Windows 2003 Server Quiz
|Description: Windows 2003 Server Quiz
|Number of Questions: 20
|Created by: Aliensbrain Bot
|Tags: windows-2003 sever
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
To add a Windows 2000 computer as a domain controller in an existing Windows NT 4 domain, John Doe can follow these steps:
B. 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 computer to Windows 2000 server.
- Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 use different directory services. Windows NT 4.0 uses the NT Domain structure, while Windows 2000 uses Active Directory.
- To add a Windows 2000 computer as a domain controller in an existing Windows NT 4 domain, you need to first upgrade the existing domain to Windows 2000 Active Directory.
- The process involves adding a Windows NT 4.0 BDC, promoting it to a PDC, and then upgrading it to Windows 2000 server.
- By designating the new computer as a BDC in the existing domain, John can ensure that it replicates the existing domain information.
- After promoting the new computer to a PDC, John can then upgrade it to Windows 2000 server, which will allow it to function as a domain controller in the existing domain.
Option A is incorrect because shutting down the PDC on the existing Windows NT 4.0 domain and installing Windows 2000 server on the new computer will not automatically integrate it into the existing domain.
Option C is incorrect because shutting down the PDC on the existing Windows NT 4.0 domain and running the Active Directory installation wizard on the new computer will not automatically integrate it into the existing domain.
Option D is incorrect because installing Windows NT 4.0 server on the new computer and designating it as a PDC in a new domain with the same NetBIOS name as an existing domain will not integrate it into the existing domain. Upgrading the computer to Windows 2000 server is also not mentioned in this option.
When a domain is converted to Native mode, what will happen to the 4.0 servers?
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
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
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
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
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.
In Windows Server 2003, a group denotes a set of users, computers, contacts, and other groups that can be used as Security groups and _______________.
When you copy a shared folder in Windows 2003 server, __________.
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?
What are the advantages of network backup in Windows 2003 server?
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?
Out of the following, identify a feature of basic disk.
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:
Which command will you use to scan all the system files while your computer is still on?
Which is the correct command line syntax for creating of an OU named whizlabs?