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Objective 4.3
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Deploy a Computer Environment by Using Group Policy
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Objective 4.3 Questions 1.
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You are the network administrator for Fabrikam, Inc. You have a new software package that you will be distributing to all users in the domain except the public computers used as kiosks, which are placed in their own OU named Kiosks. Administrators will require the software even on member servers of the domain. You perform the follow ing steps:
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1. Create a network share and place the installation files on it.
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2. Create a GPO for the domain. 3. Using the software settings in the Computer Configuration node of the GPO, you create a new package using the installation files in step 1 and make it an assigned installation. Which of the following steps did you miss
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A. None.
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B. Implement a startup script to install the software.
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C. Block the inheritance for all the administrators in the Admin OU.
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D. Block the inheritance for the public computers.
You are the network administrator for A. Datum Corporation. In your domain, you have created the following OU hierarchy: At the top of the OUs is Main. Below Main, you have All Computers and All Users. Below All Users, you have Accounting, Legal, Data, and Sales. Below Sales, you have US and Intl. You have been requested to create a special secured desktop through Group Policy settings that applies only to the Legal department. You do not want to have the policy affect any other users. To which OU should you apply the policy
A. None
B. Legal
C. Intl
D. All Computers
You have been hired to implement a Group Policy for security settings for A. Datum Corporation. You have three domains: a dedicated forest root domain named adatum.com, a child domain named corp.adatum.com that holds user accounts, and another child domain called res.adatum.com that contains all computer accounts and member servers. You have decided to implement three GPOs:
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Pol1: A GPO to restrict people from installing software on the local computer Pol2: A GPO to establish highly secure logons Pol3: A GPO to redirect folders Which policies need to be applied to which domain
A. Pol1 applied to adatum.com. Pol2 applied to res.adatum.com. Pol3 applied to
res.adatum.com.
B. Pol1 applied to corp.adatum.com. Pol2 applied to res.adatum.com. Pol3 applied
to corp.adatum.com.
C. Pol1 applied to res.adatum.com. Pol2 applied to corp.adatum.com. Pol3 applied
to corp.adatum.com.
D. Pol1 applied to corp.adatum.com. Pol2 applied to adatum.com. Pol3 applied to
res.adatum.com.
You are the network administrator for Blue Yonder Airlines. You maintain network connections to 17 airports, each with its own separate site. The OU structure consists of two top-level OUs: one named Admins, containing administrator accounts and com puters, and the other named Blue, containing the rest of the OU hierarchy. Within Blue, there are two OUs named US and Intl. Within the Intl, you have the users and computers at international airport locations. Within the US OU, you have three OUs: Airports, Corp, and Maint. The Airports OU contains the U.S. airport users and comput ers. Corp holds management, executive, and marketing users and computers. Maint contains all other users and computers. You have to implement a strict level of security for all users and computers that are located at airports, applicable to both desktop set tings and account password policies. Even when a user visits an airport location, you want to use the higher level of security. You want to use folder redirection for the peo ple within the corporation who do not work at airports. These policies should apply whether a user logs on locally, remotely, or at an airport site. For the management, executive, and marketing teams, you need to deploy a marketing application. You cre ate the following policies: Pol1: A Group Policy to secure desktop settings Pol2: A Group Policy to establish password policies Pol3: A Group Policy to redirect folders Pol4: A Group Policy that deploys the marketing application
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Which policies need to be applied to which OU
A. Pol1 applied to US. Pol2 applied to Airports. Pol3 applied to Maint, and Pol4
applied to Corp.
B. Pol1 and Pol2 applied to Airports. Pol3 applied to Corp. Pol4 applied to Maint. C. Pol1 applied to both Airports and Intl. Pol2 applied as the Default Domain policy.
Pol3 applied to both Corp and Maint. Pol4 applied to Corp.
D. Pol1 applied to Airports. Pol2 applied to Intl. Pol3 applied to US, and Pol4 applied
to Corp.
You work for Wide World Importers. You wish to install an application to a group of computers in the warehouse, which are shared by many different users. If you create a Group Policy for the OU containing both the warehouse users and computers, which of the following will install the application before a user logs on
A. In the User Configuration node, publish the application. B. In the Computer Configuration node, publish the application. C. In the User Configuration node, assign the application. D. Assign the application in the Computer Configuration node.
You are the network administrator for the Baldwin Museum of Science. The network consists of 500 users and computers at the museum, with three research sites located around the world. Researchers have typically slow connection speeds and need to have the fastest possible access to their data. As a result, you have installed Terminal Services for the researchers, who dial up to the network from their laptops, then log on to one of seven Windows Server 2003 with Terminal Services member servers. You place all the researchers user accounts in an OU named Research. You place all the researchers computers in an OU named Rescomp. You place all the Terminal Services member servers in an OU called Resterm. All of these are below the Offsite OU, and the rest of the network users are in the Onsite OU. The Museum OU contains both the Offsite and Onsite OUs. You implement Group Policy to establish software restriction and secure desktop policies, including a special secure desktop GPO in the Computer Configuration node for the research team only. To which OU should you apply the GPO to ensure that the research team s secure desktop policy is always used
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