Win210 quiz 12c - _B_ 51. When you use basic disks on a...

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__B__ 51. When you use basic disks on a Windows Server 2003 domain controller, where is the information about the partitions on the drive stored? a. The MFT b. The MBR c. LDM database d. Active Directory __C__ 52. You are about to convert a basic disk to a dynamic disk. Which of the following should you do before proceeding? a. Remove any spanned or striped volumes. b. Delete all of the volumes. c. Make sure you have a complete backup of the data on the drive. d. If the drive has an extended partition, remove any logical drives in that partition. _A___ 53. You are the network administrator for a building supplies wholesaler. You have a single Windows Server 2003 system that has three 16-GB IDE disk drives in it. Each disk has three volumes on it that together use 100 percent of the available space. The first volume on disk 0 (C:) is the system and boot volume for the server. This volume is mirrored to the first volume on disk 1. The second volume on the first disk is configured as E:, and the third volume on the first disk is configured as F:. The second and third volumes on the second drive are G: and H:, respectively. The first, second, and third volumes on the third disk are called I:, J:, and K:, respectively. Recently you have experienced disk-related performance problems with the server and are looking at ways to address this. One reliable source suggests placing the Active Directory database and log files on separate disks. After consulting the documentation that was created when the server was installed, you determine that the Active Directory log files are indeed stored on the same volume as the Active Directory database. Which of the following volumes do you move the Active Directory log files to? a. J: b. G: c. F: d. H: _D___ 54. You are the network administrator for an architectural design firm. The company recently created a new materials analysis department, and you have been asked to specify a new server for the department’s use. The manager wants you to specify a server that is as fault tolerant as possible and provides sufficient storage for a large materials database. The database will be hosted on a RAID-5 array, and the system and boot volume will be mirrored. The database will be around 80 GB, growing to around 100 GB after the architects add their data. It is unlikely to grow beyond that size, but the manager wants at least 20 percent free space within the array to allow for future growth. The server you are considering for the department has capacity for up to five drives. You decide to purchase two 20-GB drives to hold the system and boot partitions. What is the minimum size of drives you should specify for the RAID array? a. 20 GB b. 40 GB c. 50 GB d. 60 GB __D__ 55. You are the network administrator for a community college. The network comprised of three Windows Server 2003 systems and more than 200 Windows XP Professional workstations. Each server has four 12-GB drives in it. Each drive has two 4-GB partitions on it that were created using FAT. The rest of the disk is free space. No fault-tolerant storage
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