You install the Routing and Remote Access service on a Windows 2000 Server computer in your network. Your network is not directly connected to the Internet and uses the private IP address range 192.168.0.0. When you use Routing and Remote Access to dial in to the server, your computer connects successfully, but you are unable to access any resources. When you try to piiig servers by using their IP addresses, you receive the following message: "Request timed out." When you run the ipconfig command, it shows that your dial-up connection has been given the IP address 169.254.75.182. What should you do to resolve the problem?
A. Configure the remote access server with the address of a DHCP server
B. Authorize the remote access server to receive multiple addresses from a DHCP server
C. Configure the remote access server to act as a DHCP Relay Agent
D. Ensure that the remote access server is able to connect to a DHCP server that has a scope for its subnet
E. None of above
Answer: Option D
A Windows 2000 Server computer named server2 runs numerous 32bit applications and two 16bit applications. Users start the 16bit applications by running APP1.EXE for one application and APP2.EXE for another application. The 16bit applications are configured to run in the separate memory space. You want to create a performance base like chart in the system monitor for all the applications on server2. You add all of 32bit applications and now you want to add two 16bit applications. What should you do?
A. Add the APP1 and APP2 instances to the processor time counter for the process object
B. Add the NTVDM, APP1 and APP2 instances for the processor time counter for the process object
C. Add only the NTVDM instance for the percent processor time counter for the process object
D. Add the NTVDM 1 and NTVDM #2 instances for processor time counter for the process object
E. None of above
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.
A. Set the CrashonAuditFail registry key to 0
B. Set the Security Log to overwrite events as needed
C. Delete the Liscense Trial registry key
D. Increase the size of the security log
E. Save the security log to a file, and clear it every morning
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 consists of Windows 2000 file servers, Windows 2000 print servers, Windows 2000 professional computers, Windows 2000 file servers. You must prevent any unsigned drivers from being installed on any computer in your Windows 2000 network. What should you do?
A. Configure a Group policy for the Domain that blocks all unsigned drivers
B. Configure a Group policy for the Default Domain Controller to block all unsigned drivers
C. Configure the Windows 2000 file servers, Windows 2000 print servers, Windows 2000 professional computers and Windows 2000 file servers to block unsigned drivers
D. Do nothing, this is the default setting
E. None of above