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Windows 2003 Server

Description: Windows 2003 Server
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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. upgrade any DNS server to Windows 2000 domain controller, then promote Server1 to PDC and upgrade it

  2. promote Server1 to PDC and upgrade it

  3. upgrade the PDC to Windows 2000, then promote Server1 to PDC and upgrade it

  4. upgrade any other BDC to Windows 2000, then promote Server1 to PDC and upgrade it

Answer: 2

You install the RRAS service on a Windows 2000 server computer on your network. Your network is not directly connected to the Internet and uses the Private IP address range of 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255. When you use RRAS to dial in to the server, your

  1. Authorize the RRAS server to receive multiple addresses from a DHCP server

  2. Configure the RRAS server with the address of the DHCP server

  3. Ensure that the RRAS server is able to connect to a DHCP server that has a scope for its subnet

  4. Configure the RRAS server to act as a DHCP relay agent

Answer: 3

Your Windows 2000 server has one hard disk. This computer runs a custom application that writes a large number of small temporary files in a single directory to support requests from users' computers. To improve performance of the application you add thre

  1. Create a striped volume

  2. Create a single volume on disk one and extend the volume to create a spanned volume

  3. Create a RAID 5 volume

  4. Mount the roots of Disk 2 and 3 in the root folder of Disk 1

Answer: 1

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. After a new adapter driver is installed onto your RAS server by your assistant Jay, one of the users at a remote location reports that the server does not accept ca

  1. update.exe with the /slip switch

  2. spupdate.exe

  3. update.exe with the /stream switch

  4. spupdate.exe with the /slipstream switch

  5. slipupdate.exe

Answer: 1

Which of the following are conditions required for installing W2K over the network?

  1. Create a distribution server which has a file share containing the contents of the /i386 directory from the Windows 2000 CD-ROM.

  2. 1 GB minimum plus 200 MB free drive space to hold temporary files

  3. 500 MB minimum plus 200 MB free drive space to hold temporary files

  4. Create a distribution server which has a file share containing the contents of the /winnt directory from the Windows 2000 CD-ROM.

  5. A&B

Answer: 5

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. You have a SMP server that runs both 32bit and 16bit applications. Based on the advice from your boss, these 16bit applications are configured to run in the same me

  1. performance monitoring is to be done via thread IDs

  2. performance monitoring is to be done via NTVDM instance

  3. the 16-bit applications can be running simultaneously

  4. multiple 16-bit application threads can be running simultaneously

Answer: 1

After a recent re-structure of your company you have decided to move a domain controller to the Investment Department at Main office to act as a Mail Server running Microsoft Exchange 2000. Which one of the following procedures would you use to demote the

  1. Use Computer Management snap-in and select the "demote" option

  2. Run the "DCPROMO.EXE" utility.

  3. Reinstall Windows 2000 Server on the domain controller and selecting it as a member server during the installation.

  4. Alter its role into a member server in the Catalogue Index Server on the Master Domain controller.

Answer: 2

Your network includes Windows 98 computers and Windows 2000 Server computers. You are adding a new computer to the network, and you plan to install Windows 2000 Server on the new computer. The computer has one 20-GB hard disk with no partitions defined. T

  1. Start the new computer by using a Windows 98 network boot disk.Create and format a single FAT32 partition.Connect to the network server.Run Winnt.exe.

  2. On another Windows 2000 computer, format a floppy disk. Copy NTLDR, Boot.ini, Ntdetect.com, and Ntbootdd.sys to this disk. Start the new computer by u

  3. Start the new computer by using a Windows 98 network boot disk.Connect to the network server.Run Dsclient.exe.Create and format a 20-GB FAT32 partitio

  4. Start the computer by using a Windows 98 network boot disk.Create and format a single FAT32 partition.Start the new computer by using a Windows 2000 E

  5. On another Windows 2000 computer, use Makebt32.exe to create installation startup disks. Start the new computer by using the first disk.

Answer: 1

You are responsible for maintaining the Windows 2000 Server installations in your network. You are configuring the security policy for a group of users in the finance organizational unit. You are requested by your boss to configure a group policy to ensur

  1. you did not configure the refresh interval for all the computers

  2. you did not replicate the configuration to all the domain controllers

  3. you did not configure the refresh interval for all the users

  4. you did not configure the refresh interval for the EVERYONE group

Answer: 1

User mode layer is made up of 2 subsystems: environmental subsystem and integral subsystem. Identify components of Integral subsystems:

  1. Security

  2. Workstation service

  3. Server service

  4. All of the above

Answer: 4

In Windows 2003 server you can use the New User dialog box to ________________.

  1. Disable an account.

  2. Specify where the account is located in Active Directory.

  3. Specify the user's title and department.

  4. Specify the account is for a service.

Answer: 1

Which printer permission allows a user to modify spooler settings?

  1. Print View

  2. Default

  3. Manage Printers

  4. Manage Documents

  5. Printer Properties

Answer: 3

What happens when you end a disconnected session running on the remote server?

  1. all data is lost

  2. only the connection closes

  3. all applications running on the server remain active

  4. the session becomes available on the server.

Answer: 4

What all can you configure an SUS client to do?

  1. Enable staged deployment of Windows update packages.

  2. Perform synchronization of content and a list of approved update packages with a first-tier server

  3. Download content from a common distribution point.

  4. Allow manual installation of critical Windows update packages.

Answer: 4

Identify the tab in Task Manager that enables you to start a program that is not running on your system.

  1. Applications tab

  2. Processes tab

  3. Performance tab

  4. Networking tab

Answer: 1

To guard against data loss when the hard disk of a server fails, you should:

  1. create a copy of the System State data.

  2. create two sets of backups.

  3. install the Recovery Console as a startup option.

  4. keep the installation CD at an easily accessible location.

Answer: 2

You want to perform multiple backups of only those files that are modified since the last normal backup. You also want to ensure that the backed up files use minimum amount of media. In this case, you will take a:

  1. Normal backup.

  2. Differential backup.

  3. Incremental backup.

  4. Copy backup.

Answer: 3

Which dialog box allows you to specify the options for scheduling a backup?

  1. Schedule Job Options

  2. Scheduled Job

  3. Options

  4. Backup Job Information

Answer: 2
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