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Question 212 / 2 ptsTLO2An Active Directory _____ consists of one or more separate domain trees.groupCorrect!forestorganizational unitdomainExplanation: An Active Directory forest consists of one or more separate domain trees, which have the same two-way trust relationships between them as two domains in the same tree. When you create the first domain on an Active Directory network, you are in fact creating a new forest, and that first domain becomes the forest root domain.Question 220 / 2 ptsTLO4You are the system administrator for a medium-sized Active Directory domain. Currently,the environment supports many different domain controllers, some of which are running Windows 2003 and Server 2012. When you are running domain controllers in this type of environment, which of the following types of groups can you not use?
Question 232 / 2 ptsTLO5 You are the network administrator for a large organization that has multiple sites and multiple OUs. You have a site named SalesSite that is for the sales building across the street. In the domain, there is an OU for all salespeople called Sales. You set up a GPO for the SalesSite, and you need to be sure that it applies to the Sales OU. The Sales OU GPOs cannot override the SalesSite GPO. What do you do?Question 240 / 2 ptsTLO1What is a GUID?
Question 252 / 2 ptsTLO3If you issue the command nslookup 192.168.1.50 and get no response, but then issue nslookup server1 and receive 192.168.1.50 as a response, what do you know is wrong?Correct!The PTR record doesn’t exist.The CNAME record is incorrect.The A record doesn’t exist.The SOA for the zone is malformed.Question 262 / 2 pts
TLO1What determines the functional level of an Active Directory forest?