d. You should know as much as possible about the company before you begin to configure Active Directory. You can’t take full advantage of Active Directory without this information.
a. It’s easiest to maintain a single domain that uses multiple subdomains and a single Active Directory.
c. An empty root domain will allow the subdomains to retain naming separation, while taking advantage of the single domain for administrative and maintenance purposes.
d. Organizational Units are the best way to model Active Directory after a company’s departmental structure.
b. Putting groups inside of other groups is called nesting.
d. External trusts can only occur between two domains residing in different forests.
a. Shortcut trusts can only be used between two domains in the same forest.
b. Only members of the Enterprise Admins group can apply Group Policies at the site level.
d. You can decrease the latency of a connection by providing more bandwidth, but that won’t decrease the cost. Cost is determined by the amount of information being sent over the connection, not by the speed or the percentage of available bandwidth.
c. A site link bridge is the virtual connection formed between multiple sites that are linked to the same site.
b. Global groups are valid across the entire forest and replicate only the group name between domains, not the individual members of the group. This uses less bandwidth than universal groups, which replicate the member information for the group along ...