Question 41 out of 1 pointsIf a single domain controller’s AD database becomes corrupt, which type of restore should you perform on it?
ResponseFeedback:With a nonauthoritative restore, you restore a backup of Active Directory as of the date of the backup. The AD DS restarts on the domain controller,and the domain controller contacts the other domain controllers to get updates since the backups were completed. The other domain controllers replicate the information to the restored domain controller so that they are the same.Question 51 out of 1 pointsTo perform an authoritative restore of an object or subtree, what bit of information doyou need to know about the object?Selected Answer:its distinguished nameAnswers:its formal nameits exact locationits OU and proper nameits distinguished name
Response Feedback:To perform an authoritative restore of an object or subtree, you need to know the distinguished name of the object.