Design Support Identity and Access Management Components

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…


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