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Which NTFS file permission allows users to overwrite the file, change file attributes, and view file ownership and permissions?
Write
Which NTFS file permission allows users to modify and delete the file and perform the actions permitted by the Read & Execute permission and Write permission?
Modify
You have a single file that you want to make available to multiple users simultaneously over the network. How can this be accomplished?
Place the file in a folder, and share the folder. Files cannot be shared.
Which NTFS folder permission allows users to delete the folder and perform the actions permitted by the Read & Execute permission and Write permission?
Modify
How can administrators restrict the use of applications installed on a Windows Server 2003 terminal server?
Software restriction policies can be configured to allow certain programs to be run by specified users.
How many users can connect to a shared folder on a Windows-based client computer?
10
Which permission is assigned by default when new users or groups are added to a shared folder?
Read
You have created a copy of a shared folder. What is the share status of both the original and new folders?
Original folder - still shared
New folder - not shared
What does Windows Server 2003 use to set authentication privileges on files, folders, and shares?
DACLs(discretionary access control lists)
Which NTFS folder permission allows users to view files and subfolders in the folder and folder attributes, ownership, and permissions?
Read
Which NTFS file permission allows users to run applications and perform the actions permitted by the Read permission?
Read & Execute
Which built-in groups are provided default access to shared folders on a Windows Server 2003 domain controller for the purpose of configuring folder properties?
Administrators group
Server Operators group
How can you hide a shared folder to prevent it from being viewed by users over the network?
Append a dollar sign($) after the name of the shared folder.
How many users can connect to a shared folder on a Windows Server 2003 computer?
up to the number of licenses purchased
How does NTFS provide additional reliability over FAT or FAT32?
NTFS uses log file and checkpoint information to restore the integrity of the file system each time the system is restarted.
You have moved a published shared folder from one computer to another and updated the reference to the physical location. What is the status of the shared folder in Active Directory?
Users will be able to find the folder in Active Directory.
Which three general improvements have been made to the server side of Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services?
Improved Server Management
Security Enhancements
Session Directory
Which command-line utility and switch can be used to share folders?
net share
What are two security improvements that NTFS provides over FAT or FAT32?
Provides Encrypting File System(EFS).
File-based security using access control lists(ACLs).
Which share is automatically created and provides administrators with access to the system root folder, regardless of the folder name?
Admin$
In general, how does Windows Server 2003 remote administration and Terminal Services differ from Windows 2000 Terminal Services?
Windows 2000 Server has a dual mode Terminal Services component. Windows Server 2003 separates Remote Administration and Terminal Services functionality into separate configurable components.
You must reconfigure permissions on multiple subfolders on a Windows Server 2003 file server. Some of the subfolders inherit permissions from a parent folder. Which three methods are available for making changes to inherited permissions?
Make the changes directly to the permissions or Apply to settings on the parent folder.
Select the opposite permission(Allow or Deny) on the subfolder to override the inherited permission.
Clear the inherit from parent permission entries that apply to child objects.
Which display settings are used by default during a Remote Desktop Connection(RDC) session?
By default, a remote session is full-screen and high-color.
Which NTFS folder permission allows users to only view the names of files and subfolders in the folder?
List Folder Contents
When creating a copy of a file or folder and placing the copy on a different NTFS volume, what are the resulting NTFS permissions on the copy?
The copy of the file or folder inherits the permissions of the destination folder.
You have shared a folder on a FAT partition and applied the Change share permission on the share. This permission level provides all the Read permissions with additional privileges. Which three additional operations can be performed by users accessing the folder over the network?
Add files and subfolders.
Change data in files.
Delete subfolders and files.
What happens if you move a compressed file from its current location to another folder on the same NTFS volume?
The file remains compressed.
What happens if you copy a compressed file from its current location to a folder on another NTFS volume?
The file inherits the compression state of the target folder.
What happens if you copy a compressed file from its current location to another folder on the same NTFS volume?
The file inherits the compression state of the target folder.
How do you enable Remote Desktop for Administration in Windows Server 2003?
Open the System applet in Control Panel and select the Remote Tab. Select the Allow users to connect remotely to the computer check box.
What will be the status of a file that was moved using the Cut and Paste commands in Windows Explorer into an encrypted folder?
The file will be automatically encrypted.
When moving a file or folder to a different NTFS volume, what are the resulting NTFS permissions on the moved object?
The file or folder inherits the permissions of the destination folder.
Which folders are automatically shared by Windows Server 2003, are hidden, and have permissions automatically set so only members of the Administrators group have full control over the folders?
administrative shares
Under which two scenarios should you not enable shadow copies?
Do not enable shadow copies on volumes that use mounted drives.
Do not enable shadow copies on computers with a dual-boot configuration.
Which level of encryption is used to secure connections to Windows Server 2003 terminal servers?
128-bit, bi-directional RC4 encryption
Which NTFS file permission allows users to change permissions, take ownership, and perform the actions permitted by all the other NTFS permissions?
Full Control
You are viewing the properties page for a subfolder named Jonstone. The permission check boxes appear shaded. Why?
The file or folder has inherited permissions from the parent folder.
How do you enable Terminal Services in Windows Server 2003?
Add the Terminal Server component using the Windows Components portion of the Add/Remove Programs wizard.
You have NTFS permissions assigned to both a file and the folder that contains the file. Which permission set will take precedence?
The permissions set on the file will take precedence.
Which three methods can be used to connect to a shared folder over the network?
Use My Network Places.
Map a network drive.
Use the Run command and type the folder's UNC.
Which permission is assigned by default to all shared folders?
The Read permission is assigned to the Everyone group for the folder.
Which NTFS file permission allows users to read the file and view the file attributes, ownership, and permissions?
Read
Which eight Windows-based operating systems will support the installation of the Remote Desktop Connection(RDC)client software?
Windows for Workgroups
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows CE 2.11
Windows CE.NET
Windows NT
Windows 2000
Windows XP Professional
Which term refers to the process by which folders are made available to multiple users simultaneously over the network?
sharing
Which NTFS permissions must a user have on the source and target folder in order to perform a file copy operation?
The user must have Read permissions on the source folder and Write permissions on the destination folder.
Which NTFS folder permission allows users to change permissions, take ownership, delete subfolders and files, and perform the actions permitted by all the other NTFS permissions?
Full Control
What is the resulting permission set when both NTFS and share permissions are combined?
The most restrictive of either the combined shared folder permissions or combined NTFS permissions will be applied.
From a Windows Server 2003 computer, how do you manually enable Remote Desktop?
Right-click My Computer, click Properties, select the Remote tab. Select the Allow users to remotely connect to this computer check box.
You configure a subfolder to prevent NTFS permissions from being inherited. How does this change the status of the subfolder?
The subfolder becomes the new parent folder and the subfolders and files that are contained with the parent will inherit the permissions assigned to the parent object.
Which tool will determine the permissions assigned to a user or group for an object in Windows Server 2003?
Effective Permissions tool
When creating a copy of a file or folder and placing the copy on the same NTFS volume, what are the resulting NTFS permissions on the copy?
The copy of the file or folder inherits the permissions of the destination folder.
When creating a copy of a file or folder and placing the copy on a FAT32 partition, what are the resulting NTFS permissions on the copy?
The NTFS permissions are lost whenever the file is copied or moved to a non-NTFS partition.
Which NTFS folder permission allows users to traverse folders, execute files, and perform the actions permitted by the Read permission and the List Folder Content permission?
Read & Execute
When moving a file or folder to a new location on the same NTFS volume, what are the resulting NTFS permissions on the moved object?
The folder retains its original permissions.
How can you use per-NIC permissions to assign access to a Terminal Server that is installed on a multi-NIC server?
You must use the Terminal Services Connection Configuration(TSCC) program to assign access.
Which general settings are provided to define the type of access granted to a user, group, or computer to objects in the forest?
permissions
Which term refers to the numeric values that are used to uniquely identify a user or group?
Security Identifiers (SIDs)
Which three general improvements have been made to the client side of Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services?
Improved Client Interface
Client Resource Redirection
Client Deployment Options
Which Windows products include the Remote Desktop Connection(RDC) client by default?
Windows XP Professional
Windows Server 2003
Which primary protocol is used in Remote Desktop connections?
Remote Desktop Protocol(RDP) 5.1
Which four primary improvements have been made to the Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services client interface?
Greater functionality through a simplified user interface.
Easier to move between the remote session and the local desktop.
More control over client-side configurations using new tabbed property sheet.
Automatic reconnects when a network interruption causes the session to be lost.
Which shares are automatically created so that administrators can remotely connect to a computer and perform administrative tasks?
C$, D$, E$ (the root of each partition with drive letters assigned)
ADMIN$
IPC$
Print$
Which built-in group provides its members with the ability to access the Terminal Server computer?
Remote Desktop Users(RDU)group
You are creating a new folder named Marketing. Multiple subfolders will be created within Marketing. Each subfolder will have different permissions configured and should not inherit the settings from Marketing. How is this accomplished?
Set the Apply onto setting to This folder only when defining the special permissions for Marketing.
You have a shared folder on a FAT partition and applied the Full Control share permission on the share. This permission level provides all the Change permissions with additional privileges. Which additional operation can be performed by users accessing the folder over the network?
Change permissions on NTFS files and subfolders.
What happens if you move a compressed file from its current location to a folder on another NTFS volume?
The file inherits the compression state of the target folder.
Which permission is required to retrieve information about effective permissions in Active Directory?
Read membership information permission
In Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services, what is Client Resource Redirection?
This feature allows all client devices - local and network drives, ports, Windows keys, etc. - to be visible to the server and server-based audio alerts to be redirected to the client.
Which share is automatically created and provides administrators with access to the printer driver files for all client computers?
Print$
Which NTFS folder permission allows users to create new files and subfolders in the folder, change folder attributes, and view folder ownership and permissions?
Write
What are three storage-related improvements that NTFS provides over FAT or FAT32?
NTFS supports disk quotas.
NTFS supports larger files and a larger number of files per volume.
NTFS provides more efficient use of storage space by using smaller cluster sizes (4-KB).
You have shared a folder on a FAT partition and applied the Read permission on the share. Which three operations can be performed by users accessing the folder over the network?
View file names & subfolder names.
View data in files & attributes.
Run program files.
Which process enables users to locate resources, including shared folders, in Active Directory?
publishing
How do you modify client-side configurations when using Remote Desktop Connections(RDCs)?
Click Options on the Remote Desktop Connection dialog box.
You have moved a shared folder from its original location to a new location. What is the shared status of the moved folder?
It is no longer shared.
Which entries specify the SID, special permissions, inheritance information, and an allow or deny flag in the discretionary access control list(DACL)?
access control entries(ACEs)
Which built-in groups are provided default access to shared folders on a Windows 2003 stand-alone or member server for the purpose of configuring folder properties?
Administrators group
Power Users group
What is the default inheritance behavior for NTFS folder permissions?
Permissions are inherited by subfolders.
You are creating a new folder named Manufacturing. Multiple subfolders will be created within Manufacturing. All but one of the subfolders will have the same permissions configured as Manufacturing. A subfolder named ProcessDocs will have more restrictive permissions. How can this be accomplished?
Clear the Inherit from parent setting on the ProcessDocs subfolder.