Windows Server 2008 Administrator

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Windows Server 2008 Administrator
2013-03-30 23:12:26
Managing Servers

chapter 10
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  1. Which window presents a consolidated view of the post-installation tasks that, in previous Windows Server versions, you had to perform using various interfaces presented during and after the OS setup process?
    Initial Configuration Tasks
  2. The Services for Network File System snap-in does not display in Server Manager when you install the File Services role. From what area must you run the Services for Network File System snap-in?
    Administrative Tools
  3. The Events page in Server Manager Events displays a subset of the computer’s System log containing all events related to the role for __________ hours
  4. Which of the following is not a primary management tool for Active Directory?
    Active Directory Trust Management
  5. In an MMC snap-in, which of the following panes contains a hierarchical list of the snap-ins installed in the console and any subheadings that the snap-ins provide?
    scope pane
  6. In an MMC snap-in, which of the following panes contains links to the tasks most commonly associated with the content appearing in the detail pane?
    actions pane
  7. What MMC console contains a collection of snap-ins that is most commonly used by Windows Server 2008 administrators?
    File Server Resource Manager
  8. At a minimum, the Remote Desktop server must be running the __________ operating system to use Network Level Authentication.
    Windows Server 2008
  9. What Windows key combination is equivalent to the Terminal Services key combination ALT+PAGE DOWN and is used to switch to the next program to the left in the task list?
  10. What Terminal Services key combination toggles the client session between a full screen and a window?
  11. Experience features are typically strictly cosmetic, and enabling them can degrade the client’s performance and increase its network bandwidth consumption. Which of the following features is the exception to this?
    bitmap caching
  12. Which of the following is not a permission rule when allowing or denying permissions to security principals?
    Deny permissions override Explicit permissions.
  13. Individual special permissions exist for each of __________ object types in a default Active Directory installation.
  14. Which of the following is not a WSUS architecture configuration?
    multiple autonomous WSUS servers
  15. A single WSUS server can support as many as __________ clients.
  16. What must you download and install before using WSUS?
    Microsoft Report Viewer 2005
  17. How many snap-ins are integrated into the Server Manager console?
  18. Which of the following Microsoft Management Console panes lists the snap-ins installed in the console?
    scope pane
  19. Which of the following is the default mode when you create a new MMC console?
    Author Mode
  20. How many users can connect to a Windows Server 2008 computer at the same time using Remote Desktop without purchasing additional licenses?
  21. You can point Server Manager to another computer to manage it remotely.
  22. The Security tab in Active Directory Permissions appears automatically in the Properties sheet.
  23. For enterprise networks with remote locations, it might be preferable to run a separate WSUS server at each site.
  24. WSUS 3.0 SP1 is supplied with the Windows Server 2008 operating system.
  25. Server Manager automatically displays all of the snap-ins associated with a particular role.
  26. MMC provides a standardized, common interface for application modules called __________, which you can use to configure operating system settings, applications, and services.
  27. An instance of MMC with one or more snap-ins installed is referred to as a(n) __________.
  28. On the __________ tab in the RDC dialog box, you can specify a default username value that will appear in the Windows Security dialog box when the user attempts to connect.
  29. __________ is the practice by which administrators grant other users a subset of the privileges that they themselves possess.
  30. The Windows Server 2008 __________ system enables you to specify what objects administrators can create or delete and whether they can read and write properties for those objects.
  31. The Active Directory __________ is the code that specifies what types of objects can exist in the Active Directory hierarchy.
  32. __________ permissions in Active Directory provide a more granular approach to the creation and deletion of objects
  33. You cannot add an extension snap-in to a console without adding an appropriate __________ snap-in first.
  34. Resources and Support displays a list of __________ tasks and suggestions.
  35. The executable file for Microsoft Management Console is __________.
  36. What MMC console provides a selection of the most commonly used Windows Server 2008 management tools?
    Server Manager
  37. What new security feature introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 confirms the user’s identity with the Credential Security Service Provider (CredSSP) protocol before the client and server establish the Remote Desktop connection?
    Network Level Authentication, NLA
  38. When working with standard permissions, which permissions enable a security principal to view and modify the properties of the specified object and all of its subordinate objects?
    Read and Write
  39. Instead of working directly with individual permissions, what can you use in the Active Directory Users and Computers console to assign permissions based on common administrative tasks?
    Delegation of Control Wizard
  40. Which program downloads updates from the Microsoft Update Website and stores them for administrative evaluation?
    Windows Server Update Services, WSUS
  41. Which feature enables computers to share their updates with each other on a peer-to-peer basis rather than download them all from a WSUS server?
    Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) Peer-Caching
  42. To configure clients to download updates from the WSUS server, which policy must be enabled?
    Specify Intranet Microsoft Update Service Location
  43. What mode prevents users from opening new windows or accessing a portion of the console tree, but allows them to view multiple windows in the console?
    User Mode-Limited Access, Multiple Windows
  44. What sdifference exist between disconnecting from a session and logging off from a session in Remote Desktop?
    When you disconnect, the session still exists on the remote computer, and any applications you have left open will continue to run. When you log off, the session ends, terminating all running applications.
  45. What is the basic premise behind Active Directory delegation?
    The idea behind delegation is to provide individual departments or sites or divisions in your organization with administrative control over the Active Directory objects representing those departments, sites, or divisions.
  46. What is the general rule of thumb for network file system permission assignments?
    Never assign permissions to individual user accounts.
  47. When administrators are granted the Allow Full Control permission for a disk volume or folder, what does this permission enable them to do?
    It enables them to modify the file system in any way, including assigning permissions to other users or groups.
  48. Why is the default behavior of Automatic Updates often not desirable, especially for servers?
    Having each computer download the same updates independently compounds the amount of Internet bandwidth that  the systems utilize. Automatic Updates does not give administrators an opportunity to evaluate the updates before deploying them on production servers and workstations.
  49. What is the recommended practice when configuring Automatic Updates using Group Policy?
    The recommended practice is to create a new group policy object (GPO), configure the required policy settings, and link the GPO to an appropriate domain, site, or organizational unit object.
  50. What is WSUS?
    Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is a program that downloads updates from the Microsoft Update Website and stores them for administrative evaluation. An administrator can then select the updates to deploy, and computers on the network download them using a reconfigured Automatic Updates client.