• Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/231

Click to flip

231 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
What account option allows Apple users to log on to Windows networks?
The "Store passwords using reversible encryption" account option allows Apple users to log on to Windows networks.
What procedure should you follow to open Disk Defragmenter.
To open Disk Defragmenter, you should open the Start menu, then point to all programs. Next, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, then click Disk Defragmenter
What is the minimum number of dynamic disks that are required to create a RAID-5 volume
A minimum of three dynamic disks are required to create a RAID-5 volume
What command can you use in the Recovery Console on a Windows Server 2003 computer to delete a folder?
You can use the "rmdir" command in the Recovery Console on a Windows Server 2003 computer to delete a folder.
What is denoted by the acronym SACL.
SACL denotes (S)ystem (A)ccess (C)ontrol (L)ist
On a Terminal Services connection, when would it be necessary to enable the Client Compatible level of encryption option?
The Client Compatible level of encryption for Terminal Services connections should be used when the terminal server is running in an environment that includes legacy clients or diverse clients.
What procedure should you follow to open Device Manager
To open Device Manager, you should open the Start menu, point to Control Panel, point to Administrative Tools, click Computer Management, then click Device Manager. b. use devmgmt.msc from run command
What RAID implementation protects against the failure of both a controller and a hard disk?
Disk duplexing protects against the failure of both a controller and a hard disk.
What file types are stored in the Registry on a Windows Server 2003 computer and can be excluded from a backup file?
Registered files are stored in the Registry on a Windows Server 2003 computer and can be excluded from a backup file.
What group scope includes only user accounts and global groups from the domain in which the group is defined?
A global group only includes user accounts and global groups from the domain in which the group is defined.
In Windows Server 2003, what application can you use to view a list of all installed hardware devices?
The device manager.
What type of user profile is issued when a user profile cannot be loaded due to an error?
A temporary user profile is issued when a user profile cannot be loaded due to an error.
What term describes a mirrored volume in which each of the two disks is placed on its own disk controller to provide access to data even in one disk controller fails?
Disk duplexing describes a mirrored volume in which each of the two disks is placed on its own disk controller to provide access to data even if one disk controller fails.
When a new group is created, what is the default scope?
When a new group is created, the default scope is global.
What feature of Group Policy allows an administrator to simulate the resultant policy set for an object before actually applying the policies?
Group policy Modeling allows an administrator to simulate the resultant policy set for an object before actually applying the policies.
What service manages the "HelpAssistant" account?
The Remote Desktop Help Session manager service manages the Help Assistant account
What logon right should be granted to a user who needs to log on to a member server.
The "Allow log on locally" right should be granted to a user who needs to log on to a member server.
When a hard disk is upgraded from basic storage to dynamic storage, how much unallocated storage space is required?
When a hard disk is upgraded from basis storage to dynamic storage, at least 1 MB of unallocated storage space is required.
What is the default share permission that is assigned to the local Administrators group?
By default, the Full Control share permission is assigned to the local Administrators group.
What procedure should you follow to exclude a custom file type for all users from a backup file created with the Microsoft Backup utility.
You should use the following procedure to exclude a custom file type from a backup file created with the Microsoft Backup utility: clicks the Tools menu, click Options, select the Exclude Files tab, click the Add New button in the button is the Files excluded for all users area, type the file name extension in the Custom file mask area of the Add Excluded Files dialog box, and click the OK button twice.
Are groups with global scope repeated across domains?
No, groups with global scope are not replicated across domains.
What is the first action that you should take when a user reports that his Remote Desktop Connection is very slow?
You should reset the background selection to None on the remote computer. Additionally, you should advise users against running memory-intensive software programs over remote desktop connections.
On a Windows Server 2003 network, what should you do in order to make shadows copies available for files shared on a Windows XP computer
If you want shadow copies to be available for files shared on a Windows XP computer that resides on Windows Server 2003 network, then you should move the files to a shared folder on a Windows Server 2003 computer that has the Shadow Copies of Shared Folders feature enabled.
What type of user profile is created the first time a user logs on to a computer.
A local user profile is created the first time a user logs on to a computer.
What Microsoft Backup restore option might cause data loss if a file you are modifying is contained in a backup set that is being restored?
The "Always replace the file on my computer" Microsoft Backup restore option might cause data loss if a file you are modifying is contained in a backup set that is being restored because the file you are modifying will be replaced by the older file in the backup set.
What syntax is user with the command-line utility that manages server connections in order to end a session with a client computer?
The syntax used with the command-line utility that manages server connections in order to end a session with a client computer is: net session [\\ComputerName] [/delete]
What command-line utility is used to view the maximum number of users who can simultaneously access a shared resource?
Net config is the command-line utility that is used to view the maximum number of users who can simultaneously access a shared resource.
What type of unregistered files can be excluded from backup files in Windows Server 2003
Custom file types care unregistered files that can be excluded from backup files in Windows Server 2003. Unregistered files types are not stored in the Registry on a Windows Server 2003 computer.
On which tab in the Microsoft Backup utility can you schedule backups?
You can use the Schedule Jobs tab in the Microsoft Backup utility to schedule backups
What is denoted by the acronym DACL
The acronym DACL denotes the discretionary access control list
What is the term for a kernel-mode HTTP protocol that processes incoming HTTP requests and returns content from the application and site.
HTTP.sys is a kernel-mode HTTP protocol stack that processes incoming HTTP requests and returns content from the application and site.
To which group does a user who is logged on to a computer and is accessing a local resource belong?
A user who is logged on to a computer and is accessing a local resource belongs to the Interactive group
What parameter should you use with the chkdsk command in order to display the names of all files on a hard disk as they are being checked.
You should use the /v parameter with the chkdsk command in order to display the names of all files on a hard disk as they are being checked.
What term describes locations in memory where data can be passed from one process to another process?
Named pipes are locations in memory where data can be passed from one process to another process. In this manner, the output of one process is the input of another process.
What command-line syntax discontinues the sharing of a resource?
The command-line syntax that discontinues resource sharing is net share sharename /delete
What type of permissions can be configured on FAT and FAT32 volumes.
Only share permissions can be configured on FAT and FAT32 volumes.
When you are performing a domain upgrade from Windows NT to Server 2003, what is the first server that you must upgrade?
When you are performing an upgrade from Windows NT to Server 2003, the primary domain controller (PDC) is the first server that you must upgrade.
What are the two reasons that you should periodically perform trial restoration from backup media?
You should periodically perform trial restorations from backup media to verify the operation of backup hardware and to ensure that files have successfully backed up.
What dsmod parameter should you use in order to change the scope of a group?
You should use the -scope parameter in order to change the scope of a group.
What folder that is located in the Local Users and Groups Microsoft Management Console displays all local user accounts?
The Users folder that is located in the Local Users and Groups MMC displays all local user accounts.
How does Sever 2003 graphically designate shared folders.
Server 2003 graphically designates shared folders with an icon of a hand holding the folder.
What feature of Server 2003 should you use to reinstall a device driver and restore the previous settings without affecting other files on the computer?
On a Server 2003 computer, you should use the Device Driver Rollback feature to reinstall a device driver and restore the previous settings without affecting any other files on the computer. You cannot use the Device Driver Rollback to roll back printer drivers.
In Microsoft Backup utility, which restore option should you select in order to ensure that the most recent files in a backup are stored on your computer's hard disk?
You should select the Replace the file on disk only if the file on disk is older restore option in order to ensure that the most recent files in a backup are stored on your computer's hard disk
What tool displays the number of attempts to use incorrect passwords and the corresponding time data from all domain controllers in a domain?
Lockoutstatus.exe displays the number of attempts to use incorrect passwords and the corresponding time data from all domain controllers in a domain.
On what computers is the special shared resource NETLOGON located?
The NETLOGON special shared resource is stored on domain controllers.
What tab on the Licensing console allows an administrator to view and configure licensing for products on servers in any site or domain for which she has administrative authority.
The Server Browser tab in the Licensing console allows an administrator to view and configure licensing for products on servers in any site or domain for which she has administrative authority
What type of permissions takes precedence over inherited permissions?
Permissions that have been applied explicitly take precedence over permissions that have been inherited.
If you are unsure about how a backup will affect the consistency of a file that is being used by a particular application, then what action should you perform before you start the backup?
If you are unsure about how a backup will affect the consistency of a file that is being used by a particular application, then you should shut down the application before you start the backup.
What Windows Server 2003 component should you use to change resource settings for a hardware device?
You should use the device manager to change resource settings for a hardware device.
How much free space must be available on a volume in order for Disk Defragmenter to completely defragment that volume?
15%
What types of roaming user profiles can be used to specify particular settings for individuals or an entire group of users?
A Mandatory user profile is a roaming user profile that can be used to specify particular settings for individuals or an entire group of users.
What action should you perform once you have created a mirrored volume.
Once you have created a mirrored volume, you should create and test a boot disk that is configured to boot Windows by using the volume mirror on the second disk of the mirrored volume pair.
By default which two Server 2003 local groups have permission to back up data?
By default, the Administrators and Backup Operators local groups have permission to backup data
What command can be used to either connect or disconnect a computer from a shared resource?
The net use command can be used to either connect or disconnect a computer from a shared resource.
What disk storage type must you use to create a RAID volume in Server 2003?
You must use dynamic disk storage to create RAID volumes in Server 2003
What are the six standard NTFS folder permissions
Read, Write, List Folder Contents, Read & Execute, Modify, and Full Control
Which restore option should you select in Microsoft Backup in order to ensure that files on your computer's hard disk are always replaced regardless of whether the files in the backup are older or newer than the files on the hard disk?
You should select the Always replace the file on my computer restore option to overwrite files on your hard disk with the ones from the backup.
What steps are involved in creating a local user account?
To create a local user account, first open the Computer Mangement console, then expand the Local Users and Groups node, highlight the Users folder, and select New User from the Action menu. Next, enter the appropriate info in the New User dialog box, and click Create.
When should an Automated System Recovery (ASR) backup typically be performed?
An ASR backup should typically be performed after changes, such as the installation of a driver, or the application of a hotfix, are made to the Server 2003 OS.
What is the core technology that is used to facilitate Terminal Server, Remote Desktop, and Remote Assistance
Terminal Services is the core technology that is used to facilitate Terminal Server, Remote Desktop, and Remote Assistance
What Server 2003 feature can be used to perform administrative tasks when a user is not logged on to a computer with his or her administrative credentials
Run as can be used to perform administrative tasks when a user is not logged on to a computer with his/her administrative credentials
What fault tolerance scheme provides faster read performance but slower write performance than mirrored volumes?
RAID-5 volumes provide faster read performance, but slower write performance than mirrored volumes.
What tool is used to ascertain the permissions that a user or group has been assigned to an object.
The Effective Permissions tool is used to ascertain the permissions that a user or group has for an object.
Which type of active directory group is used to assign permissions and shared resources?
Security groups are AD groups that are used to assign permissions to shared resources.
On a Server 2003 computer, what is Emergency Management Services?
Emergency Management Services is a feature of Server 2003 that enables the remote management of a server
What info is contained within an access token
An access token contains a user's name, his or her security identifier (SID), group memberships and SIDs for those groups.
What group scope should be used to combine groups that span domains.
The universal group scope should be used to combine groups that span domains.
Which command should you use in the Recovery Console on a Server 2k3 computer to modify the attributes of a file or folder.
You should use the attrib command in the Recovery Console to modify the attributes of a file or folder.
What term describes an objects security descriptor that is used to grant or deny access to the object to to specific users or groups.
The discretionary access control list (DACL) is the component of an object's security descriptor that is used to grant or deny access to the object to specific users or groups.
What tool can you use in Server 2003 to collect real-time system performance data about hard disks, network connections, and other components.
In Server 2003, you can use the System Monitor to collect real-time performance data about hard disks, network connections, and other components
What device regenerates redundant information when a hardware method is used to implement RAID?
When a hardware method is used to implement RAID, the disk controller regenerates redundant information.
To which special group do users who are currently accessing resources across the network belong?
Users who are currently accessing resources across the network belong to the Network group
What is denoted by the acronym ACE
The acronym ACE denotes access control entry
How many shadow copies can be stored on a Server 2003 volume
Server 2003 can store up to 64 shadow copies on a volume
What happens when one disk in a mirrored volume fails?
When one disk in a mirrored volume fails, the driver continues reading and writing to the functional disk
In Server 2003, what permission is automatically granted to the Everyone group when a new shared folder is created?
The Read permission is automatically granted to the Everyone group when a new shared folder is created.
Membership in what group is required to configure audit policy settings at the domain or organizational unit (OU) level?
Membership in the Domain Admins group or the Enterprise Admins group is required in order to configure audit policy settings at the domain or OU
level.
What happens when the badPwdCount Registry value
for a user exceeds the account lockout threshold
value?
When the badPwdCount Registry value for a user
exceeds the account lockout threshold value, the
user account is disabled.
What is the maximum number of volumes that can be
created on a dynamic disk?
A maximum of 2,000 volumes can be created on a
dynamic disk. However, the recommended maximum
is only 32 volumes.
What factors are used to ascertain effective
permissions?
Answer:
The factors that are used to ascertain permissions are
a user's membership in global and local groups, local
permissions and local privileges
If you issue the ntbackup command without
specifying any options, then what options are
automatically used with the command?
If you issue an ntbackup command without specifying
any options, then the default options of the Microsoft
Backup utility will be used.
To ensure that users can gain access to crucial files,
when should you perform a volume shadow copy?
You can perform a volume shadow copy at any time
because it does not prevent users from accessing the
files that are being copied
From the Active Directory Users and Computers
console, what are the steps involved in finding the
domain groups to which a user belongs?
To find the domain groups to which a user belongs,
first expand the domain node in the Active Directory
Users and Computers console tree. Then, right-click
the user account, then click Properties and select the
Member Of tab.
What term refers to a data structure of variable length
that identifies user, group, and computer accounts to
internal processes within Windows?
Security ID (SID) is a data structure of variable length
that identifies user, group, and computer accounts to
internal processes within Windows
What is the first step you should take when you are
preparing to back up an Encrypting File System (EFS)
volume?
When you are preparing to back up an EFS volume,
you should first back up the recovery agent's private
key. Doing so will enable the recovery agent to
successfully restore encrypted data
Members of what two local groups, by default, can
configure file types to be excluded from a backup file
created with the Microsoft Backup utility?
By default, members of the Administrators and
Backup Operators groups can configure file types to
be excluded from a backup file created with the
Microsoft Backup utility.
In what situation is it acceptable to create a single
mandatory user profile for a group of users?
It is acceptable to create a single mandatory user
profile for a group of users if the users work with
computers that have the same type of video hardware.
By default, how does setting permissions on a parent
folder affect new files and subfolders that are created
in the folder?
After permissions are set on a parent folder, all new
files or subfolders that are subsequently created in
that folder will inherit those permissions.
What command causes the administrative utility of
Terminal Services to alter the initialization file mapping
for a current user?
The change user command causes the administrative
utility of Terminal Services to alter the initialization file
mapping for a current user.
What command can you issue at a command prompt
in Recovery Console mode to write a new master boot
record to a hard disk?
You can use the fixmbr command at a command
prompt in Recovery Console mode to write a new
master boot record to a hard disk.
What RAID level is a striped volume with parity?
A RAID-5 volume is a striped volume with parity.
What term describes a computer's ability to retain all
data and work in progress following a disastrous
event, such as a power outage or a hardware failure?
Fault tolerance is a computer's ability to retain all data
and work in progress following a disastrous event,
such as a power outage or a hardware failure.
What type of backup backs up all selected files
regardless of whether they have been changed since
the last backup and marks the files as having been
backed up?
A normal backup backs up all selected files regardless
of whether they have been changed since the last
backup and marks the files as having been backed up.
What three types of data views does System Monitor
provide?
System Monitor provides graph, histogram, and report
views
What attribute does Windows Server 2003 use with
the Shadow Copies of Shared Folders feature to store
previous versions of files?
The Shadow Copies of Shared Folders feature of
Windows Server 2003 uses the read-only attribute to
store previous versions of files. Consequently,
previous versions of files that the Shadow Copies of
Shared Folders feature stores cannot be edited.
What characteristic of a group identifies the domain
from which members can be added and the domain in
which the rights and permissions assigned to the
group must be applied?
A group's scope identifies the domain from which
members can be added and the domain in which the
rights and permissions assigned to the group must be
applied.
What account setting refers to the amount of time, in
minutes, that an account is locked out in the event that
the lockout threshold is exceeded?
Account lockout duration is the amount of time, in
minutes, that an account will be locked out in the
event that the lockout threshold is exceeded.
What tool can be used to parse Netlogon logs for
specific account lockout events?
The NLParse.exe tool can be used to parse Netlogon
logs for specific account lockout events.
What term refers to a user profile that is created by the
system administrator and is stored on a server?
A Roaming user profile is created by the system
administrator and is stored on a server.
What utility enables users to remotely access
Windows Server 2003 desktops with thin client
software?
Terminal Services enables users to remotely access
Windows Server 2003 desktops with thin client
software.
Members of which two local groups can schedule
backups on a Windows Server 2003 computer by
default?
By default, only members of the Administrators and
Backup Operators local groups can schedule
backups on a Windows Server 2003 computer.
By default, what users are allowed to disable a device
on a Windows Server 2003 computer
By default, users with local administrative privileges
are allowed to disable a device on a Windows Server
2003 computer
What are the four encryption levels supported on
Terminal Services connections?
The four encryption levels supported on Terminal
Services connections are Federal Information
Processing Standard (FIPS), High, Client Compatible
and Low.
What term refers to a collection of user accounts to
which permissions and rights can be assigned
simultaneously?
A group is a collection of user accounts to which
permissions and rights can be assigned
simultaneously
In Windows Server 2003, what type of hard disk
storage uses partitions and logical drives?
In Windows Server 2003, basic hard disk storage uses
partitions and logical drives
What is denoted by the acronym UPN?
The acronym UPN denotes User Principal Name.
What criteria must a dynamic volume meet in order for
the volume to support a fresh installation of Windows
Server 2003?
In order to support a fresh installation of Windows
Server 2003, a dynamic volume must have an entry in
the partition table. Therefore, the dynamic volume
must have been converted from a basic boot volume
or a basic system volume
What character must precede a backup
selection file when it is specified with the
ntbackup command?
The at (@) character must precede a backup selection
file when it is specified with the ntbackup command
Which share permission enables users to modify data
in a file, to add files and to delete files?
The Change share permission enables users to
modify data in a file, to add files and to delete files
What data does Terminal Services send to clients?
Terminal Services sends only the user interface to
clients.
What term refers to the procedure that is used to track
selected types of events, such as user access, by
recording them in the security log?
Auditing is the term that refers to the procedure that is
used to track selected types of events, such as user
access, by recording them in the security log.
How can you avoid affecting network performance
when assigning permissions to a parent object for
which child objects should inherit permissions entries?
You can avoid affecting network performance when
assigning permissions to a parent object for which
child objects should inherit permissions entries by
ensuring all the child objects have identical access
control lists (ACLs).
What type of local user account is created
automatically when a Remote Assistance session is
requested?
A HelpAssistant account is created automatically
when a Remote Assistance session is requested
In Permission entries, which column displays the
folders and subfolders to which permissions have
been applied?
In Permission entries, which is located on the
Permissions tab of a folder, the Apply To column
displays the folders and subfolders to which
permissions have been applied.
What actions should you take first if a user is
unable to copy text from an application
residing on a terminal server to an application
residing on the user's local computer?
If a user is unable to copy text from an application
residing on a terminal server to an application residing
on the user's local computer, you should first uninstall
the existing Remote Desktop Connection installation
from the user's local computer and reinstall it.
What are the three share permissions?
The three share permissions are Read, Change and
Full Control.
What feature of Windows Server 2003 should you use
to repair an application?
You should use the Add or Remove Programs applet
in Control Panel on a Windows Server 2003 computer
to repair an application
What procedure should you follow in Device Manager
to display information about a device driver?
To display information about a device driver in Device
Manager, double-click the type of device for which you
want to view information, then right-click the particular
device, and click Properties. On the Driver tab for the
device, click Driver Details.
In what mode should a Windows Server 2003 domain
controller be started in order for System State data to
be restored?
A Windows Server 2003 domain controller should be
started in Directory Services Restore Mode in order for
System State data to be restored
What is the Terminal Services Client MSI Setup
package?
The Terminal Services Client MSI Setup package is a
deployment tool that installs the Remote Desktop
Connection, as well as associated files, on computers that are running previous Windows versions.
If a server has a host name of Server1 and the
Remote Administration tool has been configured with
an SSL port number of 8080, then what should the
user of a client computer type in the browser address
window to connect to IIS Remote Administration?
If a server has a host name of Server1 and the
Remote Administration tool has been configured with
an SSL port number of 8080, then the user of a client
computer should type https://Server1:8080 in the
browser address window to connect to Remote
Administration.
What option on the Sharing tab of the Properties
dialog box of a shared folder enables you to stop
sharing that folder?
The Do not share this folder option enables you to
stop sharing the folder.
What term describes a hardware device that you must
configure manually or for which you must specify
resources?
Forced hardware describes a hardware device that
you must configure manually or for which you must
specify resources
What Windows Server 2003 component should you
use to manage device drivers?
You should use Device Manager to manage device
drivers.
What two containers in Active Directory include the
default groups?
In Active Directory, the Builtin and Users container
include the default groups.
What are the two situations in which the If possible,
compress the backup data to save space option will
be unavailable on the Advanced Backup Options
dialog box?
The If possible, compress the backup data to save
space option will be unavailable if the computer on
which you are performing the backup does not have a
tape drive or does not have a tape drive that supports
compressed data.
What two security groups in Windows Server 2003
exist to ensure that only trusted users can access and
manipulate sensitive performance data?
In Windows Server 2003, the Performance Log
Users group and the Performance Monitor Users
group exist to ensure that only trusted users can
access and manipulate sensitive performance data.
What are the default permissions for Terminal
Services by group?
The default permissions for Terminal Services by
group are as follows: the Administrators group is
granted Full control, LOCAL SERVICE and
NETWORK SERVICE is granted Service
permissions, the Remote Desktop Users group is
granted User access, the SYSTEM group is granted
Full control, and the Guest group is granted Guest
access.
What is the minimum memory requirement for a
Windows Server 2003 computer with a Pentium
processor?
The minimum memory requirement for a Windows
Server 2003 computer with a Pentium processor is
128 megabytes (MB), although 10 MB is
recommended for each light user and up to 21 MB is
recommended for each power user.
What happens to the data stored on a hard disk when
you convert the disk from dynamic to basic storage?
When you convert a hard disk from dynamic to basic
storage, all of the data stored on the disk is lost
What service must be running on a Windows Server
2003 computer for users to schedule backups with the
Microsoft Backup utility?
The Task Scheduler service must be running on a
Windows Server 2003 computer for users to schedule
backups with the Microsoft Backup utility.
If a configuration change that you make to a Windows
Server 2003 computer prevents the computer from
starting, then what operating system feature should
you use to restore the computer to the state it was in
before the changes were made?
If a configuration change that you make to a Windows
Server 2003 computer prevents the computer from
starting, then you should restart the computer and use
the Last Known Good Configuration startup option to
restore the computer to the state it was in before the
changes were made.
What are the six default administrative shared
resources that can be viewed in the Shares folder
under Shared Folders on Windows Server 2003
domain controllers that have only a single volume?
The six default administrative shared resources that
can be viewed in the Shares folder under Shared
Folders on Windows Server 2003 domain controllers
that have only a single volume are drive letter$, where
drive letter represents the root directory of a drive,
ADMIN$, IPC$, NETLOGON, SYSVOL, PRINT$, and
FAX$.
Why should a member of the Administrators local
group on a Windows Server 2003 computer log on to
the computer with a user account that does not have
administrative permissions and use the Run as option
to start the Microsoft Backup utility as an
administrator?
Logging on to a Windows Server 2003 computer as an
administrator can pose security risks to the computer,
so an administrator should typically log on to a
Windows Server 2003 computer with a user account
that does not have administrative permissions and use
the Run as option to start a program, such as the
Microsoft Backup utility, with administrative
permissions.
In the Backup user interface (UI), what option should
you select in order to back up Remote Storage
reparse points
You should select the Back up data that is in
Remote Storage option in order to back up Remote
Storage reparse points, which are sometimes referred
to as placeholder files
What two tools can be used to assign administrative
control to a user or group?
The Delegation of Control Wizard and the
Authorization Manager can both be used to assign
administrative control to a user or group.
Where can you configure options for an uninterruptible
power supply (UPS) that is connected to your
computer by a Universal Serial Bus (USB) port?
You can configure options for a UPS that is connected
to your computer by a USB port by using the Alarms
and Power Meter tabs in the Power Options applet in
Control Panel
What is denoted by the acronym SPN?
The acronym SPN denotes Service Principal Name.
In Computer Management, how can you define the
number of users who can access a shared folder?
To use Computer Management to define the number
of users who can access a shared folder, you should
expand the System Tools node, expand the Shared
Folders node, expand the Shares node, right-click the
shared folder, and select Properties. In the User limit
area, select Allow this number of users, and specify
the appropriate number in the spin box.
What are the two types of groups in Active Directory?
The two types of groups in Active Directory are
distribution groups and security groups
If you have disabled the local administrator account on
a Windows Server 2003 member server, then what
startup option can you use to enable the account
You can use the Safe Mode startup option to enable a
disabled local administrator account on a Windows
Server 2003 member server computer. The local
administrator account is always available in Safe
Mode on a Windows Server 2003 member server
What parameter can you use with the
chkdsk command in order to fix errors on a
hard disk?
You can use the /f parameter with the chkdsk
command in order to fix errors on a hard disk.
What procedure should you use to install the
Recovery Console on an x86-based Windows Server
2003 computer from a CD-ROM?
To install the Recovery Console on an x86-based
Windows Server 2003 computer from a CD-ROM,
insert the Windows Server 2003 Setup CD-ROM into
the computer's CD-ROM drive, click the Start button,
select Run, type CD-ROMdrive :\i386
\winnt32.exe /cmdcons, click the OK button and
follow the instructions on the screen.
What component of the Search Companion allows a
user to search for printers in Active Directory when the
user is logged on to a Windows domain?
Find Printers is a component of the Search
Companion that allows a user to search for printers in
Active Directory when the user is logged on to a
Windows domain
What command is used to manage shared network
files
The net file command is used to manage shared
network files.
In which Terminal Server security mode is the
TERMINAL SERVER USER security descriptor
applied to all members of the Users group
In the Relaxed security mode, the TERMINAL
SERVER USER security descriptor is applied to all
members of the Users group.
For a product licensed in Per User mode, what
information is shown in Product View in the Licensing
console?
For a product licensed in Per User mode, Product
View shows the number of licenses that have been
purchased for the product and the number of licenses
for the product that are allocated to users or devices
What local group, by default, can use the Backup or
Restore Wizard to format a tape?
By default, members of the Administrators local
group can use the Backup or Restore Wizard to format
a tape.
How can you gain access to the server portion of the
Shadow Copies of Shared Folders feature on a
Windows Server 2003 computer?
You can gain access to the server portion of the
Shadow Copies of Shared Folders feature on a
Windows Server 2003 computer by clicking the
Shadow Copies tab on the Local Disk Properties
dialog box
Why should an administrator avoid performing tasks
that require rebooting when he or she remotely
connects to a server?
An administrator should avoid performing tasks that
require rebooting when he or she remotely connects to
a server because the administrator does not have the
ability to physically intervene if something prevents the
server from restarting. For instance, if a floppy disk
has been left in the drive, the administrator cannot
remove the disk.
On the Restore and Manage Media tab of the
Microsoft Backup utility, what option should you select
in the Restore files to drop-down list box in order to
restore files to a folder?
You should select the Single folder option in the
Restore files to drop-down list box on the Restore
and Manage Media tab of the Microsoft Backup utility
in order to restore files to a folder
What are the steps involved in assigning a logon script
to a local user account?
To assign a logon script to a local user account, open
the Computer Management console, click Users,
right-click the appropriate user account, then select
Properties. On the Profile tab, type the script's path
in the Logon script: field
What is an example of an object that is both a parent
object and a child object?
An example of an object that is both a parent object
and a child object is a subfolder that contains files.
The subfolder is the parent folder of the files contained therein, and the subfolder is the child of another
parent folder
Which startup option should you use on a Windows
Server 2003 computer to start the computer with a
basic set of files and drivers and network support
You should use the Safe Mode with Networking
startup option to start a Windows Server 2003
computer with a basic set of files and drivers and
network support.
What special shared resource is used during the
process of remotely administering a printer?
The PRINT$ special shared resource is used during
the process of remotely administering a printer
What term describes a backup copy that copies the
data that are stored on a computer's hard drive,
including files that are currently open or that are being
used by the operating system?
A volume shadow copy copies the data that are stored
on a computer's hard drive, including files that are
currently open or that are being used by the operating
system. Microsoft Backup can be used to create a
volume shadow copy
What is denoted by the acronym PKCS?
The acronym PKCS denotes Public Key Cryptography
Standards
What is the name of Terminal Services Client in
Windows Server 2003?
The name of Terminal Services Client in Windows
Server 2003 is Remote Desktop Connection
What special shared resource caches files temporarily
when a client sends a fax and provides access to
cover pages that are stored on a server used by fax
clients?
FAX$ is a shared folder that caches files temporarily
when a client sends a fax and provides access to
cover pages that are stored on a server used by fax
clients.
What is denoted by the acronym GPMC?
The acronym GPMC denotes Group Policy
Management Console
In Windows Server 2003, what procedure should you
use to start the Backup or Restore Wizard?
In Windows Server 2003, you should use the following
procedure to start the Backup or Restore Wizard:
click the Start button, point to All Programs, point to
Accessories, point to System Tools, then click the
Backup icon.
What partition style is the only partition style available
on x86-based computers on which Windows Server
2003 is installed?
The master boot record (MBR) partition style is the
only partition style available on x86-based computers
on which Windows Server 2003 is installed.
How should an administrator send a message to a
user who is connected to Terminal Services?
To send a message to a user connected to Terminal
Services, an administrator should open Terminal
Services Manager, right-click the session or user to
whom the message should be sent, then click Send
Message. In the Send Message dialog box, the
administrator should type the message information in
the Message title and Message boxes, then click OK
Which option should you specify with the
ntbackup command to view the syntax for
that command?
You should specify the /? option with the ntbackup
command to view the syntax for that command.
What term describes an object that contains another
object?
A parent object is an object that contains another
object. For instance, when a folder contains a file, the
folder is the parent object and the file is the child
object.
What Computer Management console can be used to
secure and manage user accounts and groups on a
local computer?
The Local Users and Groups console can be used to
secure and manage user accounts and groups on a
local computer
Under what condition do share permissions apply
Share permissions apply when the resource is
accessed over a network connection.
You administer a computer running Windows NT 4.0
with disks that are formatted as a primary partition. What happens to the disks when you move them to a
computer running Windows Server 2003 and convert
them to dynamic storage?
When disks that were originally formatted as a primary
partition are converted to dynamic storage, the disks become a simple volume.
Groups with what scope should be used to manage
the daily maintenance required by some directory
objects?
Groups with global scope should be used to manage
the daily maintenance required by some directory
objects.
What term describes a portion of a disk that functions
as a separate storage unit?
A partition is a portion of a disk that functions as a
separate storage unit.
What term refers to network-accessible resources
such as files, file folders, named pipes, or printers?
Windows shared resources refers to networkaccessible
resources such as files, file folders, named
pipes, or printers
In Windows Explorer, what action should you take to
stop sharing a folder that has been shared more than
one time?
You should enable the Remove Share option in
Windows Explorer in order to stop sharing a folder that
has been shared more than one time.
Which domain group is granted the Read permission
for all objects?
Members of the Domain Admins group are granted
the Read permission for all objects.
With which file system must a volume be formatted in
order for disk quotas to be enabled on the volume
A volume must be formatted with NTFS in order for
disk quotas to be enabled on the volume
Why should the default volume shadow copy backup
method be enabled when a Windows Server 2003
computer is backed up?
The volume shadow copy backup method should be
enabled to ensure that open files and files that are
being used by the operating system are backed up. If
this default method is disabled, then open files and
system files might not be backed up during a file
backup.
What is the name of a device that is attached to a computer through a serial cable or a USB port and
automatically supplies electricity to the computer
during a power outage?
UPS
What is the security subsystem that is responsible for
local authentication?
The Local Security Authority (LSA) is the security
subsystem that is responsible for local authentication.
Which advanced restore option in the Microsoft
Backup utility should you select in order to restore
permissions on files and folders that are stored in a
backup file?
You should select the Restore security advanced
restore option in the Microsoft Backup utility in order to
restore permissions on files and folders that are stored
in a backup file
What driver signing option that is available in the
System applet in Control Panel configures Windows to
prevent unsigned drivers from being installed?
The Block driver signing option configures Windows
to prevent unsigned drivers from being installed.
What driver signing option that is available in the
System applet in Control Panel configures Windows to
allow both signed and unsigned device drivers to be
installed?
The Ignore driver signing option configures Windows
to allow both signed and unsigned device drivers to be
installed.
What is denoted by the acronym WBEM?
The acronym WBEM denotes Web-based Enterprise
Management.
Membership in which groups is required in order to
add user accounts to or modify the membership of an
Active Directory group?
Membership in the Account Operators, Domain
Admins, or Enterprise Admins group is required in
order to add user accounts to or modify the
membership of an Active Directory group.
In the Microsoft Backup utility, which restore option
should you select in order to prevent the restore
operation from overwriting files on your computer's
hard disk?
You should select the Do not replace the file on my
computer option in order to prevent the restore
operation from overwriting files on your computer's
hard disk.
What key should you press during startup on a
Windows Server 2003 computer to restore the backup
information stored by the Automated System
Recovery Preparation Wizard?
To restore the information stored by the Automated
System Recovery Preparation Wizard, you should
press the F2 key when prompted during the startup
process on a Windows Server 2003 computer
What is indicated when no files are listed in the
Properties dialog box of the Previous Versions tab
for a file stored on a Windows Server 2003 computer?
When no files are listed in the Properties dialog box
of the Previous Versions tab for a file stored on a
Windows Server 2003 computer, this indicates that the
file has not changed since the oldest copy of the file
was made.
In a highly secure environment, which personnel
should be allowed to restore backups?
In a highly secure environment, only administrators
should be allowed to restore backups
What should be simultaneously backed up on a
Windows Server 2003 computer to prepare for the
possibility of a hard disk failure?
On a Windows Server 2003 computer, data on all hard
disk volumes and System State data should be
simultaneously backed up to prepare for the possibility
of a hard disk failure.
What procedure should you follow to change a hard
disk from dynamic to basic storage?
To change a hard disk from dynamic to basic storage,
you should first remove all volumes from the disk.
Then, you should open Disk Management, right-click
the appropriate disk, and select Convert To Basic
Disk.
What two security modes are supported by Terminal
Server?
Terminal Server supports the Relaxed security mode
and the Full security mode.
If you want backup file restrictions to apply to the files
in a parent folder but not to the files within the
subfolders of the parent folder, then what check box
should you clear in the Add Excluded File dialog box
in the Microsoft Backup utility?
You should clear the Applies to all subfolders check
box in the Add Excluded Files dialog box in the
Microsoft Backup utility to configure file restrictions to
apply only to the files within a parent folder and not to
the files within the subfolders of the parent folder
What type of dynamic volume cannot support a fresh
installation of Windows Server 2003?
A dynamic volume that was created from unallocated
space on a dynamic disk cannot support a fresh
installation of Windows Server 2003
What are the three group scopes
The three group scopes are universal, global, and
domain local.
Which files are backed up in an incremental backup
An incremental backup includes selected files that
have been created or modified since the last normal or
incremental backup. An incremental backup clears the
archive bit on backed up files.
What size FAT16 hard disk volumes does Automated
System Recovery (ASR) support?
ASR supports FAT16 volumes up to 2.1 gigabytes
(GB) in size.
What is the minimum recommended partition size for a
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition installation
or upgrade?
The minimum recommended partition size for a
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition installation
or upgrade is 1.25 GB to 2 GB on an x86-based
computer and 3 GB to 4 GB on an Itanium
architecture-based computer. However, allowing more
than the minimum partition size is recommended
because the extra space will accommodate the
installation of updates and operating system tools
later.
What two partition styles are available on Itanium
architecture-based computers on which Windows
Server 2003 is installed?
The master boot record (MBR) and GUID partition
table (GPT) partition styles are the two partition styles
available on Itanium architecture-based computers on
which Windows Server 2003 is installed. On Itanium
architecture-based computers, Windows Server 2003
can only be started from a GPT partition
To which groups does the Administrator account
belong by default?
By default, the Administrator account belongs to the
Administrators, Domain Admins, Enterprise
Admins, Group Policy Creator Owners, and
Schema Admins groups.
What term describes the practice of confirming the
identity of an entity or object, such as the identity of a
user or computer, or the validity of a digital signature
Authentication is the practice of confirming the identity
of an entity or object, such as the identity of a user or
computer, or the validity of a digital signature.
What command should be issued to create a normal
backup job named back_sys that stores System State
data on a Windows Server 2003 computer in a file
named D:\back_sys.bkf?
You should issue the ntbackup backup
systemstate /M normal /J "back_sys" /F
"D:\back_sys.bkf" command to create a normal
backup job named back_sys that stores System State
data on a Windows Server 2003 computer in a file
named D:\back_sys.bkf
In the Microsoft Backup utility, which backup option
should you select to back up mounted drives?
To back up mounted drives, you should select the
Back up the contents of mounted drives option in
the Microsoft Backup utility
If you select the Automatically back up System
Protected Files with the System State option in
order to back up files on a Windows XP Professional
computer, then approximately how much additional
space will be required on the backup media?
Over 200 megabytes (MB) of space will be required on
the backup media when the Automatically back up
System Protected Files with the System State
option is selected on a Windows XP Professional
computer.
What procedure should you follow to upgrade a hard
disk from basic storage to dynamic storage?
To upgrade a hard disk from basic storage to dynamic
storage, you should open Disk Management, rightclick
the appropriate disk, select Convert To Dynamic
Disk, then click OK.
In Active Directory, what is the default User Principal
Name (UPN) suffix for a user account?
In Active Directory, the default UPN suffix for a user
account is the DNS name that is assigned to the
domain to which the user account belongs
Which type of partition can be divided into smaller
segments?
An extended partition can be divided into smaller
segments
What is the most likely reason that a computer connects to other computers with an incorrect access
level?
The most likely reason that a computer connects to other computers with an incorrect access level is the
existence of a previously stored user name and
password for the account.
What information must you supply in order to use the
Run as feature
You must enter your credentials in order to use the
Run as feature.
What type of volume is created in an extended
partition on a basic master boot record (MBR) disk
and can be used to store Windows Server 2003
backups?
A logical drive is created in an extended partition on a
basic MBR disk and can be used to store Windows
Server 2003 backups.
What tool displays all user account names and the
password age for those accounts?
ALoInfo.exe displays all user account names and the
password age for those accounts.
What file contains Windows Server 2003 configuration
settings?
The Ntuser.dat file contains Windows Server 2003
configuration settings.
What restore option configures the Microsoft Backup
utility to avoid replacing files that are already on a hard
disk to which a restore operation is copying files?
The Do not replace the file on my computer restore
option configures the Microsoft Backup utility to avoid
replacing files that are already on a hard disk to which
a restore operation is copying files.
Under what circumstances should Automated System
Recovery (ASR) be used in the disaster recovery
process on a Windows Server 2003 computer?
ASR should only be used as a last resort in the
disaster recovery process on a Windows Server 2003
computer
What tool can you use to gain access to the backup
portion of Automated System Recovery (ASR)?
You can gain access to the backup portion of ASR by
using the Microsoft Backup utility.
In Windows Server 2003, how do you access
advanced backup options from the Backup or Restore Wizard
Answer:
To access advanced backup options from the Backup
or Restore Wizard, click the Advanced Mode link on the wizard, click the Backup tab, select the files and
folders you want to back up, select the location to
which the files will be backed up, and click the Start
Backup button. Then, click the Advanced button on
the Backup Job Information dialog box, configure
the desired advanced backup options, then click the
OK button.
What happens to the HelpAssistant account if no
Remote Assistance requests are pending
Answer:
If no Remote Assistance requests are pending, then
the HelpAssistant account is deleted.
Where can you configure options for an uninterruptible
power supply (UPS) that is connected to your
computer by a serial cable?
Answer:
You can configure options for a UPS that is connected
to your computer by a serial cable by using the UPS
tab in the Power Options applet in Control Panel
What command can you issue from a command
prompt on a Windows Server 2003 computer to back
up the contents of the computer's hard disk?
Answer:
You can issue the ntbackup command from a
command prompt on a Windows Server 2003
computer to back up the contents of the computer's
hard disk
What file name extension is commonly used for
backup files created with the Microsoft Backup utility?
Answer:
The file name extension .bkf is commonly used for
backup files created with the Microsoft Backup utility.
Although any file name extension can be specified for
a backup file, using this extension will ensure that file
associations are maintained.
What two types of dynamic volumes are fault tolerant
Mirrored and RAID-5 volumes are the two types of
dynamic volumes that are fault tolerant.
Which backup type backs up all selected files
regardless of whether they have been changed since
the last backup, but does not mark those files as
having been backed up?
Answer:
A copy backup backs up all selected files regardless
of whether they have been changed since the last
backup, but does not mark those files as having been
backed up.
Which files are backed up in a daily backup?
A daily backup includes selected files that have been modified on the day that the daily backup is
performed.
What component should you use to check the status
of hardware devices attached to a Windows Server
2003 computer?
You should use Device Manager to check the status of
hardware devices attached to a Windows Server 2003
computer
If a 30-MB file is compressed to 20 MB, what file size
will count toward the disk quota?
If a 30-MB file is compressed to 20 MB, 30 MB will be
counted toward the disk quota because compressed
files are tracked based on their uncompressed sizes
To which special group do all current network users
belong?
All current network users belong to the Everyone
group.
What steps are involved in assigning a home
folder located on a network share to a local
user account
To assign a home folder located on a network share to
a local user account, open the Computer
Management console, click Users, right-click the
appropriate user account, then select Properties. On
the Profile tab, click Connect:, select the proper drive
letter, then type the network path. aa
What is the maximum value for an account lockout
duration?
The maximum value for an account lockout duration is
99,999 minutes.
What domain functional level will not allow the group
scope to be changed?
The group scope cannot be changed when the domain
functional level is set to Windows 2000 mixed.
On which volumes can you assign NTFS permissions
You can only assign NTFS permissions on volumes
that are formatted with NTFS.
Why is it important to create a user profile on a computer with similar video hardware as the computer
that the user typically uses?
It is important to create a user profile on a computer with similar video hardware as the computer that the
user typically uses because the user profile
determines screen placement and window size on the
user's computer
What setting in the Group Policy Editor on a user's
computer must be enabled in order for an individual to
offer Remote Assistance to that user without an
explicit invitation
Offer Remote Assistance must be enabled in the
Group Policy Editor on a user's computer in order for
an individual to offer Remote Assistance to that user
without an explicit invitation
After you start the Backup or Restore Wizard, what
procedure should you use to restore System State
data to a Windows Server 2003 computer?
You should use the following procedure in the Backup
or Restore Wizard to restore System State data to a
Windows Server 2003 computer: click the Advanced
Mode link, click the System State check box, and
restore the data.
Stop Card
182