Computer Science - Windows 2000 Server

Exercise :: Windows 2000 Server - Section 1

11. 

Computer accounts and user accounts in your domain have been seperated into OUs for administrative purpose. You want to require strong passwords for the local user accounts only. What should you do?

A. Set a Group Policy on each local computer to enable the passwords must meet complexity requirements policy
B. Set a Group Policy on the domain to enable the passwords must meet complexity requirements policy
C. Set a Group Policy on all OUs containing computer accounts to enable the passwords must meet complexity requirements policy
D. Set a Group Policy on all OUs containing user accounts to enable the passwords must meet complexity requirements policy
E. None of above

Answer: Option A

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12. 

You are the network administrator for your company. Mike Nash is a member of the Administration group, and Nate Sun is a member of the Intern group. Both groups are in the same domain. On the intranet server, the Administration group is placed in the Security group, and the Intern group is placed in the Nonsecurity group. The Security group is then granted Full Control permission for the Sales virtual directory. Nate needs to update new sales information that is located on the Sales virtual directory. What should you do so that Nate can perform this task?

A. Enable Anonymous access for the intranet server
B. Enable Anonymous access for the Sales virtual directory
C. Remove Nate fmm the Intern group
D. Make Nate a member of the Security group
E. None of above

Answer: Option D

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13. 

You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Server computer that has one hard disk. This computer runs a custom application that writes a large number of small temporary files in a single directory to support request from client computers. To improve performance of the application, you add three new 100-GB SCSI disks to the server to hold these temporary files. You want to ensure that the application can use all 300 GB of space with a single drive letter. You also want to ensure the fastest possible performance when writing the temporary files. How should you configure the three disks?

A. Convert all three disks to dynamic disks. Create a striped volume
B. Convert all three disks to dynamic disks. Create a RAID-5 volume
C. Create a single volume on each of the three disks. Format each volume as NTFS. Mount the roots of Disk 2 and Disk 3 in the root folder of Disk 1
D. Create a single volume on Disk 1. Format the volume as NTFS. Extend the volume to create a spanned volume that includes the space on all three disks
E. None of above

Answer: Option A

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14. 

You are the administrator of Windows 2000 Server computer. Your computer has a span volume that consists of areas on three physical hard disks on the server. The three disks support hot swapping. You regularly backup the span volume by using windows backup. One of the disk fail, you replace the disk with a new un-partitioned disk. You want to recover the span volume and disk data as soon as possible. What should you do?

A. Extend the span volume to include the new disk, rescan the disk
B. Extend the span volume to include the new disk, shut down and restart the server, use windows backup to restore the data
C. Re scan the disk, format the span volume. Use windows back up to restore the data
D. Re scan the disk, extend the span volume to include the new disk. Shut down and restart the server, use windows backup to restore the new data
E. Re scan the disk, remove the span volume and create a new span volume that includes the new disk. Format the span volume, use Windows back up to restore the data

Answer: Option E

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15. 

You have configured a Group Policy Object (GPO) for the marketing oranization unit (OU) to prevent users from accessing My Network Places and from running System in Control Panel. You want the Managers Domain Local Group to be able to access My Network Places, but you still want to prevent them from running System in Control Panel. What should you do?

A. Add the Managers group to the access control list of the GPO. Disable the permission of the managers group to read and apply the Group Policy
B. Add the Managers group to the access control list of the GPO. Deny the permission of the managers group to read and apply the Group Policy
C. Create a second GPO in the OU. Add the Managers group to the access control list. Allow the managers group to apply the Group Policy. Deny the Authenticated Users group permission to read and apply the Group Policy. Configure the new GPO to deny the ability to run system Control Policy Panel. Give the original GPO a higher priority than the new GPO
D. Create a second GPO in the OU. Add the Managers group to the access control list. Allow the managers group to apply the Group Policy. Disable the Authenticated Users group permission to read and apply the Group Policy. Configure the new GPO to allow access to My Network Places. Give the original GPO a higher priority than the new GPO
E. None of above

Answer: Option D

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