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Windows Server 2003 Chapter 5 & 6

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

 1. 

The main reason for implementing a network is to allow users to access shared resources.
 

 2. 

One advantage of NTFS over FAT32 is that it offers support for recovery logging of disk activities.
 

 3. 

Implementing partitions and volumes on the disks of a Windows Server 2003 system is a very time-consuming process.
 

 4. 

Each partition of a basic disk acts as a separate storage unit.
 

 5. 

You can only create a maximum of three primary partitions on a basic disk.
 

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

 6. 

Windows Server 2003 supports _____ main file systems.
a.
1
c.
3
b.
2
d.
4
 

 7. 

The Windows Server 2003 FAT file system supports partitions up to _____ in size.
a.
2 GB
c.
6 GB
b.
4 GB
d.
16 GB
 

 8. 

Which of the following is the file system most highly recommended for a Windows Server 2003 system?
a.
NTFS
c.
FAT32
b.
FAT
d.
Shared Folder
 

 9. 

All domain controllers must have at least one _____ partition or volume available to hold the Sysvol folder.
a.
FAT32
c.
Remote Storage
b.
shared
d.
NTFS
 

 10. 

Which of the following is the standard method used to create and share files since Windows 95?
a.
Share Wizard
c.
Disk Management
b.
Windows Explorer
d.
DACL
 

 11. 

To hide a shared folder, place a(n) _____ after its name.
a.
dollar sign ($)
c.
percent sign (%)
b.
ampersand (&)
d.
tilde (~)
 

 12. 

Which of the following is used to create shared folders in Computer Management?
a.
Share a Folder Wizard
c.
Microsoft Management Console
b.
Folder Permissions Wizard
d.
Windows Explorer
 

 13. 

The command-line utility _____ can be used to share an existing folder.
a.
NET SHARE
c.
SHARE
b.
NET START
d.
DSHARE
 

 14. 

A(n) _____ is an entry in a discretionary access control list.
a.
discretionary control entry
c.
permission
b.
security descriptor
d.
access control entry
 

 15. 

One way to view the discretionary access control list of a resource is by clicking the _____ button on the Sharing tab of a folder’s properties.
a.
DACL
c.
Permissions
b.
Custom
d.
Advanced
 

 16. 

NTFS permissions can be set at which of the following?
a.
file level
c.
file and folder level
b.
folder level
d.
partition level
 

 17. 

What is the name of the hidden administrative share that provides an administrator with access to the root of the C drive on a computer?
a.
C$
c.
Manage$
b.
Admin$
d.
Cdrive$
 

 18. 

What is it called when two operating systems are installed on the same computer?
a.
double-boot
c.
multi-boot
b.
dual-boot
d.
multi-partition
 

 19. 

When a user accesses a shared resource from a network and there are both NTFS and share permissions that apply, what permissions are actually used?
a.
the NTFS permissions
c.
the least restrictive permissions
b.
the share permissions
d.
the most restrictive permissions
 

 20. 

Which of the following NTFS special permissions grants the user the ability to gain ownership of a file or folder?
a.
Take Ownership
c.
Write Extended Attributes
b.
Change Permissions
d.
Change Ownership
 

 21. 

The Disk Management tool in Windows Server 2003 is most easily accessed via its node in the _____ section of the Computer Management tool.
a.
Data
c.
Volume
b.
Storage
d.
Disk
 

 22. 

Windows operating systems are limited to _____ drive letters.
a.
26
c.
48
b.
36
d.
52
 

 23. 

RAID stands for which of the following?
a.
Removable Array of Independent Disk
c.
Redundant Array of Initialized Disk
b.
Redundant Array of Independent Disk
d.
Removable Array of Initialized Disk
 

 24. 

Because it does not really provide fault tolerance, _____ is NOT recommended in many situations.
a.
RAID level 0
c.
RAID level 2
b.
RAID level 1
d.
RAID level 5
 

 25. 

The process of creating a copy of data on a backup disk is known as disk
a.
shadowing.
c.
copying.
b.
mirroring.
d.
syncing.
 

 26. 

If there are 16 physical disks in RAID-5 volume, the amount of space taken for parity information is _____ of the total space of all disk drives in the volume.
a.
1/16
c.
4
b.
1/4
d.
16
 

 27. 

_____ RAID is implemented through the server hardware and is independent of the operating system.
a.
Software
c.
Hardware
b.
Parity
d.
Network
 

 28. 

Which of the following is NOT an advantage of hardware RAID over software RAID?
a.
Ability to place boot and system files on different RAID levels
b.
Ability to map more network drives
c.
Ability to hot-swap a failed disk with one that works or is new
d.
Faster read and write response
 

 29. 

The _____ tool provides information on the health of both disks and volumes such that administrators can determine the overall health of the disk subsystem.
a.
Disk Check
c.
Disk Management
b.
System Health
d.
Disk Diagnose
 

 30. 

Under Windows Server 2003, disks that originate from other servers are known as _____ disks.
a.
extraserval
c.
primary
b.
secondary
d.
foreign
 

 31. 

_____ is a temporary status message that indicates a format operation is currently being carried out on the volume.
a.
Failed
c.
Formatting
b.
Regenerating
d.
Failed Redundancy
 

 32. 

Windows Server 2003 supports the ability to import dynamic disks from all of the following operating systems EXCEPT
a.
Windows XP.
c.
Windows 2000.
b.
Windows 98.
d.
Windows Server 2003.
 

 33. 

If you need to import multiple foreign disks, you should import each disk individually using the _____ command.
a.
Convert Disk
c.
Import Foreign Disk
b.
Convert Foreign Disk
d.
Import
 

 34. 

The Check Disk tool is started from the _____ dialog box for a volume or partition.
a.
Perform Check
c.
Disk Management
b.
Monitor
d.
Properties
 

 35. 

If you want Windows to repair any errors in the file system that it finds during the disk-checking process, you should select the _____ option of the Check Disk tool.
a.
Automatically remove bad sectors
b.
Repair and defragment
c.
Automatically fix file system errors
d.
Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors
 

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

 36. 

Must the shared name of a folder be the same as the actual folder name?
 

 37. 

When a new shared folder is created, is the default permission to allow the Everyone group read access?
 

 38. 

When assigning permissions to groups or users, should you grant them a slightly higher level of access than what you think they need to ensure that they don’t run into problems?
 

 39. 

Can RAID be effectively used as a replacement for performing regular backups of data?
 

 40. 

Can you scan your disk for bad sectors and file system errors using the Disk Cleanup utility?
 



 
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