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Whats the Maximum Ram of Win2003 Data Center Edition
64 GB
Whats the Maximum Ram of Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition?
32 GB
Whats the Maximum Ram of Windows 2003 Standard Edition?
4 GB
Whats the Maximum ram of Windows 2003 Web Edition?
2GB
How many concurrent connections can Windows 2003 Web Edition support?
10 SMB Connections
What can you apply a group policy object to?
Domains, OU's
Whats the Minimum Processor Speed for Windows 2003 DataCenter edition?
400 Mhz
Whats the minimum processor speed for Win2003 Web/Standard/Enterprise editions?
133 Mhz
Whats the reccomended processor speed for Win 2003 Web/Standard Editon?
550 Mhz
Whats the minimum reccomended processor speed for Win2003 Enterprise/Datacenter edition?
733Mhz
Whats the reccomended processor speed for Win 2003 Web/Standard Editon?
550 Mhz
Whats the minimum ram required in Windows 2003 Web/Standard/Enterprise Edition?
128 MB
Whats the reccomended Ram Required in Windows 2003 Web/Standard/Enterprise Editon?
256MB
What is the Minimum Ram required to run Windows 2003 DataCenter Edition?
512MB
What is the reccomended Ram for running Windows 2003 Datacenter Edition?
1Gb
What is the Minimum Ram required to run Windows 2003 DataCenter Edition?
512MB
What is the most processors that can be used in Win 2003 Web Edition?
2
What is the most processors that can be used in Win 2003 Standard Edition?
4
What is the most processors that can be used in Win 2003 Enterprise Edition?
8
What is the most processors that can be used in Win 2003 Datacenter Edition?
32
When do you need to make sure you are using WINS
when you are using legacy applications (NETBIOS)
What is 2 or >2 joined domains called?
Tree
What is 2 or 2> trees called
Forest
What is the maximum ram allowed for Win 2003 Enterprise Edition Itantium Version?
64 GB
What is the maximum ram allowed for Windows 2003 Datacenter editon Itanium Version?
512GB
What is the minimum Disk space required for Windows 2003 non Itanium Version
1.5 GB
What is the minimum disk space required for Windows 2003 Itantium Version?
2GB
What is the minimum processer speed for Windows 2003 Server Itanium Edition?
733MHz
Can Webedition be a domain controller?
No
What features do you gain by upgrading to Enterprise editon or datacenter edition?
Metadirectories (MMS), Server Clustering, Hot Add Memory, Windows System Resource manager (allocate resouces)
What is a directory Service?
A list of how to reach someone you want to reach like a phone book.
What is the minimum disk space required for Windows 2003 Itantium Version?
2GB
What is the minimum processer speed for Windows 2003 Server Itanium Edition?
733MHz
Can Webedition be a domain controller?
No
What features do you gain by upgrading to Enterprise editon or datacenter edition?
Metadirectories (MMS), Server Clustering, Hot Add Memory, Windows System Resource manager (allocate resouces)
What is a directory Service?
A list of how to reach someone you want to reach like a phone book.
What is an object that can hold other objects in active directory?
container object
What is an object that can not contain another object in active directory
leaf object
What is the pane on the left called in MMC
Scope pane
What is the pane on the right called in MMC
details pane
What are the four modes of setting a console?
Author Mode,
User Mode: Full Access,
User Mode: Limited Access Multpil windows
UserMode: Limited Access Single Window
Describe MMC Author Mode
This mode provides FULL MMC access including adding or removing snap ins, creating taskpad views, viewing portions of the console tree, and changing options on the console as well as saving the console.
Describe MMC UserMode Full Access
Allows users to move between snap ins and between open windows and to access all portions of the console tree, Users CAN NOT add or remove snap ins or change console properties
Describe MMC UserMode Limited Access Multiple Windows
Allows users to create new windows and view multiple windows but users CAN NOT close existing windows?.
Describe MMC UserMode Limited Acess Single Window?
Prevents Users from opening new windows and allows them to view only 1 in the console
What is usually monitored when you are talking about monitoring server?
Processor, Memory, Disk space, and Network Performance
Where is active Directory Stored
%windows root% or \Windows\NTDS
What are the two TCP ports that must be unblocked to do remote Desktop
1863, and 3389
When Monitoring Processer Speed What is an acceptable percentage of time that the processor is busy?

% Processor Time
less than 85%
Whan Monitoring Processer Speed What is an acceptable Processor Queue length?

Procesor Queue Length
Less than 10
Whan Monitoring Processer Speed What is an acceptable Server work Queue length?

Server Work Queue Length
Less than 4
What is an acceptable number of Page Faults per second when Monitoring Memory

Memory Page Faults/Sec
Less than 5
What is an acceptable number of Pages per second when monitoring Memory

Memory Pages/Sec
0 to 20
What is an acceptable amount of available physical memory in bytes?

Memory Available Bytes
> 5% of total system RAM
What is an acceptable number of bytes transferred to or from the disk each second?

PhysicalDisk: DiskBytes/Sec
= to levels established by baseline
What is an acceptable current Disk Queue Length
less than 2
What is the acceptable percentage of time that the hard disk drive can be busy?

PhysicalDisk: Disk Time
less than 80%
What is acceptable percentage of free disk space?

LogicalDisk: % Free Space
more than 20%
What are the total bytes per second that are allowed when monitoring Network performance?

Network Interface: Bytes Total/Sec
= to what was established in baseline
What is hte ideal number of packets waiting to be transferred by NIC?

Network Interface: Output Queue Length?
Should be 0 but Less than 2 is ok
What is the percentage of bytes persecond that should be sent and received by the server?

SERVER: Bytes Total/Sec
50% of total bandwidth capacity