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70-215 QOTD 28/06/2004

Discussion in 'Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2012 Exams' started by AJ, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. AJ

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    Your server's hard drive is running out of space and you would like to expand the disk space. The folder STAFF_DATA is shared on the network with server subfolders inside. You notice that the subfolder REPORTS is taking over half of the disk space. How can you expand the storage capacity of the REPORTS directory without changing your directory structure?



    A. Add a new hard drive, configure it as a mount point, and migrate the data

    B. Reformat the original disk as FAT

    C. Turn on compression for the REPORTS directory

    D. Convert the disk to a dynamic disk

    E. Encrypt the REPORTS directory
     
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  2. Jakamoko
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    C for me. Squeeze down the file sizes by compressing them

    Note: Won't be able to do this if encryption is being used.
     
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  3. flex22

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    Think I read something about if your sharing a compressed folder, share the whole of it ie. not just a sub folder, but the parent folder also.


    May be wrong, it's a bit vague at the moment, and can't find anything about it.

    I'll go for A
     
  4. nugget
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    I'm with the short-legged-one. C :biggrin
     
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  5. Bluerinse
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    As with all Microsoft style questions the answer usually is the one that involves the least amount of administrative effort. Because of that I will also go with C

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  6. Jakamoko
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    Yeah, cos I said it, you mean :biggrin

    Good point, Pete - eat MS, sleep MS, think MS :!: It's a killer, but it gets you the pass.
     
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  7. Bluerinse
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    Yup sorry, forgot to mention AND because Jakamoko said it [​IMG]

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  8. AJ

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    Ok guys answer time. No flys on you lot, but you can see where's they've been on some of you.:D

    The correct answer is, "You must convert the C: drive to NTFS."

    When a mount point is created, it must be on a partition or volume that is formatted as NTFS.

    Dynamic disks are not required.

    It is unnecessary to rescan the drives.

    Whether or not a drive is an active partition has no bearing on mounting a volume on it.
     
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  9. Bluerinse
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    AJ that wasn't one of the options in the question [​IMG]

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    :scratch .........................................................:inv
     
  11. AJ

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    :oops: Opps :oops:


    Very sorry folks but the answer is still C compress the reports folder.

    Well that buggers up the next question then :x

    Teach me to check whenI'm cutting and pasting stuff around :oops:
     
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  12. Jakamoko
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    Man, I love the "AJ blows the answer to the next question" QOTD :biggrin :ohmy :oops:
     
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  13. tripwire45
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    I know! I know! The answer is C!



    Right?


    :biggrin
     
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  14. AJ

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    Wrong it's AB & C :biggrin :eek: :biggrin
     
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  15. tripwire45
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    Man! I can't get it right, even when I cheat! :blink :biggrin
     
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  16. AJ

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    Soz Trip just joking mate, as you were having a pop at me i thought that I'll have a pop back!!

    It is C :biggrin :eek: :biggrin
     
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  17. tripwire45
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    No worries. We are both kidding around. :D
     
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