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You want to install Windows 2000 Professional on 30 PXE-compliant computers and 35 non-PXE-compliant computers. All 65 computers are included on the current hardware compatibility list (HCL). You create a RIS image. You load the image on the RIS server. You then start the 65 computers.

You find that the 30 PXE-Compliant computers can connect to the RIS server.

However, the 35 non-PXE-compliant computers fail to connect to the RIS server. What should you do?

A.Run Rbfg.exe to create a Non-PXE-compliant startup disk.

B.Run Riprep.exe to create a Non-PXE complaint startup disk.

C.Grant the Everyone group NTFS Read permission for the RIS image.

D.Grant the Administrators group NTFS Read permission for the RIS image.

参考答案
正确答案:A
解析:Explanation: Non-PXE compliant clients need to use a network boot disk to be able to connect to the RIS server. This boot disk can be created using the RBFG.EXE utility (remote boot floppy generator).

Incorrect answers:
B: Riprep.exe is used to make a disk image. It is not used to create non-PXE-compliant startup disks. RBFG.EXE is used to create this bootable disk

C: The 30 PXE-compliant computers were able to load the image. Therefore there is no problem with the NTFS permissions on the RIS image.

D: The 30 PXE-compliant computers were able to load the image. Therefore there is no problem with the NTFS permissions on the RIS image.
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