Which of the following statements are true concerning share permissions? (Choose all that apply)
a. For drives formatted with the NTFS file system, share permissions are not available.
b. For drives formatted with the FAT/FAT32 file system, share permissions are the only option available.
c. They determine the type of access that others will have to the folder when they connect to it over the network.
d. They apply whether the user attempts to access them over the network or locally.
B, C - Share permissions are set for folders when they are shared in workgroups and domain-based networks and are only associated with the folder. They determine the type of access that others will have to the folder when they connect to it over the network. For drives formatted with the FAT/FAT32 file system, share permissions are the only option available.
Which of the following is the net effect of the following combination of share and NTFS permissions when the share is accessed over the network?
• Share permission (Share tab)—Sales group: Full Control
• NTFS permission (Security tab)—Sales group: Read & Execute, Modify, Write
a. Members of the Sales group will be able to take ownership of files and edit content, but not delete files.
b. Members of the Sales group will be able to edit content and delete files.
c. Members of the Sales group will be able to take ownership of files, edit content, and change NTFS permissions.
d. Members of the Sales group will be able to edit content, delete files, and change NTFS permissions.
B - The Full Control share permission would normally allow users to take ownership of files, but lacking the corresponding NTFS permissions to do so, the more restrictive scenario wins and the users are able to only edit and delete files; they cannot otherwise modify permissions or ownership
Which of the following steps begins the process of modifying the default homegroup sharing configuration?
a. Open the Computer Management console and select the HomeGroup node.
b. Select one of your shared libraries in File Explorer and click Share in the toolbar.
c. Open the HomeGroup app from Control Panel.
d. Open the local Group Policy Editor console using gpedit.msc.
B - To modify the default homegroup sharing configuration, you can select one of your shared libraries in File Explorer and then click Share in the toolbar. Using the controls that appear in the ribbon, you can change other homegroup users' access to the library from Read to Read/Write. You can also limit access to specific homegroup users or prevent anyone on the network from accessing that library.
Which of the following best describes how to turn on Public folder sharing?
a. Enable the feature by opening the Network and Sharing Center and then enabling the appropriate feature in Advanced Sharing Settings.
b. Install the Public sharing feature.
c. Open Computer Management, access the Sharing tab, and then enable the Public folder.
d. Turn off the Public folder blocking in Windows Firewall.
A - Public folder sharing is turned off by default except when the system is part of a homegroup. To enable or disable Public folders, open the Network and Sharing Center and then click Change advanced sharing settings.
Which of the following are default libraries included in a user profile? (Choose all that apply)
A, C - To show libraries in File Explorer, select the View tab and then select Navigation pane > Show libraries. Windows 10 includes the following default libraries:
• Documents library: Stores word-processing documents, spreadsheets, and similar files
• Music library: Stores audio files, such as those you've downloaded from the web, transferred from a portable device (music player), or ripped from a CD
• Pictures library: Stores digital image files
• Videos library: Stores video files
The hardware that actually produces hard-copy documents is called a _____.
c. Print server
b. Print device
d. Print driver
B - A print device is the actual hardware that produces hard-copy documents on paper or other print media. Windows Server 2012 R2 supports both local print devices directly attached to computer ports and network interface print devices connected to the network, either directly or through another computer.
In Windows, a _________ is the software interface through which a computer communicates with a print device.
c. Print device
b. Printing device
d. Print driver
A - In Windows, a printer is the software interface through which a computer communicates with a print device. Windows Server 2012 R2 supports numerous physical interfaces, including Universal Serial Bus (USB), IEEE 1394 (FireWire), parallel (LPT), serial (COM), Infrared Data Access (IrDA), Bluetooth ports, and network printing services such as lpr, Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), and standard TCP/IP ports.
Which of the following statements best describes the differences, physically and logically, between the two printing configurations: network-attached printing and network-attached printer sharing?
a. They are essentially the same, both logically and physically.
b. They are essentially the same logically. Physically, the printers are made available differently.
c. They are essentially the same physically. Logically, the print jobs are handled differently.
d. These two printing configurations are not alike physically or logically.
C - The physical configuration is the same as in the previous arrangement, but the logical path the print jobs take on the way to the print device is different. Rather than going straight to the print device, the jobs go to the print server, which spools them and sends them to the print device in order.
Which of the following is not a basic printer permission?
c. Manage this printer
b. Take ownership
d. Manage documents
B - Like NTFS permissions, printer permissions come in two types: basic and advanced. There are three basic permissions, including Print, Manage this printer, and Manage documents.
Which basic printer permission should be granted to a user to be able to pause, resume, restart, and cancel his own print jobs as well as the print jobs of others?
c. Manage documents
b. Manage this printer
d. Manage print jobs
C - The Manage documents basic printer permission allows a user to pause, resume, restart, and cancel all print jobs and all documents.
Which of the following printer-related terms refers to the actual physical hardware that prints data?
a. Print queue
b. Print server
d. Print device
D - The print device is the actual physical hardware that prints the data.
With one of the following network printing configurations, the print devices do not need to be attached to computers; instead, they can be connected directly to the network. Identify the network printing configuration described.
a. Network-attached printer sharing
c. Locally attached printer sharing
b. Network-attached printing
d. Direct printing
B - You do not have to attach print devices to computers; you can connect them directly to the network. Many print device models are equipped with network interface adapters, enabling you to attach a standard network cable. This solution is much less popular than the network-attached printer sharing configuration.
Which printing configuration makes the computer with the locally attached print device function as a print server?
a. Network-attached printer sharing
c. Locally attached printer sharing
b. Network-attached printing
d. Direct printing
C - In addition to printing from an application running on that computer, you can also share the printer (and the print device) with other users on the same network. In this arrangement, the computer with the locally attached print device functions as a print server.
Which of the following statements is true of public folder sharing?
a. Public folder sharing shares files from any location.
b. Public folder sharing shares files from their original locations.
c. Public folder sharing shares files from their default library locations.
d. Public folder sharing places all shared files in a single location.
D - Public folder sharing requires you to copy or move files to be shared to the Public folder.
For users at home, which file sharing is most likely the simplest to set up and use?
a. Any folder sharing
c. Homegroup sharing
b. Public folder sharing
d. None of the above
C - The type of sharing method you elect to use depends on the size and formality of the network to which the computer is connected. For home users, homegroup networking is simple to set up and use. For small business networkers, Public folder sharing is often the easiest method, one that users can easily maintain for themselves on a day-to-day basis. For larger networks, Windows domain networks, or any network with more elaborate security requirements, any folder sharing is preferable.
Which of the following terms is defined as the process in which OneDrive connects to a remote computer to obtain a file that was not previously included in the sync folder?
B - If you forget to include a file within your sync folder, you can use OneDrive to connect to your remote computer, locate the file, and then upload it to your OneDrive space. This process is called fetching.
OneDrive includes a light version of selected Microsoft Office applications for the creation and editing of documents. Which Office application is not found in OneDrive?
B - OneDrive includes a light version of Microsoft Office apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote). This allows you to create and edit documents directly from your browser.
When sharing documents in OneDrive, which options are available to choose from? (Choose all that apply)
a. Send email
c. Get a link
b. Post to Facebook
d. Post to OneDrive
A, B, C - When sharing documents, you can:
• Send email.
• Post to Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter.
• Get a link.
When using the OneDrive desktop app, which of the following terms is described as gaining remote access to any file on a computer?
B - With the OneDrive desktop app, you have the ability to gain access remotely to any file on your computer through a process called fetching.
Which permissions are assigned directly to a file or folder?
A - There are two types of permissions used in NTFS. Explicit permissions are permissions granted directly to a file or folder while inherited permissions are permissions that are granted to a parent object and they flow down.
Which of the following is the minimum permission needed to change the attributes of a file?
a. Full Control
c. Read & Execute
D - The Write permission allows the identity to write to a file, append to the file, and read or change the file's attributes.
Which of the following is the minimum permission needed to take ownership of a file or folder?
a. Full Control
c. Read & Execute
A - The Full control permission allows you to read, write, modify, and execute files in a folder; change attributes and permissions; and take ownership of a folder or the files within it.
Which permission always wins out?
a. Explicit Allow Full Control
c. Inherited Allow Full Control
b. Explicit Deny Full Control
d. Inherited Deny Full Control
B - Besides granting the Allow permissions, you can also grant the Deny permission. The Deny permission always overrides other permissions that have been granted, including when a user or group has been given Full control.
Which Windows feature allows an administrator to control the amount of disk space that is made available to each user?
a. Primary partitions
c. NTFS volumes
b. Disk quotas
d. MBR disks
B - Disk quotas enable you to set the amount of storage space available to each user.
When configuring disk quotas using Group Policy, which of the following must administrators be aware of when configuring the default and warning levels in their quotas?
a. The limits will only apply to users who have never written data to the volumes in scope.
b. The limits will retroactively apply to all users who have written data to the volumes in scope.
c. The limits will be applied as soft quotas to all users who have written data to the volumes in scope.
d. The limits will not be applied to any users if the volume has any data already written on it.
A - The Specify default quota limit and warning level setting specifies the default disk quota limit and warning level for all new users as soon as they write to the volume. It does not affect disk quota limits for current users.
When implementing disk quotas, there are several requirements that must be met. Which of the following items is not one of those requirements for implementing disk quotas?
a. Users are charged only for the files they own.
b. Quotas must be enabled separately on each volume and are applied on a per-user basis.
c. Quotas apply to all users, including administrators.
d. Quotas can be configured only on NTFS volumes.
C - Quotas do not apply to administrators
Describe the benefit provided by print spooling.
It allows the sending application to resume work and not wait on the print job to finish.
By spooling the print job, the operating system sends the print job to the background, enabling the application to resume rather than waiting for the job to finish.
Describe how to limit users' access to a printer to a certain time of day.
You can limit users' access by scheduling printer access.
Sometimes, you might want to limit certain users' access to a printer to specific times of the day or night. For example, your organization might have a color laser printer that the company's graphic designers use during business hours, but you permit other employees to use it after 5 p.m. To do this, you associate multiple printers with a single print device, much like you do to set different printer priorities.
The default path for the print spool folder is _____.
When the print device is available, the spooler retrieves the next print job and sends it to the print device. By default, the spool folder is located at c:windowssystem32spoolprinters. When you have a server that handles a large number of print jobs or several large print jobs, make sure the drive where the spool folder is has sufficient disk space.
_____ permissions are actually granted to a user when a user logs on and accesses the particular file or folder.
Effective - Because users can be members of several groups, it is possible for them to have several sets of explicit permissions for a particular folder or file. When this occurs, the permissions are combined to form the effective permissions, which are the actual permissions when logging in and accessing a file or folder. These consist of explicit permissions plus any inherited permissions.
Which NTFS permission should be configured for a security group when you want members of the group to be able to see files contained in a folder but not be able to open the files contained in the folder?
c. List Folder Contents
b. Read & Execute
C - List Folder Contents enables a user/group to view a list of files in the selected folder; the user/group is not allowed to read the contents of a file or execute a file.
Which NTFS permission should be configured for a security group when you want members of the group to be able to create new files but not be able to make changes to existing files?
c. Read & Execute
b. Full Control
D - The Write permission enables a user/group to create files and folders. Write is going to need to be paired up with Read or Read & Execute, however.
When planning NTFS/Share permissions on storage spaces or volumes in which files/folders are shared, which of the following is generally considered the best approach?
a. Share permissions: Full Control, NTFS permissions: desired access
b. Share permissions: Change, NTFS permissions: Full Control
c. Share permissions: Full Control, NTFS permissions: Full Control
d. Share permissions: Read, NTFS permissions: desired access
A - When planning your NTFS/Share permissions on storage spaces or any volumes in which files/folders are shared, the best approach is to set the Share permissions to provide Full Control to the appropriate user group and then use NTFS permissions to further lock down access to the resource. This process ensures that resources are secured regardless of how they are accessed (remotely or locally).
Which of the following four printer configurations is best for a company of several users using only a few printers?
a. Direct printing
c. Network-attached printing
b. Locally attached printer sharing
d. Network-attached printer sharing
D - The popular option for network-attached printing is to designate one computer as a print server and use it to service all print clients on the network. To do this, you install a printer on one computer, the print server, and configure it to access the print device directly through a TCP port. Then, you share the printer, just as you would a locally attached print device, and configure the clients to access the print share.
An administrator's responsibilities include managing documents, particularly those waiting in the print queue. Which of the following statements best describes how Windows 10 permits viewing these documents as an administrator?
a. Documents can be viewed across all print queues and print devices.
b. Documents can be viewed per print queue.
c. Documents can be viewed in the locally attached print device.
d. Documents can only be viewed using the associated PowerShell cmdlet.
B - Managing documents refers to pausing, resuming, restarting, and canceling documents currently waiting in a print queue. Windows 10 provides a print queue window for every printer, which enables you to view the jobs currently waiting to be printed.
Which permission is granted to users by default regarding printer access and the ability to manage documents?
a. By default, all printers assign the Allow Print permission to Everyone.
b. By default, all printers do not assign permission to any user.
c. By default, all users have the Allow Manage Documents permission.
d. By default, all printers assign the Allow Print permission to administrators.
A - By default, all printers assign the Allow Print permission to the Everyone special identity, which enables all users to access the printer and manage their own documents. Users with the Allow Manage Documents permission can manage any users' documents.
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