Can we use 'net use' command to share a file?

A. Yes

B. No

You can do it
  1. TGT and TGS is related to
  2. What is the command to upgrade a Windows 2000 Server to domain controller?
  3. Is advance server is the most efficient version of Win2000 Server?
  4. Which service is used for assigning IP addresses to the clients dynamically?
  5. In a Windows 2000 Server domain Controller what utility is used to create domain user account?
  6. The Database File Name of Active Directory is:
  7. You are configuring Outlook Express to download e-mail messages from your Internet service provider.…
  8. Can we install multiple local printers using a single printer devise in Win2000 server?
  9. User passwords are case sensitive
  10. The command for starting installation of Win2000 server is
  11. NTFS permissions cannot be set on individual files.
  12. Which of the following services are not available with the standard version of Win2k Server?
  13. Which folder is used to store user profiles by default?
  14. Which piece of equipment operates at both the data-link and network layers?
  15. What is the maximum number of characters that a password may contain?
  16. The command to convert a FAT partition into NTFS is
  17. When we delete a file it is sent to the directory called
  18. Purge command is used to
  19. Dcproms programs can be run only when the Win2000 is installed in FAT32 partition.
  20. What is the maximum amount of RAM recognized by Windows 2000 Server?
  21. Which command is used to change a FAT32 partition to NTFS without losing any data?
  22. Can we use local user and group utility in a domain controller to create local user in it?
  23. User account names are case-sensitive
  24. Windows 2000 is based on
  25. User passwords are case sensitive
  26. TCP is a connectionless protocol
  27. Which utility should you use to check the IP configuration on a Windows 2000 computer?
  28. A user name cannot contain : or = character.
  29. Which of the following can be used to create partition
  30. Profile information is stored in NTprofile.Dat file.