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Homework-chapters7-8-ans - Homework #3 - Chapters 7-8...

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Homework #3 - Chapters 7-8 True/False Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false. ____ F1. On a domain controller, members of the Power Users group can create user and group accounts and modify the users and groups they have created. ____ T2. The person nominated in the Name field of the Managed By tab of the computer accounts properties must exist in Active Directory. ____ F3. When you use Dsadd to create a computer account, the DN must be surrounded by quotation marks in order for the account to be created successfully. Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 4. Which of the following is not a domain functional level supported by Windows Server 2003? a. Windows 2000 mixed b. Windows Server 2003 interim c. Windows Server 2003 mixed d. Windows Server 2003 ____ 5. Which of the following is not a built-in Active Directory group? a. Backup Operators b. Power Users c. Account Operators d. Network Configuration Operators ____ 6. What happens to the local Administrators group when a computer is added to the domain? a. The Domain Admins global group is added to the local Administrators group. b. The local Administrators group is added to the Domain Admins global group. c. The Domain Admins global group is added to the Computers local group. d. The Domain Admins global group is added to the Power Users group. ____ 7. Where do you change the group scope? a. In the Scopes properties tab of the group in Active Directory Users and Computers b. In the General properties tab of the group in Active Directory Users and Computers
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c. In the Members properties tab of the group in Active Directory Users and Com- puters d. In the Type properties tab of the group in Active Directory Users and Computers ____ 8. Which of the following statements is not true of universal groups? a. Universal groups can be granted access permissions for resources in any domain in the forest, and in domains in other trusted forests. b. Universal groups are available only in the Windows 2000 native and Windows Server 2003 functional levels. c. Universal groups can be converted to domain local groups or to global groups, as long as they do not have other universal groups as members. d. Universal groups can be granted access permissions only for resources in the domain in the forest in which they are created. ____ 9. Which of the following Active Directory built-in groups does not have the right to back up files and directories? a. Account Operators b. Server Operators c. Administrators d. Backup Operators ____ 10. Which of the following statements is true of global groups? a. Global groups can include only users from within their domain. b.
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