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1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Domain rename is not possible in windows 2000 Windows 2k - IIS 5 and windows 2k3 - II6 Windows 2k - IE 5 and Windows 2k3 - IE6 Terminal service are enhanced in win2k3 Windows 2k doesn't have 64 bit version DNS Stub zone has introduced in win2k3. Shadow copying has introduced. Schema version has changed from ver.13 to ver.30
In Win 2000 server we can apply 620 group policies But in 2003 we can apply nearly 720 so Win2003 server is More secure than win 2000 server. In 2000 we have cross domain trust relation ship And 2003 we have Cross forest trust relationship. 2000 Supports 4-node clustering and 2003 supports 8Node clustering. There is only three AD partition, Domain partition, Configuration partition, schema partition. Same partitions are there in 2003, but one additional Partition called Application directory partition is present. The added partition is: 1) Global catalog 2) Application Partition. In 2k you have to create trust between parent & child but in 2k3 the trust between parent & child is automatically
2. WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF DHCP? DHCP is a protocol that assigns unique IP addresses to devices, Then releases and renews these addresses as devices leave and re-join the network. 3. HOW DHCP CONFIGURE?
4. What is the new major feature introduced in Exchange 2003, which was not included in Exchange 2000? 5. How can you recover a deleted mail box? To Delete a Mailbox in Exchange 1. Right-click the user in Active Directory Users and Computers. 2. Click Exchange Tasks. 3. Click Next on the Welcome page of the Exchange Task Wizard.
The mailbox is now flagged for deletion and will be permanently deleted at the end of the mailbox retention period unless you recover it. Wins-1512. In Exchange System Manager. If the mailbox is not already marked as disconnected (the mailbox icon appears with a red X). Click the Mailboxes object under the mailbox store. Time server sync -123. 2. 6. If NNTP service gets stopped. SMTP-25. RPC Endpoint -135. If you have deleted the user. NNTP. imap. Eseutil. What is the use of ESUtil. smtp port. Which protocol is used for Public Folder? 16. click Reconnect. pop3 over ssl. 3. 10. FRS-.exe? eseutil. 8. GC-3268 . How you will give the access of previous mail box? 12. What is the use of NNTP with exchange? 14. what features of exchange will be effected? 15.4.NET.110. What is RPC over Http? RPC over HTTP as a secure way of leveraging the HTTP connectivity built into the Outlook Web Access (OWA) part of Exchange to connect directly to the server using Outlook without using a VPN. 5. Difference between Exchange 2003 and 2007? 9. What are the port Numbers for pop3. Back to the top To Reconnect (or Recover) a Deleted Mailbox 1. Right-click the disconnected mailbox.DNS-53. locate the mailbox store that contains the disconnected mailbox. SMTP. How will you take backup of Active Directory? . W3SVC 13. and then click Cleanup Agent. Https -443. POP3. and then select the appropriate user from the dialog box that appears. Click Delete Mailbox. 5. Click OK.exe is contained in Exchange Server CD pack 7. What is required for using RPC over Https with MS Outlook ? 11. FTP -21. DHCP-67 and 68. imap over ssl ? LDAP-389 IMAP-143. click Next. after you recreated the same user. Click Next.exe to defrag the database. Make sure to have a backup of the priv. and then click Finish. Kerberos -88. 4. What is the perquisite for installation of Exchange Server? ASP. SNMP-161 Telnet 23.edb. smtp over ssl. right-click the Mailboxes object.
. copy of A records for that zone. FSMO Roles? 1. Boot process in windows nt/xp/2000/2003 19. What is active directory compared to SAM? 26.17. What is the content of System State backup? 18.. Disaster recovery plan? 22. (b) IP offer. Domain Naming Master — Forest Wide Roles 2. PDC Emulator — Domain Wide Roles 5.d:. Schema Master — Forest Wide Roles 3. copy of NS records. Infrastructure Master — Domain Wide Roles . DHCP relay agent where to place it? DHCP Relay agent u need to place in Software Router 25. What is forest? Is a collection of trees. RID Master — Domain Wide Roles 4. forest — Tree — Domain – 28. Backups? Which is better. DHCP lease process (a) IP request. Group policies? 29. How do you configure memory dump if c:. SRV records etc.e: & paging file is configured so and so way? 20. With this Stub zone DNS traffic will be low 24. DNS zones. It is a forest wide role. What is GC? How many required for A Tree? Global Catalog Server maintains full information about its own domain and partial information about other domains. No copy of MX. Tree is nothing but collection domains which is having same name space. 27. domain contains domain controllers. © IP selection and (d) acknowledgement 23. why and which to use when? 21. chronicle records what are they? In Windows 2000 there are mainly 3 zones Standard Primary — zone information writes in Txt file Standard Secondary — copy of Primary Active Directory Integrated– Information stores in Active Directory in win2k3 one more zone is added that is Stub zone –Stub is like secondary but it contains only copy of SOA records.
What is the size of log file which created before updating into ntds. How data will travel between sites in ADS replication? . 30.. It have two important functions: i)Provides group membership information during logon and authentication ii)Helps users locate resources in Active Directory We can have each domain controller in domain or only first domain controller in a domain. Do you require WINS in Windows 2000? Explain how? 33. What is Active Directory? 34 You have parent domain xyzhq. Infrastructure Master: This works when we are renaming any group member ship object this role takes care. Friday as Differential Backup. What does SYSVOL contains? 40.com and the child domains INxyz and UKxyz. You take a backup on Monday as FULL and Tuesday.RID Master — It assigns RID and SID to the newly created object like Users and computers. Wednesday. Thursday. If your Server Crashes on Friday. 41. lockout etc. The global catalog contains a complete replica of all objects in Active Directory for its host domain.dit and the total number of files? 39. What is Global Catalog Server? A global catalog server is a domain controller it is a master searchable database that contains information about every object in every domain in a forest. Then what are the media tapes required to restore the date? Explain how? 36. If RID master is down (u can create security objects upto RID pools are avialable in DCs) else u can’t create any object one its down PDC emulator : It works as a PDC to any NT Bdcs in your environment It works as Time Server (to maintain same time in your network)It works to change the passwords.. Can GC Server and Infrastructure place in single server? If not explain why? 38. Which is service in your windows is responsible for replication of Domain controller to another domain controller. Domain Naming Master : Adding / Changing / Deleting any Domain in a forest it takes care Schema Master : It maintains structure of the Active Directory in a forest. how do you recognise DNS/WINS is working? 31. 37. does it applies to its child domain INxyz and UKxyz? 35. When you apply a group policy in parent domain zHQ as a domain level. When you use ping command. What is the difference between DNS/WINS? 32. and contains a partial replica of all objects in Active Directory for every other domain in the forest.
What are the new features in Windows 2003 related to ADS. What is WINS hybrid & mixed mode? 67. What Intrasite and Intersite Replication? 44. What are SOA records? 59. What is Disk Quota? 68 . Global Group.42. What is Garbage collection? 46. or Windows NT 4. Where is the AD database held? What other folders are related to AD? 72. What is default lease period for DHCP Server? 62. What is RsOP ? 61. How do you create a new application partition 76. Replication. Diff between Global & Universal group? 55. User logon scripts for Windows 2000 Professional based clients and clients that are running Windows 95. What is lost & found folder in ADS? 45.0. Trust? 52. 71. How do you restore a particular OU which deleted by accidentally? 48. How to edit the Schema in ADS? 53. What are different types of Group Policy? 50. and GC Server? ? 43. These usually host user logon scripts and Group Policy objects (GPOs) for non-Windows 2000based network clients. What is the SYSVOL folder? The system volume provides a default Active Directory location for files that must be shared for common access throughout a domain. File Replication service (FRS) staging directories and files that are required to be available and synchronized between domain controllers. What is IPSec Policy? 49. What is the order of applying Group Policy? 51. What are the different records in DNS? 58. What is multicast? 64. Windows 98. What is super scope? 65. The SYSVOL folder on a domain controller contains: NETLOGON shared folders. What System State data contains? 47. What is the process of DHCP clients for getting the ip address? 63. Universal group? 54. What does mean by root DNS servers? 57. What is the port number for SMTP.What is Active Directory? 69. What are application partitions? When do I use them? 75. Kerberos. What is LDAP? 70. 73. Can you connect Active Directory to other 3rd-party Directory Services? Name a few options. What is Domain Local. How do you view replication properties for AD partitions and DCs? . How does the down-level clients register it names with DNS server? 60. File system junctions. LDAP. Name the AD NCs and replication issues for each NC 74. What are the different types of Terminal Services? 56. What is the System Startup process? 66. Windows 2000 GPOs.
What is the KCC? 85. 112. How would you find all users that have not logged on since last month? What are the DS* commands? 93. What are administrative templates? 113. What are the requirements for installing AD on a new server? 87. What do I do? 97.77. What's the difference between transferring a FSMO role and seizing one? Which one should you NOT seize? Why? 98. How do you configure a "stand-by operation master" for any of the roles? 99. and what do you do later? • Can I get user passwords from the AD database? 88. Why not make all DCs in a large forest as GCs? 80. How do you change the DS Restore admin password? 102. What will you look for? 111. What do you do to install a new Windows 2003 DC in a Windows 2000 AD? 91. Why can't you restore a DC that was backed up 4 months ago? 103. How do you backup AD? 100. 106. What do you do to install a new Windows 2003 R2 DC in a Windows 2003 AD? 92. What is LDP? What is REPLMON? What is ADSIEDIT? What is NETDOM? What is REPADMIN? What are sites? What are they used for? 83. What is the ISTG? Who has that role by default? 86. What are the GPC and the GPT? Where can I find them? 107. How can you determine what GPO was and was not applied for a user? Name a few ways to do that. How do you restore AD? 101. 110. Trying to look at the Schema. What is the Global Catalog? 78. yet his user and computer accounts are in the right OU. What FSMO placement considerations do you know of? 96. What is the order in which GPOs are applied? 105 Name a few benefits of using GPMC. What are the Support Tools? Why do I need them? 82. What are GPOs? 104. and everyone else there gets the GPO. What are the FSMO roles? Who has them by default? What happens when each one fails? 95. What can I do to prevent inheritance from above? 109. What tool would I use to try to grab security related packets from the wire? Name some OU design considerations. A user claims he did not receive a GPO. I want to look at the RID allocation table for a DC. how can I do that? 81. How do you view all the GCs in the forest? 79. 89. What's the difference between a site link's schedule and interval? 84. What can you do to promote a server to DC if you're in a remote location with slow WAN link? How can you forcibly remove AD from a server. What's the difference between software publishing and assigning? . What are GPO links? What special things can I do to them? 108. Name some GPO settings in the computer and user parts. What's the difference between LDIFDE and CSVDE? Usage considerations? 94. What is tombstone lifetime attribute? 90.
serv3. How do you redirect the logon traffic to SERVER1? 133. What are the domain functional levels in 2k3? 151. What are the protocol supports for Replication ? 137. What is the expansion of . What is Active Directory? 153. How to enable telnet in Windows? 117. What is the hierarchy of applying Gpo in 2k3? 152. 122. You want to standardize the desktop environments (wallpaper. Server Options? 127. What are new ADS features in 2003? 132.114. What are the tools available for Patch Deployments? 125. When the 1000 users login into their computer. How would you do that? 116. What is LDAP? 154. Difference between Differential and Incremental Backup? 126. What are the protocols used on replication? 144. My Documents. What is the default time delay on replication? 145.) on the computers in one department. Can I deploy non-MSI software with GPO? 115. How to take the backup DHCP data while DHCP SERVER is running? 130. What are the two types of replications? 140. and want to make the same server as a Infrasture Master. What is Global catalog and GC server? 150. Start menu. What are the partitions available in AD? 139. What is DHCP Option. What is the use of ntdsutil command? 135. What is the two trust protocols 2k3 using? 142. Where is the FRS logs stored in and what is the database engine name? 147. printers etc. You are having high configuration server SERVER1 and additional domain controller with less configuration serv2. Which command helps to find the server for FSMO roles ? 136. What is the diff between Application mode and Administration mode? 119 What is licensing in Terminal Services? 120. What is new features in Windows 2003 DNS? 131. Can you connect Active Directory to other 3rd-party Directory Services? Name a few options. How to deploy patches to the systems? 124. What is the procedure to restore the data in ADS? 134. Can i go ahead with that? Explain. How to publish a web site in IIS? 123. all login traffic goes to serv2 and serv3. What Different tables available in NTDS database? 146. I have a Global Catalog server in Server1. so the server serv2 and serv3 get hung. . What are the different types of Terminal Services? 118. How to take backup in Group Policy? 128. Which component is used for replication between the sites? 129. What is KCC? What is the function of the KCC? 141. What are the functions of GC? 149. What are the trust relations available in 2k3? 143.Do it ? Scalable size of NTDS in 2k3 ? 138. What is tombstone object in AD? What is it’s life time? 148. What is FSMO roles and explain? 121.
What's the difference between LDIFDE and CSVDE? Usage considerations? 179. Trying to look at the Schema. Why not make all DCs in a large forest as GCs? 164. How can you forcibly remove AD from a server. What can I do to prevent inheritance from above? 194. and what do you do later? • Can I get user passwords from the AD database? 172. What is LDP? What is REPLMON? What is ADSIEDIT? What is NETDOM? What is REPADMIN? What are sites? What are they used for? 167. How do you view replication properties for AD partitions and DCs? 161. how can I do that? 165. What do you do to install a new Windows 2003 DC in a Windows 2000 AD? 175. What's the difference between a site link's schedule and interval? 168. What are the requirements for installing AD on a new server? 171. What is the order in which GPOs are applied? 190. I want to look at the RID allocation table for a DC. What is the ISTG? Who has that role by default? 170. How would you find all users that have not logged on since last month? 177. How can you determine what GPO was and was not applied for a user? . What are application partitions? When do I use them 159. What are the GPC and the GPT? Where can I find them? 192.155. What is the Global Catalog? 162. What are the DS* commands? 178. Why can't you restore a DC that was backed up 4 months ago? 188. How do you change the DS Restore admin password? 187. What is tombstone lifetime attribute? 174. Name a few benefits of using GPMC. What are the Support Tools? Why do I need them? 166. Name the AD NCs and replication issues for each NC 158. 191. How can I override blocking of inheritance? 195. What's the difference between transferring a FSMO role and seizing one? Which one should you NOT seize? Why? 183. What are the FSMO roles? Who has them by default? What happens when each one fails? 180. What is the KCC? 169. What can you do to promote a server to DC if you're in a remote location with slow WAN link? 171. What tool would I use to try to grab security related packets from the wire? Name some OU design considerations. Where is the AD database held? What other folders are related to AD? 156. What do you do to install a new Windows 2003 R2 DC in a Windows 2003 AD? 176. How do you configure a "stand-by operation master" for any of the roles? 184. What is the SYSVOL folder? 157. 173. How do you restore AD? 186. How do you create a new application partition 160. How do you view all the GCs in the forest? 163. How do you backup AD? 185. What do I do? 182. What are GPO links? What special things can I do to them? 193. What FSMO placement considerations do you know of? 181. What are GPOs? 189.
Name a few differences in Vista GPOs 198. Name some GPO settings in the computer and user parts. 199. A user claims he did not receive a GPO. yet his user and computer accounts are in the right OU. and everyone else there gets the GPO. What's the difference between software publishing and assigning? . What will you look for? 197. 196.Name a few ways to do that. What are administrative templates? 200.
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