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1. An alternative to the multimaster replication model used in DFS is:
a. Unilateral replication
b. Single master replication
c. Flat namespace replication
d. Hierarchical namespace replication
b. Single master replication
2. A server in a replication group is referred to as a:
a. Namespace
b. Namespace server
c. Member
d. Root target
c. Member
3. This refers to the ability of DFS clients to revert back to folder targets that have been
unavailable due to server or network outages.
a. Client fallback
b. Server fallback
c. Namespace fallback
d. Target fallback
a. Client fallback
4. A disk partition that can hold data but not an operating system is called a(n):
a. Primary partition
b. Boot partition
c. System partition
d. Extended partition
d. Extended partition
5. This DFS component is responsible for maintaining a list of DFS shared folders and
responding to user requests for those folders.
a. Folder target
b. Member server
c. Namespace server
d. Root server
c. Namespace server
6. A DFS contains a virtual representation of the shared folders on all
DFS target servers.
a. Directory
b. Namespace
c. Target
d. Member
b. Namespace
7. The Distributed File System uses the following replication model to keep servers in a
replication group up to date:
a. Multiple Master Replication
b. Single Master Replication
c. Root Master Replication
d. Distributed Master Replication
a. Multiple Master Replication
8. In this topology, every member of a DPS replication group replicates with every other
member, for full replication connectivity.
a. Hub and spoke replication
b. Complete replication
c. Direct replication
d. Full mesh replication
d. Full mesh replication
9. The following service is required on a Windows Server 2008 server in order to enable file
a. Workstation Service
b. SMB Service
c. IIS Service
d. Server Service
d. Server Service
10, To enable replication for a DPS folder with multiple folder targets, you must create the
a. Replication group
b. Replication target
c. Replication folders
d. Replication servers
a. Replication group
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