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Windows 2000 Server Objective Questions and Answers

Practice Test: Question Set - 06


1. You are the administrator of Windows 2000 Server network. On each server you format a separate system partition and a separate boot partition as NTFS. Several months later you shut down one of the computers for maintenance. When you try to restart the computer you receive the following error message "NTLDR is missing, press any key to restart". You want to install a new NTLDR file on the computer but you do not want to loose any settings you made since the installation. What should you do?
    (A) Start the computer by using Windows 2000 Server computer CD-ROM and choose tools to repair the installation. Select recovery console and copy the NTLDR file on the CD-ROM to the root of the system volume
    (B) Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 server CD- ROM, choose to reinstall. When the installation is complete copy the NTLDR to the root of the boot volume
    (C) Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 bootable floppy disk. From a command prompt run the sfc/scanboot command
    (D) Start the computer by using Windows 2000 bootable floppy disk. Run the file signature verification utility

2. Your network uses TCP/IP as the only network protocol. Devices on the network are configured to use IP address from the private 10.0.0.0 range. All the client computers on the network runs Windows 2000 Professional. The network includes Windows 2000 Server computers and UNIX servers. User's print jobs are sent to shared printers on a Windows 2000 Server computer named PrintServ that directs the print jobs to print devices attached directly to the network. You have a high-capacity print device that is attached to one of the UNIX servers. The UNIX computer uses the LPR printing protocol, and it's IP address is 10.1.1.99. The name of the printer queue is GIANT. You want users to be able to connect to this printer from their computers. What should you do?
    (A) Install Microsoft Print Services for Unix on PrintServ. Create a network printer on users' computers, and specify that the printer URL is LPR://10.1.1.99/ GIANT
    (B) Install Microsoft Print Services for Unix on users* Computers. Create a network printer, and specify that the printer name is \\10.1.1.99\GIANT
    (C) Create a network printer on PrintServ, and specify that the printer name is \\16.1.1.99\GIANT. Share this printer and connect to it from users computers
    (D) Create a local printer on PrintServ. Create a new TCP/IP port for an LPR server at address 10.1.1.99 with a queue name of GIANT. Share this printer and connect to it from users' computers

3. 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

4. You configure your Windows 2000 Server as a print server. You install a second PnP Network adapter to improve the performance. The first adapter uses IRQ11, and the second adapter uses IRQ5. The server is now unable to print to print devices connected to a non-PnP LPT2 port adapter. You want to continue to use the print devices connected to your print server. What should you do?
    (A) Use device manager to change the IRQ for LPT1 to IRQ10
    (B) Use device manager to change the IRQ for LPT2 to IRQ7
    (C) Edit the CMOS setting of the servers BIOS to reserve IRQ7 for non-PnP devices
    (D) Edit the CMOS setting of the servers BIOS to reserve IRQ5 for non-PnP devices

5. You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Server computer. You configure the server to audit all access to files that are places in shared folders. One week after you configured the server, users report that the server has stopped responding. You investigate the problem and discover a stop error with the error message: Stop C0000244 (Audit Failed) An attempt to generate a security audit failed. You restart the computer. You need to ensure that you can keep a record of all files access on the server. You also need to ensure that the stop error will not occur again.
    (A) Set the CrashonAuditFail registry key to 0
    (B) Set the Security Log to overwrite events as needed
    (C) Delete the Liscense Trial registry key
    (D) Increase the size of the security log

6. You want to provide Internet access for the clients on your network. You decide to use Network Address Translation (NAT). You have a Windows 2000 computer you try to establish a secure Virtual Private Networking session with. You try connecting to the Remote Windows 2000 computer using L2TP. You are unable to establish a connection with the remote node using L2TP. You are able to make a connection with another computer in your same office. Why are you unable to make a connection.to the remote location?
    (A) NAT does not allow for remote networking
    (B) L2TP does not work with Windows 2000 computers
    (C) You cannot establish a L2TP connection behind a computer running NAT. The L2TP session fails because the IP Security packets become corrupted
    (D) You have not configured the NAT server to translate the IP Security packets

7. A Windows 2000 Server computer named server2 runs numerous 32bit applications and two 16bit applications. Users start the 16bit applications by running APP1.EXE for one application and APP2.EXE for another application. The 16bit applications are configured to run in the separate memory space. You want to create a performance base like chart in the system monitor for all the applications on server2. You add all of 32bit applications and now you want to add two 16bit applications. What should you do?
    (A) Add the APP1 and APP2 instances to the processor time counter for the process object
    (B) Add the NTVDM, APP1 and APP2 instances for the processor time counter for the process object
    (C) Add only the NTVDM instance for the percent processor time counter for the process object
    (D) Add the NTVDM 1 and NTVDM #2 instances for processor time counter for the process object

8. 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

9. You enable the Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) on a computer running Windows 2000 Server. You configure the computer as a RAS server. You want to provide mutual authentication between the RAS server and RAS clients. You also want to ensure that data passing between the RAS server and RAS clients is encrypted. Which authentication method should you use for your incoming connections to support mutual authentication and data encryption?
    (A) CHAP
    (B) MS-CHAP v2
    (C) PAP
    (D) SPAP

10. Some applications on your company network use defined domain user accounts as their service accounts. Each computer that runs one of these applications should have the respective service account in the Local Administrators Group. Currently, you individually place these service accounts in the Local Administrators Group on the appropriate Windows 2000 Professional computers. You need to centralize this process. What should you do?
    (A) Add the applications service accounts to the Domain Administrator Group
    (B) Add the applications service accounts to the Local Administrator Group. Use the Restricted Groups option in each computer's local group policy
    (C) Add the applications service accounts to the Local Administrator Group. Use the Restricted Groups option in an OU Group Policy
    (D) Add the applications service accounts to the Local Administrator Group. Use the Restricted Groups option in a Domain Group Policy

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