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You are the network administrator for a single Active Directory domain named verigon.com. Your domain contains two thousand Windows 2000 Professional desktop computers, five hundred Windows 2000 Professional notebook computers, and two hundred and fifty Windows XP Professional notebook computers. All computers are configured with dynamically-assigned IP addresses. The notebook computers are frequently moved across subnets. Your network has three Windows Server 2003 DNS servers. DNS1 is the primary DNS server. DNS2 and DNS3 are secondary DNS servers. Users are complaining that they are having trouble resolving the DNS names of some of the notebook computers when they attempt to access files on these computers. You must ensure that the verigon.com domain contains the appropriate DNS information for all of the notebook computers. What should you do?



A. Log in as a member of the Domain Admins global group. In the properties of DNS1, enable aging and scavenging.
B. Log in as a member of the Domain Admins global group. Configure the verigon.com zone as an Active Directory-integrated zone.
C. Log in as a member of the Domain Admins global group. In the properties of the verigon.com domain, enable aging and scavenging.
D. Log in as a member of the Domain Admins global group. In the properties of DNS1, enable aging and scavenging. In the properties of the verigon.com domain, enable aging and scavenging.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Log in as a member of the domain admins global group. in the properties of dns1, enable aging and scavenging. -explanation: you should log in as a member of the domain admins global group, enable aging and scavenging in the properties of dns1, and enable aging and scavenging in the properties of the verigon.com domain. aging and scavenging is used to remove outdated or stale resource records. aging and scavenging must be enabled on both the primary dns server and the primary dns zone. aging and scavenging is not enabled by default. you should not log in as a member of the domain admins global group and configure the verigon.com zone as an active directory-integrated zone. simply configuring the verigon.com zone as an active directory-integrated zone is not sufficient. aging and scavenging would still need to be enabled. you should not log in as a member of the domain admins global group and enable aging and scavenging in the properties of the verigon.com domain. aging and scavenging would also need to be enabled on dns1.
 

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