These questions are based on 70-649 – TS.
Objective: Maintaining the Active Directory Environment
Sub-Objective: Configure backup and recovery
Single Answer, Multiple Choice
You are the systems administrator for your company. You install Windows Server 2008 on a computer and configure it as a file server, named FileSrv. The FileSrv computer contains four hard disks that are configured as basic disks. You want to configure Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) 0+1 on FileSrv for performance and fault tolerance of data.
To achieve this, you need to convert the basic disks in FileSrv to dynamic disks. Which command should you use?
You should use the Diskpart.exe command. RAID is commonly implemented for both performance and fault tolerance. There are various RAID levels that you can choose from to provide fault tolerance, performance or both. RAID 0 uses disk striping and offers the fastest read and write performance, but it does not offer any fault tolerance. If a single disk in a RAID 0 array is lost, all data is lost and will need to be recovered from backup. RAID 1 uses disk mirroring with two disks. This configuration produces slow writes, but relatively quick reads, and it provides a means to maintain high data availability on servers because a single disk can be lost without any loss of data. RAID 0+1 combines RAID 0 and RAID…
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