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1. This type of backup will completely reformat the target drive that hosts the backup files.

a. VSS full backup
b. normal backup
c. manual backup
d. scheduled backup
d. scheduled backup
2. This type of disk quota allows the user to access storage space beyond the allotted
amount and simply sends an e-mail notification when the quota has been exceeded.

a. hard quota
b. soft quota
c. manual quota
d. automatic quota
b. soft quota
3. This type of restore can be used to recover an entire server after it has experienced a
hardware failure or other disaster recovery scenario.

a. bare-metal restore
b. manual restore
c. volume restore
d. critical restore
a. bare-metal restore
4. This backup type will retain the Application log files on the local server after the backup
is completed.

a. VSS full backup
b. manual backup
c. copy backup
d. scheduled backup
c. copy backup
5. This quota type prohibits users from consuming any disk space beyond what has been
defined within the quota.

a. hard quota
b. soft quota
c. manual quota
d. NTFS quota
a. hard quota
6. This is the only type of quota available on servers that do not have the File Server
Resource Manager role service installed.

a. hard quota
b. soft quota
c. manual quota
d. NTFS quota
d. NTFS quota
7. All Windows disk quotas are based on the following to determine the amount of space
being used by a particular user.

a. Volume Shadow Copies
b. snapshots
c. file ownership
d. volume size
c. file ownership
8. This backup type will update the servers backup history and will clear the Application
log files on the server.

a. VSS full backup
b. manual backup
c. copy backup
d. scheduled backup
a. VSS full backup
9. This collection of disk quota settings can be used to create numerous quota assignments
all containing consistent configuration settings.

a. hard quota
b. soft quota
c. quota template
d. NTFS quota
c. quota template
10. This backup technology was introduced by Windows Server 2008 and relies on th
Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS).

a. Windows Server Backup
b. VSS full backup
c. Shared Copies of Shadowed Folders
d. snapshot backups
a. Windows Server Backup
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