Configuring the Active Directory Infrastructure

These questions are based on 70-648 – TS: Upgrading Your MCSA on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008, Technology Specialist.


Objective: Configuring the Active Directory Infrastructure
Sub-Objective: Configure authentication


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are the network administrator for a company that has several branch offices across the U.S. All branch offices in the U.S. are connected to the company’s head office by using high-speed WAN link. The company ventures into the European region and opens two new branch offices there. These branch offices are connected to the company’s U.S. headquarters by using a 56 kbps network connection. You plan to enable universal group membership caching for the two branch office sites.


Which statement is NOT true for enabling universal group membership caching in both of the new branch offices?



  1. Enabling universal group membership caching will provide faster logon time for branch office users.
  2. Enabling universal group membership caching will require a considerable amount of hardware changes.
  3. Enabling universal group membership caching will reduce network bandwidth usage.
  4. Enabling universal group membership caching will not cause global catalog queries to port 3268 to be intercepted.

Answer:
B. Enabling universal group membership caching will require a considerable amount of hardware changes.


Tutorial:
It is NOT true that enabling universal group membership caching will require a considerable amount of hardware changes. Enabling universal group membership caching gathers the user information from the remote catalog server and stores it locally on the…


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