A computer that has been configured with AD domain services is referred to as a:
The process that keeps domain controllers in sync is called
3 benefits of AD are
Single sign on
(personalized desktops not a benefit)
A domain controller with a NTDS file that cannot be modified is an
Read only domain controller
The largest container in AD is a
What contains the rules and definitions for creating objects?
Schema naming context
What master database contains definitions for all objects?
What is 1 or more IP subnets that are connected by fastlinks
What protocols has become industry standard that enbales data exchange between directory services and applications
What references an object in AD by using its entire path?
What locater record in DNS allows clients to locate AD global catalog
What functional level would allow windows server 2003 and 2008 to be domain controllers
(lowest windows running is the functional level)
To raise the functional level of the forest what group do you have to belong to?
Enterprise admin group
A child domain automatically receives what kind of trust with its parent domain?
Two-way transitive trust
What command do you type in to run the AD install wizard?
What shared folder is on all domain controllers to store group policy, login scripts and other domain wide files?
What is the process of replicating DNS information from one DNS to another?
What roles work together to enable multi-master functionality?
What process cleans out out-of-date DNS records?
Aging and scavenging
What zone is necessary for host name to IP look-ups?
Forward look-up zone
What windows server feature installs a minimal server environment?
What DLL must be registered to use schema management?
What type of trust allows you to configure trust...