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Question 151 out of 1 pointsWhich command-line command do you use to allow Windows Server 2003 domain controllers to replicate to RODCs?Selected Answer:ADPrep /RODCPrepAnswers:netdom /RODCPrepnetsh /RODCPrepntdsutil /RODCPrepADPrep /RODCPrep
Response Feedback:If any domain controllers run Windows Server 2003, you need to configure permissions on DNS application directory partitions to allow them to replicate to RODCs by running the ADPrep
/RODCPrepcommand.Question 161 out of 1 pointsWhich term describes containers in a domain that allow you to organize and group resources for easier administration, including providing for delegating administrative rights?
Response Feedback:Organization units serve as containers in a domain that allow you to organize and group resources for easier administration, including providing for delegating administrative rights.Question 171 out of 1 pointsWhich term describes a collection of domain trees that share a common Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)?
Response Feedback:A forest is a collection of domain trees that share a common Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). A forest can contain one or more domain trees or domains, all of which share a common logical structure.Question 181 out of 1 pointsBeginning with which server version can you safely deploy domain controllers in a virtual machine?
Question 191 out of 1 pointsWhich version of Windows Server introduced incremental universal group membership replication?Selected Answer:Windows Server 2003Answers:Windows Server 2000Windows Server 2003Windows Server 2008Windows Server 2012Response Feedback:Since Windows Server 2003, incremental universal group membership replication was introduced, which significantly decreased the amount of replication traffic of universal groups.
Question 201 out of 1 pointsWhere in the forest is a global catalog automatically created?

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