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A. The zone file on DC7 contains the host resource records for all the clients in the fourthcoffee.com domain. B. DC5 is authoritative for the denver.fourthcoffee.com DNS zone. C. If you open the DNS console and access DC7 server properties, the SOE tab will be present but the parameters are unavailable. D. DC1 is the only domain controller on which you can access the Security tab in the DNS server properties dialog box.
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Litware, Inc. is a large, multinational corporation with its headquarters in Chicago and large offices all over the world. The Singapore office is experiencing rapid expansion. Singapore has considerable autonomy and users in Singapore seldom access resources in Chicago. Users in Chicago access resources in Singapore sporadically. However, when they do access these resources, they need to be able to do so without undue delay. To reduce replication traffic over WAN links, the Delegation Of Control Wizard has been used to create the child DNS zone singapore.litwareinc.com, for which the Sin gapore domain controllers are authoritative. Both the singapore.litwareinc.com and the litwareinc.com zones are Active Directory integrated. Users in Chicago report that access to resources in Singapore is becoming increasingly slow as the Singapore operation expands. How can you improve access to Singapore without unduly increasing network traffic
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A. Create a secondary DNS server for singapore.litwareinc.com in the Chicago office. B. Install a caching-only server in Chicago. C. Install a stub server for singapore.litwareinc.com in Chicago. D. Configure a forwarder in Chicago to forward queries to a DNS server in Singapore.
Your small business has a peer-to-peer network with Windows 98 and Microsoft Windows NT 4 Workstation clients and a single Windows NT 4 file and print server. You do not use DHCP. You upgrade the server to Windows Server 2003 and decide to take advantage of DDNS. You install DNS on the server, and you configure the stan dard primary forward zone to use dynamic updates. You configure all PCs (including the server) to use the server s IP address as the preferred DNS server. You reboot all the clients. You find that some clients fail to register resource records in DNS. What action should you take A. Open the DNS console. On the Advanced tab of the server s properties dialog box, select the Always Update DNS option. B. Configure a reverse lookup zone. C. Manually create host A resource records for the Windows NT 4 Workstation clients. D. Manually create host A resource records for the Windows 98 clients.
You work for Margie s Travel, which has a main office in Detroit and small branch offices in Toledo and Cleveland. DNS is implemented on a standard primary server and a standard secondary server in Detroit. All client PCs in the organization are configured to access one of these servers as their preferred DNS server, and the other as their alter nate DNS server. Clients in the branch office access resources in Detroit regularly. They report that access is often slow. You do not want to increase traffic on the WAN links. How should you improve resource access for branch office staff A. Install a caching-only DNS server in the Cleveland and Toledo branches. B. Install a secondary DNS server in the Cleveland and Toledo branches. C. Install a stub DNS server in the Cleveland and Toledo branches. D. Install a domain controller in the Cleveland and Toledo branches.
Proseware, Inc. has sites in several different countries. Active Directory integrated DNS has been installed for the forest root domain, proseware.com. The DNS Server service is installed on four Windows Server 2003 domain controllers in Proseware s main facil ity in the United States. The servers are named Pixie, Dixie, Tom, and Jerry. They do not host any DNS zones other than proseware.com.
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Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Name Resolution (2.0)
You are a consultant tasked with implementing Proseware s network infrastructure in Europe. You install a domain controller called London and create the Active Directory child domain europe.proseware.com. The DNS service on London is Active Directory integrated. Authority for the europe.proseware.com DNS zone is delegated to London. You configure the Preferred DNS Server field in the TCP/IP properties dialog box for London to point to London s IP address. How can you ensure that name resolution requests originating in the europe.proseware.com domain for resources in the proseware.com domain are dealt with efficiently A. Configure Pixie, Dixie, Tom, and Jerry as conditional forwarders on London. B. Configure Jerry as a master name server for London. C. Add Pixie, Dixie, Tom, and Jerry to the root hints on London. D. Configure Pixie, Dixie, Tom, and Jerry as alternative DNS servers on London.
You administer an Active Directory domain that has 200 clients. DNS is set up as a stan dard primary zone on a stand-alone server. Your network uses registered IP addresses. You want your DNS server to perform recursive queries on behalf of DNS clients to resolve FQDNs of external Internet sites, while still continuing to resolve internal host names. How do you configure the DNS server A. Configure the DNS server as a caching-only server. B. Configure the DNS server to use forwarders. C. Configure the DNS server as a stub server. D. Configure the primary zone to allow dynamic updates.
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You administer a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domain with 100 Windows NT 4 Workstation clients. The clients are statically configured, and they have static entries in the DNS zone domain1.local. DNS is Active Directory integrated and allows only secure dynamic updates. You upgrade all your clients to Windows XP Professional. You install DHCP, and you configure your clients to obtain their IP configurations and their preferred DNS server addresses automatically. DHCP is configured to always update client records in DNS. Clients report that they can no longer access other clients by host name. You examine the DNS database and find that A resource records are not being updated, but PTR resource records are. How should you solve this problem A. Reconcile the DHCP scope. B. Manually delete all the static A resource records. Run Ipconfig /registerdns on each client PC. C. Run Dnscmd /ageallrecords domain1.local. D. Run Dnscmd /startscavenging.
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On the morning after your organization has been closed for a two-week vacation, sev eral users report that they cannot access an intranet Web site on your Windows Server 2003 network from the browsers on their clients running Windows XP Professional. You ping the Web server s static IP address from your own PC and the ping times out. You check the Web server PC and discover that it has become disconnected from the network. You plug it back in and run Ipconfig /registerdns followed by Net stop netlogon and Net start netlogon. You can now access the Web site by typing the URL into your browser. However, the clients that previously could not access the site using their browsers still cannot access them. How do you solve this problem (Choose all that apply). A. Run Ipconfig /release and then Ipconfig /renew on the Web server.
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