The DNS zone currently records for only Windows 2000 Professional computers. Each client computer is configured to transmit name resolution requests to TestKingSrvA and TestKingSrvC. Users are able to access all resources on the network.
You plan to change the TCP/IP settings for each client computer to remove the pointer to TestKingSrvC. You need to ensure that the client computers can continue to access e-mail. What should you do?
A. In the advanced TCP/IP settings, enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP.
B. In the advanced TCP/IP settings, enable Lmhosts lookup.
C. In the properties of testking.com, add a name server (NS) resource record for TestKingSrvC.
D. In the properties of testking.com, enable WINS forward lookup.
QUESTION NO: 37
You are the network administrator for TestKing. Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain testking.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. A single server running Terminal Server is available to remote users.
Your help desk staff is responsible for monitoring user activity on the terminal server. The staff is also responsible for sending message to users about new programs and about modifications to the terminal server. A company developer writes a script that will log the relevant user information in a file and provide pop-up messages as needed.
You need to ensure that the script runs every time a user logs on to the terminal server. What should you do?
A. Deploy a client connection object for remote users. Configure the client connection object to run the script.
B. On the terminal server, configure the RDP-Tcp properties with the name of the script.
Override other settings.
C. In the Default Domain Group Policy object (GPO), select the Start a program on startup option and specify the name of the script.
D. On the terminal server, configure the RDP client properties with the name of the script.
QUESTION NO: 38
You are the network administrator for TestKing. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003, and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.
You install Terminal Server on three member servers named TestKing1, TestKing2, and TestKing3. You add a domain group named HR to the Remote Desktop Users group on all three terminal servers.
One week later, you discover that files on TestKing1 and TestKing2 were deleted by a user named Tess, who is a member of the HR group.
You need to prevent Tess from connecting to any of the terminal servers. What should you do?
A. On all three terminal servers, modify the RDP-Tcp connection permissions Access and the Deny - Guest Access permissions to the HR group.
B. On all three terminal servers, modify the RDP-Tcp connection permissions Access permission to Tess's user account.
C. In the properties of Tess's user account, disable the Allow logon to a terminal server option.
D. On all three terminal servers, modify the RDP-Tcp connection permissions to assign the Deny - User Access and the Deny -Guest Access permissions to the Remote Desktop Users group.
E. In the properties of Tess's user account, enable the End session option.
to assign the Deny - Users to assign the Allow - Guest
QUESTION NO: 39
You are the network administrator for TestKing. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. The functional level of the domain is Windows Server 2003.
You install Terminal Services on all domain controllers. However, your technical support specialists report that they cannot use Terminal Services to access any domain controllers.
Which action or actions should you perform to solve this problem? (Choose all that apply)
A. Install Remote Desktop for Administration.
B. Require the support specialists to use a console session to connect to the terminal servers.
C. Add the Remote Administrators group to the Account Operators group.
D. Add the support specialists to the Remote Desktop group.
E. Modify the Default Domain Controller Group Policy object (GPO) to grant the Log on locally user right to the support specialists.
QUESTION NO: 40
You are the network administrator for TestKing. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named testking.com. The network contains 15 Windows Server 2003 computers that function as intranet Web servers.
You install a Windows Server 2003 computer named TestKing7 with Routing and Remote Access. TestKing7 has the NAT/Basic Firewall routing protocol enabled to route traffic between the LAN and the Internet. TestKing7 uses an internal LAN IP address of 10.10.1.1
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