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A. Lee should configure Volume Shadow Copy services on the second hard disk drive by using disk properties. B. Lee should configure Volume Shadow Copy services on the first hard disk drive by using disk properties. C. Lee should configure the disks in a RAID-5 configuration using the hardware RAID controller s configuration utility. D. Lee should configure the disks in a RAID-0 configuration using the hardware RAID controller s configuration utility. E. Lee should configure the disks in a RAID-1 configuration using the hardware RAID controller s configuration utility.
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You have just installed a SCSI controller and three attached 100-GB SCSI disk drives to your Windows Server 2003 system. You start the server after installing the hardware, log on with an account that has administrative privileges, and run the Disk Management console. As soon as the console comes up, you are confronted by the Initialize And Convert Disk Wizard. Which of the following can you do to the newly installed SCSI disks by using this wizard (Select all that apply.) A. Initialize new disks. B. Convert dynamic disks to basic disks. C. Convert basic disks to dynamic disks. D. Create mirrored disk pairs. E. Create striped sets. F. Create RAID-5 volumes. G. Create spanned volumes. H. Create a primary partition. I. Create an extended partition.
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The disks on a computer running Windows Server 2003 computer are configured as shown. Volume Alpha hosts the boot and system volumes. If no changes are made to the current disk configuration, which of the following statements are true (Select all that apply.)
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A. Volume Alpha can be extended into the unallocated space on Disk 1. B. Volume Alpha can be extended into the unallocated space on Disk 2.
C. Volume Beta can be extended into the unallocated space on Disk 1. D. Volume Epsilon can be extended into the unallocated space on Disk 2. E. Volume Delta can be extended into the unallocated space on Disk 1.
The performance of a file server running Windows Server 2003 in your department has degraded over time. A coworker suggests that the volume hosting the shared files might be heavily fragmented and that you could improve performance if you ran the Disk Defragmenter. Prior to defragmenting the volume, you run the fsutil utility, which informs you that the volume is in a dirty state. Given this information, which step would it be prudent for you to take prior to attempting to defragment the disk A. Delete files on the volume so that there is at least 15 percent free space available. B. Convert the disk hosting the volume to dynamic. C. Run chkdsk /f on the volume. D. Run fsutil reparsepoint to delete any mount points on the volume.
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Objective 1.1 Answers 1.
Correct Answers: A and D A. Correct: The Backup Operators group has the right to perform the conversion task. B. Incorrect: This will not work because these are stand-alone servers and are not members of the domain. C. Incorrect: This will not work because these are stand-alone servers and are not members of the domain. There is also no Power Users group in the domain; the Power Users group exists only on stand-alone servers. D. Correct: This will work because users who have this right assigned through GPO can perform tasks such as defragmentation and conversion. E. Incorrect: Taking ownership of files and folders has nothing to do with basic-todynamic disk conversion.
Correct Answers: B A. Incorrect: Rooslan has achieved the primary goal by installing new 100-GB hard disks, and, by copying the user data across, he has added space to each of the shares. B. Correct: Rooslan has achieved the primary goal by installing new 100-GB hard disks and, by copying the user data across, he has added space to each of the shares. Rooslan has achieved the first secondary goal by mounting the disks as the user data folder. Under the current shared folder hierarchy, there is no need to introduce extra shared folders. The files copied will not retain their NTFS permissions, so the third secondary goal will not be achieved. Nowhere has it been mentioned that any type of fault tolerance has been used; therefore, the second secondary goal has not been achieved. C. Incorrect: Rooslan has achieved the first secondary goal by mounting the disks as the user data folder under the current shared folder hierarchy. There is no need to introduce extra shared folders. The files copied will not retain their NTFS permissions, so the third secondary goal will not be achieved. Nowhere has it been mentioned that that any type of fault tolerance has been introduced, so the second secondary goal has not been achieved. D. Incorrect: Rooslan has achieved the first secondary goal by mounting the disks as the user data folder under the current shared folder hierarchy. There is no need to introduce extra shared folders. The files copied will not retain their NTFS permissions, so the third secondary goal will not be achieved. No type of fault tolerance has been introduced, so the second secondary goal has not been achieved.
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