1. Suppose You are a network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. A user named Mary works in the information technology (IT) security department. Mary is a member of the ITSecurity global group. Mary reports that no one in the ITSecurity global group can access the security log from the console of a computer named Server1. You need to grant the ITSecurity global group the minimum rights necessary to view the security log on Server1. How should you modify the local security policy?

A. Assign the Generate security audits user right to the ITSecurity global group.
B. Assign the Manage auditing and security logs user right to the ITSecurity global group.
C. Assign the Allow logon through Terminal Services user right to the ITSecurity global group.
D. Assign the Act as part of the operating system user right to the ITSecurity global group.

2. You are the domain administrator for your companys Active Directory domain. All client computers run Windows 2000 Professional. You recently deployed 10 new servers that run Windows Server 2003. You placed the servers in a new organizational unit (OU) named W2K3Servers. Anne is another network administrator. You need to configure the appropriate permissions to allow Anne to manage the new servers by using Terminal
Services from her client computer. You need to assign Anne only the permissions she needs to perform her job. What should you do?

A. Add Anne's user account to the local Power Users group on each server that runs Windows Server 2003.
B. Add Anne's user account to the Remote Desktop Users group on each server that runs Windows Server 2003.
C. Assign Anne's user account the Allow Read and the Allow Write permissions for the W2K3Servers OU.
D. Configure the Managed By property for the W2K3Servers OU to Anne's user account.

4. You are network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. All network servers run Windows Server 2003, and all are members of the domain. All client computers run Windows XP Professional. Five Web servers host the content for the internal network. Each one runs IIS and has Remote Desktop connections enabled. Web developers are frequently required to update content on the Web servers. You need to ensure that the Web developers can use Remote Desktop Connection to transfer Web documents from their client computers to the five Web servers. What should you do?

A. Install the Terminal Server option on all five Web servers. Use Terminal Services Configuration Manager to modify the session directory setting.
B. Install the Terminal Server option on all five Web servers. Use Terminal Services Configuration Manager to create a new Microsoft RDP 5.2 connection.
C. On each Web developer's client computer, select the Disk Drives check box in the properties of Remote Desktop Connection.
D. On each Web developer's client computer, select the Allow users to connect remotely to this computer check box in the System Properties dialog box.

7. You are the network administrator for your company. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. The network includes a file server named File1. File1 contains a single disk for system files and two SCSI hard disks that comprise a 72 GB mirrored volume with 65 GB of read only data. Users connect to this data by using shortcuts on their desktops. File1 is scheduled for replacement. You have a scheduled maintenance window to complete this task. Before the maintenance window, you build a new server. You need to bring the new server online with current data and re establish redundancy as quickly as possible. You must also ensure that the desktop shortcuts will continue to function. What should you do?

A. name the new server File2. Create a new mirrored volume by using two 72 GB disks. Connect File2 to the network and copy the data from File1. When copying is complete, shut down the old File1.
B. name the new server File1. Move both disks from the old File1 to the new File1. Scan the disks for changes. Import the disks. Connect the new File1 to the network.
C. name the new server File1. Break the mirror on the old File1. Move one of the disks from the old File1 to the new File1. Scan the disk for changes. Initialize the disk. Select the spare disk and create the mirror. Connect the new File1 to the network.
D. name the new server File1. Remove one of the disks in the mirror from the old File1. Move the disk to the new File1. Scan the disk for changes. Import the disk. Shut down the old File1 and connect the new File1 to the network.

8. You are the network administrator for your company. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. One of your servers contains a RAID 5 volume. Routine monitoring reveals a failed disk in the set. The server is running and users are connecting to shared folders on the RAID 5 volume. You shut down the server and replace the failed disk. Now you need to ensure that the RAID 5 volume is redundant. What should you do?

A. Initialize the new disk. Select the failed region and then select the Repair Volume option.
B. Import the foreign disk. Select the failed region and then select the Repair Volume option.
C. Initialize the new disk. Select the failed region and then select the Reactivate Disk option.
D. Import the foreign disk. Select the failed region and then select the Reactivate Disk option.

10. You have a file server named Server1 that runs Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2). You need to implement a backup schedule on Server1 to meet the following requirements:

Everyday, back up all files and folders to disk.
Every Friday, back up all files and folders to tape.
Every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, back up only the files and folders that have changed since the previous Fridays backup to tape.

Which backup jobs should you create?

A. a normal backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
a differential backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday
B. a normal backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
an incremental backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday
C. a copy backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
a differential backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday and, Thursday
D. a copy backup to disk everyday
a normal backup to tape on Friday
an incremental backup to tape on Sunday, Tuesday and, Thursday

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