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70-215 QOTD 14/06/2004

Discussion in 'Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2012 Exams' started by AJ, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. AJ

    AJ Administrator Administrator

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    You are a freelance consultant of a company that supplies IT services and specialises in Windows 2000 network. Recently, you are awarded with a project to setup Windows 2000 domain for a large Hotel. The management has the following requirements:

    -- A maximum of 20 users will access the file server concurrently.
    -- A maximum of 25 users will access the print server concurrently.
    -- A maximum of 15 users will access the ftp server concurrently.
    -- A maximum of 30 users will access the remote access server concurrently.

    The management does not like the idea of having multiple servers. The management would like to have only a single server that configures to support the requirements. Which of the followings about the Windows 2000 licensing are correct? Select all that apply.


    A) You should suggest per-server licensing mode.

    B) You should suggest per-seat licensing mode.

    C) You need to purchase 15 CALs.

    D) You need to purchase 30 CALs.

    E) You need to purchase 75 CALs.

    F) You need to purchase 90 CALs.
     
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  2. AJ

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    OK I know I was late posting the previous answer, but someone have a go or it stays here :twisted:
     
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  3. flex22

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    You called M'lord :!:

    I'll say B and D.

    A little tired right now, but managed toa ctually think that time, wahey :P

    OK, now tell me I'm wrong :oops:

    Answer's B, D
     
  4. nugget
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    B and D look good to me as well. I agree with Flex. 8)
     
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  5. Jakamoko
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    I say B.
     
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  6. tripwire45
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    Sorry. Been occupied. I'll go along with the bandwagon here and say BD.
     
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  7. AJ

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    That's better leaving it until the last minute

    Correct answer is: AE

    Explanation: Per Seat Licensing
    A per-seat license is most economical in distributed computing environments where multiple servers within an organization provide services to clients, such as a company that uses Windows 2000 Server for file and print services.

    Per Server Licensing
    A Per-Server license is most economical in single-server, occasional, or specialty-use server solutions. Some examples include Remote Access Service solutions, CD-ROM servers, or the initial server of a planned larger deployment.

    Server Services Requiring CALs
    -- File services. Accessing or managing files or disk storage.
    -- Printing services. Printing to a printer managed by the product.
    -- Remote Access Service. Accessing the server from a remote location through a communications link, including a virtual private network.
    -- Terminal services. Using the terminal services feature of the server to enable client devices to use applications or data residing on the server.

    CALs are not required for:
    -- Anonymous access to a computer running Windows 2000 Advanced Server
    with Internet Information Services (IIS) or another Web server application.
    -- Telnet and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) connections.

    Windows 2000 Client Access Licensing Overview

    Gotta admit I liked this question, as we all need to know about licensing so that Uncle Bill gets his share. it's one of those subject that I think we all know about but perhaps aren't as clued up about as we think.
     
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  8. flex22

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    Drat, hadn't noted that part.
    Like I said, I was tired :oops:
     
  9. tripwire45
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    Blew that one. :oops:
     
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    i was watching this one with intent, i know i didnt answer, i was a bit unsure about the question
    i would of gone per server for sure, but the CAL part confused me, why did they need 75 CALs? were all tasks going on at the same time? that was the bit i was confused about, 20 people need A, 20 people need B, didnt realise we were totalling the people up :) figured everyone would need to do more than one task
     
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  11. Jakamoko
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    Ouch all round, then :cry:
     
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  12. flex22

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    I agree with Pheonix.The setup didn't seem to make much sense.

    Having said that, perfect practice for the real things then lol :roll:
     
  13. AJ

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    Well the quetsion does say access the servers concurrently, which to me means at the same time, unless of course you say different. But I will refer you to the rules which state:

    "the question master's answer is right at all times unless paper evidence can be produced , in triplicate, sent back, returned, queried, lost, found, subject to public enquiry, lost again, and finally buried in soft peat for 3 months and recycled as firelighters."

    OK get the message :D :D :D

    corrected spelling - AJ
     
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