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You’re planning to disable the USB port on all of the computers in your organization, but you’re concerned about your end user community re-enabling the ports on individual systems. What’s the easiest way to ensure that the hardware changes are protected from any end-user modifications?
Your organization would like to purchase a high-end document printer to use with Windows XP. Because of the costs involved, you need to be certain that the printer is compatible with Windows XP Professional. What’s the best way to confirm that the printer is compatible with Windows XP?
During the Windows startup process, which file is responsible for identifying the hardware inside of the computer?
When working with hardware, you may need to test the operation and functionality of the physical ports on a computer. What tool allows you to run diagnostics software to test the physical operation of computer ports?
The boot process of a computer goes through many processes before it is ready for user interaction. What part of this boot process performs a comprehensive check of the computer’s hardware?