You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Server computer. The server has a single hard disk with a single NTFS partition. You use a third-party tool to add a new partition to the disk. When you restart the server, you received the following error message: "Windows 2000 could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \system32\ntoskrnl.exe. Please re-install a copy of the above file." What should you do to resolve the problem?
A. Start the computer by using the Recovery Console. Run System File Checker
B. Start the computer by using the Recovery Console. Modify the Partition parameter in the operating system path in C:Boot.ini
C. Start the emergency repair process. Choose the option to repair system files
D. Start the computer in safe mode with command prompt. Modify the Partition parameter in the operating system path in C:boot.ini
E. None of above
Answer: Option B
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?
A. Convert both to dynamic disks
B. Create an empty extended partition on new disk
C. Create a single unformatted primary partition on new array
D. Format new disk array as a single NTFS primary partition
E. Format the new disk array as a single NTFS logical drive in an extended partition
Your network is configured as shown in the exhibit. "Engineering! and Salesl have DHCP installed up them." All the servers are Windows 2000 Server computers that use TCP/IP as the only network protocol. The sales department uses one subnet and has servers named Salesl and Sales2. The engineering department uses another subnet and has servers named Engineeringl and Engineering2. Salesl and Engineeringl are configured to act as DHCP servers. The router that joins the two subnets is not RFC 1542 compliant and does not support DHCP/BOOTP relay. You want to allow Salesl and Engineeringl to support client computers on each other's subnets. What should you do?
A. Set the router option in the DHCP Scopes to 192.168.2.1 for Engineeringl and 192.168.1.1 for Salesl
B. On Engineering2 and Sales2, install Routing and Remote Access, and configure RIP as a routing protocol
C. On Engineering2 and Sales2, install and configure the DHCP Relay Agent service
D. Configure Engineering2 and Sales2 as DHCP servers without any scopes
E. None of above
Your Windows 2000 Server computer includes an integrated 10-MB Ethernet adapter. You are replacing the integrated adapter with a new 100-MB Ethernet adapter. You install the new adapter in an available PCI slot. When you restart the computer, you receive error messages in the System log stating that the new adapter Is missing or is not working. What should you do to resolve the problem?
A. Create a new hardware profile
B. Use Device Manager to remove the integrated 10-MB Ethernet adapter
C. Use Device Manager to disable the integrated 10-MB Ethernet adapter
D. Delete the device driver for the integrated 10-MB Ethernet adapter from the Systemrootsystem32Driver Cache folder
E. None of above
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?
A. Install Network Monitor on Monitor 1
B. Install Network Monitor on Application Server
C. Configure the network monitor ECP port something for TCP
D. Configure the network monitor EDP port something for UDP
E. Configure Monitor 2 and Application server as monitoring partners (or something) to monitor the performance