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Microsoft 70-294 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

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1. You are the network administrator for Proseware, Inc. The network consists of a single Active Directory forest that contains one forest root domain named proseware.com and two child domains named europe.proseware.com and usa.proseware.com. The functional level of the forest is Windows 2000 native. The proseware.com domain contains a Windows 2000 Server domain controller named Server3 that is running Service Pack 4 or later. You take Server3 offline. You also remove all references to Server3 from the Configuration container in Active Directory. Five days later, you upgrade all remaining domain controllers to Windows Server 2003. You then raise the functional level of the forest to Windows Server 2003. You need to integrate Server3 into the new Active Directory infrastructure. You want Server3 to be an additional domain controller of the europe.proseware.com domain. What should you do?
A. Upgrade Server3 to Windows Server 2003. Add the computer account for Server3 into the Computers container of the europe.proseware.com domain.
B. Demote Server3 to a Windows 2000 member server by running the dcpromo /forceremoval command. Upgrade Server3 to a Windows Server 2003 member server. Run the dcpromo command to promote Server3 to be an additional domain controller of the europe.proseware.com domain.
C. Demote Server3 to a Windows 2000 member server by running the dcpromo /forceremoval command. Add the computer account for Server3 into the Domain Controllers organizational unit (OU) of the europe.proseware.com domain.
D. Upgrade Server3 to Windows Server 2003. Add the computer account for Server3 into the Domain Controllers organizational unit (OU) of the europe.proseware.com domain.
Answer: B

2. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The domain contains 2,250 user accounts. Each user account has the appropriate permissions for resource access. All user accounts are in the Users container. The company has five departments. To support the company's structure, you must place the existing user accounts in organizational units (OUs) arranged by department. You create five OUs in the domain, with one OU for each department. The human resources manager sends you a file in the comma­separated value (CSV) file format. The CSV file lists each user's full name, account logon name, and department. You expect to receive CSV files containing new and updated information every two weeks. You need to place the user accounts in the correct OUs. You must not make changes that require the permissions on resources to be changed. You must deploy the changes in the minimum amount of time and by using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Create a script that reads the CSV file and uses ADSI to move user accounts to the correct OUs.
B. Create a script that reads the CSV file and updates the Department attribute of each user account to the name of the correct OU.
C. Create a security group for each department. Move the security group objects to the correct OUs. Make each user account a member of the security group for the user's department.
D. In Active Directory Users and Computers, create a new user account for each user in the correct OU, then delete the corresponding user object in the Users container.
E. In Active Directory Users and Computers, select all of the user accounts from one department and move them to the correct OU. Repeat this process for each of the other departments.
Answer: A

3. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The following table shows the types and quantities of Windows Server 2003 Web and database servers in the domain. Server type Quantity Nonproduction test Web server 2 Nonproduction test database server 2 Production Web server 10 Production database server 10 The computer accounts for the Web and database servers are located in the default Computers container. The domain also includes many organizational units (OU) that contain other computer accounts. Your company plans to use Group Policy objects (GPOs) to centrally apply security settings to the Web and database server computers. The settings need to be applied as follows: Some security settings need to apply to all Web and database servers. Some security settings need to apply to the nonproduction servers only. Some security settings need to apply to the production servers only and must not be overridden. Other security settings need to apply to specific server types only. You need to create an organizational unit (OU) structure to support the GPO requirements. You want to create as few GPOs and links as possible while using only the default security permissions for GPO links. You also want to limit the number of GPO links to one link per GPO. What should you do?
A. Create two top­level OUs named Web and Database under the domain. Create two child OUs named Nonproduction and Production under both the Web OU and the Database OU.
B. Create two top­level OUs named Nonproduction and Production under the domain. Create two child OUs named Web and Database under both the Nonproduction OU and the Production OU.
C. Create a top­level OU named Servers under the domain. Create two child OUs named Web and Database under the Servers OU. Create two child OUs named Nonproduction and Production under both the Web OU and the Database OU.
D. Create a top­level OU named Servers under the domain. Create two child OUs named Nonproduction and Production under the Servers OU. Create two child OUs named Web and Database under both the Nonproduction OU and the Production OU.
Answer: D

4. You are a network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory forest that contains one root domain and multiple child domains. The functional level of all child domains is Windows Server 2003. The functional level of the root domain is Windows 2000 native.You configure a Windows Server 2003 computer named Server1 to be a domain controller for an existing child domain. Server1 is located at a new branch office, and you connect Server1 to a central data center by a persistent VPN connection over a DSL line. Server1 has a single replication connection with a bridgehead domain controller in the central data center.You configure DNS on Server1 and create secondary forward lookup zones for each domain in the forest.You need to minimize the amount of traffic over the VPN connection caused by logon activities.What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Configure the DNS zones to be Active Directory­integrated zones.
B. Configure Server1 to be the PDC emulator for the domain.
C. Configure Server1 to be a global catalog server.
D. Configure universal group membership caching on Server1.
Answer: C, D

5. You are the network administrator for Blue Yonder Airlines. You plan to create an Active Directory domain named blueyonderairlines.com that will have a functional level of Windows Server 2003. Your company has one main office and four branch offices, which are all located in one country. A central security department in the main office is responsible for creating and administering all user accounts in all offices. Each office has a local help desk department that is responsible for resetting passwords within the individual department's office only. All user accounts are located in the default Users container. You need to create an organizational unit (OU) structure to support the delegation of authority requirements. You want to minimize the amount of administrative effort required to maintain the environment. What should you do?
A. Create a top­level OU named BlueYonderAirlines_Users under the blueyonderairlines.com domain. Create a separate child OU for each office under BlueYonderAirlines_Users. Move the user accounts of all employees in each office to the child OU for that office.
B. Create a top­level OU named Main_Office under the blueyonderairlines.com domain. Move the user accounts of all users in the main office to the Main_Office OU. Create a separate child OU for each branch office under the Main_Office OU. Move the user accounts of all users in each branch office to the child OU for that office.
C. Create a top­level OU named BlueYonderAirlines_Users under the blueyonderairlines.com domain. Create a child OU named Central_Security under BlueYonderAirlines_Users. Move the user accounts of the central security department users to the Central_Security OU. Create a child OU named Help_Desk under BlueYonderAirlines_Users. Move the user accounts of the help desk users to the Help_Desk OU.
D. Create a top­level OU named BlueYonderAirlines_Users under the blueyonderairlines.com domain. Create a child OU named Central_Security under BlueYonderAirlines_Users. Move the user accounts of the central security department users to the Central_Security OU. Create a separate child OU under BlueYonderAirlines_Users for each office. Move the user accounts of the help desk users in each office to the child OU for that office.
Answer: A

6. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The functional level of the domain is Windows 2000 native. All servers run Windows Server 2003. The company is adding 15 new servers to run a new application. The company is also adding an organizational unit (OU) named Application to hold the servers and other resources for the application. The server access team needs to be able to grant various types of access to the servers. The server access team does not need to be able to perform any other tasks on the servers. You need to allow the server access team to grant permissions for application servers without granting the team unnecessary permissions. What should you do?
A. Create a Restricted Groups Group Policy object (GPO) to make the server access team a member of the Power Users group on each application server. Link the GPO to the Application OU.
B. Grant the server access team permission to modify computer objects in the Application OU.
C. Make the server access team a member of the Server Operators group.
D. Create Domain Local security groups that grant the appropriate access to the servers. Grant the server access team permission to modify the membership of the Domain Local security groups.
Answer: D

7. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The domain includes an organizational unit (OU) named TerminalServers and a global group named Accounting. The TerminalServers OU contains all of the Windows Server 2003 computer accounts running Terminal Services. Members of the Accounting group connect to terminal servers to access their software applications. You create a Group Policy object (GPO) and link it to the TerminalServers OU. You configure the GPO to publish a software installation package that installs the most recent tax application. Users in the Accounting group report that the new tax application is not installed on any of the terminal servers. You log on to one of the servers running Terminal Services and attempt to use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel. When you select Add New Programs, you receive the following error message: "Applications are not available to install from the network in this mode." You need to ensure that the new
tax application is installed on the computers running Terminal Services. What should you do?
A. Modify the GPO and configure the software installation package to be assigned under the Computer Configuration section of the GPO under Software Settings.
B. Modify the GPO and configure the software installation package to be assigned under the User Configuration section of the GPO under Software Settings.
C. Modify the discretionary access control list (DACL) settings of the GPO to assign the Authenticated Users group the Deny ­ Read and the Allow ­ Apply Group Policy permissions.
D. Modify the discretionary access control list (DACL) settings of the GPO to assign the computer accounts in the TerminalServers OU the Allow ­ Read and the Allow ­ Apply Group Policy permissions.
Answer: A

8. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. All client computers run Windows XP Professional. All user accounts for the sales department users are located in an organizational unit (OU) named Sales. The client computers are located in the default Computers container. All users in the sales department require that a sales application be installed
on their client computers. You create a new Group Policy object (GPO). You create a software installation package and use the GPO to assign the package to computers. You link the GPO to the Sales OU. Users
in the sales department report that the application is not installed on any client computers. You need to install the application on all client computers in the sales department. You need to ensure that the application is installed only on the client computers used by users in the sales department. What should you do?
A. Modify the GPO to specify that Windows Installer packages will be installed by using elevated permissions.
B. Modify the GPO so that the application is assigned to user accounts.
C. Enable loopback processing for the GPO.
D. Link the GPO to the Computers container.
Answer: B


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