
    • Also, DHCP and the RIS server must both be authorized (by an enterprise admin)
  • 46. What utility can be used if RIS clients are not PXE compatible?
    • Rbfg.exe
    • Remote Boot Floppy Generator
    End part 1 Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 47. Modules 3 &4 Configuring Hardware & Disks Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 48. Firewire is also known as what IEEE std?
    • 1394
  • 49. What type of video devices are supported for multiple monitors?
    • PCI
    • AGP
  • 50. With multiple monitors , where does the start menu default to?
    • The Primary Monitor
    • Could be on the left or right
    • Select “Use this device as the primary monitor” box
  • 51. What is the minimum permission required to install local printers?
    • Power Users Group
    • This group can create users, group and shares
  • 52. What GUI utility can be used to scan your system to check for unsigned files?
    • Sigverif
    • This can also be found in msinfo32 or winmsd
  • 53. What is the cmd line version of sigverif?
    • SFC
    • Signature File Checker
  • 54. What new feature in XP allows you to reinstall the last device driver that went bad?
    • Driver Rollback
  • 55. What device cannot be fixed by driver rollback?
    • Printers
  • 56. What types of devices are designed to be removed while the system is turned on?
    • USB
    • Firewire
    • PC Card
    • CardBus
  • 57. What cmd-line tool can be used to manage the file system?
    • Diskpart
    • And also fsutil …know this for exams
  • 58. If you add a new disk to your system and it does not appear in Disk Management, what option should you select?
    • RESCAN
  • 59. Where are dynamic disks not supported?
    • Laptops
    • Removable Storage
    • USB or Firewire drives
  • 60. If the status of a disk is Foreign, what option would you select from the menu?
    • Import Foreign Disk
  • 61. What is required before you can extend a volume?
    • NTFS
    • The disk must have be created new in XP as dynamic I.e. if the volume existed previously and the OS had been upgraded, it cannot be extended
  • 62. If a disk status is marked as Missing or Offline, what option do you select from the menu?
    • Reactivate Volume
    • This typically happens because of power interruption, disconnection, or corruption and the disk cannot be accessed
    End part 2 Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 63. Modules 5 & 6
    • File System and Boot Process
    Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 64. In the event of a startup failure, what are 2 options to get into the file system?
    • Safe Mode
    • Recovery Console
  • 65. What is the one rule of thumb to remember about Copying and Moving compressed files and folders?
    • Moving within the same partition retains the attribute
  • 66. What are three ways to protect EFS across a network?
    • Use IPSec
    • Use WebDAV
    • Remote Desktop or Terminal Services
  • 67. On an XP box, by default, who else can open an encrypted file?
    • Nobody
    • Data Recovery Agents are optional and must be added
  • 68. What are the 3 minimum boot files required?
    • Boot.ini
    • NTLDR
    • Ntdetect.com
  • 69. When do you use LastKnownGood Configuration?
    • After installing a new device and the system stops responding
    • Note: if you log into safe mode first, this will not reset the LKG config
  • 70. If you enable boot logging, what is the name of the file saved?
    • Ntbtlog.txt
  • 71. What command in Recovery console will show a list of services?
    • LISTSVC
  • 72. What option do you use to restore the OS to a previous point without losing user data?
    • System Restore
  • 73. Neither the OS nor LastKnownGood will start. Which recovery solution do you use?
    • Automated System Recovery
    End part 3
  • 74. Modules 7 & 8 Desktop Environment TCP/IP and resolution
  • 75. What are the 4 types of profiles?
    • Default User
    • Local user
    • Roaming user
    • Mandatory Roaming
  • 76. What is the order of how Policies are applied?
    • Local
    • Site
    • Domain
    • OU..ou…ou
    If a conflict, last writer wins
  • 77. What are three methods to establish a Remote Assistance session?
    • MSN Messenger
    • Email
    • Shared file
  • 78. If DHCP is unavailable for a client, what option will the client look for first?
    • Alternate IP config
    • Then APIPA
    • (Automatic Private IP Configuration) in the range of 169.254.0.1-169.254.255.254
  • 79. Which TPC/IP utility would be best to pinpoint if a router or link is down?
    • Pathping
  • 80. What are some examples of when NetBIOS names are used?
    • UNC paths…ervernameshare
    • Net Commands
  • 81. What is the name of the static file for NetBIOS names?
    • LMHOSTS
  • 82. What dynamic service replaces HOSTS files?
    • DNS
  • 83. What is a multihomed computer?
    • Has more than one NIC
    Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 84. Modules 9 & 10
    • XP in MS Networks
    • Supporting Remote Users
    Goto Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
  • 85. Which snap-in is used for Configuring Account Policies?
    • Group Policy
    • Note: this replaces poledit
    • Don’t mix them!
  • 86. What feature is not compatible with Fast User Switching?
    • Offline Files
  • 87. What address does an ICS host assign itself?
    • 192.168.0.1
  • 88. What unique identifier is used for to identify the domain?
    • SID
  • 89. What protocol provides dynamic multilinking i.e. drops unneeded links?
    • BAP
    • Bandwidth Allocation Protocol
  • 90. What is the most commonly used Remote Access protocol
    • PPP
  • 91. What are the tunneling protocol options for XP?
    • PPTP
    • L2TP
  • 92. Which authentication protocol would need to be enabled for Smart Cards?
    • EAP-TLS
  • 93. Which authentication protocol provides one way encryption for 9X or greater clients?
    • MS-CHAP v1
  • 94. What encryption protocol is used with PPTP?
    • MPPE
  • 95. The END of Review
  • 96. Module 3 Additional Slides Windows XP Hardware Features
  • 97. Overview
    • Hardware and Device Features in Windows XP
      • Windows Image Acquisition
      • Display
      • CD Writing
      • USB/IEE1394
      • Power Management
  • 98. Windows Image Acquisition
    • Windows Explorer Extensions
      • WIA devices added to My Computer
      • Thumbnail Generation
      • Scanner and Camera Wizard
    • WIA Enabled Software
      • Microsoft Paint – adds From Scanner or Camera in File menu
    • Device Support
      • Scanners
      • Still Camers
      • Digital Video Cameras
  • 99. XP and WIA Control Panel With Supported Camera MS Paint Capture Pictures from Video
  • 100. Display
    • High Resolution Monitor Support
      • Support for up to 200 Dots Per Inch
    • Dual View
      • Multi-monitor Support for Video cards with Multiplle connectors (eg ATI Radeon, Matrox G400)
    • Clear Type
      • Sub-pixel rendering for improved readability of text on LCD Screens
    • General improvements in the Display Process
  • 101. Clear Type In Action Standard Clear Type Squint and look at the difference
  • 102. CD Writing
    • Image Mastering API (IMAPI) built in
    • Support for Jolient and Redbook
    • Drag and Drop CD burning
    • No support for session closing
    • No ISO burning (but there is a cool power toy!)
  • 103. USB/IEE1394
    • USB 1.1
      • USB 2.0 will come ‘later’
    • IEEE 1394
      • Shipped with Windows 2000
      • Better device support
      • IP over Firewire supported
  • 104. Power Management
    • XP Native Processor Performance Control
      • Takes advantage of latest CPUs (eg Intel Speedstep )
    • On-Now
      • Ensures that PCs are accessible when needed
      • Silent otherwise
      • Cardbus Wake-up on Lan
      • Wake up(from standby) on Low Battery
    • Improved boot/resume performance
    • LCD Dimming on battery power
    • Selective Suspend of USB ports
  • 105. Hardware Review
    • Hardware and Device Features in Windows XP
      • Windows Image Acquisition
      • Display
      • CD Writing
      • USB/IEEE 1394
      • Power Management
  • 106. Stuff Not Necessarily covered in the class or End Of Class Finale!
  • 107. Shortcuts to most commonly used ADMIN Tools (straight to the snap-ins!)
    • Compmgmt.msc Computer Management
    • Diskmgmt.msc Disk Managament
    • Devmgmt.msc Device Manager
    • Dfrg.msc Defragment
    • Eventvwr.msc Event viewer
    • Fsmgmt.msc File Management – Shares wizard
  • 108.
    • Gpedit.msc Group Policy
    • Lusrmgr.msc Local Users and Groups
    • Rsop.msc Resultant Set of policies
    • Secpol.msc Local Security Policies
    • Services.msc Services Snap-in
    Shortcuts to most commonly used ADMIN Tools (straight to the snap-ins!)
  • 109. Dynamic Update
    • Downloads two types of files
      • Device Drivers & Replacement system files
    • Switches used with winnt32.exe
      • /dudisable
      • /duprepare:pathname copy du files to share
      • /duashare:pathname pts to share previously used
  • 110. Windows Product Activation
    • Can activate from cmd by
      • oobe /msoobe /a
    • If you don’t change NIC
      • Can change 5 HW items w/o re-activating
    • If you change NIC or don’t have one
      • Can change 3 HW items
    • MS allows up to 4 activations per year for people who tinker
    • Uses ports 80 and 443
  • 111. System Restore
    • Registry settings
      • See p. 48 cramsession
    • By default..is deleted @90 days
    • Automatic restore @24 hours..can change
  • 112. TOPICS NOT COVERED
    • Secpol.msc vs. gpedit.msc,
    • Gpupdate (replaces Secedit /refreshpolicy) & Gpresult
    • Rsop.msc
    • Csript and wscript
    • Sysedit, msconfig, and bootcfg
    • SYSPREP 2.0
    • How to undo taskbar grouping
  • 113.
    • Dualview
    • Auditing
    • Share and NTFS rules
    • Effective Permissions
    • Remote Desktop for Active Directory add-on
    • Adminpak.msi for XP
    • Remote Desktop Connection Software for other clients
    TOPICS NOT COVERED
  • 114.
    • Cleartype
    • Repair option
    • SYSKEY
    • HFNETCHK Network Security Hotfix Checker
    • Automating the Creation of Computer Accounts
    • How to reset TCP/IP…it can’t be Uninstalled!
    • How to enable IP forwarding!
    TOPICS NOT COVERED
  • 115. Windows XP Command-Line Program
    • Results of Command Line Tool Analysis
    • Approximately 180 tasks defined by category (user management, disk management, …)
    • Approximately 80 tools existed for 100 of the 180 tasks
    • Over 40 command-line tools needed to cover remaining 80 tasks without tools
    • 11 tools needed to be migrated from the resource kit into the box
    • Total of 48 tools added to Windows XP
    • Better documentation needed for all
  • 116. Command Line Standards
    • Consistent, standard syntax with /? help
    • Run under Telnet and Terminal Services
    • Leverage WMI providers whenever possible
    • Remote machine ( NC) management capability
    • Allow alternate credentials on remote connections
    • Most are useable via batch or WSH programming
  • 117. Command Line Support
    • Schtasks replaces “At” command
    • Shutdown
    • Prn*.vbs Printing Scrips
      • Prncnfg.vbs get and set configuration
      • Prndrvr .vbs add, delete, and list drivers
      • Prnjobs .vbs pause, resume, and cancel jobs
      • Prnmngr .vbs add, delete, list printers and set default
      • Prnport .vbs add, delete, list port configuration
      • prnqctl .vbs pause, resume, purge printer + test page
  • 118. More command tools
    • Netsh
    • Fsutil
    • Tasklist
    • Systeminfo
    • Driverquery
    • Reg.exe
    • Bootcfg
  • 119. IIS script tools
    • IIS*.vbs
      • Iisback.vbs Backup/restore iis config
      • Iiscnfg.vbs Import/Export iis config
      • Iisftp.vbs Create, start, stop, pause, delete, query ftp site
      • Iisftpdr Create, delete, query FTP virtual site
      • Iisweb.vbs Create, Start, Stop, query a web site
      • Iissvdir.vbs Create, Delete, Query virtual directory
  • 120. Windows XP Support Tools Directory
    • Key Tools available in Support Tools (not all)
      • Activate.exe – Bulk product licensing / rollout tool
      • Addiag.exe – Active Directory diagnostics
      • Dnscmd.exe – DNS server management
      • Filever.exe – Displays file version information
      • Ldp.exe – LDAP query tool, any Active Dir. object
      • Netdiag.exe – Network and security diagnostics
      • Netdom.exe – Domain management tool
      • Nltest.exe – Network logon diagnostics
      • Pviewer.exe – GUI-based process inspection tool
      • Repadmin.exe – Replication diagnostics
      • Replmon.exe – Replication monitoring tool
      • Xcalcs.exe – Extended ACL management
  • 121.
    • New CMD overview documentation in A-Z list
      • Type c:>HH ntcmds.chm to get there fast
      • New Windows XP Resource Kit book will contain extensive chapter on batch file capabilities
    • If you need UNIX shell-type features use the Services for UNIX product
      • Many shells (korn and so on)
      • Many utilities (awk, grep, and so on)
      • Allows UNIX shell scripts to run on Windows
    • http://www.microsoft.com/WINDOWS2000/sfu/default.asp
  • 122. Windows XP Power Toys HERE THEY ARE
  • 123. PowerToys
    • Open cmd window here
      • This PowerToy adds an "Open Command Window Here" context menu option on file system folders, giving you a quick way to open a command window (cmd.exe) pointing at the selected folder.
    • Alt-Tab Replacement
      • With this PowerToy, in addition to seeing the icon of the application window you are switching to, you will also see a preview of the page. This helps particularly when multiple sessions of an application are open. Open cmd window here
    • Tweak UI
      • This PowerToy gives you access to system settings that are not exposed in the Windows XP default user interface, including mouse settings, Explorer settings, taskbar settings, and more.
  • 124. PowerToys
    • Power Calculator
      • With this PowerToy you can graph and evaluate functions as well as perform many different types of conversions.
    • Image Resizer
      • This PowerToy enables you to resize one or many image files with a right-click.
    • CD Slide Show Generator
      • With this PowerToy you can view images burned to a CD as a slide show. The Generator works downlevel on Windows 9x machines as well.
    • Virtual Desktop Manager
      • Manage up to four desktops from the Windows taskbar with this PowerToy.
  • 125. PowerToys
    • Taskbar Magnifier
      • Use this PowerToy to magnify part of the screen from the taskbar. Image Resizer
    • HTML Slide Show Wizard
      • This wizard helps you create an HTML slide show of your digital pictures, ready to place on your Web site.
    • Webcam Timershot
      • This PowerToy lets you take pictures at specified time intervals from a Webcam connected to your computer and save them to a location that you designate.
  • 126. Windows Messenger
  • 127. Messenger Resources
    • How to Use Messenger
    • MSN messenger Help
    • Windows Messenger Support Center
    • Windows Messenger update for XP
    • Installing messenger add-ins
    • Known Issues
    • How to prevent messenger from running in XP
    • Inside Messenger…How it communicates
    • Exchange 2000 Instant Messaging Setup
    • Common Solutions to Messenger Account Logon Problems
  • 128. Xtra Web Resources
      • http:// mywebpages.comcast.net/mcsepmp
      • http://mywebpages.comcast.net/mcsepmp/2272.htm
    • http://www.microsoft.com/ windowsxp
    • http://www.reskit.com
    • http:// msdn.microsoft.com /scripting/