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Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Windows Server 2003 Multiple Choice Questions And Answers

21) If a server that you are working on has a File Replication Service event log and a Directory Service event log, then it must be a domain controller.
 
  A. True
  B. False
Ans:  A

22) What utility do you use to mark specific Active Directory objects as authoritative?
 
  A. ADutil.exe
  B. Auth.exe
  C. DSAuth.exe
  D. Ntdsutil.exe
Ans:  D

23) Which of the following backup types does not alter the archive bit on a newly created file?
 
  A. Full
  B. Incremental
  C. Symmetrical
  D. Differential
Ans:  D

24) In an authoritative restore of Active Directory, the objects in the Active Directory database are restored with updated sequence numbers that prevent them from being overwritten during the next replication pass. 
 
  A. True
  B. False
Ans:  A

25) When you configure volume shadow copy, which of the following parameters cannot be configured?
 
  A. Which folders on the drive should be included in the volume shadow copy.

  B. The drives that should be included in the volume shadow copy.
  C. The maximum size of the storage area for shadowed files.
  D. The frequency with which shadow copies should be made.
 Ans: A

26) A user calls you because he cannot log on to the system. After verifying his identity, you determine that he recently returned from vacation and is unsure of his password. You decide to reset the password. How do you do accomplish this?
 
  A. In the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC snap-in, select the user and then select Reset Password from the Action menu. Enter the existing password, and then enter a new password. Retype the new password in the Confirm Password box, and click OK.
  B. In the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC snap-in, select the user and then select Reset Password from the Action menu. Enter the new password, retype the new password in the Confirm Password box, and click OK.

  C. In the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC snap-in, select the user. On the Account properties page for the user, click Change Password and then enter a new password. Retype the password in the Confirm password box, and click OK.
  D. On the General properties page for the user, click Change Password and then enter a new password for the user. Retype the password in the Confirm password box, and click OK.
Ans:  B

27) There is always less data included in an incremental backup than a full backup.
 
  A. True
  B. False
Ans:  B

28) You are the network administrator for a healthcare provider in Denver, Colorado. The network comprises three Windows Server 2003 systems. You have recently installed a new database application that requires a service account to be created. This service account needs to impersonate a client to access computer resources on behalf of other user accounts. Which of the following approaches do you take to
 
  A. Create a new user account. Then, in the General properties tab for that user account, select the Account Is Trusted For Delegation check box.
  B. Create a new user account. Then, in the Account properties tab for that user, select the Account Is Trusted For Delegation check box.
  C. Create a new user account. Then, in the Advanced properties tab for that user, select the Account Is Trusted For Delegation check box.
  D. Use an existing user account. In the Account properties tab for that user, select the Account Is Trusted for Delegation check box.
Ans:   B

29) On a domain controller, members of the Power Users group can create user and group accounts and modify the users and groups they have created. 
 
  A. True
  B. False
Ans: B

30) Where do you change the scope?
 
  A. In the Scopes properties tab of the group in Active Directory and Computers
  B. In the General properties tab of the group in Active Directory and Computers
  C. In the Members properties tab of the group in Active Directory and Computers
  D. In the Type properties tab of the group in Active Directory and Computers
Ans:  B

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