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Unformatted text preview: _D___ 31. On a system running Active Directory at a Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level, what objects can be a member of a universal group? a. User and computer accounts, universal groups, and global groups from any domain; other domain local groups from the same domain. b. User and computer accounts, other universal groups, and global groups from any domain. c. User and computer accounts and other global groups from the same domain. d. None. Universal groups are not supported at the Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level. __A__ 32. You are the network administrator for a frozen foods wholesaler. The network comprises 3 Windows 2000 Server systems and 165 workstations that run Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000 Professional. You are planning to install a new Windows Server 2003 system and want to configure the domain functional level for the highest level supported by both servers. You also want to use universal security and distribution groups, and group nesting. What domain functional level servers....
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