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Administrators can specify these to dictate the percentage of available disk space at which actions associated with disk quotas will take effect.
Threshold
This is a new command-line and task-based scripting technology that is included with Windows Server 2008.
Windows Powershell
This is a limit that is placed on the disk space a user is permitted to consume in a particular volume or folder.
Disk quota
This is a special Windows Server 2008 boot mode that provides a centralized platform for performing operating system recovery.
Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE)
These are available on NTFS volumes on servers that the File Server Resource Manager role service is not installed on.
NTFS Quota
This is the service that both Shadow Copies of Shared Folders and Windows Server Backup are based on.
Volume Shadow Copies Service (VSS)
This can be initiated on an ad hoc basis by using Windows Server Backup or wbadmin.exe.
Manual Backup
This File Services role service provides tools that enable file server administrators to monitor and regulate their server storage.
File Server Resource Manager (FSRM)
This feature automatically retains copies of files on a server volume in multiple versions from specific points in time.
Shadow copies of shared folders
This is the command-line utility used to perform backup and restore operations in Windows Server 2008.
wbadmin
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
This type of disk quota allows the user to access storage space beyond the allotted amount and simply sends an email notification when the quota has been exceeded. a. hard quota b. soft quota c. manual quota d. automatic quota
B. soft quota
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
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. VSS Copy backup
d. scheduled backup
C. VSS Copy backup
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
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
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
This backup type will update the server’s backup history and will clear the Application Log files on the server.
a. VSS full backup
b. Manual backup
c. VSS Copy backup
d. Scheduled backup
A. VSS full backup
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
This backup technology was introduced by Windows Server 2008 and relies on the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS).
a. Windows Server Backup
b. VSS full backup
c. Shared Copies of Shared Folders d.         snapshot backups
A. Windows Server Backup
True or False: When users accidentally overwrite or delete files, they can access the shadow copies to restore earlier versions.
True
True or False:

Shadow Copies is a file-based fault tolerance mechanism that provides protection against disk failures.
False
True or False:

When the storage limit of your Shadow Copies of Shared Folders is reached, older versions of shadow copies will be deleted without any means of restoring them.
True
True or False:

Microsoft recommends that you configure Shadow Copies of Shared Folders to take more than one snapshot per hour.
False
True or False:

Windows automatically makes a user the owner of all files that he or she creates on a server volume.
True
Which Windows feature allows users to perform self-service restores of previous versions of files and folders in case of accidental deletion or unwanted modifications?

a. Secret Copies of Shared Folders

b. Shadow Copies of Secret Folders

c. Shadow Copies of Shared Folders

d. Shared Copies of Shared Folders
c. Shadow Copies of Shared Folders
Which optional role service is part of the File Server role that allows administrators to configure advanced file server functionality such as disk quotas, file screens, and e-mail notifications of user quota activities?

a. File Server Manager

b. File Server Resource Manager

c. File Resource Manager

d. Server Resource Manager
b. File Server Resource Manager
What does the Windows Server Backup feature use to perform file and volume-level backups?

a. Server Backup Copies

b. Shadow Backup Copies

c. Volume Backup Copies

d. Volume Shadow Copies
d. Volume Shadow Copies
Shadow Copies protects against accidental file deletions that inconvenience users and administrators on a regular basis by using what type of fault tolerance?

a. file-based

b. index-based

c. security-based

d. user-based
a. file-based
Shadow Copies of Shared Folders creates files that are stored on file shares on Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 file servers by using what type of copies?

a. minute-in-time

b. point-in-time

c. ghost

d. shadow
b. point-in-time
Shadow Copies of Shared Folders functionality is enabled at which level?

a. volume

b. file

c. user

d. network
a. volume
What is the minimum amount of space you must allocate to store shadow copies?

a. 200MB

b. 250MB

c. 300MB

d. 350MB
c. 300MB
Once you have enabled Shadow Copies of Shared Folders for a particular volume, the default schedule will create a snapshot twice per day, seven days per week, at what times?

a. 6:00 am and 12:00 pm

b. 6:00 pm and 12:00 am

c. 7:00 am and 12:00 am

d. 7:00 am and 12:00 pm
d. 7:00 am and 12:00 pm
A maximum of how many shadow copies can be stored on a particular volume?

a. 32

b. 64

c. 96

d. 128
b. 64
How can users restore previous versions of files on the selected volumes?

a. by clicking on the file and selecting Restore previous versions from the Help menu

b. by clicking on the file and selecting Restore previous versions from the File menu

c. by double-clicking on the file

d. by right-clicking on the file and selecting Restore previous versions
d. by right-clicking on the file and selecting Restore previous versions
Three options can be found on the Previous Versions tab for any snapshots listed. Which of the following is not an option?

a. Open

b. Duplicate

c. Copy

d. Restore
b. Duplicate
The File Server Resource Manager console was first introduced in which product?

a. Windows NT

b. Windows Server 2003

c. Windows Server 2003 R2

d. Windows Server 2008
c. Windows Server 2003 R2
Which of the following prohibits users from consuming any disk space beyond the allotted amount?

a. allotments

b. allocations

c. soft quota

d. hard quota
d. hard quota
NTFS quotas are limited to controlling storage on entire volumes on what basis?

a. per user

b. group

c. network

d. none of the above
a. per user
NTFS quotas are able to do which of the following?

a. execute commands

b. send e-mail notifications

c. create event log entries

d. all of the above
c. create event log entries
If you wish to perform backups from the command line, what will you need to install?

a. Windows PowerShell

b. Windows Server Backup

c. Windows Server Core

d. Windows Server Manager Console
a. Windows PowerShell
Windows Server Backup supports the use of what type of media as backup destinations?

a. magnetic tape

b. dynamic volumes

c. DVD

d. none of the above
c. DVD
When the restore operation finds files and folders in the recovery location, the restore can do one of three things. Which of the following is not an option?

a. write

b. create

c. overwrite

d. do not recover
a. write
When restoring data in Windows Server 2008, what types of restores can you can choose to perform?

a. files/folders

b. files/volumes

c. folders/volumes

d. files/folders/volumes
d. files/folders/volumes
What type of backup is supported by Windows Server 2008?

a. dynamic

b. automatic

c. manual

d. none of the above
c. manual
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