Windows Server 2003 HELP ASAP!!!
posted by I_Love_Music .
Could please help me with some questions aswell as check the ones I've answered? Thanks!
Which of the following media has the largest data storage capacity?
a. Zip cartridge
c. DVD (This is what I think the answer is)
d. Jaz cartridge
Why is hardware data compression for backups preferred over software data compression?
a.Hardware compression is more accurate than software compression.
b.Hardware compression can be used with any type of backup, including differential. (This is what I think the answer is)
c.Hardware compression occurs on the tape drive and does not burden the system processor.
d.Hardware compression can gain much higher compression ratios than software compression.
**This question I don't understnad**If you do a full backup to a single tape on a Friday night and then an incremental backup to a single tape on all other days of the week (including the weekend), if a system failure occurs, what is the maximum number of tapes required to perform a full restore?
While discussing the development of a new backup strategy for your company, a colleague uses the term target. What is she referring to?
a.The system hosting the tape drive
b.The backup device
c.The data object to be backed up
d.The media in the backup device (this is what I think the answer is)
**This question I don't understand**When you configure volume shadow copy, which of the following parameters cannot be configured?
a.Which folders on the drive should be included in the volume shadow copy.
b.The drives that should be included in the volume shadow copy.
c.The maximum size of the storage area for shadowed files.
d.The frequency with which shadow copies should be made.
After a system failure, you restart the system in Directory Services Restore Mode to restore Active Directory from a backup. You are prompted for a username and password, so you enter the username and password for the Administrator account, but you are unable to log on. You used the Administrator account the previous day, and the password has not been changed since then. What is the most likely cause of the problem?
a.You must use the first password ever associated with the Administrator account.
b.You must use the username DSRESTORE and the Administrator account password to enter Directory Services Restore Mode.
c.You must use the restore mode password for the Administrator account that you specified when you installed Active Directory.(This is what I think the answer is)
d.You must use an account other than Administrator that is a member of the Domain Admins group to enter Directory Services Restore Mode.
**This one I don't understand**If you do a full backup to a single tape on a Friday night and then an incremental backup to a single tape on all other days of the week (including the weekend), and a system failure occurs on Monday morning, how many tapes are required to perform a full restore?
**This one I don't understand**If you are performing a full backup each Friday to a single tape and a differential backup to a single tape on all other days of the week (including the weekend), what is the minimum number of tapes required to accommodate seven days worth of backups?
How does using the volume shadow copy feature of Windows Server 2003 help system administrators?
a.It reduces the need to perform backups.
b.It allows multiple copies of a file to be written to different locations at the same time.
c.It reduces the amount of time that it takes to perform a backup.
d.It reduces the need to restore individual files from backup.(This is what I think the answer is)
**This one I don't understand**You are the network administrator for a chemical wholesaler in Spokane, Washington. You have a single Windows Server 2003 system with three disk drives. One drive holds the system and boot partition, the second drive is used for file storage, and the third drive is used to store the order processing system and sales database. You back up the system with a full backup each Friday, and you do an incremental backup on all other weekdays at 7 P.M. One of your suppliers sends you electronic copies of its new product catalogs, along with ordering codes. In all, there are 50 files named Cat1 through Cat50.