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What are the three types of containers?
domains, sites, and OU's
What are the three components of a distinguished name?
OU, DC (domain components; one for each domain level below root), and CN
How large is a GUID?
128 bits
How does the PDC Emulator function in a native-mode domain?
the PDC Emulator becomes the preferred replication partner for password changes, and handles account lockouts and authentication failures
How does the PDC Emulator function in a native-mode domain?
the PDC Emulator becomes the preferred replication partner for password changes, and handles account lockouts and authentication failures
What are the five major categories for Group Policy configuration?
folder redirection, security, administrative templates, software installation, and scripts
What are the four types of scripts that can be configured through Group Policy?
startup, shutdown, logon, and logoff
What is the easiest way to keep certain groups or users from applying a group policy assigned to their OU?
remove permission for Apply Group Policy on that GPO for that user or group
When is an application installed if it is assigned to a user?
on first use
When is an application installed if it is assigned to a computer?
at next restart
How is an application installed if it is published?
through Add/Remove Programs or through file invocation
What kind of files do assigned applications use?
Windows Installer files (.msi)
What kind of files do published applications use?
Windows Installer files (.msi) or ZAP files
What is a ZAP file?
a text file that specifies installation parameters and associated file extensions
What three programs does SIDwalker contain?
showaccs.exe, sidwalk.exe, and Security Migration Editor (MMC snap-in)
What are showaccs.exe and SIDwalk.exe used for?
examining and changing ACL's
What does the Security Migration Editor do?
edits mappings between old and new SID's
What tool can be used to manage replication?
repadmin.exe
What does acldiag.exe do?
checks ACL's for AD objects
What is ADSI Edit used for?
adding, deleting, and moving AD objects
What utility is used to manage DFS?
dfsutil.exe
What command-line utility can be used to troubleshoot DNS Server?
dnscmd.exe
What command-line utility can be used to troubleshoot DNS Server?
dnscmd.exe
What command-line utility can be used to modify the ACL's of AD objects?
dsacls.exe
What three things can nltest.exe do?
create a list of PDC's, force a shutdown, and provide information on trusts and replication
What tool is used to manage forest-wide FSMO's?
Active Directory Domains and Trusts
What tool is used to manage domain-wide FSMO's?
Active Directory Users and Computers
What tool is used to manage domain-wide FSMO's?
Active Directory Users and Computers
Is intrasite replication traffic compressed?
no
What two protocols can be used for intersite replication?
RPC over IP and SMTP
When is RPC over IP the protocol of choice for intersite replication
when connectivity is fairly reliable
When is SMTP the protocol of choice for intersite replication?
when connectivity is unreliable or intermittent
What weakness does SMTP have as an intersite replication protocol?
it is insecure
Is intersite replication traffic compressed?
yes
What is a site link?
a logical connection that defines a path between two sites
What is a site link bridge?
a transitive connection between two or more site links
What service is responsible for creating a replication topology?
the Knowledge Consistency Checker
What tool is used to create a connection object?
Active Directory Sites and Services