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Microsoft 70-222 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

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GENERAL BUSINESS CONSULTANTS
Background:
General Business Consultants is a small consulting firm with offices in Denver, Colorado, and Washington, D.C. It has a total of 100 employees at these two offices. An additional 25 employees who work in the marketing department are remote users.
Your Assignment:
You are the network administrator for General Business Consultants. You will perform a domain upgrade to migrate the current Windows NT 4.0 environment to Windows 2000.
Current IT Environment:
Domain Structure:
Each office has its own domain. The two domains named GBCDEN and GBCWDC are located in Denver and Washington, D.C., respectively. There are two one-way trust relationships between the domains.
Network Infrastructure:
The network consists of two offices connected by a virtual private network (VPN), as shown in the Network Infrastructure exhibit.
Exhibit is unavailable at the demo page
Administrative Model:
Each office has one domain administrator and one backup operator. The domain administrators are responsible for all support of servers and client computers in their respective locations. For ease of access for administration, both WDCWINS and DCNWINS are located in unlocked rooms near the IT department. All other servers are located in a locked room at each respective location.
Server and Application Details:
All servers that use Windows NT Server 4.0 have been upgraded to Service Pack 3. Each office has one Microsoft Exchange 5.5 server. These Exchange servers communicate by means of the VPN and are part of the same Exchange directory. However, each server is a member of its own Exchange site. Each office also has additional servers, as shown in the Network Infrastructure exhibit. A third-party contact management application resides on all client computers in both offices. Network traffic between the two offices is generated primarily by email and database replication. System Policies and logon scripts are currently replicated only from DCNFP to DCNWINS. System Policies exist only for users who work in the marketing department. WDCDNS is a Sun Solaris 4.0 computer that uses BIND version 8.1.1. Client computers operate either Windows 98 or Windows NT Workstation. A test lab exists and has hardware sufficient for testing the migration.
Corporate Standards:
All computer NetBIOS names are compliant with Windows 2000 naming standards. All client computers will be compliant with Windows 2000 standards before the upgrade begins.
Envisioned IT Environment:
Network Infrastructure:
The physical network infrastructure will not change as a result of the domain upgrade.
Domain Structure:
Because of the limited interaction between offices, one forest will be created at each office.
Each forest will contain one domain. The two resulting domains will be named gbc-den.com and gbc-wdc.com. Two explicit one-way trusts will be maintained between the two offices.
Organizational Unit Design:
Organizational units (OUs) will be created at each office, as shown in the Organizational Unit Design exhibit.
Exhibit is unavailable at the demo page
Project Requirements:
The budget for this project includes enough money to purchase a maximum of two additional production servers.
Security must be maintained at the highest possible level.
The existing DNS server will remain in use after the upgrade and migration.

QUESTIONS
1. You want to develop a test strategy for the upgrade of GBCDEN. You want to ensure that your upgrade will not disrupt access to local resources by members of the finance and engineering departments. What should you create in your test lab to achieve this goal? (Choose all that apply.)
A. A restored replica of WDCFP
B. A restored replica of DENDNS
C. A restored replica of DENWINS
D. A client computer running Windows NT Workstation 4.0 that has the third-party contact management software installed.
E. A restored replica of DENFP
F. A restored replica of DENVPN
G. A client computer running Windows 98 that has the third-party contact management software installed.
H. A restored replica of WDCVPN
Answer: BCEFG

2. You want to upgrade the computers in each domain. Which upgrade path should you choose?
A. Upgrade DENEXCH to Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4, and then upgrade to Windows 2000 Server.
B. Upgrade all Windows NT Workstation 4.0 computers to Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4, and then upgrade to Windows 2000 Professional.
C. Upgrade WDCDNS to Windows 2000 Server.
D. Upgrade DENFP to Windows 2000 Server.
Answer: D

3. As part of your disaster recovery preparations, you create a backup of every domain controller in the environment. After you complete a domain upgrade on GBCWDC, users report that they cannot access network resources in gbc-wdc.com. Management wants you to provide users the ability to log on to the network as quickly as possible. What should you do?
A. Take all domain controllers in gbc-wdc.com offline and restore WDCFP from backup.
B. Take all domain controllers in gbc-wdc.com offline and restart WDCDNS.
C. Take all domain controllers in gbc-wdc.com offline and restore WDCWINS from backup.
D. Take all domain controllers in gbc-wdc.com offline and create a new Windows NT 4.0 PDC for the domain GBCWDC.
Answer: A

4. You perform a domain upgrade on GBCDEN. You also upgrade the client computers in the finance department to Windows 2000 Professional. You want to ensure that the finance department does not lose the functionality of the existing System Policies. What should you do?
A. Re-create System Policies as Group Policies and apply them to gbc-den.com.
B. Create System Policies and apply them to the Finance organizational unit (OU)
C. Create a file replication bridge.
D. Re-create System Policies as Group Policies and apply them to the default first site in Denver.
E. Create Group Policies and apply them to the Finance organizational unit (OU)
Answer: C


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