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Explain the concept of using mmc.exe /Computer=computername from the command line.
Specifies whether yu use a saved console to administer a different computer.
When you type this command and then load a saved console, any snap-in within the console having this check box selected will now point to computername instrad of the computer chosen when the snap in was created.
In the shared folder properties? (ACTION >> PROPERTIES) what does the SECURITY TAB control?
View and change shared folders permissions.
Windows 2000 does not update the list of shared folders automatically. True or False.
True. How is it refreshed? ACTION >> REFRESH
Where is the Computer Managment tool located?
What is the OPEN MODE information un the Open Files Fodler of Computer Management or Shared Folder snap in?
Type of access the user's application requested when it opened the file, such as READ or WRITE.
How can you create a new shated folder on a local or remote computer?
Computer Management or shared folder snap in.
What is the number of locks refer to under the OPEN FILES FOLDER in the MMC?
The number of locks on a file, Programs can request the operating system to lock a file to gain exclusicve access to the file, keeping other programs from making changes to the file.
The general tab of the properties dialog box for a shared folder contains what?
User limit, or maximum bumber of users that can concurrent connect to that share.
If you as an admin make changes to the NTFS file system permissions, how long does this take to effect the end user?
Immediately. Unless the user has the file in question open. Then it will take effect after they close and re-open the file.
In the shared folder properties? (ACTION >> PROPERTIES) what does the GENERAL TAB control?
General allows viewing and changing the user limit.
In a domain, what groups can monitor network resources?
Administrators, Server Operators.
How do you modify a shared folders properties? What are the two TABS for the properties?
Click on the shared folder, select ACTIONS pull down and then PROPERTIES. The Tabs are SECURITY and GENERAL.
What is the maximum number of concurent users for a Windows 2000 share folder?
10. But this can be set to a lower value. ACTION>> PROPERTIES>>GENERAL TAB.
What is the easiest way to create a new shared folder?
Create shared folder wizard
If the number of concurrent connections has been reached with Windows 2000, what happens to the end user.
The maximum is 10. Users will not be able to access the shared resource after this has been reached.
When creating a new shared folder with the Wizard, what are the share permissions by deafult?
The "Everyone" group will have full control by default.
In a workgroup, what groups can monitor network resources?
Administrators, Power Users
Share Permissions for shared folders:

All users have full control.
Full cnotrol share permission and Full control NTFS permission to the everyone group. This is the default
What information available in the OPEN FILES folder under SHARED FOLDERS?
Open File, Access By, Type of Operating System, Number of Locks and Open Mode.
How do you share a folder on a remote computer?
run the MMC, add the SHARED FOLDERS snap in, select ANOTHER COMPUTER, and then type the name of that computer.
Computer Management and the Shared folders feature are considered what?
Snap ins for the MMC
Share Permissions for shared folders (options from the wizard):

Customize Share and Folder Permissions
Select this option in the wizard if you want to creat your own custom permissions.
How do you monitor shared folders?
Computer Management snap in or the Shared folder Snap in for the Microsoft Management Console.
What is the only way to create a shared folder without being phsically located at the computer where the folder resides?
Computer managment or shared folder snap in.
How to you modify exsiting shared folders?
Click on the shared folder from the Comp Management or Shared folder snap in, select ACTION >> PROPERTIES >> GENERAL TAB.
Share Permissions for shared folders:

Administrators have full control, other users have no access
The wizard assigns full control share permission and full control NTFS permsission to the Administrators group for the folder
Why would you monitor shared folders?
Security, determine how many users have connections to that folder, monitor open files, and disconnect users from all or one file(s)
How do you start the new share folder wizard?
under SHARED FOLDERS in the tree, click SHARES, then ACTION>> NEW FILE SHARE.
What information does the Computer Management or Shared Folder Snap in provide?
The shared folders, shared path, Type of operating system, number of client redirections(clients who have made remote connections to the folder, and a descriptive comment about the folder when created.
Share Permissions for shared folders:

Administrators have full control, other users have read only access.
Full share permission to Administrators group, and the read share permission to the Everyone group. The wizard also assigns the Full Control NTFS permssion for the folder to the Everyone group.
What are the 3 purposes for monitoring network resources?
1) Maitenance- Users being alerted for netowrk upgrades/outages.

2) Security - Monitor user access to resources, make sure only authorized users accessing

3)Planning- Future growth and network resources
How do you stop a folder from being shared?
select the folder, ACTION >> STOP SHARING
Administrators or Server Operators for the domain can access network resources for what?
All computers in the Domain
How do you disconnect all users using the Computer Management or the Shared Folders snap in?
click SESSIONS and then DISCONNECT ALL SESSIONS option from the ACTION menu.
What tools can be used to monitor network resources?
Computer management and shared folders Snap-In with MMC
What three folders are under the SHARED FOLDER section of Computer Management or the Shared Folders snap in?
Shares, Sessions, Open Files.
Administrators or Server Operators for the domain can access network resources for what?
All computers in the Domain
Why would you force changes to the end users with NTFS permissions by disconnecting them?
Because open files will not have permissions changed untill the end user closes and reopens them.
In the computer management or shared folder snap in, whar are the subsections of the SHARED FOLDER?
Shares, Sessions and Open Files
What happens to the end user of a Windows machine when they are disconnected by Computer Mgmnt or Shared Folder snap in?
The client computer will automaticlly reistablish the connection unless the STOP SHARING has been placed on the folder.
True or False. You can use the Computer Mangament or Shared folder snap in to monitor the number of connections to a shared folder.
True. This helps troubleshoot connectivity issues.
What options are available in the SESSIONS folder under SHARES in the Computer Mgmt or Shared Folder plug in?
Administrators or Power Users for a memeber server can monitor what?
Local or remote computers in the workgroup.
How do you send an Administrative message to users?
How can you force NTFS permission changes to happen immediately to the end user? There are two ways. Describe them.
Shared Folder snap in-

#1)Dissconect all users from all open files. OPEN FILES FOLDER>> ACTION MENU >> DISCONNECT ALL OPEN FILES.

#2)Dissconect all users from one open file. OPEN FILES >> DETAILS PANE >> SELECTY OPEN FILE >> ACTION MENU >> CLOSE OPEN FILE.

Dissconnecting users from a shared folder can result in what?
Data Loss
What are some common reasons to send an Administrative message to users on the network?
Performing backups or restores.

When disconnecting user(s) from a resource.

Upgrading hardware/software

Shutting down the server.
What can you monitor on a network with the Computer Mgmnt or Shared Folder snap in?
What can you do to prevent a user from reconnecting to a shared folder after you have disconnected the user from the shared folder?
How do you disconnect a specific user using Computer Management or the Shared Folder snap in?
SHARED FOLDER >> SESSIONS >> SELECT USER in the details pane, then CLOSE SESSION from the ACTION pull down menu.
How can you prevent users loosing data when you stop sharing a folder?
Alert them with Administrative messages.
Why would you want to monitor access resources?
How can you create and manage shares on a remote computer?
Why would you disconnect users with Computer Mgmnt or Shared Folders snap in?
#1) Have changes to NTFS permissions take effect immediately. #2) Free up idle connections when limit of connections has been reached. #3)When you have to shut down a server.
How can you monitor user sessions?
Computer Management or Shared Folder snap-in.