Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD).NET 70 089 Interview Questions

 
1.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. The package created by the tool is named Security. you
force the security sync advertisement to run and download new information on updates. you force
the security advertisement to run on a test server named 1 to collect software update data. three
hours later you discover that there is no new data. you need to ensure that the current software
update data is sent from 1 to the sms server as soon as possible. What should you do?
A. Change the Security advertisement to run the Security program.
B. Change the Security program to run Scanwrapper.exe /cache /kick.
C. force 1 to run a hardware inventory cycle.
D. force 1 to run a software inventory cycle.
2.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. A new set of updates is available.
You need to identify which computers are not compliant with a specific update. You want to
achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. View the Software Updates container of the SMS Administrator console to find the computers
that need the updates.
B. View Resource Explorer for each computer to identify applicable updates.
C. Create a query that selects computers that need the updates.
D. Run the Computers where a specific software update is applicable report to find the
computers that need the updates.
3.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The company has a single SMS site. All site
roles are enabled. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent and the Software Inventory Client Agent
are disabled. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers in the network. You want to
create a list of the computers on the network. The list must include the computer name, IP
address, last logged on user, and MAC address for each computer. You want all users on your
team to have access to this list. You are the only user on your team who has access to the SMS
Administrator console. You need to configure SMS to automatically create the list. Which two
actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Create a report to display the required data.
B. Create a query to display the required data.
C. Configure permissions on the created report to allow users to view it.
D. Configure permissions on the created query to allow users to view it.
4.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows 98. You plan to deploy the SMS client software to all
desktop computers on the network. You want to install the SMS client software based on the
logon credentials. You need to create a logon script that will automatically install the SMS client
on all desktop computers. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer
presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Configure the logon script to run Capinst.exe.
B. Configure the logon script to run CCMSetup.exe.
C. Configure the logon script to run Client.msi.
D. Configure the logon script to run Smsman.exe.
5.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You install SMS 2003 SP1. You
configure the SMS site with advanced security. You install the SMS Advanced Client on all
computers. You need to discover all SMS clients by using Network Discovery.
Which Network Discovery method will be unavailable?br />A. DHCP
B. Domains
C. SNMP
D. SNMP Devices
E. Subnets
6.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS 2003 site hierarchy consists of a
single primary site. Servers run Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Desktop computers run
Windows XP Professional. Users who are members of a group named Help Desk want to access
computers remotely. The Remote Tools Client Agent is configured as shown in the exhibit.
**MISSING**
Users in the Help Desk group have full access rights on the Remote Assistance tool and SMS
Remote Tools. All SMS client computers use the default settings for the Remote Desktop service.
You need to instruct the users in the Help Desk group how to access computers remotely. What
should you instruct them to do?
A. In the SMS Administrator console, start Windows Diagnostics.
B. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Tools.
C. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Assistance.
D. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Desktop Client.
7.
Explain You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. The company has a single SMS 2.0
SP3 site. You plan to upgrade the SMS 2.0 site to SMS 2003 SP1.
You need to test specific upgrade tasks before implementing SMS 2003 SP1 in the production
environment. Which task should you avoid performing in a production environment?
A. installingInternet Information Services
B. upgrading to SMS 2.0 SP4
C. running the Deployment Readiness Wizard
D. runningSetup.exe /testdbupgrade SMS_
8.
Tell me You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You want to install the SMS
Advanced Client on all computers on the network. You use the Client Push
Installation Wizard to install the SMS client software on the computers. You discover that some of
the computers failed to install the SMS client. You need to identify the cause of the problem.
Which three log files could you examine on both the SMS client and the SMS site server? (Each
correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)
A. Ccm.log
B. Ccmsetup.log
C. Cidm.log
D. Client.msi.log
E. Ddm.log
F. Smsexec.log
9.
Can you explain You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. Your network consists of a single Active
Directory domain. The network contains a Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 SP3 computer. The SMS site
server runs Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP3. The SMS site server is configured as a
management point, client access point, server locator point, and reporting point. You want to use
a server that runs Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 SP4 as a distribution point. The SMS site
currently uses the standard security mode. You need to migrate from the standard security mode
to the advanced security mode. You want to achieve this goal by using the least amount of
administrative effort. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part
of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Upgrade the computer you want to configure as a distribution point to Windows NT Server
4.0 SP6.
B. Upgrade the computer you want to configure as a distribution point to Windows 2000 Server
SP3.
C. Upgrade the SQL Server computer to SQL Server 2000 SP3a.Upgrade the SMS site server
to Windows Server 2003.
D. Extend the Active Directory schema.
10.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. Your SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. Your SMS site consists of a single site server configured as a management point, a
client access point, a server locator point, and a distribution point. Employees use Pocket PC
devices. They only access the company network over a wireless connection. You want to use
SMS to manage the Pocket PC devices. You install and configure the Device Management
Feature Pack on the SMS site server. You now need to deploy the client software to the mobile
devices. What should you do?
A. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the computers running Microsoft
ActiveSync.
B. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the mobile devices.
C. Use Client Push Installation to install the Device Client.
D. Use a Web site to make the Device Client installation available.
11.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS 2003 site hierarchy consists of a
single primary site. The SMS site server is configured as a management point, client access
point, server locator point, and distribution point. The hardware on the management point must be
replaced. You need to transfer the management point
role to a different server. The only computer available for this purpose runs Microsoft Windows
NT Server 4.0 SP4. You need to prepare this computer to be a management point. What should
you do?
A. Install Windows 2000 Server SP3 and IIS.
B. Install Windows Server 2003 with the default settings.
C. Install SP6 for Windows NT Server 4.0 and IIS
D. Install Windows 2000 Server SP2.
12.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All domain controllers run Microsoft Windows
Server 2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You plan to install SMS 2003
SP1. You need to instruct the Active Directory administrator how to prepare Active Directory for
SMS integration. What instruction or instructions should you convey to the Active Directory
administrator? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Create the System Management container.
B. Create the SMS 2003 container.
C. Give appropriate rights to the System Management container.
D. Give appropriate rights to the SMS 2003 container.
E. Log on by using a user account that is a member of the Schema Admins group.
F. Run ExtADSchem.exe
13.
If You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent is
enabled with the default configuration settings. You need to ensure that the Hardware Inventory
Client Agent is run every Tuesday at 19:00. What should you do?
A. Configure the Hardware Inventory Client Agent to use a Full schedule.
B. Add an IDMIF file to each client that sets the new schedule.
C. Configure the Hardware Inventory Client Agent to use a Simple schedule.
D. Change the SMS_def.mof to comply with the new schedule.
14.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. You use SMS to deploy a program that examines the latest version of the antivirus
software that is used by the computers on the network. Two advertisements use this program.
One advertisement runs daily on servers and portable computers. Another advertisement runs
weekly on desktop computers. You discover a security flaw in the program that collects the
antivirus software information. You need to prevent computers from running the program until you
fix the security flaw. You need to ensure that all other advertisements function normally. You want
to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Disable the program.
B. Delete the program.
C. Disable the Advertised Programs Client Agent.
D. Delete each advertisement.
15.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. ComPany uses Active Directory System
Discovery when configuring SMS to discover computers. The Organizational Unit (OU) structure
is shown in the following exhibit
**MISSING**
You need to configure Active Directory System Discovery to discover the computers in the
Information Services OU, but not the Help Desk OU.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)
A. Ensure that the Recursive search option is selected.
B. Query the local domain location.
C. Query the local forest location.
D. Ensure that the Recursive search option is not selected.
E. Create a custom LDAP or GC query that points to the Information Services OU.
16.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The company has a single
SMS site. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers on the network. You need to
inventory the network to discover only the followinG.
1. The version of Microsoft Word that is being used by each computer
2. A list of applications that is installed on each computer
3. The version of the definition file named Av.dat that is used by the antivirus software
You need to modify the default settings for the SMS Software Inventory Client Agent to collect
this information. You need to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which entry or entries should you add? (Choose all that apply.)
A. *.exe
B. Av.dat
C. Winword.exe
D. *.*
17.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The company has a single SMS site.
Employees use Windows mobile devices. You use the Device Client to manage these devices
with the SMS Device Management Feature Pack. You want to ensure that the mobile devices
meet the following security guidelines:
1. Passwords comply with complexity requirements.
2. Desktop computers use digital certificates while connecting over the virtual private
network (VPN).
You need to configure the mobile devices to comply with these guidelines.
Which two tasks should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose
two.)
A. Use an advertisement to run a Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) script to
configure VPN settings.
B. Use an advertisement to run a Microsoft Visual Basic .NET assembly to configure VPN
settings.
C. Use Device Settings Manager to configure the VPN settings.
D. Use Device Settings Manager to configure the password policy.
18.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. The package created by the tool is named Security. you
force the security sync advertisement to run and download new information on updates. you force
the security advertisement to run on a test server named 1 to collect software update data. three
hours later you discover that there is no new data. you need to ensure that the current software
update data is sent from 1 to the sms server as soon as possible. What should you do?
A. Change the Security advertisement to run the Security program.
B. Change the Security program to run Scanwrapper.exe /cache /kick.
C. force 1 to run a hardware inventory cycle.
D. force 1 to run a software inventory cycle.
19.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. A new set of updates is available.
You need to identify which computers are not compliant with a specific update. You want to
achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. View the Software Updates container of the SMS Administrator console to find the computers
that need the updates.
B. View Resource Explorer for each computer to identify applicable updates.
C. Create a query that selects computers that need the updates.
D. Run the Computers where a specific software update is applicable report to find the
computers that need the updates.
20.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The company has a single SMS site. All site
roles are enabled. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent and the Software Inventory Client Agent
are disabled. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers in the network. You want to
create a list of the computers on the network. The list must include the computer name, IP
address, last logged on user, and MAC address for each computer. You want all users on your
team to have access to this list. You are the only user on your team who has access to the SMS
Administrator console. You need to configure SMS to automatically create the list. Which two
actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Create a report to display the required data.
B. Create a query to display the required data.
C. Configure permissions on the created report to allow users to view it.
D. Configure permissions on the created query to allow users to view it.
21.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows 98. You plan to deploy the SMS client software to all
desktop computers on the network. You want to install the SMS client software based on the
logon credentials. You need to create a logon script that will automatically install the SMS client
on all desktop computers. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer
presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Configure the logon script to run Capinst.exe.
B. Configure the logon script to run CCMSetup.exe.
C. Configure the logon script to run Client.msi.
D. Configure the logon script to run Smsman.exe.
22.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You install SMS 2003 SP1. You
configure the SMS site with advanced security. You install the SMS Advanced Client on all
computers. You need to discover all SMS clients by using Network Discovery.
Which Network Discovery method will be unavailable?br />A. DHCP
B. Domains
C. SNMP
D. SNMP Devices
E. Subnets
23.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS 2003 site hierarchy consists of a
single primary site. Servers run Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Desktop computers run
Windows XP Professional. Users who are members of a group named Help Desk want to access
computers remotely. The Remote Tools Client Agent is configured as shown in the exhibit.
**MISSING**
Users in the Help Desk group have full access rights on the Remote Assistance tool and SMS
Remote Tools. All SMS client computers use the default settings for the Remote Desktop service.
You need to instruct the users in the Help Desk group how to access computers remotely. What
should you instruct them to do?
A. In the SMS Administrator console, start Windows Diagnostics.
B. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Tools.
C. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Assistance.
D. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Desktop Client.
24.
Explain You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. The company has a single SMS 2.0
SP3 site. You plan to upgrade the SMS 2.0 site to SMS 2003 SP1.
You need to test specific upgrade tasks before implementing SMS 2003 SP1 in the production
environment. Which task should you avoid performing in a production environment?
A. installingInternet Information Services
B. upgrading to SMS 2.0 SP4
C. running the Deployment Readiness Wizard
D. runningSetup.exe /testdbupgrade SMS_
25.
Tell me You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You want to install the SMS
Advanced Client on all computers on the network. You use the Client Push
Installation Wizard to install the SMS client software on the computers. You discover that some of
the computers failed to install the SMS client. You need to identify the cause of the problem.
Which three log files could you examine on both the SMS client and the SMS site server? (Each
correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)
A. Ccm.log
B. Ccmsetup.log
C. Cidm.log
D. Client.msi.log
E. Ddm.log
F. Smsexec.log
26.
Can you explain You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. Your network consists of a single Active
Directory domain. The network contains a Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 SP3 computer. The SMS site
server runs Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP3. The SMS site server is configured as a
management point, client access point, server locator point, and reporting point. You want to use
a server that runs Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 SP4 as a distribution point. The SMS site
currently uses the standard security mode. You need to migrate from the standard security mode
to the advanced security mode. You want to achieve this goal by using the least amount of
administrative effort. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part
of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Upgrade the computer you want to configure as a distribution point to Windows NT Server
4.0 SP6.
B. Upgrade the computer you want to configure as a distribution point to Windows 2000 Server
SP3.
C. Upgrade the SQL Server computer to SQL Server 2000 SP3a.Upgrade the SMS site server
to Windows Server 2003.
D. Extend the Active Directory schema.
27.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. Your SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. Your SMS site consists of a single site server configured as a management point, a
client access point, a server locator point, and a distribution point. Employees use Pocket PC
devices. They only access the company network over a wireless connection. You want to use
SMS to manage the Pocket PC devices. You install and configure the Device Management
Feature Pack on the SMS site server. You now need to deploy the client software to the mobile
devices. What should you do?
A. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the computers running Microsoft
ActiveSync.
B. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the mobile devices.
C. Use Client Push Installation to install the Device Client.
D. Use a Web site to make the Device Client installation available.
28.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS 2003 site hierarchy consists of a
single primary site. The SMS site server is configured as a management point, client access
point, server locator point, and distribution point. The hardware on the management point must be
replaced. You need to transfer the management point
role to a different server. The only computer available for this purpose runs Microsoft Windows
NT Server 4.0 SP4. You need to prepare this computer to be a management point. What should
you do?
A. Install Windows 2000 Server SP3 and IIS.
B. Install Windows Server 2003 with the default settings.
C. Install SP6 for Windows NT Server 4.0 and IIS
D. Install Windows 2000 Server SP2.
29.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All domain controllers run Microsoft Windows
Server 2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You plan to install SMS 2003
SP1. You need to instruct the Active Directory administrator how to prepare Active Directory for
SMS integration. What instruction or instructions should you convey to the Active Directory
administrator? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Create the System Management container.
B. Create the SMS 2003 container.
C. Give appropriate rights to the System Management container.
D. Give appropriate rights to the SMS 2003 container.
E. Log on by using a user account that is a member of the Schema Admins group.
F. Run ExtADSchem.exe
30.
If You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent is
enabled with the default configuration settings. You need to ensure that the Hardware Inventory
Client Agent is run every Tuesday at 19:00. What should you do?
A. Configure the Hardware Inventory Client Agent to use a Full schedule.
B. Add an IDMIF file to each client that sets the new schedule.
C. Configure the Hardware Inventory Client Agent to use a Simple schedule.
D. Change the SMS_def.mof to comply with the new schedule.
31.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. You use SMS to deploy a program that examines the latest version of the antivirus
software that is used by the computers on the network. Two advertisements use this program.
One advertisement runs daily on servers and portable computers. Another advertisement runs
weekly on desktop computers. You discover a security flaw in the program that collects the
antivirus software information. You need to prevent computers from running the program until you
fix the security flaw. You need to ensure that all other advertisements function normally. You want
to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Disable the program.
B. Delete the program.
C. Disable the Advertised Programs Client Agent.
D. Delete each advertisement.
32.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. ComPany uses Active Directory System
Discovery when configuring SMS to discover computers. The Organizational Unit (OU) structure
is shown in the following exhibit
**MISSING**
You need to configure Active Directory System Discovery to discover the computers in the
Information Services OU, but not the Help Desk OU.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)
A. Ensure that the Recursive search option is selected.
B. Query the local domain location.
C. Query the local forest location.
D. Ensure that the Recursive search option is not selected.
E. Create a custom LDAP or GC query that points to the Information Services OU.
33.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The company has a single
SMS site. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers on the network. You need to
inventory the network to discover only the followinG.
1. The version of Microsoft Word that is being used by each computer
2. A list of applications that is installed on each computer
3. The version of the definition file named Av.dat that is used by the antivirus software
You need to modify the default settings for the SMS Software Inventory Client Agent to collect
this information. You need to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which entry or entries should you add? (Choose all that apply.)
A. *.exe
B. Av.dat
C. Winword.exe
D. *.*
34.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The company has a single SMS site.
Employees use Windows mobile devices. You use the Device Client to manage these devices
with the SMS Device Management Feature Pack. You want to ensure that the mobile devices
meet the following security guidelines:
1. Passwords comply with complexity requirements.
2. Desktop computers use digital certificates while connecting over the virtual private
network (VPN).
You need to configure the mobile devices to comply with these guidelines.
Which two tasks should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose
two.)
A. Use an advertisement to run a Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) script to
configure VPN settings.
B. Use an advertisement to run a Microsoft Visual Basic .NET assembly to configure VPN
settings.
C. Use Device Settings Manager to configure the VPN settings.
D. Use Device Settings Manager to configure the password policy.
35.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. The package created by the tool is named Security. you
force the security sync advertisement to run and download new information on updates. you force
the security advertisement to run on a test server named 1 to collect software update data. three
hours later you discover that there is no new data. you need to ensure that the current software
update data is sent from 1 to the sms server as soon as possible. What should you do?
A. Change the Security advertisement to run the Security program.
B. Change the Security program to run Scanwrapper.exe /cache /kick.
C. force 1 to run a hardware inventory cycle.
D. force 1 to run a software inventory cycle.
36.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. A new set of updates is available.
You need to identify which computers are not compliant with a specific update. You want to
achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. View the Software Updates container of the SMS Administrator console to find the computers
that need the updates.
B. View Resource Explorer for each computer to identify applicable updates.
C. Create a query that selects computers that need the updates.
D. Run the Computers where a specific software update is applicable report to find the
computers that need the updates.
37.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The company has a single SMS site. All site
roles are enabled. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent and the Software Inventory Client Agent
are disabled. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers in the network. You want to
create a list of the computers on the network. The list must include the computer name, IP
address, last logged on user, and MAC address for each computer. You want all users on your
team to have access to this list. You are the only user on your team who has access to the SMS
Administrator console. You need to configure SMS to automatically create the list. Which two
actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Create a report to display the required data.
B. Create a query to display the required data.
C. Configure permissions on the created report to allow users to view it.
D. Configure permissions on the created query to allow users to view it.
38.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows 98. You plan to deploy the SMS client software to all
desktop computers on the network. You want to install the SMS client software based on the
logon credentials. You need to create a logon script that will automatically install the SMS client
on all desktop computers. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer
presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Configure the logon script to run Capinst.exe.
B. Configure the logon script to run CCMSetup.exe.
C. Configure the logon script to run Client.msi.
D. Configure the logon script to run Smsman.exe.
39.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You install SMS 2003 SP1. You
configure the SMS site with advanced security. You install the SMS Advanced Client on all
computers. You need to discover all SMS clients by using Network Discovery.
Which Network Discovery method will be unavailable?br />A. DHCP
B. Domains
C. SNMP
D. SNMP Devices
E. Subnets
40.
Suppose You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS 2003 site hierarchy consists of a
single primary site. Servers run Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Desktop computers run
Windows XP Professional. Users who are members of a group named Help Desk want to access
computers remotely. The Remote Tools Client Agent is configured as shown in the exhibit.
**MISSING**
Users in the Help Desk group have full access rights on the Remote Assistance tool and SMS
Remote Tools. All SMS client computers use the default settings for the Remote Desktop service.
You need to instruct the users in the Help Desk group how to access computers remotely. What
should you instruct them to do?
A. In the SMS Administrator console, start Windows Diagnostics.
B. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Tools.
C. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Assistance.
D. In the SMS Administrator console, start Remote Desktop Client.
41.
Explain You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. The company has a single SMS 2.0
SP3 site. You plan to upgrade the SMS 2.0 site to SMS 2003 SP1.
You need to test specific upgrade tasks before implementing SMS 2003 SP1 in the production
environment. Which task should you avoid performing in a production environment?
A. installingInternet Information Services
B. upgrading to SMS 2.0 SP4
C. running the Deployment Readiness Wizard
D. runningSetup.exe /testdbupgrade SMS_
42.
Tell me You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You want to install the SMS
Advanced Client on all computers on the network. You use the Client Push
Installation Wizard to install the SMS client software on the computers. You discover that some of
the computers failed to install the SMS client. You need to identify the cause of the problem.
Which three log files could you examine on both the SMS client and the SMS site server? (Each
correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)
A. Ccm.log
B. Ccmsetup.log
C. Cidm.log
D. Client.msi.log
E. Ddm.log
F. Smsexec.log
43.
Can you explain You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. Your network consists of a single Active
Directory domain. The network contains a Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 SP3 computer. The SMS site
server runs Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP3. The SMS site server is configured as a
management point, client access point, server locator point, and reporting point. You want to use
a server that runs Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 SP4 as a distribution point. The SMS site
currently uses the standard security mode. You need to migrate from the standard security mode
to the advanced security mode. You want to achieve this goal by using the least amount of
administrative effort. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part
of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Upgrade the computer you want to configure as a distribution point to Windows NT Server
4.0 SP6.
B. Upgrade the computer you want to configure as a distribution point to Windows 2000 Server
SP3.
C. Upgrade the SQL Server computer to SQL Server 2000 SP3a.Upgrade the SMS site server
to Windows Server 2003.
D. Extend the Active Directory schema.
44.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. Your SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. Your SMS site consists of a single site server configured as a management point, a
client access point, a server locator point, and a distribution point. Employees use Pocket PC
devices. They only access the company network over a wireless connection. You want to use
SMS to manage the Pocket PC devices. You install and configure the Device Management
Feature Pack on the SMS site server. You now need to deploy the client software to the mobile
devices. What should you do?
A. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the computers running Microsoft
ActiveSync.
B. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the mobile devices.
C. Use Client Push Installation to install the Device Client.
D. Use a Web site to make the Device Client installation available.
45.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS 2003 site hierarchy consists of a
single primary site. The SMS site server is configured as a management point, client access
point, server locator point, and distribution point. The hardware on the management point must be
replaced. You need to transfer the management point
role to a different server. The only computer available for this purpose runs Microsoft Windows
NT Server 4.0 SP4. You need to prepare this computer to be a management point. What should
you do?
A. Install Windows 2000 Server SP3 and IIS.
B. Install Windows Server 2003 with the default settings.
C. Install SP6 for Windows NT Server 4.0 and IIS
D. Install Windows 2000 Server SP2.
46.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All domain controllers run Microsoft Windows
Server 2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. You plan to install SMS 2003
SP1. You need to instruct the Active Directory administrator how to prepare Active Directory for
SMS integration. What instruction or instructions should you convey to the Active Directory
administrator? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Create the System Management container.
B. Create the SMS 2003 container.
C. Give appropriate rights to the System Management container.
D. Give appropriate rights to the SMS 2003 container.
E. Log on by using a user account that is a member of the Schema Admins group.
F. Run ExtADSchem.exe
47.
If You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent is
enabled with the default configuration settings. You need to ensure that the Hardware Inventory
Client Agent is run every Tuesday at 19:00. What should you do?
A. Configure the Hardware Inventory Client Agent to use a Full schedule.
B. Add an IDMIF file to each client that sets the new schedule.
C. Configure the Hardware Inventory Client Agent to use a Simple schedule.
D. Change the SMS_def.mof to comply with the new schedule.
48.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. You use SMS to deploy a program that examines the latest version of the antivirus
software that is used by the computers on the network. Two advertisements use this program.
One advertisement runs daily on servers and portable computers. Another advertisement runs
weekly on desktop computers. You discover a security flaw in the program that collects the
antivirus software information. You need to prevent computers from running the program until you
fix the security flaw. You need to ensure that all other advertisements function normally. You want
to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Disable the program.
B. Delete the program.
C. Disable the Advertised Programs Client Agent.
D. Delete each advertisement.
49.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. ComPany uses Active Directory System
Discovery when configuring SMS to discover computers. The Organizational Unit (OU) structure
is shown in the following exhibit
**MISSING**
You need to configure Active Directory System Discovery to discover the computers in the
Information Services OU, but not the Help Desk OU.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)
A. Ensure that the Recursive search option is selected.
B. Query the local domain location.
C. Query the local forest location.
D. Ensure that the Recursive search option is not selected.
E. Create a custom LDAP or GC query that points to the Information Services OU.
50.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The company has a single
SMS site. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers on the network. You need to
inventory the network to discover only the followinG.
1. The version of Microsoft Word that is being used by each computer
2. A list of applications that is installed on each computer
3. The version of the definition file named Av.dat that is used by the antivirus software
You need to modify the default settings for the SMS Software Inventory Client Agent to collect
this information. You need to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which entry or entries should you add? (Choose all that apply.)
A. *.exe
B. Av.dat
C. Winword.exe
D. *.*
51.
You are the SMS administrator for ComPany.com. The company has a single SMS site.
Employees use Windows mobile devices. You use the Device Client to manage these devices
with the SMS Device Management Feature Pack. You want to ensure that the mobile devices
meet the following security guidelines:
1. Passwords comply with complexity requirements.
2. Desktop computers use digital certificates while connecting over the virtual private
network (VPN).
You need to configure the mobile devices to comply with these guidelines.
Which two tasks should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose
two.)
A. Use an advertisement to run a Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) script to
configure VPN settings.
B. Use an advertisement to run a Microsoft Visual Basic .NET assembly to configure VPN
settings.
C. Use Device Settings Manager to configure the VPN settings.
D. Use Device Settings Manager to configure the password policy.