These questions are based on 70-238 – Pro: Deploying Messaging Solutions With Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
Objective: Planning for Messaging Environment Maintenance
Sub-Objective: Plan for patch and service pack implementation
Single Answer, Multiple Choice
You are a messaging professional for Verigon Corporation. The messaging system in your company is Exchange Server 2007. The Edge Transport server role (named Edge1) is deployed in the perimeter network. The Hub Transport server role (named Hub1), the Client Access server role (named Cas1) and the Mailbox server role (named Mb1) are all deployed in the internal network. Your organization also has a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 2.0 Service Pack 1 (SP1) server, named WSUS1. Click the Exhibit(s) button to view the network.
The Edge1 server is exposed to the Internet to relay messages within your organization to and from the Internet. The WSUS1 server is configured via a Group Policy object as the Windows Update server to provide up-to-date security patches and other approved critical updates for the client computers.
Your organization wants to stop the services not required by the Edge Transport server to protect this server from Internet attacks.
What should you do to accomplish the task?
- Migrate WSUS1 from WSUS 2.0 SP1 to WSUS 3.0.
- Run the Security Configuration Wizard (SCW) on the Edge Transport server.
- Run services.msc on the Edge Transport server.
- Run compmgmt.msc from the Services pane on the Edge Transport server.
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