MCSE Sample Questions : Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
1. You are the desktop support specialist for your company. Your company has 20 users and four computers. The network is shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below). On Monday, the operating system on a computer named COMP2 was upgraded from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000 Professional. On Tuesday morning, a user on COMP2 complains that while he is able to log on to the domain, he is not able to access files on a server named SERV2 or connect to the Internet. You find that the user on COMP1 is able to connect to SERV2 and the Internet. What would be the most likely cause of the problem?

A. B. C. D.

Incorrect IP address on COMP2. Incorrect default gateway on COMP2. COMP2 does not have a domain computer account. The network does not have a WINS server.

Answer: B 2. You are the workgroup administrator for a small office. The office contains 12 Windows 2000 professional computers. Each computer is assigned a private IP address in the 172.10.X.X range. One computer has a dial-up connection to the Internet. To enable all users to access the Internet, you

Answer: A 4. Configure the other computers to receive their IP address automatically. What should you instruct her to do? A. Configure the dial-up connection to disable shared access. (See the exhibit below). You notice that none of the other users can connect to the ICS computer. What could be the problem? A. Once ICS had been enabled. The manager's computer has a 56K dial up connection to the Internet. B. All computers are connected in a workgroup. The manager calls and explains that she had enabled ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on her computer. In a remote sales office. Configure the dial-up connection to disable on-demand dialing.enable ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on the computer with the dial up connection. there are 5 Windows 2000 Professional computers. Use the ipconfig command to release and renew your network TCP/IP address. Answer: B 3. Configure the other computers to use the ICS computer as their default gateway. Configure the other computers to use the ICS computer as a proxy. You provide technical support for a company with several locations. C. D. and the ICS computer cannot see the other computers in the network. You configure ICS and reboot the computer. B. D. Your network uses TCP/IP as . as shown in the exhibit. Disable data encryption in the new dial-up connection. Enable Internet Connection Sharing on all of the computers. none of the other users were able to access a shared folder on the manager's computer. C. You are installing a computer named COMP2 on a Windows 2000 network as shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).

What address should you use as the default gateway for the portable computer's dial-up connection? . B.168.168. you are not able to connect to any resources on SERV2.255.168. D. Configure Client2 to use a Default Gateway of 192.16 Configure Client2 to use a TCP/IP address of 192.5.0.168.16. Users need to be able to access this server to access documents and shared printers.2. What should you do to ensure that USER2 can connect to network resources? A.10.2.the only network protocol.1 Configure Client2 to use a TCP/IP address of 192. and a default gateway of 192.1 Though you are able to log onto the domain.10.16 Create a computer account on the domain for USER2 Answer: A 5. You configure COMP2 with an IP address of 192. C. You are configuring the dial-up connection for the portable computer shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below).255. a subnet mask of 255.168.

B. Create a single NTFS volume. Your computer has two hard disks. Users are complaining that they are not able to submit print jobs to the shared printer. Configure a dynamic volume. What should you do? A. You suspect that the lack of free space on drive C is preventing users .111. and one extended FAT32 partition. while drive D has ample free space.9. Your Windows 2000 professional computer has a shared laser printer that is used by several other users in the office.21 192.168.168.100. You want to configure the computer so that users can boot into both Windows 98 and Windows 2000 Professional. B. Create a single FAT32 partition. Drive C is almost out of free space.20 Answer: C 6. C.29.A.42 192.168. D. You want to ensure that students can access all drive resources from either operating system. C. You are setting up a computer for students to use to practice exercises for their certification exams. Configure one NTFS volume. D. 192.100. Answer: A 7.1 209.

0 Workstation computer with an NTFS file system that you use for software development. B. From the Print Server Properties dialog box. Make drive D a dynamic volume and extend drive C onto drive D. What can you do to allow print jobs to spool on Drive D? A.from submitting print jobs. You are the network administrator for a small company.0. C. The office manager. Install Service Pack 4 or later for Windows NT Workstation 4. B. DNS server and serves file and print functions. Grant Sandra Full Control permission to her home folder. she receives the error: 'Insufficient disk space'. Edit the BOOT. You decide that the easiest course of action would be to install Windows 2000 Professional in a dual boot environment with Windows NT 4. Increase the Server's disk quota entry. Answer: D 9. C. D. Have Sandra save the files to her local hard disk. Answer: C 10. change the spool folder to a folder on drive D. What should you do before installing Windows 2000 Professional? A. She informs you that she must be able to save her important files into this folder as soon as possible.INI file to reflect the new installation of Windows 2000 Professional. Answer: A 8. Convert the NTFS file system to FAT. C. you will need to be able to test applications in both the Windows NT Workstation environment and the Windows 2000 environment. informs you that when she tries to save documents to her home folder. Because of drive space limitations. You have a Windows NT 4. D. What should you do? A.0 Workstation on your computer.0. Other users are not encountering this problem. Two computers named PUB1 and PUB2 have identical laser printers shared as LASER1 and . As your company upgrades their systems to Windows 2000. you have defined disk quotas for the user's home folders. A Windows 2000 server serves as a domain controller. Use the Microsoft Redirector to send the print jobs to Drive D. Sandra. change the spool folder to a folder on drive D. D. B. From the Printer Properties dialog box. Install Service Pack 3 or later for Windows NT Workstation 4. Your office is part of a larger Windows 2000 network. Set the compression attribute for Sandra's folder. Users home folders are located on this computer so that all user files will be backed up every night with the server backup.

Use Windows Explorer to disable Caching for the reports on the network share. Change the share name of LASER1 to LASER2. D. You also want any print jobs that may be sent to PUB1 later in the day to be sent to the printer on PUB2. she asks you to prevent users from enabling offline access for the network share that contains the financial report. D. How can you fix the problem? A. Set the Manager's access level to read-only. You do not have another toner cartridge to service it. After installation you are prompted to restart your computer. Select Recovery Console from the Repair menu. B. Answer: B 12. C. your computer appears to lock up. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM. Several users have print jobs waiting to print on PUB1. your computer appears to lock up. Use the remove command to remove the device driver. The president of your company collects manager's weekly reports in a shared folder on her Windows 2000 Professional computer called reports. During startup. What is the best course of action? A. B. Select Recovery Console from the Repair menu. B. Use the disable command to disable the device driver. LASER1 has run out of toner. C. You need to send all print jobs waiting on PUB1 to the printer on PUB2. Implement a domain policy to block the synchronization of offline files. D. Press F8 during startup to access the Windows 2000 boot menu Select debug mode from the boot menu Use the remove command to remove the device driver. You install an updated device driver for a SCSI adapter on your Windows 2000 Professional computer. Change the spool settings for PUB1 to point to the spooler directory on PUB2. Select Recovery Console from the Repair menu.LASER2 During a particularly busy day. Use Windows Explorer to disable Offline Files. but again. You try to boot in safe mode. Insert the Emergency Repair Disk. Because the reports contain sensitive information. C. What should you do? A. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM. . Use the disable command to disable the device driver. Answer: C Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment 11. Configure LASER2 to add an input path and set the path to \\PUB1\LASER1. Configure LASER1 to add a port and set the port to \\PUB2\LASER2.

Select Recovery Console from the Repair menu. For the remaining 8 computers. the installation fails. Client computers on your network receive their TCP/IP configuration from a DHCP server. C. You have purchased 25 new computers with PXE compliant network cards. and assign it to the domain. After installation you are prompted to restart your computer. B. You have reached the maximum number of clients for a Windows 2000 network. Press F8 during startup to access the Windows 2000 boot menu Select debug mode from the boot menu Use the remove command to remove the device driver. you check the status of the installation and find that the service pack has only been installed on the computers in some departments in the domain. For the first 17 computers. you decide to use a Windows Installer package to install the service pack on all 130 computers. Your network has 130 Windows 2000 client computers. Use the remove command to remove the device driver. You need to apply the latest service pack to all 130 computers. There are not enough licenses configured in RIS for the new computers. Answer: B 14. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM.Answer: B 13. Insert the Emergency Repair Disk. your computer appears to lock up. You try to boot in safe mode. Select Recovery Console from the Repair menu. Use the disable command to disable the device driver. You install an updated device driver for a SCSI adapter on your Windows 2000 Professional computer. You have not created enough computer accounts for the new computers. Select Recovery Console from the Repair menu. How can you fix the problem? A. The next day. You are the desktop administrator for your company. You create an installer package. B. What is the likely cause of the problem? A. You decide to use RIS to deploy a Windows 2000 image to the 25 new computers. Start the computer by using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM. the installation works fine. C. Use the disable command to disable the device driver. but again. Answer: A 15. D. your computer appears to lock up. Your DHCP server does not have enough available IP addresses for the new computers. During startup. To save time. You are the desktop Administrator for a Windows 2000 network. but not others. D. What can you do to ensure that the service pack is applied to all computers in the domain? .

but find that you are not able to boot the computer into Windows 2000 or Windows NT. D. You are upgrading several computers in your office from Windows NT 4. Log into each of the client computers using an administrative account to install the service pack. D. Boot with the floppy disk and run setup again from the CD ROM. Use these disks to restart the installation on the failed computer. D. Install Setup Manager on each Windows NT 4. how can you use an unattended installation? A. C. create a set of Windows 2000 installation disks. Create a Windows NT Boot disk. Copy the real-mode CD-ROM drivers to this disk.OLD directory to WINNT. Rename Unattend.A. Ensure that all users in the domain have permission to access the share and folder that contains the service pack installation files. Copy this file to the C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\INSTALL directory. B. Specify each computer in the domain by name. What can you do to recover the installation? A. Boot the computer from a Windows NT boot disk. and find that the computer does not support booting from the CD ROM. You attempt to boot from the CD ROM.0 to Windows 2000.0 Workstation computers. Use setup manager to specify the names of the 45 computers that will be upgraded. Answer: C 17. Since you will be installing Windows 2000 from a CD ROM. Start the installation from within Setup Manager by specifying the unattended text file to use. Ensure that all client computers have the latest version of the Windows Installer. C. . C.sif.0 Workstation to Windows 2000 Professional. Select 'Rollback to previous version of Windows' from the recovery options menu. Press F8 while booting the computer. Answer: D 16. B.sif. B. Rename Unattend.txt to Winnt. On another computer.txt to Winnt. You replace the CD ROM. Rename the $WINNT. Keep this file on a floppy disk in the drive during installation. Delete the WINNT directory. You have 45 computers in your network that you must upgrade from Windows NT 4. While running Windows 2000 setup on one computer. and are forced to terminate setup. You want to use Setup Manager to create an unattended installation file to reduce the need for user interaction during the upgrade process. you encounter a read error with the CD-ROM. Create a Windows Installer assignment file.

Check the 'Force hardware redetection' checkbox when you run sysprep. Include the -pnp perameter when you run sysprep. shortcuts and start menu that you have configured. Copy the Administrator profile to the Default User profile. C. B. Log into the computer as Default User.inf.0 Workstation or Windows 9x to Windows 2000. You decide that you want to use Sysprep and a third party disk imaging software to simplify installations. and placed the image on the RIS server. You want to ensure that Windows 2000 detects the new variety of hardware without generating errors. You want to ensure that the users will receive the desktop settings. shortcuts and start menu settings. Sysprep will always use the active profile as the default. Answer: B 19. D. You decide to use Sysprep and a third party disk imaging software to simplify installations. Run Sysprep. What should you do? A. Specify the administrator profile in the [profiles] section of the sysprep. You are planning to deploy Windows 2000 Professional on 25 identical new computers in your company. What should you do? A. These computers need to be upgraded from Windows NT 4. C.Answer: C 18. B. Include the -redetect perameter when you run sysprep. Answer: D 20. Your network has 25 computers that have been purchased over the course of time. Set up the desktop settings. You decide to use Remote Installation Service (RIS) to deploy Windows 2000 on the new computers. You then log in using the local administrator account and install the applications that the users will use and configure the initial desktop settings. D. what must you do to ensure that the new computers can receive a RIS image? . The network is configured as shown in the Exhibit (See the exhibit below). These computers come from a variety of vendors and feature a variety of hardware. Assuming that you have already created a RIS image. You install Windows 2000 on one computer. Grant permissions to the Everyone group to use the profile. You are the desktop administrator for your company's network. You have just received 25 new PXE compliant computers that need to be installed on the network. Remove all devices in Device Manager before running Sysprep.

Tom may have a policy restriction which does not allow him to access the FinanceFiles folder. C. B. C. You add Tom's user account to the finance group. he is denied access. D.A. You must add Tom's account directly to the FinanceFiles folder. Tom may still be a member of a group that has been explicitly denied access the FinanceFiles folder. Your Windows 2000 Professional computer has several shared folders. When Tom tries to access the FinanceFiles folder. You are conducting a security audit and wish to view the permissions on each of the shared folders. Add a WINS to the network. User Windows Explorer to search for shared folders. Create computer accounts in the domain for the new computers. Use System information in Computer Management to view shared folders. B. C. Answer: C 22. D. What should you do? A. How can you quickly view all shared folders on your computer? on of ShareA. Use disk management to view the shared folders on each drive. Answer: B Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment 21. Tom's account must be given permissions on the share as well. B. . Create a set of RIS boot disks. which has Full Control access to the FinanceFiles folder. What could be the cause of the problem? A. Add a DHCP to the network. You are the desktop administrator for the finance department. A user named Tom transfers from the sales department to the finance department.

Use Shared Folders in Computer Management to view shared folders. A manager in your office received a new Windows 2000 Professional laptop computer. Do nothing. When the scheduled task runs. You use a Windows 2000 Professional computer to run a third party application to log network activity in your office. On the server. When the manager logs off. Give the task scheduler service full control permission for the directory. During the logoff process. You enable offline files. Configure the Task Scheduler service to start automatically. Enable file and print sharing. C. You have been asked to configure offline files for the manager to work on documents at home. You schedule a task to run a clean-up program to purge old log files from the log file folder. the files will synchronize. Configure the folder on the network share for offline access in Windows Explorer. You are setting up a Windows 2000 professional laptop computer to use offline files. It runs correctly. When the manager logs off. Configure the scheduled task to run under your account. These log files are kept in a folder that has limited access. To test the application. What should you do? A. Establish an offline files link to the folder in Computer Management. Windows 2000 Professional does not tell you when Synchronization happens. and have the manager log off of the network. D. B. and run the application. C. B.D. you do not see the option to make the folder available offline. You have the manager log back on to the network. C. When you attempt to configure the shortcut to be available. What can you do to ensure that the application will work as a scheduled task? A. Manually synchronize all offline files. Answer: A 25. the expected synchronization of offline files does not occur. What can you do to correct the problem? A. B. the files will synchronize. you log into the computer. You set up a shortcut to a folder that is shared on a Windows 2000 Server computer. it terminates without deleting any files. make all files available offline. Configure the Task Scheduler service account to use a local Administrator account. Connect to the network before trying to make the shortcut available offline. Answer: D 23. Answer: C 24. . D.

Grant the guest accounts 'execute' permissions to the script. D. You want to ensure that the current registry objects are included in the backup. Answer: B 26. Warn C. .. and select 'Make Available Offline' in the local folder properties. D. Answer: B 27. You create a script to delete these accounts periodically from the computer. These accounts have limited access to the network. These drivers were not approved for use with Windows 2000.D. Copy the folder from the network share. Many users log in to this computer each day. B. You have a Windows 2000 Professional computer that runs several monitoring applications that occasionally make changes to registry entries. C. Configure Windows Backup to backup open files. C.. Log on as administrator and schedule the task to run as guest1. guest3. What should you do? A. guest2. You use Windows Backup to make a nightly backup of the computer. Block D. Answer: A 28. and are named guest1. You occasionally set up special accounts for visiting vendors to log into the computer. You want to ensure that the script will run regardless of which account is currently logged on to the computer. Give the guest accounts local administrative rights. Schedule the task to run under an Administrative account. B. Select 'Registry Files' under 'Additional Files to back up' in Windows Backup. One computer in the office is used to download images from digital cameras and from the Internet. You are the desktop support specialist for a magazine publishing company. Which settings should you enable in the Deliver Signing Options dialog box?(Choose all that apply) A. A user complains that this computer has stopped responding. Ignore B. You find that someone has installed drivers for a digital camera. Configure Windows Backup to back up the entire hard drive. Apply setting as system default. etc. What should you do? A. You want to ensure that only drivers that are approved for use with Windows 2000 are used on this computer. You want to use Windows scheduler to run this script on a regular basis. You have a Windows 2000 Professional computer that is used by several users. Configure Windows Backup to back up the System State data.

You install the device driver for the printer. Disable the printer device driver using the disable command. Remove the printer from the printers applet in control panel. The president of your company collects manager's weekly reports in a shared folder on her Windows 2000 Professional computer called reports.Answer: C. Answer: A 32. the computer displays a fatal error. What should you advise her to do? A. What should you do next? A. You are asked to establish a dial-up connection on a Windows 2000 Professional computer in the Accounts Payable department to connect a custom application to the vendor's network. she asks you to prevent users from enabling offline access for the network share that contains the financial report. You restart the computer. During the install process. Use Windows Explorer to disable Caching for the reports on the network share. She has used Windows 2000 encryption to ensure the security of the files on her local computer. You connect a USB printer to your Windows 2000 Professional computer. What should you do? A. B. The manager of the finance department has two spreadsheets that contain sensitive information. She would like to make a backup of the files. B. Disable the printer device driver in Computer Management. D 29. Set the Manager's access level to read-only. Use Windows Explorer to disable Offline Files. Use her computer to format a floppy disk and copy the files to the disk. D. Because of the sensitive nature of the . D. Because the reports contain sensitive information. Answer: B Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment 31. Implement a domain policy to block the synchronization of offline files. Answer: D 30. C. You start the computer in safe mode. Copy the files to a network share on an NTFS volume B. C. You have limited information about the type of connection. Place the files in an encrypted folder and copy the folder to a floppy disk. Set driver signing to Block installation of unsigned drivers. Copy the files to a floppy disk and use the CIPHER command to encrypt them. C. Enabling driver signing. D. and the computer locks up while loading Windows 2000 Professional.

E 33. D. He asks you if you can track any users that delete files from his computer in the future. F. the manager of the sales department. You are the desktop administrator for your network. D. C. Enable the local Group Policy for auditing unsuccessful system events. complains that someone has been deleting files from his hard disk. Enable a Group Policy for auditing successful object access events. Unencrypted password (PAP) Shiva Password Authentication Protocol (SPAP) Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) Microsoft CHAP (MS-CHAP) Microsoft CHAP Version 2 (MS-CHAP v2) For MS-CHAP based protocols. Enable a Group Policy for auditing unsuccessful object access events. .connection you want to make sure that authentication information is not sent in plain text. B. E. Sam. Use Windows 2000 Explorer to enable auditing for Sam's files. which options should be checked? (Choose all that apply) A. C. In the Advanced Security Settings dialog box. E. Enable the local Group Policy for auditing successful system events. B. What should you do? (Choose all that apply) A. Click the exhibit button to view the Advanced Security Settings dialog box. automatically use my Windows logon name and password Answer: C. D.

Issue a client side certificate for each of the portable computers. The connection is already configured on the server. C. For security purposes. Recently each of the outside sales staff was given a new Windows 2000 portable computer. You need to configure each laptop to use this connection. Use the software that came with the smart card to create the connection. but does not detect the attached drive. Your port settings are shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below). What should you do? A. Answer: A 35. The sales team now wants to be able to dial into the network from client sites. B. Configure each connection as a VPN connection. You need to resolve the problem quickly. You have a need to provide a vendor with a Windows 2000 based portable computer with an external Zip drive. Set the dial-up connection to use EAP. Enable auditing in the properties of any share that exists on Sam's computer. You attach the drive to the parallel port of the portable computer. You find an external Zip drive in the supply closet. Set the dial-up connection to use SPAP. What should you do?(Choose all that apply) .F. D. Answer: A. and configure the parallel port as an ECP port. you have been asked to set up connections that use smart cards for two-factor authentication. Your company has an outside sales team. Windows 2000 Professional has detected the change to the port. E 34.

Change the USB port setting to enable legacy Plug and Play detection. Answer: D 36. B. What should you do? A. .A. B. you receive the error shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below). C. Connect the printer as a shared device on a non-Windows 2000 computer. During the installation. Configure the ECP port to enable legacy Plug and Play detection. Configure the ECP port to use any interrupt assigned to the port. C. D. You install the printer and run the manufacturers setup program. The printer is plug and play compliant and connects to your USB port. Change the LPT Port Number to Unassigned. Configure the USB port to Disable Error Detection. The printer is on the current Windows 2000 Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). Configure the ECP port to not use the automatic resource setting. You get a great deal on a refurbished laser printer.

Not all computers in the network can access all other computers in the network. Set the compression attribute on the floppy disk to on. Change all NWLINK computers to the 802. Answer: C . Install the WDM-compliant device drivers using the Add New Hardware wizard. a manager in the accounting department asks for your help. compressed. the general manager has asked you fix the connectivity problem and prepare the network for Internet connectivity. D. Answer: B 38. Install TCP/IP on the Windows NT 4. Format the Floppy disk on the Windows 2000 computer. B. Though the network works now.exe to compress the entire floppy disk. Use another program to compress the bitmap file before copying it to the floppy disk. What should you do? A. Originally a Windows NT 4. C. However. Part of the office network is shown in the exhibit (See the exhibit below). You are the network consultant for a small company. Pat needs to copy a spreadsheet to a floppy disk so she can use it at home. Pat. Copy an empty compressed folder to the floppy disk. she receives the error: 'Insufficient Disk Space' What should you suggest to Pat to do? A. B. Use Drivespace. The network has built up as the company grew. On her hard drive. Change the default network protocol to NWLink IPX/SPX Add the NetBEUI protocol to the binding order on all client computers.D.2 frame type. C. the file is less than 1 MB in size. Answer: D 37. when Pat attempts to copy the file to an empty floppy disk. You are the desktop administrator for your company. D. Copy the compressed bitmap file to the folder on the floppy disk. the network has grown into a Windows 2000 domain.0 peer-to-peer network running NWLINK protocol.0 Workstations.

How can you enable support for the second processor? A. Use Setup manager to specify a network installation directory for the application. and you create an image of the test computer for distribution. Specify the additional driver for the second processor. you notice that a key application has not been installed. you have purchased a computer with Dual Pentium 4 processors. When you apply the image to the next computer. Add the application install path to the [apps] section of the unattended. Answer: C 40. To support a processor intensive rendering program. Remove the current processor from device manager. B. D. B. Install the application and create the RIS image again. You use sysprep to shut down the computer. Use Device Manager to add the appropriate hardware abstraction layer (HAL) to the computer to support the second processor.39. C. You install Windows 2000 on a reference computer along with all application and desktop settings. You are the desktop administrator for a graphic arts studio. In Device Manager you notice that the drivers for the second processor are not installed. Use HALBUILD. Use Windiff to apply the change to the rest of the computers. Boot Windows 2000 Professional into a command prompt only. You want to correct the problem with the least amount of effort. Reboot to allow Windows 2000 to detect the second processor. C. Use Sysdiff to take a snapshot of the application installation. You are preparing a RIS installation of Windows 2000 Professional on 45 PXE compliant computers. You install Windows 2000 Professional on the computer. Re-install Windows 2000 Professional. D.txt file Answer: B . System devices. What should you do? A.EXE to rebuild the hardware abstraction layer (HAL).

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