Foundation of Novell Networking: NetWare 6.5
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Which of the following are system files used by DR-DOS?
ANSWER: D, E, F
You're planning the network file system for a NetWare
6.5 server you are going to install. Your server has
a mirrored 40 GB SCSI-3 hard disk drive array. On
the array, you've decided to create one NSS volume
named SYS. In addition to the default operating system
directories created when NetWare is installed, you
want to create a directory named USERS off the volume
root where each user will have his or her home directory.
You also want to create a directory named SPOOL off
the volume root where print jobs waiting to be printed
on the network printer will reside. Finally, you want
to create a directory named APPS off the volume root
where networkdistributed applications will reside.
Does this design meet with Novell guidelines?
A. Yes, all Novell guidelines have been met.
B. No, NSS doesn't support mirrored drive arrays
C. No, NSS doesn't support SCSI-3 hard disk drives.
D. No, the user's home directory should be named HOME.
E. No, only the NetWare operating system should reside
on volume SYS.
F. No, volume SYS should be a traditional volume on
a NetWare 6.5 server.
G. No, the users' home directories should be placed
immediately beneath SYS:\PUBLIC.
Where is the ConsoleOne utility located, by default,
on a NetWare 6.5 server?
Which of the following technologies is used by NetWare
6.5 to prevent data from being written to bad blocks
on the hard disk drive by redirecting it to a reserved
area of the partition?
D. Hot Fix
G. Storage Pools
H. Block Suballocation
You've just completed installing a new NetWare 6.5
server in your network. Its the only NetWare server
currently in your network. You've installed the Native
File Access Protocols (NFAP) product on the server
and configured a share for the SHARED directory on
your DATA volume. When you log in with Novell Client
version 4.9, everything seems to work correctly. However,
when you try to access the share from workstations
that don't have the Novell Client installed using
the Microsoft Client for Microsoft Networks, you are
unable to authenticate to the server to access the
share. What is the cause of this problem?
A. You can't use the text "SHARED" in an
NFAP share name.
B. You can't create an NFAP share on a NetWare volume
other than SYS.
C. You must have more than one NetWare server in the
eDirectory tree to use NFAP.
D. Universal Password is disabled, you need to enable
it on the server or configure the user accounts with
a Simple Password.
E. NFAP is incompatible with the Microsoft Client
for Microsoft Networks. You must use the Microsoft
Client for Novell Networks.
F. You are using an outdated version of the Microsoft
Client for Microsoft Networks. You need to download
the latest version.
G. You must have the Novell Client version 4.83 or
later installed to access a NFAP share using the Microsoft
Client for Microsoft Networks.