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Q106. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single subnet. A Windows Server 2003 computer named Server1 functions as a DHCP server.Server1 leases IP addresses in the 10.1.1.0/24 range to desktop client computers. There are 12 client reservations for other servers and network printers. You have configured several detailed scope and server options.If Server1 fails, you want to have a contingency plan that will allow you to use a domain controller named DC2 as a DHCP server as quickly as possible. You install DHCP on DC2 without any configuration and stop the DHCP Server service. You want to list the tasks that are required to back up Server1 and the tasks that are required to restore the backup to DC2. A backup age of 24 hours or less is acceptable. If Server1 fails, which set of tasks is required to enable DC2 to replace Server1 as the DHCP server?
A. On Server1: Schedule the Backup utility to back up the System State data to tape every 24 hours. On DC2: Perform a non-authoritative System State restore. Using the Services console, start the DHCP Server service. Authorize DHCP. Reconcile the database.
B. On Server1: Schedule the Backup utility to back up the System State data to tape every 24 hours. On DC2: Perform an authoritative System State restore. Manually re-create the server and scope options that were on Server1. From a command prompt, type net start dhcpserver. Authorize DHCP.
C. On Server1: Use the DHCP console to perform a DHCP backup every 24 hours. Copy the backup on a network share that is accessible by DC2. On DC2: Copy the backup to a local folder. Using the DHCP console, restore the backup from the local folder. From a command line, type net start dhcp. Authorize DHCP. Re-create the 12 client reservations.
D. On Server1: Use the Backup utility to schedule a tape backup of the DHCP database every 24 hours. On DC2: Restore the tape backup of the DHCP database to a folder. Using the DHCP console, restore the backup from the same folder. From the command prompt, type net start dhcpserver. Authorize DHCP.
Q107. You are a network administrator for Alpine Ski House. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named alpineskihouse.com. Your company acquires a company named Adventure Works. The Adventure Works network consists of a single Active Directory domain named adventure-works.com. A server named Server32 is a network-management application server in the adventure-works.com domain. Server32 accesses all of the desktop client computers to perform automated software upgrades and hardware inventory. The network-management software on Server32 references desktop computers by unqualified host names, which are resolved to clientname.adventure-works.com by using a DNS server. You join Server32 to your domain to become server32.alpineskihouse.com. The Server32 IP address is 10.10.10.90. You are gradually migrating all adventure-works.com desktop client computers to your domain to become clientname.alpineskihouse.com. You do not have access to the adventure-works.com DNS server. When Server32 attempts to apply an update to the client computers, the network-management software returns many alerts that say that desktop computers cannot be found. You want to allow the network-management software on Server32 to resolve unqualified client computer host names in adventure-works.com or alpineskihouse.com, and you want to use the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. On Server32, configure a Hosts file that contains the name and IP address of every network computer.
B. On the DNS server for alpineskihouse.com, add a zone for adventure-works.com. Create a host (A) record for server32.adventure-works.com that points to 10.10.10.90.
C. On Server32, in Advanced TCP/IP Settings, add adventure-works.com and alpineskihouse.com to the Append these DNS suffixes (in order) setting.
D. On Server32, in System Properties, type adventure-works.com in the Primary DNS suffix of this computer field in the DNS Suffix and Netbios Computer Name setting.
Q108. Your company has a Berkley Internet Name Domain (BIND) DNS server named Server1 that hosts the contoso.com DNS zone.
You plan to replace Server1 with a DNS server named Server2 that runs Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
You need to configure DNS on Server2 to meet the following requirements:
Retain all resource records currently in the contoso.com zone. ·
.Allow updates to resource records for the contoso.com zone on Server2.
What should you do?
A. On Server2, configure a primary zone for contoso.com.
B. On Server2, configure a secondary zone for contoso.com.Configure the contoso.com zone on Server2 as a primary zone.
C. Copy the contoso.com.dns file from Server1 to the %systemroot%System32DNS folder on Server2. On Server2, restart the DNS Server service.
D. Copy the contoso.com.dns file from Server1 to the %systemroot%System32DNS folder on Server2. On Server2, create a secondary zone for contoso.com.
Q109. Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain.You have a DHCP server named DHCP1 that runs Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
All client computers run Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3).All client computers are configured as DHCP clients.
You change the IP address on DHCP1.
Users report that they cannot connect to the network.You verify that the client computers do not receive an IP address configuration from DHCP1.
You need to ensure that the client computers receive an IP address configuration from DHCP1.
What should you do on DHCP1?
A. Authorize the server.
B. Reconcile the scope.
C. Enable conflict resolution.
D. Restore the server configuration by using the DHCP snap-in.
Q110. You are a network administrator for City Power & Light. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named cpandl.com. You install a new client-server application on a Windows Server 2003 computer named Server1. Server1 is not a member of the domain. Server1 has static IP address 192.168.6.23. You install the client software on two Windows XP Professional domain computers in order to test access to the application on Server1. You plan to install the client software on 270 additional Windows XP Professional computers. The client software must be able to resolve to Server1 by using the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) server1.cpandl.com. A Windows Server 2003 computer named Server2 is the DNS server and has the IP address 192.168.6.1. The cpandl.com zone is configured to accept only secure updates.When you run the ping command to 192.168.6.23, you receive valid replies. When you attempt to run the client software on the two test computers, the software cannot locate Server1 and terminates. You need to correct this problem with the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. On Server2, enter a host (A) record for Server1 that displays Server1's IP address as
192.168.6.23. On Server1, in the Computer Name Changes dialog box in System Properties, enter cpandl.com as the primary DNS suffix of the computer. Restart Server1.
B. From a command prompt on Server1, run the ipconfig /registerdns command.
C. Create an organizational unit (OU) named ApplicationServersOU. Create a computer account named Server1 in ApplicationServersOU. Set the Primary DNS Suffix Group Policy setting on an ApplicationServersOU Group Policy object (GPO) to cpandl.com. Restart Server1.
D. On each of the two test computers, type the following line in the Hosts file:server1.cpandl.com 192.168.6.23 #pre
E. On Server1 in the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box, in the Preferred DNS server field, type 192.168.6.1.
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You are the network administrator for Litware, Inc. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named litwareinc.com. The domain DNS servers are configured as shown in the following table.
Server name IP address Server operating system Server role DNS role
Server1 10.10.1.222 Windows Server 2003 Domain controller Standard primary
Server2 10.10.3.126 Windows 2000 Server Member controller Standard secondary
Server3 10.10.2.241 Windows Server 2003 Domain controller Standard secondary
Server4 10.10.4.192 UNIX Not applicable Standard secondary
Server5 10.10.6.245 Windows Server 2003 Domain controller Standard secondary
You uninstall DNS from Server2 and reconfigure Server2 as a file server. Then you reconfigure Server4 as a caching-only server. Next, you reconfigure the domain controllers to use Active Directory-integrated DNS zones. You need to eliminate unnecessary zone transfer activity on the network. What should you change in the Notify dialog box? To answer, select the setting or settings that need to be changed. Select the IP address or addresses that need to be removed from the list.
Q112. Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain named contoso.com.All network servers run Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
You have a DNS zone named contoso.com.The zone is configured to support dynamic updates.All servers in the company are registered in the contoso.com zone.
You change the IP address of a server named Server1.
From a server named Server2, you attempt to ping Server1 by host name, but the request fails. You successfully ping the new IP address of Server1.
You need to ensure that Server2 can connect to Server1 by using the Server1 host name.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. On Server1, restart the Netlogon service.
B. On Server2, run the Ipconfig /flushdns command.
C. On Server1, run the Ipconfig /Registerdns command.
D. On the DNS server, run the Dnscmd /zonerefresh contoso.com command.
Q113. Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain.The domain contains an organizational unit (OU) named SecureServers.The SecureServers OU contains a computer account for a server named Server1.
You link a Group Policy object (GPO) to the SecureServers OU.In the GPO, you assign an IPSec policy that requires encryption for all communications.
You notice that all communications to Server1 are unencrypted.
You need to ensure that all communications to Server1 are encrypted immediately.
What should you do?
A. On Server1, run gpudate.exe.
B. On Server1, run gpresult.exe.
C. From the properties of the GPO, enable the Enforced option.
D. From the properties on the SecureServers OU, enable the Block policy inheritance setting.
Q114. You are the network administrator for your company. All servers run Windows Server 2003. All client computers run Windows XP Professional.
You install Windows Software Update Services (WSUS) on a computer named Server1. This WSUS installation must meet the following requirements:
Use the least amount of disk space on Server1.
All updates must be tested before being deployed to the client computers.
You clear the Automatically Approve Updates for Installation checkbox. You open the WSUS console. You need to complete the installation and meet the requirements. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Change the Revisions to Updates setting to automatically approve all updates.
B. Remove the Critical Updates option from Updates Classifications.
C. Change the Revisions to Updates setting so that new versions of previously approved updates are not automatically approved.
D. Change the Advanced Synchronization Options dialog box so that updates are not stored locally.
Q115. Your network contains servers that run Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
You deploy a VPN server named Server1. The relevant portion of the network is configured as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to configure Server! to assign IP addresses to VPN clients. VPN clients must be able to access all internal network resources and all Internet addresses when they are connected to the VPN server.
Which IP address range should you configure on Server1?
A. 10.10.11.1 -10.10.11.254
B. 10.10.12.1 -10.10.14.254
C. 22.214.171.124 -126.96.36.199
D. 192.168.1.1 -192.168.2.254
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Q116. CORRECT TEXT
You are a network administrator for your company. All servers run Windows Server 2003. All client computers run Windows XP Professional.
All servers are configured with static IP addresses and use 192.168.0.1 through
192.168.0.4 for network addresses. All client computers are configured as DHCP clients and use 192.168.0.5 through 192.168.0.200. You have a server named FileServer that functions as a file server.
You need to configure FileServer to use a valid IP configuration. You also need to enable FileServer to communicate with all hosts on the network by using fully qualified domain names (FQDNs). You must accomplish this task by using FileServer's Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box.
Q117. Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The network contains two servers named Server1 and Server2 that run Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2). You log on to Server1 by using the Administrator account for the domain. You open Event Viewer and attempt to connect to Server2 but receive the following error message.
You need to ensure that you can connect to Server2 remotely by using Event Viewer.
What should you do on Server2?
A. Add the Administrator account to the HelpServicesGroup.
B. Set the Startup Type for the Remote Registry service to Automatic and then start the service.
C. Set the Startup Type for the Secondary Logon service to Disabled and then stop the service.
D. Set the Startup Type for the Special Administration Console Helper service to Automatic and then start the service.
Q118. You are the network administrator for The Phone Company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. All servers run either Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server. All client computers run either Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional. The DNS service is installed on three Windows Server 2003 computers that are configured as domain controllers. The company's network management standards state that a DNS domain must be created for each regional division in the company. A new regional division named South America is added to the company. You need to create a corresponding DNS zone named samerica.thephone-company.com.
The network management standards contain the following additional requirements.
All hosts must be registered in DNS.
All DNS records must be kept up-to-date at all times, and any changes to the host name or IP address must be updated on the DNS record.
When hosts are removed from the network, the corresponding DNS records must be deleted.
To prevent problems caused by duplicate computer names, one host must not be able to overwrite another hosts entry in DNS.
To reduce administrative effort, all possible administrative tasks should be automated.
To allow for different requirements between departments, configuration changes should, where possible, be applied only to individual zones.
You must configure the samerica.thephone-company.com zone to meet the stated requirements. Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)
A. Configure the Expires after setting on the samerica.thephone-company.com zone to be 1 days.
B. Create a primary zone named samerica.thephone-company.com, and ensure that the Store the zone in Active Directory option is enabled.
C. Enable automatic scavenging of stale resource records on all the DNS servers, and configure the scavenging options on the samerica.thephone-company.com zone.
D. Configure the Dynamic updates setting on the samerica.thephone-company.com zone to be Secure and nonsecure.
E. Configure the Dynamic updates setting on the samerica.thephone-company.com zone to be Secure only.
F. Create a primary zone named samerica.thephone-company.com, and ensure that the Store the zone in Active Directory option is disabled.
Q119. Your company has two offices.
All servers run Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
You deploy a new server named Server1 in the branch office.
The relevant portion of the network is configured as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to ensure that Server1 can communicate with servers in the main office.
Which IP address should you assign to Server1?
Q120. DRAG DROP
You are the network administrator for Contoso, Ltd. The network consists of a single Active
Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains 10 Windows Server 2003 computers. The domain controllers are also configured as DNS servers. Each DNS server hosts an Active Directory-integrated forward lookup zone named contoso.com. The DNS servers are also configured with a reverse lookup zone named 192.168.1.x Subnet.
The DHCP server is configured with a scope that has the following properties:
an IP address range from 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.254
a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
an exclusion range from 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.55
scope options that include the assignment of a DNS server and a WINS server
The existing servers have static IP addresses within the range of 192.168.1.1 -
192.168.1.10. You assign a static IP address to a new UNIX server named Server1. You need to create a new host (A) resource record for Server1. In addition, you need to ensure that the DNS servers will respond to reverse lookup queries against the IP address for Server1. You also need to maximize the security and availability of the A record for Server1. What should you do? To answer, configure the appropriate option or options in the dialog box, and drag the appropriate IP address to the correct location.