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

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Chapter 25. Practice Tests

Test Questions

  1. What should you know about a company before you install an Active Directory for them?

    1. The geographic, divisional, and departmental layout of the company

    2. The security requirements of each location and department

    3. The predicted growth pattern for the next five years

    4. All of the above

  2. Which domain structure is generally easier to maintain?

    1. A single domain with multiple subdomains sharing a single AD

    2. Multiple domains sharing a single AD

    3. A single domain with multiple subdomains with individual ADs

    4. Multiple domains with multiple ADs

  3. Two companies are merging, neither of which has a computer network. They decide they want to use Windows 2000 and Active Directory. They have a small IT staff and would like to have a single domain. However, they’d like to keep their naming systems relatively separate. What can you do to best accommodate their needs?

    1. Create two domains and create two one-way trust relationships between them.

    2. Create a single domain, giving one company the root domain name and making the other a sub-domain.

    3. Create an empty root domain and give each company a sub-domain name.

    4. Tell them they must use a hyphenated name if they wish to have a single domain.

  4. Which type of Active Directory container is most useful in mapping company departmental structure for the assignment and inheritance of permissions?

    1. Domain local accounts

    2. Global accounts

    3. Trees

    4. Organizational Units

  5. What is the process of putting one group inside of another called?

    1. Hive management

    2. Nesting

    3. Inheritance ...

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