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Objective 1.3 Review 11, Lesson 4, Implementing RAID. This section details how various methods of software RAID can be implemented on Windows Server 2003 systems. Microsoft Corporation. Windows Server 2003 Help and Support Center. Review Disk Defragmenter. Microsoft Corporation. Windows Server 2003 Help and Support Center. Review Disk Management. Objective 1.4 Review 10, Lessons 1 and 2: Installing Hardware Devices and Drivers and Configuring Hardware Devices and Drivers. These sections review some of the issues and processes an administrator should be aware of when they install and configure hardware devices. Microsoft Corporation. Windows Server 2003 Help and Support Center. Review Driver Signing. Microsoft Corporation. Windows Server 2003 Help and Support Center. Review Device Manager.
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The difference between basic and dynamic disks has a direct bearing on the options available to an administrator in managing the storage on a server. Dynamic disks provide more options than basic disks. Dynamic disks can be configured to use disk mir roring (RAID-1), disk spanning, striped volumes (RAID-0), and RAID-5 volumes. Basic disks do not have these options, they can be configured as simple or extended parti tions only. Disk management can be performed in two ways. The first is through the disk man agement console and the second is through the command-line interface. Both can be used to convert disks from basic to dynamic and back. The Initialize And Convert Disk Wizard, which runs whenever a new disk is installed on a server, can be used to initialize a hard disk and convert it from basic to dynamic. Only users with Administrator privileges, members of the Backup Operators group or users that have been especially delegated the appropriate authority are able to convert disks from basic to dynamic and back again. All disks can be converted from basic to dynamic. However, if a basic disk has data on it when the conversion takes place, it cannot be extended to span other disks as a native dynamic disk can. A converted dynamic disk, however, can be mirrored, which means that the operating system volume can be provided with fault tolerance. If a server has multiple operating systems installed the administrator should consider not converting the boot or system partitions to dynamic disks. A conversion to dynamic will mean that the server cannot boot into any other operating system than the one that performed this conversion. Another important method of managing hard disks is using Hardware RAID. A hardware RAID controller connects to multiple hard disk drives and controls the RAID pro cess. Hardware RAID controllers are usually much faster than a software RAID process like that of Windows Server 2003. Hardware RAID controllers also support more RAID types than are supported by Windows Server 2003. Volume mounting involves mounting a volume off a folder located on another volume. This mounted volume can be hosted on a disk that is either basic or dynamic. This enables a volume to appear to store more information than its actual physical capacity. It has the advantage of meaning that folders that require a great deal of capacity can be mounted on separate larger hard disk drives as not to fill the entire original volume.
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Managing and Maintaining Physical and Logical Devices (1.0)
Objective 1.1 Questions 1.
Rooslan is a systems administrator at a medium-sized organization that has a single Windows Server 2003 domain. His team is responsible for installing and maintaining six Windows Server 2003 systems. Each server has been configured as a stand-alone server and is not a member of the 2003 domain. Twelve new disk drives have arrived and two each are to be installed in each of these member servers. Rooslan delegates this task to an intern named Alex that is visiting the organization this month. Rooslan has configured Alex a simple user account that has been granted local logon rights on each of the servers via the local Group Policy Object (GPO). Organizational policy dic tates that under no circumstances should Alex s user account be made a member of the Administrators group on any of the Windows Server 2003 servers. Rooslan then asks Alex to convert each of the newly installed disks from basic to dynamic. Alex tries this but finds that he is unable to perform this task. Which of the following can Rooslan do without making Alex s user account a member of the Administrators group on each of these Windows Server 2003 stand-alone servers
A. Rooslan should add Alex s account to the Backup Operators group on each server. B. Rooslan should add Alex s account to the Backup Operators group in the domain. C. Rooslan should add Alex s account to the Power Users group in the domain. D. Rooslan should modify the local GPO on each Windows Server 2003 to give Alex s
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