Win210 quiz 7c - B_ 21. You are the network administrator...

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B___ 21. You are the network administrator for a clothing manufacturer in Boise, Idaho. The network comprises three domains. Each domain is assigned to a specific division in the company. You have six Windows Server 2003 systems running Standard Edition. Active Directory is running at a Windows Server 2003 domain functional level. You have a group of auditors who move from department to department in the course of their work. Because they move around, they need access to the nearest printer at any given time. Which of the following do you do to accommodate this? a. Create a global group, place the user accounts for the auditors in that group, and then assign the global group permissions to all of the printers in each of the domains. b. Create a universal group, place the user accounts for the auditors in that group, and then assign the universal group permissions to all of the printers in each of the domains. c. Create a universal group, place the user accounts for the auditors in that group, and then place the universal group into the local printer users group on the domain controllers that host a printer. d. Create a universal group, and place the user accounts for the auditors in that group. Create a global group, and place the auditors universal group into that global group. Finally, assign the global group permissions to the printers in each domain. _A___ 22. You are the network administrator for a real estate agency in Washington, D.C. The network comprises three Windows Server 2003 systems and 120 client systems running Windows XP Professional. You have two domains, one representing each of the two divisions of the company (residential and commercial). You receive a request to create a group called Marketing that will be assigned resource access to resources in both domains. However, when you go to create a new security group, in the Group Scope option the Universal option button is grayed out. Which of the following is the most likely cause of the problem? a. You are running at a Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level. b. You are running at a Windows 2000 native domain functional level. c. You are running at a Windows Server 2003 domain functional level. d. You have more than one domain. _C___ 23. You are the network administrator for a company that sells computer books. The network comprises six Windows Server 2003 systems, three of which are domain controllers. The other servers are member servers. Active Directory is operating at a Windows Server 2003 functional level. One of the domain controllers hosts a database application, and you need to provide users in the Sales department with access to a folder on that server that contains the data files for the database. Which of the following is the best approach to take?
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