Answer: Drag the PDC Emulators to the appropriate domains. QUESTION NO: 135
You are the network administrator for TestKing. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain testking.com. The domain contains Windows Server 2003 computers and Windows XP Professional computers.
You configure a server named TestKingSrv as a print server. The name of the print queue is \\TestKingSrv\laserprinter. You assign the Everyone group the Allow - Print permissions.
Three days later, you discover that print jobs submitted to \\TestKingSrv\laserprinter are not being printed. You log on to the client computer named Clientl. Clientl is configured to use \\TestKingSrv\laserprinter as its default printer. You submit several print jobs, but none of them print and no error message is displayed.
In Printers and Faxes on Clientl, you open \\TestKingSrv \laserprinter. You see the following status of the print queue: "laserprinter on TestKingSrv is unable to connect". You are able to connect to TestKingSrv by running the ping command.
You need to ensure that print jobs submitted to \\TestKingSrv \laserprinter will be printed. What should you do?
A. Create a shared printer object in Active Directory for \\TestKingSrv \laserprinter.
B. From a command prompt on Clientl, run the Net Print \\TestKingSrv \lasterprinter command.
C. On Clientl, open the Services console and restart the Print Spooler service.
D. On Clientl, open the Services console and connect to TestKingSrv . Restart the Print Spooler service.
QUESTION NO: 136
A new Windows Server 2003 computer named TestKing6 is located in a small branch office. TestKing6 runs third-party update software and needs to connect to the Internet to download software updates. TestKing6 distributes the updates to Windows XP Professional client computers in the branch office.
You configure TestKing6 so that when you double-click the Internet Explorer icon, a VPN dial-up connection to the main office automatically starts. You want TestKing6 to access the Internet through a Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server computer named ISA1 in the main office.
ISA1 uses IP address 220.127.116.11 on the Internet and is also the Routing and Remote Access server to the LAN. The ISA1 LAN interface uses IP address 10.10.0.1. Inbound VPN connections receive 10.10.0.0 IP addresses. Client computers can connect to the Internet only through ISA1.
ISA1 has dynamically updates host (A) resource records for both ISA1 interfaces.
On TestKing6, you double-click the Internet Explorer icon to initiate an Internet connection. TestKing6 successfully establishes a VPN connection to ISA1, but cannot connect to the Internet. The Internet Explorer settings for the VPN dial-up connection are shown in the exhibit.
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Some users on other VPN connections to ISA1 report that they can connect to the Internet, and other users report that they cannot.
You want TestKing6 and all other VPN connections to ISA1 to consistently connect to the Internet. What should you do?
A. In the Internet Explorer settings for the VPN dial-up connection on TestKing6, select the Bypass proxy server for local addresses check box.
B. In the Internet Explorer settings for the VPN dial-up connection on TestKing6, enter 10.10.0.1 for the proxy server address.
C. In the Internet Explorer settings for the VPN dial-up connection on TestKing6, select the Automatically detect settings check box.
D. On the network properties for the 18.104.22.168 connection on ISA1, clear the Register this connection's addresses in DNS check box.
QUESTION NO: 137
A Windows Server 2003 computer named TestKingSrvA is exhibiting connectivity problems. You monitor TestKingSrvA by using System Monitor and Network Monitor. While monitoring, you notice that TestKingSrvA has approximately 4 MB of available memory, and the average CPU utilization is running at 95 percent. When you investigate the Network Monitor capture, you notice that some network packets sent to TestKingSrvA during the capture have not been captured.
You need to ensure that the impact of monitoring on TestKingSrvA is reduced and that all packets sent to the computer are captured.
What should you do?
A. From a command prompt, run the diskperf command.
B. Run Network Monitor in dedicated capture mode.
C. Configure a Network Monitor capture filter.
D. Increase the buffer size in Network Monitor.
QUESTION NO: 138
You are the network administrator for TestKing. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain testking.com. The domain contains 10 Windows Server 2003 computers and 1,000 Windows XP Professional computers.
You configure a server named TestKingSrv as a Network Address Translator (NAT) server. TestKingSrv is used to connect all computers on the company network to the Internet.
You remove both of the old 10-Mbps network adapters in TestKingSrv, and you replace them with 10/100-Mbps network adapters. All users now report that they are not able to connect to computers on the Internet.
On TestKingSrv, you confirm that the network adapater connected to the Internet has a public IP address, but you cannot connect to computers on the Internet. You can connect to computers that are on the company network.
You need to ensure that computers on the company network can connect to the Internet through TestKingSrv.
On TestKingSrv, you open the Routing and Remote Access console, and you open the properties of the network adapter that is connected to the Internet.
What should you do next?
To answer, configure the appropriate option or options in the dialog box.
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