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Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining
a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
for an MCSE Certified on Windows 2000
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The company is adding 35 employees who will need access to the intranet application. Testing shows that each server is capable of supporting approximately 50 users without adversely affecting the performance of the application.
You need to provide a solution for supporting the additional 35 employees. The solution must include providing server fault tolerance. You need to minimize the costs and administrative effort required by your solution.
B. Use Cluster Administrator to configure TestKingA, TestKingB, and TestKingC as a three-node server
Use the Majority Node Set option.
Configure the cluster so that all three nodes are active.
C. Use Cluster Administrator to configure TestKingA, TestKingB, and TestKingC as a three-node server
Configure the cluster so that two nodes are active and one node is a hot standby node.
Explanation:We can use Network Load Balancing to balance the load on the three web servers.
Reference: Deploying Network Load Balancing
Overview of the NLB Deployment Process
A Network Load Balancing cluster comprises multiple servers running any version of the Microsoft®
Windows® Server 2003 2003 family, including Windows Server 2003 2003 Standard Edition, Windows Server
2003 2003 Enterprise Edition, Windows Server 2003 2003 Datacenter Edition, and Windows Server 2003 2003
Clustering allows you to combine application servers to provide a level of scaling, availability, or security that
is not possible with an individual server. Network Load Balancing distributes incoming client requests among
the servers in the cluster to more evenly balance the workload of each server and prevent overload on any one
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