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70-294 QOTD for June 9th

Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by tripwire45, Jun 9, 2004.

  1. tripwire45
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    Kevin is an administrator for a multi-domain Windows Server 2003 network structure. The previous night, one of the domain controllers in a child domain had a hard drive failure resulting in loss of Active Directory data. Fortunately, all of the backups are up-to-date and Kevin intends to use the backed up system state data to restore the DC using a non-authoritative restore. After the hard drive has been replaced, he restarts the server and presses the F8 function key. The Advanced Startup Options are displayed. Kevin selects Directory Services Restore Mode which starts the server but not Active Directory. Active Directory cannot be restored while it in use so this method is the appropriate one for this task. The logon box is displayed and Kevin uses his logon name and password. He receives an error message stating that his logon credentials are incorrect. What could the problem be? Choose a single answer.

    A. Kevin “fat fingered” the logon. He should try again, this time being more careful to type in his logon name and password precisely.
    B. Kevin used his Domain Admin credentials. He needs to log on as an Enterprise Admin in order to gain access for the restore.
    C. Kevin used his Domain Admin credentials. He needs to log on using the Administrators account on the local machine to gain access for the restore.
    D. This server is unable to connect to another domain controller in order to validate Kevin’s credentials. Kevin should check the network connections, bring the link to the nearest DC up and try again.
    E. The operating system has become corrupt due to last night’s hard drive failure. Kevin will be unable to logon and restore the server. His only choice now is to reinstall Windows Server 2003, promote the server to a domain controller using dcpromo and then conduct the restore.
    F. The operating system has become corrupt due to last night’s hard drive failure. Kevin will be unable to logon and restore the server. His only choice now is to reinstall Windows Server 2003, promote the server to a domain controller using dcpromo and then allow Active Directory replication to update this domain controller.

    Answer later.
     
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  2. Phoenix
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    Phoenix 53656e696f7220 4d6f64

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    ill have a C please
     
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  3. Phil
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    C for me too.
     
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  4. nugget
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    The choice is C.
     
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  5. AJ

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    Loos like the bandwagon for me again :) I'll have a C please
     
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    C it is for me too
     
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  7. tripwire45
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    Answer time. The bandwagon has it again. Answer is C. To do a restore, you have to sign on to the local machine as an administrator. That one is bound to hang up a lot of folks who are used to logging on the network with Domain or Enterprise Admin privledges. Good one. You're hard to fool (especially Ryan). :D

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