Design Support Identity and Access Management Components

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These questions are based on 70-647: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator
Microsoft
Self Test Software Practice Test


Objective: Design support identity and access management components.
Sub-objective: Design the branch-office deployment.


Multiple-answer, multiple-choice


You are the administrator for a large company with a main office and a branch office. The network contains two domains, and the domain and forest modes are Windows 2000 Server. As part of installing a read-only domain controller (RODC) in the branch office, you have completed the following tasks:



  • Upgraded all domain controllers to Windows Server 2003.
  • Raised the domain and forest level to Windows Server 2003.

Which of the following operations must be performed next? (Choose two.)



  1. Run adprep/forestprep on the schema master.
  2. Raise the domain and forest level to Windows Server 2008.
  3. Upgrade all domain controllers to Windows Server 2008.
  4. Install a writable Windows Server 2008 domain controller in the domain where the RODC will be installed.

Answer:
A. Run adprep/forestprep on the schema master.
D. Install a writable Windows Server 2008 domain controller in the domain where the RODC will be installed.


Tutorial:
You still need to install a writable Windows Server 2008 domain controller in the domain where the RODC will be located and run the adprep/forestprep command on the schema master. Additional steps to complete the RODC installation include running the adprep/domainprep command in the each domain and running the adprep/rodcprep command in the domain where the RODC will be placed.


It is not necessary to raise the forest or domain functional level to Windows Server 2008. The Windows Server 2003 functional level will support an RODC.


It is also not necessary to upgrade all domain controllers to Windows Server 2008. An RODC installation only requires one writable Windows Server 2008 domain controller in the domain where the RODC will be located.


Reference:
Windows Server 2008 Technical Library > Active Directory Domain Services > Getting Started: AD DS > Step-by-Step Guide for Read-only Domain Controllers> Prerequisites for Deploying an RODC

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