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40 Cards in this Set

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Can a single DNS server serve in multiple roles at the same time?
yes, as long as each role is for a different DNS zone
Can applications be assigned to users?

To computers?
yes, applications can be assigned to users and computers
Can applications be published to users?

To computers?
applications can be published to users, but not to computers
What two FSMO roles must be unique to a forest?
schema master and domain naming master
What issue do laptops have with RIS?
PCMCIA network cards are not supported
What are ZAP files primarily used for?
backwards compatibility with non-Windows Installer setup programs
How can NT4 file and printer resources be made available in Active Directory?
Printer and Shared Folder objects can be created to point to these resources
What are the two pieces of information necessary to create a Shared Folder AD object?
server name and share name
How could a large number of RIS clients be divided among several RIS servers?
prestage the computers, and assign some to each RIS server
What two tools can be used to create GPO links to AD?
Active Directory Users and Computers, and Active Directory Sites and Services
When does a page fault occur?
when the OS must retrieve data from disk rather than RAM
What does a high number of page faults per second indicate?
insufficient physical RAM
How many primary servers can be used in a single DNS zone?
only one primary DNS server per zone
What protocol is used for intrasite replication?
By default, who is allowed to create or manage Group Policy objects in the domain or OU?
domain administrators
By default, who is allowed to create or manage Group Policy objects for a site?
Enterprise Admins
In AD, what is a class?
a collection of attributes
What are the five FSMO roles?
Schema Master, Domain Naming Master, Relative ID Master, PDC Emulator, and Infrastructure Master
What two FSMO roles must be unique within a forest?
schema master and domain naming master
What is the Infrastructure Master's role?
to ensure consistency in user and group membership between domain controllers
What two FSMO's should not reside on the same machine if there is more than on DC in the domain?

the Global Catalog and the Infrastructure Master should not be on the same machine if there is more than one DC in the domain- changes to data would not be seen or replicated
What protocol is used to query AD?
How many characters can a FQDN have?
How many characters can one portion of a FQDN have?
What is a transfer of an entire DNS database called?
an all-zone transfer (AXFR)
How are DNS databases kept up-to-date after initial synchronization?
with incremental zone transfers (IXFR)
Who initiates a zone transfer?
the secondary DNS server
What method is used to ensure that secondary DNS servers have up-to-date data?
primary DNS servers notify secondary servers when changes have been made
Where are zone files stored on each DNS server?
What is the lowest version of BIND that supports both SRV records and DNS dynamic updates?
With dynamic DNS, who is responsible for updating a client's A record?
the client
With dynamic DNS, who is responsible for updating a client's PTR record?
the DHCP server
What clients can participate in dynamic DNS?
2000 clients and above
Who is responsible for updating DNS information for non-dynamic DNS clients?
the DHCP server
When might the WINS forward lookup option "Do Not Replicate This Record" be used?
when non-Windows 2000 DNS servers are present
What limitation exists on moving or copying OU's?
they must stay within the same domain
What command can be used to move an entire OU structure between domains?
What is the primary tool used to manage OU's?
Active Directory Users and Computers
What is the maximum character length for an OU name?
65 characters
How many objects can an AD domain contain?
10 million objects