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 physical and logical devices.
Sub-objective: Troubleshoot server hardware devices.
Single answer, multiple-choice
You are a network administrator for your company. A Windows Server 2003 computer named SQL1 runs SQL Server 2000 and hosts a database with customer data. All hard disks on SQL1 are dynamic disks. Database files are located on a RAID-5 volume, and transaction logs are located on a mirrored volume. Employees access the database through a custom client application.
SQL1 experiences a catastrophic hardware failure. After analyzing the nature of the failure, you discover that repairing the failed computer would not be cost-efficient. The hard disks have not been damaged, and no data loss has occurred. You have a spare computer, and you decide to use it instead of the failed computer. You install Windows Server 2003 and SQL Server 2000 on the new computer, and then you move the disks that host the RAID-5 volume with the customer database files and the disks that host the mirrored volume with the transaction log files to the new computer. You must ensure that users can access the customer database without making any changes to the client application.
What should you do next?
- Reactivate the disks.
- Repair the disks.
- Import the foreign disks.
- Initialize the disks.
C. Import the…
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