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

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Case Study

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You are a network consultant working for the law firm of Figby, Tillman, and Figby. You are setting up a new network with 2 servers running Windows 2000 Server, 15 workstations running Windows 2000 Professional, and various other computers running Windows 98 and Linux.

The network will span two locations with a router and a WAN link connecting them. One server will be placed at each location. Your goals are to create a cohesive network that will be easy to administer and expand in the future.

Multiple Choice

  1. Which would be the best network transport protocol for the new network?

    1. TCP/IP

    2. IPX/SPX

    3. NetBEUI

    4. None of the above

  2. You want to automatically assign IP addresses using DHCP. How many DHCP servers are required?

    1. One

    2. Two

    3. None

  3. Later, you are setting up a third location. You have added a server running Windows 2000 Server at the new location. The server has two network cards and has been connected to the WAN and to its local network. Which of the following additional hardware or software will be required to complete the configuration of the new location? (Select all that apply.)

    1. Router

    2. Routing and Remote Access installed on server

    3. DHCP server installed on server

    4. DHCP relay activated on server

Create a Tree

  1. Place the following network protocols under the headings Routable and Not Routable.

    1. TCP/IP

    2. IPX/SPX

    3. NetBEUI

    4. AppleTalk

    5. DLC

  2. You are arranging for some of the workstations to be used remotely via ...

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