Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #15 MCSE Windows Server 2003 All-in-One Exam Guide

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Chapter Quiz #15

1. A Windows Server 2003 is configured with a single 36 Gb volume. How should you back up the registry, critical boot files and your My Documents folder?

a. Use Backup Utility for Windows and back up the system state data and the My Documents folder.
b. Use Backup Utility for Windows and create an ASR.
c. Use Backup Utility for Windows and back up the registry, boot files and the My Documents.
d. Use Backup Utility for Windows and back up the C drive.

2. Occasionally, you may want to crash your system for testing purposes. What is generally a quick way to get the job done?

a. Delete the critical boot files.
b. Format the C drive and hit the reset button halfway through.
c. Flip the 110/220 volt setting on the power unit for 2 seconds while on.
d. Load incorrect drivers for devices.
e. Disable the virus protection and run a purposefully infected CD.
f. Answers A and C
g. Answers A and D
h. Answers B and D
i. All the above, except E

3. This is true of backing up a file from an NTFS volume and restoring to a FAT volume:

a. There is a high likelihood of file corruption due to table inconsistencies.
b. You can perform the restore, but it has to be done manually.
c. Any encryption that may have been in place is lost without warning.
d. Unencrypted files should restore fine, while encrypted files will be corrupted.

4. You install a new video card and load the drivers, followed by a reboot. The reboot is halted by a stop error. What is the quickest way to return the server to operational mode?

a. Restart the computer and select Last Known Good Configuration from the Advanced Boot Options menu.
b. Restart the computer and use the Recovery Console to disable the device driver.
c. Restart the computer and select VGA mode from the Advanced Boot Options menu. Roll back the video driver.
d. Use the AST to restore the computer.

5. The default backup type is 'normal', but you have 3 other options you can choose from. Which one is not one of them?

a. Copy
b. Differential
c. Incremental
d. Daily
e. It's a trick question - all the above are valid backup options.



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This was first published in June 2004

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