70-284 EXAM Question 05


Question 41: (QID=4520)
Fred is the Messaging Solutions Manager for McMcse networks. A user has complained to Fred that he is unable to automatically forward his email using Outlook rules to his internet email account. He claims that he was previously able to automatically forward email to an internal colleague. What could be the issue?

1. All automatic forwarding rules can only be setup on Outlook 2003 clients only.
2. Allow automatic forward is not ticked in the default Internet Message Format properties.
3. All automatic forwarding rules must be set up on the Exchange server, not on the Outlook client.
4. Allow automatic forward is not ticked in the default Message Delivery properties.
5. It is not possible to automatically forward email outside of an Exchange organisation.

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: By default the Allow automatic forward box is not ticked in the Default Internet Message format properties. If you wish to allow automatic forwarding to internet addresses, this will need to be checked.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization

Question 42: (QID=4529)
Fred is an installations consultant for McMcse. He is currently advising a college on installing Exchange 2003 to replace their Exchange 5.5 server. The network manager of the college does not want to configure a full migration from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003. However, he does want to migrate his own mailbox and the head teacher’s mailbox – all other mailboxes will no longer be needed. Which of the following Microsoft tools will achieve the export of these mailboxes on the Exchange 5.5 server, and the import of these mailboxes to the Exchange 2003 server?

1. Replmon.exe
2. Eseutil.exe
3. SMTPDiag.exe
4. Exmerge.exe
5. Isinteg.exe

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Exmerge.exe (Exchange Server Mailbox Merge Wizard) can extract email from the Exchange 5.5 server to PST format. It can then import from PST format into the Exchange 2003 database.

Objective: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003

Question 43: (QID=4268)
Greg is an newly qualified engineer for MC MCSE Networks. MC MCSE Networks has several Windows 2003 servers configured in a single Active Directory and an Exchange 2003 server hosting the companies mail solution. Gregs boss asks him to perform an offline backup of the Exchange server before they are ready to commence some major system changes. What must Greg do to complete an offline backup?

1. It is only possible to complete an online backup of Exchange 2003
2. Shut down the server
3. Remove the Network Cable
4. Dismount the Public and Mail stores.
5. Stop all Exchange related services.

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: To perform an offline backup of Exchange 2003 databases, you must dismount the mailbox and public folder stores before manually backing up an Exchange 2003 database and transaction log files.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Computers

Question 44: (QID=4522)
Mike is configuring Exchange 2003 for a client of McMcse networks. Prior to his installation the client has asked which ports need to be opened on the company firewall. You need to allow SMTP as the mail delivery mechanism, and you plan to only allow Outlook Web Access via HTTP over SSL so it is secure. Which of the following ports does Mike need to advise the client to configure on their firewall?

1. Port 883
2. Port 110
3. Port 443
4. Port 25
5. Port 21
6. Port 26
7. Port 80

Correct answer(s): 4 3

Explanation: SMTP traffic uses port 25, and HTTP over SSL (HTTPS) uses port 443.

Objective: Managing Security in the Exchange Environment

Question 45: (QID=4544)
Steve is the network manager of MCMcse Networks. The network team recently rolled out Exchange 2003 across multiple sites within the company. Steve wants to limit the administrative permission his Network Engineers have to the Exchange servers. He would like to give the junior Network Engineers the ability to only read the Exchange configuration, but not to be able to change or modify it. Which of the following Exchange permissions should Steve delegate to the junior Network Engineers?

1. Exchange Full Administrator
2. Exchange View Only Administrator
3. Exchange Reader
4. Exchange Administrator
5. Exchange Read Only Administrator

Correct answer(s): 2
Explanation: The Exchange View Only Administrator will allow read access to the Exchange configuration information. Exchange Administrator and Full Administrator will allow to much rights, whereas the other options do not exist.

Objective: Managing Security in the Exchange Environment

Question 46: (QID=4545)
Freddie manages the Exchange organisation for McMcse Networks. All Exchange servers are Exchange 2003, Enterprise edition. McMcse Networks are under a lot of pressure to develop some new websites for some clients, so decide to employ some contractors. This group of people will change regularly depending on the skill set required for certain components. Management have asked you to create an Exchange distribution group for these contractors and the internal staff working on this project at any one time, what kind of group would you create?

1. A global security group.
2. A global distribution group.
3. A universal security group.
4. A query-based distribution group.
5. A universal distribution group.

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: Query-based distribution groups define group membership by performing an LDAP search each time an email is sent to it. As the project group will change frequently, administration will be a lot easier of the email group if it is query based.

Objective: Managing Security in the Exchange Environment

Question 47: (QID=4264)
Laura has been contracted to commission a new network for MC MCSE. The network will consist of a Windows 2003 Active Directory and Exchange Server 2003. Laura wants to be able to bulk import users and contacts to be used in AD and Exchange. Which of the following tools will allow her to do this?


Correct answer(s): 4 2

Explanation: LDAP Data Interchange Format Directory Exchange (LDIFDE) and Comma Separated Value Directory Exchange (CSVDE) can both perform bulk imports to Active Directory.

Objective: Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists

Question 48: (QID=4528)
Connor is the Network Manager for McMcse Networks. He is currently designing a backup strategy for his new Exchange 2003 server using the default Windows 2003 backup. Which of the following directories does Microsoft recommend should not be backed up through the file structure?

1. C:Program FilesExchsrvrschema
2. C:Program FilesExchsrvrOMA
3. C:Program FilesExchsrvrMDBDATA
4. C:Program FilesExchsrvrexchweb
5. C:Program FilesExchsrvrbin

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: Exchange database and transaction logs are constantly changing. Microsoft recommend you back them up using the Microsoft Information Store option in Microsoft Exchange server in Backup, rather than backing up the physical files. This forces backup to use the Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) to backup the database correctly.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Computers

Question 49: (QID=4267)
Steve is configuring his Exchange 2003 server to allow his users to connect to their email using Outlook Web Access. He is aware that Exchange 2003 provides a new logon page that allows users to choose the version of OWA to connect with. Steve would like to enable this logon page so users with slow internet connections can connect using the Basic client, while still allowing users with fast connections to connect with the Premium client. What must be enabled to take advantage of this new feature?

1. Forms based authentication
2. It is enabled by default
3. Single sign-on authentication
4. Client versions are not available using Outlook Web Access
5. Dual sign-on authentication

Correct answer(s): 1
Explanation: To enable this feature, you need to enable forms-based authentication on the HTTP virtual server using the Exchange Manager.

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization

Question 50: (QID=4537)
Brian has been employed to commission an Exchange 2003 server for McMcse Networks. After commissioning the new Exchange server, Brian configured a Default Recipient Policy to create an SMTP address of @McMcse.com for all users. Currently all users in the Active Directory have a username in the form of Initial.Surname (ie b.gibson). With the above recipient policy set all users have been automatically generated a SMTP address of Username@McMcse.com. (ie b.gibson@McMcse.com). However, the Network Manager would like all email addresses in the domain to be configured in the following format, Firstname.Lastname@McMcse.com (ie. Brian.Gibson@McMcse.com). How can Brian achieve this?

1. Manually change the default SMTP address in the user properties of each user in Active Directory Users and Computers.
2. Change the default SMTP address in the Recipient Update Service to %g.%s@McMcse.com
3. Manually change the default SMTP address in the user properties of each user in the Exchange System Manager.
4. Change the default SMTP address in the default Recipient Policy to %F.%S@McMcse.com
5. Change the default SMTP address in the default Recipient Policy to %g.%s@McMcse.com
6. Change the default SMTP address in the Recipient Update Service to %F.%S@McMcse.com

Correct answer(s): 5
Explanation: The SMTP address needs to changed in the Default Recipient Policy. Exchange 2003 has some default variables set that can be used as follows:

%s = Surname
%g = Given (first) name
%i = Middle Initial
%d = Display name
%m = Exchange Alias

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