Windows Server Configuration

Choose the best answer for each question in the “Best Answer” at the end of these chapters, and write a few sentences for each question to justify your choice. Note that just choosing the letter for your best answer only will not earn you full credit for this assignment.

ATTACHED IS THE CH 1-3 IN PDF

 

 

  • Ch. 1, “Installing Servers,” of Exam 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server® 2012.
  • Ch. 2, “Configuring Servers,” of Exam 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server® 2012.
  • Ch. 3, “Configuring Local Storage,” of Exam 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server® 2012.

 

 

When justifying your choice, you may point out the sections of the book that carry the specific content or you may point out why the other answers are not the best answer (process of elimination).

 

Lesson 1:

 

1. You are deciding which Windows Server 2012 edition is right for your needs: a Remote
Access server. You are eager to create a virtual machine (VM) on which you can install

a virtual operating system environment (VOSE). You foresee needing only one VOSE.
What Windows Server 2012 edition is best?
a. Windows Server 2012 Datacenter edition
b. Windows Server 2012 Standard edition
c. Windows Server 2012 Foundation edition
d. Windows Server 2012 Essentials edition

 

2. Your company wants to upgrade to Windows Server 2012. Considering the present environment
of mostly Windows Server 2008 R2 servers, what is the best path to upgrade to
Windows Server 2012?
a. Perform an in-place upgrade of a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine
b. Create a virtual instance of Windows Server 2012
c. Perform a clean installation of Windows Server 2012
d. Perform an in-place upgrade of the current lowest Windows Server edition

 

3. You are tempted by the advantages of Server Core, but you do not want to give up certain
traditional server administration tools. What is the best option made available by
Windows Server 2012 as a compromise?
a. Use the Minimal Server Interface
b. Use PowerShell
c. Use cmdlets
d. Use the full graphical user interface (GUI)

 

4. What is the purpose of Microsoft releasing multiple editions of Windows Server 2012?
a. To better secure a server by eliminating unnecessary features
b. To accommodate needs of different companies
c. To offer various feature sets and at different price points
d. To complement available 32-bit server editions

 

5. Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) are available on which
Windows Server 2012 edition?
a. Windows Server 2012 Datacenter edition
b. Windows Server 2012 Datacenter and Standard editions
c. Windows Server 2012 Datacenter, Standard, and Foundation editions
d. All Windows Server 2012 editions

 

Lesson 2:

 


1. On a Windows Server 2012 server, you decide to change the interface. Select the best
answer to convert a GUI server to Server Core.
a. Reinstall the operating system and select Server Core upon installation
b. Use Server Manager to start the Remove Roles and Features Wizard
c. Use Server Manager to deselect the Server Graphical Shell option
d. There is no option to downgrade from GUI to Server Core

 

2. Windows Server 2012 provides hardware-independent NIC teaming or bonding to
enable better network performance and adapter fault-tolerance. However, in what scenario
is the NIC teaming limited?
a. During a Hyper-V live migration
b. When network adapters connect to different switches
c. When network traffic consists of large TCP sequences
d. For multiple network adapters to function as one interface

 

3. As an administrator of a Windows Server 2012 network, you want to add a role to a few
servers on the network. What is your best available option?
a. Install a role at the target server’s console
b. Use Server Manager on the nearest Windows Server 2012
c. Connect to the target server using Remote Desktop Services
d. Using PowerShell, install the desired role to all target servers at once

 

4. What is the advantage of deploying roles to a virtual hard disk (VHD) file?
a. Administrators can use Server Manager to modify VHD files
b. An administrator can modify server roles to offline virtual machines (VMs) without
starting the VM
c. An administrator can modify server roles to offline VMs without connecting the VM
to the network
d. VHD files require fewer resources (for example, hard drive space)

 

5. What is the key benefit behind delegating server administration?
a. In larger networks, delegation uses permissions to restrict access
b. In smaller networks, delegation provides formalized synergy
c. In larger networks, delegation improves prioritization of tasks
d. In smaller networks, delegation creates employment opportunities

Lessson 3:

 

1. What scenario would an organization prefer centralized servers and storage to having
individual servers and storage per department?
a. Each department typically works with its own applications and documents, rarely
needing access to other departments.
b. Each department typically works with its own applications and documents, occasionally
needing access to other departments.
c. Everyone in the organization works with his or her own individual resources.
d. Everyone in the organization works with the same set of resources.

 

2. Concerning storage solutions, select the disk configuration that offers the least expensive
disk consumption.
a. Just a Bunch of Disks (JBOD)
b. Disk mirroring
c. RAID 5
d. RAID 3

 

3. Concerning storage solutions, select the disk configuration that offers the most protection
in case of drive failure.
a. RAID 0
b. RAID 1
c. RAID 5
d. Large volume on a single drive

 

4. What is the next step after creating a virtual hard disk (VHD)?
a. Mounting it either through Server Manager or the Disk Management snap-in
b. Initializing the disk and creating volumes on it, just as you would a physical disk
c. Using the VHD (creation of the VHD file readies the disk for storage)
d. Mounting the VHD file to a Hyper-V virtual machine

 

5. What is a key advantage of Server Manager over the Disk Management snap-in?
a. The Server Manager now offers disk-related functions from the navigational pane.
b. Server Manager is more user-friendly.

c. The Disk Management snap-in enables you to create VHD files and mount them on
the computer.
d. Server Manager can perform many of the same functions for servers all over the
network.

  • March 15, 2018
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