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Q222. You are the network administrator for the Baldwin Museum of Science. The network consists of a single Active Directory forest that contains one domain named baldwinmuseumofscience.com. 

You need to deploy a new domain named NA.baldwinmuseumofscience.com as a child domain ofbaldwinmuseumofscience.com. 

You install a new stand-alone windows Server 2003 computer named DC1. You plan to make DC1 the first domain controller in the NA.baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain. You configure DC1 with a static IP configuration. 

You run the Active Directory Installation wizard on DC1. The wizard prompts you for the network credentials to use to join the NA.baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain to the forest. You enter the appropriate credentials for an account in the baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain. 

You receive an error message stating that a domain controller in the baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain cannot be located. 

You need to be able to promote DC1 to a domain controller as the first domain controller of the child domain in the existing forest. 

What should you do? 

A. Configure DC1 to be a member server in the baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain. 

B. Configure the client DNS settings on DC1 to use a DNS server that is authoritative for the baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain. 

C. Configure the client WINS settings on DC1 to use a WINS server that contains entries for the baldwinmuseumofscience.com domain controllers. 

D. Configure the DNS Server service on DC1 to have a zone for NA.baldwinmuseumofscience.com. 

Answer: B 


Q223. HOTSPOT  

You are the network administrator for A. Datum Corporation. The network consists of a single Active Directory forest that contains three domains named adatum.com, childl.adatum.com, and child2.adatum.com. The functional level of the forest is windows Server 2003. 

The help desk department is responsible for resetting passwords for all user accounts in the forest except for accounts that have administrative privileges. There is an organizational unit (OU) named Corp_Users in each domain that contains the user accounts in that domain. All of the user accounts that have administrative privileges are in the default Users container in each domain. 

There is a universal group named HD_Users in the adatum.com domain. All user accounts for the help desk department users are members of the HD_Users group. 

You need to delegate the required authority for resetting passwords to the users in the help desk department. 

For which Active Directory component or components should you delegate control? 

To answer, select the appropriate component or components in the work area. 


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Q224. You are the network administrator for your company. The company consists of two subsidiaries named Contoso, Ltd., and Fabric, Inc. The network consists of a single Active Directory forest that contains three domains. The domain and site configuration is shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) A computer named DC1.asia.contoso.com is a domain controller in the asia.contoso.com domain. DC1.asia.contoso.com is also a global catalog server and the preferred bridgehead server for Asia Site. The Active Directory database on DC1.asia.contoso.com contains 1 GB of data. The Asia departments in the company are implementing an Active Directory-enabled application. You expect size of the database on DC1.asia.contoso.com to increase by 200 MB. Active Directory stops responding on DC1.asia.contoso.com. You discover that the hard disk has less than 5 MB of space remaining. You need to configure DC1.asia.contoso.com so that Active Directory can restart. You also need to configure the server so that additional space is available on the hard disk for the additional data that will be added to the Active Directory database. What should you do? 


A. Install another hard disk in DC1.asia.contoso.com. Use the Ntdsutil utility to move the database to the new hard disk. 

B. Configure another server in the site to operate as a preferred bridgehead server. Configure DC1.asia.contoso.com so that it no longer operates as a preferred bridgehead server. 

C. Install another hard disk in DC1.asia.contoso.com. Use the Ntdsutil utility to move the transaction logs to the new hard disk. 

D. Delete all log files that are located in the NTDS folder. 

Answer: A 


Q225. CORRECT TEXT 

You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named treyresearch.com. 

A domain controller named Server1 runs Windows Server 2003. All other domain controllers run Windows NT 4.0. You upgrade one Windows NT 4.0 BDC to Windows Server 2003, and remove all other Windows NT 4.0 BDCs from the domain. There is one member server running Windows NT 4.0 and one Windows 2000 Server member server. 

You need to offer the most functionality for the treyresearch.com domain. You must accomplish this task by using the Active Directory Users and Computers console with the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do? 

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Q226. CORRECT TEXT 

A company has a single Active Directory. It’s Sales Dept has two Web servers and two Database servers. There is two GPO’s created in place for the servers. First GPO must apply to Web and Database servers. Second GPO must apply to Database server only. You must create an OU structure base on the needs of the 2 GPO’s mentioned above. What should you do? 

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Q227. CORRECT TEXT 

You are the domain administrator for your company's Active Directory domain. You create a custom console to manage schema objects. You install a new version of a custom application. The old version of the custom application created a custom Active Directory schema class named entity, which is not used by the new version. 

The new version creates a custom schema class named dataObject. 

You need to ensure that no new directory objects can be created by using the entity class, and that objects created by using the dataObject class will be visible in Active Directory. 

You also need to ensure that a user named Bruno will be able to administer the Active Directory schema. 

What should you do? 

To answer, click the Simulation button and then perform the appropriate actions. 

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Q228. You have a single Active Directory service domain. You are running out of disk space on the volume that contains the Active Directory database. You need to find out how much disk space can be recovered by performing an offline defragmentation on the domain controller. What should you do? 

A. Enable garbage collection logging. 

B. Enable debug logging for the Netlogon service. 

C. Run the Ntdsutil command with the File Maintenance parameter. 

D. Run the Ntdsutil command with the Semantic Database Analysis parameter. 

Answer: A 


Q229. You are the network administrator for Contoso Pharmaceuticals. Your network consists of a single Active Directory forest that contains three domains. The forest root domain is named contoso.com. The domain contains two child domains named usa.contoso.com and europe.contoso.com. The functional level of the forest is Windows Server 2003. 

Each domain contains two Windows Server 2003 domain controllers named DC1 and DC2. DC1 in the contoso.com domain performs the following two operations master roles: schema master and domain naming master. DC1 in each child domain performs the following three operations master roles: PDC emulator master, relative ID (RID) master, and infrastructure master. DC1 in each domain is also a global catalog server. 

The user account for Nancy Buchanan in the europe.contoso.com domain is a member of the Medicine Students security group. Because of a name change, the domain administrator of europe.contoso.com changes the Last name field of Nancy's user account from Buchanan to Anderson. 

The domain administrator of usa.contoso.com discovers that the user account for Nancy is still listed as Nancy Buchanan. 

You need to ensure that the user account for Nancy Anderson is correctly listed in the Medicine Students group. 

What should you do? 

A. Transfer the infrastructure master role from DC1 to DC2 in each domain. 

B. Transfer the RID master role from DC1 to DC2 in each domain. 

C. Transfer the schema master role from DC1 to DC2 in the contoso.com domain. 

D. Transfer the PDC emulator master role from DC1 to DC2 in each domain. 

Answer: A 


Q230. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The domain contains an organizational unit (OU) named Sales. You create three Group Policy objects (GPOs) that have four configuration settings, as shown in the following table. 


The Sales OU has the Block Policy inheritance setting enabled. The priority for GPOs linked to the Sales OU specifies first priority for the Display and Wallpaper GPO and second priority for the Wallpaper GPO. 

For user accounts in the Sales OU, you want the Screen Saver tab to be hidden and the desktop wallpaper to be Autumn.jpg. You log on to a test computer by using a user account from the Sales OU, but you do not receive the settings you wanted. 

You need to configure the settings to hide the Screen Saver tab and set the desktop wallpaper to Autumn.jpg for the user accounts in the Sales OU. You want to avoid affecting user accounts in other OUs. 

What should you do? 

A. Enable the No Override setting for the Display and Wallpaper GPO. 

B. Disable the No Override setting on the ScreenSaver GPO. Reorder the Wallpaper GPO to be first in the list. 

C. Create a GPO and link it to the Default-First-Site-Name. Configure the GPO to set the Active Desktop Wallpaper to c:\WINNT\web\wallpaper\autumn.jpg 

D. Disable the Block Policy inheritance setting on the Sales OU. Change the Display and Wallpaper GPO to set the Active Desktop Wallpaper to c:\WINNT\web\wallpaper\autumn.jpg 

Answer: B 


Q231. You are the network administrator for Contoso, Ltd. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. All servers run Windows Server 2003. All client computers run Windows XP Professional. You use a Group Policy object (GPO) to distribute an application to users. The application is contained in an .msi file that is stored in a shared folder. Users report that they do not have the application installed. You verify that the GPO successfully installed the application on your computer. On the client computers, you see the error message shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) You need to ensure that users can install the application. What should you do? 


A. Create a GPO to enable the Always install with elevated privileges setting. 

B. Assign the users the Allow - Read permission for the .msi file. 

C. Configure the Windows Installer service on each client computer to start as a member of the Domain Admins group. 

D. Configure the default package location in the GPO to be the network path to the application. 

Answer: B 


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Q232. You are a network administrator for a company that has a main office and five branch offices. The network consists of six Active Directory domains. All servers run Windows Server 2003. Each office is configured as a single domain. Each office is also configured as an Active Directory site. Your company uses an application server that queries user information from the global catalog. You install application servers in the main office and in three branch offices. The network is configured as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) You monitor the WAN connections between the main office and each branch office and discover that the utilization increased from 70 percent to 90 percent. Users report slow response times when accessing information on the application server. You need to place global catalog servers in offices where they will improve the response times for the application servers. You need to achieve this goal with a minimum amount of increase in WAN traffic. In which office or offices should you place a new global catalog server or servers? (Choose all that apply.) 


A. San Francisco 

B. New York 

C. Rome 

D. Chicago 

E. Bonn 

Answer: ABC 


Q233. You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain with two sites. Each site contains two domain controllers. One domain controller in each site is a global catalog server. You add a domain controller to each site. Each new domain controller has a faster processor than the existing domain controllers. Your company requires Active Directory replication to flow through the servers that have the most powerful CPUs in each site. You need to configure the interstice replication to comply with the company's requirement for Active Directory replication. What should you do? 

A. Configure the new domain controller in each site as a preferred bridgehead server for the SMTP transport. 

B. Configure the new domain controller in each site as a preferred bridgehead server for the IP transport. 

C. Configure the new domain controllers as global catalog servers. 

D. Configure an additional IP site link between the two sites. Assign a lower site link cost to this site link than the site link cost for the original site link. 

Answer: B 


Q234. CORRECT TEXT 

You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. 

For security reasons you need to configure password policies of the domain users to meet the following requirements: 

. Change passwords once every 90 days. 

. Users must wait IS days before changing their password. 

. Users can not reuse one of their last five passwords. 

You must accomplish this task by using the Group Policy Object Editor console. Your operation must not affect other settings. 

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Q235. You are the network administrator for your company. The company consists of two subsidiaries named Contoso, Ltd., and Fabrikam, Inc. The network consists of two Active Directory forests. The WAN connections that connect some domain controllers are unreliable. The domain and trust configuration is shown in the Network Diagram exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

You create shared folders on Windows Server 2003 member servers in both forests. Some of the shared folders are accessible to users from both forests. For each of the shared folders, you create a domain local group. 

You add global groups from domains in either forest to the domain local group. The Fabrikam, Inc., division is sold to a different company. 

You delete the trust relationship between the two forests. You notice that after the trust relationship is deleted, the membership lists for some of the domain local groups are no longer accurate. When you view a membership list, it contains entries without user-friendly names. A sample is shown in the Membership List exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

You need to delete all the unknown groups from the membership list for the domain local groups. You want to achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of administrative effort, and without modifying the access to resources for users in the contoso.com forest. 

What should you do? 


A. Verify all remaining trust relationships. Then delete the unknown accounts from the domain local groups. 

B. Re-create the trust relationship between contoso.com forest and the fabrikam.com forest. Delete all the fabrikam.com global group accounts from the domain local group membership lists. Delete the trust relationship between the two forests. 

C. Delete all the affected domain local groups. Re-create the groups. Add the appropriate global groups from the contoso.com forest to the groups. Grant appropriate permissions to the domain local groups. 

D. Create new domain local groups. Add the required global groups from the contoso.com forest to the domain local groups. Grant appropriate permissions to the domain local groups. Delete the original domain local groups. 

Answer: A 


Q236. CORRECT TEXT 

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 DevServers. The DevServers OU contains only the Windows Server 2003 computer accounts that run Terminal Services. Members of the Development group connect to the terminal servers to access their applications. 

You configure the Group Policy Object (GPO) on the DevServers OU to publish a software installation package named setup.msi in Server1's shared folder. This package installs a most recent version of an application. Users in the Development group report that the most recent version of an application is not installed on any of the terminal servers. 

You need to troubleshoot the GPO configuration to ensure that the most recent version of an application is installed on the computers that run Terminal Services. You must accomplish this task by using the Group Policy Editor console. Your operation must not affect other settings. 

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Q237. DRAG DROP 

You are the network administrator for your company. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain. All servers run windows Server 2003. 

The user accounts for support staff users are located in an organizational unit (OU) named Support. All other user accounts are located in an OU named user Accounts. As the company expands, user accounts for users other than support staff might be created in OUs other than the User Accounts OU. 

A written company policy states that all users, including support staff, must comply with the following rules: 

. Users are not allowed to use offline files. 

. Only support staff employees are allowed to edit the registry. 

The written policy also states that any changes to these rules must be applied to the entire company as quickly as possible. 

You need to enforce the written company policy by using the minimum amount of administrative effort. 

Which action or actions should you take, and where should you take the action or actions? 

To answer, drag the appropriate action or actions to the correct location or locations in the work area. 


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Q238. CORRECT TEXT 

You are the network administrator for your company. Your company has two forests, one in London and one in Paris. The London forest consists of a domain named contoso.com, and the domain controller is named Server1. The Paris forest consists of a domain named treyresearch.com, and the domain controller is named Server2. A two-way forest trust relationship exists between the two forests. 

Most users of contoso.com are used to access the resource in treyresearch.com. You configured a universal group named AccessGroup in contoso.com, and include the user accounts which need to access the treyresearch.com. 

You need to create a group named Group1 to store AccessGroup, and ensure that the members of Group1 are able to access the resources in treyresearch.com. You must accomplish this task by using the New Object - Group dialog box. Your operation must not affect other settings. 

Create a Global Security Group named Group1 on t 

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