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    • what are the two version windows server 2003 is avaiable in
    • 32-bit version
    • 64-bit version
  1. what are the six available editions for windows server 2003
    • standard edition
    • enterprise edition
    • datacenter edition
    • web edition
    • storage server edition
    • computer cluster server
  2. what edition can support up to two processors, 4GB of RAM for the 32-bit version and 16GB of RAM for the 64-bit version
    the standard edition
  3. what edition can support eight processors, 32GB of RAM for the 32-bit version and 64GB of RAM for the 64-bit version
    the enterprise edition
  4. what are groups of computer systems and other resources that act like a single system and enable features such as fault tolerance, load balancing, and parallel processing
  5. what edition using clustering with up to eight servers is also supported
    enterprise edition
  6. what has a minium of two systems with one system called the primary, actively being utilized for the workload, and another system called the secondary, only becoming active if the primary server fails
    fault tolerant clusters
  7. what has a minium of two systems with each system actively participating in the workload
    load balancing
  8. what has a minium of two systems with each system actively participating in the workload, although most of these clusters, also known as high performance clusters, have dozen of systems included in the array
    parallel processing clusters
  9. what are the three different types of clustering
    • fault tolerant clusters
    • load balancing clusters
    • parallel processing clusters
  10. what edition supports 32 processors in the 32-bit and 64 processors in the 64-bit version and 64GB RAM in the 32-bit version and 512GB RAM in the 64-bit version
    datacenter edition
  11. what edition has a very limited feature set designed to limit its use to web hosting only
    web edition
  12. what does NAS stand for
    network attached storage
  13. what does SAN stand for
    storage area network
  14. what are the key features for windows 2003
    • active directory
    • DHCP
    • DNS
    • WINS
    • Print service
    • File service
  15. what is a directory service that stores information about objects on a network and makes this information available to users
    active directory
  16. what supports the deployment of an operating system partition onto target computers and does it by preparing a source computer to be imaged and then requires third-party disk-imaging software to make the actual image
  17. what does sysprep stand for
    system preparation
  18. what does GPO stand for
    group policy objects
  19. what is an infrastructure that allows an administrator to implement specific configuration for users and computers
    group policy
  20. group policy settings are contained in what, which are linked to active directory service containers
    GPO (group policy objects)
  21. what settings are evaluated by the affected targets, using hierarchiacl nature of active directory
  22. what provides the administrator control over managing user and computer objects
  23. what is group policy management
    • used mostly when it's a requirement to deliver and maintain customized desktop configurations to various users such as mobile users, information workers, or data entry workers
    • allows security settings and updates to be delivered efficiently to all the computers and devices in the organization
    • allows new users to be productive quickly without costly training
  24. what does NLB stand for
    network load balancing
  25. what provides scalability and at the same time helps increase the availability of web-based services
    NLB (network load balancing)
  26. windows server 2003 supports what file systems
    • FAT16
    • FAT32
    • NTFS
  27. what are the two types of window server 2003 disk for storing information about the server
    • basic disk
    • dynamic disk
  28. what is basic disks that windows server 2003 uses
    • basic disks use the same disk structures as those used by the microsoft MSDOS operating system and all previous versions of microsoft windows
    • provides simple data storage using separate volumes that are individually secured to limit access to specific, authorized users
    • provides separate volumes for operating system and data so that when a new version of the operating system is released, the boot or system volume can located on the second volume, untouched
  29. what are dynamic disk that windows server 2003 uses
    • dynamic disks were introduced in windows 2000 and provide features that basic disks do not, such as the ability to create volumes that span multiple disks, which includes fault-tolerant mirrored and RAID-5 volumes
    • increases the speed at which data is read and written due to the utilization of fault tolerant mirrored and RAID levels
  30. what are the storage services components
    • virtual disk service
    • removable storage
    • remote storage
  31. what does EFS stand for
    encrypting file system
  32. what is service pack 2
    contains all of the updates included with service pack 1 plus additional updates which were developed after the release of service pack 1 and can help improve the security, reliability, and performance of the operating system
  33. what is a service pack
    is a software upgrade to an existing software distribution that contains updated files consisting of patches and hot fixes
  34. what is a central hierarchical database used in both workstation and server operating systems to store information that is necessary to configure the system for one or more users, applications and hardware decivces
    windows registry
  35. what does ADAM stand for
    active directory application mode
  36. what is ADAM
    it is a LDAP (lightweight directory access protocol
  37. what is application directory
    • application directories store "private" directory data that is relevant only to the application in a local directory, perhaps on the same server as the application, without requiring any additional configuration to active directory
    • the personalization data, which is only interesting to the protal application and does not need to be widely replicated, can be stored soley in the directory associated with the application
    • this solution reduces replication traffic on the network between domain controllers
  38. what is the acitve directory database file
  39. what does the active directory database file provide
    the physical storage of all active directory objects for a single forest
  40. what does ADMT stand for
    active directory migration tool
  41. what is the active directory preparation tool file
  42. active directory preparation tool prepares what
    your infrastructure for a new version of active directory
  43. what is the active directory installation wizard file
  44. the acitve directory installation wizard configures what
    a server to be a domain controller by installing active directory
  45. what are the rules of workgroups
    • all computers are peers; no computer has control over another computer
    • each computer has a set of user accounts
    • to use any computer in the workgroup, you must have an account on the computer
    • if you have a user account on any computer, you can change settings for that account
    • there are typically no more than ten to twenty computers
    • all computers must be on the same local network or subnet
  46. what are the rules of domains
    • one or more computers are servers
    • network administrators use servers to control the securtiy and permissions for all the computers on the domain
    • this makes it easy to make changes because the changes are automatically made to the other computers
    • if you have a user account on the domain, you can log on to any computer on the domain without needing an account on that computer
    • if you use a computer on the domain, you probably can make only limited changes to settings since network administrators want to ensure consistency amoung computers and maintain configuration control as much as possible
    • there can be thousands of computers
    • the computers can be different local networks
  47. what does IIS stand for
    internet infromation services
  48. what provides a sercure, reliable, and easily managed application server on which you can host sites over an intranet, the internet, or an extranet
    internet information services (IIS) 6.0
  49. what are the operating system files services that are provided by mircosoft windows server 2003
    • distributed file system (DFS)
    • disk quotas
    • file replication service (FRS)
  50. what does FRS stand for
    file replication service
  51. what does DFS stand for
    distributed file system
  52. what are the five operations masters
    • the schema master
    • domain naming master
    • relative identifier (RID) mater
    • primary domain controller (PDC) emulator
    • infrastructure master
  53. what does PDC stand for
    primary domain controller
  54. what does RID stand for
    relative identifier
  55. a member server is a computer that what
    • 1 is not a domain controller
    • runs an operating system in the windows 2000 server family or the windows server 2003 family
    • belongs to a domain
  56. communication between domains occurs through what
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