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70-294 QOTD for June 24th

Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by tripwire45, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. tripwire45
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    Glenn is a junior network administrator for a single-domain Windows Server 2003 Active Directory network. He has been directed by the senior admin to deploy a new specialized software package to the engineering department at his company. When Glenn is configuring this software deployment, he decides to assign it to a specific category in Add or Remove Programs for the Engineering OU. He has heard the engineers complain that sometimes it’s difficult to find a specific software package that’s been published to them because there are so many in the list. He creates a category that’s unique for the engineering OU so that they can find software by these categories and not have to choose from an alphabetical list. Glenn deploys the software including the category settings and then calls the engineering department to make sure it was properly deployed. They assure Glenn that it was. A few hours later, he gets calls from the marketing, sales, and research departments telling him that the particular software category he created for engineering is showing up in their Add or Remove Programs lists in Control Panel on their computers. What could have happened here? Choose only one answer.

    A. Software categories are domainwide settings and cannot be published at the OU level. When Glenn published those settings, every computer in the domain received them.
    B. Glenn accidentally linked the software distribution settings to a domainwide GPO rather than one linked to just the engineering OU so that every computer in the domain now has a copy of this software and the specialized category on their computers.
    C. Glenn accidentally assigned the software package rather than publishing it to the engineers OU. By default, an assigned software package is distributed at the domain level so every computer in the domain received a copy.
    D. The users from the other department who are calling to say they also received the specialized engineering category are all former members of the engineering department. Their user profiles are still located in the engineering OU and will have to be moved to their current OUs before the engineering category can be removed from Add or Remove Programs.
     
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    Correct answer is B. Group Policies can be linked to Sites, Domains, and OUs and thus so can software distribution packages. Only account policies such as password policies are applied only at the domain level.
     
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