Chapter 12

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Chapter 12
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  1. What is the name resolution mechanism that computers use for all Internet communications and for private networks that use the Active Directory domain services included with Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000 Server?
    DNS
  2. What represents the computer’s IP address in applications and other references?
    host name
  3. Which of the following is not a column of the host table?
    distinguished name
  4. What has direct access to at least one name server and can also process referrals to direct its queries to other name servers when necessary?
    resolver
  5. What resource record identifies which name server is the authoritative source of information for data within this domain?
    Start of Authority (SOA)
  6. What resource record provides the name-to-IP-address mappings that DNS name servers use to perform name resolution?
    Host (A)
  7. What resource record is the functional opposite of the A record, providing an IP address-to-name mapping for the system identified in the Name field using the in-addr.arpa domain name?
    Pointer (PTR)
  8. What are the highest-level DNS servers in the entire namespace?
    root name server
  9. What is the process by which one DNS server sends a name resolution request to another DNS server?
    referral
  10. In what type of query does the server that receives the name resolution request immediately respond to the requester with the best information it possesses?
    iterative
  11. What DNS server contains no zones and hosts no domains?
    caching-only server
  12. What DNS server receives queries from other DNS servers that are explicitly configured to send them?
    forwarder
  13. What type of zone contains the master copy of the zone database in which administrators make all changes to the zone’s resource records?
    primary zone
  14. What type of zone forwards or refers requests to the appropriate server that hosts a primary zone for the selected query?
    stub zone
  15. What can be configured to enable enterprise-wide NetBIOS name resolution for your clients and servers?
    WINS
  16. What Windows Server 2008 service can you use to protect sensitive data on a Windows network?
    AD RMS
  17. What role allows administrators to configure Single Sign-On (SSO) for Web-based applications across multiple organizations without requiring users to remember multiple usernames and passwords?
    AD FS
  18. In terms of AD FS, what organizations contain the user accounts that are accessing the resources controlled by resource organizations, similar to a trusted domain in a traditional Windows trust relationship?
    account organizations
  19. What will forward queries selectively based on the domain specified in the name resolution request?
    conditional forwarder
  20. What type of zone is a read-only copy of the data that is stored within a primary zone on another server?
    secondary zone
  21. Windows operating systems prior to Windows 3.1 used NetBIOS names to identify the computers on the network.
    False
  22. The NS resource record identifies the name server that is the authority for the particular zone or domain.
    True
  23. In an iterative query, the DNS server receiving the name resolution request takes full responsibility for resolving the name.
    False
  24. You can use forwarders to limit the number of servers that transmit name resolution queries through the firewall to the Internet.
    True
  25. A secondary zone is a copy of a primary zone that contains SOA and NS resource records, plus the Host (A) resource records that identify the authoritative servers for the zone.
    False
  26. Starting with Windows 2000, Windows operating system releases rely on Active Directory and __________ instead of NetBIOS names.
    DNS
  27. In its most basic form, the DNS name resolution process consists of a(n) __________ submitting a name resolution request to its designated DNS server.
    resolver
  28. The __________ record is the fundamental data storage unit in all DNS servers.
    resource
  29. At the top of the domain hierarchy are the __________ name servers, which are the highest-level DNS servers in the entire namespace.
    root
  30. One mechanism that can speed up the DNS name resolution process is __________ caching.
    name
  31. A(n) __________ is a DNS server that receives queries from other DNS servers that are explicitly configured to send them.
    forwarder
  32. A(n) __________ zone is a read-only copy of the data that is stored within a primary zone on another server.
    secondary
  33. The Windows Server 2008 DNS Server supports __________ zone transfer, which is a revised DNS zone transfer process for intermediate changes.
    incremental
  34. In AD FS, __________ organizations contain the user accounts that are accessing the resources controlled by resource organizations, similar to a trusted domain in a traditional Windows trust relationship.
    account
  35. To run AD FS, the Active Directory domain must be at the Windows Server __________ domain functional level or better.
    2003
  36. What is the name resolution mechanism that computers use for all Internet communications and for private networks that use the Active Directory domain services included with Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000 Server?
    Domain Name System
  37. What friendly name represents the computer’s IP address in applications and other references?
    host name
  38. What resource record is the functional opposite of the A record, providing an IP address-to-name mapping for the system identified in the Name field using the in-addr.arpa domain name?
    Pointer (PTR)
  39. What resource record enables clients to locate servers that are providing a particular service?
    Service Record (SRV)
  40. In what type of query does the DNS server receiving the name resolution request take full responsibility for resolving the name?
    recursive query
  41. What type of zone is a copy of a primary zone that contains SOA and NS resource records, plus the Host (A) resource records that identify the authoritative servers for the zone?
    stub zone
  42. What feature is used for Web-based applications across multiple organizations and allows users to authenticate without requiring users to remember multiple usernames and passwords?
    Single Sign-on (SSO)
  43. What service allows you to route authentication requests from user accounts in one organization to Web-based application resources in another?
    AD FS Federation Services
  44. What are the three columns found in the host table?
    IP Address, Host Name, and Comments
  45. DNS consists of what three elements?
    DNS namespace, name servers, and resolvers
  46. What two types of name resolution queries does DNS support?
    DNS supports recursive and iterative queries
  47. What are the three types of DNS zones?
    primary zone, secondary zone, and stub zone
  48. What is the Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS)?
    Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS) is a Windows Server 2008 service that you can use to protect sensitive data on a Windows network
  49. An AD FS configuration consists of what two types of organizations?
    resource organizations and account organizations
  50. What is a forwarder?
    A forwarder is a DNS server that receives queries from other DNS servers that are explicitly configured to send them.

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