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Q106. You need to create a security model for the organizational unit that will contain the Sydney resource. You want to support the technical requirements of the CIO. Which right or rights should you grant to the Sydney IT staff? (Choose all that apply)

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Develop a Revenue Model

There will be the following three-tier service model:

_ Content developers, such as movie producers, will create the content. ? Content providers will establish the channels and infrastructure necessary to host a wide range of content.

_ Each service provider will enroll subscribers, collect revenue, and sell and support all devices in its assigned city.

A method must be developed to measure the amount of attention the content receives. This method will be similar to Web page views, but will need to take into account the anticipated playback duration of the downloaded content. Content providers and content developers will receive a percentage of the service provider's subscription revenue. This percentage will be based on the amount of attention the channel and content receives.

Coordinate a Pilot Project

The pilot project will include the following playback devices:

_ Cable-connected televisions

_ Cable-connected personal computers

_ Wireless video players and optional video glasses

There will be three service providers. Each service provider will provide services to one of the following pilot cities:

_ Atlanta

_ Boston

_ Seattle

All service providers will offer four membership subscription levels with the cable-connected devices. The levels will be named Standard, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. All service providers will outsource the sales and servicing of the cable-connected devices to the same consumer electronics manufacturing company.

Service providers will independently manage their wireless networks and wireless devices. Each service provider will provide services only to subscribers in its assigned city. There will be two content providers named CP1 and CP2. The content providers are competing companies and will provide rich media services to all subscribers. The content providers will install and manage the server infrastructure to host content developers. The content providers will also be responsible for rating the content. The three ratings will be named General, Restricted, and Adult. During the pilot project, each content provider will provide the server infrastructure for 10 content developers. There will be a total of 20 content developers named CD01 through CD20.

Technical Requirements

Wireless Network and Wireless Video Players

In each city, a high-bandwidth, one-way broadcast transmitter will be installed to deliver wireless content. A two-way wireless network consisting of 150 transmitters will also be installed in each city. Fifty of the transmitters will be located in the urban area and will be directly connected to a high-speed backbone. One hundred of the transmitters will be located in remote areas and will have lower-speed point-to-point connections to the service provider's data center. Domain controllers for the urban area will be located in the data center. However, to maximize performance, a domain controller will need to be installed at each of the 100 remote, unattended transmission locations. The domain controllers will support authentication of the wireless video players. On startup, each video player will authenticate with Active Directory. Active Directory will use the video player's serial number to identify the assigned subscription level and any linked profile settings. The wireless devices are based on a Windows 2000 operating system and can be managed by using Group Policy objects (GPOs). The devices can also store content for playback. A consumer can customize settings on a device or use the service provider's Web page and the device's serial number to customize settings. In addition, by using the same two-way communication that is used for authentication, consumers can receive e-mail, purchase products, and interact with live broadcast programs. Short-range transmitters will be installed in school zones. These transmitters will disable wireless video players from displaying content that is Restricted or Adult.

Cable-Connected Network and Playback Devices

Both types of cable-connected devices will have a persistent, high-speed connection to the Internet. They will be customized to establish a permanent VPN connection to the service provider's data center and will be able to be managed by using custom Windows 2000 GPOs. The devices will have polices to deploy the trusted root and to support user authentication by means of smart card. Each subscriber level will have a user interface controlled by GPOs. Personalized settings customized by the subscriber will be stored in a user profile. The systems will be configured to include an interactive logon feature. If the card is removed, the service will return to the Standard subscription level. Separate smart cards can be issued to family members to allow access to different content for adults and children.

Content Providers

Content providers will be responsible for producing channel guides. Content providers are also responsible for assigning permissions to the content that corresponds to subscription levels. Server names will correspond to content ratings. Servers containing General, Restricted, and Adult content will have host names that begin with GEN, RES and ADU respectively. Server names will also have content developer designations and unique numbers. Servers in each rating type will have different security and auditing polices. Content providers will be responsible for adding new content-developer user accounts.

Content Developers

Content developers will need to have full administrative control of the servers hosting their content. Content developers must be able to add servers and create security groups to manage permissions to support their staff's need to publish to staging servers and replicate the content to their production servers. Content developers will not be allowed to add new users to the domain or to create or edit GPOs.

Security

All forests will have root domains. The names of the subscribers of each service provider will be confidential and will not be shared with other service providers or content providers. For monitoring purposes, all cable devices will register a DNS record.

Baldwin Museum of Science CEO Interview

The forest and domain design for the service providers has been finalized. (The forest diagram is shown in the exhibit)

We will need to develop a design for the content providers and develop methods for service integration. Some day, the number of users and devices will be in the millions. This expected growth means that the ability to scale up is an important consideration. However, we understand that this type of system will take many years to implement and that technology will keep advancing to meet the requirements of such a large undertaking. Today, what is important is to completely understand the culture, standards, and relationships needed to make a project of this importance a success.


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Q110. What should you do to prepare for the transfer of employees from the Montreal office to the Toronto office?

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These polices will be uniform through out all divisions of the company local administrators will be able to grant divisions of the company. Local administrators will be able to grant deviations from the policies for only logon scripts and desktop icons. local administrators will not be able to create or manage. Group Policy Objects (GPOs) but will only be able to link existing GPOs to the resources that the local administrators administer. A Small group of GPO administrator will have responsibility for creating and maintaining all GPOs.

Hanson Brother will allow Fabrikam, Inc to administer its own user and resources. Fabrikam, inc dos not want to be affected by any group policies defined by Hanson Brother administrators. Fabrikam, inc will create and maintain its own GPOs.

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Q116. You must decide whether to place Europe in Active Directory as domain or as an Organizational Unit (OU). Which factor should most influence your decision?

A. Geographic distribution of locations.

B. Available WAN bandwidth.

C. The company??s plans for expansion in Europe.

D. The current and proposed IT administrative structures and security policies in Europe.

Answer: D


Q117. You need to configure replication for General Business Consultants. Which two steps should you take? (Choose Two)

A. Create intersite links on the member domain controllers that are located at each resort at the San Jose IT center.

B. Set the interval to 180 minutes.

Set the schedule to 1:00 A.M to 6:00 A.M local time at each resort.

C. Create inter-forest RPC connections between the resort and member forests.

D. Set the interval to 60 minutes.

Set the schedule to 11:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M local time at each resort.

E. Create an intrasite links between the member and resort domain controllers that are located at each resort.

Answer: AB


Q118. How should you design the DNS for Trey Research?

A. Upgrade the existing UNIX DNS service.

On this service, configure the zones required for Windows 2000.

B. Upgrade the existing UNIX DNS service.

Add servers that run Microsoft DNS Server as Active Directory integrated secondary zones.

C. Use Active Directory integrated zones in Microsoft DNS Server to replace the UNIX DNS service and to host the domains required for the implementation of Windows 2000.

D. Use Active Directory integrated zones in servers that run Microsoft DNS Server, and run DNS zones that are separate from and parallel to the UNIX DNS servers.

Answer: A


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Q120. At the end of the project, you want each design group to have the necessary access to its data.

What should you do?

A. Create one global group in each domain for each design group.

Create a domain local group that has the appropriate permissions to resources in every domain Place the appropriate design group members in the appropriate global group Place the global group in the domain local group for the domain in which the global group was created.

B. Create one global group in each domain.

Create one universal group.

Create a domain local group that has the appropriate permissions to resources in every domain Place all the design group users in the global group.

Place the global group from each domain in the universal group.

Place the universal group in the domain local group from each.

C. Create one global group in each domain for each design group.

Create one universal group.

Create a domain local group that has the appropriate permissions to resources in every domain.

Place the appropriate design group members in the appropriate global group.

Place the global groups in the universal group.

Place the universal group in every domain local group.

D. Create one global group in each domain.

Create a domain local group that has the appropriate permissions to resources in every domain.

Place all the design group users in the global group

Place the global group from each domain in domain local group for each domain.

Answer: C