MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-642): Configuring Windows ServerŪ 2008 Network Infrastructure

Errata for MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-642): Configuring Windows ServerŪ 2008 Network Infrastructure




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Page 42

Binary representation of last octet incorrect On page 42, in Figure 1-30 and 1-31 the binary representation of the last octet 222 is incorrect. Change: "10001010" To: "11011110"

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Page 53

5096 should be 4096 On page 53, in Table 1-5, the Addresses per Block listed in the first line is incorrect. Change: "5096" To: "4096"

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Page 70

17 should be 172 On page 70, the second sentence of the fourth bullet point contains incorrect addresses. Change: "These ranges include 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.254, 17.16.0.0 to 17.31.255.254, and 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.254." To: "These ranges include 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.254, 172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.254, and 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.254."

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Page 99

"hybrid or h-node" should be "broadcast or b-node" On page 99, the first sentence under the last bullet point is incorrect. Change: "By default, Windows clients are configured in hybrid or h-node." To: "By default, Windows clients are configured in broadcast or b-node."

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Page 106

Incorrect arrows in Figure 2-6 On page 106, the arrows labelled Q4 and A4 are pointing in the wrong direction. The arrow labelled Q4 should point down, and the arrow labeled A4 should point up.

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Page 113

"IPv6" should be "IPv4" On page 113, Exercise 1 Step 5 contains an incorrect line of text for the option presented. Change: "5. Double-click the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv6) check box." To: "5. Double-click the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) check box."

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Page 146

"Active Domain" should be "Active Directory domain" On page 146, the second sentence on the page is partially incorrect. Change: "To configure a primary DNS suffix outside of an Active Domain, click Change in the Computer Name tab in the System Properties dialog box, and then click More in the Computer Name / Domain Changes dialog box." To: "To configure a primary DNS suffix outside of an Active Directory domain, click Change in the Computer Name tab in the System Properties dialog box, and then click More in the Computer Name / Domain Changes dialog box."

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Page 148

"Administrative Tools" should be "Administrative Templates" On page 148, the last sentence on the page refers to an invalid location in Group Policy. Change: "You can find this setting in a GPO by navigating to Computer ConfigurationPoliciesAdministrative ToolsNetwork DNS Client and then configuring the policy setting named DNS Suffix Search List." To: "You can find this setting in a GPO by navigating to Computer ConfigurationPoliciesAdministrative TemplatesNetwork DNS Client and then configuring the policy setting named DNS Suffix Search List."

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Page 216

"remote" should be "reverse" On page 216, the first sentence in the fifth paragraph contains an incorrect zone name. Change: "To begin, if you want to avoid typing computer names for every reservation, make sure that your DNS server is hosting a remote lookup zone with dynamic updates enabled." To: "To begin, if you want to avoid typing computer names for every reservation, make sure that your DNS server is hosting a reverse lookup zone with dynamic updates enabled."

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Page 234

Numbering sequence incorrect in Lesson Review question On page 234, the answers to Question 2 are presented in a 1, 2, 3, 4 style when they should be presented in A, B, C, D style. Change: "1. Configure the clients as DHCP clients. 2. Enable the DHCP client service on Dhcp1. 3. Change the address of Dhcp1 and redeploy the DHCP server. 4. Run the command Ipconfig /registerdns on Dhcp1." To: "A. Configure the clients as DHCP clients. B. Enable the DHCP client service on Dhcp1. C. Change the address of Dhcp1 and redeploy the DHCP server. D. Run the command Ipconfig /registerdns on Dhcp1."

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Page 256

10.1.12 should be 10.1.1.2 On page 256, the step 3 contains an incorrect IP address. Change: "When the router with IP address 10.1.12 receives the packet, it also checks the destination IP address, 192.168.2.10, and determines that the next hop toward the destination is the router with the IP address 10.1.3.1." To: "When the router with IP address 10.1.1.2 receives the packet, it also checks the destination IP address, 192.168.2.10, and determines that the next hop toward the destination is the router with the IP address 10.1.3.1."

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Page 266

"tracert www.microsoft.co" should be "tracert www.microsoft.com" On page 266, the 3rd step in Exercise 1 uses an incomplete web address: Change: "3. While PathPing is computing statistics, open a second command prompt and run the command tracert www.microsoft.co." To: "3. While PathPing is computing statistics, open a second command prompt and run the command tracert www.microsoft.com."

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Page 267

"PathPing" should "TraceRt" On page 267, the second sentence on the page includes an incorrect reference to an application. Change: "The router names and IP addresses should match those displayed by PathPing." To: "The router names and IP addresses should match those displayed by TraceRt."

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Page 307

"the Internet" should be "a local network" On page 307, the description for Network Address Translation is incorrect. Change: "A service that translates private IP addresses used on the Internet into a public IP address that can communicate on the Internet." To: "A service that translates private IP addresses used on a local network into a public IP address that can communicate on the Internet."

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Page 356

"dial-up" should be "VPN" On page 356, the second sentence of Step 7 refers to an incorrect server type for the instructions provided. Change: "If you want the dial-up server to assign IP addresses from a pool not already assigned to a DHCP server, select From A Specified Range Of Addresses. Click Next." To: "If you want the VPN server to assign IP addresses from a pool not already assigned to a DHCP server, select From A Specified Range Of Addresses. Click Next."

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Page 358
No.6

On the Type The Internet Address To Connect To page, type the IP address of your VPN server's network adapter that is connected to your internal network. Then, click Next. "Internal Network", should be "External Network")

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Page 422

Duplicate "Click Next" not needed On page 422, Step 6 includes two instances of "Click Next". Only one is required. Change: "6. On the Configure Constraints page, click Next. NAP rarely uses constraints, although you could use the Day And Time Restrictions constraints to apply the network policy at only specific times. Click Next." To: "6. On the Configure Constraints page, click Next. NAP rarely uses constraints, although you could use the Day And Time Restrictions constraints to apply the network policy at only specific times."

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Page 426

Figure 8-19 incorrect On page 426, Figure 8-19 does not show the steps in Step 11 as it should. Figure 8-19 should be ignored as it is incorrect.

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Page 463

"step 1." should be "in the paragraph above step 1." On page 463, Step 4 contains an incomplete reference. Change: "4. Select the update you want to remove by using the KB number you noted in step 1. Then click Uninstall." To: "4. Select the update you want to remove by using the KB number you noted in the paragraph above step 1. Then click Uninstall."

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Page 464

Configure Automatic Updating selection incorrect On page 464, Step 5 of Exercise 2 includes an incorrect option to enable automatic installs of updates. Change: "5. Select Enabled. Configure the automatic update settings. For example, to have updates automatically installed, from the Configure Automatic Updating drop-down list, select 3 - Auto Download And Notify For Install. Click OK." To: "5. Select Enabled. Configure the automatic update settings. For example, to have updates automatically installed, from the Configure Automatic Updating drop-down list, select 4 - Auto Download And Schedule The Install. Click OK."

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Page 551

systemstaterecovery should be systemstatebackup On page 551, the first sentence of the last paragraph is incorrect. Change: "To perform a backup of the system state, type Wbadmin with the start systemstaterecovery parameters." To: "To perform a backup of the system state, type Wbadmin with the start systemstatebackup parameters."

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Page 601

"015" should be "003" On page 601, answer 1 in Case Scenario 1 of Chapter 4 includes an incorrect option number. Change: "1. Configure the scope with a default gateway option (the 015 Router option)." To: "1. Configure the scope with a default gateway option (the 003 Router option)."

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Page 616

Incorrect information in Lesson Review answer On page 616, answers B & D of Lesson Review 3 Question 1 are incorrectly formatted and there are a couple of confusing typos. Change: "B. Incorrect: By default, Layer 2 switches will not send HostC any communications between HostA and HostYou would need to enable the port HostC is connected to as a monitoring port." To: "B. Incorrect: By default, Layer 2 switches will not send HostC any communications between HostA and HostB. You would need to enable the port HostC is connected to as a monitoring port." Change: "D. Incorrect: HostC must be connected to the same hub as either HostA or HostThe switch would not forward communications destined for either HostA or HostB to HostC." To: "D. Incorrect: HostC must be connected to the same hub as either HostA or HostB. The switch would not forward communications destined for either HostA or HostB to HostC."

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Page 617

192.168.10.1 should be 192.168.10.12 On page 617, the first sentence of the explanation for answer B of question 3 is incorrect. Change: "This filter would show only HTTP communications from the IP address 192.168.10.1" To: "This filter would show only HTTP communications from the IP address 192.168.10.12." 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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