70-215 QOTD 17/05/2004

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  1. AJ

    AJ 01000001 01100100 01101101 01101001 01101110 Administrator

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    To apply a new service pack via Service pack slipstreaming, what command will you use?

    A)update.exe with the /slip switch

    B)setup.exe with the /slip switch

    C)apply.exe with the /slip switch

    D)update.exe with the /sp switch

    E)setup.exe with the /sp switch

    F)apply.exe with the /sp switch
     
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  2. SimonV
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    I'll go for A
     
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  3. nugget
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    My choice is also A.
     
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  4. Phoenix
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    i'll go with A too
    i dont recall ever using the /slip switch myself
    usually did update.exe /s <path of dir to i386 dir to integrate with>
     
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  5. tripwire45
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    A looks good. To quote MS:
     
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  6. AJ

    AJ 01000001 01100100 01101101 01101001 01101110 Administrator

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    Correct answer is: A

    Explanation: According to the official MS 215 Training Kit: Service pack slipstreaming refers to a service pack being integrated with an updated version of Windows 2000 on a CD-ROM or on a network share. When Windows 2000 is installed from either source, the appropriate files from the service pack are installed without having to manually apply the service pack after the installation.
    To apply a new service pack, you will have to use the update.exe with the /slip switch; this will copy the updated service pack files over the existing Windows 2000 files.
     
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