You have been given a server with the following hardware specifications:
Processor: Quad-Core Processor 64-bit
Memory: 16 GB
Available Disk Space: 135 GB
Drive: CD-ROM Drive
Given these specifications, can you install Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition as a 64-bit operating system? Why or Why not?
No, the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008 does not support 8 GB of memory.
No, quad-core processors are not currently supported by Microsoft for Windows Server 2008.
Yes, Windows Server 2008 can be installed from multiple CD-ROMs. Use setup.exe /unpackDVD to create the images needed for the install CDs.
No, Windows Server 2008 requires a DVD-ROM drive.
The tool which Microsoft has created that allows you to customize and creates a standard interface for the administration of Microsoft Windows environment but provides no server management functionality of its own, is known as:
Administrative snap on
Which of the following Microsoft Operating Systems are true multi-user operating systems, choose all that apply… (Negative marks for incorrect answer)
Windows 7 Enterprise
Windows 7 Professional
Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
In a Windows server 2008 environment, Network Policy and Access Services role includes RRAS service. Which of the following functionality is NOT supported by the RRAS server?
Hyper-V is Microsoft’s newest server virtualization platform. Hyper-V can be installed only on which of the following two editions of Windows Server 2008? (Negative marks for incorrect answer)
Windows Server 2008 Standard, 32-bit (x86)
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, 64-bit (x64)
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter, 64-bit (x64)
Windows Web Server 2008, 64-bit
Before you can create a single DFS namespace on Windows Server 2008, you need to install which two of the followings? (Choose two answers.)
File Server Resources Manager role service
File Services Role
Windows Server 2003 File Services including the File Replication Service
Distributed File System role service
What types of software RAIDs are available in Windows Server products to protect your data from hard disk failure? (List all – by number or by name) (Negative marks for incorrect answer)
Name two (2) built-in tools that Microsoft Windows software provides for monitoring or troubleshooting your Windows server system.
(Event viewer, Performance monitor, Task Manager, Services)
dont pick this lol
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition x64 (64 bit) supports _______ virtual machine instances
Windows Server 2008 standard Edition x86 (32 bit) supports _______ virtual machine instances.
Windows Server 2008 standard Edition x64 (64 bit) supports _______ virtual machine instances.
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition x64 (64 bit) supports _______ virtual machine instances.
n Microsoft terminology a Login Server is called ______________________________.
dont choose this one
Which version of Windows Server 2008 R2 does not support Clustering?
not this one
What version of Windows Server lacks a full GUI.
The database that stores Microsoft domain information is known as _____________________.
You are an administrator for a small company running a Windows Web Server 2008 as a Full installation on your network. Your boss has asked you to add the following items to the Web server:
• Simple company Web page
• Financial application based on ASP.NET
•Remote Desktop (formerly Terminal Services) Services
You cannot complete all of your boss's requests. Choose the request that you CANNOT complete.
Windows Web Server 2008 requires PowerShell for Web pages to run.
Server Manager is not installed on Windows Web Server.
Terminal Services is not supported on Windows Web Server 2008.
Windows Web Server 2008 does not support ASP.NET.
You must have DNS server to install Active Directory.
To access resources in another domain, there must be a "trust" relationship between domains.
Why would shadow copy be a useful feature to implement on your server?
Recover files that were accidentally deleted. If you accidentally delete a file, you can open a previous version and copy it to a safe location.
Recover from accidentally overwriting a file. If you accidentally overwrite a file, you can recover a previous version of the file.
Compare versions of a file while working. You can use previous versions when you want to check what has changed between two versions of a file.
Shadow Copies of Shared Folders provides point-in-time copies of files that are located on shared resources, such as a file server. With Shadow Copies of Shared Folders, users can view shared files and folders as they existed at points of time in the past. Accessing previous versions of files, or shadow copies, is useful because users can:
Provides same authentication and authorization services as a standard Domain Controller but, chnges cannot be made on an ____________ directly.
Network Policy and Access Services
Windows Deployment Services
Remote Desktop Services
Allows administrators to group shared folders located on different servers by transparently connecting them to one or more namespaces.
Allows you to create and distribute installation images.
Sets up NAT, VPN, or Router services.
Sets up a remote connection so that administrators can connect to your Windows servers 2008, as if they were console users.
Provides a Web Server and FTP server.
Provides a database of FQDNs to IP addresses.
Allows for secure, authenticated communication.
Windows Deployment Service
Give out available IP addresses and related configuration information
Track and control individual user's disk space usage on NTFS volumes.
Resolves Microsoft NetBIOS names to IP addresses.
What is the definition of a Microsoft domain?
If a server holds a copy of its Domain’s Active Directory database, it is known as a “Domain Controller”
For users to access any resources inside their domain, they must be granted access by the administrators
To get access to a resource in another domain, there must be a “trust” relationship between domains
What are groups in Microsoft Windows environment and what is the advantage of using them?
Can (but doesn’t have to) operate as a centralized login server and holds credentials for a large group of systems/users
Users with “similar access rights” are put in a group for easy administration
Login Server operates as a “domain controller (DC)”
A domain is an administrative grouping of systems
The domain controller can help to manage access to all resources in the domain