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Question 1

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In Windows Server 2012 R2, which of the following steps represents the most efficient way to automatically move files which are older than one year to an expiration folder?
Answer
  • configure a file management task with FSRM
  • open the folder properties and set the file expiration property
  • Run the Windows PowerShell Set-FileExpire cmdlet
  • modify the properties of the folder that contains the files to specify an expiration parameter and expiration folder location

Question 2

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What type of service is the Windows File Server Resource Manager?
Answer
  • quota
  • role
  • third-party- add-on
  • extension

Question 3

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If you were asked to set up a shared file area for users that prevented them from saving video files or images of any kind what would you set up on that shared folder?
Answer
  • active file screen with included and excluded file groups
  • hard quota for each user and passive file screening
  • standard file share with e-mail notification
  • passive file screen and a soft quota

Question 4

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what FSRM feature can you use to show the state of file server volumes, quota, and disallowed files?
Answer
  • storage reports
  • storage exceptions
  • storage quotas
  • storage assessments

Question 5

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When storage space is at a premium, what should you do to ensure that everyone has enough space?
Answer
  • set up soft quota limits with no notifications
  • set up file groups so that users can't save very large files
  • set up very restrictive soft quota for users with e-mail notifications
  • set up hard quota limits with e-mail notifications

Question 6

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what technology did Microsoft develop to combat the storage of storage-using and potentially illegal files on corporate servers?
Answer
  • Windows Firewall
  • Quotas
  • Windows Defender
  • File Screening

Question 7

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What happens if you move unencrypted files into an encrypted folder?
Answer
  • nothing
  • the new files become encrypted
  • the new files become hidden
  • the new files become encrypted at a lower encryption level

Question 8

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you can encrypt individual files, but Microsoft recommends encrypting at what level?
Answer
  • file system
  • drive
  • file group
  • folder

Question 9

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encryption is the process of converting data into what kind of format?
Answer
  • compiled
  • unreadable
  • hidden
  • non-functional

Question 10

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what key length is considered to be minimally strong for encryption algorithms?
Answer
  • 56
  • 80
  • 128
  • 256

Question 11

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on what type of computer is BitLocker not commonly used?
Answer
  • laptops
  • desktops
  • netbooks
  • servers

Question 12

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what's the status of your data if someone has your public key?
Answer
  • compromised
  • broken
  • hacked
  • safe

Question 13

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you can generate several different reports from FSRM. One of them gives you a list of Least recently Accessed Files. What would be the purpose of that report?
Answer
  • to warn you that users are storing unused files
  • to allow you to archive unused files
  • to remove unused files
  • to warn you of possible security risks of old files

Question 14

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when using File system resource manager, which group must you be a member of to enable SMTP?
Answer
  • Administrators
  • Domain Users
  • Schema Admins
  • Power Users

Question 15

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when you change a file template and save the changes, you have the option to do which one of the following?
Answer
  • re-created the template
  • remove conflicting templates
  • apply the template to all derived file screens
  • remove all file screens affected by the new template

Question 16

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what does the acronym SMTP stand for?
Answer
  • Storage Management Transaction Protocol
  • Simple Management Transfer Protocol
  • Simple Mail Transaction Protocol
  • Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

Question 17

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what is the purpose of setting up e-mail notifications for users who violate storage quotas?
Answer
  • so that administrator can proactively assist users in resolving the problem
  • to automate tracking of quota violations
  • to keep a record of quota violations for future reference
  • to endure that users know when they're using too much storage

Question 18

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Which screening technique prevents a user from saving defined unauthorized files?
Answer
  • active
  • passive
  • secure
  • preventative

Question 19

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what feature can you use to simplify the management of file screens?
Answer
  • exceptions
  • exemptions
  • templates
  • quotas

Question 20

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what is the purpose of setting soft quotas?
Answer
  • to notify users that they have reached the quota limit
  • to list files that need to be deleted
  • to identify users who violate quotas
  • to determine where hard quotas need to be set

Question 21

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what effect does using quotas in File Server Resource Manager have?
Answer
  • it limits the number of files allocated to a user
  • it limits the number of access licenses allotted to a server
  • it limits the number of drive mappings to a shared resource
  • it limits the number of gigabytes allocated to a volume or folder

Question 22

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some exemptions might be required for certain groups to store otherwise restricted file types. What type of exemption can you set p on folders?
Answer
  • file save exemption
  • file type exemption
  • file screen exception
  • folder screen exception

Question 23

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placing a quota limit on a folder applies that limit to what part of the folder?
Answer
  • the folder and any files it contains
  • the folder itself but no files
  • the entire folder and its subtree
  • only the files within the folder

Question 24

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By default, where are storage reports saved?
Answer
  • C:\StorageReports\Saved
  • C:\StorageReports\Schedule
  • C:\StorageReports\Queued
  • C:\StorageReports\Quotas

Question 25

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if you are a command-line user, what command will encrypt files and folders?
Answer
  • encrypt.exe
  • compress.exe
  • efs.exe
  • cipher.exe

Question 26

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an encrypted file can be converted back to its original format by a process known as what?
Answer
  • encryption
  • digitization
  • decryption
  • encapsulation

Question 27

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after a file has been encrypted, it is stored in what format?
Answer
  • hidden
  • executable
  • encrypted
  • converted

Question 28

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encryption does not protect a file or folder from deletion. To protect a file or folder from deletion, what technology should you use?
Answer
  • BitProtector
  • NTFS permissions
  • SSL/TLS
  • compression

Question 29

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single-key encryption is also known as what kind of encryption?
Answer
  • hash
  • simple
  • signal
  • symmetric

Question 30

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public-key cryptography uses how many keys?
Answer
  • one
  • two
  • two pair
  • 256

Question 31

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what happens to files and subfolders within an EFS encrypted folder?
Answer
  • Nothing; they must be encrypted individually
  • they're encrypted but at a lower encryption level
  • they're left unencrypted but hidden
  • they're encrypted with the parent folder

Question 32

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what is the purpose of using hash function encryption?
Answer
  • to store passwords in a non-readable format
  • to demonstrate one-way encryption techniques
  • to provide keyless encryption and decryption algorithms
  • to keep track of 128-bit key pairs

Question 33

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where is the most secure location to store secure key recovery information?
Answer
  • on an encrypted USB device
  • in a secure cabinet on an encrypted USB device
  • in Active Directory
  • on the local device

Question 34

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EFS encryption is what type of feature that can be enable or disable at will, similar in effect to read-only, compression, or hidden?
Answer
  • status
  • characteristics
  • attribute
  • handle

Question 35

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from a security standpoint, which BitLocker operational mode is most secure?
Answer
  • TPM only
  • startup key only
  • TPM + startup PIN
  • TPM + startup key

Question 36

Question
what built-in computer hardware feature makes BitLocker Drive Encryption far more secure than other forms of folder or file-based encryption?
Answer
  • certificates
  • hardware-assisted virtualization
  • trusted platform module
  • BIOS-enabled anti-virus software
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