Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Computers

These questions are derived from the Self Test Software Practice Test for Microsoft exam #70-284 – Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

Objective: Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Computers
SubObjective: Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot data storage

Single Answer, Multiple Choice

You administer an Exchange 2003 server. The operating system and program files reside on drive C, which is located on a single 4-GB physical disk. The paging file resides on drive D, which is located on a 5-GB RAID-0 device. The transaction logs are hosted on drive E, which are located on an 8-GB RAID-1 device.

Employees in your company access thousands of large documents in several public folders in a public store. You created the public store on drive F on a 50-GB RAID-10 device; the store currently requires 45 GB.

Users complain that it takes too much time to perform searches in the public folders. You decide to create a full-text index.

On which disks should you place the full-text index?

  1. on drive C
  2. on drive D
  3. on drive E
  4. on drive F
  5. on a new RAID device

Answer:
E. on a new RAID device

Tutorial:
Because the public store in this scenario contains thousands of large documents, the full-text index on the store is likely to be quite large. To provide the best performance, it is recommended that each of the following components be placed…


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