These questions are based on 70-640 – TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
Self Test Software Practice Test
Objective: Configure the Active Directory infrastructure.
Sub-objective: Configure trusts.
Single answer, multiple-choice
You are the administrator of your company’s Windows Server 2008 single Active Directory forest. The forest consists of one domain, named verigon.com. All servers on the domain run Windows Server 2008, and all client computers run Windows Vista. The functional level of the network is Windows Server 2008. Verigon has decided to purchase a company called DreamSuites. The DreamSuites company network consists of a single Windows Server 2003 domain, named dreamsuites.com.
The users in the sales department of Verigon need to access files from the sales department on several servers of DreamSuites. The server at DreamSuites is named Server1. You must configure access for Verigon’s users, but DreamSuites users must not be allowed access to Verigon. What should you do?
- Configure a one-way external trust where dreamsuites.com trusts verigon.com.
- Configure a one-way external trust where verigon.com trusts dreamsuites.com.
- Configure a one-way shortcut trust between the dreamsuites.com domain and the verigon.com domain.
- Configure a one-way shortcut trust between the verigon.com domain and the dreamsuites.com domain.
A. Configure a one-way external trust where dreamsuites.com trusts verigon.com.
You should configure a one-way external trust where dreamsuites.com trusts verigon.com. A one-way external trust will allow an explicit trust to be created between a Windows Server 2008 forest and a Windows Server…
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