Learn About Exchange Server 2007

These practice test questions from MeasureUp are based on Microsoft’s exam 70-236: TS: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring.

The audience for this exam includes individuals who are responsible for installing, configuring and managing Exchange Server. Experience using the management tools for Exchange Server, Active Directory and Windows Server will help you prepare for this exam.

By passing exam 70-236, you earn the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Exchange Server 2007 – Configuration certification . You also earn credit toward the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) Enterprise Messaging Administrator certification .

Objective: Configure disaster recovery.
Sub-objective: Configure high availability.

Single answer, multiple-choice

You are an Exchange administrator. EX01 has been configured with the Mailbox role and is configured as the active node in a Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) configuration named CCRMail. EX02 is currently configured as the passive node. You need to perform maintenance on EX01.

First, you must transfer the active node to EX02. What should you do?

A.    Execute the commands: Setup /removeCMS /CMSName:CCRMail Setup /m:uninstall
B.    Execute the commands: Setup /removeCMS /CMSName:CCRMail Setup /RecoverServer
C.    Execute the command: Setup /uninstall /removeCMS /CMSName:CCRMail
D.    Execute the command: Setup /Install /r:Mailbox
E.    Execute the command: Move-ClusteredMailboxServer -Identity:CCRMail -TargetMachine:EX02 -MoveComment:"Getting ready for maintenance on EX01"

Answer:
E

Tutorial:
You should execute the command:

Move-ClusteredMailboxServer -Identity:CCRMail -TargetMachine:EX02 -MoveComment:"Getting ready for maintenance on EX01"

This command transfers the active node to EX02 and makes EX01 the passive node.

You should not execute the commands:

Setup /removeCMS /CMSName:CCRMail
Setup /m:uninstall

The /removeCMS option uninstalls the clustered mailbox server and causes the server to be demoted to the passive node. The second command uninstalls Exchange Server.

You should not execute the command:

Setup /removeCMS /CMSName:CCRMail
Setup /RecoverServer

You cannot use the RecoverServer mode on a clustered server.

You should not execute the command:
Setup /uninstall /removeCMS /CMSName:CCRMail

When you use the /uninstall option, you completely remove Exchange from the server.

You should not execute the command:

Setup /Install /r:Mailbox

You use the Install mode when you need to add a passive node that is not already configured as a Mailbox server to the cluster.

References:
Cluster Continuous Replication
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124521(EXCHG.80).aspx

Move-ClusteredMailboxServer
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124710(EXCHG.80).aspx

How to Remove the Active Mailbox Role from a CCR Environment
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123940.aspx
    

Objective: Configure recipients and public folders.
Sub-objective: Configure recipients.

Single answer, multiple-choice

An Active Directory user named Alice recently changed her name from Alice Johnson to Alice Brown. However, Alice Johnson is still reflected in e-mail messages. Alice’s Active Directory user account name is Alice in the BCDTRAIN domain. Alice’s e-mail address is alice@bcdtrain.com. You need to update Alice’s display name in Active Directory. Which cmdlet should you use?

A.    Set-User -Identity BCDTRAINAlice -DisplayName "Alice Brown"
B.    Get-Mailbox -Anr "Alice" | Set-User -DisplayName "Alice Brown"
C.    Set-MailUser -SamAccountName "Alice Brown" -Identity alice@bcdtrain.com

D.    Get-Recipient -Identity alice@bcdtrain.com -Anr "Alice Brown"
 
Answer:
A

Tutorial:
You should run the following cmdlet:

Set-User -Identity BCDTRAINAlice -Display Name "Alice Brown"

The Set-User cmdlet modifies user attributes in Active Directory. The -Identity parameter specifies the identity of the user to be modified. Its value can be a globally unique identifier (GUID), distinguished name (DN), domain account name, user principal name (UPN), alias or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) address. The -DisplayName parameter specifies the display name of the user.

You should not run the following cmdlet:

Get-Mailbox -Anr "Alice" | Set-User -DisplayName "Alice Brown"

The Get-Mailbox cmdlet retrieves mailbox attributes for a user. Cmdlets can be combined by specifying the pipe (|) symbol. However, the Set-User -DisplayName "Alice Brown" cmdlet does not specify the required Identity parameter. The Identity parameter is necessary to locate the user to modify.

You should not run the following cmdlet:

Set-MailUser -SamAccountName "Alice Brown" -Identity alice@bcdtrain.com

The Set-MailUser cmdlet sets mail attributes for a mail-enabled user. However, you should not specify Alice Brown for the SamAccountName parameter. This parameter should specify the log-on name for operating systems earlier than Microsoft Windows 2000.

You should not run the following cmdlet:

Get-Recipient -Identity alice@bcdtrain.com -Anr "Alice Brown"

The Get-Recipient cmdlet retrieves a list of recipients in Active Directory. You cannot modify recipients with this cmdlet alone.

References:
Set-User
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998221.aspx
    
Understanding Recipients
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/40300ed4-85a5-463d-bb3a-cf787bd44e9d.aspx
    
Cmdlet List
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123703.aspx

Objective: Configure the Exchange Infrastructure.
Sub-objective: Configure connectors.

Single answer, multiple-choice

Your company's Internet Service Provider (ISP) requires all outbound Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) traffic to be routed through its SMTP server. You install an Edge Transport server and subscribe the server to your Exchange organization.

You need to configure Exchange so that users can send messages over the Internet only by routing them through the ISP's SMTP server. Users must be able to receive messages sent by any SMTP server on the Internet. Which connector should you reconfigure?

A.    The Receive connector on the Edge Transport server.
B.    The Receive connector on the Hub Transport server.
C.    The Send connector from the Edge Transport server to the Internet.
D.    The Send connector from the Hub Transport server to the Edge Transport server.
E.    The Send connector from the Edge Transport server to the Hub Transport server.

Answer:
C

Tutorial:
You should reconfigure the Send connector from the Edge Transport server to the Internet. The connector is created by default when you subscribe an Edge Transport server to Active Directory. However, this connector is configured by default to communicate with any SMTP server on the Internet, so you should reconfigure it to communicate only with the smart host at your ISP. You configure a send connector using the Set-SendConnector cmdlet.

You do not need to reconfigure the Receive connector on the Edge Transport server. When you install the Edge Transport role on a server, a Receive connector is created by default. It is configured to receive mail from any source, both from the Internet and from the Hub Transport servers in your organization.

You do not need to reconfigure the Receive connector on the Hub Transport server. This connector is created by default when you install the Hub Transport role, and it is configured to receive mail from addresses internal to your network.

You do not need to reconfigure the Send connector from the Hub Transport server to the Edge Transport server. This connector is created by default with the correct settings on each Hub Transport server in the site to which you subscribe the Edge Transport server.

You do not need to reconfigure the Send connector from the Edge Transport server to the Hub Transport server. This connector is created and configured correctly when you subscribe an Edge Transport server to Active Directory.

References:
Managing Connectors
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125128.aspx
    
Send Connectors
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998662.aspx

Configuring Edge Transport Server Connectors
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123883.aspx
    
Edge Transport
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998012.aspx
    
Hub Transport
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123803.aspx
    
Transport Architecture    
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996349.aspx
    
How to Configure Connectors for Internet Mail Flow
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998212.aspx
    
Lesson 1: Introduction to Message Transport, Course 5047A
Module 7: Managing Message Transport
                
Subscribing the Edge Transport Server to the Exchange Organization
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125236.aspx

Objective: Install and Configure Microsoft Exchange Servers.
Sub-objective: Prepare the infrastructure for Exchange installation.

Multiple answer, multiple-choice

You are planning to add an Exchange 2007 server to an existing organization. The organization has the Exchange servers shown in the exhibit. The organization resides in an Active Directory domain, running at the Windows 2000 native functional level. What changes must you make to the network before adding the Exchange 2007 server to the organization? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A.    Convert the Exchange organization to native mode.
B.    Raise the domain functional level to Windows Server 2003.
C.    Upgrade the operating system to Windows Server 2003 on EXCH1, EXCH2 and EXCH3.
D.    Decommission EXCH3.
E.    Decommission EXCH2.

Answer:
A, E

Tutorial:
You must decommission or upgrade EXCH2 and convert the Exchange organization to native mode. Exchange 2007 cannot coexist in the same organization as Exchange 5.5. Also, it must be installed in an Exchange organization running in native mode.

You do not need to raise the domain functional level to Windows Server 2003. The minimum domain functional level required is Windows 2000 native mode. You do not need to upgrade the operating system to Windows Server 2003 on EXCH1, EXCH2 and EXCH3.

Although Exchange 2007 must be installed on computers running Windows Server 2003, other Exchange servers do not have that requirement. Exchange Server 2000 must have at least SP 3 installed and Exchange Server 2003 must have at least SP 2 installed, but those requirements are already met by the configuration.

You do not need to decommission EXCH3. Exchange 2007 can coexist with Exchange Server 2000 as long as SP3 is installed.

References:
Exchange 2007 System Requirements
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719.aspx
    
Lesson 2: Installing Exchange Server 2007
Course 5047A
Module 2: Installing Exchange Server 2007                

Objective: Monitor and Report.
Sub-objective: Perform message tracking.

Single answer, multiple-choice

You need to change the path where the Hub Transport server's message logs are stored to a different hard drive. What cmdlet will you use?

A.    Set-ExchangeServer
B.    Set-TransportServer
C.    Set-TransportConfig
D.    Set-TransportRule

Answer:
B

Tutorial:
You should use the cmdlet:

Set-TransportServer -Identity -MessageTrackingLogPath

The Set-TransportServer cmdlet allows you to modify a number of configuration settings for a transport server, including message tracking options.

You should not use the cmdlet Set-ExchangeServer. The Set-ExchangeServer cmdlet allows you to enable error reporting and identify the domain controllers that should be used for directory service access by the Exchange Server.

You should not use the Set-TransportConfig cmdlet. You use the Set-TransportConfig cmdlet to set organization-wide settings for transport servers. The path to the message log is a server-specific setting.

You should not use the Set-TransportRule setting. You use the Set-TransportRule setting to configure a rule that will be used by a transport server to process a message.

References:
How to Configure Message Tracking
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Online Help
                    
Exchange Management Shell
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124413.aspx
    
New Administration Functionality in the Exchange Management Shell
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/2560dca8-236a-4626-b9ed-eaa103cae56f.aspx
    
Set-TransportServer
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124238.aspx
    
Cmdlet List
Microsoft TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123703.aspx
    
Lesson 2: Implementing Message Transport
Course 5047A
Module 7: Managing Message Transport               

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