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You are the administrator of a Windows Server 2003 IIS Web server. The Web site hosts a group of discussion forums. There is a secure Web site that can only be accessed by users entering a user name and password combination. One morning you have discov ered that the name of one of the accounts that use the secure Web site has been posted maliciously to the forums. You delete the post, but you want to begin auditing to see if anyone has tried to guess the password of the account by attempting to log on to the secure site. The Windows Server 2003 system currently runs on a stand-alone server that is not a member of a domain. Which type of event should you audit
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A. Audit Successful Logon Events B. Audit Failed Logon Events C. Audit Successful Account Logon Events D. Audit Failed Account Logon Events E. Audit Successful Object Access F. Audit Failed Object Access
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As a part of your company s policy, all actions by systems administrators related to accounts, such as account creation, deletion, renaming, as well as group creation, dele tion, and renaming, and account disabling and password changes must be audited. These events are to be stored in the Security log. To comply with this policy you are currently editing the default domain GPO. Which audit event should you enable
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A. Audit Successful Privilege Use B. Audit Failed Privilege Use C. Audit Successful Account Management D. Audit Failed Account Management E. Audit Successful Account Logon Events F. Audit Failed Account Logon Events
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Objective 4.6 Answers 1.
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Correct Answers: A and B
A. Correct: This is correct because you want to generate a list of people who have
successfully accessed this folder.
B. Correct: This is correct because you want to generate a list of people who have
unsuccessfully attempted to access this folder.
C. Incorrect: You are not interested in privilege use, only object access.
D. Incorrect: You are not interested in privilege use, only object access.
E. Incorrect: You are not interested in access to the directory service, only object
access.
F. Incorrect: You are not interested in access to the directory service, only object
access.
Correct Answers: E
A. Incorrect: Using a printer does not count as a privilege use; rather, it is an object
access.
B. Incorrect: Using a printer does not count as a privilege use; rather, it is an object
access.
C. Incorrect: Using a printer does not count as a system event; rather, it is an object
access.
D. Incorrect: Using a printer does not count as a system event; rather, it is an object
access.
E. Correct: This will generate a list in the Security log of all users who attempt to
print to the printer. Rooslan can later look through the Security log to see if any
other print jobs are sent to this printer on Sunday.
F. Incorrect: As the user is able to print to this printer there is no point auditing
failed object access, this will list users who have tried to print to the printer but
cannot.
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Managing and Maintaining a Server Environment (4.0)
Correct Answers: D
A. Incorrect: This type of event occurs when an account authenticates against a
domain controller. This is a stand-alone which is not a member of a domain.
B. Incorrect: This type of event occurs when an account authenticates against a
domain controller. This is a stand-alone which is not a member of a domain.
C. Incorrect: This will list all successful logon events to the stand-alone server. This
will not show unsuccessful attempts to log on to the stand-alone server.
D. Correct: This will list all failed attempts to log on to the stand-alone server. This
is the event type you should audit to check whether someone is trying to guess the password to the account name posted in the forums. As a security precaution, you should disable this account.
E. Incorrect: Objects do not need to be audited to complete the task listed in the
question; Account Logon events need to be audited.
F. Incorrect: Objects do not need to be audited to complete the task listed in the
question; Account Logon events need to be audited.
Correct Answers: C
A. Incorrect: The creation, deletion, and renaming of accounts is not a privilege
use, but is listed under another type of auditing event, Audit Account Management.
B. Incorrect: The creation, deletion, and renaming of accounts is not a privilege
use, but is listed under another type of auditing event, Audit Account Management.
C. Correct: Successful account management will write events to the system log each
time an account is created, deleted, or renamed, or if groups are created, deleted, or renamed, or if accounts are disabled or passwords are changed.
D. Incorrect: You are uninterested in failed account management events because
the administrators have the correct security privileges to perform account manage ment tasks.
E. Incorrect: The creation, deletion, and renaming of accounts is not a privilege
use, but is listed under another type of auditing event, Audit Account Management.
F. Incorrect: The creation, deletion, and renaming of accounts is not a privilege
use, but is listed under another type of auditing event, Audit Account Management.
Objective 4.7
Monitor Current System Performance
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Objective 4.7
Monitor Current System Performance
Maintaining a responsive server is very important for a systems administrator. A server that performs slowly will frustrate users who are likely to vent that frustration at the person responsible for managing those servers. A systems administrator should gener ate a baseline value for processor usage, network usage, disk usage, and memory usage soon after first configuring a server. The systems administrator should then reg ularly monitor the performance of the server to determine how current performance compares to the original base line. Performance statistics are generated by the Perfor mance console. The Performance console can also collect performance statistics from remote servers allowing administrators, at a glance, to compare the performance of the servers under their control.
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Objective 4.7 Questions 1.
You are concerned that the CPU on a print server that hosts 10 shared printers is not able to process spool files quickly enough. Which of the following ways will you be able to check whether your supposition is correct
A. In the shared printer properties, check the spooler processor usage statistic. B. Configure the Performance console to track the processor usage of the print spool
(Process\%Processor Time\spoolsv) on the Print Server over the period of a nor mal working day and configure the display to show the maximum value.
C. Configure the Performance console to track the processor usage of the print spool
(Process\%Processor Time\spoolsv) on the print server over the period of a nor mal working day and configure the display to show the average value.
D. Configure the Performance console to the processor usage of the print spool (Pro
cess\%Processor Time\spoolsv) on his workstation over the period of a normal working day and configure the display to show the average value.
Rooslan wants to get an idea as to why a particular Windows Server 2003 system is performing poorly. He is unsure whether the problem is the disk drives, the processor, or the amount of available memory. Which of the following should he do to get a better idea about each system s performance over the course of a day (Select all that apply.)
A. He should use the Performance console to track the values of % Processor Time,
Current Disk Queue Length, and Available MBytes. He should configure the view to display maximum values and run the console over the course of a normal oper ating day.
B. He should use the Performance console to track the values of % Processor Time,
Current Disk Queue Length, and Available MBytes. He should configure the view to display current values and run the console over the course of a normal operat ing day.
C. He should use the Performance console to track the values of % Processor Time,
Current Disk Queue Length, and Available MBytes. He should configure the view to display minimum values and run the console over the course of a normal oper ating day.
D. He should use the Performance console to track the values of % Processor Time,
Current Disk Queue Length, and Available MBytes. He should configure the view to display average values and run the console over the course of a normal oper ating day.
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