The domain name part of a DNS name is _______ and consists of two or
more words, separated by ______.
What are the servers at the top of the DNS hierarchy called?
A __________ is any machine issuing queries to a DNS server
You need to have your DNS database automatically update its records.
What do you need to configure?
DNS Auto updates
DNS database update
What do you call the source responsible for maintaining a domain’s
The typical query one DNS server sends to a root name server is called
What is the primary benefit of a DNS forwarder?
Making the most of iterative queries to other DNS servers
Exchanging iterative queries for recursive queries across the
Reducing the burden on the Internet’s root name servers
Reducing the traffic and making efficient use of available
bandwidth across the network perimeter
What is the primary purpose of name caching?
Name caching greatly reduces traffic on the company network
Name caching enables the second name resolution request for
the same name to bypass the referral process.
Name caching saves an extraordinary amount of time for the user
Name caching validates why you should deploy caching-only
What is the first packet sent to a DHCP server when a computer boots
How do DHCP servers respond to a DHCPDISCOVER message?
How does a DHCP client communicate which offered IP address it will
accept from which DHCP server?
The client sends a DHCPREQUEST message to the server
The client sends a DHCPREQUEST message to all servers
the IP address of the chosen DHCP server.
The client sends a DHCPACK message to all servers with the
IP address of the chosen DHCP server
The client selects the closest server and beeps audibly to
accept the offer.
The following is the process in which IP addresses are handed out to
clients through DHCP:
During DHCP lease negotiation, what happens if the client requests an
IP address from the server but the server has already assigned the
offered IP address?
The server responds with a DHCPACK message to the client
The server responds with a DHCPNAK message to the
The server responds with a DHCPSOS message to the client
The server ignores the client until the lease negotiation
expires and process restarts
What is the default lease period for DHCP dynamic address allocation?
How far into the lease period does a DHCP client begin requesting
renewal of the IP address?
50 percent, or about 2 days into the lease
75 percent, or about 2 days into the lease
50 percent, or at 4 days into the lease
87.5 percent, or about 7 days into the lease
You want to use DHCP to reserve a range of address that should not be
The ability to enable the DHCP server to provide addresses from more
than one scope to clients on the same physical subnet is called:
If no DHCP server is available on the client’s network, you can use a
_____________ to forward DHCP broadcasts from the client’s network
to the DHCP server.
DHCP IP Helper
DHCP Relay Agent
Which of the following are advantages to using NTFS file system?
Which of the following protocols or services are required by Active
Which of the following statements would allow for faster backups?
Full backups are performed
Windows keeps a shadow copy of the source volume
Each volume is backed up separately
Incremental backups are performed
What functionality allows you to recover deleted Active Directory
objects without the need of using a backup?
Active Directory Recycle Bin
Active Directory Authoritative Restore
Active Directory Non-Authoritative Restore
Active Directory Secure Restore
How many of the statements regarding AD are true?
After making changes to AD the server must be rebooted.
In order to defrag the AD database, you need to stop the AD service
After making changes to an AD domain controller you must force other
controllers to be updated
When compacting an AD database, it will create an additional compacted
copy of the current database
What Windows feature captures and stores copies of folders and files at
specific points in time, allowing users or administrators to recover
accidentally deleted or overwritten files as well as compare different
versions of the same file?
Version Management Copies
Shadow Copy Version Control
Shadow Copies for Shared Volumes
Version Control Shadow Copy Provider
Within a domain, the primary hierarchical building block is the
What is a key difference between a domain tree hierarchy and the
organizational unit (OU) hierarchy within a domain?
Ability to apply Group Policy
Members allowed within
What is the only OU created by default after installing Active Directory?
Domain Controllers OU
Resource access for individuals takes place through their ______.
What is the SAM account name and the User Principal Name for the
SAM account name is firstname.lastname@example.org, and the User
Principal Name is ella
SAM account name is ella, and the User Principal Name is
Both the SAM account name and the User Principal Name
Both the SAM account name and the User Principal Name
What are the two built-in user accounts are created on a computer
running Windows Server 2012?
system and guest
default and guest
domain administrator and local administrator
administrator and guest
When would administrators choose to use a User Template?
When an administrator wants to save time while creating
single users with many attributes
When an administrator wants to save task steps while
delegating user creation to other users
When an administrator wants to ensure quality assurance in
creating new objects
When an administrator is accustomed to using User Templates
Can a domain user, who does not possess explicit object creation
permissions, create computer objects?
. No, not without the object creation permission
Yes, an authenticated user can create a server object, after
authenticating to a different domain server
Can create workstation and server objects
Yes, authenticated users can create workstation, but not server
Which of the following is NOT a group scope?
Domain local groups
The three types of Group Policy Objects (GPOs) include local, domain
Where is the path to the default GPT structure for a domain?