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Correct Answers: A and D A. Correct: The user account will need to be made a member of the same group as the deleted user account. If the user account already exists in groups you re adding it to, it will need to be removed first and then added again. The previous account, although using the same account name, will have a different SID. Resource permissions for the group will not have to be reassigned because the only piece of information that is changing in this situation is the membership of the group. B. Incorrect: The computer account is not tied to a particular user account, so it need not be reset. Resetting the computer account is only necessary when the computer account becomes unsynchronized with the domain. C. Incorrect: Group policies are applied to sites, domains, and OUs. Whatever OU the new user account is placed within, the Group Policies for that OU, and the Group Policies at the domain level, will apply automatically and refresh automatically as soon as the user logs on. D. Correct: Any individual user account permission assignments that were made will have to be re-created. If the user account already exists in groups you re adding it to, it will need to be removed first, then added. The previous account, although using the same account name, will have a different SID. E. Incorrect: The permissions for groups have not changed, just the membership, so no new permissions for the groups are needed based on the group taking on a new member. The user s token will add the list of all groups of which the user is a member to its list of SIDs when the user logs on.
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Correct Answers: D A. Incorrect: This action will extend Joe s authority far beyond the boundaries of the Finance OU to include the entire domain. There might also be additional capabilities and permissions that are associated with the Account Operators group that have not been delegated to the Itadmin3 group. B. Incorrect: The OU membership of Joe s account has nothing to do with his permission to administer the user accounts in the Finance OU. Group membership in the Itadmin3 group is what gives the delegated authority, not the user s account membership in an OU. C. Incorrect: Resetting of a computer account is necessary when a computer becomes unsynchronized from the domain, and is unrelated to the permissions of the user logged on to the computer at the time. As long as the computer can
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communicate with the domain, which it can do as evidenced by Joe being logged on and able to attach to Active Directory, the user s permissions are what govern their ability to perform an administrative task such as this one. D. Correct: The group membership will not take effect until Joe s credentials are reevaluated and a new token assigned that contains his new group membership. This token assignment occurs only at logon. Because Joe was logged on to his computer at the time of the group membership change, his token does not contain the SIDs associated with his new group membership.
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Correct Answers: A A. Correct: The share permissions of Read for Joe s user account and the Finance global group are limiting his access to Read permission. The most restrictive of the two effective permissions between NTFS and share permissions will take effect. B. Incorrect: The location of Joe s user account in the Active Directory has nothing to do with resource access. Users, Groups, and Computers are the only directory objects that are security principals, being able to have resource permissions assigned. C. Incorrect: Joe s effective NTFS permission is Read, Write because of his membership in the Finance global group. The restriction is coming from his effective share permission of Read, not through a limitation of NTFS permissions. D. Incorrect: Removing Joe from the Employees global group will have no effect in this case because the restriction of Write permission derives from the share permission, not an NTFS permission. Once either Joe s user account or Finance global group share permission is raised, Joe will be able to write files to the Documents folder.
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17 Managing and Maintaining a Server Environment (4.0)
Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 system requires an awareness of what is occurring on the system. The best place to find this information is in the event logs. The three main event logs that are on a Windows Server 2003 system are the System, Security, and Application logs. Event log views can be filtered so that only information in which the administrator is interested is displayed. Another part of server management is ensuring that relevant updates are downloaded and applied to the system on a timely basis. Many of the largest system vulnerabilities of the last few years had already been patched by Microsoft, but systems administrators had not found the time to install those patches on servers. If administrators had found the time to install those patches, they would not have been vulnerable to such worms as Code Red and Slammer. Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) runs on Windows Server 2003 and allows an organization to use a Windows Server running on their network as the update server from which to download patches from Microsoft, rather than using Microsoft s Update servers located on the Internet. Licensing is another area that requires attention. If the company is audited for license compliance and is found wanting, the punishment for infringement can be severe. Understanding clearly how licensing works can also save a company money because a company might find better licensing options than those it currently uses. Several tools exist to manage servers remotely. These include Terminal Services, Remote Assistance, the Computer Management Console, and HTML remote administration tools. Each can be used in a specific situation to perform a specific set of tasks. Administrators should be aware of the benefits and limitations of each form of remote management. The ability to maintain a reliable file and print server infrastructure is also important. System administrators must be able to diagnose and troubleshoot problems on file and print servers as well as monitor file and print server performance to determine if anything must be done to improve that performance.
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