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Exam Prep Questions

  1. What is the default behavior in Windows Server 2003 RTM (Released to Manufacturing) version (pre-SP1 and pre-R2) when you attempt to drag and drop a computer account from the Computers container into an organizational unit using the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) console? (Choose the best answer.)

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    A.

    Drag and drop functionality is not supported in this version.

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    B.

    The computer account is moved.

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    C.

    You are prompted by a message box to confirm or cancel your action.

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    D.

    It depends on whether an administrator has disabled the drag and drop feature.

  2. Which of the following methods can you use to create computer accounts in Active Directory under Windows Server 2003? (Choose three.)

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    A.

    Log on to a domain from a Windows 98 computer.

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    B.

    Join a domain from a Windows NT 4.0 computer.

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    C.

    Prestage a computer account from the ADUC console.

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    D.

    Prestage a computer account using the dsget computer command.

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    E.

    Prestage a computer account using the dsadd computer command.

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    F.

    Join a domain from a Windows 95 computer with the Active Directory client software installed.

  3. How can you take advantage of the increased functionality under MMC 3.0? Choose two. Both answers are required for a complete solution.

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    A.

    Install SP1 for Windows Server 2003.

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    B.

    Install R2 for Windows Server 2003.

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    C.

    Download and install MMC 2.0 from Microsoft's website.

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    D.

    Add the Value UseNewUI to the Windows Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MMC.

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    E.

    Enable the new functionality by selecting the Add or Remove Snap-in dialog box from the File menu under MMC 3.0.

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    F.

    Add the subkey UseNewUI to the Windows Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MMC.

  4. As an administrator for the ExamCram.corp domain, how can you run the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC snap-in? (Choose two.)

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    A.

    Double-click the file dsa.mmc in the %systemroot%\system32 folder from Windows Explorer.

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    B.

    Click Start, Run, type aduc.msc, and click OK.

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    C.

    Double-click the file dsa.msc in the %systemroot%\system32 folder from Windows Explorer.

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    D.

    Double-click the file aduc.msc in the %systemroot%\system32 folder from Windows Explorer.

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    E.

    Click Start, Run, type mmc, and click OK. Click File, Add/Remove Snap-in, select Active Directory Users and Computers from the list of available snap-ins, click Add, and then click OK.

  5. What happens if you attempt to run an application program using the Run option as a different user than the user who is currently logged on, but you type in an incorrect user name or password? (Choose the best answer.)

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    A.

    The program runs using the security credentials of the currently logged-on user.

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    B.

    You see a logon failure error message box appear on the screen.

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    C.

    The Run As option gives you three more chances to type in the correct password before it logs off the current user.

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    D.

    At the Run As dialog box, you must type in the correct username and password for the currently logged-on user if you want to run the program after entering an incorrect username or password.

  6. Which of the following features are not new in MMC 3.0? (Choose three.)

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    A.

    Improved error handling

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    B.

    The Results pane

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    C.

    Redesigned Add or Remove Snap-in dialog box

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    D.

    The Console Tree

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    E.

    The Windows Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MMC

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    F.

    The Action Pane

  7. How can you perform a bulk import of users into Active Directory to create many user accounts at one time?

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    A.

    Use the dsadd.exe command.

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    B.

    Use the ADUC console.

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    C.

    Use the net user command.

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    D.

    Use the csvde.exe command.

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    E.

    Use the dsmod.exe command.

  8. Which of the following commands can perform bulk imports and exports into and out of Active Directory using a file format that is compatible with the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol?

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    A.

    The dsquery.exe command

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    B.

    The dsrm.exe command

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    C.

    The net user command

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    D.

    The ldifde.exe command

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    E.

    The notepad.exe utility

  9. Which of the following command-line commands can you use to rename an object within Active Directory?

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    A.

    dsadd

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    B.

    dsquery

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    C.

    dsmove

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    D.

    dsrm

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    E.

    dsget

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    F.

    net user

  10. While remaining logged on at the console to a Windows Server 2003 computer as Joe User, how can you successfully run the following applets and programs as the domain administrator? (Choose two.)

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    A.

    In Control Panel, right-click the Network Connections icon and select Run As. Select the option button for The Following User, type domain_name\administrator in the Username box, type the proper password in the Password box, and click OK.

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    B.

    Click Start and point to All Programs, right-click the Internet Explorer icon and select Run As. Select the option button for The Following User, type domain_name\administrator in the Username box, type the proper password in the Password box, and click OK.

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    C.

    In Control Panel, hold down the Shift key, right-click the Printers and Faxes icon and select Run As. Select the option button for The Following User, type domain_name\administrator in the Username box, type the proper password in the Password box, and click OK.

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    D.

    In Control Panel, hold down the Shift key, right-click the Display icon and select Run As. Select the option button for The Following User, type domain_name\administrator in the Username box, type the proper password in the Password box, and click OK.

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    E.

    Click Start and point to All Programs, Administrative Tools, and click Active Directory Users and Computers. When prompted, select the option button for The Following User, type domain_name\administrator in the Username box, type the proper password in the Password box, and click OK.

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