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You are your companys network administrator. The network contains Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server, and Windows XP Professional computers, and is connected to the Internet. You use Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) on your network to protect all data. You suspect that certain IPSec policies are not being assigned to the Windows 2000 Server computers. You must view the name of the active IPSec policies that are being used by each computer. Which tool should you use?



A. Netsh
B. Netdiag
C. Ipseccmd
D. IP Security Monitor console
E. Group Policy Verification tool

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Microsoft 70-291 Practice Exam
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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Netdiag-explanation: you should use netdiag to view the name of the active ipsec policies that are being used by windows 2000 server computers. you could also use the internet protocol (tcp/ip) properties or ipsecmon.exe. you should not use netsh. this tool could be used if you were viewing information on windows server 2003 computers. you should not use ipseccmd. this tool could be used if you were viewing this information on windows xp professional computers. you should not use the ip security monitor console. this tool could be used if you were viewing information on windows server 2003 or windows xp professional computers. you should not use the group policy verification tool. this tool allows you to view the group policy to which an ipsec policy is assigned.
 

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