MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-217): Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Active Directory® Services

Errata for MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-217): Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Active Directory® Services




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Page 45

Correction To Logon Without Global Catalog Server On page 45, in the Important paragraph, Change: "If a user is a member of the Domain Admins group, he or she is able to log on to the network even when the global catalog is not available." To: "If the domain controller cannot contact a Global Catalog server, the user is not be able to log on. An exception is made only for the administrator account in the domain. This account is allowed to log on even without a Global Catalog, so that in an emergency situation a Global Catalog can be configured."

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Page 46

Correction To Caution On page 46, in the Caution paragraph, Change: "Caution Extensions to schema can have disastrous effects on large networks due to full synchronization of all of the domain data" To: "Specific schema changes can cause all global catalog servers in the forest to rebuild the partial attribute set. This can result in a significant amount of replication traffic."

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Page 153 And 814

AFXR Should Be AXFR On pages 153 and 814, in question 5, Change: "5. Why is an IXFR query more efficient than an AFXR query?" To: "5. Why is an IXFR query more efficient than an AXFR query?"

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Page 629

Correction To Question 70-217.02.01.005 On page 629, in paragraph D for question 70-217.02.01.005 from the previous page, Change: "D. Active Directory-integrated zones are replicated and synchronized to new domain controllers automatically whenever a new zone is added to an Active Direcotry domain." To: "D. Active Directory-integrated zones are replicated and synchronized automatically with new domain controllers, which are running the DNS server service, whenever a new zone is added to Active Directory."

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Page 630

Correction To Question 70-217.02.01.007 On page 630, in question 70-217.02.01.007, Change: "You have configured the zone on the Windows 2000 server to use dynamic updates to synchronize the DNS database files" To: "You have configured the zone on the Windows 2000 server to use dynamic updates"

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Page 635

Correction To Question 70-217.02.01.009's Answer On page 635, in question 70-217.02.01.009, the correct answer should be A, not A and B. Change: "Correct Answers: A and B ... B. Correct: When you create a standard primary forward lookup zone, the New Zone Wizard requires you to specify a name for the zone database filename. The zone database filename defaults to the zone name with a .dns extension. If you are migrating a standard primary forward lookup zone from another server, you must first copy the zone database file to the systemrootsystem32dns folder on the target server." To: "Correct Answers: A ... B. Incorect: When you create a standard primary forward lookup zone, the New Zone Wizard does not require you to specify a name for the zone database filename. The zone database filename defaults to the zone name with a .dns extension. "

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Page 688

Correction To Question 70-217.03.04.002's Answers On page 688, in question 70-217.03.04.002, the correct answer should be B, not D. Change the answers to be: "Correct Answers: B ... B. Correct: Because you did not change any default settings on the Settings tab of the My Documents Properties dialog box, the My Pictures folder reamins a subfolder of My Documents. Therefore, My Pictures follows My Documents to the redirection target specified on the Target tab of the My Documents Properties dialog box, which is \fs1data%username%. The path suggested in this answer choice correctly shows the My Pictures folder as a subfolder of \fs1data%username%, which is the My Documents folder. ... D. Incorrect: Folder Redirection does not create a subfolder called "My Documents" under \fs1data%username%. \fs1data%username% is the redirected My Documents folder. Therefore, the answers is incorrect.

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Page 709

Correction To Question 70-217.03.06.004 On page 709, in question 70-217.03.06.004, Change: "The domain contains a Windows 2000 DHCP server" To: "The domain contains a domain controller running Windows 2000 DHCP server"

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Page 716

Correction To Question 70-217.03.06.005's Answer On page 716, in question 70-217.03.06.005, in answer B, Change: "To authorize an RIS server in AD from a W2K Pro computer using Adminstrative Tools, you must log on with an account that is a member of the Enterprise Admins group." To: "To authorize a DHCP server, you must login as either a member of the Enterprise Admins or Domain Admins groups."

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Page 730 And 742

Remove Question 70-217.04.01.005 On pages 730 and 742, please remove question 70-217.04.01.005.

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Page 735

Correction To Question 70-217.04.01.012 On page 735, in question 70-217.04.01.012, Change: "Your proposed solution is to create a shared folder named Users on a domain controller named FS1" To: "Your proposed solution is to create shared folders named Users and Profiles on a domain controller named FS1"Microsoft Press is committed to providing informative and accurate books. All comments and corrections listed above are ready for inclusion in future printings of this book. If you have a later printing of this book, it may already contain most or all of the above corrections.

Microsoft Press  May 06, 2010