NET COMMANDS

A Windows Server 2003 computer is configured as a print server for a print
device that has a built-in network interface. Users of the print device report that
they cannot print to it.
You confirm that the correct IP address and drivers are being used. You suspect
that there is a problem with the MAC to IP address resolution on the print server.
You want to find out which MAC address the print jobs are being sent to.
Which command should you run on the print server?
A. net session
B. netstat.exe
C. netsh.exe
D. netcap.exe
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kunalclkAsked:
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Mike KlineConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I guess I'd use netcap if given these choices   http://www.windowsitpro.com/article/tips/q-how-do-i-use-the-netcap-exe-network-monitor-capture-utility-that-is-included-in-the-windows-xp-and-windows-server-2003-support-tools-.aspx

...to be honest I'd probably use wireshark or netmon instead if I wanted to run a network trace.

Is this an exam question?

Thanks

Mike
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relliott66Commented:
D is the correct answer
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relliott66Commented:
I agree with Mike :)  Given the answer above I'd stick to A like I said in my original answer but why use them when you can use Wireshark :)

Mike - looks like an exam question to me as well
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Krzysztof PytkoConnect With a Mentor Senior Active Directory EngineerCommented:
I agree, D is correct :)

@Mike: yes, 290 exam :)

@kunalclk: Have you considered using Test Out(s) for exam preparation? There is no exact exam question but it prepares you to the exam.

Check Test Out's home page at
http://www.testout.com/products/mcse/

Regards,
Krzysztof
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relliott66Commented:
roflmao - Let me correct my second posting

Instead of "Given the answer above I'd stick to A like I said in my original answer"
It should be "given the answer above I'd stick to D like I said in my original answer"

D D D D D D
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kunalclkAuthor Commented:
thnks sure shall use it Krzysztof.
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Krzysztof PytkoSenior Active Directory EngineerCommented:
You're welcome :)
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