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Which domain functional level can be used to provide advanced features when all domain controllers in the domain have been upgraded to Windows 2000?
Windows 2000 native mode
What is a collection of computers & users that share a common database and security policy?
domain
How many nodes are supported by Windows Server 2003 clustering?
Both Enterprise & Datacenter support eight nodes.
What is the data store in Windows Server 2003 that contains information about objects such as users, groups, computers, domains, organizational units (OUs), & security policies?
Active Directory
Which system allows system administrators to make it easier for users to access & manage files that are physically distributed across a network?
Dfs(Distributed file system)
What should you do to reduce the risk of unauthorized use of the Administrator account?
Rename the Administrator account.
Which protocol is used by clients & servers to communicate on the World Wide Web(WWW)?
HTTP(Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
Which installation option tells the Setup Wizard to copy the contents of the Window's 2003 CD-ROM onto the hard drive, and then install from that copy?
/makelocalsource
What is the name of a TCP/IP network using Internet technology that is internal to a network and not connected to the Internet?
intranet
Which edition of Windows Server 2003 cannot be configured as a domain controller?
Windows Server 2003, Web Edition
What are the four domain functional levels supported by Windows Server 2003 Active Directory?
Windows 2000 mixed (default)
Windows 2000 native
Windows Server 2003 Interim
Windows Server 2003
Which types of domain controllers are supported by the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Interim domain functional level?
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Which master listing of definitions is used to define the kinds of objects, and the types of information about those objects, that can be stored in Active Directory?
Active Directory Schema
Which Windows 2003 domain controller maintains a full copy of all Active Directory objects in its host domain and a partial copy of all objects in the forest?
global catalog
By default, where is the first global catalog in the forest placed?
On the first domain controller installed in the forest.
What is the process of resuming normal business operations as quickly as possible after a disaster ends?
disaster recovery
Which structure is a hierarchical arrangement of one or more Windows Server 2003 domains with a single root name?
tree
What are three installation options that can accompany either an attended or an unattended installation of Windows 2003 Server?
/checkupgradeonly
/dudisable
/makelocalsource
Which two Windows Server 2003 features must your DNS server support for name resolution?
SRV records
Dynamic updates
What is the extension of a data network that uses telecommunication links to connect two geographically separated areas?
WAN(Wide Area Network)
What is the only type of trust relationship that can exist between a Windows Server 2003 domain and a Windows NT domain or between Windows 2000 domains in different forests?
one-way non-transitive trust
Which domain functional level can be used to provide additional .NET features supported by Windows 2000 mixed domains but will support both Windows NT 4.0 and Windows Server 2003 domain controllers?
Windows Server 2003 interim
Which part of the TCP/IP suite of protocols controls the exchange of e-mail?
SMTP(Simple mail Transfer Protocol)
Which memory stores frequently accessed random access memory(RAM)locations and addresses of the data which is stored?
cache
What is the standard type of trust relationship between Windows Server 2003 domains in a domain tree or forest?
two-way transitive trusts
Which software program allows a specific hardware device, such as a modem, network card, or printer, to communicate with Windows Server 2003?
device driver
What are the four editions of the Windows Server 2003 family?
Standard Edition
Enterprise Edition
Datacenter Edition
Web Edition
What is a logical relationship established between domains to allow pass-through authentication?
trust relationship
What is a collection of computers grouped for sharing resources over a local area network(LAN) using decentralized administration?
workgroup
Which type of domain controllers are supported by the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 domain functional level?
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Which process provides information availability, fault tolerance, load balancing, and performance benefits by ensuring that all Windows Server 2003 domain controllers receive frequent updates to their copies of Active Directory?
Active directory replication
What should you do to simplify auditing for an attack against the default Administrator account?
Create a decoy Administrator account and monitor for failed logons.
Which edition of the Windows Server 2003 family can only be purchased preloaded on a server certified by Microsoft?
Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition
What is the IP address range class from 192.1.1.0 through 223.254.254.0?
Class C
Which DNS option allows computers to insert name information into a DNS server automatically, to reduce manual updates?
Dynamic update option
What must the computer contain before a Windows 2003 Server can be installed using Remote Installation Services(RIS)?
PXE-compatible network adapter
Which interface can be downloaded and used in Windows Server 2003 to unify management of Group Policy?
GPMC(Group Policy Management Console)
Which installation option disables Windows Dynamic Update?
/dudisable
Which Windows Server 2003 service allows the server to create, manage, and configure Web sites?
IIS(Internet Information Services)
Which types of domain controllers are supported by the Windows 2000 native domain functional level?
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Which replication model is used by Windows Server 2003 Active Directory?
multimaster model
In Windows Server 2003, which replication model allows all domain controllers in a domain to accept changes and replicate these changes to all other controllers in that domain?
multimaster replication
Which protocol is used to get and set status information about computers on a TCP/IP network?
SNMP(Simple Network Management Protocol)
What must be done to a Windows 2003 Server within a certain time frame or Windows 2003 Server will cease to function?
It must be activated.
What is the IP address range class from 1.0.0.0 through 126.0.0.0??
Class A
Which Windows Server 2003 computer is a server without a mouse, monitor, keyboard, and video card, and is monitored remotely?
headless server
Which container object can be used in a Windows 2000 domain to organize objects into logical administrative groups?
OUs(organizational units)
Which Windows Server 2003 computer type does not host a copy of the Active Directory database but is a member of the domain?
member server
Which types of domain controllers are supported by the Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level?
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0
Microsoft Windows 2000
Windows Server 2003
What is the IP address range class from 128.1.0.0 through 191.254.0.0?
Class B
Which three operating systems can be upgraded to Windows Server 2003?
Windows NT 3.51 (must first be upgraded to NT 4.0)
Windows NT 4.0 Server
Windows Server 2000
How do you promote a Windows Server 2003 member server to a domain controller?
Run dcpromo.exe.
Which Windows Server 2003 functionality is added for moving single or multiple objects between containers within the domain?
drag-and-drop
What is a group of computers and other devices dispersed over a specific area and connected by a communications link that allows one device to interact with any other on the network?
LAN(Local Area Network)
How does Windows Server 2003 Active Directory allow administrators to grant control of objects in Active Directory to trusted users?
by delegating administrative authority to a user or group
Which command-line utility is used for renaming domains in Windows Server 2003 forests?
Domain Rename Tool(Rendom.exe)
Which Windows Server 2003 computer type does not host a copy of the Active Directory database and is not a member of the domain?
standalone server
Which versions(s) of Windows Server 2003 supports clustering?
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition
Which domain functional level can be used to provide advanced Windows 2003 features when all domain controllers in the domain have been upgraded to Windows Server 2003?
Windows Server 2003
Which installation option is available with winnt32.exe only and tells the Setup Wizard to check your computer for Windows Server 2003 compatibility?
/checkupgradeonly
Which domain controller stores a partial copy of all Active Directory objects in a forest?
global catalog
Which type of DNS records allows a DNS server to keep track of network servers that offer special functionality, such as a domain controller?
SRV records
What is a collection of one or more Windows Server 2003 domains that share a common schema, configuration, and global catalog, and are linked with two-way transitive trusts?
forest
Which company provides Internet access to remote users via dial-up or leased lines?
ISP(Internet Service Provider)
Which two Active Directory objects are used to control the traffic associated with replication that must traverse WAN connections to remote network locations?
sites and site links
What is the name of a security system that is a combination of hardware and software that protects a network against external threats coming from another network or the Internet?
firewall