Question 17 1 out of 1 points when you do an

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Question 17 1 out of 1 points When you do an authoritative restore process, a back-links file is created. What is a back-links file? Selected Answer: a reference to an attribute within another object Answers: a reference to an attribute within another object a reference to metadata a pointer to the object’s OU a reference to a distinguished name location
Response Feedback: A back-link is a reference to an attribute within another object that also needs to be restored with the object. Question 18 1 out of 1 points By default, how often does Active Directory “garbage collection” occur?
Response Feedback: As long as the object has not been scavenged by the garbage collection process after reaching the end of the object tombstone lifetime, you can restore the deleted object. However, when the item is deleted, certain attributes are removed, such as group membership. By default, garbage collection occurs every 12 hours. Question 19 1 out of 1 points After you undelete a user account with the LDP utility, what action do you need to perform?
Response Feedback: After the account has been undeleted, you need to reset the password for a user object. Question 20 1 out of 1 points Windows Server 2012 introduces a new time-saving feature when performing tasks such as AD defragmentation. What is that feature?
Response Feedback : In previous versions of Windows, to perform certain tasks such as defragmenting the Active Directory database, you need to reboot the domain controller in DSRM, so that the Active Directory Domain Services will not be running. Starting with Windows Server 2012, Windows servers include Restartable Active Directory Domain Services, which allows you to stop and start AD DS without restarting the domain controller and stopping other services that might be on the server. As a result, you can perform these tasks more quickly than you could before.

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