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Unformatted text preview: 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Unit 1 Quiz Leave a message Due Jun 17 at 11:59pm Points 99.84 Questions 24 Time Limit None Instruc ons At this point, you should have completed all of the required readings in your textbook, reviewed all of the appropriate multimedia presentations, posted to the discussion forums, and completed the assignments for this unit. You are now ready to take the quiz! The quiz is comprised of true/false and multiple choice questions. Although I probably don't need to say this, remember that you should not be using your textbook, notes, the course site, or any other outside "resources" to complete the quiz. I am trusting that you will practice academic integrity. Make sure you click the "Submit Quiz" button when you have finished taking the quiz, so I am sure to get it. Good luck! © 2017 ECPI Take the Quiz Again A empt History LATEST Attempt Time Score Attempt 1 5,637 minutes 79.04 out of 99.84 Score for this quiz: 79.04 out of 99.84 Submitted Jun 17 at 8pm This attempt took 5,637 minutes. Question 1 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 The domain controllers are the computers that store and run the ____________. user database services database Managed Service Accounts database Correct! Active Directory database 1/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Question 2 Leave a message 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What is a container object that functions in a subordinate capacity to a domain, and still inherits policies and permissions from its parent objects? Group Correct! Organizational unit Domain Forest Explanation: An organizational unit (OU) is a container object that functions in a subordinate capacity to a domain, similar to a subdomain, but without the complete separation of security policies. As container objects, OUs can contain other OUs, as well as leaf objects. You can apply separate Group Policy settings to an OU and delegate the administration of an OU as needed. However, an OU is still part of the domain and still inherits policies and permissions from its parent objects. Question 3 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What special DNS resource record enables clients to locate domain controllers and other vital AD DS services? AAAA NS MX 2/14 6/17/2018 Correct! Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran SRV Leave a message Explanation: The DNS is essential to the operating of AD DS. To accommodate directory services such as AD DS, a special DNS resource record was created that enables clients to locate domain controllers and other vital AD DS services. Question 4 0 / 4.16 pts TLO1 Which term describes containers in a domain that allow you to organize and group resources for easier administration, including providing for delegating administrative rights? domains domain trees orrect Answer You Answered organizational units forests Question 5 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO2 An Active Directory _____ consists of one or more separate domain trees. organizational unit group domain 3/14 6/17/2018 Correct! Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran forest Leave a message Explanation: An Active Directory forest consists of one or more separate domain trees, which have the same two-way trust relationships between them as two domains in the same tree. When you create the first domain on an Active Directory network, you are in fact creating a new forest, and that first domain becomes the forest root domain. Question 6 0 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What administrative division in Active Directory is defined as a collection of subnets that have good connectivity between them to facilitate the replication process? Forests Locations You Answered orrect Answer Domains Sites Explanation: To facilitate the replication process, Active Directory includes another administrative division called the site. A site is defined as a collection of subnets that have good connectivity between them. Good connectivity is understood to be at least T-1 speed (1.544 megabits per second). Generally speaking, this means that a site consists of all the local area networks (LANs) at a specific location. A different site would be a network at a remote location, connected to the other site using a T-1 or a slower WAN technology. 4/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Question 7 Leave a message 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What is not a container, nor full-fledged security division and cannot have Group Policy settings applied directly to them? Organizational unit Correct! Group Domain Forest Explanation: Group objects are not containers, as OUs are, but they perform a similar function, with important differences. Groups are not full-fledged security divisions, as OUs are; you cannot apply Group Policy settings to a group object directly. However, group members— which can be leaf objects, such as users or computers, as well as other groups—inherit permissions assigned to that group. Question 8 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What are the three types of groups in a domain? domain trust groups, domain schema groups, and universal groups Correct! domain local groups, global groups, and universal groups global groups, domain trust groups, and schema groups universal groups, global catalog groups, and schema groups 5/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Question 9 4.16 / 4.16 pts Leave a message TLO1 What is an important difference between groups and OUs? An OU can represent the various divisions of your organization. OUs are a security entity. Correct! Group memberships are independent of the domain’s tree structure. Group membership can be a subset of an OU. Explanation: One of the most important differences between groups and OUs is that group memberships are independent of the domain’s tree structure. A group can have members located anywhere in the domain and, in some cases, can have members from other domains. Question 10 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What is the next level of Active Directory container object within a domain? Subdomain Forest Correct! Organizational unit Group 6/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Leave a message Explanation: An organizational unit (OU) is a container object that functions in a subordinate capacity to a domain, similar to a subdomain, but without the complete separation of security policies. As container objects, OUs can contain other OUs, as well as leaf objects. Question 11 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What are the two basic classes of Active Directory objects? Correct! Container and leaf objects Domain and user objects Security and distribution Active and passive Explanation: Objects come in two basic classes: container objects and leaf objects. A container object can have other objects subordinate to it, whereas a leaf object cannot have subordinate objects. The container objects essentially form the branches of the tree, with the leaf objects growing on the branches. Question 12 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 Which type of system must you connect to and use to make changes to Active Directory? RODC 7/14 6/17/2018 Correct! Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran writable domain controller Leave a message Forest Master domain tree Question 13 0 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What is a GUID? You Answered orrect Answer a unique identifier for a snapshot an Active Directory object ID a special file permission a group-user ID in Active Directory Explanation: A globally unique identifier (GUID) is what’s returned by the create snapshot command or displayed with the list all command. Question 14 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO2 Which term describes a collection of domain trees that share a common Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)? domains Correct! forests domain trees 8/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran organizational units Leave a message Explanation: A forest is a collection of domain trees that share a common Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). A forest can contain one or more domain trees or domains, all of which share a common logical structure. 0 / 4.16 pts Question 15 TLO1 When do you choose the functional level of the domain? Before the installation of Active Directory After the installation of Active Directory in Windows 2012 You Answered orrect Answer During the installation if Active Directory Domain Services During the promotion of member server to a Domain Controller Question 16 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO2 Where in the forest is a global catalog automatically created? the PDC Emulator the most powerful system Correct! the first domain controller the schema master 9/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Question 17 Leave a message 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 Active Directory keeps a naming convention for the domain that mirrors ______. DHCP WINS Correct! DNS files and folders Explanation: Active Directory uses the Domain Name System (DNS) naming conventions for its domains. You can create an Active Directory domain using the registered domain name you use on the Internet, or you can create an internal domain name, without registering it. Question 18 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 You must use the DCPROMO utility in Windows 2012 to promote a member server to a domain controller? True Correct! False Question 19 4.16 / 4.16 pts 10/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran TLO1 What is the global catalog? Leave a message The schema that lists what objects and attributes exist in the AD DS forest A list of all domain controllers currently available Correct! An index of all AD DS objects in a forest A matrix of all domains, sites, and domain controllers Explanation: The global catalog is an index of all AD DS objects in a forest that prevents systems from having to perform searches among multiple domain controllers. Question 20 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO2 What is the fundamental component of the Active Directory architecture, functioning as the boundary for virtually all directory functions, including administration, access control, database management, and replication? Organizational unit Correct! Domain Group Forest 11/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Leave a message Explanation: The domain is the fundamental component of the Active Directory architecture. You can zoom into a domain and create a hierarchy within it, and you can zoom out and create a hierarchy out of multiple domains. In AD DS, domains function by default as the boundaries for virtually all directory functions, including administration, access control, database management, and replication. Question 21 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What is the method for removing a domain controller in Windows Server 2012 R2? Using the Dcpromo.exe command Using the Adprep.exe command Using the Add Roles and Features Wizard Correct! Using the Remove Roles and Features Wizard Explanation: To remove a domain controller from an AD DS installation, you must begin by running the Remove Roles and Features Wizard. Question 22 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO2 Which term describes a collection of domains grouped together in hierarchical structures that share a common root domain? organizational units 12/14 6/17/2018 Correct! Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran domain tree(s) Leave a message domains forests Question 23 4.16 / 4.16 pts TLO1 What determines the functional level of an Active Directory forest? How many domains are in the forest The functional level as specified in the Active Directory Users and Computers console How many domain controllers are in each domain Correct! The lowest version of Windows Server on a domain controller Explanation: Functional levels are designed to provide backward compatibility in AD DS installations, with domain controllers running various versions of the Windows Server operating system. Each successive version of Windows Server includes new Active Directory features, which are not directly compatible with previous versions. By selecting the functional level representing the oldest Windows version running on your domain controllers, you disable these new features, so that the various domain controllers can interoperate properly. Question 24 0 / 4.16 pts 13/14 6/17/2018 Unit 1 Quiz: 201806E OL CIS256 BO Windows Active Directory V. Tran Leave a message TLO1 What two things must you do to a Windows Server to convert it to a domain controller? You Answered orrect Answer Install Server Manager. Install Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). Install DNS. Correct! Execute dcpromo from Server Manager. Quiz Score: 79.04 out of 99.84 14/14 ...
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