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Which boot option available during the startup of Windows Server 2003 allows you to revert to the registry settings and system configurations that were saved during the last successful logon, thus removing any drivers and modifications that could be preventing the system from booting successfully?
Last Known Good Configuration
Which files are included in a Windows startup disk?
NtldrNtdetect.com
Boot.ini
ntbottdd.sys(optional for disk controllers)
Which files on a Windows Server 2003 domain controller can be included in a system state backup?
Registry Boot files, COM+ Registration, including the system files
Certificate Services database
Active Directory directory service
SYSVOL volume
Cluster service information
IIS metadirectory
System files that are under Windows File Protection
In which two ways can you create an Automated System Recovery(ASR)set?
Open the Backup or Restore wizard and select the All information on this computer option.
Open the Backup or Restore wizard, select Advanced Mode, open the Tools menu and select ASR Wizard.
Which utility is a replacement for the Kill tool and can be used to end tasks or processes?
TaskKill
Which files are included in a Windows Server 2003 Windows Startup disk?
NtldrNtdetect.com
Boot.ini
Ntbootdd.sys(for systems with SCSI disks only)
Which command-line interface provides a limited set of administrative commands that are useful for repairing a computer if the computer cannot boot into safe mode?
Recovery Console
You have shadow copies enabled for shared folders. How can you access a previous version of a folder without deleting the current version of the folder?
Use Copy to copy the previous version to a different location.
Which Windows Server 2003 troubleshooting feature allows you to manage files and folders, start and stop services, format volumes, and repair the master boot record(MBR) and boot sectors when the machine will not boot in safe mode?
Recovery Console
What are two limitations to using NTBackup?
Only the entire folder can be backed up, not just individual files.
NTBackup does not support the use of wildcard characters, such as asterisks.
Which Recovery Console command will list all available services and drivers on the computer?
Listsvc
What is the minimum scope for which shadow copies can be enabled?
on a per-volume basis
What items must you have to restore a computer using an Automatic System Recovery(ASR) set?
You must have the backup set and the floppy disk that was created when the backup set was made.
What is the method of starting Windows Server 2003 using basic files and drivers only, without networking?
Safe Mode
Which data files are used by Windows to load, configure, and run the operating system and must be backed up as a unit to provide full recoverability for the associated computer?
system state data
You have replaced a failed hard drive and used an Automated System Recovery(ASR) set to restore a computer. What do you do to restore the remaining lost data?
Restore the data from backup. ASR will not back up data files.
Which three restore location options are available in the Windows Backup utility?
Original location
Alternative location
Single folder
How are shared folders in a volume affected by the enabling of shadow copies?
Shadow copies are enabled for all shared folders on the volume.
Which key do you press during the operating system selections phase of startup to bring up the Windows Server 2003 Advanced Startup Options menu?
F8
When restoring a computer's system state data, how do you determine the destination location for the restored files?
Backup determines the destination for all system state files. You cannot choose where to restore the system state data files.
Which command-line utility in Windows Server 2003 replaces the AT utility and can be used to schedule, modify, and delete tasks?
Schtasks
How do you back up and create an Automated System Recovery set for servers that participate in a cluster?
Make sure the Cluster service is running on each node and run the Automated System Recovery Preparation Wizard on all nodes.
Which new Windows Server 2003 feature provides the ability to access point-in-time, read-only copies of files on network shares?
shadow copies
Which backup type copies all selected files that have been modified the day of the backup?
daily backup
What happens when the storage limit defined for shadow copies on a volume is reached?
Older versions of the shadow copies are deleted and cannot be retrieved.
Which command should you use from the Recovery Console to write a new partition boot sector onto the system partition?
Fixboot
Which command-line utility can be used to administer shadow copies?
vssadmin
Which new Windows Server 2003 safeguard uses a two-part backup that can be used to recover a system after replacing the hard disk or if all other recovery attempts have failed?
Automated System Recovery (ASR)
Which command-line tool in Windows Server 2003 can be used to back up and restore data?
NTBackup
Which groups can perform restore operations of all files, regardless of assigned permissions?
Administrators
Server Operators
Backup Operators
Which three pieces of information does an Automated System Recovery(ASR) contain on the ASR floppy disk?
backup location
disk configurations
restore procedures
Which backup up type copies only those files created or changed since the last normal or incremental backup, and will clear the archive bit after the backup is performed?
incremental backup
What is the minimum amount of storage space that can be allocated for shadow copies?
100 MB
How does logging onto a computer in Safe mode affect the settings in the Last Known Good Configuration set?
Starting the system and logging on in Safe mode does not affect the Last Known Good Configuration set.
Which Recovery Console command will allow you to disable a Windows system service or driver?
Disable
Which groups can perform backup operations of all files, regardless of assigned permissions?
Administrators
Server Operators
Backup Operators
How can you ensure that all open files are included in a backup set, including always-open database files and those left open by user error?
Create a shadow copy backup of the associated volume.
Which backup type copies all selected files created or changed since the last normal or incremental backup?
differential backup
How do you install the Recovery Console on the hard drive of your Windows Server 2003 computer?
From the i386 folder on the Windows Server 2003 CD, run the winnt32 command with the /cmdcons switch.
How can shadow copies documents be viewed by users using client computers?
By installing the shadow copies client software on the client computers.
What happens to the permissions on a shadow copies file once the file is restored?
The permissions stay the same as they were before the file was restored.
What should you use to troubleshoot a Windows Server 2003 computer that stops responding after a new device driver is installed?
Last Known Good Configuration
Which command should you use from the Recovery Console to check a disk for errors?
Chkdsk
What happens to the permissions on a shadow copies file once the file is copied?
The default permissions for the directory where the copied version in placed will be applied.
Which files and folders can be restored by any user?
Files and folders for which the user has Write permissions.
What is the maximum number of shadow copies that can be stored on a volume?
64
Which backup type copies all selected files and marks each as having been backed up?
normal backup
Which two parts does Automated System Recovery(ASR) contain?
backup
recovery
Which command can be typed at a command prompt to list existing shadow copies?
vssadmin list shadows
Which command should you use from the Recovery Console to repair the master boot record of the partition boot sector?
Fixmbr
Which files and folders can be backed up by any user?
Files and folders created by the user and those for which the user has Read permissions.
How do you use an Automated System Recovery set to restore a failed computer?
Restart the computer using the original operating system CD.
Install any mass storage controller drivers.
Press F2 when prompted and insert the ASR floppy disk.
Follow the directions on the screen.
You are attempting to create a Windows Startup disk but cannot locate the required files. What should you do?
You must change the folder options for the folder holding the system files to display system files. The files are hidden by default.
Which backup type copies all selected files, but does not mark the files as being backed up?
copy backup
You want to move your shadow copies storage to another volume. What will happen when the storage volume is moved to the new location?
The existing shadow copies will be deleted and lost.
Which files and configurations are included in an Automated System Recovery(ASR) set by default?
ASR included the system state, system services, and all disks associated with the operating system components. It also creates a startup disk that contains information about the backup, the disk configurations, and how to accomplish a restore.
What will occur if files backed up from an NTFS volume are restored to a FAT partition?
You may lose data and will lose permissions, encrypting file system(EFS) settings, disk quota information, mounted drive information, and Remote Storage information.
Which Safe Mode options are available from the Windows Server 2003 Advanced Startup Options menu?
Safe Mode
Safe Mode with Networking
Safe Mode with Command Prompt
In Windows Server 2003, how can you recover a document that was inadvertently overwritten?
Access a previous point-in-time version, or shadow copy, of the document.