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You work in an office that uses Linux servers and Windows servers. The network uses the TCP/IP protocol.
You are sitting at a workstation that uses Windows 10. An application you are using is unable to contact a Windows server named FileSrv2.
Which command can you use to determine whether your computer can still contact the server?
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The correct command is PING.

Ping

Explanation:

If working in an environment that uses Linux and Windows servers and the network using IP protocol, if an application you are using is unable to to connect to a windows server named FileSrv2, you will need to test network connectivity between your workstation and the server by using either the "ping" or "traceroute" command.

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