70-291

Discussion in 'MCSA' started by Brad from Baton Rouge, Sep 8, 2006.

  1. Right now i'm in school taking a course for the 70-291 exam and I ran into a
    huge brick wall that stops me from going any further. It has to do with the
    Lab Manual and Virtual PC.

    At the beging of chapter 2 there are these things it says you need to do
    before starting the chapter. One of the steps is authorizing the DHCP server
    on computer01 and computer02. Now everything was fine on computer01 I was
    able to run the DHCP program under "", but it wouldn't work
    on computer 02. the account work work on computer02. I
    found out some other intresting stuff about computer02. You can't log onto
    the contoso.com domain on computer02 I can only log onto atlanta.contoso.com.

    This even has my teacher stumped and she's an old veteran who has been
    teaching for forevor and knows just about everything on everything microsoft
    related.
     
    Brad from Baton Rouge, Sep 8, 2006
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  2. "Brad from Baton Rouge" <Brad from Baton >
    wrote in message news:...
    > Right now i'm in school taking a course for the 70-291 exam and I ran into

    a
    > huge brick wall that stops me from going any further. It has to do with

    the
    > Lab Manual and Virtual PC.
    >
    > At the beging of chapter 2 there are these things it says you need to do
    > before starting the chapter. One of the steps is authorizing the DHCP

    server
    > on computer01 and computer02. Now everything was fine on computer01 I was
    > able to run the DHCP program under "", but it wouldn't

    work
    > on computer 02. the account work work on computer02.

    I
    > found out some other intresting stuff about computer02. You can't log

    onto
    > the contoso.com domain on computer02 I can only log onto

    atlanta.contoso.com.
    >
    > This even has my teacher stumped and she's an old veteran who has been
    > teaching for forevor and knows just about everything on everything

    microsoft
    > related.


    Are you referring to the MS Press book or something else?

    Greetings from New Orleans!

    Jonathan
     
    Jonathan Roberts, Sep 8, 2006
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  3. Brad from Baton Rouge

    Montreal MCT Guest

    Hi Brad,

    I have one question for you that if it's no you probably will not fathom why
    I would ask, but are you using Small Business Server anywhere in these labs?
    If you are then I have your answer. If not we will have to examine further.

    M
    --
    MDG, MCT
    MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
    Certified Small Business Specialist
    Visit my blog at www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/BlogID/2/Default.aspx


    "Brad from Baton Rouge" wrote:

    > Right now i'm in school taking a course for the 70-291 exam and I ran into a
    > huge brick wall that stops me from going any further. It has to do with the
    > Lab Manual and Virtual PC.
    >
    > At the beging of chapter 2 there are these things it says you need to do
    > before starting the chapter. One of the steps is authorizing the DHCP server
    > on computer01 and computer02. Now everything was fine on computer01 I was
    > able to run the DHCP program under "", but it wouldn't work
    > on computer 02. the account work work on computer02. I
    > found out some other intresting stuff about computer02. You can't log onto
    > the contoso.com domain on computer02 I can only log onto atlanta.contoso.com.
    >
    > This even has my teacher stumped and she's an old veteran who has been
    > teaching for forevor and knows just about everything on everything microsoft
    > related.
     
    Montreal MCT, Sep 8, 2006
    #3
  4. Yes I'm using the official microsoft books. No, i'm not using small business
    server. I might just skip that part and hope i don't have the same problem
    lat on in the book.
     
    Brad from Baton Rouge, Sep 11, 2006
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  5. "Brad from Baton Rouge" <Brad from Baton >
    wrote in message news:...
    > Right now i'm in school taking a course for the 70-291 exam and I ran into
    > a
    > huge brick wall that stops me from going any further. It has to do with
    > the
    > Lab Manual and Virtual PC.


    Hi,

    Regardless of what other programs running in the lab, I would strongly
    recommend running Ms Virtual Server instead of Virtual PC for anything
    involving Windows Server and networks. I have had problems with VPC not
    behaving well on some computers before, and Virtual Server gives me peace of
    mind.

    You can run Virtual Server on Windows XP Pro if you install IIS on it rom
    the Add/Remove Windows components and its a free download.

    I believe Virtual Server also utilise processor extensions for improved
    switching between virtual machines and can be remote controlled from other
    computers as well?

    just my two kr. ;)

    --
    regards
    Tom Rune Berg
    MCP, on MCSA track
     
    Tom Rune Berg, Sep 30, 2006
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