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(UCS) stands for what? p613

Unicode Character Set

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This applet is used when you want to configure the browser environment and such things as the programs used to work with files found online. p613

Internet Options Applet

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From within this one relatively innocuous panel you can make a large number of configuration changes to a Windows machine. p615

System Control Applet

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What are some of the system control applets options that are available to use in this applet. p615

General
Network Identification
Device Manager
Hardware
Hardware Profiles
User Profiles
Environment Variables
Startup and Recovery
Performance
System Restore
Automatic Updates
Remote
Computer Name
Advanced

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Gives you an overview of the system such as OS version registration information basic hardware levels (processor and RAM) and the service pack level that's installed if any. p616

General tab

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This tab is used to define whether the machine is in a workgroup or a domain environment. p616

Computer Name

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Loosely associated computers each of which is its own security authority that share a common workgroup name.p616

Workgroup

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A group of computers that is tightly connected or associated and share a common domain name. Has a single authority (called a domain controller) that manages security for all the computers. p616

Domain

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This tab includes a number of tools, all of which allow you to change how the hardware on your machine is used. p616

Hardware

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To minimize the risks involved with adding third-party software to your machine Microsoft came up with a technique called what? p616

Driver Signing

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Has three subheading, each of which can be configured separately. They're not identical in windows versions, however and this could also be called Etc. tab. p617

Advanced

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The tab you can find in Advance tab is? p 617

Performance
Environment Variables
User Profiles
Startup and Recovery

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Environment Variables There are two types of environment variables, and you can access either one by clicking the Environment Variables button: p 618

User Variables: Specify settings that are specific to an individual user and do not affect others who log on to the machine. System Variables: Set for all users on the machine. System variables are used to provide information needed by the system when running applications or performing system tasks

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System and user variables were extremely important in the early days of what? p618

DOS and Windows

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This profile contains information about their settings and preferences. p618

User Profiles

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In the user profile you will be given three options what are the opions. p618

Delete
Change Type
Copy To

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Removes the user’s profile entirely. When that user logs on again, they will be given a fresh profile taken from the system default. p618

Delete

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Allows you to configure a profile as local (the default) or roaming. If a user works at two machines, each machine will use a different profile. p618

Change Type

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Copies a profile from one user to another. Often the source profile is a template set up to provide a standard configuration. p618

Copy To

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When it’s enabled on one or more drives, the operating system monitors the changes you make on your drives. From time to time it creates what is called a restore point. Then, if you have a system crash, it can restore your data back to the restore point. p619

System Protection/System Restore

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lets you enable or disable Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop. p619

Remote

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Windows lets you configure how you want to handle updating the OS. You can specify that you want to automatically download updates or notify the user when updates are available (but not automatically install them), or you can turn off the feature. p620

Automatic Updates (Windows XP Only)

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knows as Action Center in Windows 7 (WSCUI.CPL) is used to manage the firewall, automatic updates, and virus protection. From here, you can manage settings for Internet options as well and see any maintenance or troubleshooting issues that you need to attend to.
p620

The Security Center Applet

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can be used to manage the firewall included with the operating system. Figure 13.5 shows the interface for Windows 7. p620

The Windows Firewall Applet

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allows you to configure a power plan dictating when devices, namely the display and the computer, will to turn off or be put to sleep. p620

The Power Options Applet

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(MS-DOS) stands for what? p620

Microsoft Disk Operating System (MS-DOS) was never meant to be extremely user friendly. Its roots are in CP/M, which in turn has its roots in UNIX. Both of these older OSs are command line based, and so is MS-DOS.

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A number of diagnostic utilities are often run at the command prompt, and they can be broken into two categories: p621

networking and operating system

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The networking command-line tools you are expected to know for this exam are? p621

PING, TRACERT, NETSTAT, IPCONFIG, NET, NSLOOKUP, and NBTSTAT

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is one of the most useful commands in the TCP/IP protocol. It sends a series of packets to another system, which in turn sends back a response. This utility can be extremely useful for troubleshooting problems with remote hosts. p622

PING command

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is a command-line utility that enables you to verify the route to a remote host. p623

TRACERT Command