Deploying Servers

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


Objective: Deploying Servers
Sub-Objective: Install server core


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are the administrator for Globecomm Corp. The company maintains Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008 in all branch offices.


You have enabled Terminal Services Remote Administration on the server in the Atlanta branch office. Now you need to enable down-level TS clients to make a connection.


Which command should you run?



  1. cscript C:WindowsSystem32Scregedit.wsf/cs 0
  2. cscript C:WindowsSystem32Slmgr.vbs –xpr
  3. cscript C:WindowsSystem32Scregedit.wsf /ar 0
  4. Wevtutil qe System /f:text /c:1 /rd:true

Answer:
A. cscript C:WindowsSystem32Scregedit.wsf/cs 0


Tutorial:
You should run the cscript C:WindowsSystem32Scregedit.wsf/cs 0 command to enable down-level TS clients to make a connection.


You should not run the cscript C:WindowsSystem32Slmgr.vbs -xpr command to enable down-level TS clients to make a connection. This command is used to verify the license status of the Server Core.


You should not run the cscript C:WindowsSystem32Scregedit.wsf /ar 0 command to enable down-level TS clients to make a connection. This command is used to enable Terminal Services Remote Desktop for Administration on Server Core. The exact syntax may differ based on the actual location of the Scregedit.wsf file.


You should not run the Wevtutil qe System /f:text /c:1 /rd:true command to enable down-level TS clients to make a connection. This command is used to check event logs.


Reference:
Windows Server 2008 Technical Library > Featured Resources > Server Core Installation Option of Windows Server Longhorn Step-by-Step Guide

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