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The network consists of a single domain named Ezonexam.com that includes 20 Windows NT workstation 4.0 client computers. All other client computers are Windows 2000 Professional computers. You install Terminal Services on one of the Windows Server computers and Terminal Services Client on the 20 Windows NT Workstation 4.0 client computers. You create a system policy on the server that is configured as the terminal server. This system policy denies access to Network Neighborhood. You find that the users of the terminal server can still browse the network when they open My Network Places from Windows 2000 Professional computer or when they open Network Neighborhood from Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers.

You want to prevent all users from browsing the network.

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.Create a Windows Group Policy that denies user access to My Network Places.

B.Copy the Windows NT policy file to the 20 Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers.

C.Create a Windows NT 4.0 default user policy on the Windows 2000 Server computer that is configured as the PDC emulator.

D.Modify the Windows NT policy template file so that you can restrict access to both My Network Places and Network Neighborhood. Save the policy file on the terminal server.

E.Configure the terminal server to use Application server mode. Select the Permissions compatible with Terminal Server 4.0 Users option.

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正确答案:AC
解析:Explanation: The primary domain controller (PDC) is the server that maintains the master copy of the domain's user-accounts database and that validates logon requests. Prior to Windows 2000 every Windows NT network domain was required to have one, and only one, PDC. If you want to deny users of the terminal server browsing ability of the Network Neighborhood, you should create a group policy that denies access to My Network Places. (Microsoft is colloquially stuck with Network Neighborhood for My Network Places.)
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