Windows Server 2003 Managing Routing and Remote Access Top 14 questions

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Managing Routing and Remote Access Questions

1. Which of the following statements accurately describe RIP?
A. RIP doesn't dynamically build routing tables.
*B. Routers connected to RIP interfaces receive routing table announcements.
*C. The routers that receive RIP announcements then compile their own routing table.
*D. RIP dynamically builds routing tables.
E. Routers connected to RIP interfaces don't receive routing table announcements.

2. Which of the following steps are necessary when adding a routing interface to a protocol in Server 2003?

A. In the Manage Your Server console tree, right-click the routing protocol to which you want to add an interface, and then click New Interface.
*B. In the Routing and Remote Access console tree, right-click the routing protocol to which you want to add an interface, and then click New Interface.
*C. In the New Interface dialog box, select the appropriate interface, and then click OK.
D. In the New RIP Interface dialog box, select the appropriate interface, and then click OK.

3. Which of the following would allow clients on one subnet or network segment to connect to clients on another subnet or network segment?
A. Manually entering different default gateways on each of the clients
B. Manually entering different subnet masks on each of the clients
*C. Setting up a server that connects the network segments to enable IP routing
D. Setting up a server that uses the same IP addresses on both interface.

4. Which of the following protocol combinations would be the most secure for use with dial-in and Windows 2003 computers?

*A. L2TP and IPSec
B. L2TP and MPPE
C. MS-CHAP v2 and MPPE
D. EAP-CHAP and MPPE

5. Which of following will allow you to encrypt business traffic from the client or customer to the Web site?
*A. SSL (Secure Socket Layer)
B. Integrated Windows Authentication
C. Digest authentication
D. EFS (Encrypting File System)

6. Which of the following commands will allow you to view the routing table in Windows 2003?

*A. route print
B. nbtstat -r
*C. netstat -r
D. route view

7. You need to use your Windows Server 2003 computer to route packets between two networks. You have properly configured the IP Forwarding box, assigned the network cards an IP address to share and created a static route for each network to which you need to route. What else will you need to do to use this computer as a router?
A. Assign each of the network cards a unique default gateway.
B. Assign each of the network cards a unique subnet mask.
*C. Assign the network cards valid IP addresses. They cannot share the same IP address.
D. Nothing, it is configured properly.

8. If a RRAS server isn't configured, what color arrow will it have next to it?

A. Black
B. Green
C. Blue
D. Yellow
*E. Red

9. How can you make a new network connection?
*A. Right-click My Network Places to bring up Network and Dial-up Connections. Select the Make New Connection icon.
B. Right-click My Computer to bring up Network and Dial-up Connections. Select the Make New Connection icon.
C. Left-click My Network Places to bring up Network and Dial-up Connections. Select the Make New Connection icon.
D. Left-click My Computer to bring up Network and Dial-up Connections. Select the Make New Connection icon.

10. The Internet Authentication Service includes which of the following? 

*A. Clients
*B. Remote Access Policies
*C. Remote Access Logging
D. Remote Access Switching

11. Which of the following services is not available with IIS?
A. DHCP
B. FTP
C. NNTP
D. SNMP
*E. DNS

12. With IIS, what kind of sites can we set up? 

A. SMTP sites
*B. Web sites
C. DHCP sites
D. DNS sites
*E. FTP sites

13. Which of the following is a requirement for RIS?
A. You need only two local computers.
*B. Member server with CD images of RIP Prep images.
*C. You need a DC (Domain Controller).
D. You need only a local computer.

14. How do you raise the domain functional level to Windows 2003 on a domain controller?

*A. Open Active Directory Domains and Trusts. Right-click the appropriate domain and then click Raise Domain Functional Level. In the Raise Domain Functional Level dialog box, select Windows Server 2003, and then click Raise.
B. Open Computer Management. Right-click the appropriate domain and then click Raise Domain Functional Level. In the Raise Domain Functional Level dialog box, select Windows Server 2003, and then click Raise.
C. Open My Computer. Right-click the appropriate domain and then click Raise Domain Functional Level. In the Raise Domain Functional Level dialog box, select Windows Server 2003, and then click Raise.
D. Open Active Directory Domains and Trusts. Double-click the appropriate domain, and then click Raise Domain Functional Level. In the Raise Domain Functional Level dialog box, select Windows Server 2003, and then click Raise.

15. With what messages can a RADIUS server respond?
A. Encryption message
B. Access-Reject message
C. Access-Accept message
D. Decryption message 

Deborah Timmons is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. She came into the Microsoft technical field after six years in the adaptive technology field, providing technology and training for persons with disabilities. She is the President and co-owner of Integrator Systems Inc.

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