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Installation Manager, which ships with Citrix Presentation Server, supports packages made using Installation Manager 2.3 shipped with MetaFrame XP Server Feature Release 3, Installation Manager 2.2 shipped with MetaFrame XP Server Feature Release 2, and Installation Manager 2.1 shipped with MetaFrame XP Server Feature Release 1. However, some applications may cause issues with this compatibility. Because of this, Citrix recommends that you re-create the packages using the latest version of Installation Manager. Packages created with earlier versions may have been packaged on servers that did not have the operating system (OS) and other updates your Presentation Server farm contains. When recording a package, the source server should have a similar configuration to that of the target servers.
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Timers measure the time interval between two events, usually delineated by triggers. Many protocols are based on responses occurring within a certain elapsed time after a command or request. The protocol implementations keep timers to implement the protocol properly. Protocol analysis tools therefore offer timer services in order to verify the proper operation of the protocol and the network, and can be used to measure the performance of events occurring on the network. Timers also can be used to make latency and performance measurements on network devices. Counters are used to tally specific events (recognized by triggers) on the network. They can be used to count error conditions or specific sequences of frames. Users can create their own statistical measurements with counters.
security functions for the house, but it also manages home automation functions in that it can control X10 devices. What s germane about the Omni II in this discussion is its ability to control the home s heating and cooling functions. Additionally, because it is part of a larger security and automation control, the rise and fall of temperatures can cause other behaviors to occur. For example, we can program the Omni II so that if the temperature in the house rises above 78 degrees, the living room drapes will be closed. This prevents the air conditioner from working against the midday sun, by simply eliminating the sun from the equation. In this section, we ll talk more about how the thermostat for the Omni II is installed. There are components to this project that are unique to the Omni II, but the section also covers the sorts of steps that would be necessary if you were to connect a smart thermostat to a home automation system like a Stargate Home Controller. 30 MINUTES
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4. B. There are 5 collision domains and 1 broadcast domain: each port off of a switch (the segment associated with it) is a separate collision domain and all ports in a layer 2 network are in the same broadcast domain. A, C, and D have either the wrong number of collision domains or the wrong number of broadcast domains. 5. D. Bridges support only the store-and-forward switching method. A and B are done by switches, not bridges. C is incorrect because each port on a bridge or switch is a separate collision domain. 6. B. With cut-through switching, the switch reads the destination MAC address of the frame and immediately starts forwarding the frame. With A, store-and-forward, the entire frame is read and the CRC is checked before further processing. C and D, fragment-free and runtless, are the same thing once the first 64 bytes of the frame are read, the switch begins to forward it. 7. D. Full-duplex connections require point-to-point connections and cannot involve hubs. A, B, and C are true of half-duplex connections.
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