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MCSE Sample Questions : Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

  1. You are the network administrator for your company.Your Windows 2000 network has a single domain in a single location.DNS is configured on a Windows 2000 Server as a standard primary zone.You also have a Windows 2000 Server running as a secondary zone.You add a file server and two Windows 2000 Professional computers with shared printers to the network.Users report that they cannot access these new resources.What should you do?

    1. Convert the DNS zone to an Active Directory integrated zone.
    2. Set the Allow zone transfers for the zone to yes.
    3. Set the Allow Dynamic Updates setting for the zone to yes.
    4. Set the Allow Dynamic Updates setting for the zone to Only Secure Updates

    Answer: C

  2. You are the network administrator for your company.Your network is configured as shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).Each location has a web server that hosts a copy of the company's intranet web site.Employees will be instructed to type www.Acme.local to access the intranet site.To reduce traffic across WAN links, you must configure the DNS server to direct clients to the correct web server for their subnet.How can you do this?

    1. Create three host records that map the host name www to the IP address each Web server.
    2. Place a DNS server on the Dallas and Miami subnets.Ensure that the host record for www for each DNS server points to the local web server.
    3. Create one host record for www that includes the IP addresses of all web servers.
    4. Create a CNAME entry for each web server.Enable round-robin resolution.

    Answer: A

  3. You are the network administrator for a financial services company.The company is opening a remote office in another part of town.You will be using PPTP to establish a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection to the remote office.You are required to provide the strongest level of encryption possible for the connection.What should you do?

    1. Use the encrypting file system (EFS) on the PPTP connection.
    2. Use EAP as the authentication method for the PPTP connection.
    3. Use MS-CHAP v2 as the authentication method for the PPTP connection.
    4. Use MS-CHAP as the authentication method in the dial-up profile.

    Answer: C

  4. You are a student studying for a certification exam.You want to use two computers to test various IPSEC configuration options.You install Windows 2000 Server on both computers, and ensure that they can communicate.What else should you do to establish IPSEC using Kerberos authentication?

    1. Install a stand-alone root Certificate Authority on one computer.Specify shared secret key authentication.Issue a key to the other computer.
    2. On one of your servers install a stand-alone root Certificate Authority (CA).Promote that computer to a Domain Controller.Create a certificate for the domain.Specify the certificate as the domain certificate in an IPSEC policy.
    3. On both servers create a new IPSec policy.On each server, specify the other server as an IPSEC key holder.
    4. Promote one of the servers to a domain controller.Assign the domain controller the default Secure Server IPSec policy.Assign the other server the default Client IPSec policy

    Answer: D

  5. You are the network administrator for a Windows 2000 network at a technical training center.For security reasons, you decide to divide your network into three subnets as shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).You are Using Windows 2000 computers with RRAS services to act as routers.You will use TCP/IP filtering to limit the flow of traffic from one subnet to another.When you test this configuration, you find that hosts on Subnet A cannot reach hosts on Subnet C, and hosts on Subnet C cannot reach hosts on Subnet A.What routing commands must you enter on RAS1 and RAS2 for these hosts to communicate?(Choose two)

    1. On RAS1: route add 192.168.3.1 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.2 -p
    2. On RAS1: route add 192.168.2.1 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1 -p
    3. On RAS1: route add 192.168.1.1 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.1 -p
    4. On RAS2: route add 192.168.3.1 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.2 -p
    5. On RAS2: route add 192.168.2.1 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1 -p
    6. On RAS2: route add 192.168.1.1 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.1 -p

    Answer: A, F

  6. You have been hired by a brokerage firm to connect a small office network to the Internet.You decide to use a Windows 2000 Server computer with a modem already installed for this connection.The Network Address Translation (NAT) protocol has already been added to the Server, though it has not yet been configured.The server is configured to use IP address 192.168.0.1.All client computers have an IP address from the 192.168.0.0/24 range, and have 192.168.0.1 as their default gateway.What should you do to complete the configuration of Network Address Translation on this server?(Choose four)

    1. Create a new demand-dial interface for the local area connection.
    2. Create a new demand-dial interface for the dial-up connection.
    3. Add a public and a private interface to the NAT routing protocol.
    4. Configure the IP address of the ISP as the default gateway on the private interface.
    5. Add a default static route that uses the public interface.
    6. Configure the NAT routing protocol to enable network address translation assignment.

    Answer: A, C, E, F

  7. You are the network administrator for a county government office.There are 65 client computers on a single subnet.You believe that someone is using network monitor to capture other user's emails.You have installed network monitor on your computer at the main office.How can you find out who else is running Network Monitor?

    1. Select Identify Network Monitor Users on the Tools menu in Network Monitor.
    2. Select Show Address Names on the Options menu in Network Monitor.
    3. Establish an audit policy for privilege use.
    4. Use System Monitor to view service usage on each computer.

    Answer: A

  8. You have been hired to help a small company with its Windows 2000 migration tasks.The current network layout is shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).You have just recently added a Windows 2000 Domain Controller and Windows 2000 DHCP server.Many of the 60 client computers have also been upgraded to Windows 2000 Professional, though some still run Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.About a dozen employees have the option of working from home.Client computers were able to connect to the RAS server before the domain was changed to a Windows 2000 domain.Now users cannot validate their user accounts when connecting to the RAS server.What should you do to correct the problem?

    1. Authorize the RAS server in active directory.
    2. Add the RAS computer account to the Remote Access servers group.
    3. Add the Everyone group to the Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access group.
    4. Add a Remote Access policy that allows users to connect to the RAS server.

    Answer: C

  9. You are the network administrator for a large insurance company.Your company has regional offices in twelve major cities throughout the United States.Each location will have a remote access server to allow individual branch offices to exchange information with the regional offices.Branch offices use Windows 2000 Professional computers to dial into the network.To centralize administration, you set up a Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) server.New federal regulations require that all insurance information carry the minimal level of encryption.You want to meet this new standard with the minimal amount of administrative effort.What can you do?

    1. Create one remote access policy on each Routing and Remote Access server.
    2. Create one remote access policy on the RADIUS server.
    3. Enable the Secure Server IPSec policy on the RADIUS server.
    4. Enable the Server IPSec policy on the RADIUS server.

    Answer: B

  10. You are the network administrator for a Windows 2000 based network.All computers log into a Windows 2000 domain, and receive IP configuration from DHCP.Your company is in the process of merging with another company.In this merger, all of the employees and equipment from the other company is being moved into your building, and joining your network.Many of the computers joining the network use Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.You add a WINS server to the network to handle NetBIOS name resolution for the new computers.What additional step should you take?

    1. Enable the WINS server in active directory.
    2. Enter the address of the WINS server in the TCP/IP properties of the DHCP server.
    3. Configure the DHCP scope to include the WINS server.
    4. Add a static mapping in the WINS server for the DHCP server.

    Answer: C

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