Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration

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1.  Which of the following server roles is not available within a Windows Server 2008 Core Installation?
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2.  The main purpose of Active Directory is to _.
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3.  Which of the following Windows Server 2008 editions supports the hot-add processor feature?
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4.  Windows Server 2008 Enterprise is capable of being configured with failover clustering for up to how many nodes?
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5.  One of your partner organizations currently has to provide logon credentials to access criticial applications on your extranet's web site.  While this has worked in the past, a recent metting has brought to light the need for singole sign-on capabilities for the website.  After researching the issue, you discover that one of Windows Server 2008's new Active Directory roles can help solve the problem.  Which of the following answers allows you to create a trust relationshiop between your extranet and your partner organization?
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6.  What version of Internet Inforamation Services (IIS) is included with Windows Server 2008?
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7.  Which of the following tools is the basic application responsible for loading more useful management related snap-ins?
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8.  When examining a Workgroup Model, a Windows Server 2008 server that participates in a workgroup is referred to as a _____.
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9.  Terminal Services Gateway (TS Gateway) adds to the TS web access functionality by allowing a secure, encrypted connection using ____.
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10.  Which is not a benefit of using virtual machines?
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11.  File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) provides ____.
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12.  A network interface is composed of two parts:
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13.  Windows Server 2008 is activated automatically after several days. However, if it can't be activated, how many days do you have to active Windows Server 2008 before you can no longer log on?
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14.  Last Friday, your organization deployed a brand new Server Core installation of Windows Server 2008.  To simplify adminstrative tasks and to prevent downtime your organization makes use of monitoring software that continually tests connectivity.  This monitoring software then sends text messages to a specific group of administrators if it should detect that a server is unreachable for any reason. On Monday, when the Server Core's IP address was placed into the monitoring software, the group of administrators received a text almost immediately telling them that the Server Core machine was unreachable.  The administrator on-call says that on Friday, he was able to ping the Server Core box to a well known internet address, as well as several servers on the local network.  On Monday, he attempts to ping the Server Core installation from his workstation for the first time and does not receive a response. Assuming that the Server Core installation is using default settings, what is most likely the issue?
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15.  Which command below can be used to add your Server Core system as a domain member?
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16.  Select below a vaild requirement for the installation of Hyper-V:
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17.  You're in charge of a high-end, enterprise class server running Windows Server 2008 Datacenter edition.  Lately you've noticed that the server's memory utilization is too high, so you've decided to add an additional few sticks of RAM into the server's free slots. To reduce downtime, you should check if your server supports _____.
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18.  If correct time zone information is not used and your servers' clocks run at different times, what is most likely to have issuses on your network?
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19.  Which of the following Windows Server 2008 editions has no upgrade path?
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20.  You are constructing a server for a small office complex that will run for approximately 12 hours everyday. Because of a limited budget, you have decided to use a disk subsystem that is inexpensive and offers excellent performance.  Pick the technology that best fits this description.
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21.  Which of the following is an important requirement for running Hyper-V?
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22.  Your intern would like to know which of the following situations would be ideal for a Server Core installation:
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23.  What can be done to solve the issue of server sprawl?
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24.  Where can you view a list of installed updates?
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25.  Which of the following defines the types of information stored in an Active Directory object?
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26.  Under what circumstances are the built-in user accounts no longer local user accounts?
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27.  When configuring GPO's, which node contains the majority of account policies?
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28.  You are in charge of a domain that contains several office rooms and one large computer commons area.  In order to secure accounts in the domain, you want to apply separate account policies for the computers in the commons area, while maintaining the policies that are used in the office rooms.  Currently, all computers are in the Computers folder.  What is the most efficent way to accomplish this task?
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29.  A forest is _____.
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30.  At about what interval are GPOs updated on domain controllers?
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31.  Which of the following best describes a directory service?
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32.  The ______ stores information about every object within a forest.
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33.  DNS is a TCP/IP-based name service that converts computer and domain host names to dotted decimal addressed and vice versa, through a process called ______.
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34.  A ______ is one in which every child object contains the name of the parent object.
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35.  The forest _____ refers to the Active Directory functions supported forest-wide.
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36.  A _____ contains one or more domains that are in a common relationship.
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37.  A(n) _____ means that if A and B have a trust and B and C have a trust, A and C automatically have a trust as well.
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38.  A _____ is a  TCP/IP-based concept (container) within Active Directory that is linked to IP subnets.
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39.  A _____ is typically used to enable one or two way access between a Windows Server domain within a forest and a realm of UNIX/Linux computers.
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40.  A _____ is intended to contain user accounts from a single domain and can also be set up as a member of a domain local group in the same or another domain.
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41.  _____ are used in Microsoft operating systems to provide a consistent working environment for one or more users.
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42.  A _____ is a different from normal DCs in that you cannot use it to update information in Active Directory and it does not replicate to regular DCs.
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43.  A(n) ______ is a list of privleges given to an account or security group granting access to an object, such as a shared folder or shared printer.
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44.  The _____ attribute is checked to indicate that the folder or file needs to be backed up because it is new or changed.
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45.  An encrypted folder or file uses the Microsoft _____, which sets up a unique, private encryption key associated with the user account that encrypted the folder or file.
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46.  When configuring folder and file permissions, use the _____ button on the folder properties Security tab to change which groups and users have permissions to a folder.
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47.  Accessing folders and files can be tracked by setting up _____, which in Windows Server 2008 enables you to track activity on a folder or file, such as read or write activity.
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48.  To _____ an object means to make it available for users to access when they view Active Directory contents.
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49.  The _____ enables you to simplify access to the shared folders on a network by setting up folders to appear as though they are accessed from only one place.
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50.  In DFS, access to shared folders can be distributed across many servers, resulting in the ability to perform _____, so that one server does not experience more load than others.
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