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What are the required components of Windows Server 2003 for installing Exchange 2003? - ASP.NET, SMTP, NNTP, W3SVC
1. What must be done to an AD forest before Exchange can be deployed? - Setup
2. What Exchange process is responsible for communication with AD? - DSACCESS 3. What 3 types of domain controller does Exchange access? - Normal Domain
Controller, Global Catalog, Configuration Domain Controller
4. What connector type would you use to connect to the Internet, and what are the two
methods of sending mail over that connector? - SMTP Connector: Forward to smart host or use DNS to route to each address 5. How would you optimise Exchange 2003 memory usage on a Windows Server 2003 server with more than 1Gb of memory? - Add /3Gb switch to boot.ini 6. What would a rise in remote queue length generally indicate? - This means mail is not being sent to other servers. This can be explained by outages or performance issues with the network or remote servers. 7. What would a rise in the Local Delivery queue generally mean? - This indicates a performance issue or outage on the local server. Reasons could be slowness in consulting AD, slowness in handing messages off to local delivery or SMTP delivery. It could also be databases being dismounted or a lack of disk space. 8. What are the standard port numbers for SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, RPC, LDAP and Global Catalog? - SMTP – 25, POP3 – 110, IMAP4 – 143, RPC – 135, LDAP – 389, Global Catalog - 3268 9. Name the process names for the following: System Attendant? – MAD.EXE, Information Store – STORE.EXE, SMTP/POP/IMAP/OWA – INETINFO.EXE 10. What is the maximum amount of databases that can be hosted on Exchange 2003 Enterprise? - 20 databases. 4 SGs x 5 DBs. 11. What are the disadvantages of circular logging? - In the event of a corrupt database, data can only be restored to the last backup.
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What is Active Directory schema? What are the domain functional level in Windows Server 2003? What are the forest functional level in Windows Server 2003? What is global catalog server? How we can raise domain functional & forest functional level in Windows Server 2003? Which is the deafult protocol used in directory services? What is IPv6? What is the default domain functional level in Windows Server 2003? What are the physical & logical components of ADS
0. 1.ip route 0. OptiView Series II (by Fluke Networks). Global groups contain grant permissions tree or forest wide for any objects within the Active Directory. What is DHCP? How we configure DHCP? 25. 24.Network Monitor in Win2K / Win2K3.x [where x. List the services of Exchange Server 2000? 40. Distribution List? 37.10. 5? Which one is better & why? 28. What are FMSO Roles? List them.0 0.0. 18.0. NNTP. 20. What is Kerberos? Which version is currently used by Windows? How does Kerberos work? 36.The exit-point from one network and entry-way into another network. 22. How would you recover Exchange server when the log file is corrupted? 41. 21. What is multimaster replication? 12. 29. Describe the lease process of the DHCP server. Ethereal in Linux. In which domain functional level. What is Active Directory schema? 42. What tool have you used to create and analyze packet captures? . POP3 port numbers? 35. often the router of the network.0 x. Eseutil & ininteg .x represents the destination address] 19. Stm files.x.0. What are Levels of RAID 0. GAL. Disaster Recovery Plan? 31. DNS. What are the types of backup? Explain each? 27. Differences between Win 2000 Server & Advanced Server? 33. 30. How do you set a default route on an IOS Cisco router? . What is the file that’s responsible for keep all Active Directory database? 17.LDAP is a set of protocol used for providing access to information directories. What is a site? 13. What are the domain functional level in Windows Server 2003? 43. we can rename domain name? 11.what are they used for? 38. KERBEROS. What are the forest functional level in Windows Server 2003? .The limited broadcast address is utilized when an IP node must perform a one-to-everyone delivery on the local network but the network ID is unknown. SMTP.255.255. How does HSRP work? 23.255? .x. What is trust? 16. What is LDAP used for? . What is a default gateway? . What are the ways to configure DNS & Zones? 26. What is MIME & MAPI? 39. Logical Diagram of Active Directory? What is the difference between child domain & additional domain server? 34. What is the difference between a domain local group and a global group? Domain local groups grant permissions to objects within the domain in which the reside.x.x. Routing Group. Which is the command used to remove active directory from a domain controler? 14. DHCP. How we can create console. What is the significance of the IP address 255. which contain schema? 15. What is scope & super scope? 32. FTP.
What is trust? 56. What is a site? 53. What is concatenation? 72. Distribution List? 58. What happened? The 169. The server must be authorized first with the Active Directory. What is RAID-5? 70. What is multimaster replication? 52.254. How we can create console. What is RAID 0+1? Why is it better than 0? 69. Name key files or directories on a UNIX system that should always be backed up. 4. Name key files or directories on a Windows system that should always be backed up. 66. What is MIME & MAPI? 60. Why would you NOT want to encapsulate a root directory with Veritas? 71. 2. What is a spindle? 1. It’s a four-step process consisting of (a) IP request. What are the physical & logical components of ADS 50. What is RAID 0? 68. Eseutil & ininteg . What is a level 0 backup? 63. Which is the deafult protocol used in directory services? 47. List the services of Exchange Server 2000? 61. We’ve installed a new Windows-based DHCP server.*. I can’t seem to access the Internet.what are they used for? 59. How can you force the client to give up the dhcp lease if you have access to the client PC? ipconfig /release . What is striping? 73. How would you recover Exchange server when the log file is corrupted? 62. Which is the command used to remove active directory from a domain controler? 54. What is IPv6? 48. The name for the technology is APIPA (Automatic Private Internet Protocol Addressing). (b) IP offer. don’t have any access to the corporate network and on ipconfig my address is 169. © IP selection and (d) acknowledgement. Stm files. 3. Routing Group. 67. What is an incremental backup? 64.254.*. In which domain functional level. however. GAL.*. What is the file that’s responsible for keep all Active Directory database? 57.44. which contain schema? 55. What is the default domain functional level in Windows Server 2003? 49. What is global catalog server? 45. the users do not seem to be getting DHCP leases off of it.* netmask is assigned to Windows machines running 98/2000/XP if the DHCP server is not available. How we can raise domain functional & forest functional level in Windows Server 2003? 46. we can rename domain name? 51. What steps are required to perform a bare-metal recovery? 65. Describe how the DHCP lease is obtained.
User can access these kernel objects structures? . and an open mode. file objects. 13. How can you recover a file encrypted using EFS? Use the domain recovery agent. IPSec secures the TCP/IP communication and protects the integrity of the packets. Should we deploy IPSEC-based security or certificate-based security? They are really two different technologies. 10. What’s the difference between forward lookup and reverse lookup in DNS? Forward lookup is name-to-address. What are the networking protocol options for the Windows clients if for some reason you do not want to use TCP/IP? NWLink (Novell). For example. while the physical layer is reponsible for retrieving and sending raw data bits. What are types of kernel objects? Several types of kernel objects. 3. What is LMHOSTS file? It’s a file stored on a host machine that is used to resolve NetBIOS to specific IP addresses. mutex objects. 11. What is binding order? The order by which the network protocols are used for client-server communications. event objects. What authentication options do Windows 2000 Servers have for remote clients? PAP. What is data link layer in the OSI reference model responsible for? Data link layer is located above the physical layer. 12. the data was modified or corrupted. This memory block is a data structure whose members maintain information about the object. 1. What is a kernel object? Each kernel object is simply a memory block allocated by the kernel and is accessible only by the kernel. 7. NetBEUI. The most frequently used protocols should be at the top. so if the checksums do not match on both receiving and transmitting ends. usage count. whereas a file object has a byte offset. 6. Taking raw data bits and packaging them into frames. MS-CHAP and EAP. Some members (security descriptor. a process object has a process ID. process objects. such as access token objects.5. the reverse lookup is address-to-name. CHAP. but below the network layer. pipe objects. Certificate-based security ensures the validity of authenticated clients and servers. mailslot objects. How do cryptography-based keys ensure the validity of data transferred across the network? Each IP packet is assigned a checksum. file-mapping objects. and so on) are the same across all object types. SPAP. semaphore objects. The network layer will be responsible for addressing the frames. 2. thread objects. 9. 8. I/O completion port objects. a base priority. and waitable timer objects. but most are specific to a particular object type. a sharing mode. job objects. and an exit code. AppleTalk (Apple).
Kernel object data structures are accessible only by the kernel .