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Windows Server 2003 Chapter 10

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

The advantage of using the MMC is that you can add or remove management tools as necessary and save custom tools for use by authorized administrators.
 

 2. 

You cannot use a command prompt to start applications under the administrator account.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 3. 

To view all of the prebuilt consoles available in Windows Server 2003, you would perform a search for
a.
msc.*.
c.
*.msc.
b.
con.*.
d.
*.con.
 

 4. 

The command to start applications under the administrator account is
a.
runas cmd /user:<domain\username>.
c.
cmd runas /user:<domain\username>.
b.
runas /user:<domain\username> cmd.
d.
cmd /user:<domain\username> runas.
 

 5. 

Windows Server 2003 includes a feature known as the _____ that logs each time a server is shut down or restarted.
a.
Shutdown Log
c.
Restart Log
b.
Restart Event Tracker
d.
Shutdown Event Tracker
 

 6. 

Terminal Services transmits only the _____ of the program to the client.
a.
data file
c.
timestamp
b.
user interface
d.
plug-in
 

 7. 

After Terminal Services transmits data to the client, the client then returns _____ back to be processed by the server.
a.
the user interface
c.
keyboard and mouse clicks
b.
the timestamp
d.
the individual data files
 

 8. 

To allow connections to occur, an administrator only needs to change a single setting in the _____ program.
a.
Terminal Services
c.
Control Panel System
b.
Remote Desktop Connection
d.
Remote Desktop for Administration
 

 9. 

To connect to a server by remote access, users need to access the _____ software from their client system.
a.
Terminal Services
c.
Control Panel System
b.
Remote Desktop Connection
d.
Remote Desktop for Administration
 

 10. 

If you plan to set up an application server, then one Windows Server 2003 server on the network must also be configured as a(n) _____ server.
a.
Terminal Services licensing
c.
Remote Desktop Connection
b.
Remote Desktop licensing
d.
Application Server licensing
 

 11. 

Windows Server 2003 is capable of running without a license server for up to _____ days.
a.
30
c.
120
b.
60
d.
240
 

 12. 

When Terminal Server is installed, members of the Domain Users group are added to the _____ group by default.
a.
Terminal Server Domain
c.
Super Domain Users
b.
Domain Terminal Server
d.
Remote Desktop Users
 

 13. 

Which of the following is NOT one of the primary tools used for Terminal Services administration?
a.
Terminal Services Manager
c.
Terminal Services Maintenance
b.
Terminal Services Configuration
d.
Terminal Services Licensing
 

 14. 

The _____ administrative tool stores and tracks Terminal Services client access licenses.
a.
Terminal Services Manager
c.
Terminal Services Maintenance
b.
Terminal Services Configuration
d.
Terminal Services Licensing
 

 15. 

The _____ administrative tool configures terminal server settings and connections.
a.
Terminal Services Manager
c.
Terminal Services Maintenance
b.
Terminal Services Configuration
d.
Terminal Services Licensing
 

 16. 

The _____ format of client software is particularly useful because it can be deployed using Active Directory Group Policy settings of the Terminal Server.
a.
Win32 executable
c.
Win16 executable
b.
MSI file
d.
ZAP file
 

 17. 

Installation of the client files is not necessary on _____ because the Remote Desktop Connection software is already installed on these operating systems by default.
a.
Windows NT 4.0
c.
Windows XP
b.
Windows 98
d.
Windows 2000
 

Yes/No
Indicate whether you agree with the sentence or statement.
 

 18. 

Is the logon process in Windows Server 2003 similar to that in previous Windows versions?
 

 19. 

Are the steps involved in shutting down or restarting a server in Windows Server 2003 similar to that in previous Windows versions?
 

 20. 

Can the focus of most MMC snap-ins be changed to point to a remote client?
 



 
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