Question 1) Microsoft Windows Server 2003

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Objective: Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining a Network Infrastructure
SubObjective: Troubleshoot Connectivity to the Internet
Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

You are the network administrator for a large corporation named Elevated Technologies. The network is a single Active Directory domain. The network contains Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 computers. A DHCP server has been configured to assign IP addresses on the network.

 

Your company employs several research consultants who work in the office one day each week. The consultants have been issued laptop computers. You want the laptops to receive DHCP leases for nine hours.

 

You reconfigure the DHCP scope, create a user class for the laptop computers, and assign the new user class a lease duration of nine hours. However, when the laptops connect, you notice they are receiving the default lease duration. You want to solve this problem with the least amount of administrative effort.

 

What should you do?

 

A. On the DHCP server, activate the scope.
B. On each of the laptop computers, configure a static IP address.
C. On the DHCP server, create reservations for the laptop computers.
D. On each of the laptop computers, use the registry editor to configure the user class.
E. On each of the laptop computers, use the ipconfig utility to configure the user class.

 

Answer:
E. On each of the laptop computers, use the ipconfig utility to configure the user class.

 

Tutorial:
You should use the ipconfig utility to configure the user class on each of the laptop computers. The /setclassid parameter will enable you to configure the user class for each of the laptop computers.

 

You should not activate the scope on the DHCP server. The laptop computers are receiving address leases, an indication the scope has been activated.

 

You should not configure a static IP address on each of the laptop computers. Static IP addresses are not part of the DHCP process.

 

You should not create reservations for the laptop computers on the DHCP server. It is not necessary to reserve certain addresses for the laptop computers. This will not ensure that the appropriate lease duration is configured on the laptop computers.

 

You should not use the registry editor to configure the user class on each of the laptop computers. You should avoid the use of the registry editor except when necessary. Because you can use the ipconfig utility to configure the user class, it is not necessary to use the registry editor.

 

Reference:

 

1. Windows Server 2003 Help – Search
– Ipconfig

 

These questions are derived from the Self Test Software Practice Test for Microsoft Exam #70-293: Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure.

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