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70-294 QOTD for May 20th

Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by tripwire45, May 19, 2004.

  1. tripwire45
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    Josh is a new employee at Squeeky Wheels, Inc...a bicycle manufacturing and repair plant. He is being set up to be able to log onto his computer, use e-mail and the other usual computer related information he will need to have and know as a new employee. His e-mail address will be Josh.Richland@squeekywheels.com. He is told by one of the IT techs that they work in a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory network and that Josh will have the option of logging into the network with his User Principle Name or UPN. The tech in particular mentions that he will be using an Implicit UPN logon. Josh has never heard of such a thing being an accountant and not always very savvy about the latest computer innovations. What will Josh's logon name look like:

    A. accounts.Josh.Richland.squeekywheels.com
    B. Josh.Richland@squeekywheels.com
    C. accounts.Josh.squeekywheels.com
    D. accounts.Josh.Richland
    E. accounts@Josh.Richland

    Answer later.
     
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  2. nugget
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    I'll go for A. accounts.Josh.Richland.squeekywheels.com
     
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  3. SimonV

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    I'll go for B
     
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  4. AJ

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    Yup B for me to :D
     
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  5. Phil
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    B for me.
     
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  6. Phoenix
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    I'm going B too :)
     
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  7. tripwire45
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    It's time. The correct answer is B. An inplicit UPN most commonly looks like an e-mail address. It's kind of neat to actually just type in somebody@something.local (along with your password of course) and immediately log onto the network. No having to make sure the selection in the dropdown box matches the domain you want. It's a big help in multidomain structures like HP where the list is quite long. Interestingly enough, you can change the UPN so that it's shorter...expecially when you are a member of a child domain like accountants.neworleans.louisianna.John.Richland@squeekywheel.com with an explicit UPN such as accountants.John.Richland. Makes it a lot easier to logon and you don't have to remember a huge account name.

    More tomorrow.
     
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  8. nugget
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    Thanks Trip, good question. :oops:
     
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  9. Phoenix
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    i changed subdom1.pheotest.lan to spt.lan
    and triptest.lan to tt.lan

    just to mess about with it
    you could equally change it to

    rcoates@look.ma.im.famous

    :)
     
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  10. tripwire45
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    So, when are you becoming "famous", Ryan? :wink: :D
     
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