Week 1 Writing assignment Unit 1
Fill in the Blank
1. The Active Directory database is stored on each domain controller in a file called
2. The Active Directory forest is considered the security boundary for an Act
IT 222 Unit 9 Homework
Matching Pg 241
This object is created when an object is deleted within Active Directory.
Active Directory changes are written here before they are committed to disk.
i. transaction buffer
IT 222 homework 3.1 & 3.2
Fill in the Blank pg 97
1. Active Directory will tolerate a maximum of a five minute clock skew between a
client and the domain controller that authenticates it.
2. The PDC emulator is responsible for managing time
Unit 5 Homework
Matching Pg 136
1. This service is required to use the runas feature.
I. Secondary Logon
2. This command-line tool can be used to move an object from one OU to another.
3. This tool is used to move objects from one
IT 222 Unit 4 Homework
Fill in the Blank Pg 122
1. A(n) Global group can only contain members from within the same domain.
2. You can use the Comma-Separated Value Directory Exchange (CSVDE) utility to
import data from Comma-Separated Values
IT 222 Unit 6 Homework
Matching Pg 152
Configuring this setting will prevent a GPO's settings from being overwritten by
another GPO that is applied later in the inheritance process.
By default, GPOs are applied in this order
Unit 7 Homework
Fill in the Blank Pg 179
1. In a case where multiple PSOs are configured for a particular user, Active
Directory will determine which one to apply by using the PSO's precedence.
2. You can automatically add a technical suppor
ITT Unit 8 Homework
Matching PG 218
This RSoP mode allows administrators to simulate the effect of policy settings prior
to implementing them on a computer or user.
f. Planning mode
This command-line utility allows you to create and
IT 222 Writing Assignment 2.1 & 2.2
Pg 75 Fill in the Blank
1. The amount of time that it takes for a change to be replicated to all domain
controllers in an environment is called Active Directory convergence.
2. The default cost of an