Which would you recommend on a server, IDE or SCSI?
What does RAID stand for?
Redundant Array of Independent Disks
What are the different RAID levels?
RAID 0: Striping, requires 2 disks min.
RAID 1: Mirroring, requires 2 disks min.
RAID 0+1: A striped dataset that is mirrored, requires 2 disks min.
RAID 1+0: A mirrored dataset that is striped, requires 2 disks min.
RAID 5: Striping with parity, requires 3 disks min.
RAID 6: Striping with double parity, requires 4 disks min.
What is disk parity?
What are the differences between basic and dynamic disks?
Basic disks provide traditional storage.
Dynamic disks offer software-based RAID and the ability to re-size volumes without rebooting.
What is the maximum number of primary partitions that MBR supports on a single disk drive?
Which of the following explicit NTFS permissions overrides all other permissions?
C. Deny Full Control
Which of the following statements regarding user access and activity are TRUE?
D. Auditing is used to track user activity on a domain.
Which of the following is a logical reference that allows management of a disk array?
RAID 1 uses _____ to provide fault tolerance.
Which of the following statements regarding Windows Server 2008 is true?
D. In Windows Server 2008, NTOSKRNL.EXE is known as the kernel and is responsible for system services.
Where would you find the default print spool folder?
d. C:Users<%USERNAME%>Local SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftSpoolPrinters
In Windows 7, where is the boot configuration data stored?
You work as a server administrator at ABC,cm. You need to install Windows Server 2008 R2 in unattended mode over the LAN. Which of the following technologies would you use?
In Windows Server 2008 R2 where is the BOOTMGR located?
What is the maximum partition size supported by MBR?
Which of the following statements regarding data storage devices is true?
D. Network attached storage (NAS) is connected to a network to provide shared drives or folders using SMB/CIFS.
Which of the following Windows servers makes use of LDAP?
E. Domain Controllers
RAID 0 improves performance by implementing _____.
Which of the following is responsible for controlling a device in Windows Server 2008?
A. device drivers
Which of the following is required in Windows Server 2008 for print sharing?
A. The Server Service
ABC.com has server computers running Windows Server 2003 SP2 32-bit Enterprise Edition, Windows Server 2003 SP2 64-bit Enterprise Edition, Windows Server 2008 SP1 32-bit Standard Edition, Windows Server 2008 SP1 64-bit Standard Edition and Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition. On which of these computers can you perform an in-place upgrade to Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition?
C. None of the computers except Windows Server 2003 SP2 64-bit Enterprise Edition and Windows Server 2008 SP1 64-bit Standard Edition.
Which of the following statements regarding FSMO roles are TRUE?
A. The PDC Emulator provides backward compatibility for NT4 clients and acts as the master time server.
How much RAM does Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation Edition support?
You work as a server administrator for ABC.com. You have assigned NTFS permissions to a shared folder. Where are these permissions stored?
What is the minimum NTFS permissions you must have in order to alter a file's attributes?
Which of the following regarding shared folders are TRUE?
A. The Full Control shared permission is the recommended permissions you should set on a shared folder.
Which RAID configuration does NOT provide fault tolerance?
What is the maximum number of partitions that GPT supports on a single disk drive?