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Can a global group be created in a member server?

A. Yes

B. No

You can do it
  1. The command for starting installation of Win2000 server is
  2. What can be used in the place of DNS to resolve host names to IP addresses?
  3. The universal groups can contain
  4. If we want to run Nwadmin from DOS prompt what is the command we use?
  5. The universal groups can contain
  6. Which folder is used to store user profiles by default?
  7. Which file contains active directory database?
  8. NTFS permissions cannot be set on individual files.
  9. DHCP is used for Dynamic address allocation for win2000 networking hosts
  10. Which of the following can be used to create partition
  11. What is the command to upgrade a Windows 2000 Server to domain controller?
  12. Identify the topology and network type that uses a central hub with cables connected to workstations.
  13. Which of the following commands would you use to determine the configuration of your IP settings?
  14. An Administrator account is created when you install the Windows 2000 Server.
  15. Can we delete a folder, which is shared?
  16. Purge command is used to
  17. roaming user Profile is stored on a computer's local hard disk.
  18. To use netbios name resolution in TCP/IP environments, we use
  19. In a domain we can create
  20. When we delete a file it is sent to the directory called
  21. User passwords are case sensitive
  22. Can we use 'net use' command to share a file?
  23. Which of the following services are not available with the standard version of Win2k Server?
  24. Can a global group be created in a member server?
  25. We can limit space usage by users by applying disk quota using
  26. The command to create a Win2000 boot disk is
  27. A roaming user Profile is stored on a computer's local hard disk.
  28. Bootsect.dos file is activated by NTLDR, when we don't choose Win 2000 from the boot option in a dual…
  29. The minimum processor speed requirement for a P.C. where Windows2000 server O.S. is to be installed
  30. Profile information is stored in NTprofile.Dat file.