Well thats what I put. I wonder whether everyone will get it wrong or right.Casmira said:but the 'best' answer was system defragmenting (or was it scan disk?) either way, that was only because its a system tool
I'm pretty positive it is D, the disk cleanup and defrag tools. Because if you look at the question, it quotes "the use of an operating system tool. and the only tools there that are in an operating system which they expect you to know(windows) is Disk Cleanup and Defragmentation.Casmira said:I found 1 multiple choice question a little difficult, that was the system tool that configures hardware, technically you don't configure hardware in any of those, but the 'best' answer was system defragmenting (or was it scan disk?) either way, that was only because its a system tool
What about this (in Windows XP):Casmira said:yeh but disk clean up and defragment dont modify the hard drive configuration >_<
Did ya remember to show all working?Glenn198718 said:Back up question i think completely got wrong how many tapes did you say they would use in a week i put 5 but i think that was wrong. and the editing question i think i did alright in that too
If you want more techie, jump into a cisco course ;-) Even IPT is better than IT techie wise, but 1/2 is business too.MistaED said:The test was simple, what are you talking about? More difficult than my trial though.
I never like these tests, they're always too Windows-biased, like the absolute/relative question. Plus they have too much business info and not enough techie questions And if you use an answer which is way beyond the windows-biased course, you get marked wrong
As for the tapes for backing up, I calculated 12, anyone else get that?
Just wanted to add my 2 cents, and first post yay.
I'm not sure if this is the question exactly, but itt was a 200gb hdd with 100gb backups I think, with Monday-Thursday being incremental 100gb. Each tape is 50gb.It asked how many tapes needed for one weekly backup. not a tape rotation scheme! how did u get 12
That was right up the top of the question, you musta seen it because all the parts referenced it, the tape capacity didn't change between parts.Cognosis said:oh dear...I screwed that question. Although I don't recall them telling us the size of the tapes
Thats what I did.MistaED said:I'm not sure if this is the question exactly, but itt was a 200gb hdd with 100gb backups I think, with Monday-Thursday being incremental 100gb. Each tape is 50gb.
So do the maths, 2x 50 tapes, x 4 days = 8 tapes there, and then the full backup is 4 tapes for Friday. All up 12 tapes.
I hope the markers won't be retarded and say a min 8 tapes can be used or something stupid like that, saying those incrementals are redundant and 4 being overwritten for the full.