The following questions reinforce key information presented in this chapter. If you're unable to answer a question, review the appropriate lesson and then try again. Appendix A, "Questions and Answers," provides answers to the questions.
- As you migrate from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000, you find that your DHCP clients are unable to contact a DHCP server. What's the most likely cause of this problem?
- How would you ensure that your applications work correctly under Windows 2000 when you migrate? What do you do if they don't work?
- All users in one particular part of a building are taking a long time to log on to Windows 2000. By contrast, other users in the same building are logging on quickly. What's the likely cause of this problem?
- During your migration to a multi-domain model in Windows 2000, your clients have no trouble logging on to the domain. After all your domain controllers have become Windows 2000 domain controllers, you switch to native mode. Some of your clients are no longer able to log on. What happened?
- List three problems that can occur if your domain isn't synchronized.