Which of the following provides the ability to allow scripting languages to manage Windows computers both locally and remotely?
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) consists of a set of extension that allow access to settings and information through the command line, making the scripting of operations possible. The command-line interface to WMI called Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMI).
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is the inference with data traversing cables by strong electromagnetic energy generated by sources such as machinery. The transformers in fluorescent lighting systems are a common cause of network communications problems. If a network cable that is highly susceptible to EMI, such as unshielded-twisted pair (UTP) cable, is placed near lighting transformers, then the magnetic field produced by the transformers can cause network communications problems. You can replace UTP cable that runs near sources of EMI with shielded cable, such as shielded twisted-pair 9STP) cable or coaxial cable. Fiber-optic cable is immune to EMI.
Radio frequency interference (RFI) occurs near sources of high power radio transmissions. TV stations, radio stations, cellular telephones, and CB radios can be sources of RFI. RFI can cause network communications problems, and intermittent computer problems such as spontaneously rebooting computers and data errors.
Spanning tree protocol (STP) is a loop avoidance protocol used with switches. Switching loops occur when multiple Layer 2 paths to a network cause to flood broadcasts endlessly. This endless broadcast flood is called a “broadcast storm”, and it causes severe network congestion. STP can be used to prevent these problems on a switched or bridged network.
Objective: Host-Based Analysis
Sub-Objective: Define terms as they pertain to Microsoft Windows: Processes, Threads, Memory allocation, Windows Registry, WMI, Handles, Services