70-284 EXAM Question 02

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Question 11: (QID=4542)
Brian installed Exchange 2003 on his test network for evaluation and testing, before deploying Exchange in his live environment. Brian now wants to remove Exchange, without having to rebuild his network. Which of the following is the preferred method of removing Exchange 2003 from an Active Directory network?

1. Using the Active Directory tool NTDSUtil.exe
2. By removing entries in the registry and Exchange related files.
3. Using the Microsoft Exchange Installation Wizard
4. Using the Microsoft Exchange Removal Wizard.
5. By using a System Restore mount point.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: The preferred method to remove Exchange is by using the Installation Wizard and choosing Remove. This will not only remove the Exchange software from the server, but will also remove all references in the Active Directory to Exchange.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 12: (QID=4532)
Jason is the messaging architect for McMcse Labs. The network consists of Windows 2003 domain controllers and member servers of various operating systems running Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2003. On the Exchange 2003 server Jason has configured three administrative groups named Admin, Production and Dev. An employee named Steven Jones has been transferred from Production to Admin, so Jason wants to move his mailbox to reflect the correct administrative group. He is unable to do this using the Move Mailbox Wizard. What should Jason do?

1. Use the Exmerge.exe utility to export his mailbox from the Production administrative group and import it to the Admin administrative group.
2. Convert the Exchange organisation to Native mode, mailboxes cannot be moved between administrative groups in Mixed mode.
3. Use Exchange Tasks to delete his mailbox, and the recreate it in the correct administrative group.
4. This cannot be done in Exchange 2003.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 1
Explanation: Jason cannot convert the Exchange organisation to Native mode as it still contains an Exchange 5.5 server. The best way to accomplish this move is to use the Exmerge.exe utility.

Objective: Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists

Question 13: (QID=4260)
Robert is the manager of Windows 2003 Active Directory network running Exchange 2003. He has now upgraded all of his users mobile client PCs to run Office 2003, including Outlook 2003. He would like his external users to be able to use Outlook 2003 to access the Exchange server from outside the firewall without installing or configuring VPN software. Which of the new features to Exchange 2003 will allow Robert to achieve this?

1. Offline Client Support
2. RPC over HTTP
3. HTTP over VPN
4. It is not possible
5. Remote Access Client
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: Exchange 2003 running on Windows Server 2003, supports a new feature called RPC over HTTP, which can be used with Outlook 2003. This eliminates the need for a VPN connection or for opening additional ports on the firewall when a user is accessing Exchange information. RPC over HTTP encapsulates RPC requests in HTTP so that you only need to open a port for HTTP in your external firewall.

Objective: Managing Security in the Exchange Environment

Question 14: (QID=4259)
Sam has recently installed Exchange 2003 into his organization and is now ready to configure it. He wishes to create and apply Exchange policies to manage his Exchange settings. Which of the following is an Exchange System Policy?

1. Server policy
2. Email policy
3. Public Store policy
4. Mailbox Store policy
5. Connector policy
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4 3 1

Explanation: There are three types of system policies. Mailbox store policies are used to configure the properties of multiple mailbox store objects. Public store policies are used to configure the properties of multiple public folder stores. Server policies are used to configure the properties of multiple server objects.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 15: (QID=4533)
Ron is in the process of migrating all users from one Active Directory to another after his company successfully bought out a competitor. He is planning to use the Exmerge.exe utility to export all mailboxes from the acquired companies Exchange server. After installing the utility what does he need to do next in order for Exmerge.exe to run successfully?

1. Ensure the user account being used to run Exmerge has Schema Admin permissions.
2. Grant the user account being used Merge permissions on the Mailbox store.
3. Convert the Exchange organisation from Mixed mode to Native mode.
4. Grant the user account being used Send As and Receive As permissions on the Mailbox store.
5. Ensure the user account being used to run Exmerge has Enterprise Admin permissions.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: The user account running Exmerge needs to have Send As and Receive As permissions to the mailboxes is to export. By default, not even the Full Exchange Administrator account has these permissions. So they will need to be assigned before using Exmerge.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 16: (QID=4531)
Dean is a systems engineer for McMcses internal network. The network consists of a Windows 2003 Active Directory and an Exchange 2003 server. All users have a SMTP email address of %Username%@McMcse.com. One of McMcses employees, Helen Irvine, just got married and her surname is now Smith. Dean has been requested to change Helens default email address to HelenSmith@McMcse.com while still allowing any email addressed to HelenIrvine@McMcse.com to be delivered. What is the best way for Dean to achieve this?

1. Change the default username in Active Directory Users and Computers.
2. Add the new SMTP address to the Recipient Update Service.
3. Add the new SMTP address to the Default Recipient Policy.
4. Add the new email address in the Aliases tab in Active Directory Users and Computers. Set the new address as Primary.
5. Add the new email address in the Email Addresses tab in Active Directory Users and Computers. Set the new address as Primary.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 5
Explanation: The Email addresses tab allows you to add multiple email addresses for one mailbox. This is useful in the above scenario, and also to cover spelling mistakes in email addresses such as Micheal and Michael, or for generic names as SystemAdmin.

Objective: Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists

Question 17: (QID=4254)
John is a member of the IT Design team, planning an enterprise Exchange 2003 solution. The team would like to implement Exchange 2003 in a clustered configuration. Which of the following is true of Exchange 2003 and clustering?

1. No versions of Exchange 2003 support clustering
2. Only Exchange 2003 Clustered Edition supports clustering
3. Only Exchange 2003 Standard Edition supports clustering
4. All versions of Exchange 2003 support clustering
5. Only Exchange 2003, Enterprise Edition supports clustering
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 5
Explanation: Web Reference – Exchange Server 2003 Cluster Architecture

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 18: (QID=4262)
Gareth has recently commissioned a new Exchange 2003 server to his domain. When Garteth creates a new mailbox for a user, an email address or email addresses are automatically created. What defines the SMTP addresses created automatically in an Exchange 2003 organization?

1. Default Domain Group Policy
2. Group Policy
3. SMTP Policy
4. Default Recipient Policy
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: The organization’s default recipient policy creates the user’s e-mail address.

Objective: Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists

Question 19: (QID=4253)
Jim is a Commissioning Consultant for MC MCSE Networks. He has been tasked with installing multiple Exchange 2003 servers in a large Active Directory environment. Jim has decided that after commissioning the first and second Exchange 2003 server, the rest will use an unattended installation process. Which of the following will create the Unattend initialization file required?

1. Setup.exe /createunattend c:unattend.ini
2. Winnt.exe /createunattend c:unattend.ini
3. Winnt.exe /Answerfile c:unattend.ini
4. Setup.exe /Answerfile c:unattend.ini
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 1
Explanation: The unattended installation can be used when installing the second or subsequent Exchange 2003 computers in your organization. The command line required is Setup.exe /createunattend followed by the path and name of the ini file.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 20: (QID=4261)
Fred has just installed his first Exchange 2003 server into his organization. He is familiarizing himself with how to manage and configure his users to receive mail. Which of the following tasks can the Exchange task wizard perform using the Active Directory Users and Computers tool?

1. Move a mailstore
2. Remove Exchange attributes
3. Configure Exchange Connectors
4. Create or Delete a mailstore
5. Move a mailbox
6. Create or Delete a mailbox
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 6 5 2

Explanation: The Exchange Task Wizard is used to configure and manage users, contacts, and groups for messaging purposes. Here is the complete list of Exchange-specific tasks that Exchange Task Wizard can perform the following:

Create mailboxes, Move mailboxes, Delete mailboxes, Designate an e-mail address, Configure Exchange features, Remove Exchange attributes, Delete e-mail addresses, Hide group membership, Associate external accounts.

Objective: Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists

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