The Windows Server2003/2008 edition best suited to a particular environment depends upon the performance, scalability, and reliability requirements of an organization, along with the intended purpose of a particular system. (Points : 2) True

The Windows Server2003/2008 edition best suited to a particular environment depends upon the performance, scalability, and reliability requirements of an organization, along with the intended purpose of a particular system. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 2. 2. The functional level of a domain can be raised in Active Directory Users and Computers by right-clicking the domain and clicking Raise Domain Functional Level. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 3. 3. Checking the Block Policy inheritance option under the Group Policy tab for container properties means that all higher-level policies will be blocked for other containers. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 4. 4. Windows Server2003/2008 includes two main utilities that allow you to view the effective Group Policy settings that have been applied to a particular user or computer. (Points : 2)
       True
       False
5. A domain is a logical group of computers characterized by centralized authentication and administration. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 6. 6. The accidental deletion of user data files is a far more common occurrence than a full server failure. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 7. 7. A domain controller should always run on a dedicated server. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 8. 8. The Read shared folder permission allows the abilities to add and delete files in a folder as well as read and edit the contents of existing files. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 9. 9. By default, any user can view the contents of the application and system log. (Points : 2)
       True
       False
10. On Pentium computers, page size is 4 KB. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 11. 11. The DSRM command is used only when deleting a single object from memory. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 12. 12. When basic disks are used, the operating system boots from the primary partitions. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 13. 13. Roaming user profiles cannot be configured as mandatory profiles. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 14. 14. Local print devices are connected directly to the network on which the workstation resides. (Points : 2)
       True
       False
15. The “Use custom share and folder permissions” option for shared folders allows both share and NTFS permissions to be defined manually. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 16. 16. Enforcing even very tight GPO restrictions will not interfere with user productivity. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 17. 17. A differential backup reduces the overall size of backup jobs to the same degree as an incremental backup. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 18. 18. Active Directory Users and Computers allows you to configure the properties of a single user object at a time. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 19. 19. The read-only file attribute is available regardless of the file system in use. (Points : 2)
       True
       False
20. Windows Server2003/2008 allows an administrator to further secure files by encrypting their contents. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 21. 21. The incremental backup type is very similar to a normal backup. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 22. 22. The first steps in a general strategy for implementing groups in an environment is to create user accounts and organize them into domain local groups. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 23. 23. Windows Server2003/2008 supports three types of file and folder permissions. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 24. 24. The Add Printer Wizard allows you to specify whether the printer should be shared to provide network access. (Points : 2)
       True
       False
25. The DSMOVE command allows you to move objects between domains. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 26. 26. A domain local group can be assigned rights and permissions to any resource within the same domain only. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 27. 27. The “Show hidden files and folders” option displayed under the View tab of Windows Explorer is selected by default. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 28. 28. The Log On To button in the Account tab of the properties of a user account allows an administrator to configure the days and hours when this user is allowed to log on to the network. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 29. 29. Microsoft’s digital signature on a device driver ensures that the driver has been verified to work with Windows Server2003/2008. (Points : 2)
       True
       False
30. All server activities rely on disk storage. (Points : 2)
       True
       False

Question 31. 31. Windows Server2003/2008 supports the ability to import dynamic disks from all of the following operating systems EXCEPT (Points : 3)
       Windows XP.
       Windows 98.
       Windows 2000.
       Windows Server2003/2008.

Question 32. 32. To prevent any of the higher-level settings from being applied to a particular child container, you check the ____ check box on the Group Policy tab for the container properties. (Points : 3)
       No Child settings
       Block Child settings
       Block Policy inheritance
       Set High-Level Only
33. ____ reduces the amount of disk space that folders and files take up, thus allowing more data to be stored on the volume. (Points : 3)
       Partitioning
       Reduction
       Encryption
       Compression

Question 34. 34. When a GPO is created, its content is stored in ____ different locations on the server. (Points : 3)
       2
       4
       8
       16

Question 35. 35. The Windows Server2003/2008 file system FAT32 supports partitions up to ____ in size. (Points : 3)
       2 GB
       16 GB
       2 TB
       16 TB
36. Under the Kerberos v5 authentication protocol, when a user tries to access a network resource, it presents a TGT to the KDC and requests a(n) ____ for the server on which the resource resides. (Points : 3)
       challenge
       ticket-granting ticket
       access ticket
       service ticket

Question 37. 37. After a GPO has been created, it needs to be ____ to control specific user or computer settings that should be applied. (Points : 3)
       initialized
       edited
       encrypted
       fixed

Question 38. 38. Which of the following commands may be used to manipulate the system attribute of a folder? (Points : 3)
       DIR
       CIPHER
       ATTRIB
       COMPACT
39. IPP can provide users with a method to easily gain access to remote printers using the standard ____ protocol. (Points : 3)
       WSH
       HTTP
       IIS
       IPPA

Question 40. 40. Windows Server2003/2008 supports ____ different driver signing options. (Points : 3)
       1
       2
       3
       4

Question 41. 41. Which of the following tools is used to monitor shared folders on a Windows Server2003/2008 network? (Points : 3)
       Share a Folder Wizard
       Computer Management
       Windows Explorer
       Folder Monitor
42. Which of the following tools could be used to view the location and settings of your server’s computer account? (Points : 3)
       Active Directory Users and Computers
       System Properties
       Configure Your Server
       Event Viewer

Question 43. 43. After a Regenerating operation completes, the status message returns to (Points : 3)
       Healthy.
       Online.
       Ready.
       Running.

Question 44. 44. By default, all policy settings for groups are inherited from ____. (Points : 3)
       super users
       parent containers
       child groups
       policy banks
45. Which of the following Kerberos policy items determines the amount of time, in days, that a user’s TGT may be renewed? (Points : 3)
       maximum lifetime for service ticket
       maximum lifetime for user ticket renewal
       maximum lifetime for user ticket
       enforce user logon restrictions

Question 46. 46. A(n) ____ is a logical container used to organize objects within a domain. (Points : 3)
       forest
       tree
       organizational unit
       attribute

Question 47. 47. Which of the following account lockout policy items defines the number of failed logon attempts that results in the user account being locked? (Points : 3)
       reset account lockout counter after
       account lockout complexity
       account lockout threshold
       account lockout duration

Question 48. 48. To enable the auditing of failure account logon events, you must access the ____ setting to check the Failure check box. (Points : 3)
       Audit object access
       Audit process tracking
       Audit account management
       Audit account logon events
49. In order to change the scope of a group, the domain functional level must be at least at the ____ level. (Points : 3)
       Windows 2000 mixed
       Windows 2000 native
       Windows Server2003/2008
       Windows NT 4.0

Question 50. 50. What is the name of the hidden administrative share that provides an administrator with access to the root of the C drive on a computer? (Points : 3)
       C$
       Admin$
       Manage$
       Cdrive$

Question 51. 51. The easiest method of determining the groups that a user belongs to is via the ____ tab in the properties of their user account. (Points : 3)
       General
       Advanced
       Member Of
       Profile

Question 52. 52. To find the IRQ line used by a particular device, you look on the ____ tab of the properties of a device in Device Manager. (Points : 3)
       Resources
       General
       Advanced
       Interrupts
53. In tuning the size of a paging file, what are the two parameters that need to be set? (Points : 3)
       recommended size and default size
       minimum size and additional size
       recommended size and expansion amount
       initial size and maximum size

Question 54. 54. A Windows Server2003/2008 system configured as part of a network workgroup would be properly referred to by which of the following? (Points : 3)
       domain controller
       standalone server
       member server
       configurable server

Question 55. 55. Typing ____ at the command line will allow you to view the complete list of switches and options available with the DSMOD USER command. (Points : 3)
       DSMOD USER HELP
       DSMOD HELP USER
       DSMOD ?
       DSMOD USER /?

Question 56. 56. Which of the following consists of object class and attribute definitions? (Points : 3)
       Domain Name Service (DNS)
       Microsoft Management Console
       organizational unit
       Active Directory schema
57. You can refresh Group Policy settings manually by running ____ from the command prompt. (Points : 3)
       UPDATEPOL.EXE
       REFRESHPOL.EXE
       GPUPDATE.EXE
       POLICYUP.EXE

Question 58. 58. One of the most common troubleshooting tasks for any network administrator is ensuring the ____ of the shared network printers. (Points : 3)
       encryption properties
       continued availability
       security strength
       paper quality

Question 59. 59. Which of the following is an advantage of using an OU structure? (Points : 3)
       the ability to delegate administrative control to specific users
       the ability to replicate Active Directory schemas
       the ability to automatically schedule backups
       the ability to add snap-ins to a console

Question 60. 60. Which of the following built-in containers holds built-in groups that are created automatically when Active Directory is installed? (Points : 3)
       Users
       Groups
       Admins
       Guests

61. Match each term with the correct statement below.
(Points : 20)
Potential Matches:
1 : users unable to log on locally
2 : domain controller issues
3 : logon hour restriction issues
4 : client time setting issues
5 : UPN logon issues
6 : account disabled issues
7 : account lockout issues
8 : workstation restrictions
9 : remote access logon issues
10 : down-level client issues
  
 Answer
     : May be caused by a Global Catalog server not being available and configured
     : Synchronization settings more than five minutes apart may be prohibiting a client from logging on due to Kerberos policies
     : May be preventing a user from logging on from certain workstations
     : For workstations running Windows XP/2000/2003, may be caused by incorrect DNS settings that prevent them from contacting a domain controller
     : Logon hour restrictions may not be properly configured for the user account
     : Evidenced by logon problems for client workstations running Windows 95/98 or Windows NT
     : The user account may not be configured to allow access on the Dial-up tab in the properties of their account
     : Evidenced by a user having trouble logging on locally to specific servers or domain controllers
     : This can occur after multiple incorrect logon attempts
     : Resolved by using the DSMOD USER command to explicitly enable the user’s account

62. Match each term with the correct statement below.
(Points : 20)
Potential Matches:
1 : user mode
2 : install mode
3 : Read permission
4 : Software Update Services
5 : Set options
6 : Attribute-level permissions
7 : Object-level permissions
8 : Delegation of Control Wizard
9 : Full Control permission
10 : Monitor server
    Answer
     : on a terminal server, software applications should be installed using this setting
     : one should switch back to this setting after software applications are installed normally
     : must be granted for a user to have the right to create or modify an object such as a group account
     : administered to control which attributes a user or group can view or modify
     : performs all standard permissions plus change permissions and take ownership of an Active Directory
     : views Active Directory objects and their attributes
     : handles delegation of administration in Windows Server2003/2008
     : tool that allows an administrator to control how updates are deployed through an organization
     : allows an administrator to control how updates will be made available to clients
     : lists information about available updates which have been loaded into memory cache

63. Match each term with the correct statement below.
(Points : 40)
Potential Matches:
1 : Network Functions
2 : Virtual Memory
3 : Time sharing
4 : Process
5 : Address space, registers and process table
6 : Spooler
7 : Multitasking
8 : Process Manager, Device Manager, File Manager, and Memory Manager
9 : Level1 and/or Level2 child processes
10 : Process manager
    Answer
     : is basically a “Program in Execution”
     : associated with each “Process” is
     : any process may have
     : is a layer inside the operating system pyramid containing the 4 managers
     : are the Operating System Managers
     : directly accesses the processor (CPU)

  • March 15, 2018
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