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You are the security administrator for your company. The company has recently upgraded all network servers and domain controllers to Windows Server 2003. The companys network consists of a single Active Directory domain with three sites configured. You work in the main office. The companys written security policy prevents users in all sites from logging on locally to local servers. All network file servers are configured to collect auditing information. You want to view the auditing information on the file servers in all sites from your office. You need the ability to save the auditing information on the local hard disk of the file servers. What should you do?



A. Connect to each file server using a Remote Desktop connection and use the Security and Analysis SNAP-in to save the .inf file on the local hard disk.
B. Connect to each file server using a Remote Desktop connection, use Computer Management to access Event Viewer, and save the .evt file on the local hard disk.
C. Solicit a Remote Assistance invitation from the administrator of each file server and use the Security and Analysis SNAP-in to save the .inf file on the local hard disk.
D. Solicit a Remote Assistance invitation from the administrator of each file server, use Computer Management to access Event Viewer, and save the .evt file on the local hard disk.

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Answered Sep 08, 2016

Connect to each file server using a remote desktop connection, use computer management to access event viewer, and save the .evt file on the local hard disk.-explanation: you should connect to each file server using a remote desktop connection, use the computer management console to access event viewer, and save the .evt file on the local hard disk. windows server 2003 provides two opportunities for remotely controlling computers: remote desktop for administration and terminal server. remote desktop for administration replaces what was previously called remote administration mode. terminal server now encompasses what was previously called application server mode. remote desktop for administration allows for management of windows server 2003 computers by providing users with up to two remote sessions (in addition to the console session). this feature does not require a terminal server client access license (cal) and is simple to configure. simply access the system properties dialog box on the server, select the remote tab, and enable the allow users to connect remotely to this computer option. users that can access the computer remotely should be placed in the remote desktop users group. to save the auditing information to the local hard disk of the file servers, you can access event viewer using the local computer management console on each file server. security log files created by event viewer are saved using the .evt file extension. you should not connect to each file server using a remote desktop connection and use the security and analysis snap-in to save the .inf file on the local hard disk. the .inf extension indicates information files, which specify the installation information for your service profiles. for instance, security templates include policy settings and are saved using the .inf extension. event viewer log files are saved using the .evt extension. you cannot use either option that requires you to solicit a remote assistance invitation from the administrator of each file server. the companys written security policy prevents users from logging on locally to the servers. you must log onto a computer to send a remote assistance invitation. you should be aware that you can use also the computer management console or event viewer on a local computer to connect to a remote computer and perform the duties required in this scenario. you are not required to use a remote desktop connection to access this console on the remote computer.
 

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