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MCSE: Windows 2000 Exams in a Nutshell by Paul Murphy, Michael Moncur

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All the new designs for the 2003 model year have been approved from the design department, and these files need to be moved to a new domain in the prototyping division. To make the Active Directory more intuitive, all designs are stored in folders under the control of the Designers Organizational Unit. Permissions for most of the designs are set at the OU level, although some files also have individual user permissions set. When you move the designs to the prototyping division, they will be stored in the Prototyping Organizational Unit. All the prototype workers have permissions for the Prototyping Organizational Unit and must be able to access all the designs immediately after the move is made. You move the files and check one to make sure the files inherited permissions of the destination OU. All appears to be well with the move, so you turn off your cell phone and pager and go to lunch, confident in the fact that permissions were inherited.

Multiple Choice

  1. Why can’t the prototyping department open all of the newly moved files?

    1. The prototyping department’s domain controller hasn’t been rebooted.

    2. Any files transferred into an OU never inherit permissions.

    3. Individual file permissions override the destination OU’s permissions.

    4. The source OU’s permissions override the destination OU’s permissions.

  2. If you want to be certain permissions have been properly transferred, what is ...

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