d. You can either create a new tree or join an existing one with the Active Directory Installation Wizard. You can’t create an OU with the AD Installation Wizard.
c. Active Directory requires a DNS server. There aren’t any primary and backup domain controllers in a Windows 2000 network running in native mode, which is a prerequisite for Active Directory. All Windows 2000 domain controllers are peers.
c. You can look for your domain listed in My Network Places. Network Neighborhood has been replaced by My Network Places in Windows 2000. My Computer and the Control Panel won’t provide easy verification of the domain’s creation.
d. Microsoft Management Console is the name of the customizable configuration framework. The other choices don’t really exist in Windows 2000.
b. Intrasite replication is within a site, intersite replication is between sites. Both types of replication take place in native mode only.
d. Sites are designed to facilitate information transfer between devices by available bandwidth, regardless of proximity to the other devices in the site.
b and d. You can use either TCP/IP or SMTP for site replication traffic. HTTP and IPX/SPX can’t be used for site replication in Windows 2000.
c. Site link cost is a method of assigning values to multiple potential connections that could be used for replication traffic.
a. Both intersite and intrasite replication use a virtual ring topology for replication traffic regardless of the physical wiring of the network. ...