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18/25 72% Lesson 2 Review True/False Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false. 1. Active Directory acts as a container for resources called objects (physical or logical resources). 2. A globally unique identifier (GUID) is a unique 56-bit hexadecimal number associated with the object name. 3. A domain is a grouping of resource objects that can be managed as a unit or partition in Active Directory in Windows  Server 2003. 4. A forest creates a security boundary around the objects held within it. 5. Active Directory replication is similar to that of Windows NT directory replication where one domain controller holds the  writable copy of the directory database and all other domain controllers contain read-only copies. This is referred to as  multi-master replication. 6. A security descriptor, also referred to as an access control list (ACL), contains all information about access to a particular  object. The components of an ACL are: Discretionary access control list (DACL) and System access control list (SACL)
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