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Rooslan is the systems administrator of a Windows Server 2003 file server. The servercurrently has two disk drives. The first disk, which is 30 gigabytes (GB) in size, hostsall the operating system files. The second disk drive, which is 80 GB in size, hosts userdata on five separate shares. Each share corresponds to a specific department atRooslans organization. Each share is distributed into three separate folders. The firstfolder is a departmental documents folder, the second is a collaboration folder, and thethird is an individual user data folder.Users have read access to the departmental documents folder, read and write access tothe collaboration folder, and each individual user has full control over his or her uniquedata folder. Only the individual user can access his or her data folder; other users cannotread or write to the contents of that folder. The five-share system works well andall employees in the organization understand where to store and find documents.A problem has developed in that the user data sections of each of the five departmentalshares are expanding so quickly that soon the disk that hosts the user data will be filledto capacity. It is important to the managers of the organization that any solution doesnot increase the number of shares that an employee must access.Rooslan has the following goals:Primary Goal: Add more space to each share so that the disk hosting the shared foldersdoes not become full.Secondary Goals:Retain only five shares and keep the user data directory as a folder off each departmentalshare.Provide fault tolerance for the file share.Retain the security scheme currently in use so that individual users have full controlover their own directories and other users cannot access them.Rooslan performs the following actions. During a scheduled period after midnightwhen no users are connected to the server, Rooslan shuts down the server and installsfive 100 GB hard disk drives on the server. He then formats each drive as a single volumewith the NTFS file system. He then creates a new folder called Temp under eachof the folders hosting each departments share. One by one, he then mounts the fivedisks to each of the Temp folders so that each Temp folder now points to its own individualmounted hard disk. Rooslan then copies the entire contents of the user datafolder into the Temp folder under each share, and then deletes the original user datafolder. Finally he renames the Temp folder with the name of the user data folder.How many of his goals has Rooslan achieved?



A. Rooslan did not achieve any primary goals. All of Rooslan’s secondary goals were achieved.
B. Rooslan has achieved the primary goal and one secondary goal.
C. Rooslan has achieved the primary goal and two secondary goals
D. Rooslan has achieved all primary and secondary goals.
E. Rooslan has achieved none of the primary and secondary goals.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Rooslan has achieved the primary goal and one secondary goal.-correct: rooslan has achieved the primary goal by installing new 100 gb harddisks and, by copying the user data across, he has added space to each of theshares. rooslan has achieved the first secondary goal by mounting the disks as theuser data folder. under the current shared folder hierarchy, there is no need tointroduce extra shared folders. the files copied will not retain their ntfs permissions,so the third secondary goal will not be achieved. nowhere has it been mentionedthat any type of fault tolerance has been used; therefore, the secondsecondary goal has not been achieved.
 

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