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Exam name: MCSE Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure
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Question No. 121

After the Montreal office is permanently closed, how many sites should you use for the hiabuvtoys.com domain tree?

A.

C. Preventing department administrator from creating new user objects.

D. Allowing each department to have full administrative rights to the servers that supports its group.

Answer: C


Question No. 125

You need to create a DNS design.

Which tasks should be completed on the DNS server in the administrative root domain of the campus IT forest?

A. Create a primary zone named adm.stateuniversity.edu.

Create a primary zone named statue.adm.stateunivirsity.edu.

Create a secondary zone at stateunivirsity.edu.

Create a delegated subdomain named StateU.

Configure DNS with root hints to the Internet.

B. Create a primary zone named campus.stateuniversity.edu.

Create a delegated subdomain named StateU.

Configure DNS as a forwarder to the DNS server in the screened subnet.

C. Create a subdomain named Adm.

Create a secondary zone of stateuniversity.edu.

Create a delegated subdomain named StateU.

Configure DNS as a forwarder to the DNS server in the screened subnet.

D. Create a primary zone named adm.stateuniversity.edu.

Create a secondary zone of stateuniversity.edu.

Create a delegated subdomain named StateU.

Configure DNS as a forwarder to the DNS server in the screened subnet.

Answer: D


Question No. 126

Which Proseware Corporation planned upgrade will require you to modify the schema?

A. The two corporate customers will want to be able to view the Proseware Corporation file shares in their global catalog.

B. Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 will be upgraded to Exchange Server 2000.

C. Smart cards and public key infrastructure (PKi) certificates will be implemented.

D. The existing Windows NT domain will be consolidated and upgraded.

Answer: B


Question No. 127

You must implement DNS services for one of the resorts. Which set or sets of steps should you perform? (Choose all that apply)

A. Install Microsoft DNS Server on two servers.

Configure a subdomain of the resort??s Internet domain.

B. Install Microsoft DNS Server on two servers.

Configure a subdomain of the generalbusinessconsultants.com zone.

Integrate DNS into Active Directory.

C. Install Microsoft DNS server on two servers.

Use these servers for the generalbusinessconsultants.com zone that is integrated into Active Directory.

D. Upgrade the resort??s existing DNS Services to support Active Directory SRV records.

E. Migrate the resort??s top-level domain to Microsoft DNS Server.

Answer: AC


Question No. 128

You are considering the following domain hierarchy for A. Datum Corporation:

_Adatum.com

_East adatum.com

_West adatum.com

_Bangkok east adatum.com

_newyork.west.adatum.com

_New Delhi east adatum.com

_sydney.east.adatum.com

_london.west.adatum.com

_sanjose.west.adatum.com

There is a one-to-one relationship between sites and locations. A domain is associated with only one location. Additionally, adatum.com and west.adatum.com will be managed in the New York location.

How should you design the server services at the New York location?

A. One schema operations master, one domain naming master, three domain controllers, two global catalog servers and two PDC emulators.

B. One schema operations master, one domain naming master, six domain controllers, two global catalog servers and three PDC emulators.

C. One schema operations master, one domain naming master, one domain controllers, six global catalog servers and three PDC emulators.

D. One schema operations master, two domain naming master, two domain controllers, two global catalog servers and two PDC emulators.

Answer: B


Question No. 129

You need to decide which domain controller to upgrade first. Which factor has the most influence on your decision?

A. The empty root domain strategy used by the new forest for Tailspin Toys

B. The planned upgrade of the WAN connection between the IT center and Frankfurt

C. The current DNS server placements

D. The statement by the CIO that there will be two forests; one for Tailspin Toys and one for Wide World Importers

Answer: B


Question No. 130

You need to evaluate the domain controller requirements in Seattle. Which domain controllers are required in Seattle to support all forest other than the Adm-Corp forest? (Choose all that apply)

A. There are no other forests in the enterprise.

B. There are no other forests that require domain controllers in Seattle.

C. One domain controller to support one or more root domains.

D. Two domain controllers to support all root domains.

E. Three domain controllers to support all domains.

F. Four domain controllers to support one or more root domains.

G. Five domain controllers to support one or more root domains.

H. One domain controller to support one or more child domains.

I. Two domain controllers to support one or more child domains.

J. Three domain controllers to support one or more child domains.

K. Four domain controllers to support one or more child domains.

L. Five domain controllers to support one or more child domains.

Answer: G


Question No. 131

You need to analyze the data access patterns for the engineering department and make recommendations. You want to meet the CIOs technical requirements for providing access to the engineering documents. Which action or actions should you perform? (Choose all that apply)

A. Configure replicas to replicate automatically

B. Configure Group Policy for engineers to map to the \\Corpeng\Engdocs share

C. Configure replicas to replicate manually

D. Configure Group Policy for engineers to map to the \\LocalServer\Engdocs share

E. Configure Group Policy for engineers to map to the \\DomainName\Engdocs share

F. Deploy DFS replicas to each site

Answer: AF


Question No. 132

How many forests and domains should you create for Proseware Corporation?

A. One forest and three domains.

B. Two forests and three domains.

C. Three forests and five domains.

D. Four forests and four domains.

Answer: A


Question No. 133

Background:

General Business Consultants is an international company that specializes in developing equipment for ticketing and access control for ski resorts. The company??s turnstile-gate technology uses smart-card reading units. These units can unobtrusively access information from the smart cards to authenticate users. The units can also add or subtract values from the cards. For example, the units can track the number of times a user skis a particular ski run. The units can read the cards from a distance, so that users can simply pass by the units with the cards. Monetary amounts can also be added to or subtracted from the smart-card account, so that the card can be used to purchase items. General Business Consultants now wants to expand its scope to serve the informational needs of ski facilities and all of the customers that it serves.

The company recently acquired a large amount of investment money. It will use this money to support an aggressive project to make itself the premier information-service provider to the most prestigious ski resorts in the world. The purpose of this project is to build a large membership of individuals who have common interests and active lifestyles and provide them with new and unique services. General Business Consultants will customize its services to meet the specific needs of each resort by promoting each independently. However, General Business Consultants will also provide a benefit known as the Passport that any member can use at any resort served by the General Business Consultants infrastructure. The Passport will provide many services to members. General Business Consultants also intends to use its membership list to promote products.

Problem Statement:

General Business Consultants currently has only turnstile smart-card tracking equipment located at ski resorts. The company must acquire the technical expertise to develop a new IT system that will support

its new mission. It has concluded that Windows 2000 and Active Directory will be important components of its success.

General Business Consultants plans to implement its goals in three phases. Phase 1 will occur during the next 12 months. During this phase, the company will build the member Web site. During this phase, the company will also install at one resort location a resort employee IT system that will be integrated with the member Web site. The company will test this system, and then install the system at five additional resorts. The goal is to have the global member IT system and the six resort IT systems operational within 12 months.

Phase 2 will occur during the following year. During phase 2, General Business Consultants plans to add 14 more resort locations and achieve a total membership of more than 1 million. Phase 3 will occur during the following year. During this phase, the company plans to double the number of resort locations General Business Consultants intends to gain recognition in the market by using the newest technologies. The company is willing to take risks if the ideas are feasible and will provide services that will promote customer loyalty and company recognition.

Business Goals:

Members will be able to purchase tickets for ski lifts and reserve rental equipment from their home computers or at the resorts. Individual user details will be stored so that ski sizes, the quality of equipment, and other details will need to be entered only once. When customers arrive at the resort, they will not need to wait. All equipment will be prepared and stored in a locker. Provisions will also be made for the storage and transport of customer-owned equipment to any resort served by General Business Consultants.

General Business Consultants does not want its customers to have to wait for any services at the ski resorts. Customers will be able to purchase tickets for ski lifts online or from kiosks. As part of the membership, General Business Consultants will issue smart cards attached to stretchable cords. At the ski resort members will be able to use the cards to open their lockers. They will also use the cards to gain access to the ski lifts and to make restaurant reservations. Members who are staying at the resort will use the cards as keys to their rooms and will not need to register with the resort. Points will also be accumulated for services that are purchased. These points will be used to earn gifts and awards. Members using the smart card for purchases at the ski lodge or store will receive discounts. Three membership classifications will be available. Premier, Active Skier, and Standard Higher membership levels will receive increased discounts.

Members will also have voice mail and e-mail services. Computers for these services will be located in each room and at many locations in the lodge and on the slopes. When members pass the ski lift turnstile, it will make a sound if they have any new e-mail or voice mail messages. At the top of the lift, they can retrieve their messages. This service will provide a convenient way for members to locate other

skiers and communicate with them. Additionally, family or friends at home who know a member??s account ID will be able to send voice mail or e-mail to that member. Reports of current ski lift usage will be broadcast on the Web sites and on displays in the lodge. Resorts will have the option of instituting a premium classification for access to the lifts. Members in this classification will never need to wait to get on the lifts. Members who share account IDs will be able to add the IDs to their family list or friends list. This will make it convenient for members of a household to make reservations for the entire family, or for individuals to see which of their friends are skiing on any given day. Members will be eligible for discount packages, and will be able use their smart cards at any of the resorts served by General Business Consultants. Members will also have the ability to add medical information to their cards. All Ski Patrol team members will have wireless smart-card readers.

Envisioned IT Environment:

General Business Consultants will design and construct global services to support two interrelated components. One component will be for members, and the other component will be for resorts. Members will be able to access the member component from the Internet or from any resort. This resort component will be used to support each resort and its unique internal business and employee needs. The company??s headquarters is located in Denver, Colorado. Headquarters employee 55 people. The company has installed a high-speed connection to its IT center in San Jose, California. The IT center is connected to the Internet by means of 45-Mbps DS-3 lines. General Business Consultants does not plan to create a separate employee domain.

The General Business Consultants phase 1 design includes implementation of the member system and resort employee systems at the following locations:

_Austria

_California

_Canada

_Colorado

_Switzerland

_Vermont

New members will be able to enroll for General Business Consultants services at each resort. They will also be able to complete application forms on the Internet. The member will be affiliated with one resort, but will be able to use services from any other.

The LANs at the resorts will be upgraded to the highest feasible bandwidth. Each resort will have a connection to the Internet. The connection speeds will vary, depending upon services available. Each resort will have a VPN tunnel to the servers that are located in San Jose. During phase 2, General Business Consultants will open a European office to manage the resorts in Europe.

As the company grows during phase 3, it is anticipated that General Business Consultants will have business and IT management centers in each country in which participating resorts are located.

Interviews:

GBC Chief Information Officer (CIO):

There are two major components of our plan: members and resorts. These components will be constructed at the same time. The members component will provide services to skiers. The resort component will provide services to the resort businesses and their employees. Active Directory will be crucial to both components of the plan.

The schema for the directory serving the members will need to be modified so that the new functionality will be supported. For development and security, the server hosting the members?? schema master will be

located at our headquarters in Denver. Members accessing General Business Consultants services from any resort will have the same functionality.

To achieve the fastest response time, all logon requests must avoid using the WAN line. So even if members travel from one resort to another, their logon processes will be performed locally and will not require a WAN transmission. Local resort employees will be able to update member records registered only at their own resort. Requests for changes to records for members of other resorts will be sent to the General Business Consultants staff. Consequently, it needs to be easy to move a member??s user object from one resort to another.

In case of possible server failure, a fault-tolerance design will be implemented at each resort so that local services will continue to run even if one server fails. We must avoid performing directory replication during times of peak usage.

Servers at the IT center will include one domain controller that has a global catalog and one domain controller that has the infrastructure operations master.

Both the member network and the resort must support wired and wireless devices. These devices can be connected and automatically assigned IP addresses. For security, other applications must be able to access the devices by means of their DNS names.

To help each resort automate its internal operation, we will provide a turnkey system that integrates Active Directory and advanced Windows 2000 functionality into each location. The design will ensure that employee information for one resort will not be visible at another.

Resort Manager:

The design for the General Business Consultants resort infrastructure will provide some great services to employees at my resort. Our employees will access the system for services that include e-mail, human resources information, training and safety programs, the purchase of supplies, equipment inventory and maintenance, and staff scheduling. Employees will be able to access the system from a variety of client computers and kiosks. The kiosks will be computers that run Windows 2000 Professional and have touch-screen displays. Both smart-card authentication and password authentication will be used for employee security. Specific employees will be assigned the responsibilities of issuing smart cards and updating member records.

Our resorts typically employ people in the following positions: ski lift operator, ski patrol member, maintenance worker, kitchen worker, restaurant worker, front desk attendant, business administration specialist, equipment specialist, instructor, emergency staff member, salesperson, marketing specialist, and manager. Each position will have specific access privileges. We also want to customize the desktop settings for each position.

The resort is organized into five departments: hotel, restaurant, operations, maintenance, and business administration.

Because each resort is independently owned and managed, each one will want to be able to add applications that might uniquely change the directory schema. In addition, the resorts do not want any external companies or any other resort to have the authority to change user permissions for their employees. Nor do we need to have our internal domain replicated by means of our WAN line. Our email addresses need to be to unique for each resort.

Currently, each resort has its own Web site. Each resort Web site is registered under its own domain. The DNS services for our top-level DNS domain will continue to be managed by our external Web presence provider. We do not want our internal-operations Active Directory to rely on our external DNS server. The home page of our resort??s Web site will include a variety of information records to our resorts. We will provide a link from our Web site for members who want to update their records. This link will take our members to the member Web site that is hosted by generalbusinessconsultants.com

Answer:?


Question No. 134

A Datum Corporation decides to enter into a joint venture with one of its vendors. This venture will result in the creation of a third company that will require its own Internet presence. System administration duties for the new companies will be shared equally by?

A. Datum Corporation and the vendor.

B. Datum Corporation and the vendor currently have separate active directory forests. Which modifications should you make to active directory to support the joint venture requirements?

C. Create a new domain for the new company, and then move both of the existing root domains under the new root domain.

D. Create a child domain in the vendor??s forest.

E. Create a new tree for the new company.

Create this three in A. Datum Corporation??s forest.

F. Create a new forest for the new company.

Answer: D


Question No. 135

Which action has the most potential to affect the security of client computers in the infrastructure of Contoso, Ltd.?

A. Setting up recovery agents for EFS support

B. Setting up IPSec on client computers for transfer of information between subsidiaries

C. Granting help desk personnel permission to reset user passwords

D. Setting up application compatibility

Answer: D