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Testout Server Pro 2016 Install and Storage - Questions and answers
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What at the three common network models used with Windows systems?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of stand-alone network model?
In the stand-alone model:
· Each host functions independently.
· Communication takes place using a commonly available public network, such as the Internet.
· The hosts are not connected by a local area network.
What are the benefits and drawbacks of workgroup network model?
In the workgroup model:
· None of the hosts in a workgroup have a specific role.
· The hosts are linked together by some type of local network connection.
· Hosts in the same workgroup can access shared resources on other hosts.
Drawbacks of the workgroup model include:
· Lack of scalability
· Lack of centralized configuration control
· Lack of centralized authentication
· Lack of centrally applied security settings
· Complex data backup process
What are the benefits and drawbacks of client-server network model?
In the client-server model, each host has a specific role in the network:
· Servers provide services such as file storage, authentication, email, and printing.
· Clients request services from servers.
Drawbacks of the client-server model include the following:
· Increased implementation cost due to specialized hardware and software requirements
· Increased planning time required for implementation
· Increased implementation complexity
Increased knowledge required to manage the implementation
Which network model is known as domain networking in Windows?
How do you access the Charms menu?
When you move the mouse pointer to the upper-right or lower-right corner of the screen
What are two ways can you access the Start screen?
For Windows Server 2012, you can access the Start screen by moving the mouse pointer to the lower-left corner or by pressing the Windows logo key. You can return to the desktop by pressing the ESC key or clicking the desktop tile.
For Windows Server 2012 R2, you can access the Start screen by clicking the Start Button.
How do you add tools to the Tools menu?
Tools are automatically added to the Tools menu when additional server roles and services are installed.
Which Windows Server 2012 editions provide all features of Windows Server 2012?
· Windows Server 2012 Foundation
· Windows Server 2012 Essentials
· Windows Server 2012 Standard
· Windows Server 2012 Datacenter
What happens when two commands are piped?
output from one cmdlet is sent to the input of another cmdlet.
Which Windows Server 2016 editions provide all Windows Server 2016 features?
· Windows Server 2016 Standard
· Windows Server 2016 Datacenter
What do virtual desktops allow you to do?
Windows Server 2016 allows you to define and use multiple desktops. One set of applications can be displayed on one virtual desktop, while others are displayed in another virtual desktop. Add, switch between, and manage virtual desktops using the Task View icon in the taskbar.
How do standard application tiles differ from live tiles?
· Standard application tiles. Selecting an application tile starts the associated application.
Live tiles. Like a standard tile, selecting a live tile starts an application. However, live tiles can also display dynamic content such as news headlines or current weather information.
How do you access Start menu shortcuts?
Access the Start menu using the Start button located in the lower left corner of the desktop.
In which area of the taskbar do you find system management icons?
Right end of the taskbar
Which editions of Windows Server 2012 support a Server Core installation?
What is the system volume free space requirement for Windows Server 2012?
32 gb, or as much that your deployment scenario requires.
How many virtual instances are allowed on each Windows Server 2012 Standard edition?
Windows server 2012 r2 Standard: 2 hyper v VMs
Windows server 2012 r2 datacenter: Unlimited
What is the difference between a full installation of Windows Server 2012 and a Server Core installation?
Server with a GUI installs the server with a full graphical user interface. This option is the easier one to manage because it provides a wide array of graphical management tools.
Server Core offers the same functionality as the Server with a GUI option, but without a graphical user interface. As a result, it requires fewer system resources and offers improved performance over the Server with a GUI option.
What is the system volume free space requirement for Windows Server 2016?
How many virtual instances are allowed on each Windows Server 2016 Standard edition?
Two simultaneous Hyper-V guest sessions are supported.
How is the activation process accomplished for a server installation?
1. During the Windows installation, two unique identifiers are created for the system
2. Windows contacts Microsoft through the Internet and sends a handshake request containing
3. Microsoft verifies that the license associated with the PID allows system activation.
4. If activation is allowed, Microsoft associates the PID with the system's HWID.
5. A confirmation is sent back to the system in the form of a digital certificate signed by Microsoft, indicating that the system has been successfully activated.
How can you manage activation from the command line?
You can use the Windows Software Licensing Management utility (slmgr.vbs) to manage activation from the command line.
Which three systems cannot be directly upgraded to Windows Server 2016?
If the existing system is running Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Server 2008, you can't upgrade directly to Windows Server 2016.
Which systems cannot be directly upgraded to Windows Server 2012 R2?
If the existing system is running Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003, you can't upgrade directly to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Which tool allows you to perform a migration?
To migrate a server role, the Windows Server Migration Tools feature must be installed on both the source and destination servers.
What are the steps to performing a Windows Server upgrade?
1. Verify that the latest updates are installed on the existing Windows Server system.
2. Back up the source system. The upgrade process carries some risk. You should back up all data stored on the server and create a system image backup if possible. If the upgrade process fails for some reason, then you restore the server from the system image and the data from the data backup.
3. Model the upgrade in the lab. Set up a lab system and configure it identically to the system to be upgraded. Then model the upgrade on the lab system and identify any problems that occur.
4. Gather application installation media and keys.
5. Gather Windows Server 2016 installation media and key.
6. Boot from installation media and select the Upgrade option.
What is the typical PowerShell command format?
How can you access the cmdlet help system?
get-help <cmdlet_name> is used to get help with a particular cmdlet.
How can you cycle through cmdlet options?
If you type a PowerShell verb followed by a hyphen (for example, new -) and press the TAB key, you can cycle through the available options. This feature is called tab-complete.
When writing a script, how can you import a PowerShell module?
This is done using the following cmdlet: Import-Module <module_name>
What does the PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) feature allow administrators to do?
allows administrators to manage the configuration and environment of computers and devices connected through a cloud infrastructure. With DSC, the administrator uses declarative scripting to specify and manage configuration.
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