Win210 quiz 10a - _B_ 31. You are the network administrator...

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__ B__ 31. You are the network administrator for a small furniture manufacturing company in Portland, Oregon. The network comprises three Windows Server 2003 systems, all of which are configured as domain controllers. Each server has three disk drives in it. One drive is dedicated to the system and boot partition, and the other two drives hold the company sales order-processing database. All of the drives use NTFS. One day, a user reports that she has been configuring a folder that she created, removing all of the users, including herself, from the ACL. Now she is unable to access the files in the folder. How do you restore her access to the files in the folder? a. Restore the folder and its files from a backup taken before the user made the changes. b. Have the user assign herself permission to the folder again. c. Retake ownership of the folder, and reassign permissions to the users as necessary. d. Assign the user to the Creator/Owner special identity so she can edit the ACL. __D__ 32. You are the network administrator for a small craft supplies wholesaler in Memphis. You have a single server running Windows Server 2003. You are using the FAT file system and rely on share permissions to control access to data. You share out the E:\SALES folder as SALES and assign the Sales group the Full Control share permission. You then share out the E:\SALES\REPORTS folder as REPORTS and assign the Sales group the Read permission to the share. Which of the following actions can users not take on a file in the E:\SALES\REPORTS folder if they connect to the SALES share? a. Open a file b. Delete a file c. Change the attributes of a file d. Change the permissions on a file __D__ 33. You are troubleshooting a file access problem reported by a user called SallyJ from the Sales department. As a member of that department, she is a member of the Sales group. She is connecting to a shared folder called DATA, which is shared on the E:\DATA folder. You examine the share permissions and NTFS permissions on the folder and see the following:
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