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B. Incorrect: If both computers are configured to use NAT relationships rather than route relationships, a connection cannot be established. Connections can only be established when the relationship is route-route, route-NAT, or NAT-route. C. Correct: Fragment filtering adversely affects the certificate-exchange process and must be disabled on the ISA Server 2004 computers for L2TP-over-IPSec VPN connections to be established. D. Incorrect: Setting this option, which is not enabled by default, is likely to cause problems rather than resolve them. If there is a problem with the certificateexchange process, it is unlikely that it is because certificates are not being checked for validity. This option can be configured by selecting the Specify Certificate Revocation option in the General node.
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Correct Answers: D A. Incorrect: MTU can only be set in the registry, and only by adding an entry named MTU of type REG_DWORD with the appropriate value. MTU cannot be set by editing Dial-Up Preferences. B. Incorrect: MTU can only be set in the registry, and only by adding an entry named MTU of type REG_DWORD with the appropriate value. MTU cannot be changed by altering the IP Preferences. C. Incorrect: MTU can only be set in the registry, and only by adding an entry named MTU of type REG_DWORD with the appropriate value. MTU cannot be set by editing the VPN Clients Properties. D. Correct: MTU can only be set in the registry, and only by adding an entry named MTU of type REG_DWORD with the appropriate value.
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Correct Answers: D A. Incorrect: This will attempt to connect to the first branch office s ISA Server rather than resolve the issue, which is due to the BranchOne user account s being used to attempt authentication for the BranchTwo network, when both user account name and network name must match for L2TP-over-IPSec authentication to occur. B. Incorrect: According to the question, there is no problem with the site-to-site connection to the first branch office, hence you should not alter the settings of the first branch office s remote network. The problem is due to the BranchOne user account s being used to attempt authentication for the BranchTwo network, when both user account name and network name must match for L2TP-over-IPSec authentication to occur.
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C. Incorrect: The network name must match the user account name used for authentication. Gatewaytwo.contoso.com is the name of the remote VPN gateway, not the name of the remote network configured in ISA Server 2004. D. Correct: The network name must match the user account name used for authentication. Because you had copied the original remote-access network settings, the problem was that the BranchOne user account was being used to attempt to authenticate the BranchTwo network connection.
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Correct Answers: A, C, and E A. Correct: All accounts should have the Dial-In Remote Access Permission set to Allow rather than to Control Access Through Remote Access Policy. By setting this permission manually, you will override any possible policy conflicts, which is important because VPN site-to-site links should always be available. B. Incorrect: All accounts should have the Dial-In Remote Access Permission set to Allow rather than to Control Access Through Remote Access Policy because there may be times when the policy does not allow access, something that you do not want for site-to-site VPN links. C. Correct: According to the graphic, the Traralgon user account is currently disabled. This account must be enabled if it is to be used to authenticate L2TPover-IPSec connections. D. Incorrect: There is no reason why these user accounts would need to be members of the Victoria group. E. Correct: Computer accounts cannot be used to authenticate L2TP-over-IPSec site-to-site VPN connections.
Correct Answers: C and D A. Incorrect: You need to obtain a root certificate from ent-ca.contoso.internal and install it on the Tailspin Toys ISA Server computer for that computer to trust certificates issued by the Contoso CA. B. Incorrect: You need to obtain a root certificate from ent-ca.tailspintoys.internal and install it on the Contoso ISA Server computer for that computer to trust certificates issued by the Tailspin Toys CA. C. Correct: For a computer to trust a noncommercial CA, you must install a root certificate from that CA on the computer. Once that is done, certificates directly issued from that CA, or from CAs that have been issued a signing certificate by that CA, will be trusted by the computer. D. Correct: For a computer to trust a noncommercial CA, you must install a root certificate from that CA on the computer. Once that is done, certificates directly issued from that CA, or from CAs that have been issued a signing certificate by that CA, will be trusted by the computer.
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