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Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment

 

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QUESTION NO: 1
You are the network administrator for Abc.com. You manage a Windows 2003 computer named Abc3 that functions as a file server. The data volume on Abc3 is mirrored. Each physical disk is on a separate controller. One of the hard disks that contains the data volume fails. You discover that the failure was caused by a faulty SCSI controller. You replace the SCSI controller. You need to restore the data volume to its previous state. You want to achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Run the diskpart active command on the failed volume
B. Convert both disks to basic disks, and then restore the data.
C. Break the mirror, and then re-create the mirror.
D. Select a disk in the mirror, and then reactivate the volume.
Answer: D
Explanation:
To restore the volume, replace the failed disk, rescan the disks, and reactivate the disk. If this doesn't make the volume healthy again, then right-click the volume and choose Reactivate Volume. The computer will chug away for a couple of minutes, rebuilding the missing data with the parity information on the remaining disks, and the stripe set will be back in one piece. Thus if you select a disk in the mirror and then reactivate the volume you will solve the problem in this case.
Incorrect answers:
A: Replaces the FDISK tool with which you're probably familiar. Creates or deletes disk partitions. Only use this command on basic disks-it can damage dynamic disks. This is not what is needed here.
B: This is unnecessary.
C: There is no need to break the mirror since the problem only arose due to a failed SCSOI controller.
Reference:
Mark Minasi, Christa Anderson, Michele Beveridge, C.A.Callahan & Lisa Justice, Mastering™Windows®
Server 2003, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2003, pp. 867, 891
Lisa Donald & Suzan Sage London & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows® Server 2003 Environment Management and Maintenance: Study Guide, Sybex Inc, Alameda, 2003, pp. 230-231

QUESTION NO: 2
You are the network administrator for Abc.com. Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain named abc.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. You use Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) to monitor all servers. An e-mail server named MailABC1 is located at a remote data center. MailABC1 runs Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. MailABC1 restarts unexpectedly during business hours. The event log indicates a problem with the SCSI CD-ROM. You need to ensure that MailABC1 remains continuously available during business hours. What should you do?
A. Use Device Manager to disable the SCSI CD-ROM.
B. Create and implement a new hardware profile to exclude the SCSI CD-ROM.
C. Use Device Manager to update the driver for the SCSI CD-ROM.
D. Use Device Manager to update the driver for the SCSI controller.
Answer: A
Explanation:
The problem lies with the SCSI CD-ROM as indicated by the Event Log. This means that if you circumvent the problem you will avoid the problem of MailABC1 restarting at unexpected times. Thus you only need to disable the SCSI CD-ROM and not remove it. You can enable and disable devices for a specific
hardware profile through their properties dialog boxes in Device Manager.
Incorrect answers:
B:It is not necessary to create a new hardware profile.
C:Updating the driver may solve the problem. However, disabling the device will make sure of it.
D: Updating the driver for the SCSI controller by making use of Device Manager will not solve the problem of the server starting unexpectedly.
Reference:
Dan Balter, MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment Exam Cram 2 (Exam 70-290), Chapter 2

QUESTION NO: 3
You are the network administrator for Abc.com. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain abc.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. Abc operates 10 branch offices in addition to the main office. Each branch office has one filer server with two logical disks, P:\ and U:\. Each disk has a capacity of 20 GB. For each department in the branch office, P:\ hosts one folder in which departmental users save shared documents. For all users in the branch office, U:\ hosts home folders. The main office includes a network operations center that monitors servers and network status. However, branch office users frequently report that their servers have no more disk space. In such cases, local support technicians log on to the servers and delete unnecessary files. You need to create a proactive monitoring strategy for the network operations center. Monitoring must alert the network operations center before the branch office servers run out of disk space. Monitoring must also report which disks on the servers are approaching capacity. The monitoring strategy must require the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Configure a server in the main office to report performance alters on the branch office servers.
Use the logicaldisk(_total)\ &Free Space counter to indicate when free space is less than 5 percent.
Use the logicaldisk(_total)\Free megabytes counter to indicate when free space is less than 100 MB.
B. On each branch office server, create a performance alert.
Use the logicaldisk(_total)\ %Free Space counter to indicate when free space is less than 5 percent.
Use the logicaldisk(_total)\Free megabytes counter to indicate when free space is less than 1000 MB.
C. Configure a server in the main office to report performance alerts on the branch office servers.
Use the logicaldisk(P)\ %Free Space counter and the logicaldisk(U)\ %Free Space counter to indicate when free space is less than 5 percent.
D. On each branch office server, create a performance alert.
Use the logicaldisk(P)\ %Free Space counter and the logicaldisk(U)\ %Free Space counter to indicate when free space is less than 5 percent.
Answer: C
Explanation:
The monitoring must alert the network operations centre before the branch office servers run out of disk space and monitoring must also report which disks on the servers are approaching capacity. LogicalDisk: % Free Space is a counter that indicates the amount of free space available on the disk as a percentage of the total disk capacity. Paging problems can occur if you have little disk space to which the system can swap data out of memory, and operating system errors can occur if the partition on which the OS is installed becomes too full.
Incorrect Answers:
A:It is necessary is to know which disks are near capacity, so we cannot monitor the total disk space - we must monitor the individual logical disks.
B:We need to know which disks are near capacity, so we cannot monitor the total disk space - we must monitor the individual logical disks.
D:The monitoring must alert the network operations centre before the branch office servers run out of disk space; therefore, the monitoring should be done from the main office.
Reference:
Deborah Littlejohn Shinder and Dr. Thomas W. Shinder, MCSA/MCSE Exam 70-290: Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment Study Guide & DVD Training System, p. 748

QUESTION NO: 4
You are the network administrator for Abc.com. You administer a Windows Server 2003 computer named Abc5. The hardware vendor for Abc5 notifies you that a critical hotfix is available. This hotfix is required for all models of this computer that have a certain network interface card. You need to find out if the network interface card that requires the hotfix is installed in Abc5. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Open Network Connections, and then examine the properties of each connection that is listed.
B. Open the Component Services snap-in, expand Computers, expand My Computer, and then examine the list.
C. Run the netsh interface command, and then examine the list.
D. Open Device Manager, expand Network adapters, and then examine the list.
Answer: A, D
Explanation:
A: The Network Connections tab contains settings for network connections and a Wizard to create new connections. From there you will be able to examine the properties of each connection that is listed. This will reveal if the network interface card that requires the hotfix is installed on Abc5.
D: The Device Manager utility is a graphically-based utility that provides information about all of the devices that your computer currently recognizes. Through Device Manager, you can see a summary of all of the currently installed hardware; view and change hardware settings; view, uninstall, update, or roll back a device driver; disable and enable devices; and print a summary of all of the hardware devices that have been installed on your computer. You can also run the Hardware Troubleshooting Wizards from Device Manager.
If you make use of Device Manager and then expand the Network Adapters tab, you will be able to find out if the appropriate network interface card is installed on Abc5.
Incorrect answers:
B: This option will not display the relevant information needed.
C: You can use commands in the Netsh Interface IP context to configure the TCP/IP protocol (including addresses, default gateways, DNS servers, and WINS servers) and to display configuration and statistical information.
Reference:
Microsoft Knowledge Base: 306794: How to Install the Support Tools from the Windows XP CD-ROM Network Monitor is provided with Windows Server products and Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS).
Microsoft Corporation, 2004
Deborah Littlejohn Shinder, Dr. Thomas W. Shinder, Chad Todd & Laura Hunter, MCSA/MCSE: Exam 70- 291: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Guide & DVD Training System, pp. 686, 854-856, 926
Lisa Donald & Suzan Sage London & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows® Server 2003 Environment Management and Maintenance: Study Guide, Sybex Inc, Alameda, 2003, Chapter 2, pp. 84 &116

QUESTION NO: 5
You are the network administrator for Abc.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003. The network includes a file server named Abc17. Abc17 contains a single disk for system files and two SCSI hard disks that comprise a 72-GB mirrored volume with 65 GB of read-only data. Users connect to this data by using shortcuts on their desktops. Abc17 is scheduled for replacement. You have a scheduled maintenance window to complete this task. Before the maintainance window, you build a new server. You need to bring the new server online with current data and re-establish redundancy as quickly as possible. You must also ensure that the desktop shortcuts will continue to functions. What should you do?
A. Name the new server Abc20. Create a new mirrored volume by using two 72-GB disks. Connect Abc20 to the network and copy the data from Abc17. When copying is complete, shut down the old Abc17.
B. Name the new server Abc17. Move both disks from the old Abc17 to the new Abc17. Scan the disks for changes. Connect the new Abc17 to the network.
C. Name the new server Abc17. Break the mirror on the old Abc17. Move one of the disks from the old Abc17 to the new Abc17. Scan the disk for changes. Initialize the disk. Select the spare disk and create the mirror. Connect the new Abc17 to the network.
D. Name the new server Abc17. Remove one of the disks in the mirror from the old Abc17. Move the disk to the new Abc17. Scan the disk for changes. Import the disk. Shut down the old Abc17 and connect the new Abc17 to the network.
Answer: B
Explanation:
The "Scan For Hardware Changes" option allows you to force a manual scan to see if any new hardware changes have been detected. To be able to bring the server online with the current data and re-establishing redundancy as soon as possible whilst ensuring that desktop shortcuts stay functional, you will need to give the same name to the new server, namely Abc17 and use the two disks from the old Abc17.
You should then scan it for any changes and then connect the new Abc17 to the network.
Incorrect answers:
A: There is no need to create a new mirrored volume in this case. Besides where will you get the two new disks from to copy the existing data of Abc17 onto. What is needed is to use the old Abc17 disks to provide continuity for users insofar as disktop shortcuts are concerned.
C & D: This is not necessary. All that has to be done is touse the existing Abc17 disks and put them on the newly created and named Abc17 server. Scanning the disk for changes and then connecting new Abc17 to the network.
Reference:
Lisa Donald & Suzan Sage London & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows® Server 2003 Environment Management and Maintenance: Study Guide, Sybex Inc, Alameda, 2003, Chapter 2, p. 91

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