MCSE-Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert Questions

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You are preparing to install Windows 2000 server on a new computer at your office. You want to perform an over-the-network installation. Which method will you use to start the installation ?

A) From a CD-ROM drive B) By using winnt.exe
C) By using winnt32.exe D) By using a network installation startup disk
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) By using winnt.exe

Explanation:

winnt.exe is used to start an over-the-network installation of Windows 2000.

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You want to create and format a simple volume on a Windows 2000 computer. Which tool should you use?

A) Disk Administrator B) Disk Management
C) The Convert.exe command -line utility D) The Format.exe command-line utility
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Disk Management

Explanation:

Windows 2000 includes a powerful tool to manage disks - it's called Disk Management. You can use Disk Management to create and manage several different volume types on a Windows 2000 computer.

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You are upgrading your single master Windows NT Server 4.0 network to Windows 2000. Which computer should you upgrade first?

A) The stand-alone server in the Windows NT 4.0 domain that will become the root domain in your Windows 2000 network B) The primary domain controller (PDC) in the Windows NT 4.0 domain that will become a child domain in your Windows 2000 network
C) The backup domain controller (BDC) in the Windows NT 4.0 domain that will become a child domain in your Windows 2000 network D) The Primary domain controller (PDC) in the Windows NT 4.0 domain that will become the root domain in your Windows 2000 network
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) The Primary domain controller (PDC) in the Windows NT 4.0 domain that will become the root domain in your Windows 2000 network

Explanation:

When upgrading from a Windows NT 4.0 single master domain model to windows 2000, the first computer you should upgrade is the PDC of the Windows NT 4.0 domain that will become the root domain of your Windows 2000 network.

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You are the administrator of a SQL Server 2000 computer. You configure SQL Server to perform C2 auditing. Audit logs are saved in the C:MSSQLAudit folder.The server functions normally for several days, but then the MSSQLServer service shuts down without warning. You cannot restart the service.You need to restart the MSSQLServer service. What should you do?

A) Start the MSSQLServer service manually by using the -m startup option. B) Start the MSSQLServer service manually by using the -s startup option.
C) Set the SQLServerAgent service's startup method to Disabled. Start the MSSQLServer service. D) Delete the audit logs from the C:\MSSQL\Audit folder. Start the MSSQLServer service.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Delete the audit logs from the C:\MSSQL\Audit folder. Start the MSSQLServer service.

Explanation:

SQL Server functioned for several days but now it is impossible to start it.
The most likely cause is the size of the auditing log files. The maximum file size for the audit log is fixed at 200 megabytes (MB). When the audit log file reaches 200 MB, a new file will be created and the old file handle will be closed. If the directory fills up, then the instance of Microsoft SQL Server is stopped. The system administrator needs to either free up disk space for the audit log before restarting the instance of SQL Server or restart the instance of SQL Server

Note 1: SQL Server Agent monitors itself and the SQL Server service.
SQL Server Agent can restart the local instance of SQL Server if it has terminated for reasons other than a typical shutdown.

Note 2: Start the MSSQLServer service manually by using the -f startup option would start the service with minimal configuration. It could be used when some configuration errors have been made and the MSSQLServer service isn't able to start.

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You want to configure synchronization settings for your office files. Which tool should you use?

A) Folder options B) Scheduled Tasks
C) Windows Explorer D) System Information
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Windows Explorer

Explanation:

Use Windows explorer to configure a synchronization schedule for offline files. (Select Tools => Synchronize to start this process.) You can also access the same synchronization tool by selecting Start => Programs => Accessories => Synchronize.

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You provide technical support for a company with several locations. In a remote sales office, there are 5 Windows 2000 Professional computers. All computers are connected in a workgroup, as shown in the exhibit. (See the exhibit below). The manager's computer has a 56K dial up connection to the Internet. The manager calls and explains that she had enabled ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on her computer. Once ICS had been enabled, none of the other users were able to access a shared folder on the manager's computer. What should you instruct her to do ?

 

A) Configure the dial-up connection to disable shared access. B) Configure the dial-up connection to disable on-demand dialing.
C) Disable data encryption in the new dial-up connection. D) Use the ipconfig command to release and renew your network TCP/IP address.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Configure the dial-up connection to disable shared access.

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You use two sites on your Windows 2000 network. You decide you want to manually specify a particular domain controller in each site that will be used for intersite replication. What should you do?

A) Create a site link to connect the two domain controllers B) Designate the desired domain controller in each site as a bridge-head server
C) Configure the desired domain controller in each site to be a global catalog server D) Create a new connection object for the desired domain controller in each site
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Designate the desired domain controller in each site as a bridge-head server

Explanation:

The server that is designated as the bridgehead server is used for intersite replication.

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The president of your company collects manager's weekly reports in a shared folder on her Windows 2000 Professional computer called reports. Because the reports contain sensitive information, she asks you to prevent users from enabling offline access for the network share that contains the financial report. What should you do?

A) Use Windows Explorer to disable Offline Files. B) Use Windows Explorer to disable Caching for the reports on the network share.
C) Set the Manager's access level to read-only. D) Implement a domain policy to block the synchronization of offline files.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Use Windows Explorer to disable Caching for the reports on the network share.

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