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Objective 3.4
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Implement an OU Structure
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Objective 3.4 Questions 1.
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You have just upgraded a Windows NT 4 domain to Windows Server 2003. You are a member of the Domain Admins group. Your new domain is the root domain of the for est. All of your users are now in a single container. You want to move the users to a new tree structure with the top OU named All, with the All OU containing two OUs named Computers and Users, and within the Users OU, you want five OUs named Accounting, Service, Finance, Maintenance, and Sales. What should you do first
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A. Delegate rights to your user account to create new objects in the domain. B. Right-click a user object and select Move in the Active Directory Users And Com
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C. Use the Active Directory Sites And Services console to create the Computers and
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Users OUs within the domain node.
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D. Use the Active Directory Users And Computers console to create the All OU within
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the domain node.
In litwareinc.com, there is an OU structure as follows: There are two top-level OUs, one named Users and the other named Computers. Within the Users OU, there is an OU named Groups and a second OU named Exec. Within the Exec OU, there are four OUs named Mgmt, Prod, Svc, and Mkt. You want to move a printer that is shared by a domain controller from the Mgmt OU to the Svc OU. Which group do you need to be a member of in order to accomplish this task
A. Backup Operators B. Print Operators C. Domain Admins D. Server Operators
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Planning and Implementing User, Computer, and Group Strategies (3.0)
You are an administrator for Contoso, Ltd. In the jobs.contoso.com domain, Marc is changing jobs and becoming the manager for the Eastern Division of the company. Marc is currently a member of the Production crew and is in the Prod OU. The Prod OU is in the Western Division OU, which is in the All OU, which is just below the domain node. Also within the All OU is the Eastern Division OU, which contains the Mgmt OU and the Sales OU. You have two objectives: Primary objective: Move Marc s object to the Mgmt OU. Secondary objective: Allow Marc to manage user and computer accounts for everyone in the Sales OU of the Eastern Division but not for the Mgmt OU. You perform the following actions:
1. You move Marc s object to OU=Mgmt,OU=Eastern Division,OU=All,DC=jobs,
DC=contoso,DC=com. 2. You delegate control of the Sales OU to Marc. After performing these actions, you have achieved which of the following
A. You have achieved both the primary and the secondary objectives.
B. You have achieved the primary objective but not the secondary objective.
C. You have achieved the secondary objective but not the primary objective. D. You have achieved neither the primary nor the secondary objectives.
You have just been informed by management that the company is being reorganized. Several users will be changing jobs and receiving new titles and different permissions for files and network resources. Administrators in your site are being split into three groups. One group will manage all users. One group will manage all computers. One group will manage the entire domain. Three users will be given administrative access to manage users in their groups, which are Sales, Marketing, and Production. What OU structure should you create
A. A top-level OU that contains all objects, followed by two OUs for Computers and
Users. Within the Users OU, three OUs for Sales, Marketing, and Production.
B. Two top-level OUs for Computers and Users. Within the Computers OU, three
OUs for Sales, Marketing, and Production.
C. Three top-level OUs for Sales, Marketing, and Production. Within the Production
OU, an OU for Computers and an OU for Printers.
D. One OU for Users and another OU for Computers, both within the domain node.
Objective 3.4
Implement an OU Structure
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You work for a wine merchant as a network administrator. Your company has recently purchased a new vineyard in Italy. The vineyard has an existing Active Directory forest, consisting of a single domain. There is now a trust relationship between the two for ests. A manager is making a temporary move to Italy to begin integrating the vineyard s operations. The manager is in the Operations OU within the All Users OU of your domain. The new vineyard s domain has three OUs: Admins, Users, and Computers. To which OU should you move the manager s account
A. Admins in the vineyard s forest.
B. Stay in the Operations OU in your forest.
C. All Users OU of your forest. D. Users OU of the vineyard s forest.
You are the manager of A. Datum Corporation s Active Directory forest. You have a sin gle domain in the forest called adatum.com. Within adatum.com, you have the follow ing OU structure: All OU contains Europe OU, North America OU, and Pacrim OU. Europe OU contains Germany OU and France OU. France OU contains Production OU. North America OU contains Executive OU, Management OU, Sales OU, and Ser vice OU. The Pacrim OU is empty. You have hired three assistants to manage user and computer accounts and to provide user assistance. Jack is located in Germany. Jill is located in Toronto, Canada. Phil is located in New York. You want Jack to manage all of the European users issues. You want Jill to handle all Executive requests and to be prepared to manage accounts for a new office being built in Sydney, Australia. You want Phil to be able to manage user and computer accounts anywhere in the adatum.com domain, especially in North America since he lives there. Phil should be able to continue managing all user and computer accounts even as the OU structure changes over time. What group should you add Phil to, or should you delegate control to an OU
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