What are the Windows Server Migration Tools?
Tools to migrate server roles in case of disaster recovery
Server Manager automation tools for server role migration
Fault tolerance tools that failover a server role in case of a server fail
PowerShell cmdlets to enable administrators migrate roles between servers
In Windows, a ____ is the software interface through which a computer communicates
Which of the following is NOT a basic printer permission?
Manage this printer
Windows Firewall is enables by default in Windows Server 2012. How are remote management tools affected?
MMC is blocked. You must enable several inbound Windows Firewall rules on the remote server.
Neither MMC or WinRM is blocked.
Both MMC and WinRM are blocked. You must enable certain inbound Windows Firewall rules on the remote server.
WinRM is blocked. You must enable certain inbound Windows Firewall rules on the remote server.
On a Windows Server 2012 server, you decide to change the interface. Select the best ANS to convert a GUI server to Server Core.
There is no option to downgrade from the GUI to Server Core.
Use Server Manager to start the Remove Roles and Features Wizard
Reinstall the operating system and select Server Core upon installation.
Use Server Manager to deselect the Server Graphical Shell option.
What is the advantage of deploying roles to a VHD file?
An administrator can modify server roles to offline VMs without starting the VM
VHD files require fewer resources (for example, hard drive space).
Administrators can use Add Users and Computers to modify VHD files.
An administrator can copy VHDs between VMs.
While all your servers meet the minimum hardware requirements, some servers have "strengths" which make them better suited for a particular role. Which new server hardware would be best for a media server?
server with expanded hardware in a subsystems, to avoid any performance bottlenect
server with hard drives with higher speeds and larger caches, plus a high performance drive interface
server with high-end network adapters
server with expanded memory and faster processors
What is the minimum number of physical disks required to create a RAID 5 volume?
By default, Server Manager does not connect with down-level servers (for example Windows Server 2008). What must be done to properly connect?
Add WinRM 3.0 support by installing the necessary updates and hotfix
Disable the Windows Firewall on the down-level server
Upgrade all down-level servers to Windows Server 2012
Initiate the connection from the console of the down-level server.
What was the former name of Remote Desktop Services?
What is best practice for delegating server administration?
Delegate tasks to users most familiar with the applications.
When delegating administrative tasks, grant users enough privileges for those tasks and expected tasks.
When delegating administrative tasks, grant users only the necessary privileges.
Delegate tasks that require the least privileges.
What is the default web address for the PowerShell Web Access Gateway?
Windows Server 2012 includes a new disk virtualization technology called______, which enables a server to concatenate storage space from individual physical disks.
Your server has two adapters. You require a way to add fault tolerance top the network, but do not need any additional throughput. What solution do you select?
Using Independent Mode, employ NIC teaming, and then active/standby mode.
After selecting Add Roles and Features, you can browse for the offline VHD.
Replace the GUI with Server Core
Using Server Manager's Add Roles and Features Wizard, you end by selecting Export configuration settings.
To simplify the administration process, you should always assign permissions to rather than to individuals.
Virtualization makes it possible to separate vital network functions on different systems without purchasing additional network adapters for each one. What is the drawback?
Separate network functions require more complex network management.
There are no drawbacks, which is the ideal scenario
Different systems mean much more system management.
Single network adapter means a single point of failure.
What is the key benefit behind delegating server administration?
In smaller networks, delegation eases cowoker rivalry.
In larger networks, delegation improves prioritization of tasks
In larger networks, delegation restricts access by using restricted permissions.
In smaller networks, delegation provides formalized synergy.
What is the preferred graphical tool in Windows Server 2012 with which you can manage storage pools and create virtual disks?
Dis Management for MMC
the VHD wizard
What is the primary tool in Windows Server 2012 to take control of the shares on all you disks on all your servers and exercise granular control over their properties?
Disk Management MMC snap-in
Add Users and Computers
File and Storage Services in Server Manager
Disk Management in Control Panel
You decide to change the interface on your Windows Server 2012 Server. Select the best ANS to convert a GUI server to Server Core.
Use Server Manager to start the Remove Roles and Features Wizard.
Once you use GUI, you cannot switch to Server Core.
Reinstall the operating system and select Server Core upon installation
Use Server Manager to deselect the Server Graphical Shell option
Users generally do not understand the concept of network drive sharing. They only know they can store their files "on the F: drive" and are unaware the someone else's F: drive might point to a different folder. What do we call this concept of having a drive letter associated to a user's network folder.
What basic printer permission do you grant a user to be able to pause, resume, restart and cancel their own print jobs, as well as the print jobs of others?
Manage print jobs
The hardware that actually produces your hard-copy documents is called a _____________.
What was the partition style(s) prior Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista?
Neither of the two listed above
GUID Partition Table (GPT) only
Master Boot Record (MBR) only
Master Boot Record (MBR) and GUID Partition Table (GPT)
If you want to examine the VHD to see what roles and features are already installed, how do you proceed?
Examine the VHD while still offline using the Add Roles and Features Wizard.
Add the VHD to a different VM, and start the second VM to examine the VHD.
Examine the VHD file by using the applicable PowerShell cmdlet.
Start the VM to see what roles are already installed.
The Server Core installation option in Windows Server 2012 effectively removes __________.
Graphical User Interface
Active directory lightweight directory services is available on what Windows Server Editions?
Datacenter and Standard
Datacenter edition only
Datacenter, Standard and Foundation
What is the new file system available in Windows Server 2012?
Your company environment is very large, including several Windows Firewalls. How can you remotely configure the firewall on several servers at once?
Creating a configuration file for junior administrators to configure servers in parallel
Applying a Group Policy related to Windows Firewall to the servers
Applying the configuration change to the applicable server grouping in Server Manager
Using the PowerShell command Set-NetFirewallRule -name -enabled All
With the Volume Shadow Copy Service enabled, what does the system do if the maximum number of copies supported by Windows Server 2012 is reached?
The system no longer makes copies
The system copies, and then deletes the oldest copy.
The system does not impose a limit on the number of copies made.
The system copies, and then immediately deletes that copy.
What is the PowerShell cmdlet for listing the roles and features on a remote server?
Why do administrators delegate server administration?
To give access to sensitive information
To separate and limit full administrator access in large networks
To save time for their own needs
To train junior administrators for their eventual progression to full administrator
PowerShell Web Access Gateway allows ________.
administrators to use their web browser as a remote management gateway
administrators to remotely manage IIS servers
users to remotely connect to their desktops
users a command-line alternative to standard websites
To extend or shrink a volume, of which built-in groups must you be a member.
Administrators or Domain Admins
Domain Admins or Server Operators
Backup Operators or Administrators
Server Operators or Backup Operators
You want to add a role to several Windows Server 2012 systems on the network. Which of the following is correct?
Using PowerShell, install the role to all target servers at once using the Install-NewFeature -ConfigurationFilePath <ExportedConfig.xml> cmdlet.
Install a role at the target server's console
Connect to the target server using Remote Desktop Services.
Use Server Manager on any Windows Server 2012 to connect and install the role to all the systems.
Considering PowerShell Web Access Gateway is on the network perimeter, administrators should ensure ______.
the server is as secure as possible
the network connection is available at all times
users have the proper privileges to utilize it
the firewall permits access to the gateway
What is the difference between striped and spanned volumes?
With spanned volumes, the system spans the data across all disks in the volume on e block at a time.
With striped volumes, you can lose one disk without losing the whole volume.
With striped volumes, the system writes data one strip at a time per disk in the volume.
With spanned volumes, you gain performance boost.
You are increasingly skilled with PowerShell. You and your team decide to rely soley on the command line. What is your next step?
Using Server Manager's Add Roles and Features Wizard, you end by selecting Export configuration settings.
Using Switch Independent Mode, employ NIC teaming, and then active/standby mode.
Replace the GUI with Server Core.
You need to add a role to a VM in an offline state. How do you proceed?
Create a new VHD with the added role. Replace the old VHD with the new VHD.
Add the role to a different VM
Start the VM, mounting the virtual hard disk (VHD). Then add the role.
Install the role to the VHD while still offline.
Regarding both striped and spanned volumes, what is the maximum number of physical disks permitted to create a volume?
As PowerShell Web Access Gateway is added on a server, the feature installs the code for the gateway website and a PowerShell cmdlet. What is that cmdlet called?
What is the simplest and least expensive of external drive arrays?
What is the maximum number of shadow copies supported by Windows Server 2012?
What is XML Paper Specification (XPS)?
alternative print job file format, rather than PCL
print job format for documents sent over the network, rather than locally attached printing
interim print job file format from EMS to XPS to PCL
print job files stay a single document format to the print device, rather than conversion through EMS and PCL
What disk types can be extended?
Virtual disks only
Physical disks and virtual disks both
All disks manageable by Server Manager
Physical disks only
For enterprise networks administrators, it might be necessary to add several servers to Server Manager. To avoid working with a long scrolling list of servers, you can create _______, based on an organizational paradigm.
What RAID level is a stripe set with distributed parity? This RAID level is implemented in Windows Server 2012.
While all y our servers meet the minimum hardware requirements, some servers have "strengths" which make them better suited for a particular role. Which new server hardware would best for a web server?
server with expanded hardware in all subsystems, to avoid any performance bottlenect
What are the differences, physically and logically, between the two printing configurations: Network-attached Printing and Network-attached Printer Sharing?
They are essentially the same, both logically and physically.
They are essentially the same physically. Logically, the print jobs are handled differently.
They are essentially the same logically. Physically, the printers are made available differently.
These two printing configurations are not alike physically, nor logically.
When a Remote Desktop Services client connects to a server, it runs applications using the server. However, if that client wants to print a document from one of those applications, the client wants to use the print device connected to the local client computer. What the component allows a remote desktop services client to print locally?
Easy Desktop Print
Remote Desktop Easy Print
Local Access Printing
Remote Desktop Printing
Windows Server 2012 supports two types of folder shares. What are those two types?
Server Message Blocks and Redirected
Redirected and Network File system
Server Message Blocks and Network Folders
Network File System and Server Message Blocks
________ define the primary functions of a server. A server with the Web Server (IIS) role installed is colloquially referred to as a(n) _______, no matter what the other functions it might perform. Select the word pair that fills the blanks.
Users; web server
Drives; file server
Roles; web server
Applications; application server
Which of these is NOT one of the Windows permission systems?
Active Directory permissions
What are an administrator's choices for managing file permissions on a drive formatted as FAT32?
There is no way to protect the files with a driving formatted using the FAT file system.
The drive can still be protected with NTFS permissions if local to the user.
If the drive is a network share, the Share permissions can be used
If the drive is a local share, then Share permissions can be used
Windows Server 2012 provides hardware-independent NIC teaming or bonding to allow for better network performance and adapter fault tolerance. However, in what scenario is the NIC teaming limited?
When used for a web server
When network adapters connect to different switches
When network traffic consists of large TCP sequences
For several adapters to work as one interface