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A computer is running Windows 3.5.1, can it be upgraded to 2000?
YES
WINNT 32 command line

/copysource:folder_name
Creates a temporary additional folder within the folder in which the Windows 2000 files are installed. For example, if the source folder contains a folder called Private_drivers that has modifications just for your site, you can type /copysource:Private_drivers to have Setup copy that folder to your installed Windows 2000 folder and use its files during Setup. So then the temporary folder location would be C:\Winnt\Private_drivers. Unlike the folders /copydir creates, /copysource folders are deleted after Setup completes.

WINNT32 COMMAND LINE

/debug[level]:[filename]
Creates a debug log at the level specified, for example, /debug4:C:\Win2000.log. The default log file is C:\%Windir%\Winnt32.log, with the debug level set to 2. The log levels are as follows: 0-severe errors, 1-errors, 2-warnings, 3-information, and 4-detailed information for debugging. Each level includes the levels below it.
WINNT32 Command line Options

/s:sourcepath
Specifies the source location of the Windows 2000 files. To simultaneously copy files from multiple servers, specify multiple /s sources. If you use multiple /s switches, the first specified server must be available or Setup will fail.

WINNT32

/copydir:folder_name
Creates an additional folder within the folder in which the Windows 2000 files are installed. For example, if the source folder contains a folder called Private_drivers that has modifications just for your site, you can type /copydir:Private_drivers to have Setup copy that folder to your installed Windows 2000 folder. So then the new folder location would be C:\Winnt\Private_drivers. You can use /copydir to create as many additional folders as you want.
WINNT32 command line

/syspart:drive_letter
Specifies that you can copy Setup startup files to a hard disk, mark the disk as active, and then install the disk into another computer. When you start that computer, it automatically starts with the next phase of the Setup . You must always use the /tempdrive parameter with the /syspart parameter.

The /syspart switch for Winnt32.exe only runs from a computer that already has Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000 installed on it. It cannot be run from Windows 9x.

What is correct upgrade path for Windows 3.11?
3.11 to Windows 3.5.1 or NT4 NT4 to 2000
WINNT32 command line

/syspart:drive_letter
Specifies that you can copy Setup startup files to a hard disk, mark the disk as active, and then install the disk into another computer. When you start that computer, it automatically starts with the next phase of the Setup . You must always use the /tempdrive parameter with the /syspart parameter.

What three items are listed in the Event Viewer?
Application Log
Security Log
System Log
WINNT32 Command line Options

/tempdrive:drive_letter
Directs Setup to place temporary files on the specified partition and to install Windows 2000 on that partition.

A computer is running Windows 3.1, can it be upgraded to 2000?
No, it must be upgraded nt4 first
True or false: The Performance Monitor is a snap in.
True
What is APM
Advanced Power Management
What is the default name for a manditory profile?
ntuser.man
WINNT32 Command Line

/checkupgradeonly
Checks your computer for upgrade compatibility with Windows 2000. For Windows 95 or Windows 98 upgrades, Setup creates a report named Upgrade.txt in the Windows installation folder. For Windows NT 3.51 or 4.0 upgrades, it saves the report to the Winnt32.log in the installation folder.

WINNT32 command line

/udf:id[,UDB_file]
ndicates an identifier (id) that Setup uses to specify how a Uniqueness Database (UDB) file modifies an answer file (see the /unattend entry). The UDB overrides values in the answer file, and the identifier determines which values in the UDB file are used. For example, /udf:RAS_user,Our_company.udb overrides settings specified for the identifier RAS_user in the Our_company.udb file. If no UDB_file is specified, Setup prompts the user to insert a disk that contains the $Unique$.udb file.
What are the three options under APPLICATIONS within the task manager?
END TASK
SWITCH TO
NEW TASK
A computer is running Windows 3.5, can it be upgraded to 2000?
No, it must be upgraded to 3.5.1 and then 2000
Windows 2k can change its IP without rebooting. True or False
True, new option, can change from static to dhcp without reboot
What are the left selection options for the Performance Snap in?
System Monitor, Performance Logs and Alerts
WINNT32 Command Line

/noreboot
Instructs Setup to not restart the computer after the file copy phase of winnt32 is completed so that you can execute another command.
What is a screen saver that can cause problems and memory leaks?
Anything that uses Open GL
What is UPS?
Uninteruptable Power Supply
What are the three tabs under the Windows Task Manager?
Applications, Proceeses, Performance.
What utility will also help with manditory profiles to help secure a computer's usage?
Policy Editor
WINNT32 Command line Options

/unattend[num]:[answer_file]
Performs a fresh installation in unattended Setup mode. The answer file provides Setup with your custom specifications.
Num is the number of seconds between the time that Setup finishes copying the files and when it restarts your computer. You can use num on any computer running Windows NT or Windows 2000.
Answer_file is the name of the answer file.

WIN32 Command Line

/makelocalsource
Instructs Setup to copy all installation source files to your local hard disk. Use /makelocalsource when installing from a CD to provide installation files when the CD is not available later in the installation.

How much disk space is required to hibernate?
It depends on apps running and free hard drive space.
A computer is running Windows 98 First Edition , can it be upgraded to 2000?
Yes
Performance options can be found where?
Administrative Tools > Performance
What is the default name for a roaming profile?
ntuser.dat on the server side
WINNT32 Command Line

/cmdcons
Adds to the operating system selection screen a Recovery Console option for repairing a failed installation. It is only used post-Setup.

WINNT32 Command Line

/m:folder_name
Specifies that Setup copies replacement files from an alternate location. Instructs Setup to look in the alternate location first and if files are present, use them instead of the files from the default location.

WINNT32 Command Line

/cmd:command_line
Instructs Setup to carry out a specific command before the final phase of Setup. This would occur after your computer has restarted twice and after Setup has collected the necessary configuration information, but before Setup is complete.

How to you set the hibernation options in w2k?
CONTROL PANEL >> POWER OPTIONS >> HIBERNATE TAB
A computer is running Windows 95, can it be upgraded to 2000?
Yes
Where are profiles stored?
Documents and Settings
What are the options on the Power Saving section of the Control panel. Name the tabs
Power Schemes, Advanced, Hibernate, APM, UPS.
Where can you enable full extensions of files not to be hidden?
MY COMPUTER>> TOOLS>> FOLDER OPTIONS>> VIEW
What is the default name for a local profile?
ntuser.dat