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You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. The
TestKing.com network contains six database servers named TESTKING-DB01
through TESTKING-DB06 that each run a database application named DataApp1.
The TestKing.com written policy requires that when a new user is added to
DataApp1, they must be added to the server that has the most available disk space.
TestKing.com hires ten new employees. The new employees will require access to
DataApp1. You need to add these users to DataApp1.
What should you do to ensure that you meet the written policy requirements when
you add the new users to DataApp1?
A. Review the application logs on each of the six database servers by using Event
Viewer.
B. Record the PhysicalDisk object on all six database servers by using Performance Logs
and Alerts.
C. Review the performance data on each of the six database servers by using Task
Manager.
D. Generate a histogram view of the LogicalDisk object on all six database servers by
using System Monitor.
Answer: D
Explanation: System Monitor shows real-time performance data based on Object
counters, and can display the log data recorded by Performance Logs And Alerts
either in the form of Counter (interval polling) logs, or Trace (event-driven) logs.
Logs written by Performance Logs And Alerts can be loaded into System Monitor
for analysis. The System Monitor is designed for real-time reporting of data to a
console interface, and can be reported in graph, histogram, or numeric form. This
should aid you in ensuring that you meet the stated requirements.
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional.
The TestKing.com network contains a file server named TESTKING-SR21.
TESTKING-SR21 has a 40-GB hard disk for system files and two 80-GB hard disks
for data. The 80-GB hard disks configured as mirrored volumes and contain 65-GB
of read-only data. TestKing.com users connect to TESTKING-SR21 by using
shortcuts on their desktops.
Due to the growth of the TestKing.com network, the performance of
TESTKING-SR21 has become inadequate. You receive instruction from the CIO to
replace TESTKING-SR21. The new server must contain the current data from
TESTKING-SR21. You disconnect TESTKING-SR21 from the network. You build
a replacement server and name it TESTKING-SR21.
You now need to bring the new server online and re-establish redundancy as
quickly as possible. You must also ensure that users can connect to
TESTKING-SR21 by using their existing desktop shortcuts.
What should you do?
B. Move the two 80-GB disks from the old TESTKING-SR21 to the new
TESTKING-SR21.
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional.
The TestKing.com network contains a file server named TESTKING-SR24.
TESTKING-SR24 has two hard disks. The hard disks are configured as shown in
the exhibit.
Disk 0 contains the system files and Disk 1 contains user data.
Should the data volume on Disk 1 be low on storage space, what would you do to
provide additional space for the data volume? (Choose two).
A. In Disk Management, extend the data volume to include unallocated disk space.
B. On the data volume, run the fsutil volume command.
C. Using Diskpart.exe, run the extend command on the data volume.
D. Select Disk 1 in Device Manager, select the Volumes tab, and click the Populate
button.
Answer: A, C
Explanation: To increase a volume's capacity is to extend the volume. You can
extend a simple or spanned volume on a dynamic disk so long as that volume is
formatted as NTFS and so long as the volume is not the system or boot volume. And
this is done through Disk Management. We can also use the Extend command in
diskpart.exe to extend the volume.
Disk 0 contains the system files and Disk 1 contains user data.
Should the data volume on Disk 1 be low on storage space, what would you do to
provide additional space for the data volume? (Choose two).
A. In Disk Management, extend the data volume to include unallocated disk space.
B. On the data volume, run the fsutil volume command.
C. Using Diskpart.exe, run the extend command on the data volume.
D. Select Disk 1 in Device Manager, select the Volumes tab, and click the Populate
button.
You need to increase storage space on TESTKING-SR24 to accommodate the users
from StudyGuides.com. However, you cannot create any additional volumes.
How would you accomplish this task?
A. Convert drive G:\ to FAT32 and run the Extend command on it by using Diskpart.exe.
B. Convert drive C:\ to NTFS and run the Extend command on it by using Diskpart.exe.
C. Convert drive I:\ to NTFS and run the Extend command on it by using Diskpart.exe.
D. Convert drive E:\ to FAT32 and run the Extend command on it by using Diskpart.exe.
Answer: C
Explanation: You can use the Diskpart.exe utility to manage disks, partitions, and
volumes from a command-line interface. You can use Diskpart.exe on both Basic
disks and Dynamic disks. If an NTFS volume resides on a hardware RAID 5
container that has the capability of adding space to the container, you can extend
the NTFS Volume with Diskpart.exe while the disk remains a Basic disk. You can
only extend NTFS volumes in Windows Server 2003. The volumes must also be
either spanned volumes or simple volumes. Therefore, the answer to this question is
to convert the spanned volume (volume I), then extend it.
QUESTION NO: 5
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional.
The TestKing.com network contains a member server named TESTKING-SR34.
TESTKING-SR34 hosts several applications. TESTKING-SR34 has two 40-GB
hard disks that are configured as basic disks and formatted with NTFS. The two
disks are named Disk 0 and Disk 1. Each disk is connected to a separate controller.
System files are located on Disk 1.
You need to increase the storage space on TESTKING-SR34. You thus add a third
40-GB hard disk on TESTKING-SR34. You configure the new hard disk as a basic
disk and format it with NTFS.
However, when you restart TESTKING-SR34, you receive the following message:
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"Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware configuration
problem. Could not read the selected boot disk. Check boot path and disk
hardware. Please check Windows documentation about hardware disk
configuration and your hardware reference manuals for additional information."
You need to ensure that the applications on TESTKING-SR34 are available to
network users as soon as possible.
What should you do?
A. Use the Windows Server 2003 installation CD-ROM to restart TESTKING-SR34.
Then use the Recovery Console to repair the system.
B. Start TESTKING-SR34 in Safe Mode with Command prompt.
C. Use the Windows Server 2003 installation CD-ROM to restart TESTKING-SR34.
Press F6 to replace the Mass Storage driver.
D. Reconfigure the new disk drive so it is enumerated after the existing drives and restart
TESTKING-SR34.
Answer: A
Explanation: Adding the extra hard disk has probably caused the problem. The
boot.ini file needs to be corrected to reflect the new disk configuration. We can use
the Bootcfg utility in the Recovery Console to correct this problem.
Use the Bootcfg utility in the Recovery Console to correct the Boot.ini file:
1. Use the Windows XP CD-ROM to start your computer.
2. When you receive the message to press R to repair Windows by using the Recovery
Console, press the R key.
3. Select the Windows installation that you want, and then type the administrator
password when prompted.
4. Type bootcfg /rebuild, and then press ENTER.
5. When the Windows installation is located, the following instructions are displayed:
Add installation to boot list? (Yes/No/All)
QUESTION NO: 6
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. The
TestKing.com network contains a computer named TESTKING-SR24, which runs
Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP Professional in a dual boot configuration.
TESTKING-SR24 has two basic disks, which are configured as shown in the
following table.
Partition Disk 0 Size
1 System 3 GB
2 Boot 4 GB
N/A Unused 9 GB
3 Backup data 8 GB
Partition Disk 1 Size
1 Boot 4 GB
2 Application files 8 GB
N/A Unused 5 GB
3 N/A N/A
You receive instruction from the CIO to create a 10-GB partition on
TESTKING-SR24 to store user data. However, TESTKING-SR24 must retain its
dual boot configuration.
What should you do to create the 10-GB partition?
A. Convert Disk 0 and Disk 1 to dynamic disks.
Create a 10-GB extended volume by using the unused space on Disk 0 and Disk 1.
B. Back up Partition 2 on Disk 1.
Remove Partition 2 from Disk 1 and restore it on Disk 0 by using the unused space on
Disk 0.
Create a 10-GB partition on Disk 1.
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C. Back up partition 2 on Disk 0.
Remove Partition 2 from Disk 0 and restore it on Disk 1 by using the unused space on
Disk 1.
Create a 10-GB partition on Disk 1.
D. Convert Disk 0 and Disk 1 to dynamic disks.
Back up Volume 2 on Disk 1.
Remove Volume 2 from Disk 1 and restore it on Disk 0 by using the unused space on
Disk 0.
Create a 10-GB volume on Disk 1.
Answer: B
Explanation: You are presented with two choices, one, you could move the
Application files from Disk 1 to Disk 0 or, two, you could move the boot files from
application files is a better option. It is not advisable to move the boot files. Because
you cannot convert basic disks to dynamic disks if they contain multiple
installations of Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or the Windows Server
2003 family of operating systems. Moreover, after the conversion, it is unlikely that
you will be able to start the computer using that operating system. After the disk is
converted to dynamic, you can start the operating system that you used to convert
the disk, but you will not be able to start the other operating systems on the disk.
QUESTION NO: 7
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional.
The TestKing.com network contains a file server named TESTKING-SR21.
TESTKING-SR21 has a single 30-GB disk named Disk 0. Disk 0 is divided in to four
primary partitions of 5-GB each. Each partition is formatted with FAT32. The rest
of the disk space on Disk 0 is unallocated.
You receive instruction form the CIO to use the unallocated disk space on Disk 0 to
store user data.
What should you do?
A. Convert all existing partitions to NTFS.
B. Run the create command by using Diskpart.exe.
C. Convert the disk to a dynamic disk, and create a new volume.
D. Run the extend command by using Diskpart.exe.
Answer: C
Explanation: Converting the disk to a dynamic disk and then creating a new volume will
enable you to use the unallocated disk space to store data.
QUESTION NO: 8
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional.
The TestKing.com network contains a file server named TESTKING-SR34.
TESTKING-SR34 has a 40-GB data volume that is mirrored. Each physical disk is
connected to a separate SCSI controller. A faulty SCSI controller causes one of the
hard disks in the mirrored volume to fail. You replace the faulty SCSI controller.
You now need to restore the data volume to its previous state.
What should you do to accomplish this task using the minimum amount of
administrative effort?
A. Run the diskpart active command on the failed volume.
B. Convert the two physical disks on TESTKING-SR34 to basic disks, and then restore
the data.
C. Break the mirror on TESTKING-SR34, and then re-create the mirror.
D. On TESTKING-SR34, select a disk in the mirror and reactivate the volume.
Answer: D
Explanation
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: To restore the volume, replace the failed disk, rescan the disks, and reactivate the disk.
If this doesn't make the volume healthy again, then right-click the volume and choose
Reactivate Volume. The computer will chug away for a couple of minutes, rebuilding the
missing data with the parity information on the remaining disks, and the stripe set will be
back in one piece. Thus if you select a disk in the mirror and then reactivate the volume
you will solve the problem in this case.
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional.
A TestKing.com employee named Mia Hamm works in the Research and
Development department. One morning Mia Hamm complains that she cannot
connect to a file server named TESTKING-SR24.
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What should you do to enable Mia Hamm to access the server?
Explanation: Re-enable the NIC.
In the exhibit the 3Com 3C920 Integrated Fast Ethernet Controller is marked with a red
cross. This means that you will first have to enable this card to re-establish a connection
to the server TESTKING-SR24.
If you disable a listener connection, no one will be able to connect to Terminal Services
on the NIC for which it is configured until you re-enable it.
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional. You use Microsoft Operations Manager
(MOM) to monitor all servers.
A database server named TESTKING-DB05 runs Microsoft SQL Server 2005.
TESTKING-DB05 is located at a remote data center.
TESTKING-DB05 shuts down and restarts unexpectedly during business hours.
You check the event log to identify the cause of the problem. The event log indicates
that there is a problem with the SCSI CD-ROM.
What should you do to ensure that TESTKING-DB05 remains continuously
available during business hours?
Answer: A
Explanation: The problem lies with the SCSI CD-ROM as indicated by the Event
Log. This means that if you circumvent the problem you will avoid the problem of
TESTKING-DB05 restarting at unexpected times. Thus you only need to disable the
SCSI CD-ROM and not remove it. You can enable and disable devices for a specific
hardware profile through their properties dialog boxes in Device Manager.
QUESTION NO: 3
You work as the network administrator at TestKing.com. The TestKing.com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All
servers on the TestKing.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional. TestKing.com has its headquarters in
Chicago and a branch office in Dallas. A server TESTKING-SR24 connects the
main office to the branch office by using an external 56-Kbps dial-up modem.
One morning, users in the Dallas office complain that they cannot connect to
TESTKING-SR24. On investigation, you discover that the modem is turned off. You
restart the modem. You then open Device Manager on TESTKING-SR24 and see
the information shown in the Device Manager exhibit.
You need to ensure that the connection between the headquarters and the Dallas
branch office is functioning correctly. Your solution must involve the minimum
amount of change to TESTKING-SR24 and.
What should you do to accomplish this task by making the using the minimum
amount of changed to TESTKING-SR24? Your solution must cause the minimum
amount of interruption in network service.
Answer: C
Explanation: According to the exhibit, there is no modem found. This is evident
from the lack of modem subsection. You should thus Open Device Manager to scan
TESTKING-SR24 for changes in hardware in an effort to find the modem. This will
ensure that you do not add any changes to the existing network and with the
minimum amount of server downtime.