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Question 6.6. Copying within a partition creates 2 copies of the object. The object retains its permissions. The new copy's permissions cannot be changed. (Points: 5);True;False;Question 7.7. Moving within a partition creates 2 copies of the object. The object inherits the permissions of the folder it is moved to. (Points: 5);True;False;Question 8.8. Copying from one NTFS partition to another creates two copies of the object. The object in the original location retains its permissions, unchanged. The copy of the object in the new location inherits the permissions from that new location. So the new copy can have different permissions than the original. (Points: 5);True;False;Question 9.9. Moving from an NTFS-based partition to a FAT- or FAT32-based partition creates one copy of the object. That object has no permissions at all. (Points: 5);True;False;Question 10.10. Copying from an NTFS-based partition to a FAT- or FAT32 based partition creates two copies of the object. The object in the original location retains its permissions, unchanged. The copy of the new location has no permissions at all. (Points: 5);True;False;Question 11.11. Moving from one NTFS partition to another creates one copy of the object. The object in the new location inherits the permissions of the new location. So the newly moved file cannot have different permissions than the original. (Points: 5);True;False;Question 12.12. Which of the following tools would enable you to create a new user account in Windows XP? (Points: 5);User Accounts;User Account Control;Users and Groups;Users and Passwords;Question 13.13. Which feature in Windows XP enables you to change to another user account without logging out of the current user account? (Points: 5);Change Accounts.;Fast User Switching;User Account Control;Users and Groups;Question 14.14. Members of the Users Group in Windows 2000 can do which of the following? (Points: 5);Create a group;Manage all groups;Edit the Registry;Access critical system files;15. What feature in Windows Vista provides a permission dialog for Standard Users to enter administrator credentials to accomplish various tasks reserved for the latter group? (Points: 5);User Access Command;User Access Control;User Account Command;User Account Control;Question 16.16. Which permission enables an administrator to change the ownership of a file without knowing the user account password for that file? (Points: 5);Change Permission;Change Ownership permission;Ownership permission;Take Ownership permission;Question 17.17. You copy a file from a folder on a hard drive formatted as NTFS, with permissions set to Read-Only for everyone, to a USB thumb drive formatted as FAT32. What effective permissions does the copy of the file have? (Points: 5);Read-Only for everyone;Full-control for everyone;None;You can't copy a file from an NTFS drive to a FAT32 drive.;Question 18.18. What set of folders is available to all users on a computer in Windows XP? (Points: 5);My Documents;Personal Documents;Public Folder;Shared Documents;Question 19.19. Which of the following operating systems do not allow you to disable Simple File Sharing? (Choose Two) (Points: 5);Windows XP Home;Windows XP Media Center;Windows XP Professional;Windows Vista Ultimate;Question 20.20. Which of the following file systems enable you to encrypt an image, thus making it unviewable by any account but your own?;EFS;FAT;FAT32;OSR

 

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