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Total No Of Questions: 20.
1) In any Active Directory forest there are five Operations Masters roles that must be assigned to one or more domain controllers. Which of the following answers correctly depicts these roles?


2) As a network administrator you have been requested to move a printer from your company's Marketing OU to your company's Research OU. After the move you test the printer and find that the local administrator assigned to the Marketing OU still has access and can remove print jobs from it. What can you do to change this?


3) Your company uses Windows 2000 IIS server and log files you have enabled a reverse lookup zone. This will assist in running troubleshooting tools. Because your company is experiencing trouble with a DNS server you decide to use NSLOOKUP to confirm that zone delegation was successful. At the command prompt on your DNS server, you type NSLOOKUP 10.0.0.25 command. What do you expect to see next?


4) As a network technician you have been requested to restore a mistakenly deleted organizational Unit from the Active Directory. You first perform a nonauthoritative restore of the System State data. After which you next chose to use the NTDSUTIL utility to authoritatively restore the organizational unit (OU) that has been mistakenly deleted. The deleted OU is named "prepexams1" and was located in the knowledgeoasis.com domain. At the command prompt you type the utility command 'ntdsutil' and enter, then the type of restore command 'authoritative restore' and enter. Which of the following commands should you enter next to restore this OU?


5) You are an Account Operator responsible for maintaining Windows 2000 Active Directory and the network directory infrastructure. You have been using Windows 2000 Group Policy objects to assign .msi packages to a group of Windows 2000 Professional workstations based on their membership in an organizational unit. Recently you added several new users to the OUs receiving the .msi packages. All seems to performing properly until you are contacted by one of the new users. This user states that an error message: The feature you are trying to install cannot be found in the source directory. What is the solution(s) to this problem?(Choose all that apply)


6) You are the backup operator of a Windows 2000 domain. The domain has 2 domain controllers and one certificate server at the central office and 1 domain controller at a branch office. You have been requested to add the domain controller in the remote branch office to your regular once a week backup at the central office. You schedule the backup job to include the system state data from both locations. What will be backed up from the branch office?


7) As the network administrator you have been requested to create a site link to join two sites together for replication. First you click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click to open Active Directory Sites and Services. What is the next step in creating this site link?


8) Windows 2000 Active Directory contains both logical and physical components. Which of the following are physical components of Active Directory?(Choose Two)


9) A hierarchical structure made up of multiple domains that trust each other is called a(n) _______?


10) You have been told that you need to track down the source of a breach in network security. As a network technician for your company’s Windows 2000 networks you quickly pull up Event Viewer and examine the security logs on the Domain Controllers. However upon viewing the security log you notice there are key and lock icon symbols you do not understand. What could these mean?
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