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You work as the Exchange administrator at ABC.com. The ABC.com network has an Active Directory domain named ABC.com.
The ABC.com Exchange organization contains two Exchange Server 2003 computers named ABC-SR11 and ABC-SR12 respectively. ABC-SR11 is configured as the mailbox server and ABCSR12 is configured as the front-end server. ABC-SR12 has Microsoft Outlook Web Access over
SSL installed to allow ABC.com employees to access their e-mail.
The ABC.com intranet is connected to the Internet via a firewall. When several employees complain that they are unable to access ABC-SR12, you investigate the issue and find that employees are able to access Outlook Web Access using HTTP or HTTPS.
You have been instructed to make sure that the ABC.com employees are only able to use HTTPS to access Outlook Web Access.
Which of the following actions should you take?
A. You should reconfigure the firewall to allow ABC.com employees to access port 443 on ABCSR12, and then configure the default Web site on ABC-SR12 to require SSL connections.
B. You should reconfigure the firewall to allow ABC.com employees to access port 80 on ABCSR12, and then configure the default Web site on ABC-SR12 to use port 443 for SSL connections.
C. You should reconfigure the firewall to allow ABC.com employees to access port 993 on ABCSR12, and then configure the default Web site on ABC-SR12 to require SSL connections and 128-bit encryption.
D. You should reconfigure the firewall to allow ABC.com employees to access port 143 on ABCSR12,
and then configure the Exchange HTTP virtual server on ABC-SR12 to enable forms-based authentication for Outlook Web Access.
Explanation: SSL utilizes port 443. The external firewall does not currently allow traffic on port 443 to pass. Opening up this port will take care of that issue. The default OWA site is currently not correctly setup to use HTTPS. This is why internal clients can connect to OWA using HTTP.
Modifying the security on the OWA web site will solve this problem.
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You work as the network Exchange administrator at ABC.com, who has their headquarters located in Miami. The ABC.com network has an Active Directory domain named ABC.com. All servers on the ABC.com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client computers run Windows XP
The ABC.com network includes a server named ABC-EX01, which runs Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.
ABC.com recently entered into partnership with Weyland Industries, who has their office located in Toronto. Part of the network in the Toronto office is configured as an Active Directory site within the ABC.com domain. A server named ABC-EX02 is configured to run Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and located in the Toronto office. The two Exchange servers are configured in separate routing groups connected via a routing group connector. The Toronto and Miami offices are connected to each other via a leased line connection.
You receive instruction from ABC.com to configure an ISDN-dialup connection as a backup connection in the event that the leased line connection becomes unavailable.
During the course of your maintenance you discover that the ISDN dial-up connection is not used as a backup connection, but is used exclusively by the routing group connector.
ABC.com wants you to make sure that the leased line connection is used as the primary connection, and that the ISDN connection is used only if the leased line connection fails.
Which of the following actions should you take?
A. You should configure ABC-EX01 and ABC-EX02 to be in the same Active Directory site.
B. You should configure ABC-EX01 and ABC-EX02 to be in the same routing group.
C. You should have a lower IP route cost assigned to the ISDN link and a higher link cost to the
leased line link.
D. You should configure ABC-EX02 to use ABC-EX01 as a smart host.
E. You should have a lower IP route cost assigned to the leased line link and a higher link cost to the ISDN link.
Explanation: It is possible that the administrator reversed the values of the cost on the connections because IP route costs are used to set the preference levels between two routes to the same destination.
You work as the Exchange administrator at ABC.com. The ABC.com network has an Active Directory domain named ABC.com. ABC.com employs Exchange Server 2003 as its messaging system. All servers on the ABC.com network run Windows Sever 2003 and all Exchange servers
run Exchange Server 2003.
The Exchange organization contains an Exchange server named ABC-SR31, which is used to pass SMTP e-mail messages between ABC.com and the Internet and also stores the mailboxes of all ABC.com’s employees. The intranet is connected to the Internet via a firewall.
When several employees complain that they continuously receive numerous unwanted e-mail messages, you investigate the issue and find that the unwanted e-mail messages received by ABC.com’s employees are the same. You also notice that the messages are being sent to a universal distribution group in the ABC.com domain.
You must configure the network so that distribution groups are prevented from sending e-mail messages from the Internet to the ABC.com users. Your solution must enable the ABC.com users to continue to send and receive legitimate e-mail messages.
Which of the following is the best solution?
A. You should consider having the universal distribution groups converted to Domain Local Distribution groups.
B. You should consider having the Exchange Attributes removed from the universal distribution groups.
C. You should consider having the distribution groups configured to only permit e-mail messages from authenticated users.
D. You should consider having the membership of the universal distribution groups hidden.
Explanation: Your best option in this scenario would be to select Option C. The universal group is used for mail distribution in your organization. You can configure the distribution group to accept mail from authenticate users only to stop receiving spam.
A: Converting the universal groups to domain local security groups on its own will not protect you against unsolicited mail. The security groups will still receive email
B: Removing the Exchange Attributes will remove the email address which would prevent ABC.com users from sending email to the groups.
D: Hiding the group membership will not protect you against unsolicited mail. The groups will still receive email.
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You work as the Exchange administrator at ABC.com. The ABC.com Exchange organization has
includes a solitary server named ABC-EX01 that has Exchange Server 2003 installed. All ABC.com users make use of Microsoft Outlook to send and receive e-mail messages.
ABC-EX01 is equipped with dual CPUs and 2 GB Random Access Memory (RAM). ABC-EX01 is configured to host a storage group that contains one mailbox store.
You receive reports that opening Outlook takes too long, and that every e-mail message being sent or opened takes too long. You monitor the ABC-EX01 and find that the inadequate RAM results in the primary bottleneck, which then results in sluggish performance. You, therefore, increase ABC-EX01’s RAM to 4 GB RAM. However, the ABC.com users continue to report
sluggish Outlook performance.
Which of the following actions should you take to improve ABC-EX01’s performance?
A. You should increase the size of the virtual memory to 6GB.
B. You should place an additional switch that increases user mode memory usage to the Boot.ini file in the mailbox servers.
C. You should increase the priority of the store.exe process in Task Manager.
D. You should set up an additional mailbox store on the server. Then divide the existing mailboxes between the old and the new mailbox store.
Explanation: If you have more than 1 GB of physical memory installed on a server that is running Exchange Server 2003, you must make sure that Exchange Server 2003 can make efficient use of that memory.
If you are running Exchange Server 2003 on a Windows Server 2003-based computer, and if the /3GB switch is set, Microsoft recommends that you set the /USERVA=3030 parameter in the Boot.ini file. This configuration option increases the virtual address space.
You work as the network Exchange administrator at ABC.com. The ABC.com network has an Active Directory domain named ABC.com. All servers on the ABC.com network have Windows Server 2003 installed and all workstations have Windows XP Professional installed. The ABC.com DNS servers are configured with Active Directory Integrated zones.
ABC.com has introduced a written security policy stating that these Active Directory zones should allow only secure dynamic updates. All computers are configured with static IP addresses.
During the course of the business day you decided to configure a new Exchange server to supplement your current server. To this end, you first install the operating system and accept the typical network settings.
After the installation of the operating system, you decided to install Exchange Server 2003. When you start it for the first time, you encounter an error message that states that the server is unable to locate the global catalog server.
Which of the following actions should you take to rectify this problem?
A. You should consider assigning a static TCP/IP configuration that includes the address of the
DNS server and register it manually in DNS.
B. You should consider configuring with a Hosts file containing the global catalog server address.
C. You should executing the ipconfig /registerdns command on the server
D. You should consider assigned a static TCP/IP configuration that includes the address of the DNS server.
Then join it to the domain and register it manually.
E. You should consider executing the ipconfig /renew command on the server.
F. You should configure the DNS zone to allow all dynamic updates.
Explanation: In the event of an operating system being installed with typical settings, it will result in configuring the server as a DHCP client. However in this scenario there is no DHCP server. This results in the new Exchange server being unable to get an address and no DNS server address
and without this information it will be unable to locate the DNS server. And even if it did, it would not be able to register because only secure dynamic updates are allowed for security reasons.
Thus you need to assign the server a static TCP/IP configuration including the address of the DNS server. Join the new Exchange server to the domain and register it manually in DNS.