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You are the network administrator for your company. The company has numerous branch offices, and each office uses Internet Connecting Sharing to connect to the Internet. A new employee named David Johnson is configuring a Windows 2000 Server computer as a file server. When David uses Windows update for the first time and selects Product Update, he receives an error message stating that access is denied. David needs to be able to update the files by using his account. What should you do?

A. Configure the settings for Internet Connecting Sharing to allow POP3 access.
B. Configure the settings for Internet Connecting Sharing to allow SMTP access.
C. Give David's user account administrator privileges on the Windows 2000 Server computer.
D. Instruct David to log on as a domain administrator on the Windows 2000 Server computer.
C. Give David's user account administrator privileges on the Windows 2000 Server computer.
You install a second modem on a Windows 2000 Server computer configured with Routing and Remote Access. Dial-in users report that they are unable to connect to the server by using this new modem. What can you do to help find out the cause of the problem? (Choose Three.)

A. Use the Diagnostics tab in Phone and Modem Options in Control Panel to query the modem.
B. Use device Manager to identify any port resource conflicts.
C. Use the Routing and Remote Access snap-in to find out whether the ports for both modems are operational.
D. From a command prompt, run the Net Config Server command.
E. From a command prompt, run the Net Statistics command.
F. Use Regedit32 to view the Error Control value in the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\RemoteAccess Key.
A. Use the Diagnostics tab in Phone and Modem Options in Control Panel to query the modem.
B. Use device Manager to identify any port resource conflicts.
C. Use the Routing and Remote Access snap-in to find out whether the ports for both modems are operational.
You are the administrator of the contoso.local domain. You organize the
domain into organizational units (OUs) as shown in the exhibit. You configure the Local Security Options and other settings for the Default Domain Policy object. You delegate administration of the Michigan and Florida OUs. You want to prevent those administrators from creating any other Group Policy objects (GPOs) with settings that conflict with those you configured.
What should you do?

A. From the Group Policy options for the contoso.local domain, set the option not to override.
B. From the Group Policy options for the Michigan and Florida OUs, set the
option not to override.
C. Block Group Policy inheritance for the contoso.local domain.
D. Block Group Policy inheritance in the Michigan and Florida OUs.
A. From the Group Policy options for the contoso.local domain, set the option not to override.
You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 domain and TWO Windows NT domains. The Windows 2000 domain trusts each of the Windows NT domains, and the Windows NT domains trust the Windows 2000 domain. A Windows 2000 domain controller named DC1 is configured to use a highly secure domain controller security template. Users in the Windows NT domains report that they cannot access DC1. You need to allow the users of computers in the Windows NT domain to access resources on DC1. What should you do?

A. Apply a less restrictive custom security template to DC1.
B. Apply a less restrictive custom system policy to Windows NT domain
controllers.
C. Ensure that the Windows 2000 domain is configured in the mixed mode.
D. Ensure that the Windows 2000 domain is configured to run in the native mode.
A. Apply a less restrictive custom security template to DC1.
Your company has 50 offices. The employees in these offices have limited
knowledge of Windows 2000. Each office has a network of between 5 and 20 client computers. The office networks are not connected to any other networks. The company is buying 50 identical computers to run Windows 2000 Server in these offices. These servers must be installed to the company's standard configuration. You create a setup information file (SIF) that specifies the company's standard configuration. You want to automate the installation process as much as possible in the least possible amount of time. What should you do?

A. Use the makebt32.exe to create 4 installation startup disks and add the SIF to the first disk. Instruct an employee at each office to start the installation by using these disks.
B. Create an MS-DOS boot disk that contains the CD-ROM drivers and the SIF and that runs WinNT /S:D:\I386 command. Instruct an employee at each office to start the installation by using this disk.
C. Create a floppy disk that contains only the SIF. Instruct an employee at each office to start the installation by using the Windows 2000 Server CD-ROM with the floppy disk inserted after startup.
D. Create a Windows 2000 folder on the hard disk, copy the Windows 2000 Server
CD-ROM to the folder, add the SIF to the folder. Copy the folder to the writable CD. Instruct an employee at each office to start the installation by using this CD.
C. Create a floppy disk that contains only the SIF. Instruct an employee at each office to start the installation by using the Windows 2000 Server CD-ROM with the floppy disk inserted after startup.
Your network includes Windows 98 computers and Windows 2000 Server computers. You are adding a new computer to the network. You plan to install Windows 2000 Server on the new computer. The computer has one 20 GB hard disk with no
partition defined.

The Windows 2000 Server CD ROM is unavailable. You want to install Windows 2000
server from the source files that are located on a server on the network. You
also want the entire hard disk of the new computer to be used for the system
partition.

What should you do?

A. On another Windows 2000 computer use makebt32.exe to create installation
startup disks. Start the computer by using the first disk.
B. On another Windows 2000 computer format a floppy disk. Copy NTLDR, boot.ini,
ntdetect.com, ntbottdd.sys to the disk. Start the computer by using the disk.
C. Start the new computer by using the Windows 98 network boot disk. Connect to
the server. Run dsclient.exe. Create and format 20GB FAT32 partition.
D. Start the new computer by using the Windows 98 network boot disk. Create and
format a single FAT32 partition. Connect to network server. Run winnt.exe.
E. Start the computer by using Windows 98 network boot disk. Create and format a single Fat 32 partition. Start the new computer by using the Windows 2000 emergency repair disk.
D. Start the new computer by using the Windows 98 network boot disk. Create and format a single FAT32 partition. Connect to network server. Run winnt.exe.
You are an administrator of your company's network. You want to perform
routine upgrades on your Windows 2000 Server computer. You use your non administrator user account in the domain to log on to the server. You want to update all of the critical system files and patches on the server in the shortest possible time. What should you do?

A. Run Windows Update.
B. Run System File Checker.
C. Log on as an Administrator and run Windows Update.
D. Log on as an Administrator and run System File Checker.
C. Log on as an Administrator and run Windows Update.
You are the network administrator at Island Hopper News. The domain and network configuration is a single-site Windows 2000 domain that is configured as shown in the exhibit.You must provide Terminal Services to the Pentium MMX client computers. You also need to able to manage user licenses and enable users to access term1.islandhoppernews.com. First, you install terminal services in application server mode on
term1.islandhoppernews.com. What should you do next?

A. Install terminal services licensing on term1.islandhoppernews.com. Select the Enterprise License server option.
B. Install terminal services licensing on term1.islandhoppernews.com. Select the domain license server option.
C. Install terminal services licensing on file1.islandhoppernews.com. Select the enterprise license server option.
D. Install terminal services licensing on file1.islandhoppernews.com. Select the domain license server option.
E. Install terminal services licensing on uu2.islandhoppernews.com. Select the enterprise license server option.
F. Install terminal services licensing on uu2.islandhoppernews.com. Select the Domain license server option.
A. Install terminal services licensing on term1.islandhoppernews.com. Select the Enterprise License server option.
Your Windows 2000 Server computer uses a non-Plug and Play ISA modem configured to use IRQ 5. You add a PCI modem and restart the computer. Device Manager reports an IRQ conflict between the two modems. Both modems are trying to use IRQ 5. You want to resolve the problem. What should you do?

A. Use Device Manager to change the IRQ for the original modem to IRQ 9.
B. Use Device Manager to change the IRQ for the original modem to IRQ 10.
C. Edit the CMOS settings on the computer to reserve IRQ 5 for non-Plug and Play devices.
D. Edit the CMOS settings on the computer to reserve IRQ 10 for non-Plug and Play devices.
C. Edit the CMOS settings on the computer to reserve IRQ 5 for non-Plug and Play devices.
You are the administrator of Windows 2000 Server network. On each server you format a separate system partition and a separate boot partition as NTFS.
Several months later you shut down one of the computers for maintenance. When you try to restart the computer you receive the following error message "NTLDR is missing, press any key to restart". You want to install a new NTLDR file on the computer but you do not want to lose any settings you made since the installation. What should you do?

A. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 Server CD-ROM and choose to repair the installation. Select Recovery Console and copy the NTLDR file on the CD-ROM to the root of the system volume.
B. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 server CD- ROM and choose to reinstall. When the installation is complete copy the NTLDR to the root of the boot volume.
C. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 bootable floppy disk. From a command prompt run the sfc/scanboot command.
D. Start the computer by using Windows 2000 bootable floppy disk. Run the file
signature verification utility.
A. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 Server CD-ROM and choose to repair the installation. Select Recovery Console and copy the NTLDR file on the CD-ROM to the root of the system volume.