MSCE Exam Quiz
|Description: MSCE Exam Quiz|
|Number of Questions: 18|
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You are creating a procedures document for your company's server administrators. As part of this document, you are defining the recommended settings for each service that is installed by default on a computer running Windows Server 2003. On one server, you notice that the HTTP SSL service is disabled, and you want to document the server configurations for which it should be enabled. For which other service must you ensure that the HTTP SSL service is running?
You are the system administrator for a small office. You have two Windows Server 2003 computers and 25 client computers on a network. There is no plan for expansion or modification of the network. You need to configure the network so that the client computers receive their IP addresses automatically at startup. You also need to make sure that the addresses received are private IP addresses for internal use only. What should you do? (Choose two options.)
What is the tool used to capture and monitor network traffic in a wireless network configured using Wired Equivalent Privacy?
You are the network administrator for your company. You install two servers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and 70 client computers on the network. All computers on the network receive their IP addresses automatically from a DHCP server. You are unable to connect to other computers on the network from Computer_A. You run the ipconfig utility on Computer_A and receive the following results: IP Address: 0.0.0.0 Subnet Mask: 0.0.0.0 . What could be the cause of the problem? (Choose two options.)
You are the network administrator for Toys World, Ltd. The network consists of a single DNS domain named toysworld.com. You replace a UNIX server with a Windows Server 2003 computer named Srv1. Srv1 is the DNS server and Start of Authority (SOA) for toysworld.com. A UNIX server named Srv2 is the mail server for toysworld.com. You receive reports that Internet users cannot send e-mail to the toysworld.com domain. You need to ensure that Internet users can send e-mail to the toysworld.com domain. What should you do?
You manage 10 computers running Windows Server 2003 for your company. The computers are configured as file and print servers. You work on a desktop computer that is running Windows XP Professional. You use the Performance console on each file and print server to configure alerts that can send notifications when the amount of free space on any logical drive is below 500 megabytes (MB). You configure the alerts to send a network message to your desktop computer. Which service must you ensure is enabled on your desktop computer to receive the alerts?
You are the network administrator for your company Fashion Clothing and Accessories. The domain is a single Active Directory domain. All servers run the Windows Server 2003 operating system. The company has recently adopted a new security policy. This policy states that IPSec must be used for all communications between servers. You configure an IPSec policy and apply it to the domain. You monitor the servers and realize that the servers are not applying the policy. You check and discover that they are not retrieving the policy from the domain. When the servers are started, they must apply this policy. What should you do?
Your domain user account is a member of the Enterprise Admins security group that is created in the forest root domain of your company's Active Directory forest. Your company has recently acquired another company, and you are working with your network administrators to integrate the computers at the offices of the new company into your network. As part of this effort, you want to delegate the responsibility of authorizing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers to an additional security group to allow other administrators to authorize DHCP servers throughout your network. Which tool should you use?
You are a network administrator for your company. You enable Routing and Remote Access on a computer running Windows Server 2003. You plan to use Internet Protocol (IP) packet filters to manage the protocols available to remote access clients. Which component of the Routing and Remote Access console should you use to implement the IP packet filters?
You are a junior network administrator for Quality Electronic House. The network contains Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 computers in a single Active Directory domain. Software Update Services (SUS) is installed with the default settings on a Windows Server 2003 computer named SUS1. Today morning you have received a mail from your IT manager, Sally, saying that a service pack that was supposed to be deployed last week for Windows XP Professional clients was not installed on any client computer. The service pack was downloaded from the Internet to SUS1. More recent client updates have got installed. Sally has asked you to troubleshoot the cause of this problem. What should you do?
You are creating a procedures document for your company's server administrators. As part of this document, you are defining the recommended settings for each system service that can be enabled on a computer running Windows Server 2003. Select the services for which an administrator can configure recovery options.
You manage a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server on which the DHCP database has become corrupt. You delete the existing database and restore the most recent copy of the DHCP database from your backup media. When you open the DHCP management console and select the Active Leases node of one of the scopes defined for the server, no information about leases is displayed. What should you do?
Joe is the administrator for a multi-site network. He would like to configure one of his servers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, with Routing and Remote Access to dial a modem connection if the T1 connection goes down. How should Joe configure Routing and Remote Access to dial the modem connection only after the T1 goes down?
To configure Routing and Remote Access to dial a modem connection only after the T1 connection goes down, Joe should configure the T1 Demand-dial with a metric of 1, and the modem Demand-dial with a metric of 2.
In routing, a metric is used to determine the best path for network traffic. A lower metric value indicates a better path. In this scenario, Joe wants the T1 connection to be the primary choice, and the modem connection to be the backup choice.
By configuring the T1 Demand-dial with a metric of 1, Joe ensures that the T1 connection has a lower metric and is the preferred choice when it is available.
By configuring the modem Demand-dial with a metric of 2, Joe sets a higher metric for the modem connection, indicating that it should be used only if the T1 connection goes down.
Therefore, option B is the correct answer.
You are the Windows 2003 network administrator for TalkTell Mobiles company. The network contains one primary internal DNS server, named DNSInt, and one primary external DNS server, named DNSExt. Several secondary DNS servers exist on the network. DNSExt hosts only records for your company's Web, FTP, and mail servers. The Web, FTP, and mail servers have static IP addresses. When you monitor the secondary DNS server, you notice that Transfer SOA Requests Sent is high. You want to minimize the bandwidth required for the transfer of SOA requests. What should you do? (Choose two options. Each correct answer presents part of the solution.)
You are the systems administrator for a large department. You have configured the servers to require IPSec authentication and data verification for all data communications. To verify that IPSec is being used for all network communications, you have captured network traffic using Network monitor. What protocol is displayed in a Network Monitor entry when IPSec is being used to authenticate a frame?