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Q16. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. All network servers run Windows Server 2003.

A file server named TroytecSrvA has shadow copies enabled. One shared folder on TroytecSrvA has the configuration shown in the following table.

Folder

Location

Contents

TroytecDocs

D:\TroytecDocs

D:\TroytecDocs\AccountingData.xls, Financials.xls

While viewing a previous version of TroytecDocs, you open and edit Financials.xls. However, when you try to save the edited file, you receive the following error message:

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You need to save your changes to the previous version of Financials.xls. You must ensure that other users can continue to access current data on TroytecSrvA without interruption. What should you do?

A. Copy the previous version of TroytecDocs to a separate location.

B. Restore the previous version of TroytecDocs to the default location.

C. Save Financials.xls in a separate location by using Microsoft Excel.

D. In the security properties of Financials.xls, assign the Allow - Modify permissions to the Everyone group.

Q17. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network includes a file server named Troytecl, which runs Windows Server 2003.

You create an Automated System Recovery (ASR) disk for Troytecl. You back up the System State data on a backup server.

Three weeks later, the data on the system drive for Troytecl becomes corrupted by a virus. When you restart Troytecl, you cannot access the Boot menu.

You need to begin the recovery process for Troytecl.

Which three actions should you perform?

To answer, drag the appropriate action that you should perform first to the First Action box. Continue dragging actions to the appropriate numbered boxes until you list all three required actions in the correct order.

Answer: C

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Insert the ASR disk into Troytecl.

Press the DELETE key when you are prompted.

Press the F2 key when you are prompted.

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Q18. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named troytec.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. The domain contains five domain controllers and five member servers.

A member server named TroytecA has a locally attached tape device. You have a total of seven backup tapes to use for TroytecA.

You need to back up all data on TroytecA every week. You do not need to back up all data every day. You must have the ability to completely restore TroytecA to its state on the previous day by using a maximum of two tapes.

Which backup types should you use?

To answer, drag the appropriate backup type to the corresponding backup schedule.

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Q19. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named troytec.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003, and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.

You use the Backup utility to schedule a full backup of TROYTECDC1 every night. You ensure that the Active Directory configuration is also backed up.

One week later, TROYTECDC1 stops accepting logon requests. On investigation, you discover that the Active Directory configuration is corrupt.

You need to restore TROYTECDC1 as a functioning domain controller. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. Restart TROYTECDC1 in Directory Services Restore Mode.

B. Demote TROYTECDC1 to a member server.

C. Run the ntbackup systemstate command on TROYTECDC1.

D. Run the Backup utility and select the option to restore the System State data.

E. Run the ntdsutil command on TROYTECDC1.

Q20. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named troytec.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003, and all client computers run Windows 2000 Professional.

Your company is organized in three departments. Each department corresponds to a separate organizational unit (OU). Computer accounts for each department reside in the corresponding OU.

Domain users report that their accounts are locked out after three unsuccessful attempts to log on.

You need to increase your account lockout setting to five unsuccessful attempts to log on. You also need to ensure that you can review all unsuccessful attempts to log on to the domain or to log on locally to client computers. The new settings must be applied to a limited number of objects. What should you do?

To answer, drag the appropriate security policy settings to the correct locations in the work area.

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Q21. You are the network administrator for Troy Technologies. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named troytec.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003, and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.

A file server named TroytecFileSrv is configured as a stand-alone Distributed File System (DFS) root. The disk configuration of TroytecFileSrv is shown in the following table.

Disk

Volume

Contents

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