Objective 4.8 in .NET framework

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Monitor File and Print Servers
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Correct Answers: D
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A. Incorrect: No one except Laherty has access to these permissions and Laherty
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only visits on Fridays. Rob has only been unable to print his large file since Wednesday, indicating that this is not the problem.
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B. Incorrect: Windows Server 2003 does not natively support print quotas. C. Incorrect: This is unlikely because Rob was able to print a smaller color picture
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to the printer at a later time.
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D. Correct: Print jobs are spooled before being sent to the printer. In this situation
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the server has only a single volume, which has quotas applied. It is likely that Rob s job is unable to spool because the spool file surpasses his quota limit.
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E. Incorrect: This is unlikely because another user was able to print the same file to
the printer.
F. Incorrect: This is unlikely because another user was able to print the same file to
the printer.
Correct Answers: D
A. Incorrect: These statistics do not exist. B. Incorrect: This will not generate the requisite information about number of jobs
printed.
C. Incorrect: This will not generate the requisite information about number of
pages printed.
D. Correct: This will generate the information that Rooslan wants. Rooslan may
wish to leave this console running for some time to make sure that the figures are accurate. He may also wish to restart each of the servers at a similar time so that he doesn t have one server that has been operating for a significantly longer period of time skewing the results.
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Managing and Maintaining a Server Environment (4.0)
Objective 4.9
Manage a Web Server
Internet Information Services (IIS) version 6 ships with Windows Server 2003 but is not installed by default. A version of Windows Server 2003 that is built just for serving up Web pages is also available; it is called the Web Edition. The basic functionality of IIS is to serve up Web pages, whether that be to clients connecting remotely by the Internet or hosts connecting by the LAN. IIS can be used to do far more though. IIS can be used as a platform to support .NET Web services, Windows Media services, certificate services, and HTML remote administration of the Windows Server 2003 system. IIS also supports an FTP service, which can be used for file transfer between remote hosts and the server. IIS also supports a Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) service allow ing newsgroups to be hosted off the server, which can be read by clients such as Outlook Express, as well as other newsgroup clients. Access to IIS can be configured in several ways. Access can be restricted or granted based upon IP address, DNS name, or Network Address. Access can also be restricted to only those hosts that have the correct certificate or by Windows authentication, lim iting access only to those users that have accounts on the system or within the domain. These forms of restriction and access are not mutually exclusive, for example: Clients can still be asked to provide authentication credentials even if they come from hosts that reside within an allowed network range. The number of connections to a Web site can also be limited. This can be useful for several reasons: The first is to stop too many users from overloading the server and causing performance to suffer; the second is to reduce the Web server s impact on the Internet connection in case of a flood of traffic.
Objective 4.9
Manage a Web Server
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Objective 4.9 Questions 1.
Rooslan is the administrator of a Windows Server 2003 system that runs Internet Infor mation Services. The server hosts a single Web site that contains confidential company information. This information should only be accessible by specific hosts from partic ular subnets within the corporate WAN. Rooslan would like to enable hosts to access the server only from the following IP address ranges: 10.10.10.1 through 10.10.10.126 10.10.10.129 through 10.10.10.190 10.10.20.225 through 10.10.20.238 10.10.30.193 through 10.10.30.254 Rooslan edits the default Web site properties, navigates to the Directory Security tab, and clicks Edit in the IP Address And Domain Name Restrictions frame. He selects Denied Access and then clicks Add to list the exceptions. Which of the following Network ID and Subnet Masks should he enter to limit access to the IP address ranges specified above (Select all that apply.)
A. Network ID: 10.10.10.0, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.128 B. Network ID: 10.10.10.0, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 C. Network ID: 10.10.10.128, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.64 D. Network ID: 10.10.10.128, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.192 E. Network ID: 10.10.20.224, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.224 F. Network ID: 10.10.20.224, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.240 G. Network ID: 10.10.30.192, Subnet mask: 255.255.255.192
Oksana is concerned that a new Web site that she is about to launch will quickly overload her company s connection to the Internet. The Web site will be hosted on a Windows Server 2003 system running IIS 6.0 and contains streaming media as well as files for download. Oksana has talked to the network administrator and he has suggested that the Web site can use a maximum of 2 MB per second of the company s bandwidth without causing significant problems. Oksana would also like to limit the maximum number of users connecting to the Web site to 200 at a time. Which of the following should Oksana do to place these traffic restrictions on her Web site (Select all that apply.)
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