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To use netbios name resolution in TCP/IP environments, we use

A. NetBEUI

B. TCP

C. NetBios over TCP/IP

D. LPD

You can do it yup
  1. Dcproms programs can be run only when the Win2000 is installed in FAT32 partition.
  2. Is it possible to set net work properties from control panel?
  3. Which policy specifies the number of invalid attempts allowed before account is locked out?
  4. Which of the following can be used to create partition
  5. Which of the following files have the .NCF file extension?
  6. TCP is a connectionless protocol
  7. Which utility is used to determine whether Windows 2000 properly recognize a newly installed modem?
  8. 10 base T network is implemented by co-axial cable
  9. Bootsect.dos file is activated by NTLDR, when we don't choose Win 2000 from the boot option in a dual…
  10. The NTFS security is not applicable in case of network access
  11. The universal groups can contain
  12. Windows 2000 is based on
  13. Clipper command can be used for data encryption
  14. In a domain we can create
  15. The Database File Name of Active Directory is:
  16. An Administrator account is created when you install the Windows 2000 Server.
  17. Which of the following utility can be used to create a file share
  18. DHCP is used for Dynamic address allocation for win2000 networking hosts
  19. Can Win2000 professional become terminal service client?
  20. Can we put computer management utility in desktop?
  21. Linux operating system consumes less space than Windows2000
  22. The server where active directory wers can be created create is
  23. TGT and TGS is related to
  24. The command to create a Win2000 boot disk is
  25. Which of the following is the IEEE specification for wireless networks?
  26. Can we use local users and group utility to create user in a member server?
  27. User account names are case-sensitive
  28. An Administrator account is created when you install the Windows 2000 Server.
  29. Is advance server is the most efficient version of Win2000 Server?
  30. Which command is used to change a FAT32 partition to NTFS without losing any data?