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Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server

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QUESTION 1
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. Exchange Server 2003 runs on a Microsoft Windows Sever 2003 member server. The Exchange server contains one mailbox store and one public folder store. A free disk space warning threshold is configured for the Exchange server. However, when the amount of free disk space is below the threshold, the help desk mailbox does not receive an e-mail notification. You need ensure that the help desk is notified if the server's free disk space is below the specified threshold. What should you do?

A. Configure an e-mail notification to occur when free disk space is in a warning state.
B. Configure the server's mailbox management process to send summary reports to the help desk.
C. Configure the help desk's e-mail address as the non-delivery report (NDR) address on the SMTP virtual server.
D. Configure the warning message intervals on the mailbox store and the public folder store to use a custom schedule that allows notification 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Answer: A
QUESTION 2
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. The Exchange organization contains a single server named Abc3. Abc3 runs Exchange Server 2003 and hosts all user mailboxes. Abc3 also functions as an SMTP gateway for Internet e-mail. A firewall separates the internal network from the Internet and allows only SMTP traffic to each Abc3.One afternoon, users report extremely slow response times on Abc3. Some users cannot access the server at all. You examine network traffic to Abc3 and conclude that the server is the target of an external distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Your immediate need is to prevent the attack from affecting Abc3. You must minimize the effect of your actions on internal e-mail users. What should you do?

A. Stop the SMTP service on Abc3.
B. Reconfigure Abc3 to prohibit all POP3 and IMAP connections.
C. Reconfigure the firewall to prohibit all incoming SMTP traffic.
D. Reconfigure Abc3 to accept only POP3 connections. Instruct users to access Abc3 by using POP3 client software.
E. Configure TCP/IP filtering on Abc3 to permit only RPC traffic.
Answer: C
QUESTION 3
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain Abc.com. The functional level of the domain is Windows Server 2003. The network contains a single Exchange Server 2003 computer that contains a single storage group with one mailbox store. You perform full nightly backups of the storage group. You store the transaction log files on drive F and the database files on drive G. You have created the Recovery Storage Group by using the G:\Exchsrvr\Recovery Storage Group path for the restored database files. A user named Jack reports that she can no longer access any network files and that her mailbox is not functioning. Other users report that they cannot find Jack's name in the global address list (GAL). You discover that Jack's Active Directory account was deleted 20 minutes ago. You re-create Jack's accounts in Active Directory. You need to ensure that Jack has access to her most current e-mail message. Your solution must result in the least amount of mailbox downtime for Jack. What should you do?

A. Create a new mailbox for Jack. Restore the Exchange database to the Recovery Storage Group. Mount the mailbox store. Use Exmerge to extract Jack's mailbox to a .pst file. Deliver this .pst file to Jack.
B. Create a new mailbox for Jack. Restore the Exchange database to the Recovery Storage Group. Mount the mailbox store. Use Exmerge to merge Jack's old mailbox data into her new mailbox.
C. Set up a recovery mailbox server. Restore the Exchange database. Use Exmerge to extract Jack's mailbox to a .pst file. Deliver this .pst file to Jack.
D. Run the Cleanup Agent. Use Mailbox Recovery Center to reconnect Jack's mailbox to her newly created account.
Answer: D
QUESTION 4
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. Exchange Server 2003 is used as the companywide messaging system. The relevant portion of the network is configured as shown in the exhibit.
The front-end server provides e-mail access to HTTPS, IMAP4, and POP3 clients. The front-end server also hosts a secure Web site for customers.
Some remote users report that they cannot access their e-mail from the Internet. You discover that this problem affects only the users of the HTTPS e-mail clients. All users can still access their e-mail from the internal network by using Microsoft Outlook directly connected to the Exchange mailbox servers. You discover that the customer Web site is accessible from the Internet by using HTTPS. You need to ensure that all users can access their e-mail from the internal network and from the Internet. What should you do?

A. Allow the front-end server to initiate connections with all Exchange servers on the internal network by using the IMAP4 SSL port.
B. Allow the front-end server to initiate connections with all Exchange servers on the internal network by using the IMAP4 port.
C. Allow the front-end server to initiate connections with all Exchange servers on the internal network by using the HTTP port.
D. Allow the front-end server to initiate connections with all Exchange servers on the internal network by using the HTTPS port.
Answer: C
QUESTION 5
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc.com. Exchange Server 2003 is used as the companywide messaging system. The relevant portion of the network is configured as shown in the exhibit.
Abc1 runs Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server. Abc2 is configured as a front-end server that runs Microsoft Outlook Web Access. Abc1 is configured to permit Internet users to access their e-mail by using Outlook Web Access on Abc2. Abc1 also permits Internet mail servers to send SMTP mail to Abc3.Users report that they cannot access Abc2 from the Internet. However, the same users can successfully access Abc2 from the internal network. You discover that all Internet mail servers can successfully sent SMTP mail to Abc3. You need to ensure that all users can access Abc2 from the Internet and from the internal network. What should you do?

A. Configure the network adapter on Abc2 to use both 192.168.1.254 and 192.168.1.1 as default gateways.
B. Configure the network adapter on Abc2 to use 192.168.1.254 as the default gateway. Configure a static route to the 172.168.1.0/16 network by using 192.168.1.1 as the gateway.
C. Configure the perimeter network adapter on Abc1 to use 192.168.1.1 as the default gateway. Configure the Internet-facing network adapter to use 10.1.1.254 as the default gateway.
D. Configure the Internet-facing network adapter on Abc1 to use 10.1.1.254 as the default gateway. On the perimeter network adapter, configure a static route to the 172.16.1.0/16 network by using 192.168.1.1 as the gateway.
Answer: B
QUESTION 6
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc.com. The Exchange organization contains eight servers that run Exchange Server 2003. All Exchange servers are member servers, and all are located in the Computers container in Active Directory. Written Abc security polices specify the audit settings, event log settings, and security policy settings that must be applied to all Exchange servers. You need to ensure that the Exchange servers comply with the written security policies. Your solution must require the minimum amount of administrative effort to maintain. What should you do?

A. Create the policy settings by using the Local Security Policy tool. Apply the policy settings to the Exchange servers.
B. Create a security template that matches the policy requirements. Run Secedit.exe to apply the template to the Exchange servers.
C. Create a new organizational unit (OU) and move all Exchange servers into the OU. Create a Group Policy object (GPO) that applies the policy settings. Link the GPO to the OU.
D. Create a new Group Policy object (GPO) that defined the policy settings for the Exchange servers. Link the GPO to the Domain Controllers organizational unit (OU). Set a filter on the GPO to apply only to the Exchange servers.
Answer: C
QUESTION 7
You are the Exchange administrator for Abc. The network contains four Exchange Server 2003 computers that are located in a single organizational unit (OU) in Active Directory. Users who work during the night shift report that the Exchange servers are often not available at night. You use System Monitor and find out that the Exchange services have been running for less than 24 hours. You need to ensure that the security logs contain information necessary to isolate events that affect server uptime. What should you do?

A. Configure an audit policy that logs successful logon events.
B. Configure an audit policy that logs successful system events.
C. Configure a security policy that audits the use of global system objects.
D. For the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, configure the diagnostic logging category named General to the medium logging level.
Answer: C

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