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Designing, Deploying, and Managing a Network
Solution for a Small- and Medium-Sized Business

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QUESTION 1
You are a technical consultant.
You are hired by Abc to do a technical assessment of the business. Abc has one computer that runs Microsoft Windows XP Professional located at the store. The company bookkeeper enters transactions on the computer during business hours. The owner wants to be able to access the accounting information after store hours from his home. Broadband connections are installed at the office and the owner's home. The broadband connection at the office has a static IP address. The owner does not want to spend more than is absolutely necessary to achieve his objectives. You need to create a solution to meet the owner's objectives. What should you do?
A. Install a Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 computer at the store. Install Microsoft Windows XP Professional computer at the owner's home.
B. Install a Microsoft Windows XP Professional computer at the owner's home.
C. Install a Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition computer at the store and a Microsoft Windows 98 computer at the owner's home.
D. Install a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 computer at the store and one at the owner's home.
Answer: B
Explanation:
Since the office has only one computer running Microsoft Windows XP Professional with a static IP address broadband connection, all that would be necessary for the owner is to have a Microsoft Windows XP Professional computer at home as well. That should enable the owner to enter data and access accounting information from his house onto the store computer.
Incorrect answers:
A, D: There is no need for extra expense as is suggested by options A and D.
C: Thus option also involves extra expense with the added inability to be able to access accounting information from the owner's house if he is to have a Microsoft Windows 98 computer at his house.
Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide, Second Edition, Sybex Inc. Alameda, 2003, p. 408
QUESTION 2
You are the sales engineer for a technology consulting firm.
A customer, Abc .com, is using Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 4.5 as its network operating system. The network consists of one file server and twenty computers that use a mixed environment of Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. Abc .com is considering an upgrade of its network to a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 product. You need to identify the key features of Microsoft Windows Server products that enable team building and collaboration. Abc .com needs to ensure a moderate investment, but reliability is a high priority. You need to present a proposal that benefits Abc .com's need for improving team building and provide a cost-effective network solution. What should you propose? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Present a proposal to retain the current network system and upgrade all Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional computers to Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
B. Present a proposal to individually purchase Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server with Microsoft Outlook 11.
C. Present a proposal to replace the current file server with a new file server. Present a case study that highlights the features of Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition.
D. Present a proposal to upgrade the existing file server and upgrade the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional computers to Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
E. Present a proposal that shows Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 provides more team building and collaboration tools than Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.
Answer: D, E
Explanation:
Windows Small Business Server allows companies with as few as three or as many as 75 computers to have an affordable, real client/server network with all the security and efficiencies that implies.
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, includes Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Windows SharePoint Services, Exchange Server 2003, Routing and Remote Access firewall technology, and five client access licenses. And that's just the Standard Edition.
In the Premium Edition, you get all that plus Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000, and Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003. In both editions, the technologies are optimized to work as a package for the small business user.
Incorrect answers:
A: Retaining the current network system would mean making use of the existing Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 4.5 as its network operating system which would not be improving the company's team building.
B: Exchange 2000 Server with Microsoft Outlook 11 alone will not enhance the current network system for team building purposes.
C: A new file server alone will not be improving on the current situation. Furthermore the Microsoft Windows Enterprise Edition is but a component that is included in Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003.
Reference:
Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004
QUESTION 3
You are the network administrator for Abc .com.
Abc 's network structure is growing in size and has several branch offices. The internal users require access to external resources. Each user's computer connects to the Internet through routers. You need to control Internet usage as well as improve the system's Internet performance. What should you do?
A. Configure the ISA Server computers to stand alone to block port 80.
B. Install Network Address Translation (NAT) protocol on a stand-alone router and use a public IP address on the private network.
C. Install Network Address Translation (NAT) protocol and configure a domain controller for user authentication.
D. Install ISA Server on the computer and configure Internet access on a user-by-user basis and for Web caching.
Answer: D
Explanation:
Apart from protecting the network from outside intrusion, ISA provides extensive internal security capabilities. Using a policy-based model, you can monitor and regulate user access to the Internet. Using a firewall client provided with the product, you can require users to authenticate to the ISA server before they are granted Internet access and grant them specific levels of access based on their identities. This means you can easily control user access to specific Internet applications and locations as well as maintain logs of Internet activities. You can also limit the time users can spend on the Internet by scheduling the hours when access is available. In this scenario you have to install ISA server on the computer and configure Internet access on a user-by-user basis and for Web caching so as to control Internet usage and improve performance.
Incorrect answers:
A: Port 80 would mean that you block only HTTP traffic. This alone will not be controlling internet usage.
B, C: Network Address Translation (NAT) is a technology that enables a local-area network (LAN) to use one set of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for internal traffic and a second set of addresses for external traffic. Whether it is installed on a standalone router and using a public IP address on the private network or configured as a domain controller for user authentication will not suffice in this instance.
Reference:
Craig Zacker, Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 3, p. 30
QUESTION 4
You are a network consultant for Abc , Inc.
Abc has 15 computers. The desktop operating systems are running Microsoft Windows XP, Home Edition. Each computer runs Microsoft Office 97 Suite. One employee receives all of the company e-mail messages on one computer that has an external modem. Printing is accomplished on local inkjet printers that are attached to each computer. Abc uses a Microsoft Windows 98 computer for file sharing. Abc also uses a network able laser printer for all employees to share. Management wants to eliminate multiple network logins. You need to assess the current network and make recommendations for addressing management' concerns. What do you recommend? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Replace the server with a Microsoft Windows 2003, Standard Edition computer that runs Active Directory.
B. Replace the server with a Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition stand-alone server.
C. Upgrade all Windows XP, Home Edition computers to Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
D. Upgrade the Microsoft Windows 98 file server to Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
Answer: A, C
Explanation:
The Active Directory service is a hierarchical directory service that consists of objects that represent users, computers, groups, and other network resources. The objects are arranged in a tree display that consists of hierarchical layers that ranges upward from organizational units, to domains, to trees, and to forests. Objects are composed of attributes that contain information about the resource the object represents. When users log on to the network, their user names and passwords are authenticated against the Active Directory database by a computer that has been designated as a domain controller. This single logon can grant them access to resources anywhere on the network. This should eliminate multiple logins. And since the desktop operating system are all running Windows XP, Home Edition with Microsoft Office 97 Suite as the application, all that is necessary would be to upgrade them all to Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
Incorrect answers:
B: You need Active Directory. A standalone server will not serve the purpose.
D: This will not prevent multiple logins.
Reference:
Craig Zacker, Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 19, p. 4
QUESTION 5
You are consultant who specializes in small to medium-size businesses. Abc .com has five employees who work at its office. Abc has 20 additional employees who work from home. The office is connected the Internet by means of a fractional T1 line. All of the employees have computers that run Microsoft Windows XP Professional. All of the employees who are working at home have broadband connections to the Internet. Abc purchases an SQL-based third-party line-of-business (LOB) application for its business. You want the application to be used by all employees. You also want home users to access the program through a Terminal Services connection. You need to install the necessary hardware and software to meet management needs while keeping costs to a minimum. What should you do?
A. Install one server with 512 MB of RAM run Microsoft Windows Small business Server 2003, Premium Edition.
B. Install one server with 384 MB or RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition and a second server with 256 MB or RAM that runs Microsoft Windows 2003 Server.
C. Install one server with 384 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server, Standard Edition.
D. Install one server with 384 MB or RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Standard Edition and a second server with 128 MB or RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
Answer: A
Explanation:
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 includes Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Both can accommodate Terminal Services connections. The Premium Edition will also ensure that all employees will be able to use the application.
Incorrect answers:
B: This is not the best configuration to have when running Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. It will also not be keeping costs low since this option implies that you need two servers: one for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and one for Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003.
C: The standard Edition will be able to accommodate Terminal Services; hoeever, it will not meet all the management needs.
D: Again this option implies extra hardware that would imply further unnecessary costs.
Reference:
Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 3, p. 39
QUESTION 6
You are a consultant who specializes in small- to medium-size businesses. Abc .com has five employees who work at its office. Humongous Insurance has 20 additional employees who work from home. The office is connected to the Internet by means of a fractional T1 line. All of the employees who are working at home have broadband connections to the Internet. Humongous purchases a SQL-based third-party line-of-business (LOB) application for its business. You want the application to be used by all employees. You also want home users to access the program through a terminal Service connection. You need to install the necessary hardware and software to meet management needs while keeping costs to a minimum. What should you do?
A. Install one server with 512 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition.
B. Install one server with 384 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition and a second server with 256 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows 2003 Server.
C. Install one server with 384 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server, Standard Edition.
D. Install one server with 384 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Standard Edition and a second server with 128 MB of RAM that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
Answer: B
Explanation:
The T1 bandwidth of 1.544 Mbps actually consists of 24 separate 64-Kbps channels. A fractional T1 line lets you purchase as many of these channels as you need. For example, if you need 512 Kbps of total bandwidth, you can make a cost comparison between eight channels of a fractional T1 and a 512-Kbps DSL line.
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 includes Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Both can accommodate Terminal Services connections.
Incorrect answers:
A: It is not mentioned which type of Operating systems the client computers are running. Making this option undesirable since you might need to make use of a second server that runs Windows Server 2003 to accommodate all users.
C: The standard Edition will be able to accommodate Terminal Services; hoeever, it will not meet all the management needs.
D: Again this option implies extra hardware that would imply further unnecessary costs.
Reference:
Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 3, p. 39 & Chapter 6, p. 77
QUESTION 7
You are the network consultant for Abc .com.
You want to set up a network for the company with six computers. The computers and all of the users are located at one location. You want to connect all of the computers on the network with a broadband router. The company does not require centralized security. You want the users to share all of the data files and also share one laser print device. You want the users to have a secure access to the Internet. You need to deploy this network for as small an investment as possible and with a minimum of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Configure one of the computers with Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition as a domain controller. Configure the other computers with Microsoft Windows XP Professional. Join each of the computers to the same domain.
B. Configure each computer with Microsoft Windows XP Professional and join each of the computers to the same workgroup.
C. Configure one of the computers with Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition. Configure the other computers with Microsoft Windows XP Professional. Join each of the computers to the same workgroup.
D. Configure one of the computers with Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition. Configure the other computers with Microsoft Windows Professional and join each of the computers to the same domain.
Answer: B.
Explanation:
The workgroup is a logical grouping of several computers whose work or users are connected and who want to share their resources with each other. Usually, all the computers in a workgroup are equal, which is why such setups are referred to as peer-to-peer networks.
The most cost and administrative efficient solution in this case where no centralized security is required would be to make use of Microsoft Windows XP Professional with all the computers in the same workgroup. This would cater for connection of all the computers with a broadband router.
Incorrect answers:
A: There is no need to buy Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
C: This option involves unnecessary expenses. Joining each computer to the same workgroup is the correct strategy, but you do not need to purchase a Windows Server 2003 package to put this into effect.
D: Joining computers to the same domain is not the same as joining them to the same workgroup. the domain is not exclusive; it is the same as a workgroup and does include a server which would mean possible extra expenses.
Reference:
Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 2, p. 18
QUESTION 8
You are a consultant of an IT consulting firm. You are responsible for the network of Abc .com. The network consists of six client computers that run Microsoft Windows 98 and Microsoft Windows 2000 with Microsoft Outlook. Abc .com wants to give customers the ability to send questions to salespersons by means of e-mail messages. Salespersons use the Internet to search for products for buyers. Abc .com wants to allow e-mail accounts for each of its salespersons. The salespersons need to keep track of contacts and scheduling. Abc .com currently has on Digital Subscribers Lines (DSL) connection with IP addresses assigned to each computer. You need to allow Abc .com the functions it needs with the least amount of expense. What should you do?
A. Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition with Microsoft ISA Server.
B. Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition with Microsoft SQL Server.
C. Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Standard Edition.
D. Install Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. Configure the POP3 Service.
Answer: C
Explanation:
Windows Small Business Server 2003, Standard Edition, includes Microsoft Windows Server 2003, standard Edition; Microsoft Windows share Point Services; Microsoft Exchang Server 2003; and Microsoft Shared Fax service. These products give you a fully developed business solution that includes all the essentials: e-mail, Internet connectivity, a preconfigured internal Web site, a shared fax service, services for remote users and mobile users, and wizards to make configuration easy.
Incorrect answers:
A: The Standard Edition will be able to see to the company's needs.
B: The Standard Edition will be sufficient for the company.
D: You need to install Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Standard Edition and not Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. The latter is included in the Small Business Server 2003 package. Also it will suffice for the needs of the company.
Reference:
Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, p. 3
QUESTION 9
You are the network administrator of Abc .com.
Abc .com has four branch offices, two in California and two in Nevada. All of the Abc .com's 50 client computers run Microsoft Windows operating systems. You want to design a Microsoft WINS replication infrastructure that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for the company. You need to implement a WINS replication plan that minimizes the convergence time. What should you do?
A. Plan a series replication model. Configure all of the WINS servers as push/pull partners.
B. Plan a loop replication model. Configure the WINS servers as pull partners with its neighbors.
C. Plan a hub-and-spoke replication model. Configure the hub as a push partner with the other WINS servers.
D. Plan a hub-and-spoke replication model. Configure all of the hubs and all of the spokes as push/pull partners with each other.
Answer: D
Explanation:
The elapsed time between the failure of the router and its removal from the other routers' routing tables is the convergence period.
On a WINS server a push partner sends messages to all its pull partners whenever the database changes, causing the pull partners to request an update. A pull partner issues requests to its push partners for database records with version numbers higher than the number of the last record it received during the previous replication.
The hub and spoke network topology means that all network devices must be plugged into a central hub or switch.
Thus if all the hubs and all the spokes are configured as push/pull partners with each other you will keep convergence to a minimum.
Incorrect answers:
A: Connecting the horizontal networks in series would require packets to pass through a separate router for each network they traverse. You need a hub and spoke replication model to minimize convergence time and not a series replication model.
B: A loop cannot have more than two servers and as such cannot service the company adequately insofar as a network topology is concerned.
C: With only the hub as push partner with the other WINS server, you will not have the least convergence time.
Reference:
Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 3, p. 31 Craig Zacker, Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network
Infrastructure, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 15, p. 48
QUESTION 10
You are the network administrator for Abc .com.
Abc .com has a new server that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. Abc .com has a broadband router with a static IP address. Abc .com registers the domain name southridgevideo.com. Abc .com wants to host its own e-mail messaging. You configure Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. You install Microsoft office outlook 2003 on all of the company computers. Employees report that they are receiving internal e-mail messages bur are not receiving external e-mail messages. You need to ensure that employees can receive external e-mail messages. What should you do? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Forward port 110 on the broadband router to the server.
B. Forward port 25 on the broadband router to the server.
C. Configure Microsoft Outlook Express for all employees to receive external e-mail messages.
D. Have the ISP create a mail exchange (MX) record for Abc .com.
Answer: B, D
Explanation:
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) protocol use port number 25. The mail exchanger (MX) resource record is used by e-mail applications to locate a mail server within a zone. It allows a domain name such as lucernepublishing.com, specified in an e-mail address such as joe@lucernepublishing.com, to be mapped to the A resource record of a computer hosting the mail server for the domain. This type of record thus allows a DNS server to handle e-mail addresses in which no particular mail server is specified. Often, multiple MX records are created to provide fault tolerance and failover to another mail server when the preferred server listed is not available.
Incorrect answers:
A: Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) protocol use port number 110.
C: You need to have an MX record created, and not configure Microsoft Outlook Express for the employees.
Reference:
Craig Zacker, Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 12, p. 3

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