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  1. What is a routing group? (p)
    • A collection of well-connected Exchange Server 2003 servers.
    • (pg.3)
  2. T/F - There can be only one Exchange Server 2003 organization in a forest. (p)
    • True
    • (pg.2)
  3. What contains formal definitions of every object class that can be created in an Active Directory forest? (p)
    • Schema
    • (pg.3)
  4. What are the two types of definitions within the schema? (p)
    • Attributes & classes (schema object & metadata)
    • (pg.3)
  5. What is the smallest element for which you can delegate administrative rights? (p)
    • Organizational Unit
    • (pg.4)
  6. What is a generic framework for objects (collection of attributes)? (p)
    • Class
    • (pg.4)
  7. What stores partial replicas of the directories of other domains? (p)
    • Global Catalog
    • (pg.4)
  8. What is used whenever a domain contains non-Active Directory computers? (p)
    • PDC emulators
    • (pg.7)
  9. How are messages sent between servers within a routing group routed? (p)
    • Directly from source to target
    • (pg.3)
  10. A ______ _______ is one of the defining elements of a forest. (p)
    • Common schema
    • (pg.3)
  11. What is a constant ID within a domain? (p)
    • SID
    • (pg.6)
  12. What is an ID assigned to an object by it’s domain controller? (p)
    • RID
    • (pg.6)
  13. These provide boundaries for and structure to the Active Directory database and can have their own replication & permissions configuration. (p)
    • Naming Contexts
    • (pg.8)
  14. What are the 3 naming contexts? (p)
    • Domain
    • Configuration
    • Schema
    • (pg.8-9)
  15. Which naming context stores information about the physical structure of Exchange organization such as routing groups and connectors? (p)
    • Configuration
    • (pg.9)
  16. Which naming context contains information about the object classes & their attributes that can be stored in Active Directory? (p)
    • Schema
    • (pg.9)
  17. Which naming standard stores all domain objects, including recipient objects such as users, groups, and contacts? (p)
    • Domain
    • (pg.8)
  18. *Which 2 services does Exchange Server 2003 use to access the catalog server? (p)
    • DSProxy & DSAccess
    • (pg.9)
  19. *Which service is a Windows service that isused by Exchange Server 2003 to access the catalog server? (p)
    • DSAccess
    • (pg.10)
  20. *________ functions as an intermediary between a client and the global catalog. (p)
    • DSProxy
    • (pg.10)
  21. *Which service uses a cache of recently accessed information to reduce the number of queries made to the global catalog server? (p)
    • DSAccess
    • (pg.10)
  22. Which service does not examine request, and is transparent to the user? (p)
    • DSProxy
    • (pg.10)
  23. ________ implements a directory access cache that stores recently accessed information for a configurable length of time. (p)
    • DSAccess
    • (pg.10)
  24. What is included with Windows operating systems for servers and provides core services used by Exchange Server 2003? (p)
    • Internet Information Services (IIS)
    • (pg.11)
  25. What introduced worker process isolation mode, which offers greater reliability & security to web servers? (p)
    • ISS version 6.0
    • (pg.11)
  26. *Is POP3 used by Exchange Server 2003?
    • YES (Exchange will replace the default POP3 Server)
    • (pg.12)
  27. What is a list of IP addresses with owners who refuse to stop spamming called? (p)
    • Realtime Blackhole List (RBL)
    • (pg.12)
  28. What protocol provides user access to newsgroups either internally or on the Internet? (p)
    • NNTP
    • (pg.12)
  29. What is a new feature exclusive to Exchange Server 2003 running on Windows Server 2003 that give the ability to use Outlook 2003 to connect to Exchange Server 2003 servers using the HTTP protocol? (p)
    • RPC over HTTP
    • (pg.13)
  30. What is responsible for informing certain objects that other objects have been moved, changed, or otherwise modified? (p)
    • Infrastructure Master
    • (pg.7)
  31. Windows 2000 Server & Windows Server 2003 include messaging transport capabilities such as ______, _______, and ______. These Windows services are used by Exchange Server 2003. (p)
    • SMTP, NNTP
    • and HTTP
    • (pg.11)
  32. What simulates the effect of high usage by Outlook MAPI clients? (p)
    • LoadSim.exe
    • (pg.23)
  33. What simulates the effect of high usage by non-MAPI clients, such as POP, IMAP, SMTP, and Outlook Web Access 2003? (p)
    • The Exchange Stress and Performance (ESP) tool.
    • (pg.23)
  34. What security groups must you be a part of in order to install the first Exchange Server 2003server in an organization? (p)
    • Enterprise Admins and Schema Admins
    • (pg.23)
  35. *Which two services (components) will be installed and enabled when you install Exchange Server 2003 on a computer running Windows 2000 Server?
    • ASP.NET and .NET Framework
    • (pg.25)
  36. Which utility updates the Schema and configuration naming contexts in Active Directory? (p)
    • ForestPrep
    • (pg.28)
  37. Where must ForestPrep be run? (p)
    • Forest root domain
    • (pg.28)
  38. What is the domain local group that contains all Exchange servers running in the Forest? (p)
    • Exchange Enterprise Servers Group
    • (pg.30)
  39. What is the global group that contains all Exchange servers running in the domain you have selected? (p)
    • Exchange Domain Servers group
    • (pg.30)
  40. Where is the Exchange Domain Server global group from each domain placed? (p)
    • In the Exchange Enterprise Servers domain local group
    • (pg.30)
  41. Exchange Server 2003 can be installed on computers running ___________ or later. (r)
    • Windows 2000 Server, Service Pack 3
    • (p.11/21)
  42. What is the minimum RAM you need? (r)
    • 256MB
    • (p.22)
  43. Windows Server 2003 has ___________ built into the operating system, and _________ is available through the add/remove windows components wizard. (r)
    • .NET Framework
    • ASP.NET
    • (pg.25)
  44. Where must DomainPrep be run? (r)
    • The forest root domain
    • All domains containing Exchange Server 2003
    • All domains containing Exchange mailboxenabled objects
    • (pg.30)
  45. *If you are going to unistall what will you need to do with mailboxes? (r)
    • Move to another server or delete
    • (p.39)
  46. The Exchange System Attendant service will not start without connectivity to what? (p)
    • A global catalog server
    • (pg.52)
  47. What 3 Admin roles does Exchange Server 2003 support? (p)
    • Exchange Full Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Exchange View Only Admin
    • (pg.53)
  48. Which role CAN assign permissions? (p)
    • Exchange Full Admin
    • (pg.53)
  49. What 2 places can authority to administer Exchange Server 2003 be delegated? (p)
    • The organization level & the administrative level
    • (pg.53)
  50. Which level will grant permissions to the entire organization? (p)
    • The organization level
    • (pg.53)
  51. What is a logical grouping of Exchange resources that are grouped together for administrative purposes? (p)
    • Administrative group
    • (pg.53)
  52. Which kind of groups have the same administrative requirements but are not grouped in the same physical location? (p)
    • Administrative groups
    • (pg.57)
  53. Which kind of groups are used to implement functions that are linked to physical layout? (p)
    • Routing groups
    • (pg.57)
  54. Which edition of Exchange Server 2003 is required in order to be a able to use administrative groups? (p)
    • Enterprise edition
    • (pg. 58)
  55. What are the 3 Administrative Models? (p)
    • Centralized
    • Decentralized
    • Mixed
    • (pg.59)
  56. Which model would commonly be used in a small to medium sized network? (p)
    • Centralized
    • (pg.59)
  57. What kind of group would you use if you have multiple physical location well connected by WAN links? (p)
    • Routing groups
    • (pg.60)
  58. What is the preferred connector to use when connecting routing groups? (p)
    • Routing group connectors (RGC’s)
    • (pg.60)
  59. Which mode Windows mode exists for backwards compatibility with versions of Exchange Server prior to Exchange Server 2000? (p)
    • Mixed mode
    • (pg.64)
  60. *Which mode supports QDG’s and uses 8BITMIME data transfers? (p)
    • Native mode
    • (pg.65)
  61. What is dedicated to running the mailbox and public folder stores? (p)
    • Back-end servers
    • (pg.67)
  62. What handles incoming client connections? (p)
    • Front-end servers
    • (pg.67)
  63. Which port does SSL use? (p)
    • 443
    • (pg.68)
  64. Which port does NNTP use? (p)
    119
  65. What is one of the biggest benefits of frontend and back-end architecture? (p)
    • Security
    • (pg.69)
  66. What service runs the information store? (r)
    • Microsoft Exchange Information Store
    • (p.52)
  67. What service provides maintenance? (r)
    • Microsoft Exchange System Attendant
    • (p.52)
  68. If installing management tools on XP Pro what will be needed? (r)
    • IIS (SMTP, WWW)
    • Windows Server AdminPack (NNTP and ADUC)
    • (p.55)
  69. If you have a small to medium what type of model? (r)
    • Centralized Model
    • (p.59)
  70. If you have a Large business what type of model will you need? (r)
    • Mixed Model
    • (p.59)
  71. What is the method to determine the amount of Routing Group Connectors that you will need for a fully meshed network? (r)
    • N * (N - 1)
    • (p.63)
  72. What connector is typically used to connect foreign (non-Microsoft) messaging systems? (r)
    • x.400
    • (pg.62)
  73. *What will reduce the amount of data sent over connections? (r)
    • 8BITMIME data transfers
    • (p.65)
  74. What is a user account that has a mailbox in the Exchange organization and can send/receive email? (r)
    • Mailbox-enabled User
    • (p.108)
  75. Who has email address but not account? (r)
    • Contact
    • (p.109)
  76. Where are group mailboxes maintained? (r)
    • they have no mailboxes
    • (p.110)
  77. If you email to a group were does it go? (r)
    everyone in the group
  78. *How do you hide email from group? (r)
    • ADUC --> Group --> Exchange Advanced --> Hide from Exchange Address List
    • (p.119)
  79. What is checked it you have 2 SMTP addresses configured for a user? (r)
    • "set as Primary"
    • (p.121)
  80. How you give someone "Send As" permission for email? (r)
    • Exchange System Manager
    • (p.131)
  81. *How do you configure a quick method of email properties? (r)
    • %g.%s@contoso.com (Recipient Policies)
    • (p.159-160)
  82. What are the 4 types of recipient objects? (p)
    • User
    • Contact
    • Group
    • Public folder
    • (pg.108)
  83. Which type of recipients correspond to user accounts in the Active Directory domain? (p)
    • User Recipients
    • (pg. 108)
  84. What is a user account that has a mailbox in the Exchange organization and can send and receive e-mail through the Exchange Server 2003 infrastructure? (p)
    • Mailbox-enabled User
    • (pg.108)
  85. What is a user account similar to a mailbox-enabled user but does not have a mailbox in the Exchange organization?
    • Mail-enabled User
    • (pg.109)
  86. This account also has an e-mail address, but no mailbox in the Exchange organization and does not correspond to a user account in the Active Directory domain.
    • Contact Recipient
    • (pg. 109)
  87. ________ are not associated with internal users and should not have internal e-mail addresses. (p)
    • Contacts
    • (pg. 110)
  88. When an e-mail is sent to an address associated with a group who will it go to?
    • Everyone in the group
    • (pg.110)
  89. Which edition of Exchange Server 2003 supports creating multiple storage groups on a server? (p)
    • Enterprise Edition
    • (pg.111-112)
  90. When you create a mailbox-enabled user what must you do to initialize the mailbox? (p)
    • Send a message to it
    • (pg.112)
  91. How long will a deleted mailbox be retained once it has been marked for deletion? (p)
    • 30 days
    • (pg.116)
  92. Can the retention period on deleted mailboxes be adjusted? (p)
    • Yes, at the mailbox store level (under the LimitsTab)
    • (pg.116)
  93. Once you purge deleted mailboxes, what is the only way they can be recovered? (p)
    • A backup
    • (pg.117)
  94. What is the default amount of time deleted items are kept for? (p)
    • 7 days
    • (pg.123)
  95. What permission will allow you to send emails as someone else? (p)
    • Send on Behalf permission
    • (pg.128)
  96. Which Active Directory group scope is published to all global catalog servers in a forest? (p)
    • Universal group
    • (pg. 141)
  97. *What is a new type of distribution group introduces in Exchange Server 2003? (p)
    • Query-Based Distribution Group (QDG)
    • (pg.142)
  98. What allows you to use a LDAP query to specify membership in the distribution group dynamically? (p)
    • QDG - (Query-Based Distribution Group)
    • (pg.142)
  99. *A QDG can only be created in an organization running Exchange Server 2003 or later that is in ______ mode. (p)
    • Native
    • (pg.142)
  100. How many storage groups, per server, can Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise Edition support? (p)
    • 4
    • (pg.144)
  101. How many databases can each storage group contain? (p)
    • 5
    • (pg.144)
  102. What two files does an Exchange Server 2003 information store contain? (p)
    • .edb file (rich-text file)
    • .stm file (streaming file)
    • (pg.145)
  103. What types of backup will Circular logging NOT permit? (p)
    • Differential and Incremental backups
    • (pg. 147)
  104. An advantage of multiple storage groups isthat you can configure circular logging separately for each _______ _____. (p)
    • Storage group
    • (pg.147)
  105. What are the 2 options you have when forcing the GAL to update? (p)
    • Update Now & Rebuild (Exchange System Manager)
    • (p.155)
  106. *Does denying access to an address list prevent users from e-mailing the recipients in that address list? (p)
    • No, they just cant view address list when using Outlook
    • (pg.154)
  107. When you changes to an address list, what replicates those changes? And where to? (p)
    • Recipient Update Service (RUS), and to other Exchange servers in the organization.
    • (pg.155)
  108. What provide a quick and effective method of defining different e-mail addresses for different users in your organization? (p)
    • Recipient policies
    • (pg.159)
  109. With regard to recipient policies, which policy will have highest priority? (p)
    • The one with the highest number
    • (pg.160)
  110. *What 2 hard-coded variables are most commonly used to generate appropriate e-mail addresses for user accounts? (p)
    • %g (first/given name)
    • %s (last/surname)
    • (pg.160)
  111. A replicated public folder has fault tolerance and gives you the option to apply what to cut down on disk usage? (r)
    • circular logging
    • (p.168)
  112. If you are in the default public folder the content type is of what two types? (r)
    • email items
    • post items
    • (p.170-172)
  113. What is the protocol used by Microsoft that is not "standard" to give us public folders? (r)
    MAPI
  114. What are the two protocols that give access to Public Folders? (r)
    HTTP, NNTP
  115. What are the three types of rights on public folders? (r)
    • Client permissions
    • Directory rights
    • Administrative rights
    • (p.187)
  116. What can you enable to limit the number of transaction log files and prevent such files from filling up available disk space? (p)
    • Circular logging
    • (pg.169)
  117. What is the only user account type that can use Exchange System Manager to create public folders? (p)
    • Exchange Administrators
    • (pg.169)
  118. Public folders created using Exchange System Manager can only contain what type of items? (p)
    • Mail And Post Items
    • (pg.172)
  119. There can be only one single _____________ ______ tree in an Exchange Server 2003 organization, but as many _______ _______trees as you wish? (p)
    • Default public folder General-purpose
    • (pg.172)
  120. Which tree is created automatically by the setup program when you install the first Exchange Server 2003 server? (p)
    • Default public folder tree
    • (pg.172)
  121. What is used to make public folder data available to users outside of the organization? (p)
    • General-Purpose Public Folder Tree
    • (pg.173)
  122. What type of clients does a General purpose public folder tree NOT support? (p)
    • MAPI clients
    • (pg.173)
  123. T/F - A hidden folder can receive messages. (p)
    True
  124. How many ways are there to configure storage limits?
    • 3
    • (pg.180)
  125. When a policy is applied to a public store, the storage limits cannot be over-ridden at which levels? (p)
    • The store level & the individual public folder level
    • (pg.180)
  126. What determines the amount of time a folder retains items before automatically deleting them? (p)
    • Age limits
    • (pg.180)
  127. Is the Age limits feature enabled by default? (p)
    • No
    • (pg.180)
  128. When would Age Limits typically be enabled? (p)
    • When public folders are used to host internet newsgroups
    • (pg.180)
  129. What is the easiest way to move a public folder within a public folder tree? (p)
    • Drag & drop
    • (pg.180)
  130. What is used to ensure that replication between a public folder and its replicas are synchronized? (p)
    • Backfill Replication
    • (pg.182)
  131. Can cost be assigned to routing group connectors? (p)
    • Yes, the same way it is assigned to servers
    • (pg.185)
  132. When is the ONLY time the child folder will inherit settings from the parent for Public Folders? (p)
    • ONLY when created
    • (pg.186)
  133. What can be used to configure client permissions directly? (p)
    • Exchange System Manager
    • (pg.187)
  134. What uses role-based permissions to assign permissions to a folder? (p)
    • Outlook
    • (pg.187)
  135. What type of folder requires a moderator to approve all messages that get posted to it? (p)
    • Moderated folder
    • (pg.190)
  136. This can be used to implement moderated folder functions, such as forwarding posts to a user mailbox. (p)
    • Folder Assistant
    • (pg.192)
  137. What controls which user and groups have permissions to change e-mail related attributes of a mail enabled public folder? (p)
    • Directory rights
    • (pg.192)
  138. _____________ users are able to read permissions but not to do anything else. (p)
    • Authenticated
    • (pg.192)
  139. By default, who has administrative rights to a public folder?
    • Administrators in the Active Directory domainand enterprise
    • (pg.192)
  140. If you see access to email, documents and applications what are the two protocols being used? (r)
    • HTTP and WebDAV
    • (p.208)
  141. *The first HTTP virtual server installed is also known as what? (r)
    • Exchange Virtual Server
    • (p.209)
  142. What do you use to manage the first HTTP Virtual server? (r)
    • IIS
    • (p.208/209)
  143. *What port is used for secure HTTP? (r)
    • port 443
    • (p.209)
  144. *What are the two unique things you need to address when installing NNTP? (r)
    • two paths (store for moderated approval and SMTP moderated groups)
    • (p.219/225)
  145. What are the 3 criteria you can use to limit access? (r)
    • Specified Computer - IP Address
    • Group of Computers - Subnet (IP range)
    • Domain (contoso.com)
    • (p.223)
  146. What is the most common method of authentication? (r)
    • anonymous
    • (p.229)
  147. What authentication method is only supported by Windows Clients? (r)
    • Integrated Windows Authentication
    • (p.231)
  148. What protocol supports Integrated Windows Authentication? (r)
    • HTTP
    • (p.231)
  149. What are the attributes of a Exchange Virtual Host "status"? (r)
    • Started - looks normal
    • Stopped - red circular white x
    • Paused - black pause sign
    • (p.??)
  150. What logging level just reports high-level events? (r)
    • Minimum
    • (p.238)
  151. What is the default SMTP port? (r)
    • 25
    • (p.246)
  152. What SMTP command will tell the server to send messages? (r)
    • turn
    • (p.247)
  153. What is the ESMTP command for turn? (r)
    • etrn
    • (p.248)
  154. What are the 3 SMTP folders? (r)
    • Pickup
    • queue
    • badmail
    • (p.250)
  155. What should you never configure SMPT server to do? (r)
    • forward to each other as smart host
    • (p.)
  156. *What are the 2 most common MIME encoding? (r)
    • plain text
    • HTML
  157. Why do you want to scan outgoing messages? (r)
    • indication of problems on network
    • (p.301)
  158. What is a good tool for checking such things as missing patches, weak passwords, vulnerabilities, etc.? (r)
    • MBSA - Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
    • (p.305)
  159. What would you install to help with Windows Automatic Updates? (r)
    • SUS
    • (p.305)
  160. What is the number assigned to a message that helps Outlook determine if the message is SPAM? (r)
    SCL - SPAM Confidence Level (value 1-10)
  161. SCL (SPAM Confidence Level) can have a value of 1-10. If the value is low what is the probability the message is junk mail? (r)
    • Higher
    • (p.308)
  162. If you get an encrypted message what will you need? (r)
    • Their Public/Your Private
    • (p.315)
  163. What are the 3 things needed to use PKI effectively? (r)
    • Certificate
    • CRL (Certificate Revocation List)
    • Public Key
    • (p.315)
  164. What Administration level used for everyday tasks in Exchange Server? (r)
    • Exchange Administrator
    • (p.323)
  165. What is your primary security boundary in Active Directory? (r)
    • Forest
    • (p.2)
  166. What is meant by well-connected (reliable high-bandwidth network links)? (r)
    • Site
    • (p.3)
  167. What is a type of schema definition can share attributes? (r)
    • Class
    • (p.3)
  168. What provides universal group membership information for user accounts attempting to log on the network? (r)
    • Global Catalog
    • (p.5)
  169. What is implemented on an Exchange server that cuts down on traffic? (r)
    • cache access
    • (p.??)
  170. MAPI clients will get access from what service? (r)
    • DSProxy
    • (p.10)
  171. What is the minimum OS you can install Exchange Server 2003? (r)
    • Windows 2000 w/SP3 (256MB RAM)
    • (p.21/22)
  172. What must you install on Windows 2003 server to install Exchange Server 2003 that you would not need to install on Windows 2000 w/SP3? (r)
    • ASP.NET
    • (p.25)
  173. What is the process of extending the SCHEMA before installing Exchange? (r)
    • ForestPrep
    • (p.28)
  174. Where do you run ForestPrep? (r)
    • Forest Root Domain
    • (p.28)
  175. How do you create an Unattended install file? (r)
    • d:\setup\i386\setup.exe /createunattend c:\filename.ini
    • (p.32)
  176. Exchange install Wizard is used to do what for Exchange? (r)
    • Install/Uninstall
    • (p.31/39)
  177. What must you do if you forcibly remove Exchange Server before reboot? (r)
    • remove REGISTRY Keys
    • (p.40)
  178. Where do you determine the registry keys to remove after forcible removal of Exchange Server? (r)
    • Help File
    • (p.??)
  179. What is used to manage the mailbox and Public Folder stores? (r)
    • Exchange Information Stores
    • (p.50)
  180. When talking about 2000 always keep what in mind in regrades to Exchange? (r)
    • SP3
    • (p.55)
  181. What Administrative model is needed for small to medium sized companies? (r)
    • Centralized
    • (p.59)
  182. What Routing Group Connector would you use if connecting unreliable locations or non-Microsoft (foreign) systems? (r)
    • x.400
    • (p.62)
  183. What is the formula to determine the number of connectors needed for full-meshed routing group? (r)
    • N * (N - 1)
    • (p.63)
  184. Mixed Mode is used for compatibility to what? (r)
    • Exchange Server 5.5 with Exchange Server 2003 (NOT Exchange Server 2000)
    • (p.63)
  185. What is the minimum upgrade needed to move Exchange server(s) to Native Mode with Exchange Server 5.5, Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2000 in the mix? (r)
    • Upgrade Server 5.5 to 2000
    • (p.63)
  186. What are the advantages of Native Mode? (r)
    • Flexibility defining routing and administrative groups
    • Move mailboxes between servers in different admin groups
    • Move Servers between routing groups
    • QDGs - Query-based distribution groups
    • MIME data transfers at 8BITMIME
    • (p.65)
  187. User that has account but not mailbox? (r)
    • Mail-Enabled User
    • (p.109)
  188. User that has that has user account and mailbox in the Exchange Server? (r)
    • Mailbox-Enabled User
    • (p.108)
  189. Do groups have mailboxes? (r)
    • no
    • (p.110)
  190. If you have 10 users in a group and a 10MB email file how much space is used on the Exchange Server? (r)
    • 10MB (Single Instance) each user will be "charged" the full 10MB space
    • (p.??)
  191. If you want to delete just the mailbox and not the user what tool would you use? (r)
    • Exchange Task Wizard (ADUC)
    • (p.112)
  192. On what tab do you hide email address from list? (r)
    • Exchange Advanced Tab
    • (p.119)
  193. Who is the only one that can grant "Send As" permission? (r)
    • administrator
    • (p.131)
  194. What is the only group scope that is published to the Global Catalog? (r)
    • Universal
    • (p.141)
  195. What type of distribution group can be created dynamically and make the job easy on administrator? (r)
    • QDG - Query-Based Distribution
    • (p.142)
  196. What provides a quick and effective method of defining different e-mail addresses for different users in your organization? (r)
    • Recipient Policies
    • (p.159)
  197. What are examples of Hard Coded Recipient Policies? (r)
    • %g.%s
    • (p.160)
  198. What type of logging is used to save disk space, but will not give you good differential backup solution. This logging can be good for Public folders? (r)
    • circular logging
    • (p.147/168)
  199. Default items in Public Folders? (r)
    • mail items
    • post items
    • (p.170/172)
  200. If you what to create non-default items in Public Folders what must you use? (r)
    • Outlook
    • (p.169/172)
  201. General purpose Public Folder trees do not support what kind of email client? (r)
    • Outlook (MAPI)
    • (p.174)
  202. After creating an email address for a Public Folder in the E-Mail Address Tab what tab would you use to create an alias? (r)
    • Exchange General Tab
    • (p.177)
  203. What is the setting that determines the amount of time a folder remains before automatically deleting? (r)
    • Age Limits
    • (p.180)
  204. Permissions of users access to Public Folder are what kind of permissions? (r)
    • Client Permissions
    • (p.187)
  205. What are the 3 categories of permissions for Public Folders? (r)
    • Client Permissions
    • Directory Rights
    • Administrative Rights
    • (p.187)
  206. What type of Public Folder must have messages approved? (r)
    • Moderated
    • (p.190)
  207. Who has rights to Public Folder by default? (r)
    • Administrator
    • (p.192)
  208. What service controls the creation and deletion of all resources in the virtual server? (r)
    • System Attendant
    • (p.201)
  209. HTTP and WebDav provide what functions? (r)
    • Document
    • Email
    • Application
    • (p.208)
  210. What port is an SSL connection? (r)
    • PORT 443
    • (p.209)
  211. What Virtual server will be on and configured by default on an Exchange server by default? (r)
    • HTTP
    • SMTP
    • (p.200)
  212. What is another name for the first Virtual HTTP server? (r)
    • Exchange Virtual Server
    • (p.209)
  213. Where is the first Virtual server administered? (r)
    • IIS
    • (p.209)
  214. Controlling Access to the server and Securing Access is done using what method(s)? (r)
    • Controlling - Authentication
    • Securing - IP, Subnet, Domain Name
    • (p.221)
  215. What is the most common type of authentication? (r)
    • anonymous
    • (p.229)
  216. What authentication is used by Microsoft only? (r)
    • Integrated Windows Authentication
    • (p.230)
  217. What is an extension of SSL? (r)
    • TLS
    • (p.230)
  218. Exchange System Manager will display red circular white x when the virtual server is? (r)
    • stopped
    • (p.237)
  219. Exchange System Manager will display white circle with two black bars when the virtual server is? (r)
    • paused
    • (p.237)
  220. Exchange System Manager will display white circle only when the virtual server is? (r)
    • disabled
    • (p.237)
  221. What level have you set diagnostic logging to get only high-level? (r)
    • Minimum
    • (p.238)
  222. What is the standard SMTP port? (r)
    • 25
    • (p.246)
  223. What is the command to request an SMTP session and identifies the sending SMTP host to receive? (r)
    • helo
    • (p.246)
  224. What is the command to request an ESMTP session and identifies the sending SMTP host to receive? (r)
    • ehlo
    • (p.247)
  225. What command triggers the recipient server to send queued messages destined for the sending server? (r)
    • trun
    • (p.247)
  226. What are the three system folders used by SMTP to temporarily store messages in transit? (r)
    • pickup
    • queue
    • bad mail
    • (p.250)
  227. Exchange Servers should NOT use each other as? (r)
    • smart host
    • (p.260)
  228. What type of clients use SMTP for mail delivery? (r)
    • ones using POP3 or IMAP4
    • (p.273)
  229. How do you configure IMAP for user? (r)
    • ADUC --> Exchange Features Tab --> IMAP4
    • (p.281)
  230. What are the MIME encoding options? (r)
    • Plain Text, HTML (or both)
    • (p.282)
  231. What are the problems with filtering attachments? (r)
    • you don't get the ones you want
    • (p.300)
  232. What is an SCL? (r)
    • SPAM Confidence Level (1-10)
    • (p.308)
  233. How are SCL numbers established? (r)
    • 3rd party product
    • (p.308)
  234. What defines the content and purpose of a certificate? (r)
    • Certificate Template
    • (p.315)
  235. What 3 services are running for backward compatibility to earlier Exchange versions? (r)
    • Microsoft Exchange Event Service
    • Microsoft Exchange Site Replication Service
    • Exchange MTA Stacks (5.5 only)
    • (p.328)
  236. What are the extended log files? (r)
    • W3C
    • (p.332)
  237. Transaction logs have what properties?
    • ACID (completed or not completed)
    • (p. 343)
  238. If you have a message that is sent to multi Exchange recipient how many times will it be stored?
    • Single-Instance
    • (p.349)
  239. What is the RAID level that consists of two striped arrays that are then mirrored? Must have a minimum of 4 drives.
    • RAID 0+1
    • (p.352)
  240. What type of storage has an IP address that you would not use in an Exchange environment?
    • NAS
    • (p.354)
  241. What has an IP address and would be used in an Exchange environment?
    • SAN
    • (p.355)
  242. What are 4 examples of static data that will not change and does not need to be backed up?
    • Operating System
    • Applications
    • Supporting Software
    • Management Scripts
    • (p.356)
  243. What is the hardest to recover for an admin if not backed up?
    • Management Scripts
    • (p.356)
  244. What type of backup gets all of the log files but not the database?
    • Incremental
    • (p.357)
  245. What type of backup gets new or changed log files?
    • Differential
    • (p.357)
  246. What type of backup will recover/save disk space?
    • Full Backup
    • (p.357)
  247. What will let you get to the a point-in-time recovery?
    • Volume Shadow Copy
    • (p.361)
  248. What needs to be deleted before doing a "roll-forward" restore?
    • CHK File (checkpoint file)
    • (p.369)
  249. How long do you have to recover deleted mailbox and restore to user?
    • 30 days
    • (p.369)
  250. To recover a user account?
    • authoritative (NTDSutil.exe)
    • (p.383)
  251. What event source will you look for SMTP message routing?
    • MSExchangeTransport
    • (p.400)
  252. If checking service status and find unreachable?
    • service down or connector does not exist
    • (p.404)
  253. Queue that is not sending messages out?
    • Freeze
    • (p.408)
  254. What will you use to check queue?
    • Queue Viewer
    • (p.407)
  255. If you think you are getting a DoS attack how can you determine?
    • Network Monitor
    • (p.428)
  256. If you want to configure diagnostics Exchange Virtual Server where would this be done?
    • IIS
    • (p.456)
  257. How do you clear negative caching in regards to DNS?
    • ipconfig /flushdns
    • (p.471)
  258. Backup that has no affect on the archive bit or logs?
    • Copy Backup
    • (p.358)
  259. What Service allows you to do online backup?
    • Volume Shadow Service
    • (p.359)
  260. What is the most flexible log format?
    • W3C
    • (p.418)
  261. Where is the mailbox manager defined?
    Recipient Policies
  262. What is the tool used to defragment the mailbox and public folder stores?
    • ESEutil
    • (p.424)
  263. What is the utility for monitoring clusters?
    • MOM - Microsoft Operations Manager
    • (p.431)
  264. What tool is use to test networks connections?
    • NETdiag
    • (p.441)
  265. IP to MAC address is resolved by what protocol?
    • ARP
    • (p.465)
  266. If you want to saturate network with ICMP packets for testing?
    • PathPing
    • (p.477)

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