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Windows 2003 Server Quiz

Description: Windows 2003 Server Quiz
Number of Questions: 20
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John Doeis an administrator on a network that consists of a single Windows NT 4 domain with 4 Windows NT 4.0 servers and 900 workstations. John wants to add a Windows 2000 computer to his network as a domain controller in the existing domain.How can he p

  1. Shut down the PDC on the existing Windows NT 4.0 domain. . Install Windows 2000 server on the new computer and run the Active directory installation w

  2. Install Windows NT 4.0 server on the new computer and designate it as a BDC in the existing domain, then promote it to a PDC and then upgrade the comp

  3. Shut down the PDC on the existing Windows NT 4.0 domain. Install Windows 2000 server on the new computer and run the Active directory installation wiz

  4. Install Windows NT 4.0 server on the new computer and designate it as a PDC in the new domain that has the same NetBIOS name as an existing domain. Up

Answer: 2

When a domain is converted to Native mode, what will happen to the 4.0 servers?

  1. Windows NT 4.0 BDCs will receive replication update changes from PDC emulator

  2. No Windows NT 4.0 BDCs can be added to the domain

  3. Windows NT 4.0 BDCs can still be added to the domain

  4. Windows NT 4.0 BDCs no longer receive replication update changes

  5. B&D

Answer: 5

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. Your network includes a Windows 2000 Server computer that is used as a file server. More than 1800 of your company client computers are connected to this server. A

  1. You did not restart the server

  2. You did not restart the server service

  3. You did not force the users to log off and re-logon

  4. You did not restart the server's netbios service

  5. You did not restart the server's file sharing service

Answer: 3

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. You install Terminal Services on a Windows 2000 domain controller. You configure your clients to allow them local logon to the terminal server. Jay informs you that

  1. Active Directory Users and Computers

  2. Termclient.exe

  3. RDP Manager

  4. Terminal Services Manager

  5. Terminal Services Client Creator

Answer: 4

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. You are installing Windows 2000 Server on a new Quad processors computer. The manufacturer has provided a customized hardware abstraction layer to use with the comp

  1. the system clock is adjusted to a date before the release date of Windows 2000

  2. the new HAL is designed for single processor kernel

  3. the kernel is corrupted

  4. the Windows 2000 source CD is damaged

  5. the default HAL is designed for multi processor kernel

Answer: 2

Your network consists of many domains in a LAN and one remote location that is set up as another domain within the tree. Each Domain contains several OU's and the remote domain is connected to the main office by a 128K connection. The Remote location is r

  1. Configure a Group Policy for each OU in the accounting.cert21.com domain and configure a service pack software package for each group policy

  2. Configure a Group Policy for the OU in the home.cert21.com domain and configure a service pack software package for the group policy

  3. Configure a Group Policy for each OU in the finance.cert21.com domain and configure a service pack software package for each group policy

  4. Configure a Group Policy for each OU in the cert21.com domain and configure a service pack software package for each group policy

Answer: 2

You are configuring a RRAS server on a Windows 2000 server computer. You discover that an incorrect driver was installed during the installation of the modem. You remove the modem by deleting drivers and the modem stops responding. How would you install t

  1. Shut down the server, remove the modem, restart the server, shut down the server again, install the modem again, start the server

  2. Use the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard to uninstall the modem and restart the server

  3. Use regedt32 to remove the modem driver from the registry

  4. Remove the driver by running the Modem troubleshooter and reboot the server

Answer: 2

Crest Publishing has a Windows 2000 network serving 200 users. A server named User_srv is used to hold users' files. User_srv is configured with a single large NTFS volume. Every user has a home folder on User_srv. Users can also use a shared folder named

  1. Move some of the files from her home folder to the IN_PROGRESS shared folder.

  2. Compress the files in her home folder to save disk space.

  3. Remove files from her home folder until the total uncompressed file size is less than 100 MB.

  4. Change the security settings of some of the files in her home folder to grant Full Control permissions to a user who has not reached the quota level.

Answer: 3

John is the administrator responsible for security and user desktop settings on his company network. He needs to configure a custom registry entry for all users. How would he add the custom registry entry into a Group Policy object with the least amount o

  1. He should configure a Microsoft Windows Installer package and add the package to the GPO.

  2. He should configure RIS to include the registry entry.

  3. He should configure an ADM template and add the template to the GPO.

  4. He should configure an INF policy and add the policy to the GPO.

Answer: 3

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. Your network includes Windows NT Server 4.0 computers, NT Workstation 4.0 computers and Unix computers. The network consists of a single Windows NT domain. You are

  1. Devote one computer as the DHCP server that supports dynamic DNS updates

  2. Disconnect Server1 from the production network

  3. Devote one computer as the DNS server that supports SRV records and accept dynamic updates

  4. Devote one computer as the WINS server that works with the DNS server

Answer: 3

In Windows 2003 server _________ is a command-line tool that enables you to manage objects, such as disks, partitions, and volumes from the command-line.

  1. DiskMan

  2. DiskPart

  3. DiskCom

  4. DiskPerf

  5. DiskPartition

Answer: 2

In Windows Server 2003, a group denotes a set of users, computers, contacts, and other groups that can be used as Security groups and _______________.

  1. Name resolution groups

  2. Fax groups

  3. E-mail distribution groups

  4. DNS

  5. None of the above

Answer: 2

When you copy a shared folder in Windows 2003 server, __________.

  1. The original folder is not shared anymore, but the copy is shared.

  2. The original folder as well as the copy is shared.

  3. The original shared folder is still shared, but the copy is not shared.

  4. The original shared folder and the copy both are not shared anymore.

Answer: 3

What should you do when you want to track disk space use on a per-user basis but do not want to deny users access to a volume?

  1. Disable disk quotas

  2. Enable disk quotas

  3. Enable disk quotas and set the disk quota warning level.

  4. Enable the disk quota warning level only

Answer: 2

What are the advantages of network backup in Windows 2003 server?

  1. Network backup can be used to backup the Registry on remote computers.

  2. Network backup decreases network traffic.

  3. Network backup can be used to backup the entire network and requires fewer tape drives, or disks.

  4. All of the above

Answer: 4

Which logon option allows the administrators log on to a non-administrative account in Windows 2003 server and then, run the applications in an administrative mode?

  1. Local logon

  2. Domain logon

  3. Secondary logon

  4. Smart card logon

  5. Primary logon

Answer: 3

Out of the following, identify a feature of basic disk.

  1. Allows you to configure unlimited number of volumes per disk.

  2. Enables you to set aside space to arrange data.

  3. Enables you to combine noncontiguous unallocated space into one partition.

  4. Enables you to create fault-tolerant disks.

Answer: 2

A volume spans multiple disks on a Windows Server 2003 computer named Server1. A hardware failure has occurred and you need to allow access to the volume while Server1 is being repaired. In this situation, it is most appropriate to:

  1. Move all the dynamic disks containing parts of the volume to another Windows Server 2003 computer and import the disks in the disk group on the target computer.

  2. Use the Disk Management utility to recover the volume on Server1.

  3. Import some of the dynamic disks of the volume into another disk group on Server1.

  4. Move some of the disks containing parts of the volume to another computer and delete the volume on Server1.

Answer: 1

Which command will you use to scan all the system files while your computer is still on?

  1. sfc /enable

  2. sfc /scannow

  3. sfc /scanonce

  4. sfc /verif

Answer: 2

Which is the correct command line syntax for creating of an OU named whizlabs?

  1. ou dirsad whizlabs

  2. whizlabs ou dssad

  3. dssad whizlabs ou

  4. dsadd ou ou=whizlabs,dc=whizlabscorp, dc=com

Answer: 4
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