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D. Create a second shared printer called Snrprtnr and point it to the same high-speed
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laser printer device. Set the priority of this printer to 99. Create a security group and add the accounts of the 15 legal secretaries who do not work for senior part ners to this security group. Only give this group permission to print to the Snrprtnr shared printer. Ensure that the original shared printer retains the default printing priority of 1. Configure the workstations of the five legal secretaries who work for senior partners to print to the Snrprtnr shared printer rather than the original shared printer.
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Objective 4.5 Answers 1.
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Correct Answers: A
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A. Correct: A printer pool will share jobs sent to the shared printer to two separate
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B. Incorrect: This will not work for several reasons. The first is that priorities are
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assigned to shared printers, not to users. Two shared printers print to the same print device, and the one with the higher priority gets to print first. Jobs sent to a printer with priority 99 will print more quickly than those sent with priority 1.
C. Incorrect: This will not work because priorities are assigned to shared printers,
not the users. Two shared printers print to the same print device, and the one with the higher priority gets to print first.
D. Incorrect: The question states that the secretaries should not be forced to check
which printers have longer queues than others.
Correct Answers: D
A. Incorrect: Shared printers do not block the printing of jobs based on the number
of pages in the job.
B. Incorrect: Quotas cannot be set on shared printers in Windows Server 2003. C. Incorrect: This will not solve this problem because the problem appears to be
insufficient disk space to host a large spool file.
D. Correct: The larger jobs are not printing because the print spool does not have
enough disk space for large files. The smaller spools associated with smaller jobs are able to be created because their spool files are able to be created in the available space.
Objective 4.5
Troubleshooting Issues Related to Print Queues
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Correct Answers: C
A. Incorrect: In this case Gregory will still have to wait for Phillip s document to fin
ish printing before his document will be output from the printer.
B. Incorrect: This will give Gregory s document the lowest priority and it will mean
that it prints after the rest of the documents in the queue. Further, if any other jobs are submitted, they will be queued above Gregory s.
C. Correct: This will get Gregory s document printed quickly. Other users docu
ments will follow Gregory s. If you remove the pause after the other documents have printed, Phillip s document will continue printing.
D. Incorrect: This will mean that Gregory has to wait for Darren s, James s, and
Lee s documents to print, because they have a higher priority than his document.
Correct Answers: A
A. Correct: This will enable the documents of the five legal secretaries who work
for senior partners to print with higher priority than those of the other 15 members of the secretary pool.
B. Incorrect: A priority of 1 means that those secretaries that work for senior part
ners will have to wait until all other print jobs are finished before their print jobs will output on the high-speed laser printer.
C. Incorrect: This will give the print jobs of the 15 legal secretaries who do not
work for senior partners higher printing priority than the print jobs of the five legal secretaries who work for senior partners.
D. Incorrect: The secretaries who work for senior partners will be unable to access
the Snrprtnr shared printer because access has been given to the 15 other legal secretaries but not to them.
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Managing and Maintaining a Server Environment (4.0)
Objective 4.6
Monitor Events
The event monitor allows a systems administrator to view the activity that is occurring on the servers that they administer. The event monitor in conjunction with an efficient audit policy will allow the administrator to determine which users are using a particular right. Auditing is configured by means of Group Policy and should be configured at the Domain Level. In some cases, as with object access, further steps must be taken by adding particular groups whose activities the administrator wishes to audit.
Objective 4.6
Monitor Events
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Objective 4.6 Questions 1.
You are the systems administrator for a medium-sized organization. You have been instructed by management to generate an audit log of all users who attempt to access a particular folder which stores confidential company financial information. Manage ment is interested not only in those users that successfully access the folder in question but also those users who attempt to access the folder but are stopped because they have insufficient NTFS permissions. Which of the following types of auditing should you configure (Select all that apply.)
A. Successful Object Access B. Failed Object Access C. Successful Privilege Use D. Failed Privilege Use E. Successful Directory Service Access F. Failed Directory Service Access
Rooslan is the systems administrator for a small company that has fewer than 100 users. One Sunday when he was checking the backup tapes he noticed one of the color laser printers printing out inappropriate pictures in violation of company policy. No one else was in the office that day and he checked the remote access logs and found that 10 users were connected to the company network from home. He believes that the person who printed these pictures would come in later to collect them before they would be found when everyone returned to work on Monday morning. Of the 10 users who were logged on by remote access at the time, only five had the requisite permissions to print to that particular color laser printer. Rooslan configures a domain audit policy for a particular type of audit event and then uses the Shared Printer s advanced security features to audit use on the group that has access to the printer. Which type of audit event should Rooslan have configured in Group Policy to locate who has printed to this particular printer on Sunday afternoon
A. Audit Successful Privilege Use B. Audit Failed Privilege Use C. Audit Successful System Events D. Audit Failed System Events E. Audit Successful Object Access F. Audit Failed Object Access
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