Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization

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 the Exchange Organization
SubObjective: Manage and troubleshoot public folders


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


Your company consists of a central office and a branch office. Exchange 2003 is used as the messaging system. Each office has one Exchange Server 2003 computer. The two servers are in separate routing groups, and a routing group connector has been configured in each office. Each office has an RRAS server that is equipped with a regular 56-KBPS modem and is configured as a demand-dial router.

A public store is located on the server in the central office. All employees frequently need access to the documents in the public folders in that public store. The documents in the public folders are periodically updated. Employees at the branch office complain that it takes too long to access the public folders. You want to reduce the amount of time that it takes for these users to access the documents in the public folders.

Which action(s) should you perform?



  1. Assign a cost of zero to the routing group connectors.
  2. Replicate the appropriate public folders between the two offices.
  3. Assign a public folder affinity of zero to the appropriate public folders.
  4. Create the appropriate public folders on the server in the branch office, and place all required documents into…

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