70-284 EXAM Question 03

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Question 21: (QID=4518)
Steve is the network manager of McMcse networks. He is currently designing a strategy to upgrade his current network, consisting of a Windows NT4.0 domain and Exchange 5.5 to a Windows 2003 Active Directory and Exchange 2003. Initially, he plans to upgrade his PDC and BDCs to Windows 2003 Domain Controllers. Next he will install Exchange 2003 onto a new Windows 2003 member server. In order to migrate mailboxes to the new Exchange server he must connect the Exchange 5.5 server to the Active Directory. Which of the following tools should Steve use to achieve this?

1. Windows 2000 Active Directory Connector
2. Windows 2003 Active Directory Connector
3. Exchange 2003 Active Directory Connector
4. Exchange 2000 Active Directory Connector
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: Of all the Active Directory Tools, the Exchange 2003 version provides more functionality than its Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 counterparts. There is no such tool as the Windows 2003 Active Directory Connector.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 22: (QID=4523)
Brian is an installations consultant for McMcse Networks. He has been tasked with installing an Exchange 2003 server for a local college. The college has their internet connection provided by their Local Education Authority. They have emailed you details of which IP address to use internally for the server, the SMTP domain name, and a Store and Forward server (otherwise known as a Smart Host). Where in the Exchange System Manager would you configure the Smart Host?

1. In the Message Delivery properties.
2. In the SMTP connector properties.
3. In the Recipient Update Service properties.
4. In the Bridgehead Server properties.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: When you create a SMTP connector, you have an option to either deliver all mail using DNS or via a Smart Host. Many ISPs will not allow the correct ports direct access to the internet, but will allow all mail to be delivered via a Smart Host, or Store and Forward server.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization

Question 23: (QID=4525)
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 Domainprep?

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

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Domainprep needs to be run once in each domain that contains an Exchange server, and once in each domain that will contain mail enabled users.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 24: (QID=4527)
Charles is a the Systems Administrator for McMcse Networks. He is in the process of upgrading his Active Directory network to the latest Microsoft platforms. He has already upgraded all of his Windows 2000 domain controllers to Windows server 2003. Now he wants to upgrade his Windows 2000 member server running Exchange 2000 to Windows 2003 server running Exchange 2003. Which component should he upgrade first?

1. Both can be upgraded at the same time using the Exchange Upgrade wizard.
2. There is no upgrade path, he will need to install both on a new server.
3. The Operating System from Windows 2000 to Windows 2003.
4. The Exchange sever, from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: The only version of Exchange that can run on Windows 2003 is Exchange 2003. Therefore Exchange Server should be upgraded first.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 25: (QID=4258)
Joseph is the IT Manager of MC MCSE Networks. His network currently consists of a Windows 2003 server Active Directory running with Exchange. Joseph is planning the migration from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003. Which of the following must be removed from the Exchange 2000 server, before upgrading to Exchange 2003?

1. Public Folders
2. Mailboxes
3. Chat Service
4. Key Management Service
5. Instant Messaging Server
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 5 4 3

Explanation: In order to upgrade Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003 you must remove Instant Messaging, Chat, Key Management Service and MS Mail or Lotus cc:Mail connectors as these are all no longer supported in Exchange 2003.

Web Reference – Planning an Upgrade from Exchange 2000

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 26: (QID=4530)
Mary has recently installed Exchange 2003 into her organisation. She now wants to make use of Exchange 2003 extensive Public Folder infrastructure. She plans to create all the top level folders in the structure. Which of the following type of items can a Public Folder not contain?

1. Contact Items
2. Note Items
3. Mail and Post Items
4. Calendar Items
5. Task Items
6. Journal Items
7. Public folders can contain all of the above items.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 7
Explanation: Public folders can contain any item an Exchange email client does by default. The default when creating a new public folder is Folder Contains: Mail and Post Items. This can be changed using the drop down list to any of the above noted options.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization

Question 27: (QID=4269)
Mark is installing a new Exchange 2003 server in his network to replace the existing Exchange 2000 server. He wants to be able to extract data from mailboxes on the Exchange 2000 Server and then merge this data into mailboxes on the Exchange 2003 Server. Which tool should Mark use?

1. ExchMig
2. ExExtract
3. ExchExtract
4. Exmerge
5. ExMigrate
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Exmerge.exe is a tool that will complete this task. It is available to download from the Microsoft website. The extracted files should be placed in the Exchsvrbin directory.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 28: (QID=4540)
Steve is the Network Engineer for MCMcse Networks. The company has several offices across Great Britain and Ireland. Steve has been tasked with rolling out Exchange 2003 across the company, with an Exchange 2003 enterprise server in each office. As most of the servers will be configured almost identically, Steve has decided to save time and perform unattended installs using an answer file for the smaller offices. He has created a file named Exchremote.ini which he has saved to a floppy disk. If the server CDROM drive is always configured as E: and the floppy drive as A:, which of the following commands should Steve use to initiate the Exchange 2003 unattended install?

1. E:Setupi386setup.exe /unattendfile a:Exchremote.ini
2. E:Setupi386winnt.exe /unattendfile a:Exchremote.ini
3. E:Setupi386winnt32.exe /unattendinstall a:Exchremote.ini
4. E:Setupi386setup.exe /R a:Exchremote.ini
5. E:Setupi386setup.exe /unattendinstall a:Exchremote.ini
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 1
Explanation: The installation file is setup.exe. The command line switch needed to call the answer file is /unattendfile. This file can be created by using the /createunattend command line switch.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 29: (QID=4526)
Adam is the Messaging Administrator for McMcse networks. The Exchange organisation contains several Exchange 2003 servers located across many locations and configured in several different routing groups. After a recent change in the network topology, Adam wants to move some of his Exchange servers between routing groups in order to reflect the new network topology. He finds he is unable to unable to do this. What can Adam do to allow him to move these servers?

1. Convert his Active Directory Domain functional level to Windows 2003.
2. Nothing, you cannot move Exchange servers between routing groups.
3. Ensure he is attempting move the servers on the Bridgehead Exchange server in each routing group.
4. Use ADSIEdit.exe to make the required changes.
5. Convert his Active Directory Forest functional level to Windows 2003.
6. Convert his Exchange organisation from Mixed mode to Native mode.
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 6
Explanation: By default Exchange 2003 is installed in Mixed mode. The organisation needs to be converted to Native mode in order to support features such as moving servers between routing groups, allowing routing groups to consist of servers from different administrative groups and making SMTP the default routing protocol.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 30: (QID=4250)
Which of the following Operating Systems can Exchange 2003 be installed onto?

1. Windows 2000 Server SP3
2. Windows NT4.0 Server, SP6a
3. Windows 2003 Server, Enterprise Edition
4. Windows 2003 Server, Web Edition
5. Windows 2003 Server, Standard Edition
6. Windows 2000 Server, SP2
Wrong!

Correct answer(s): 5 3 1

Explanation: Exchange 2003 can be installed on Windows Server 2000 SP3 or later and on the Windows 2003 server family, with the exception of Web Edition.

Web Reference: – System Requirements for Exchange Server 2003

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

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