98-365 Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
Users report that they are unable to print. You verify that the print spooler service is running. What should you do next?
A. Purge the service
B. Disable the service
C. Pause the service
D. Restart the service
To protect a server in case of a blackout, you should use a/an:
A. Uninterruptible Power Supply.
B. Dedicated surge protector.
C. Power Supply Unit.
D. Redundant power supply.
E. Hot-swappable power supply.
F. Line conditioner.
Power On Self Test (POST) runs when a computer first boots.
Which component software issues this test?
A. Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
B. Northbridge On Board Chip
C. Basic Input/Output System
D. Southbridge On Board Chip
Explanation: The four main functions of a PC BIOS (Basic Input/Output System).
POST – Test the computer hardware and make sure no errors exist before loading the operating system. Additional information on the POST can be found on our POST and Beep Codes page.
Bootstrap Loader – Locate the operating system. If a capable operating system is located, the BIOS will pass control to it.
BIOS drivers – Low level drivers that give the computer basic operational control over your computer’s hardware.
BIOS or CMOS Setup- – Configuration program that allows you to configure hardware settings including system settings such as computer passwords, time, and date.
You have an Active Directory infrastructure that contains one domain and seven domain controllers. How many forests can you have without creating any trusts?
Explanation: In a Windows Server 2003 forest, you can link two disjoined Windows Server 2003 forests together to form a one-way or two-way, transitive trust relationships. A two-way, forest trust is used to form a transitive trust relationship between every domain in both forests.
You are troubleshooting a permissions issue with the Reports share. The permissions are shown in the following image:
The groups connect to the share.
Use the drop-down menus to select the answer choice that answers each question. Each correct selection is worth one point.
Which RAID level mirrors a set of disks and then stripes across the disks?
A. RAID 0
B. RAID 1
C. RAID 5
D. RAID 10
Explanation: A RAID 1+0, sometimes called RAID 1&0 or RAID 10. RAID 10 is a stripe of mirrors.
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