By Steve Suehring, James Chellis, Matthew Sheltz,
This examination (70291) is a middle requirement for either the MCSA and MCSE.Now up-to-date for the hot model of the examination masking home windows Server 2003 R2 and revised with greater troubleshooting tips and new case studies.The CD-ROM contains the state-of-the-art WinSim simulation application, plus hundreds and hundreds of pattern questions, an e-version of the publication, and flashcards.More and extra businesses have all started upgrading to home windows Server 2003, expanding call for for Microsoft qualified directors and engineers.
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They contain zone files. D. They participate in zone transfers. 30. Which of the following options determines the permissions and restrictions for users dialing in to a remote access server? A. Remote access policies B. Remote access profiles C. Filter lists D. book Page xxxiii Thursday, December 15, 2005 2:36 PM Answers to Assessment Test xxxiii Answers to Assessment Test 1. C. The TTL indicates how long the record may be safely cached; it may or may not be modified when the record is created.
8 The Presentation layer allows applications to establish communication sessions with each other. 6. Presentation layer Data conversion between different systems 6. Presentation layer 5. Session layer 5. Session layer 4. Transport layer 4. Transport layer 3. Network layer 3. Network layer 3. Network layer 2. Data-Link layer 2. Data-Link 2. Data-Link layer layer 2. Data-Link layer 1. Physical layer 1. Physical layer 1. Physical layer 1. book Page 12 Monday, December 12, 2005 6:35 PM 12 Chapter 1 Understanding Windows Server 2003 Networking The Application Layer The Application layer is the topmost layer of the OSI model, and it provides services that directly support user applications, such as database access, e-mail, and file transfers.
IP is currently the protocol of choice for most networks because of its rapid and widespread adoption. IP is used for networks that span more than one metropolitan area or to connect to (or over) the Internet. IP has some significant advantages: Broad connectivity among all types of computers and servers, including direct access to the Internet Strong support for routing, using a number of flexible routing protocols (see Chapter 9 for more on these protocols) Support for advanced name and address resolution services (which will be covered in more depth later in this book): the Domain Name System (DNS), the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and the Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) Support for a wide variety of Internet-standard protocols, including protocols for mail transport, web browsing, and file and print services Centralized network number and name assignment, which facilitates internetworking between organizations IP has some disadvantages: It’s harder to set up than IPX.
MCSA MCSE: Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Implementation, Management, and Maintenance Study Guide: Exam 70-291, 2nd Edition by Steve Suehring, James Chellis, Matthew Sheltz,