Windows Server 2008 - Active Directory (2)
Implementing Active Directory
You can install Active Directory from the Windows command line using the _______ utility.
The ________ ___________ will configure which user accounts will or will not have their password information cached on an RODC.
The ________ command allows you to troubleshoot DNS information from the command line.
To install Active Directory on a Server Core computer, you will need to use a(n) __________ ____________.
You can use ____ _________ ____, (___), to eas the user logon process in a large, multidomain environment.
User Principal Name (UPN)
The ______ shared folder is replicated to each domain controler and stores domain wide information such as Group Policy Objects and login scripts.
Active Directory _______ refrs to the amount of time it takes for changes to replicate to every domain controller in an environment.
___________ zone transfers allow modern DNS servers to replicate only records that have been changed rather than the contents of an entire zone.
The Active Directory Domain Service (AD DS) ______ are not installed on a Windows Server 2008 computer until you add the AD DS role to the computer.
If two SRV records have the same priority, the frequency by which they are accessed by clients will be determined by their relative ______.
What mechanism within DNS is used to set up load balancing between multiple servers that are advertising the same SRV records?
What security improvement allows you to begin the installation of an RODC from a secure from a secure cental location before completing it at the remote site where the RODC will be housed?
What does each class or attribute that you add to the Active Directory schema need to have?
Which Windows Server 2008 feature enables you to perform certain Active Directory maintenance functions without needing to reboot the domain controler?
Restartable Active Directory
Which utility allows you to create, remove, and maintain Active Directory trust relationships from the command line?
What is the new unified tool, introduced by Windwos Server 2008, for managing numerous aspects of a 2008 server?
Although all writeable domain controllers use multimaster replication, there are certain sensitive operations that can only be controlled by one DC at a time. What is this functionality called?
Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO) roles.
What Windows Server 2008 feature allows you to configure a user to a group as the local administrator of an RODC without delegating any rights to the user or group within Activity Directory?
Admin Role Separation
What is a new installation option in Windows Server 2008 that features a minimal installation footprint designed to run specific infrastructure services?
What term describes the length of time for which a DNS record is valid, after which it needs to be re-generated?