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You are the administrator of your company's network. An employee named Mark is leaving the company. A new employee named Eric has been hired to replace him.

Mark has a local user account on a Windows 2000 Professional computer. Mark has rights to multiple files and folders on the computer.

You want Eric to have the same rights and permissions that Mark has. You want to ensure that Mark will no longer have access to the files and folders. You want to accomplish this with least administrative effort.

What should you do?

A.Rename Mark's user account to Eric and change the account password.

B.Create Eric's account by copying Mark's profile to Eric's account. Delete Mark's account.

C.Create Eric's account by copying Marks account. Delete Mark's account.

D.Delete Mark's account. Add Eric's account. Add Eric to the same groups to which Mark belonged. Grant Eric to all the individual user rights and permissions that Mark had.

参考答案
正确答案:A
解析:Explanation: A user account and the permission and rights attached to them can easily be transferred to another user by renaming the account and changing the password. By renaming Mark's user account and by changing the password, Eric will have the same rights and permissions as Mark had, and Mark will not be able to use his old account. This provides the solution with least amount of administrative effort.

Incorrect Answers:
B: Copying Mark's profile to Eric's account will not give Eric the permissions Mark had. Instead Eric will have the same desktop settings.

C:Every user account has a unique Security Identifier (SID). When Mark's account is copied the resulting account, Eric's account, will not have the same permissions.

D: This solution will meet the requirements of this scenario; however, it is not the solution with least administrative effort. Therefore this is not the best solution. The best solution would be to rename Marks account and change the password. This would provide Eric with the same rights and permission that Mark had and would not require us to do any additional administrative work on Eric's account.
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