Win310 quiz 3 & 4

Win310 quiz 3 & 4 - CHAPTER 3 1. Which two methods of...

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CHAPTER 3 1. Which two methods of name resolution are available on a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network? a. WINS b. TCP/IP c. DNS d. DHCP 2. Host name resolution on a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network uses DNS to map which two items to one another? a. Host name to IP address b. FQDN to MAC address c. Host name to MAC address d. FQDN to IP address 3. Which are four key benefits of using DNS for name resolution? a. Scalability b. Constancy c. Fault tolerance d. Ease of use e. Simplicity 4. Internet namespace has a hierarchical structure with the root domain located at the top of the structure. What is used to represent the root domain? a. .com b. .edu c. .net d. dot (.) 5. True or false: When you install Microsoft Windows Server 2003, DNS is installed automatically? 6. There are two types of DNS zones. One type is used to look up FQDNs, and the other is used to look up IP addresses. What are the two types of zones? a. Forward lookup zones b. Reverse lookup zones c. Standard lookup zones d. Secondary lookup zones 7. What are the four types of standard DNS zones? a. Standard primary b. Stub c. Standard secondary d. Active Directory–integrated e. in-addr.arpa
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8. A host must communicate with a server on the same network. The host has the IP address of the server. What process will DNS use to obtain the name of the server? a. Standard lookup b. Forward lookup c. Reverse lookup d. Inverse lookup 9. Your Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network is running DNS. The network has a DNS server with a standard primary zone and two DNS servers hosting standard secondary zones. You must make a manual entry in the DNS database, and you would like this entry to replicate to all other DNS servers on the network. You must make the entry on which DNS server? a. You can make the entry on any of the DNS servers. b. You can make the entry on one of the servers that hosts a standard secondary DNS zone. c. You can make the entry on only the server that hosts the primary DNS zone. d. The update must be made on both secondary servers. 10. You are the administrator of a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 domain. Your domain has three DNS servers, which are located on domain controllers. Currently, you can create updates on only one of the DNS servers. You would like to be able to make changes to the DNS database on any of the three DNS servers, and you want these changes to replicate to all other DNS servers in your domain. You should make which configuration change? a. Convert all DNS servers to primary DNS servers. b. Convert all DNS server zones to Active Directory–integrated zones. c. This cannot be accomplished. d. Create forwarding entries on the DNS servers with secondary zone files. 11.
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Win310 quiz 3 & 4 - CHAPTER 3 1. Which two methods of...

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