MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exams 70-292 and 70-296): Upgrading Your Certification to Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003

Errata for MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exams 70-292 and 70-296): Upgrading Your Certification to Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003




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Page Mar-63

Normal Should Be Authoritative On page 3-63, in the third paragraph,Change:"The primary reasons for performing a normal restore of System State data..."To:"The primary reasons for performing an authoritative restore of System State data...

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Page Apr-43

Corrections to Line 9 On page 4-43, in line 9, change;"In Lesson 1, you also learned that the Dsget command is often used to..."To:"The Dsget command is often used to..."

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Page Apr-73

Correction to Question 3 On page 4-73, in question 3, Change: "Dsadd will be the most useful method. You can enter one command line that includes all the parameters. By leaving the UserDN parameter empty, you can enter the users' distinguished names one at a time in the command console. A user object template does not allow you to configure options such as Title, Telephone Number, and Web Page. Generating a comma-delimited text file would be time-consuming in comparison, particularly when so many parameters are identical" To: "Dsadd can only handle one user at a time. For a successful import of multiple users, you can put all the DNs into a text file (such as myUserDNs.txt), then do the import from the command line with a FOR loop such as: FOR /F %i IN ( myUserDNs.txt ) DO dsadd user %i"

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Page Jun-48

Correction to Modification On page 6-48, in the last paragraph, Change: "You can indicate the modifications (transforms or patches) you want to apply to..." To: "You can indicate the modifications (transforms) you want to apply to..."

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Page Oct-42

Note Needed in Step 6 On page 10-42, in step 6, the following note should be added:"Note: the Print Operators 'Allow Log on Locally' right was removed in step 14 on page 9-32."

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Page Back Cover

eBook PDF File Not Printable The eBook PDF's print function is disabled. This is by design. On the back cover,Change:"eBook in printable PDF format"To:"eBook in PDF format" 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.

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Page Jan-56

Correction to Question 2's Answer On page 1-56, in question 2, the correct answer should be "b, d", not "a, c".

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Page Apr-43

Used Should Be User On page 4-43, in line 4, "used" should be "user".

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Page Apr-70

Correction to Question 2 On page 4-68, delete question 2 and replace it with:"2. Using Dsquery and Dsmod, what is the command to force users in the Employees OU (and sub-OUs) to change their password?"

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Page Jun-77

Correction to Software Restriction Policies Description On page 6-77, in the bottom paragraph, Change: "Software restriction policies, new in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems, were created to address..." To: "Software restriction policies were created to address..."

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Page Aug-66

"Stub Zone" Should Be "Child Zone" On page 8-66, in the first paragraph, in the last sentence,Change:"...and continues to query the only two authoritative DNS servers that exist in the stub zone."To:"...and continues to query the only two authoritative DNS servers that exist in the child zone."

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Page Nov-41

a should be c On page 11-41, the answer given for Question 2 of Lesson 2 is incorrect. Change: "a" To: "c"

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Page 2-42 and 2-43

Correction to Ntdsutil Syntaxes On page 2-42, in the last paragraph, and on page 2-43, in the first paragraph, Change: "add nc ApplicationDicrectoryPartition DomainController remove nc ApplicationDicrectoryPartition DomainController" To: "add nc replica ApplicationDicrectoryPartition DomainController remove nc replica ApplicationDicrectoryPartition DomainController"

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Page 3-75 and 3-83

Correction to Question 2 On pages 3-75 and 3-83, in question 2 under Requirement 3, Change: "2. What will happen when a deleted object is restored to Active Directory in an environment that includes multiple domain controllers?" To: "2. What will happen when a deleted object is restored (Normal Restore) to Active Directory in an environment that includes multiple domain controllers?"

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Page 5-Jan

Correction to Figure 1-2 On page 1-5, in Figure 1-2, Change: "Up to 512 GB of RAM (Intel Itanium)" To: "Up to 64 GB of RAM (Intel Itanium)" And, change: "Up to 64 CPUs (Itanium)" To: "Up to 8 CPUs (Itanium)"

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Page 5-Mar

Correction to Figure 3-1 On page 3-5, in Figure 3-1, both child domains are listed as domain01.contoso.com. One of them should be domain02.contoso.com

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Page 15-7

Incorrect should be Correct On page 15-5, answer C to question 3 is marked incorrect, but should be correct. Change: "3. Correct Answers: B, D, and G A. Incorrect: Domain local groups cannot be converted to global groups, regardless of domain functional level. B. Correct: Global groups without other global groups as members can be converted to universal groups. C. Incorrect: The conversion of groups of this type could create a circular reference and is not permitted. D. Correct: There is no restriction on this type of conversion at this functional level, regardless of universal group memberships. E. Incorrect: The conversion of groups of this type could create a circular reference and is not permitted. F. Incorrect: This type of conversion is not permitted. G. Correct: As long as a domain local group does not have any other domain local groups as members, conversion to a universal group is permitted." To: "3. Correct Answers: B, C, D, and G A. Incorrect: Domain local groups cannot be converted to global groups, regardless of domain functional level. B. Correct: Global groups without other global groups as members can be converted to universal groups. C. Correct. D. Correct: There is no restriction on this type of conversion at this functional level, regardless of universal group memberships. E. Incorrect: The conversion of groups of this type could create a circular reference and is not permitted. F. Incorrect: This type of conversion is not permitted. G. Correct: As long as a domain local group does not have any other domain local groups as members, conversion to a universal group is permitted."

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Page 16-Apr

Correction to Adding Multiple DNs with DSADD.EXE On page 4-16, please remove the first bullet: "By leaving the DN parameter empty, at which point you can type the DNs one at a time from the command prompt. Press ENTER after each DN. Press CTRL+Z and ENTER after the last DN." Dsadd.exe can only handle one DN at a time.

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Page 16-10

Correct Answer Should Be B, Not A, in Question 1 On page 16-10, in question 1, the correct answer should be B, not A.Change the text to be:"1. Correct Answers: BA. Incorrect: Changing this policy from Disabled to Enabled will not correct the problem.B. Correct: This Group Policy setting is for local computer behavior during a Terminal Services session from that computer.

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Page 19-Jan

Correction to SUS On page 1-19, in the Note paragraph, please disregard "Additionally, SUS cannot be uses to deploy Service Packs."

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Page 19-14

Correction to Question 6's Answers On page 19-14, in question 6, the correct answers should be C and D, not C. Change: "D. Incorrect: Windows 98 clients can register resource records in DDNS" To: "D. Correct: Windows 98 clients cannot register resource records in DDNS"

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Page 20-Jun

Off Should Be On On page 6-20, in step 5,Change:"Select the When I Log On To My Computer check box to synchronize the selected items when the user logs off."To:"Select the When I Log On To My Computer check box to synchronize the selected items when the user logs on."

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Page 20-18

Correction to Answer D, Question 5 On page 20-18, please remove the last sentence in answer D: "Apply this GPO to the Uptest OU."

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Page 22-Jul

fserve should be hrfserve On page 7-22, the label on the first File Server in the image is incorrect. Change: "fserve.hr.int.fabrikam.com" To: "hrfserve.hr.int.fabrikam.com"

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