I’ve got a few questions relating to Networking. Please only reply if your serious
1. Which groups can share folders on any computers in a Microsoft Windows 2000 domain? (choose all answers that are correct explain your answer)
A. Power Users
C. Server Operators
D. Create Permanent Share Objects
2. Your are the Administrator of a Microsoft Windows 2003 domain in a company that is divided into four departments: Marketing, Research, Development, and accounting. As the company has grown, so has the Active Directory store and the number of objects in that store. You have decided that you want to try to delegate some of the administrative responsibility for many of the user objects. Your plan is to designate an administrator from each department to manage the users for that department.
How should you implement this plan?
A. Create an oranization unit (OU) under the users OU for each department, move users to their respective departments OU, and grant administrative permissions to each department administrator for the Users OU.
B. Create an OU under the Users OU for each department , grant administrative permissions to each department administrator for the Users OU, and have each administrator move his or her own to the OU for that department.
C. Create an OU under the domain for each department, grant adminstrative permissions to each department administrator for the domain, and have each administrator move his or her own users to the OU for that department.
D. Create an OU under the domain for each department, move users to their respective department OU, an grant administrative permissions to each administrator for the OU associated with his or her department.
3. Which definitions are contained within the default schema of Active Directory services? (choose all that are correct, and explain your answer.)
A. Commonly used objects and properties, such as users, computers, printers, and groups
B. Contents and structure of the Active Directory store
C. Objects and properties that Active Directory services uses internally to function
D. The global catalog and its repository of information about objects
4. Access to Active Directory services is via wire protocols. Active Directory services supports LDAP, MAPI-RPC, and X.500. (True or False?)