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Chapter 1

INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

OVERVIEW

  • Describe support features of Windows XP Professional

  • Identify security technologies in Windows XP Professional

  • Identify the role of Windows XP Professional in the enterprise

  • Log on to a Windows XP Professional computer


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

OVERVIEW OF WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

  • Windows XP architecture

  • Intelligent user interface

  • Hardware support


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

WINDOWS XP ARCHITECTURE

  • Based on Windows NT kernel architecture

  • Supports Plug and Play

  • Applications run in protected memory space

  • Supports 64-bit processors


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

INTELLIGENT USER INTERFACE

  • Start menu

  • Taskbar

  • Desktop





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HARDWARE SUPPORT

  • Enhanced device driver support

  • CD and DVD recording

  • Autoconfiguration for multiple network connectivity


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WINDOWS XP DEVICE DRIVERS

  • Driver signing guarantees tested drivers

  • Problem drivers can be “rolled back”




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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

DEVICE DRIVER ROLLBACK (continued)




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USING HELP AND SUPPORT OPTIONS

  • Help and Support Center

  • Remote Assistance

  • Support troubleshooters








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WINDOWS XP SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES

  • Windows Firewall

  • Security Center

  • Attachment Manager

  • Encrypting File System

  • Security management policies





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ENCRYPTING FILE SYSTEM (EFS)

  • Encrypts files on disk

  • Integrated with NTFS file system

  • Not compatible with NTFS compression


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

MANAGING SECURITY WITH GROUP POLICY


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

THE ROLE OF WINDOWS XP IN ORGANIZATIONS

  • Workgroup networks

  • Domain networks


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WINDOWS XP IN A WORKGROUP NETWORK

  • Simple to design and implement

  • Localized security

  • Convenient for smaller networks; does not scale well


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

WINDOWS XP IN A DOMAIN NETWORK

  • More complex to design and implement

  • Centralized security

  • Required for large networks; scales very well



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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

LOGGING ON TO WINDOWS XP (CONTINUED)


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

SUMMARY

  • Windows XP is based on the Windows NT kernel

  • Windows XP has many new usability features:

    • Driver signing

    • Device driver rollback

    • CD and DVD recording


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SUMMARY (CONTINUED)

  • The Help and Support Center has many help resources:

    • Task-based help

    • Search for help topics

    • Ask for assistance


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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

SUMMARY (CONTINUED)

  • Windows XP provides several security technologies:

    • Security Center

    • Encrypting File System

    • Windows Firewall

    • Policy-based security management


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