You install Terminal Services on a Windows 2000 domain controller. You install Terminal Services Client on users' client computers. Users report that when they try to connect to the Terminal server, they receive the following error message: "The local policy of this system does not allow you to logon interactively." When you attempt to log on to the Terminal server as an administrator from a user's computer, you log on successfully. You want users to be able to log on to the Terminal server. What should you do?

How can you assign an application to one processor exclusively?

You install your boot volume on volume C on your Windows 2000 Server computer. You mirror volume C on dynamic Disk 1. Two years later, during routine server maintenance, you open Disk Management and find that the status of volume C is Failed Redundancy. The status of Disk 1 is Missing. You attempt to reactivate Disk 1, but the status of volume C does not return to Healthy. What should you do next?

You want to install Windows 2000 server on 15 new computers. You want to install, configure and test all 2000 servers before shipping them to your branch offices. You want the users at the branch offices to enter the serial numbers and computer names once they receive the computers. What should you do?

You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 server computer. The server has a single hard disk with two partitions. An application that runs on your server creates a very large log file in the SystemrootYTemp folder. There is not enough free space on the system partition to accommodate the log file. The application does not provide a way to change the path to the log file. You want to run the application on your server. What should you do?