Windows and Web Terminology
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1 100BASET The Ethernet standard for local area networks using twisted-pair cable carrying data at 100 megabits per second (Mbps).

2 3. 10base2 The Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 standard for baseband local area networks using a thin coaxial cable up to 200 meters long and carrying data at 10 megabits per second (Mbps). Cables connect to network adapters by a BNC connector.

3 10BASET The Ethernet standard for local area networks using twisted-pair cable carrying data at 10 megabits per second (Mbps).

4 ACTIVE Describes the window or icon that you are currently using or that is currently selected. The operating system always applies the next keystroke or command you choose to the active window. Windows or icons on the desktop that are not selected are inactive. See also: channel

5 ACTIVE CONTENT Dynamic content, such as a stock ticker, a weather map, or news, that is usually updated from the World Wide Web or a channel.

6 ACTIVE DIRECTORY The directory service that stores information about objects on a network and makes this information available to users and network administrators. Active Directory gives network users access to permitted resources anywhere on the network using a single logon process. It provides network administrators with an intuitive, hierarchical view of the network and a single point of administration for all network objects.. See also: directory partition; service 

7 ACTIVE DIRECTORY USERS AND COMPUTERS An administrative tool designed to perform day-to-day Active Directory administration tasks. These tasks include creating, deleting, modifying, moving, and setting permissions on objects stored in the directory. These objects include organizational units, users, contacts, groups, computers, printers, and shared file objects.. See also: permission; Active Directory; object 

8 ACTIVE PARTITION A partition from which an x86-based computer starts up. The active partition must be a primary partition on a basic disk. If you use Windows exclusively, the active partition can be the same as the system volume.. See also: basic disk; primary partition; system partition; system volume; x86

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1. _____ = The Ethernet standard for local area networks using twisted-pair cable carrying data at 100 megabits per second (Mbps).

1. 100baset 2. 10base2 3. 10baset 4. 100baset
5. active content 6. active directory 7. active directory users and computers 8.  active partition

2. _____ = The Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 standard for baseband local area networks using a thin coaxial cable up to 200 meters long and carrying data at 10 megabits per second (Mbps). Cables connect to network adapters by a BNC connector.
1. 100baset 2.  10base2 3.  10baset 4.  active
5.  active content 6.  active directory 7.  active directory users and computers  8.  active partition

3. _____ = The Ethernet standard for local area networks using twisted-pair cable carrying data at 10 megabits per second (Mbps).
1. 100baset 2.  10base2 3.  10baset 4.  active
5.  active content 6.  active directory 7.  active directory users and computers 8.  active partition 


4. _____ = Dynamic content, such as a stock ticker, a weather map, or news, that is usually updated from the World Wide Web or a channel.
1. 100baset 2.  10base2 3.  10baset 4.  active
5.  active content 6.  active directory 7.  active directory users and computers  8.  active partition


5. _____ = Describes the window or icon that you are currently using or that is currently selected. The operating system always applies the next keystroke or command you choose to the active window. Windows or icons on the desktop that are not selected are inactive. See also: channel
1.  100baset 2. 0base2 3.  10baset 4.  active
5.  active content 6.  active directory 7.  active directory users and computers 8.  active partition 


6. _____ = The directory service that stores information about objects on a network and makes this information available to users and network administrators.  Gives network users access to permitted resources anywhere on the network using a single logon process. It provides network administrators with an intuitive, hierarchical view of the network and a single point of administration for all network objects.. See also: directory partition; service 
1. 100baset 2.  10base2 3.  10baset 4.  active
5.  active content 6.  active directory 7.  active directory users and computers  8.   active partition


7. _____ = A partition from which an x86-based computer starts up. Must be a primary partition on a basic disk. If you use Windows exclusively, can be the same as the system volume.. See also: basic disk; primary partition; system partition; system volume; x86
1.  100baset 2.  10base2 3.  10baset 4.  active
5.  active content 6.  active directory 7.  active directory users and computers  8.  active partition 


8. _____ = An administrative tool designed to perform day-to-day Active Directory administration tasks. These tasks include creating, deleting, modifying, moving, and setting permissions on objects stored in the directory. These objects include organizational units, users, contacts, groups, computers, printers, and shared file objects.. See also: permission; Active Directory; object 
1. 100baset 2. 10base2 3. 10baset 4. active
5.  active content 6. active directory 7.  active directory users and computers 8.  active partition 


 

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