The Server Manager console allows an administrator to perform the following tasks: Install Windows Server roles and features. View the Event Viewer logs. Access performance monitoring tools, Device Manager, Task Scheduler, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, Services, Local Users and Groups, Windows Server Backup, and Disk management. QUESTION: 162 124
You work as a System Administrator for company Inc. The company has a Windows 2008 domain- based network. The network contains 200 Windows 7 client computers and seven member servers running Windows Server 2008 R2. A file lies in the Project folder, which has Read NTFS permission. You move this file in the Task folder, which has Write NTFS permission. Both the Project and Task folders are placed in the same volume. Which of the following NTFS permissions does the file have after being copied? A. Read B. Modify C. Write D. Full Control Answer: A Explanation: When a file is moved from one folder to the other folder within the same volume, the file retains the same NTFS permissions as previously assigned to it. According to the given scenario, the file has Read NTFS permission after being copied from the Project folder to the Task folder. Answer: C is incorrect. The file has Write permission if you move the file from one volume to another volume. Answer: D and B are incorrect. There are no Full Control and Modify permissions on any of the folder, hence these answer options have nothing to do with the scenario. QUESTION: 163 You work as a System Administrator for company Inc. You have deployed a workstation and roll out it to production, but you find some issues with the video display. The display works in the beginning when you first set up the system. The video has degraded to standard VGA 640x800 and its performance is badly affected after applying several system and driver updates. What is the most likely cause of this issue? A. The video adapter is not properly placed on the system board. B. The video card is not enabled on the system. C. You need to upgrade RAM according to the video driver. D. You have installed an unsigned video driver. Answer: D Explanation: In the given scenario, the video problem occurred because of the installation of an unsigned video driver. For better performance, you should always use a device driver 125
that is signed by Microsoft. Unsigned drivers are not compatible with all systems.
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