46.
Your Windows 2000 Server computer contains a stripe set with parity on a four-disk array. You convert the stripe set with parity to a dynamic RAID-5 volume. Six months later, users report that disk access on the server is slower than it had been on the previous day, You use Disk Management and discover that the status of the third disk in the array is Missing. You want to recover the failed RAID-5 volume. What should you do first?

47.
You want to provide complete redundancy for all data stored on your hardware RAID 5 array. You install second h/w Raid 5. You want to create a mirror set of the original array. However when you right click the free space on new array you see no option to create a new volume or mirrrored volume. What should you do?

48.
You are the administrator of the Windows 2000 Server network shown in the exhibit. Users in the Research group and the Executive group have permission to access the Internet through a Windows 2000 Server computer running Microsoft Proxy Server. These users must enter their proxy server user names and passwords to connect to the proxy server, to the Internet, and to your local intranet server. The users who do not access the Internet do not have user accounts on the proxy server and, therefore, cannot connect to the intranet server. You want all users to be able to connect to the intranet server without entering a separate user name and password. What should you do?

49.
You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Server computer that has FIVE hard disks. Four 100 GB hard disks on the server are configured as a single stripe volume. You want to reconfigure the fourth disk so that the volume is fault tolerant and has as much space possible available for storing data. You want to use only existing hardware. What should you do?

50.
You are the administrator of a network that consists of Windows 2000 Server computers and Windows 2000 Professional computers. You want to configure the deployment of the most recent Windows 2000 service pack so that users of the Windows 2000 Professional computers receive the service pack automatically when they log on to the domain. What should you do?