70-284 EXAM Question 01

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Question 1: (QID=4252)
Brian is preparing to install and configure Exchange 2003 in his Active Directory network. As part of his preparation he needs to run the Forestprep and Domainprep setup switches. Which of the following is the minimum permissions required to run setup.exe /Forestprep successfully?

1. Enterprise Admin only
2. Schema and Domain Admin
3. Domain Admin only
4. Enterprise and Schema Admin
5. Schema Admin only
6. Domain and Enterprise Admin
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: In order to perform the Forestprep utility the user account used needs to be a member of the Enterprise Admins and Schema Admins group. These permissions are needed as the Forestprep switch modifies the Configuration partition in Active Directory and also extends the Schema.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 2: (QID=4524)
Alan is the network manger of a large Active Directory network. The Active Directory Forest contains 4 domains. The forest consists of a root domain called McMcse.Internal and 3 child domains called Admin.McMcse.Internal, Dev.McMcse.Internal and Production.McMcse.Internal. All domain controllers in each domain are currently running Windows Server 2003. Alan plans to install an Exchange 2003 server in the root domain, and configure email access for the users in the Admin and Dev domains only. In which of the following domains will Alan need to run Forestprep?

1. Forestprep will need to be run in the root domain, and the Dev and Admin domains.
2. Forestprep will need to be run in the root domain.
3. Forestprep will need to be run in the Dev and Admin domains.
4. Forestprep will not need to be run in any domain.
5. Forestprep will need to be run in all the domains.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: Forestprep needs to be run once per Windows 2003 Forest only.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 3: (QID=4534)
Jonny works for McMcse networks and currently maintains their Exchange 2003 server. McMcse networks is in the process of merging with Certnotes labs. Jonny has been asked to add an additional SMTP address of Certnotes.com to each of the McMcse user accounts. He adds a new SMTP address to the Default Recipient Policy. Which Exchange process is responsible for ensuring this SMTP address is updated on all mailboxes throughout the Exchange organisation?

1. The Recipient Update Service.
2. The Online storage wizard.
3. The Mailbox Maintenance process.
4. The Exchange merge wizard.
5. The Automatic Updates process.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 1
Explanation: The Recipient Update Service (RUS) is responsible for ensuring address list membership and SMTP addresses are updated and replicated throughout the Exchange organisation.

Objective: Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists

Question 4: (QID=4257)
Bob is the Network Manager of MC MCSE Networks. His network currently consists of a Windows 2003 server Active Directory running with Exchange 2000 front and back end servers. Bob is planning the migration from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003. In which order must Bob upgrade the Exchange servers?

1. The order in which they are upgraded is not relevant
2. Front-end, Back-end Exchange server configurations can not be upgraded.
3. Back-end servers first
4. Front-end servers first
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Front-end Exchange servers must be upgraded before the Back-end Exchange servers. Exchange 2003 is compatible with Exchange 2000, so the Front-end servers can query the Back-end servers in that order. The reverse is not true.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 5: (QID=4543)
John has recently downloaded an evaluation copy of Exchange 2003 server. John installed Exchange 2003 on a spare server in his test network. Due to an unexpected hardware failure in his production network, John now needs to use this server. He attempts to install Exchange 2003 using the Exchange 2003 Installation Wizard and choosing the Remove option. He has not made any changes, adjusted any settings or created mailboxes since installing the server. The Wizard is unable to remove Exchange 2003 successfully. What is the most likely reason?

1. He needs to reinstall the Operating system in order to remove any references to Exchange.
2. He needs to stop all the Exchange services before attempting to uninstall Exchange.
3. He needs to remove the Exchsrvr directory before attempting to uninstall Exchange.
4. He needs to remove the default Administrators mailbox before attempting to uninstall Exchange.
5. He needs to remove the bin directory before attempting to uninstall Exchange.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: A mailbox is created for the administrator during the installation of Exchange 2003. One of the pre-requisites for removing Exchange 2003, is that all Exchange mailboxes are removed from the server Exchange 2003 is being removed from.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 6: (QID=4251)
Steve is the Network Administrator for TechTutorials.net. His network contains 1 forest consisting of several domains. Steve is preparing his Active Directory infrastructure for the installation of Exchange 2003. When will Steve need to run the Domainprep utility?

1. Only on the domain containing the Schema FSMO
2. Once per domain
3. Once per domain containing Exchange servers
4. Only on the domain containing the Infrastructure FSMO
5. Once per domain containing Exchange enabled users
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 3 5

Explanation: The Domainprep utility needs to be run once in each domain that contains an Exchange 2003 server and in any domain which hosts Exchange users.

Web Reference – How to Run Exchange Server 2003 DomainPrep

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 7: (QID=4535)
Kenneth is the network manager for a large multinational company. His Exchange organisation receives thousands of emailsan hour, resulting in a large amount of transaction log files. On one of his Exchange servers, the hard disk is nearing its capacity. It will be a few weeks before Kenneth can plan the downtime in order to upgrade the servers hardware. So Kenneth wants to limit the amount of space the transaction log files can use. What can he do to accomplish this?

1. Enable circular logging.
2. Enable the Mailbox Management process.
3. Enable disk quotas.
4. Enable Offline storage
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 1
Explanation: Circular logging enables transaction logs to be reused in order to conserve disk space.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Computers

Question 8: (QID=4547)
You are the Messaging Architect for McMcse networks. Your network contains several Exchange 2003 servers. One of your engineers reports that after recently installing a new Domain Controller, he cannot access the Exchange tasks in Active Directory Users and Computers. All other existing Domain Controllers can still run the Exchange tasks. What should you tell your engineer?

1. He needs to install Exchange 2003 on the new Domain Controller.
2. He needs to install the Active Directory Connector on the new Domain Controller.
3. He needs to run Setup /domainprep on the new Domain Controller.
4. He needs to install the Exchange 2003 management tools on the new Domain Controller.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: If the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in is installed on a computer that does not have Exchange or the Exchange management tools installed, you will not be able to perform Exchange tasks from that computer. In this instance, installing Exchange server is not required, the Exchange management tools will be sufficient.

Objective: Managing and Monitoring Technologies that Support Exchange Server 2003

Question 9: (QID=4521)
John is about to install a second Exchange 2003 server into an existing Exchange organisation. He has installed Windows 2003 server onto a member server, applied the latest service packs and security updates. He has not yet changed any of the default settings. Which of the following components does John not need to install prior to installing Exchange 2003?

1. NNTP
2. SMTP
3. ASP.NET
4. Message Queuing
5. World Wide Web Publishing Service
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Windows server 2003 does not install IIS by default. The IIS prerequisites for installing Exchange 2003 are .Net Framework, ASP.NET, IIS, World Wide Web publishing service, SMTP and NNTP.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 10: (QID=4266)
Paul is the network manager of MC MCSE Networks. He is planning the implementation of Exchange 2003 server on his network. Management has asked that remote clients can connect to their mailboxes across the internet with the least possible effort. Paul is aware of a new feature in Exchange 2003 called RPC over HTTP, which will allow this. Which of the following is needed to support RPC over HTTP?

1. Windows Server 2003
2. Outlook Express
3. Outlook 2003
4. Exchange 2003
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 1 4 3

Explanation: HTTP over RPC requires Exchange 2003, to be installed on a Windows Server 2003, with the external clients connecting with Outlook 2003.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization

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