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You configured all of your clients running Microsoft Windows XP Professional and servers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 to automatically interact with the Windows Update Web site. You notice that all of the client computers have an informative message stating, “Updates for your computer have been downloaded from Windows Update. Click here to review these updates and to install them.” It was not your intention to allow users to decide which updates to install or when the updates will be installed. How can you configure your client computers to maintain the latest service packs and security patches without user interaction?


a. Use Group Policy to enable the No Auto-Restart option for all domain computers.
b. Configure the Automatic Updates settings on the clients running Windows XP Professional and the servers running Windows Server 2003 to Automatically Download The Updates And Install Them On The Schedule That I Specify.
c. Configure the Automatic Updates settings only on the servers that run Windows Server 2003 to Automatically Download The Updates, And Install Them On The Schedule That I Specify. The servers will then update the clients when they restart.
d. Have the users log on as local administrators, and the updates will be automatically installed.
b. Configure the Automatic Updates settings on the clients running Windows XP Professional and the servers running Windows Server 2003 to Automatically Download The Updates And Install Them On The Schedule That I Specify.

EXPLANATION: Three settings on the Automatic Updates page control how updates will be handled. The first option is Notify Me Before Downloading Any Updates And Notify Me Again Before Installing Them On My Computer. The second option is Download The Updates Automatically And Notify Me When They Are Ready To Be Installed The third option is Automatically Download The Updates, And Install Them On The Schedule That I Specify. This third option allows the client computers to automatically download and install updates without user interaction.
What is the recommended minimum level of RAM for a SUS server?

a. 512 MB
b. 256 MB
c. 1 GB
d. 128 MB per SUS client
a. 512 MB

EXPLANATION: (Discussion starts on page 218.)
All of the Microsoft Windows XP Professional client computers on your network are configured to contact a SUS server for Automatic Updates. You suspect that some of the client computers are not successfully completing the Automatic Updates process. How could you verify the status of the Automatic Updates process on the client computers?

a. View the entries in the System log in Event Viewer.
b. View the entries in the Security log in Event Viewer.
c. View the entries in the Application log in Event Viewer.
d. View the entries in the SUS error log.
a. View the entries in the System log in Event Viewer.

EXPLANATION: Automatic Updates clients write events in the System log to notify users of operations that are being performed. These entries can be viewed using Event Viewer.
You are the network administrator for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 domain with 1500 client computers. You would like all client computers and servers to automatically download updates from a SUS server named SUS1, which is located on your local domain. With the least amount of administrative effort, how would you configure all computers in your domain to automatically contact SUS1 for updates?


a. Configure Group Policy at the domain level so that all client computers contact SUS1 for Automatic Updates.
b. Configure Group Policy at the OU level so that all client computers contact SUS1 for Automatic Updates.
c. Configure each client computer to contact the Windows Update site using the Automatic Updates settings in Control Panel.
d. Configure each client computer to contact SUS1 using the Automatic Updates settings in Control Panel.
a. Configure Group Policy at the domain level so that all client computers contact SUS1 for Automatic Updates.


EXPLANATION: Group Policy can be used at the domain level to configure all computers in the domain to contact the Software Update Services (SUS) server for Automatic Updates.
You configured Group Policy at the domain level to force client computers to automatically contact a local SUS server daily to download any new update files that are available. To avoid interrupting employees, you do not want client computers to automatically restart, even when restarting is required to complete the installation of the new updates. How can you prevent client computers from restarting after downloading new updates?

a. Configure the client computers not to restart after downloading updates using the Automatic Updates settings in Control Panel.
b. Set the No Auto-Restart For Scheduled Automatic Updates Installation option to disable in Group Policy.
c. Set the No Auto-Restart For Scheduled Automatic Updates Installation option to enable in Group Policy.
d. Client computers cannot be configured not to restart when a restart is required to complete the installation of an Automatic Updates update.
c. Set the No Auto-Restart For Scheduled Automatic Updates Installation option to enable in Group Policy.

EXPLANATION: The No Auto-Restart For Scheduled Automatic Updates Installation option specifies that to complete a scheduled installation, Automatic Updates waits for a user to restart the computer rather than causing the computer to restart automatically.
Which feature does SUS automatically install on Microsoft Windows Server 2000 to secure the IIS service?

a. IIS Shutdown
b. Proxy 2
c. IIS Lockdown 2
d. IPSec
c. IIS Lockdown 2

EXPLANATION: To install Software Update Services (SUS), Internet Information Services (IIS) 6 must also be present on the server. When SUS is installed on a server running Windows 2000, IIS Lockdown is automatically installed. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 already includes all of the security benefits of IIS Lockdown.
A server that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is configured as a SUS server. One of your coworkers needs to make configuration changes to SUS, but is unsure how to access the configuration options for it. What instruction could you give to help your coworker make the configuration changes to the SUS server?


a. Open the SUS page in Control Panel.
b. Open the SUS page in My Computer.
c. Open a Web browser, and enter http://susadmin in the Address box.
d. Open a Web browser, and enter http://localhost/susadmin in the Address box.
d. Open a Web browser, and enter http://localhost/susadmin in the Address box.

EXPLANATION: When you install Software Update Services (SUS), an Administration Web site is automatically created. The address of the site is http://localhost/susadmin. A link to this site is also included in the Administrative Tools folder.
Which step must you take to install SUS on a server running Microsoft Windows Server 2003?

a. Add the Software Update Services snap-in from the Microsoft Management Console.
b. Add SUS installation files from Windows Support Tools, which is located on the Windows Server 2003 installation CR-ROM.
c. Download the software installation files from the Microsoft Web site.
d. No additional steps are necessary; SUS installs by default.
c. Download the software installation files from the Microsoft Web site.

EXPLANATION: To install Software Update Services (SUS), the installation files must be downloaded from the Microsoft Web site.
You are asked to install SUS on one of your Microsoft Windows 2000 domain controllers. Using a default Windows 2000 Advanced Server install and a CD that contains the SUS 1 Service Pack 1 installation files, you attempt unsuccessfully to set up the domain controller as a SUS server. Which step should you take to accomplish this task?

a. SUS cannot be installed on a server running Windows 2000. The server must be upgraded to Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
b. Reboot the server, and log on as the domain administrator.
c. Install Service Pack 2 or higher on the server that runs Windows 2000.
d. Upgrade the Windows 2000 Advanced Server to Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter.
c. Install Service Pack 2 or higher on the server that runs Windows 2000.

EXPLANATION: Software Update Services (SUS) can work on computers running Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2 or any of the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating systems.
Which service works with Automatic Updates to provide timely critical and noncritical system updates that can include security patches, updated drivers, and other recommended files?

a. Software Updates
b. Microsoft Updates
c. Windows Update
d. System Updates
c. Windows Update

EXPLANATION: (Discussion starts on page 215.)
You are the network administrator for Contoso, Ltd. You would like to configure one of your servers to automatically download updates from the Windows Update site. You log on to the server as the local administrator and open the Automatic Updates option in Control Panel, but all of the options appear dimmed. What could be the reason the Automatic Updates options are unavailable?


a. You must be logged on as the domain administrator to set Automatic Updates option.
b. You must open the Automatic Updates page in Administrative Tools rather than in Control Panel to configure Automatic Updates settings.
c. Automatic Updates settings have been configured and assigned at the domain level using Group Policy.
d. The server you are attempting to configure does not support Automatic Updates.
c. Automatic Updates settings have been configured and assigned at the domain level using Group Policy.

EXPLANATION: Automatic Updates settings that are configured and assigned using Group Policy override your ability to configure Automatic Updates settings locally. The page and options will display, but the options will be unavailable.
You are responsible for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network that consists of 25 client computers running Microsoft Windows XP Professional and 3 servers running Windows Server 2003. All are configured as members of a workgroup named Contoso. You are very concerned about keeping all network computers updated with the latest service packs and critical updates. To prevent all client computers from having to access the Internet to download updates, you would like to deploy updates locally using a SUS server. You already configured client computers to perform Automatic Updates. How can you configure computers in the workgroup to contact a SUS server rather than going directly to the Windows Update site to automatically download updates?

a. Edit the registry for each client computer to set the UseWUServervalue to 1.
b. Configure Group Policy at the workgroup level to configure all client computers to contact the local SUS server for updates.
c. Edit the registry for the SUS server to set the UseWUServer value to 1.
d. Workgroup computers cannot be configured to contact a SUS server.
a. Edit the registry for each client computer to set the UseWUServervalue to 1.

EXPLANATION: An administrator can set registry settings to configure Automatic Updates in an environment without the Active Directory directory service. To configure client computers to contact a Software Update Services (SUS) server rather than the Windows Update site, the registry value for UseWUServer must be set to 1.
Which protocol do client computers use to connect to the SUS server?


a. RPC
b. HTTP
c. SUS
d. RDP
b. HTTP

EXPLANATION: (Discussion starts on page 214.)
You are the network administrator for the litware.com domain. SUS has been deployed on your network so that all client computers receive critical updates from a SUS server named Server 1, which runs Microsoft Windows 2000. For disaster recovery purposes, you back up your SUS server every Friday. Because the number of client computers on your network has increased, you must install a new, more powerful SUS server. After purchasing and installing the Windows 2000 operating system and SUS on the new server, named Server 2, you attempt unsuccessfully to restore the SUS backup file that was created the previous Friday. What is the most likely reason you are unable to restore the SUS backup?

a. A SUS restore can be performed only on a server with the same name as the server that was used to create the backup file.
b. A SUS backup file can be restored only on the same computer that was used to create the backup file.
c. A SUS restore can be performed only on a server running Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
d. SUS does not support the restore process.
a. A SUS restore can be performed only on a server with the same name as the server that was used to create the backup file.


EXPLANATION: Restoring a Software Update Services (SUS) backup file can be completed only on a server running the same operating system and having the same name as the server used to create the backup file.
SUS maintains several logs for monitoring purposes. Which log tracks approved and unapproved content?


a. Content log
b. Download log
c. Synchronization log
d. Approval log
d. Approval log

EXPLANATION: Software Update Services (SUS) maintains an approval log that tracks all approved and unapproved content.
Which three ways can a SUS server be synchronized?
a. From the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 installation CD-ROM
b. From a manually configured distribution point
c. From the Windows Update site
d. From another server running SUS
b. From a manually configured distribution point
c. From the Windows Update site
d. From another server running SUS

Correct answer: b, c, and d
EXPLANATION: (Discussion starts on page 221.)
You configured a SUS server to synchronize with the Windows Update site daily at 7:00 A.M., and you configured the server to store the updates locally. Your client computers are scheduled to run Automatic Updates at 12:00 P.M. daily while employees are at lunch. When you arrive at work at 8:00 A.M., one of your coworkers informs you that the contents of one of the SUS\Contents directories were accidentally deleted and that a critical security update was released this morning. The client computers must receive the security update as soon as possible. With the least amount of administrative effort, which steps could you take to allow the client computers to download the critical update from the SUS server at the scheduled 12:00 P.M. time?

a. Open the Software Update Services Administration Web page, and choose Schedule Synchronization from the Synchronize Server options. Schedule the SUS server to synchronize at 12:00 P.M.
b. Open the Software Update Services Administration Web page, and choose Synchronize Now from the Synchronize Server options.
c. Copy the SUS\Contents file from one of the SUS clients that successfully synchronized with the SUS server prior to the deletion of the Contents folder.
d. Manually configure all client computers to contact the Windows Update site for Automatic Updates.
b. Open the Software Update Services Administration Web page, and choose Synchronize Now from the Synchronize Server options.

EXPLANATION: Choosing the Synchronize Now option allows the Software Update Services (SUS) server to download a new copy of the Windows Update files. Manually configuring each client computer to contact the Windows Update site also resolves the problem, but this option involves much more administrative effort.
SUS can be installed only on an NTFS file system partition.


a. True
b. False
a. True

EXPLANATION: (Discussion starts on page 218.)
You configured two SUS servers. Server A is configured to synchronize with the Windows Update site, and Server B is configured to synchronize with Server A. Client computers that are correctly configured to receive updates from Server B are not receiving any updates. While troubleshooting this problem, you realize that even though Server B is configured correctly, it does not receive updates from Server A. Which of the following is a likely cause of this problem?


a. Server A is not configured to store updates locally.
b. Server B is configured to store updates locally.
c. Updates are not marked as approved on Server B.
d. Server B is configured with Server A as its synchronization server.
a. Server A is not configured to store updates locally.

EXPLANATION: For one Software Update Services (SUS) server to synchronize with another SUS server, both servers must be configured to save updates locally.
You configured a server running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 as a SUS server that will synchronize with the Windows Update site. The Automatic Updates process functions properly, but you are surprised to notice that the SUS\Content directory is empty. What is the most likely reason that the SUS\Content directory is empty?


a. The SUS server is configured to maintain updates locally.
b. The Windows Update site does not contain any update files.
c. The SUS server is configured to maintain the updated content on microsoft.com.
d. Client computers have already downloaded and deleted the update files.
c. The SUS server is configured to maintain the updated content on microsoft.com.

EXPLANATION: If you choose to maintain updated content on microsoft.com, the default storage location SUS\Content will always be empty.
Your client computers are configured to automatically download and install updates from a SUS server located on your local network. Client computers contact the SUS server, but they do not find available updates. You are certain that the SUS server downloaded new, critical updates this morning. What could be the reason the client computers do not receive the new critical updates?


a. Updates have not been marked as approved on the SUS clients.
b. The Windows Update site was not available when clients contacted the SUS server.
c. The client computers run Microsoft Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1.
d. Updates have not been marked as approved on the SUS server.
d. Updates have not been marked as approved on the SUS server.

EXPLANATION: One purpose of deploying a Software Update Services (SUS) server is to control which updates are deployed. Once update files are downloaded to the SUS server, a list is available for network administrators to choose which updates to make available to SUS clients. There is also an option for configuring the SUS server to automatically approve the updates, but this is not a recommended procedure.
Which feature available through Windows Update can you use to determine whether a particular hardware device is designed for use with your server that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2003?

a. Windows Update
b. Automatic Updates
c. Windows Update Catalog
d. Hardware Update
c. Windows Update Catalog

EXPLANATION: Windows Update Catalog is a Web site that lists hardware and software designed for use with Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003 products. This site can be used to determine whether a particular hardware device is supported by a particular operating system.