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True or False
A period of planning and design is unnecessary before you start implementation of a file server deployment?


False


T or F
If your organization has branch offices scattered around the world and uses relatively expensive wide area networking(WAN) links to connect them, it would probably be more economical to install a file server ar each location rather than having all of your users access a dingle file server using WAN links?


TRUE


T or F
When preparing a hard disk for use, Windows server 2008 file servers can use the same settings as workstations?


False


T or F
When you install additional hard disk drives on a dile server, the Windows server 2008 setup program automatically preform all of the preparation tasks?


False


T or F
You can mark an existing dynamic disk as an active partition?


False


The file servers role and other storage related features included with windows server 08 provide tools that enable system administrators to address many problems on a scale appropriate to large enterprise network. however, before you implement the role or begin using these tools, what should you spend some time thinking about?
a) how quickly you can recover from the failure of a hard drive, a server, or an entire faacility.
b) your users' needs and how thse needs affect thier file storage and sharing practices.
c) how you control access to network file shares.
d) how users will find the files that they need.


B


Within each site, the number of file servers you need can depend on ......
a) how often your users work with the same files.
b) how much fault tolerance you want to build into the system.
c) the level of high availability you want to provide.
d) all of the above.


D


The process of deploying and configuring a simple file server using windows server 2008 includes many of the most basic server administration tasks, including all of the following except?
a) installing disks
b) Partitioning drives
c) assigning permissions
d) creating shares


B


Most personal computers use basic disks because they are the easiest to manage. A basic disk uses what type of partitions and drives?
a) primary partitions,extended partitions, and logical disks.
b) primary partitions, virtual partitions, and logical disks.
c) primary partitions, extended partitions, and virtual disks.
d) Primary partitions, logical partitions, and virtual disks.


A


The system partition contains what types of files?
a) software-related files that the computer uses to boot
b) operating system configuration files.
c) hardware-related files that the computer uses to boot.
d) none of the above.


C


When you work with basic disks in windows server 08, how many primary partitions can you create?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4


4


How many active partitions can you have per hard drive?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4


A


What volume type is essentially a method for combining the space from multiple dynamic disks into a single large volume?
a) simple
b) spanned
c) striped
d) RAID-5


B


What volume type consist of space on three or more physical disks, all of which must be dynamic disks?
a) simple
b) spanned
c) stripped
d) RAID-5


D


Windows server 2008 can support dynamic volumes as large as ....bytes?
a) 16
b) 32
c) 64
d) 128


C


What tool can you use to preform disk-related tasks such as initializing disks, selecting style, converting basic disks to dynamic disks, and more?
a) Disk configuration MMC snap-in
b) Disk managment MMC snap-in
c) Disk console
d) Diskpart.exe


A


What is the first step in designing a file-sharing strategy?
a) deciding how many shares to create and where to create them.
b) determining usernames and passworeds.
c) deciding security measures
d) projecting anticipated storage needs and procuring the correct server hardware and disk arrays to meet your needs.


D


Generally speaking, a well designed sharing strategy provides each user with all of the following resources except..........storage space?
a) public
b) virtual
c) private
d) shared


B


What file system provides the most granular uses access control and also provides other advanced storage features, including file encryption and compression?
a) NTFS
b) FAT
c) LTP
d) SWAP


A


regardless of the size of your network, your strategy for crating shared folders should consist of all the following information except what?
a) folders you will share
b) names you will assign to the shares
c) permissions you will grant to users.
d) online file settings you will use for the shares.


D


Windows server 08 has several sets of permissions that operate independetly of each other. what permissions controll access to folders over a network?
a) share permissions
b) NTFS permissions
c) Registry permissions
d) Active Directory permissions


A


For network users to be able to access a shared folder on an NTFS drive, you must grant them.....permissions?
a) Share
b) NTFS
c) both A & B
D) registry


C


by default, what topology do replication groups use?
a) hup/spoke
b) full mesh
c) partial mesh
d) mesh/spoke


B


The distripution file system (FDS) implemented in the windows server 08 files services role includes two technologies: DFS namespace and .
a) DFS remediation
b) DFS replication
c) DNS replication
d) DFS topology


B


What server is responsible for maintaing the list of the DFS shared folders and responding to users requests for those folders?
a) DFS server
b) DNS server
c) namespace server
D) replication server


C


An alternative to the multimaster replication model used in DFS is?
a) Unilateral replication
b) single master replication
c) Flat namespace replication
d) Hierarchical name space replication


B



a server in a replication group is referred to as a ?
a) Name space
b) Namespace server
c) member
d) Root target


C


This refer to the ability of DFS clients to revert back to folder targets that have been unavailable  due to server or network outages?
a) client failback
b) server failback
c) namespace failback
d) target failback


A


a disk partition that can hold data but not an operating system is called a?
a) primary partition
b) boot partition
c) system partition
d) Extended partition


D


This DFS component is responsible for maintaining a list of DFS shared folders and responding to user request for those folders?
a) Folder target
b) Member server
c)Name space server
d) Root server


C


A DFS............. contains a virtual representation of the shared folders on all DFS target servers?
a) Directory
b) Namespace
c) Target
d) Member


B


The DFS uses the following replication model to keep servers in a replication group up to date?
a) Multimaster replication
b) Single master replication
c) Root master replication
d) Distributed master replication


A


In this topology, every member of a DFS replication group replication with every other member, for full replication connectivity?
a) Hub and spoke replication
b) Complete replication
c) Direct replication
d) Full mesh replication


D


The following service is required on a windows server 08 server in order to enable file sharing?
a) workstation service
b) SMB service
c) IIS service
d) Server service


D


To enable replication for a DFS folder with multiple folder targets, you must create the folllowing?
a) replication group
b) replication target
c) replication folders
d) replication servers


A


The DFS replication engine uses a form of replication called...............?




Multi master Replication


In the DFS, the actual shared folders referred to by the virtual folders in the namespace are known as..........?




Targets


DFS-replication relies on a protocol called...................for file replication?




RDC


a DFS replication topology in which everyserver replicates with every other server is called.....topology?




Fullmesh



The basic file sharing capabilities of Windows server are provided by the ............server?




Server Services


To keep a DFS folder's multiple targets synchronized, you must create a .................?




Replication group


The .................allows you to simplify the view of file shares located across multiple servers as they appear to your user base?




DFS


A .............appears to the operating system as though it is a physically seperate disk and can host an operating system?




Primary partition


A ........... enables you to limit DFS replication traffic to specific pairs of members?




Hub/spoke topology


A DFS..............enables you to create a single directory tree that contains refrences to shared folders located on multiple seperate file servers?




Namespace