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70-294 QOTD for June 8th

Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by tripwire45, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. tripwire45
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    Sharon is a consultant who periodically does specialized support for a company called Rollerwheels, a firm that manufactures skateboarding components. Rollerwheels had previously been using their ISP to manage their e-mail accounts but they have recently added several new divisions and now need to control their e-mail in-house. Sharon has been called in to install Exchange Server 2003 on a new server and add it to the Windows Server 2003 AD network running at Rollerwheels. The installation mysteriously fails and Sharon doesn’t know why. She contacts Gary, the Domain Admin at the in-house IT department. Gary investigates and finds out what the trouble is. What does Gary tell Sharon the problem is with the Exchange Server install? Choose only one answer.

    A. The server that Sharon was using to install Exchange Server on was unable to connect to a Global Catalog server in order to establish itself as an Active Directory object. Unless a new device is able to establish a connection with one GC server in the domain, the installation will fail.
    B. The server that Sharon was using to install Exchange Server on was unable to connect to the Schema Master in the AD forest. Exchange Server automatically creates several new schema definitions and the installation failed because without the ability for the server to contact the Schema Master, those definitions could not be created.
    C. Gary had not elevated the Active Directory Forest functional level to Windows 2003 native. Exchange Server 2003 cannot be installed in an Active Directory Forest operating at Windows Server 2003 interim or Windows 2000. Gary must raise the forest functional level in order for Sharon to successfully install Exchange Server 2003.
    D. Gary had not elevated the Active Directory Domain Functional level to Windows Server 2003 because he still has some Domain Controllers running Windows 2000 Server. Exchange Server 2003 cannot be installed in an Active Directory domain unless it is running at the Windows Server 2003 functional level. Gary must upgrade his Windows 2000 Servers that are domain controllers to Windows Server 2003 then elevate the functional level to Windows Server 2003 so that Sharon will be able to successfully install Exchange Server 2003.
     
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  2. Phoenix
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    Phoenix 53656e696f7220 4d6f64

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    ill say B
     
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    Yup I'm going with B too
     
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  4. nugget
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    I think B is most likely.

    BTW, why is Sharon calling Gary, she should talk to Phil :lol:
     
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  5. AJ

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    Hmmm I think I'll go for B to. :wink:
     
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  6. tripwire45
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    Anybody else want to go for it? C'mon, let's get a little lively, group. About 90 minutes left.
     
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  7. tripwire45
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    Time's up. Correct answer is...you guessed it: B. Installing Exchange does indeed create new schema definitions and if a Schema Master available (only one per forest), the install will fail. Guess I'm going to have to get more challenging with these questions. Everyone already knows all this stuff.

    More later.
     
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