1. You are logged onto a server that is running slowly through Telnet. You want to generate a list of processes run by all users that are consuming more than 5 MB of memory. Which of the following methods can you use to do this?
A. Issue the mem /program command.
B. Use the Task Manager and sort by memory usage.
C. Issue the tasklist /fi "memusage gt 5120" command.
2. You are the administrator of a Windows Server 2003 SP1 computer that is a member of the Contoso.com domain. Which of the following utilities can you use from your computer to generate a list of running processes on other Windows Server 2003 computers within the domain to which you have administrative access? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Task Manager.
D. Computer Management Console
3. You are the administrator of the Tailspintoys.com domain. A process on another Windows Server 2003 computer seems to have crashed, bringing the server's performance to a slow crawl. The server is located in the basement and your office is on the 42nd floor. Which of the following tools can you use to terminate the errant process without having to go all the way down to the basement?
B. Services conso
4. You are the administrator at Contoso's Antarctic research facility. You have just built a server out of old components lying around the storeroom to replace a newer one that is being transported back to Tasmania to have its motherboard, processor, and RAM replaced. The server will be used as the facility's primary Domain Name System (DNS) server. You take a performance baseline of the servers operation in its first few days of operation. The following are the average results:
Processor: % Processor Time: 72
Server Work Queues: Queue Length: 1
Memory: % Committed Bytes in use: 65%
PhysicalDisk: Current Disk Queue Length: 3
Network Interface: Output Queue Length: 2
Which of these results should have you most concerned?
A. Processor: % Processor Time
B. Server Work Queues: Queue Length
C. Memory: % Committed Bytes in use
D. PhysicalDisk: Current Disk Queue Length
E. Network Interface: Output Queue Length
5. Which of the following average performance counter statistics would indicate a bottleneck in the component it monitors? (Choose all that apply.)
A. System: Processor Queue Length: 5
B. Processor(_Total): % Processor Time: 92
C. Memory: % Committed Bytes in Use: 60%
D. PhysicalDisk: Current Disk Queue Length: 1
E. Network Interface: Output Queue Length: 1
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