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Test 3

Test 3 - CHAPTER 07 Designing an Administrative Security...

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CHAPTER 07 Designing an Administrative Security Structure MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Which of the following objects can be contained in an organizational unit? a. Site links b. Shared folders c. GPO links d. External trusts ANSWER: B EXPLANATION: Organizational units (OUs) can contain users, computers, groups, printers, applications, security policies, shared folders, and nested OUs. (Discussion starts on page 196.) DIF: Demonstration REF: Chapter 7 2. Which of the following is one of the five models used for designing OU structures? DIF: Demonstration REF: Chapter 7 3. When applying Group Policy settings to an OU, what feature can you use to allow an administrator to enforce the User Configuration settings for a set of computers in a particular OU?
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DIF: Demonstration REF: Chapter 7
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