You are the network administrator for I-Technic Industries. The network contains Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 computers. You have two Windows 2003 domain controllers named DC1 and DC2 that are responsible for a single domain named itechind.com. Your primary DNS server is installed on a domain controller named DC1.itechind.com. You have one secondary DNS server installed on a member server named Srv2.itechind.com. You want to ensure that updates can be made to any server. You also want to optimize and simplify the management of DNS replications and zone transfers. What should you do?
A. Promote Srv2.itechind.com to a domain controller. B. On DC1.itechind.com, add Srv2.itechind.com to the notify list. C. On DC1.itechind.com, set the Time to Live (TTL) value in the SOA record to a higher value. D. Remove the DNS Server service from Srv2.itechind.com. Install the DNS Server service on DC2.itechind.com. Convert the zone hosted by DC1.itechind.com to an Active Directory-integrated zone.
Remove the dns server service from srv2.itechind.com. install the dns server service on dc2.itechind.com. convert the zone hosted by dc1.itechind.com to an active directory-integrated zone. -explanation: in this scenario, you should move all users, computers and other resources that are assigned to the project to a new organizational unit (ou), and delegate control of the appropriate tasks in the ou to the it employees who are assigned to the project. you can delegate several common administrative tasks, such as the creation, management and deletion of user and group accounts, as well as the management of group policy links within the ou, to specified users or groups. to perform this task, you should create a new ou, right-click it, select delegate control, and follow the instructions of the delegation of control wizard. you should not create a new domain, move the appropriate users and computers to the new domain, and assign the appropriate it department employees to the domain admins group in the new domain. creating a new domain would require more resources and administrative effort than is necessary. one or more additional computers would have to be configured as domain controllers, and all appropriate user and computer accounts would have to be moved from their existing domains to the new domain. additionally, the administration of a two-domain forest would require more effort than a single-domain forest. you should not create a new user group, add the appropriate users and computers to the new group, and assign the appropriate it employees to the account operators built-in group. if you assigned the it employees from the project team to the account operators group in the existing domain, you would enable them to manage the accounts of most users and computers in the domain, which would give the it employees more administrative authority over user accounts than is necessary. however, members of the account operators group cannot manage group policy links. you should not create a new active directory site, move the appropriate users and computers to the new site, and delegate control of the site to the appropriate it employees. active directory sites are intended to group computers based on their common connectivity and physical location. sites are not administrative or security units, and they can include resources that belong to different domains. sites contain computers, not users. it is not possible to assign control over user accounts by delegating control over a site.