NT 1330 Final Exam Review
What is the difference between published and assigned software? Typically, after you publish a software package to users in a site, domain, or OU, the users can use Add or Remove Programs to install the software. After you assign a software package to users in a site, domain, or OU, the software is advertised on the desktop. The application becomes available to the user the next time the user logs on (if application’s GPO applies to that user). The application is fully installed by the user from the Start menu, from Add or Remove Programs, from a desktop shortcut, or by opening a document (on demand) that has a file name extension that is associated with the application. To backup active directory what feature do you install?
Install the backup features from the Server Manager.
What’s the name of the process to manually defrag active directory database? SAM: Security Accounts Manager
What is a starter GPO?
A Starter GPO can be thought of as a Group Policy Object (GPO) template that may administrators use as a baseline while creating any new GPO. Know the different tabs within the group policy management console: scope, details, settings and delegations and what they do. What is the difference between MSI and MST?
When deploying software in a client server environment with either group policy or System Management Server, you are required to use an MSI file for the deployment. A MST file is a transform file that modifies an original MSI. If your company was a global company, you would use a MST file to deploy an MS Office application in separate languages. What is the command line tool to refresh group policy?
What are the 3 different types of group policies?
Local, Domain and Starter GPO
Folder redirection, offline file storage, disk quotas
Policies have to be linked in order to run
Allows a user to run specific tools and programs with different permissions than the user's current logon provides. Runas is a command-line tool that is built into Windows Vista. To use runas at the command line, open a command prompt, type runas with the appropriate parameters, and then press ENTER. Group scopes and types:
Types of Groups:
Security- Security groups are used to control access to resources. They can also be used as e-mail distribution lists. Distribution- Distribution groups can be used only for e-mail distribution lists, or simple administrative groupings. These groups cannot be used for access control because they are not "security enabled." In Native-mode domains, a group type can be converted at any time. In Mixed-mode domains, a group's type is fixed at the time of creation and cannot be changed. Types of Scope:
Universal- Universal groups can be used anywhere in the same Windows forest. They are only available in a Native-mode enterprise. Global- Global groups are the primary scope of groups into which users are placed in Mixed-mode domains. Global groups can be placed only in the security descriptors of resource objects that reside in the same domain. Domain Local- Domain Local groups can be used for the direct assignment of access policies on specific resources that are not directly stored in Active Directory, (such as file server shares, printer queues, and so on). Active directory can store DNS type partitions
Command to run active directory:
Functions of a global catalog:
A global catalog is a domain controller that stores a copy of all Active Directory objects in a forest. The global catalog stores a full copy of all objects in the directory for its host domain and a partial copy of all objects for all other domains in the forest. 5 FSMO rolls:
Schema master- The schema master FSMO role holder is the DC responsible for performing updates to the directory schema (that is, the schema naming context or LDAP://cn=schema,cn=configuration,dc=) Domain naming master- The domain naming master FSMO role holder is the DC responsible...
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