These questions are based on 70-290 – Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
Self Test Software Practice Test
Objective: Manage and Maintain a Server Environment.
Sub-objective: Manage servers remotely.
Multiple answer, multiple-choice
You are your company’s network administrator. The corporate network consists of a single Active Directory domain. All servers run Windows Server 2003, and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.
The company’s written security policy stipulates that only authorized VBScript files be allowed to run on any client computers. Currently, the only authorized script is named Admin.vbs, and it is located in a shared folder named AdminTools on a file server named Server1. The Admin.vbs file is a framework for computer administration scripts. There are several script modules that are intended for performing different tasks. Each time you begin using the Admin.vbs file, you modify it to enable the appropriate module, depending on the task that you need to perform. You must configure the appropriate software restriction policy to enforce the written security policy.
What should you do? (Choose two. Each correct answer presents part of the solution).
- Digitally sign all .vbs files; create a certificate rule with the Restricted security level.
- Create a path rule for \Server1AdminToolsAdmin.vbs, and set the security level to Unrestricted.
- Create a hash rule with the Disallowed security level for all .vbs files.
- Create a certificate rule with the Disallowed security level for the Admin.vbs file.
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