Q) You are the administrator for your company's domain. All your servers run Windows Server 2008, and all your clients run Windows Vista. You plan to create a failover cluster with iSCSI disks. You are using third-party software to configure the iSCSI target. What should use to test whether your system, storage, and network configuration is suitable for a cluster?
a) Install the Cluster Validation Tool.
b) Run nlb.exe.
c) Run wlbs.exe
d) Run verclsid.exe.
Q) You are a server administrator for your organization. You have deployed Windows Server 2008 on the domain controllers. The client computers in your organization run Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) or Windows Vista SP1. You have deployed Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) on a Windows Server 2008 domain controller. You are setting up AD DS auditing. You need to enable and view all four directory service policy subcategories on a Windows Server 2008 domain controller. What should you do?
a) Enable the global Audit directory service access audit policy, and run GPedit.msc to view the audit policy subcategories.
b) Enable the Audit object access audit policy, and run GPedit.msc to view the audit policy subcategories.
c) Enable the Directory Service Changes audit policy subcategory, and run Auditpol.exe to view the audit policy subcategories.
d) Enable the Directory Service Access audit policy subcategory, and run Auditpol.exe to view the audit policy subcategories.
Q) You are the server administrator for your organization. Your organization has multiple Active Directory domains that include Windows Server 2008 domain controllers. You have deployed Windows Vista on all client computers. Your organization has multiple Windows Server 2008 servers configured with the File Services role. You need to recommend a solution to ensure that multiple shared folders located on different file servers appear as a single shared folder to users in the organization. What should you do?
a) Enable offline caching.
b) Implement Distributed File System (DFS) replication.
c) Implement a DFS namespace.
d) Implement volume shadowing
Q) Your company has a single Active Directory domain with branch offices in three cities. Each city is configured as an Active Directory site. All servers run Windows Server 2008, and all client computers run Windows Vista. Each office has a file server with shared folders. You want users in each office to be able to access and update the data in each file server's shared folder on a local server in each office. You also want to prevent a server that was offline for a long time from overwriting fresh data when it comes back online with stale data. Your solution should minimize hardware expenses. What should you configure?
a) Implement Distributed File System (DFS) Namespaces and DFS Replication.
b) Implement Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR).
c) Implement a Network Load Balancing cluster.
d) Implement a single copy cluster (SCC).
Q) You are the administrator for a single Active Directory domain. You have to upgrade all client computers to Windows Vista. All servers in the network run either Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008. You want to create a storage design infrastructure that can use block-based storage over an existing IP network infrastructure. What should you implement?
a) Implement iSCSI.
b) Implement Fiber Channel.
c) Implement Virtual Disk Service.
d) Implement Serial ATA.