Computer Science - Windows 2000 Server

Exercise :: Windows 2000 Server - Section 2

6. 

How can you assign an application to one processor exclusively?

A. Right click on application executable, select properties and select assign processor
B. Right click on application process in Task Manager, select Set Affinity, and select the appropriate processor
C. Open Task Manager, chose options from task bar, select processor and assign processes to appropriate processor
D. Open Task Manager, chose Performance, chose view all processors, assign processes to appropriate processor
E. None of above.

Answer: Option B

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7. 

You install your boot volume on volume C on your Windows 2000 Server computer. You mirror volume C on dynamic Disk 1. Two years later, during routine server maintenance, you open Disk Management and find that the status of volume C is Failed Redundancy. The status of Disk 1 is Missing. You attempt to reactivate Disk 1, but the status of volume C does not return to Healthy. What should you do next?

A. Replace Disk 1 and restart the computer. The mirror will automatically regenerate
B. Remove the mirror on Disk 1, replace the disk, and then add back the mirror to the new Disk 1
C. Replace Disk 1 and copy all data from volume C to a new NTFS primary partition on the new Disk 1. Restart the computer
D. Rescan the disks, remove the mirror, and delete the data on Disk 1. Then re-create the mirror
E. None of above

Answer: Option B

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8. 

You want to install Windows 2000 server on 15 new computers. You want to install, configure and test all 2000 servers before shipping them to your branch offices. You want the users at the branch offices to enter the serial numbers and computer names once they receive the computers. What should you do?

A. Install Windows 2000 server on the computers. Use Sysprep.exe to create the Unattend.txt file, place file on the root of the drive
B. Install Windows 2000 server on the computers. Use Setup Manager to create a sysprep.inf file for use with sysprep.exe Place the sysprep.inf on the computers and run sysprep -noidgen
C. Create an Unattend.txt file by using Setup Manager. Create a UDF file that identifies the names of the new computers
D. Create a UDF file by using setup manager. Create an Unattend.txt file that identifies the names of the new computers
E. None of above

Answer: Option B

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9. 

You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 server computer. The server has a single hard disk with two partitions. An application that runs on your server creates a very large log file in the SystemrootYTemp folder. There is not enough free space on the system partition to accommodate the log file. The application does not provide a way to change the path to the log file. You want to run the application on your server. What should you do?

A. On the second partition, create a shared folder named Temp
B. In the systemroot folder, create a shortcut named Temp that points to the second partition on the disk
C. Add a second hard disk. Create and format a partition from the free space on the second hard disk. Create a Temp folder on the new partition. Mount the system partition as the Temp folder on the new partition
D. Add a second hard disk. Delete the contents of the SystemrootYTemp folder. Create and format a partition from the free space on the second hard disk. Mount the partition as the SystemrootYTemp folder
E. None of above

Answer: Option D

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10. 

You are the administrator of a network that consists of a single Windows NT 4.0 domain. The network contains five Windows NT Server domain controllers and 1,000 Windows NT Workstation client computers. You want to install Windows 2000 Server on a new computer. You want the new computer to act as a domain controller in the existing domain. What should you do?

A. On the new computer, install Windows NT Server 4.0 and designate the computer as a BDC in the existing domain. Promote the computer to the PDC of the domain. Upgrade the computer to Windows 2000 Server
B. On the new computer, install Windows NT Server 4.0 and designate the computer as a PDC in a new domain that has the same NetBIOS name as the existing Windows NT domain. Upgrade the computer to Windows 2000 Server. Use Active Directory Sites and Services to force synchronization of the domain controllers
C. Shut down the PDC of the existing Windows NT domain from the network. On the new computer, install Windows 2000 Server, and then run the Active Directory Installation wizard to install Active Directory, specifying the same NetBIOS name for the Windows2000 domain as the existing Windows NT domain
D. Shut down the PDC of the existing Windows NT domain from the network. On the new computer, install Windows 2000 Server, and then run the Active Directory Installation wizard to install Active Directory as a replica in the existing Windows NT domain. Promote the new computer to the PDC of the domain. Restart the Windows NT PDC on the network and demote it to a BDC
E. None of above

Answer: Option A

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