• Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT)
1. • is the tool that simplifies the process of migrating users, computers, and groups to new domains. It is not used to migrate files and desktop settings.
• .acw file format
1. • a file created through the accessibility wizard that defines the accessibility options set for the computer
2. • by double clicking the .acw file you will restore the options to the computer
• Address resource record
1. • A resource record used to map a Domain Name System (DNS) domain name to a host Internet Protocol (IP) address on the network
• Administrative templates
1. • Conf.adm to change NetMeeting conferencing software settings.
2. • Windows.adm to define user interface options for Windows 95 and Windows 98 clients.
3. • System.adm to configure core settings such as disabling the Run command and Control Panel.
4. • Inetres.adm to set Internet Explorer policy settings
• ADMT - Active Directory Migration Tool
1. • the tool that simplifies the process of migrating users, computers and groups to new domains.
2. • It is not used to migrate files and desktop settings
• Share Permissions vs NTFS Permissions
1. • Share Permissions
2. o Change
3. o Full Control
4. o Read
• Sharing models
1. • two distinctly different sharing models:
o Simple File Sharing. o Classic sharing.
• Show Sounds
1. • Instructs programs to display captions for program speech and sounds
2. • Configured from the sounds tab in control panel
• Shutdown.exe (Remote shutdown tool)
1. • Allows logoff, shutdown or restarts on local or remote PCs
2. • Windows includes a command-line utility, Shutdown.exe, that allows you to log off, shut down, or restart a computer. The companion CD has an alternative version of Shutdown.exe that also allows you to put your system into standby or hibernation.
SID - Security Identifier
1. Unique to each computer
• Sigverif.exe (File Signature Verifier)
1. • Verifies that the selected file is signed and authorized to run under Windows XP
2. • Determines if a file has been assigned a digital signature and whether that file has been modified after being assigned that digital signature.