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70-294 QOTD for June 11th

Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by tripwire45, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. tripwire45
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    Carla is a domain administrator for the manufacturing division of Boxboy.com, a maker of cardboard containers. Boxboy’s manufacturing division is contained in the Manufacturing OU in Boxboy’s single-domain Windows Server 2003 AD network. The Manager of manufacturing has noticed that a large number of the employees are spending excessive periods of time playing games on the computers on the workroom floor. They usually download these games from the Internet since the games that come with Windows XP have already been removed. Carla is told that the workers in manufacturing need Internet access for verify work orders and shipments but must be stopped from running this type of software on their computers. Carla decides to create a Software Restriction Policy for the manufacturing OU that will prevent them from running gaming software. She opens a DC, accesses the Manufacturing OU and the GPO linked to it. She navigates to User Configuration, Windows Settings, Security Settings and opens the Software Restriction node. To her surprise, she receives a message accompanied by a yellow warning exclamation point telling her that No Software Restriction Policies have been defined. What is going on and what does Carla need to do next?

    A. Carla forgot that she was accessing the Manufacturing OU from a DC in a child domain. She must use a DC in the root domain to enable Software Restriction Policies.
    B. Nothing is wrong. Carla forgot that after selecting the Software Restriction node she must click on File, then Options and select New Software Restriction Policies. The default policies will then appear in the details pane.
    C. Nothing is wrong. Carla forgot that after selecting the Software Restriction node she must right-click on it and select New Software Restriction Policies. The default polices will then appears in the details pane.
    D. Carla forgot that Software Restriction policies are considered Account Policies and can only be enabled at the domain level. She must select the domain name of Boxboy.com and go through the entire process for the domain. If the other OUs in the domain need to run gaming software, she can filter out the GPO restrictions from the ACLs of those OUs.

    Answer later.
     
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  2. Jakamoko
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    Jakamoko On the move again ...

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    Long shot, but I'll go for D.

    Somehow, I think I might be choosing todays red herring though :oops:
     
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  3. tripwire45
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    Even faithful Phoenix didn't take a shot at this one, and he's been around the forum today. Well, it's a few minutes early but this one hasn't been generating a huge amount of activity. Good job Gav for taking it on. Correct answer time:

    Answer's C. Nothing's wrong. Carla just missed a step. More later. Have a good weekend.
     
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