Microsoft Certification Exam 70-284 Exchange Server Quiz

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This is Microsoft Certification Exam developed for students and learners on Exchange Server topic, which consists of thirty questions covering some of the material on the 70-284. It should help you gauge your weak points and improve study habits. Read the questions carefully and take your time. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!


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  • 1. 

    Which of the following is associated with Exchange mailing groups?

    • A.

      Security groups only

    • B.

      Distribution groups only

    • C.

      Security and User groups only

    • D.

      Distribution and User groups only

    • E.

      Distribution and Security groups only

    Correct Answer
    B. Distribution groups only
    Explanation
    Only distribution groups are used to manage messaging in groups.

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  • 2. 

    Where will Diagnostic logging results be located?

    • A.

      Application event log in the event viewer

    • B.

      Security event log in the event viewer

    • C.

      Exchange event log in the event viewer

    • D.

      Diagnostic log in the Exchange logging tool

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Application event log in the event viewer
    Explanation
    Diagnostic logging allows for additional events to appear in the application event log that are related to Exchange.

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  • 3. 

    You are the manager of a small business running Exchange Server. Your boss, Jimmy, wants to allow his administrative assistant, Susie, to access his mailbox. However, he does not want to give her his user account or password, and he would like to set the permissions for her to access the box. How will you accomplish these objectives?

    • A.

      Designate Susie as a mailbox delegate by granting her Full Mailbox Access to Jimmy's mailbox

    • B.

      Designate Susie as a mailbox delegate by granting her Read Access to Jimmy's mailbox

    • C.

      Designate Susie as a mailbox delegate within Active Directory Users and Computers

    • D.

      Setup a mail forward so that all of Jimmy's mail will automatically forward to Susie's mailbox

    • E.

      Assign Susie's mailbox name (email address) as an alias for Jimmy's mailbox

    Correct Answer
    B. Designate Susie as a mailbox delegate by granting her Read Access to Jimmy's mailbox
    Explanation
    Only B will allow for both: 1) Susie to access Jimmy's mailbox without his account info; 2) Jimmy to set permissions for Susie. Note that A) won't work because Jimmy cannot change another owner's permissions.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following types of public folder permissions allow for the configuration of who can access which contents of the public folder?

    • A.

      Directory rights

    • B.

      Administrative rights

    • C.

      Security rights

    • D.

      Access rights

    • E.

      Client rights

    Correct Answer
    E. Client rights
    Explanation
    Client rights is the correct answer because it refers to the permissions that can be set on a public folder to determine who can access and view its contents. These permissions can be configured to allow specific users or groups to have different levels of access, such as read-only or full control, to the contents of the public folder. This ensures that only authorized individuals can access and interact with the folder's contents, providing security and control over the information stored within the public folder.

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  • 5. 

    Where would a user's mail typically be stored on an Exchange Server?

    • A.

      Mailbox store

    • B.

      Public folder store

    • C.

      Client Mail and News store

    • D.

      Client Mail store

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Mailbox store
    Explanation
    A user's mail would typically be stored in the Mailbox store on an Exchange Server. This is where individual user mailboxes are located, allowing users to access their emails, contacts, calendar, and other mailbox data. The Mailbox store is designed to provide secure and efficient storage for user mailboxes, ensuring that users can easily retrieve and manage their emails within the Exchange Server environment.

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  • 6. 

    You wish to apply a hard storage limit of 10 MB per user to all users in a particular mailbox store. How would you best accomplish this?

    • A.

      Using Active Directory Users and Computers, under the Exchange tab for the group Everyone, configure a mailbox quota

    • B.

      Using Active Directory Users and Computers, under the Exchange tab for the group Users, configure a mailbox quota

    • C.

      Using Exchange System Manger, under the Public Folder store properties, configure it to Issue a Warning at 10 MB

    • D.

      Using Exchange System Manager, under the Mailbox store properties, configure it to prohibit send and receive at 10 MB

    • E.

      Using Exchange System Manager, under the Mailbox store properties, configure it to issue a warning at 10 MB

    Correct Answer
    D. Using Exchange System Manager, under the Mailbox store properties, configure it to prohibit send and receive at 10 MB
    Explanation
    Only D will totally inhibit mailbox operation at 10 MB or greater.

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  • 7. 

    Which of the following can be accomplished by adding or modifying a server policy?

    • A.

      Message tracking

    • B.

      Prohibit send and receive

    • C.

      Prohibit send

    • D.

      Messaging permissions

    • E.

      Administrative permissions for a public store

    Correct Answer
    A. Message tracking
    Explanation
    By adding or modifying a server policy, message tracking can be accomplished. Server policies are used to define and enforce specific settings and restrictions on the server. Message tracking allows administrators to track the flow of messages within an organization, providing information about message delivery, routing, and processing. By configuring the server policy, administrators can enable and customize message tracking to meet the organization's needs and ensure proper monitoring and management of messages.

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  • 8. 

    Which of the following services is related to outgoing mail only in Exchange Server?

    • A.

      POP3

    • B.

      IMAP

    • C.

      LDAP

    • D.

      SMTP

    • E.

      None of the Above

    Correct Answer
    D. SMTP
    Explanation
    The SMTP service allows for the sending of outgoing mail (outside of the Exchange Server messaging system)

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  • 9. 

    Which of the following is an added advantage of using a dedicated management station to manage an Exchange Server?

    • A.

      Less risk of administrative error or security lapse

    • B.

      Less hardware required

    • C.

      Less administrative expertise required

    • D.

      Less third-party software required

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Less risk of administrative error or security lapse
    Explanation
    Using a dedicated management station to manage an Exchange Server provides the added advantage of reducing the risk of administrative errors or security lapses. This is because a dedicated management station allows for centralized control and monitoring of the server, minimizing the chances of mistakes or vulnerabilities. By having a separate station solely focused on managing the server, it becomes easier to implement and enforce security measures, perform regular updates and patches, and ensure proper configuration and settings, ultimately reducing the risk of errors or security breaches.

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  • 10. 

    What is the purpose of a connector in Exchange Server?

    • A.

      To allow users to read the mail of other users

    • B.

      To allow for the administration of two or more distinct storage groups

    • C.

      To bridge two unlike storage groups

    • D.

      To allow for Exchange to connect with other server programs

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. To allow for Exchange to connect with other server programs
    Explanation
    Connectors allow for Exchange to operate with X400 and other services.

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  • 11. 

    Which of the following tools should be used in conjunction with the Exchange Migration Wizard when attempting to migrate mailboxes and accounts from a Windows Server 2000/Exchange Server 2000 to Windows Server 2003/Exchange Server 2003 system?

    • A.

      Users and Computers Migration Wizard

    • B.

      Active Directory Migration Tool

    • C.

      Central User Database Archive Wizard

    • D.

      System Services Wizard

    • E.

      None of the Above

    Correct Answer
    B. Active Directory Migration Tool
    Explanation
    The Active Directory Migration Tool should be used in conjunction with the Exchange Migration Wizard when attempting to migrate mailboxes and accounts from a Windows Server 2000/Exchange Server 2000 to Windows Server 2003/Exchange Server 2003 system. The Active Directory Migration Tool helps in migrating user accounts, groups, and computer accounts from one domain to another within an Active Directory forest. This tool ensures that the user accounts and groups are migrated along with their associated attributes and passwords, which is essential for a successful migration from one server to another.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following statements is true regarding the setup of an Exchange Server 2003 system over a cluster of servers?

    • A.

      Exchange Server 2003 needs only to be installed on one of the nodes

    • B.

      The MSDTC needs to be running on all nodes in the cluster

    • C.

      The installation drive cannot be a cluster shared drive

    • D.

      The MSDTC needs to be running on at least two nodes in the cluster

    • E.

      A cluster with more than three nodes couuld be active/passive in arrangement

    Correct Answer
    C. The installation drive cannot be a cluster shared drive
    Explanation
    Because a cluster shared drive would make the purpose of the cluster non-redundant, there would be no reason to install Exchange over a shared drive.

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  • 13. 

    Which of the following is not a feature of Outlook Web Access through Exchange?

    • A.

      Encrypted or PGP Email

    • B.

      Data compression

    • C.

      Security Sockets Layer connection

    • D.

      Forms-Based authentication

    • E.

      HTTP authentication

    Correct Answer
    A. Encrypted or PGP Email
    Explanation
    Both D and E are possible in Exchange Server 2003, but A is not a feature of Exchange or Outlook Web Access through Exchange.

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  • 14. 

    Which of the following services is not required to be installed and enabled in order to install Exchange Server 2003?

    • A.

      IIS

    • B.

      NNTP

    • C.

      SMTP

    • D.

      .NET Framework

    • E.

      SMB

    Correct Answer
    E. SMB
    Explanation
    SMB is an LDAP service for UNIX systems and totally unrelated to Exchange.

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  • 15. 

    Which of the following is true regarding Mixed Mode and Native Mode with regard to Exchange Server 2003 organization?

    • A.

      Once you have switched to Mixed Mode, you may not switch to Native Mode

    • B.

      Once you have switched to Native Mode, you may not switch back to Mixed Mode

    • C.

      Native Mode is a mode that requires the same version of Windows Server be installed on all of the Exchange servers

    • D.

      Mixed Mode is a mode that requires the same version of Exchange Server be installed on all of the Exchange servers

    • E.

      Mixed Mode offers less flexibility than Native Mode with regard to legacy systems

    Correct Answer
    B. Once you have switched to Native Mode, you may not switch back to Mixed Mode
    Explanation
    Native Mode allows for interoperability between Exchange Server 2003 systems, whereas Mixed Mode allows for other versions of EXCHANGE, not WINDOWS, to communicate. However, once you have chosen Native Mode, you may NOT switch to mixed mode.

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  • 16. 

    Which of the following actions would decrease the likelihood of a spammer using your Exchange Server system for the purpose of sending unsolicited email WITHOUT hindering the operation of Exchange Server 2003?

    • A.

      Installing NNTP

    • B.

      Removing SMTP

    • C.

      Requiring SMTP authentication

    • D.

      Requiring POP3 authentication

    • E.

      Disabling Outlook Web Access

    Correct Answer
    C. Requiring SMTP authentication
    Explanation
    Only C will actually protect you from spam without totally ruining the functionality of your Exchange Server system.

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  • 17. 

    Which of the following is true regarding mailbox aliases in Exchange Server 2003?

    • A.

      They occupy a unique mailbox in the storage group

    • B.

      They are special types of distribution groups

    • C.

      They increase the likelihood of forged email

    • D.

      They decrease the likelihood of forged email

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. None of the above
    Explanation
    None of the options provided are true regarding mailbox aliases in Exchange Server 2003.

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  • 18. 

    Which of the following accurately describes the difference between a query-based distribution group and a normal distribution group?

    • A.

      Query-based groups are static whereas normal groups are dynamic

    • B.

      Query-based groups can contain other groups where normal groups cannot

    • C.

      Query-based groups are also security groups whereas normal distribution groups are not

    • D.

      Query-based groups can utilize customized filters whereas normal distribution groups cannot

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. Query-based groups can utilize customized filters whereas normal distribution groups cannot
    Explanation
    Only query-based groups can utilize filters to dynamically sort a group of users instead of statically selecting them.

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  • 19. 

    You work for a company that runs both Exchange Server 5.5 and Exchange Server 2003. Which of the following is the best practice for managing recipients in the older Exchange servers?

    • A.

      Use the Exchange Server 5.5 servers to manage recipients in native mode, but only move mailboxes using Exchange Server 2003 System Manager

    • B.

      Use the Exchange Server 5.5 servers to manage recipients in mixed mode, but only move mailboxes using Exchange Server 2003 System Manager

    • C.

      Use only Exchange Server 2003 in mixed mode to manage recipients

    • D.

      Use only Exchange Server 5.5 in native mode to manage recipients, including the moving of mailboxes

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Use the Exchange Server 5.5 servers to manage recipients in mixed mode, but only move mailboxes using Exchange Server 2003 System Manager
    Explanation
    Under mixed mode, it is possible and recommended that you manage recipients on the legacy servers but only move mailboxes on the Exchange Server 2003 systems.

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  • 20. 

    Which of the following tools would allow you to configure a user or group to override the global message size limit?

    • A.

      Delivery Restrictions

    • B.

      Message Quotas

    • C.

      Exchange Limits

    • D.

      Messaging Options

    • E.

      Disk Space Partitions

    Correct Answer
    A. Delivery Restrictions
    Explanation
    You may set delivery restrictions on specific users or groups to allow them to override the global limits.

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  • 21. 

    You wish to add a certain set of important contact information, including email information, for certain clients that should be available offline. Which of the following tools will allow you to accomplish this objective?

    • A.

      Default Offline Address Lists

    • B.

      Global Address Lists

    • C.

      Local Address Lists

    • D.

      Client-load address lists

    • E.

      Server-load Address lists

    Correct Answer
    A. Default Offline Address Lists
    Explanation
    Default Offline Address Lists allow you to add a certain set of important contact information, including email information, for certain clients that should be available offline. This feature allows users to access contact information even when they are not connected to the internet.

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  • 22. 

    Your manager wishes you to add a field called "Unique Client Identification Number" for every contact in the CLIENTS Address book. How can you accomplish this?

    • A.

      Modify the default address book template

    • B.

      Modify the default details template

    • C.

      Modify the address book template for CLIENTS

    • D.

      Modify the details template for CLIENTS

    • E.

      Create a separate database in Microsoft SQL Server 2003 called CLIENTINFO and use ODBC connection to link the CLIENTINFO database to CLIENTS

    Correct Answer
    D. Modify the details template for CLIENTS
    Explanation
    The details template can be modified to add or move fields, or even delete the default ones.

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following is essential to periodically back up so that you can easily recover backed-up storage groups and repair damaged storage groups?

    • A.

      Storage information log

    • B.

      Transaction log

    • C.

      Secondary storage group

    • D.

      Active Directory transaction log

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Transaction log
    Explanation
    Transaction logs are useful for finding the changes to a storage group that could lead to it becoming compromised or corrupted.

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  • 24. 

    Which of the following describes the use of a storage limit on a mailbox store?

    • A.

      To prevent users from sending exceedingly large messages

    • B.

      To prevent viruses and worms from spreading through messaging

    • C.

      To prevent a storage group from taking up too much disk space or becoming exceedingly large

    • D.

      To prevent one storage group from becoming larger than another

    • E.

      To allow for a minimum storage allocation on other storage groups

    Correct Answer
    C. To prevent a storage group from taking up too much disk space or becoming exceedingly large
    Explanation
    Storage limits simply limit the amount of disk space a store can use and are not at all related to other stores or user messaging limits.

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  • 25. 

    Which of the following is necessary to send mail in Exchange Server 2003?

    • A.

      SMTP Virtual Servers only

    • B.

      SMTP Connectors only

    • C.

      Both SMTP Virtual Servers and Connectors

    • D.

      Neither SMTP Virtual Servers and Connectors

    • E.

      SMTP Virtaul Servers, Connectors, and POP3 Connectors

    Correct Answer
    C. Both SMTP Virtual Servers and Connectors
    Explanation
    To send mail in Exchange Server 2003, both SMTP Virtual Servers and Connectors are necessary. SMTP Virtual Servers handle the actual sending and receiving of email messages, while SMTP Connectors are used to route messages between Exchange servers and external email systems. Without both of these components in place, the Exchange Server would not be able to properly send and receive emails. Additionally, the other options listed (SMTP Virtual Servers only, SMTP Connectors only, Neither SMTP Virtual Servers and Connectors, SMTP Virtual Servers, Connectors, and POP3 Connectors) do not provide the complete functionality required for sending mail in Exchange Server 2003.

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  • 26. 

    What is the purpose of MIME types?

    • A.

      To list the correlation between file extensions and types of files

    • B.

      To limit the attachment size of messages

    • C.

      To limit the header size of messages

    • D.

      To prevent unwanted access to the Exchange Server 2003 management console

    • E.

      To limit user access to the mailbox store

    Correct Answer
    A. To list the correlation between file extensions and types of files
    Explanation
    MIME types associate a file type with an extension.

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  • 27. 

    Where can you configure Exchange to use a rich-text format in sending messages?

    • A.

      SMTP Domain Policy

    • B.

      POP3 Domain Policy

    • C.

      IMAP Domain Policy

    • D.

      Message Size Options

    • E.

      Global Messaging Policy

    Correct Answer
    A. SMTP Domain Policy
    Explanation
    The SMTP Domain Policy allows you to configure Exchange to use a rich-text format in sending messages. This policy is specific to the SMTP domain and can be customized to determine the format in which messages are sent. By configuring the SMTP Domain Policy, you can ensure that messages sent from Exchange are in a rich-text format, which allows for the inclusion of formatting options such as fonts, colors, and images.

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  • 28. 

    Which of the following tools can be used to verify end-to-end scenarios for Exchange 2010?

    • A.

      Remote Connectivity Analyzer

    • B.

      Best Practices Analyzer

    • C.

      Mail Flow Troubleshooter

    • D.

      Tracking Log Explorer

    Correct Answer
    A. Remote Connectivity Analyzer
    Explanation
    Remote Connectivity Analyzer is a tool that can be used to verify end-to-end scenarios for Exchange 2010. It allows users to test the connectivity of various Exchange services such as Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync, and Autodiscover. By simulating different scenarios, it helps to identify and troubleshoot any connectivity issues that may arise in the Exchange environment. This tool is commonly used by administrators to ensure that all Exchange services are functioning properly and that end-users can access their mailboxes without any problems.

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  • 29. 

    Exchange Server 2010 is available as a _____ product

    • A.

      32 bit

    • B.

      64 bit

    • C.

      Both A and B

    • D.

      None of the above 

    Correct Answer
    B. 64 bit
    Explanation
    64-bit Exchange Server 2010 is available as a 64-bit-only product only.

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  • 30. 

    Which of the following features is available in Outlook 2010, but not in Outlook Web App 2010?

    • A.

      MailTips

    • B.

      Conversation view

    • C.

      .pst file imports

    • D.

      Retention and archive policy management

    Correct Answer
    C. .pst file imports
    Explanation
    .pst file imports You cannot import .pst files in OWA 2010

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