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Server 2008 R2 Module 1 Exam Questions

You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. You will use the server for the following server roles:
• DHCP
• DNS
• Active Directory Directory Services (AD DS)
• Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
• Web Server (IIS)
Which Windows Server 2008 R2 Editions and versions can you install on this server?
→ Enterprise or Datacenter Editions, not the Server Core Installation
→ Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter Edition, not the Server Core Installation
→ Enterprise or Datacenter Editions, regular and Server Core Installations
→ Standards, Enterprise, or Datacenter Editions, regular and Server Core Installations

Enterprise or Datacenter, not the Server Core Installation

To support the Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS), you will need the Enterprise or Datacenter Editions. The Standard Edition or a Server Core Installation supports all of the required roles EXCEPT for AD FS.

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. The server has the following hardware:
• 32 GB of RAM
• One quad-core Intel-VT 64-bit processor
• 10 GB mirrored hard disk for the system partition
You want to select the minimum Windows Server 2008 R2 edition to support the required roles. Which edition should you install?
→ Web Server Edition
→ Itanium Edition
→Enterprise Edition
→ Datacenter Edition
→Standard Edition"

"Standard Edition

Selected the Standard Edition of Windows Server 2008 R2. The Standard Edition supports up to 4 processors and 32 GB of RAM. The Standard Edition can be used for most common server roles, including the Web Server and Application Server. "

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. The server has the following hardware:
• 2 TB of RAM
• 8 Intel-VT 64-bit processors
• 10 GB mirrored hard disk for the system partition
You will install Hyper-V on the server and create seven virtual servers, with each server running Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition. Which Windows Server 2008 R2 Edition should you install, and how many licenses should you purchase?

→ Install the Standard Edition with a total of 8 Standard Edition licenses
→ Install the Datacenter Edition with one Datacenter Edition license and 2 Standard Edition licenses
→ Install the Enterprise Edition with one Enterprise Edition license and 7 Standard Edition licenses
→ Install the Enterprise Edition with a single license for the Enterprise Edition
→ Install the Datacenter Edition with 8 Datacenter Edition licenses"

"Install the Datacenter Edition with 8 Datacenter Edition Licenses

Install the Datacenter Edition with 8 licenses for the Datacenter Edition. The Datacenter Edition is licensed by the processor, and allows for an unlimited number of virtual servers running any edition of Windows Server 2008 (Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter Editions). You cannot install the Standard Edition because it only supports up to 4 processors and 32 GB of RAM. The Enterprise Edition supports up to 4 virtual server instances running either the Standard or the Enterprise Editions. "

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. The server has the following hardware:
• 2 TB of RAM
• 8 Intel-VT 64-bit processors
• 10 GB mirrored hard disk for the system partition
You will use the server for the following server roles:
• File Services
• Print and Document Services
• Application Server for a database application
• Remote Desktop Services
• Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)
You want to select the minimum Windows Server 2008 R2 edition to support the required roles. Which edition should you install?
→ Web Server Edition
→ Itanium Edition
→Enterprise Edition
→ Datacenter Edition
→Standard Edition"

"Datacenter Edition

Select the Datacenter edition of Windows Server 2008 R2. The Datacenter Edition is required to support more than 8 processors. The Datacenter edition supports up to 64 processors and 2 TB of RAM"

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. The server has the following hardware:
• 32GB RAM
• One quad-core Intel-VT 64-bit processor
• 10GB mirrored hard disk for the system partition
You will use the server for the following server roles:
• DNS Server
• DHCP Server
• Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) with the Certification Authority role service and configured as an enterprise subordinate CA
• Network Policy and Access Services with the Health Registration Authority role service
You want to select the minimum Windows Server 2008 R2 edition to support the required roles. Which edition should you install?
→ Enterprise edition
→ Standard edition
→ Web Server edition
→ Datacenter edition
→ Itanium edition"

"Standard Edition

Select the Standard edition of Windows Server 2008 R2. The standard edition supports up to 4 processors and 32 GB of RAM. The Standard edition can be used for all listed server roles and role services."

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. The server has the following hardware:
• 2TB RAM
• 8 64-bit Intel-VT processors
• 10 GB mirrored hard disk for the system partition
You will install Hyper-Von the server and create five virtual servers, with each server running Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard edition.
You install Windows Server 2008 Enterprise edition on the server. How many additional licenses will you need to run the required virtual servers?
→ None
→ 1
→ 4
→ 5"

"1

You will need one additional license. The Enterprise edition allows you to run one instance in the physical environment and up to four virtualized instances. If you need five virtual servers, you will need to purchase an additional license. Alternatively, you could install the Datacenter edition, which allows for an unlimited number of virtual instances."

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. The server has the following hardware:
• 32GB RAM
• One quad-core Intel-VT processor
• 10 GB mirrored hard disk for the system partition
You will use this server to add the DHCP server role and configure the server in a Failover cluster with two nodes.
You want to select the minimum Windows Server 2008 R2 edition to support the required roles. Which edition should you install?
→ Standard edition, standard installation
→ Standard edition, Server Core installation
→ Enterprise or Datacenter edition, standard installation
→ Enterprise or Datacenter edition, Server Core installation"

"Enterprise or Datacenter Edition, Server Core Installation

To support failover clustering, use either the Enterprise or Datacenter Editions. The Standard Edition does not support failover clustering."

"You are preparing to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on a new server. You will use the server for the following server roles:
• DHCP
• DNS
• Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LOS)
• Web Server (lIS)
Which Windows Server 2008 R2 editions and versions can you install on this server?
→ Enterprise or Datacenter editions, regular and Server Core installations
→ Enterprise or Datacenter editions, not the Server Core installation
→ Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter editions, regular and Server Core installations
→ Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter editions, not the Server Core installation"

"Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter Editions, regular and Server Core Installations

You can install Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter Editions, with either the regular or Server Core installations. Server Core can run the following roles:
Active Directory Certificate Services, Active Directory Directory Services (AD DS), Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS), DHCP, DNS, File Services, Hyper-V, Print and Document Services, Streaming Media Services, and Web Server (IIS). "

"You are the server administrator for your company. Due to a recent expansion, you will be opening a new office in Phoenix. The new office will have 20 new servers, all running Windows Server 2008 R2. You would like to use an answer file to automate the installation process. What tools should you use to create the Autoattend.xml file?
→ ImageX
→ Windows Deployment Services Console
→ Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM)
→ System Center Configuration Manager
→ Setup Manager"

"Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM)

Use the Windows System Image Manager to create and edit answer files. Windows SIM is included in the Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK). To create an answer file, run Windows SIM and load an install image. After loading the image, select and edit the responses to the questions presented during the product installation. "

"You are the server administrator for your company. Due to a recent expansion to a new office, you need to install 10 new Windows 2008 R2 Servers. You use Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM) to create and validate an Autoattend.xml file. You would like to use this file to automate your server installations without modifying installation media. What should you do? (Choose two: each choice is a possible solution)
→ Place the Autoattend.xml file on a floppy disk. Insert the floppy disk in a server. Boot from the product installation DVD.
→ Run Windows SIM, load the Install.wim file from the product installation DVD, select the location of the Autoattend.xml file, and then select startup.
→ Place the Autoattend.xml file on a USB device. Insert the USB device in a server. Boot from the product installation DVD.
→ Place the Autoattend.xml file on a USB device. Insert the USB device in the WDS server. PXE boot a server for installation.
→ Run Windows SIM, load the Install.wim file from the product installation DVD, select and edit the responses to the questions presented during product installation. "

"→ Place the Autoattend.xml file on a floppy disk. Insert the floppy disk in a server. Boot from the product installation DVD
→ Place the Autoattend.xml file on a USB device. Insert the USB device in a server. Boot from the product installation DVD

To use an unattended answer file, Place it on a floppy or USB device. Insert the device with the answer file in the server and Boot from the product installation DVD. installation will start and automatically locate the answer file To complete the installation. You can also Place the Autoattend.xml file on the installation DVD itself, but that would require altering the installation media."

"Due to a recent expansion, your company will add a new division at your location. You have been put in charge of installing Windows Server 2008 R2 on about 15 new servers. You use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to install the operating system on 10 of the servers. You find, however, that the remaining 5 servers do not have PXE support. You need to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on the remaining 5 servers with as little effort as possible. What should you do?
→ Run Windows SIM to create a custom unattended installation file that includes the necessary settings for the remaining 5 servers. Add the result file to the WDS server. On the remaining 5 servers, connect to the WDS server and use the unattended file to complete the installation.
→ On each remaining server, perform a manual installation of Windows Server 2008 R2
→ Create a discover boot image and an ISO image. Burn the ISO image to CD. Boot each computer to the CD, connect to the WDS server, and complete the installation.
→ Install Windows Server 2008 R2 on one of the servers. Create a capture image, and use the capture image to create a custom install image using the server. On the remaining four servers, connect to the WDS server and use the custom image to complete the installation."

"Create a discover boot image and an ISO image. Burn the ISO image to CD. Boot each computer to the CD, connect to the WDS server, and complete the installation.

A computer that is not PXE capable is unable to perform a network boot. Because it can't boot from the network, it can't download a boot image from the WDS server. For non-PXE computers, use discover image. The discover image is placed on media, such as a CD or USB drive, and is used to boot the computer into Windows PE. The server can then connect to the WDS server to download the necessary install image."

"Due to a recent expansion, your company will add a new division at your location. You have been put in charge of installing Windows Server 2008 R2 on about 15 new servers. Most of the servers will use new hardware, but some will be new installations of Windows Server 2008 on existing servers. You have identified the following installations:
• Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition on 32-bit Systems
• Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition on 64-bit systems
• Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition on 64-bit systems
Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter edition on 64-bit system
You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation. All servers are PXE-boot capable. You want to minimize the number of images that you need to create and manage. Which images will you need to create to complete the installation of all required servers?
→ 2 boot images and 2 install images
→ 1 boot image and 2 install images
→ 2 boot images and 4 install images
→ 2 boot images and 3 install images
→ 1 boot image and 1 install image"

"One boot image and two install images

Use a single boot image. Using the 32-bit boot image, you can boot both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. When you use a 32-bit boot image on a 64-bit computer, you can install a 64-bit operating system image. Use two install images. Install images are architecture depended. If you have both 32-bit and 64-bit systems, you will need at least one install image for each. You do not need to separate install images for different server editions because the default install image includes all versions of the corresponding operating system."

"Due to a recent expansion, your company will add a new division at your location. You have been put in charge of installing Windows Server 2008 on about 15 servers. Most of the servers will use new hardware, but some will be new installations of Windows Server 2008 on existing servers. You have identified the following different installations:
• Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition on 32-bit Systems
• Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition on 64-bit systems
• Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition on 64-bit systems
Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter edition on 64-bit system
You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation. All servers are PXE-boot capable. You want to minimize the configuration required. How should you configure WDS for this scenario?
→ Install WDS on one server. Put one install image on the server
→ Install WDS on one server. Put four install images on the server
→ Install WDS on two servers: one 32-bit server and one 64-bit server. Put one install image on the 32-bit WDS server, and one install image on the 64-bit server.
→ Install WDS on two servers: one 32-bit server and one 64-bit server. Put one install image on the 32-bit server and three install images on the 64-bit server
→ Install WDS on one server. Put two install images on the server.
"

"Install WDS on one server. Put two install images on the server.

In this scenario, you only need a single WDS server. The architecture of the WDS server does not matter; a 32-bit or a 64-bit WDS server can service both 32-bit and 64-bit clients. Use two install images. Install images are architecture dependent. If you have both 32-bit and 64-bit systems, you will need a least one install image for each. You do not need separate install images for different server editions because the default install image includes all versions of the corresponding operating system. "

"Due to a recent expansion, your company will add a new division at your location. You have been put in charge of installing Windows Server 2008 R2 on about 15 servers. You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation. Your solution needs to accommodate the following:
• You will install the Standard and Datacenter Editions
• File servers do not have PXE support
• You will only use default install images included with Windows Server 2008 R2; you will not create any custom install images.
Which images types will you use in your deployment?
→ Boot, capture, and discover
→ Boot, discover, and install
→ Boot and discover
→ Boot, capture, discover, and install
→ Install only"

"Boot, Discover, and Install

For this scenario, you need three types of images: Boot, discover, and install. The boot image is used by the computer for an initial boot and to start the operating system install. The install image contains the operating system images that will be installed. Because some computers are not PXE-capable, you will need to use a discover image. The discover image is used to boot from media (such as a CD or USB drive) instead of performing a network boot. "

"Due to a recent expansion, your company will add a new division at your location. You have been put in charge of installing Windows Server 2008 R2 on about 15 servers. All servers are PXE-boot capable. You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation. You add the WDS role to the same server that is also your DHCP server. What else must you do to complete the configuration of the WDS server? (Select two. Each choice is required part of the solution)
□ Add a discover image to the WDS server
□ Disable port 67 on the WDS server
□ Configure DHCP options 66 and 67 on the DHCP server
□Add the Routing role service to the server and configure IP helper tables
□ Configure DHCP option 60 on the DHCP server"

"□ Disable port 67 on the WDS server
□ Configure DHCP option 60 on the DHCP server

To deploy WDS and the DHCP server role on the same server, disable port 67 in the WDS server properties and configure DHCP option 60 with a value of PXEClient. If the DHCP service is on a server in a different subnet from the WDS server, configure IP helper tables on the routers, or configure DHCP options 66 and 67 on the DHCP server."

"Due to a recent expansion, your company will add a new division at your location. You have been put in charge of installing Windows Server 2008 R2 on about 15 servers. You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation. The new portion of the network has two subnets. The WDS server is on one subnet, and the DHCP server is on another subnet. What do you need to do to enable WDS to work in this situation? (Select 2: Each choice is a possible solution)
□ Configure DHCP options 66 and 67 on the DHCP server
□ Configure DHCP options 60 and 67 on the DHCP server
□ Configure DHCP option 60 on the DHCP server
□ Disable port 67 on the WDS server
□ Configure IP helper tables on the router"

"□ Configure DHCP options 66 and 67 on the DHCP server
□ Configure IP helper tables on the router

Configure IP helper tables on the router. Forward UDP port 67 to both the DHCP server and the WDS server. Forward UDP port 4011 from client computers to the WDS server. Add DHCP option 66 to point to the WDS server and configure option 67 with a value of boot\x86\wdsnbp.com"

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