51.
You enable the Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) on a computer running Windows 2000 Server. You configure the computer as a RAS server. You want to provide mutual authentication between the RAS server and RAS clients. You also want to ensure that data passing between the RAS server and RAS clients is encrypted. Which authentication method should you use for your incoming connections to support mutual authentication and data encryption?

52.
You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Server computer named Intra. Intra is a member of an Active Directory domain and hosts an Intranet Web-Ske for your company. Company policy requires that only authenticated users have access to the intranet site. All company users have a user account in the Active Directory domain. You configure directory security for the Web Site to use integrated security. However, you discover that users can access the Web Site without authentication. You need to ensure that only authenticated users can access the web site. What should you do?

53.
You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Server computer. You configure the server to audit all access to files that are places in shared folders. One week after you configured the server, users report that the server has stopped responding. You investigate the problem and discover a stop error with the error message: Stop C0000244 (Audit Failed) An attempt to generate a security audit failed. You restart the computer. You need to ensure that you can keep a record of all files access on the server. You also need to ensure that the stop error will not occur again.

54.
You have just configured two Windows NT Servers, Monitor 1 and Monitor 2 with no other software installed. You have an application server that needs to be monitored for performance to figure out what it's problem is, or to get some kind of baseline. You install Network Monitor on Monitor 2. What would you do to monitor Application server?

55.
You install and run a third-party 32-bit application named Application on your Windows 2000 Server computer. After several days, the application stops responding. You open Task Manager and find that the CPU usage is at 100 percent. The normal range of CPU usage on the server is from 20 percent to 30 percent You end the application. However, you see that the CPU on the server is still at 100 percent. Task Manager shows no other applications running. You then examine the Processes page in Task Manager and confirm that the Application.exe process is no longer running. You want to return the CPU usage to its normal range. What should you do?