When you’re troubleshooting a technical issue, you need access to every possible tool to help resolve the problem. In this video, you’ll learn how to view system information, how to restore the system configuration from an automated backup, how to connect to remove devices using Remote Desktop, and much more.
Although Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista have similarities, there are a number of differences in the underlying organization of files. In this video, you’ll learn the differences in user file locations, system file locations, temporary file differences, and much more.
One of your clients has deleted a critical system file from the Windows boot partition, and now the operating system won’t start. Which of these options provides you with the best method to replace the files?
During the Windows XP clean install process, what file system option(s) are available? Select one answer.
Which Windows file system provides capabilities such as quotas, file compression, encryption, and large file support?