Oral Exam

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1. Explain the I/O process. Describes any operation, program, or device that transfers data to or from a computer. Typical I/O devices are printers, hard disks, keyboards, and mouses. 2. You typed “abcd”, but the local printer prints garbled text. How do you resolve this issue? You have the wrong printer driver. For the printer you are using. Delete the current printer configuration and install the right driver. If you don’t have the disk with the driver go online and download the correct driver. 3. What is the OSI model? (Open Systems Interconnection) is a model that characterizes the internal funcions of a communication system by partitioning it into abstraction layers. It helps provide error-free communications across a network and…show more content…
Verify persistent route table entries, 8. Use the tracert command, 9. Verify server services on the other computer, 10. Check IP security on the server. 2. Define a windows domain a windows domain is a form of computer network in which all user accounts, computers, printers and other security principals, are registered with a central database (called a directory service) located on one or more clusters of central computers known as domain controllers. 3. What are the steps to determine what domain a computer belongs to? Open system by clicking start button, right click computer, and then click on properties. If your computer is connected to a domain, under computer name, domain, and workgroup settings, you’ll see the name of the domain your computer belongs to. If your computer is connected to a workgroup, you’ll see the nae of the workgroup your computer belongs to. 4. List 3 possible reasons why a user cannot log on to a domain. Changes to the group policy such as blocking interactive logins on a domain member computers or by users in a certain group or OU, Check the settings on user account because perhaps some script has placed the wrong restrictions on the accounts, the domain name may be incorrect. 5. What function can windows server provide for a SOHO? (NetServerDiskEnum) returns a list of locak disk drives on a server, (NetServerEnum) List all visible servers of a particular type or types in the specified domain, (NetServerGetInfo) Returns
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