You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Professional computer that is shared by several users in the Sales department. User accounts have been created for current users. Current users can log on to the computers. To accommodate new users, you add two new user accounts named User7 and User8 to computer5. When User7 attempts to log on o the computer, she receives the following error message: "Windows cannot copy file C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\ to location C:\Documents and Settings\User7. Contact your network administrator. Detail - Access is denied." When User8 attempts to log on to the computer, he receives the same type of error message.
You want to allow the two new users, as well as other users in the Sales department, to be able to log on to the computer.
Which two methods can you use to accomplish your goal? (Choose two.)
A.Add the User7 and User8 user accounts to the DACL for the Profiles shared folder on the network server.
B.Add the User7 and User8 user accounts to the DACL for the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder.
C.Add the Everyone group to the DACL for the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder.
D.Add a Group Policy object (GPO) for the Sales OU that redirects user profiles to a shared folder.
E.Log on by using the local Administrator account and create new folders for User7 and User8 in the C:\Documents and Settings folder.
F.Select the allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate to this object option on the C:\Documents and Settings\Default User folder, and reset the permissions on all child objects.
G.Move and retain permissions and compressions.