You are required to quote each requiredstep with your screenshots accordingly. Do not skip steps. This project will require accuracy, proper grammar, organization, and attention to detail.
Before start, makesure your computer has C:\Temp folder available, if not, create it thencontinue the next steps:
1. OpenWindows Explorer, create a new folder called C:\Temp\yourname-folderand make it a Shareable. Type a command(?) to record the new shared folder and the computer name. If this computeris a different node from Part-I- Step-2 you worked on, you must refer thiscomputer as your new Master computer.
[url removed, login to view] at another computer as a Client, from the same network. (Client can be either Win2000/2003, Vista, Windows-XP, or Window7. Never change the computer name). Make a screenshot to show the Clientcomputer name. You need to be able to reach Master from [url removed, login to view] your approaches. Stay withthe Client.
3. Key-Step: From the Client,use TWO different commands (??)making two network connections with the shared-folder you just created inStep-1 on Master. Note: you’re requiredto stay on the Client to connectwith the same share from the Mastercomputer. When finish mapping Master’sshare with the two commands, type anothercommand (?) to verify all the mapped drives. Screenshot your approach and answer which drive letters (??) areused for these two network connection? Stay with Client.
4a. Usea Redirector command (?) to create a simple filenamed with your initials at C:\temp folder of the Client computer.
4b. Key step: With the mappeddrive on the Client computer you made at Step-3, using a Redirector (?) to send a simple file named “(your-initials)[url removed, login to view]” containingthe contents of C:\Temp ofthe Client computer to C:\Temp\yourname-folderon the Master thatyou created in the Step-1. Provide no more than 2 screenshots for yourapproach. Using a command (?) toprove that the file you send over to the Master computer folder contains C:\Tempcontents of the Client computer. Stay on the Client.
5. Key step: Based on Step-4b,using another Redirector (?) to sendthe contents of your Client computer’sname (?) to the same file (“(your-initials)[url removed, login to view]”) that Step-4b created. Screenshot to show the contents of the new file “(your-initials)[url removed, login to view]”from the Master shared folder (Note: the contents of the new file shouldcontain the contents of both C:\Temp and Client computer name!)
6. Keystep: Stay at the Client, use a previous learned Windows utilityto show the following status from Mastercomputer:
a) all the Shared Folders.
b) the Hard-drive status including thepartitions, file system, available size..
c) the Windows Security logs
Youare required to provide ONE screenshot to all the above results.
7. AtClient, use only one command (?) to Disconnectall the Network Drives you currently connect, then, close WindowsExplorer and all other windows and logoff, and Shutdown the Client computer. Screenshot your process.(if you use more than one steps to do that, it’d not be a perfect answer)
8. Go back Master->open Command Prompt, instead ofusing GUI, you’re required to use commands (?) to delete your sharedresources, your folders, and the files if any, that youcreated at Step-1 of this part. Empty the Trash if anything are in there. Screenshot your process. This is a mandatory step!
9. Screenshot- Close all windows, logoff and Shutdown Master computer.
Part-1b: Windows 2003 Admin Practice
(preferred working with lab resources)
1. Pre-request: Working with Windows7/ Vista, XP Professional, 2000, or 2003, launch a MMC.Snap-in one of system utilities - PerformanceMonitor. Provide one screenshot with your solution.
2. Launch a command (?) to show the properties ofMy Computer (the icon on your desktop)
3. Give ascreenshot how to launch a command (?) to start Microsoft Windows Update (a