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70-294 QOTD for June 23rd

Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by tripwire45, Jun 23, 2004.

  1. tripwire45
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    Rachel has just been transferred from the marketing department to the sales department at her company. For the past four months, she has been using a specialized type of marketing program along with everyone else in her department. She believes this software will have applications in her new job in sales and is anxious to try them out. Rachel reports to her new job in sales on Monday morning and logs onto the network. After checking her e-mails and doing a few other administrative tasks, she clicks on the Start button then goes to All Programs to launch her marketing software. To her total shock, it’s not there. In fact, there are programs present she has never seen before. What is likely going on here? Choose one answer.

    A. Since Rachel was transferred to another department, she is using a completely different computer and the previous user loaded different software packages on this computer than the ones Rachel used in marketing. Her specialized software was left behind on the computer she used when she worked in marketing. Rachel will have to call the IT department and have her marketing software loaded on her current computer.
    B. Since Rachel was transferred to another department, her network logon changed so she is accessing a different user profile than the one she had in marketing resulting in the changes. She will have to call the IT department and have her current user profile linked to the marketing department to gain access to any of the marketing software.
    C. Since Rachel was transferred to another department, her user account was moved from the marketing OU to the sales OU. Her logon has fallen out of scope since her account was moved. All of the software she previously was used was distributed by Group Policies linked to users in the marketing OU. The software on her computer in sales has been distributed by a different Group Policy linked to users in the sales OU.
    D. Since Rachel was transferred to another department, she is now in a different child domain than the one she previously belonged to and all the computers in the sales child domain have been configured by System Polices to use a different set of software packages. The admin of this domain’s IT department will have to contact the admin of the IT department for the marketing child domain and request a copy of the marketing software package be sent over and loaded on Rachel’s computer.

    Answer later.
     
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  2. Phoenix
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    ill have a C please :)
     
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  3. AJ

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    Yup C for me. Don't you just love these Group Policy questions really make the grey matter work :D
     
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  4. nugget
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    C seems to be the most reasonable.
     
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  5. tripwire45
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    Bandwagon has it. Answer's C. You can configure a software distribution assigned to a user to "unassign" itself if the user leaves the container where they were originally assigned the software. So, if specialized software is assigned the engineering department and a user transfers to technical support, thus leaving the original container, the software doesn't follow them.
     
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