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Q37. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named troytec.com. The domain contains Windows Server 2003 computers and Windows XP Professional computers.

The Default Domain Policy has been modified by importing a security template file, which contain several security settings.

A server named Troytec1 cannot run a program that us functioning on other similarly configured servers. You need to find out whether additional security settings have been added to the local security policy on Troytec1.

To troubleshoot, you want to use a tool to compare the current security settings on Troytec1 against the security template file in order to automatically identify any settings that might have been added to the local security policy. Which tool should you run on Troytec1?

A. Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA)

B. Security Configuration and Analysis console

C. gpresult.exe

D. Resultant Set of Policy console in planning mode Answer: B

Q38. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory forest named troytec.com. The forest contains two domains named troytec.com and corp.troytec.com. The network consists of 15 subnets.

The domain controllers are configured as shown in the following table.

Domain controller name

Domain

Zone

Zone type

Stub zone

TroytecSrvA

troytec.com

Directory-

integrated

corp.troytec.com

TroytecSrvB

troytec.com

Directory-

integrated

corp.troytec.com

TroytecSrvC

corp.troytec.com

Directory-

integrated

None

TroytecSrvD

corp.troytec.com

Directory-

integrated

None

TroytecSrvA and TroytecSrvB are registered in troytec.com. All other computers are registered in corp.troytec.com.

You create reverse lookup zones for all subnets.

The corp.troytec.com domain contains a Windows NT Server 4.0 file and print server named Server5. You change the static IP address for TroytecSrvE.

You need to ensure that this change is reflected in DNS. Which two resource records should you modify? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. The pointer (PTR) record in the corp.troytec.com zone.

B. The host (A) record in the corp.troytec.com zone.

C. The alias (CNAME) record in the corp.troytec.com zone.

D. The pointer (PTR) record in the stub zone.

E. The host (A) record in the stub zone.

F. The alias (CNAME) record in the stub zone.

Q39. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named troytec.com. The functional level of the domain is Windows 2000 native. Some network servers run Windows 2000 Server, and others run Windows Server 2003.

All users in your accounting department are members of an existing global distribution group named Global-1. You create a new network share for the accounting users.

You need to enable the members of Global-1 to access the file share. What should you do?

A. Raise the functional level of the domain to Windows Server 2003.

B. Change the group type of Global-1 to security.

C. Change the group scope of Global-1 to universal.

D. Raise the functional level of the forest to Windows Server 2003.

Answer: B

Q40. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network contains eight DNS servers.

You use a DNS namespace named troytec.com in the network. All eight DNS servers must be configured to allow host named in the troytec.com namespace to be resolved. The following table specifies how each server will be configured to support the troytec.com namespace.

Server name

Support for troytec.com

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