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MCSE Sample Questions : Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment

Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment

  1. You are the network administrator for an Internet marketing firm.The network is shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).Your company employs 15 permanent employees that work in the office at the same computer each day.The company also employs 20 contract web designers.Web designers generally work from their home, but are often required to come into the office to work.You have configured a remote access server to allow dial-up access for the designers, as well as 10 workstations in the office for use by designers.All designer user accounts have been created in an OU named designers.Permanent employee user accounts are in the Users container.You want to accomplish the following goals: - Designers should receive their personal desktop settings whenever they log into the network from home or from a local workstation.- Designers should be able to access their My Documents directory whenever they log into the network from home or from a local workstation.- The designers My Documents should be stored on a server, and should not be copied to their computer during logon.- Permanent employees should have their user settings stored on their local computer.You take the following actions: - Create two shared folders on FILE1: USERS and DOCS - Set the Profile Path for each user to \\FILE1\USERS\%username% - Create a GPO on the Designers OU named MyDocs.- In the MyDocs GPO, specify a folder redirection setting for all users for the path \\FILE1\DOCS\%username% Which of these goals have you accomplished?(Choose all that apply)

    1. Designers should receive their personal desktop settings wherever they log on.
    2. Designers should be able to access their My Documents directory whenever they log into the network from home or from a local workstation.
    3. The designers My Documents should be stored on a server, and should not be copied to their computer during logon.
    4. Permanent employees should have their user settings stored on their local computer.

    Answer: A, B, C

  2. Your Windows 2000 network has two domains: Acme.local and Corp.Acme.local.The Corp.Acme.local domain has a single domain controller.You need to add a second domain controller to the Corp.Acme.local domain to provide redundancy.You want to add a second domain controller to the Corp.Acme.local domain.What group must you be a member of to accomplish this task?

    1. Enterprise Admins.
    2. Domain Admins for the Acme.local domain.
    3. Domain Admins for the Corp.Acme.local domain.
    4. The local Administrators group on the server.

    Answer: C

  3. You are configuring an automated deployment environment for a computer training facility.Instructors will use RIS to automate installation of Windows 2000 on computers in their classrooms for each class.You will need to give instructors the ability to create custom RIS images for their classes, and the ability to install these images when needed.All of the instructors are members of a group called Instructors.How should you configure the instructors' access to the RIS server?

    1. Join the Instructors group to the RIS Admins group.
    2. Grant the Instructors group Read and Write access to the RemoteInstall folder on the RIS server.
    3. Grant the Instructors group Full Control permissions to the RIS server's computer account in Active Directory Users and Computers.
    4. Grant the Instructors group the right to 'Log on as a service' to the RIS server.
    5. Grant the Instructors group Full Control of the RIPrep folder on the RIS server.

    Answer: B

  4. Your Windows 2000 network contains a single domain with two domain controllers named DC1 and DC2.The hard disk on one of the domain controllers, DC1 fails.You decide to install a new Windows 2000 server as a domain controller rather that restoring the old one.After installing Active Directory on a new server named DC3, you notice that several Active Directory objects from DC1 still exist in Active Directory.How should you remove these objects from Active Directory?

    1. Rename the new server from DC3 to DC1.
    2. Run NTDSUtil on the new server and select the Metadata Cleanup option.
    3. NTDSUtil on the new server and select the Semantic Database Analysis option.
    4. NTDSUtil on the new server and select the Domain Management option
    5. Open Active Directory Users and Computers, and delete the computer account for DC1

    Answer: B

  5. You are the network administrator for a medical services company.The network is a Windows 2000 Domain environment.The company has hired an outside vendor to install client computers and applications for a new billing department.The vendor will use your RIS server to install Windows 2000 Professional on each computer.The installation files will come from an image that you have created on the RIS server.After installation, the vendor will install the billing application.The vendor currently has a temporary user account in your domain.For security reasons, you need to ensure that only authorized computers are added to the domain.You wish to accomplish the following goals: - The vendor must be able to Install Windows 2000 on new computers and add those computers to the domain.- No unauthorized computers can be added to the domain.What should you do?(Choose all that apply)

    1. Deny the vendor the right to create computer accounts in the domain.
    2. Grant the vendor the right to create computer accounts in the domain.
    3. Create computer accounts in the domain for the computers to be installed.
    4. Create a Group Policy that specifies which computers the vendor can log into.
    5. Configure the RIS service to only accept connections from known computers.
    6. Configure the RIS service to only accept connections from known users.

    Answer: A, C, E

  6. You are the network administrator for a Windows 2000 network.A Windows 2000 server on the network called Sales1 has a folder that is shared under the name SalesTools.The SalesTools share contains product information and pricing sheets that the sales staff will use when meeting with clients.Members of the sales staff use notebook computers when they visit clients to access these documents.The notebook computers are only connected to the network when they are in the office.You want to ensure that sales people have up-to-date information when they visit clients.You want to accomplish the following results: - Files from the SalesTools folder need to be accessible even when the user is not connected to the network.- The files stored on the notebook computers should be updated every time a sales person is connected to the network.- Sales staff should not be able to modify files in the SalesTools folder.- Cached files should not use more than 5 percent of the laptop computer's disk space.- Users should not be allowed to cache any other network resources.You take the following actions: - Configure the SalesTools folder to cache files automatically.- Have each member of the sales staff select the 'Make Available Offline' option for the SalesTools share.- Create a GPO that applies to the sales staff with the following settings in the Offline Files section of the GPO: .Configure the Enabled setting to Enabled..Configure the Disable configuration of offline files to Enabled .Configure the Synchronize all offline files before logging off to Enabled .Configure the Default Cache size to 500 (5.00 percent) Which results have you achieved?

    1. Files from the SalesTools folder need to be accessible even when the user is not connected to the network.
    2. The files stored on the notebook computers should be updated every time a sales person is connected to the network.
    3. Sales staff should not be able to modify files in the SalesTools folder.
    4. Cached files should not use more than 5 percent of the laptop computer's disk space.
    5. Network users should not be allowed to cache any other network resources

    Answer: A, B, D

  7. You are the network administrator for a Community College.All student user accounts are in an OU called Students.The domain also contains a group called SecStudents.Members of the SecStudents group are able to configure access to resources for students.You now want to enable members of the SecStudents group to modify group policy settings for the Students OU.You do not want this group to be able to add or modify student accounts.What should you do?(Choose two)

    1. Grant the SecStudents group Modify access to any existing GPOs linked to the Students OU.
    2. On the Students OU, assign Apply Group Policy permission to SecStudents
    3. On the Students OU, delegate the task named 'Manage Group Policy Links' to the SecStudents group.
    4. Grant the SecStudents Group the 'Create Child Objects' permission to the Students OU.
    5. Join the SecStudents group to the Group Policy Creator Owner Group.

    Answer: A, C

  8. You are an enterprise administrator for Acme Enterprises.The Acme corporate network consists of a domain tree named Acme.Local.My Corp Financial is a financial services company that is a subsidiary of Acme Corp.The My Corp Financial network consists of a domain tree named MyCorp.net within the Acme forest.The network layout is shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).A team of programmers in the East office of Acme Enterprises is developing an application for the South office of My Corp Financial.The programmers have user accounts in the East.Acme.Local domain.As part of the development process, they often have to log into Terminal Servers in the South.MyCorp.com domain.Programmers are complaining that Authentication and resource access is extremely slow.When you check network usage, you find that network links have significant available bandwidth.What should you do to correct the problem?

    1. Install a Global Catalog server in the East.Acme.Local domain.
    2. Install a Global Catalog server in the South.MyCorp.net domain.
    3. Create an explicit trust between the East and South domains.
    4. Move the programmer's user accounts to the South.MyCorp.net domain.

    Answer: C

  9. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 network with two native mode domains.The site configuration is shown in the exhibit.Each site has at least two domain controllers.Though users usually only access resources within their own domain, they do occasionally have to access resources from other sites or the other domain.Users complain that authentication and directory searching between the domains is slow.What can you do to improve this situation?

    1. Add an additional domain controller to each site.
    2. Place a domain controller for the opposite domain in each site.
    3. Make one domain controller in each site a global catalog server.
    4. Make one domain controller in each domain a global catalog server.
    5. Create site link bridges between each site and all sites in opposite domains.

    Answer: C

  10. You are the network administrator for a medical research group.The help desk staff in the administration office complain that many users are making unauthorized configuration settings to their computers.All users in the administration office have user accounts in the Corp OU.The help desk users are members of the CorpHelp group.You implement a Group Policy named NoControlPanel for the Corp OU that limits user's abilities to access objects in control panel.Now the help desk users complain that they are not able to access control panel either.What can you do to ensure that help desk personnel can access control panel, but other users cannot?

    1. Create a group named NoControl, and add all regular computer accounts in the administration office to this group.Assign the Apply Group Policy for the NoControlPanel GPO only to this group.
    2. Grant the CorpHelp group full control access to the NoControlPanel Group Policy Object.
    3. Add the CorpHelp group to the security list on the NoControlPanel Group Policy Object, and ensure that the Apply Group Policy setting is not checked.
    4. Add the CorpHelp group to the security list on the NoControlPanel Group Policy Object, and ensure that the Apply Group Policy: Deny setting is checked.

    Answer: B

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