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What is the distance limitation of Cat5 UTP?

A. 1 km

B. 100 km

C. 100 m

D. 100 foot

You can do it
  1. Clipper command can be used for data encryption
  2. Linux operating system consumes less space than Windows2000
  3. The command to create a Win2000 boot disk is
  4. What is the maximum amount of RAM recognized by Windows 2000 Server?
  5. Mirroring represents which RAID level?
  6. Which folder is used to store user profiles by default?
  7. NTFS permissions cannot be set on individual files.
  8. Which properties tab is used in a member server for local user to configure logon hours?
  9. We can create _____ DFS root in a single Domain Controller
  10. Which of the following files have the .NCF file extension?
  11. Which of the following is not needed to configure printing in NetWare environment?
  12. If we want to run Nwadmin from DOS prompt what is the command we use?
  13. Can we delete a folder, which is shared?
  14. Can we use local user and group utility in a domain controller to create local user in it?
  15. Can we use 'net use' command to share a file?
  16. Backup operator group is found in
  17. Which of the following can be used to create partition
  18. Which of the following commands would you use to determine the configuration of your IP settings?
  19. When we delete a file it is sent to the directory called
  20. User passwords are case sensitive
  21. User passwords are case sensitive
  22. User account names are case-sensitive
  23. TGT and TGS is related to
  24. ERD can be created using
  25. Which of the following commands would you use to determine the configuration of your IP settings?
  26. he minimum processor speed requirement for a P.C. where Windows2000 server O.S. is to be installed
  27. Can we put computer management utility in desktop?
  28. Which is the port used by HTTPS?
  29. Bootsect.dos file is activated by NTLDR, when we don't choose Win 2000 from the boot option in a dual…
  30. An Administrator account is created when you install the Windows 2000 Server.