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QUESTION 81  (Topic 2)

 

A corporate environment will include Exchange Server 2010.

 

You are designing a deployment plan for the Mailbox servers.

 

You need to recommend the minimum amount of physical memory that supports the following requirements:

 

Use single-role Mailbox servers.

Each Mailbox server must support 22.5 GB of database cache.

 

How much memory should you recommend?

 

A.

64 GB

B.

24 GB

C.

48 GB

D.

32 GB

 

Answer: D

Explanation:

 

 

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QUESTION 82  (Topic 2)

 

You are a network administrator for a school named Graphic Design Institute.

 

The network contains an Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) organization named graphicdesigninstitute.com.

 

Approximately 50,000 students enroll at the school each year. The students use Outlook Anywhere.

 

At the beginning of each academic year, you plan to create 25 new mailbox databases to host all of the student mailboxes.

 

You need to recommend which configurations must be performed on each new mailbox database.

 

 

The solution must meet the following requirements:

 

Minimize the amount of disk space required on the Mailbox servers. Ensure that the students can search for email addresses and office locations of teachers when they cannot access the school network.

 

What should you include in the recommendation? (Choose all that apply.)

 

A.

Modify the maintenance schedule of each mailbox database.

B.

Enable local continuous replication (LCR).

C.

Enable circular logging for each mailbox database.

D.

Configure the offline address book (OAB) properties of each mailbox database.

E.

Enable disk quotas for each volume.

F.

Create an offline address book (OAB) virtual directory for each mailbox database.

 

Answer: CD

Explanation:C and D are the best answers however please note that depending on how you will distribute your offline address books you might create a OAB virtual directory. Although it is not recommend it as a best practice, you can configure Exchange to save disk space by enabling circular logging. Circular logging allows Exchange to overwrite transaction log files after the data that the log files contain has been committed to the database.

 

In Exchange 2010, circular logging is disabled by default. By enabling it, you reduce drive storage space requirements. However, without a complete set of transaction log files, you can’t recover any data more recent than the last full backup. Therefore, in a normal production environment, circular logging isn’t recommended.

 

An offline address book (OAB) in Exchange Server 2010 is a copy of an address book that’s been downloaded so that an Outlook user can access the information it contains while disconnected from the server. Exchange administrators can choose which address books are made available to users who work offline, and they can also configure the method by which the address books are distributed (Web-based distribution or public folder distribution).

 

Use the EMC to configure OAB properties

You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the “Offline address books” entry in the Mailbox Permissions topic.

In the console tree, navigate to Organization Configuration > Mailbox. In the result pane, click the Offline Address Book tab, and then select the offline address

 

 

 

book that you want to configure.

 

In the action pane, click Properties.

Use the General tab to view OAB properties and to set the update interval for the OAB. Name This unlabeled box at the top of the tab displays the OAB name. You can modify this name. Generation server This read-only field displays the OAB generation server. The OAB generation server is the Mailbox server on which the OABs are generated. If you want to specify a different generation server, use the Move-OfflineAddressBook cmdlet with the Server parameter. For more information, see Move-OfflineAddressBook.

 

Default offline address book This read-only field displays a True or False status to indicate whether the selected OAB is the default OAB. If this isn’t the default OAB, and you want to set it as the default, right-click the OAB in the result pane, and then click Set as Default.

 

Modified This read-only field displays the last date and time that the OAB was modified. Update Schedule This list displays the time and interval for the regularly scheduled update. To customize the schedule, select Use Custom Schedule from the list, and then click Customize to open the

 

Schedule dialog box and specify the schedule you want.

 

Use the Address Lists tab to select the address lists you want to include in the OAB. If you want to include a global address list (GAL) other than the default GAL, you must use the Shell.

Include the default Global Address List Select this check box to include the default GAL in the OAB.

 

Include the following address lists Select this check box to add address lists to or remove address lists from the OAB.

 

Click Add to select one or more address lists to add to the OAB.

 

Click to remove the selected address list from the OAB.

 

Use the Distribution tab to specify the client support and OAB distribution points for the OAB.

Client Support Select the OAB version that will be generated for the version of Outlook that is used by your Exchange organization. If you have more than one version of Outlook in your organization, you can select one or more of the following versions:

Outlook 98 SP1 or earlier (Version 2)

 

 

 

Outlook 98 SP2 or later (Version 3)

Outlook 2003 SP2 or later (Version 4)

 

If you don’t select one of the Client Support options, Version 4 will be generated.

 

Distribution Points OAB distribution is the method by which the OAB can be accessed by users when they are working remotely or over a dial-up connection. To distribute the OAB, administrators can use Web-based distribution, public folder distribution, or both. An OAB distribution point is the HTTP Web address or public folder where client computers can download an OAB.

You can select one or both of the following check boxes:

Enable Web-based distribution Select this check box to enable Web-based distribution. Web-based distribution is the distribution method by which Outlook 2007 or later clients that are working offline or through a dial-up connection access the OAB. With Web-based distribution, a Client Access server will contain an OAB virtual directory for Web distribution purposes.

 

Click Add to specify the virtual directory or directories from which you want to distribute the OAB.

 

Click to remove the selected virtual directory from the OAB.

 

Enable public folder distribution Select this check box to enable public folder distribution. Public folder distribution is the distribution method by which Outlook 2003 or earlier clients that are working offline or through a dial-up connection access OABs.

 

 

QUESTION 83  (Topic 2)

 

Your network contains an internal network and a perimeter network. The perimeter network contains an Exchange Server 2010 Edge Transport server.

 

You need to recommend a remote management solution for the Edge Transport server that meets the following requirements:

 

All management traffic must be encrypted

The solution must allow remote administration from the internet network The solution must support the use of the Exchange Management Console (EMC)

 

 

What should you recommend?

 

A.

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) over Secure Socket Layer (SSL).

B.

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) over Secure Socket Layer (SSL).

C.

Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC)

D.

Windows Remote Management (WinRM) over SSL

 

Answer: B

Explanation:Since solution must support EMC you need to login to the server. The only way to connect from the internet is by RDP. WinRM will be most likely restricted.

 

The question is talking about EMC not EMS

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Q6

Exchange Management Console

The Exchange Management Console (EMC) is one method to manage your Exchange Server as it is now remote-capable. You essentially run a local version of EMC on your workstation and connect to a remote Exchange Server in order to manage it. It is important to note that a 64-bit host system is required, as that the EMC only runs on 64-bit system. In addition, for security reasons, only the Edge Transport server role appears for servers that have the Edge Transport server role installed ?regardless of any other server roles that may be present.

 

Answer:

 

Q7

Remote Exchange Management Shell

Exchange Server cmdlets can be remotely accessed via Exchange Manage Shell (EMS) using the PowerShell scripting language. This feature is new to Exchange Server 2010, and is powerful as it allows multiple servers to be managed as a single EMS instance from a remote workstation. The EMS is more powerful for certain tasks and also has the advantage of not being subjected to the requirement of a 64-bit host system. Organizations that have deployed Office 365 will be interested to know that EMS works with Exchange Online too.

 

Answer:

 

Q8

Exchange Control Panel

Also introduced in Exchange Server 2010, the Exchange Control Panel (ECP) allows an administrator to remotely configure specific aspects of Exchange Server with nothing more than a supported web browser.

Accessed from the http://<servername>/ECP URL, ECP functions through the firewall and is similar to accessing the Outlook Web App. Mailboxes can be managed from the ECP, including distribution groups, contacts, as well as other objects such as journaling and transport rules. While not as comprehensive as some of the available other administrative

 

 

 

options, it does at least make quick tweaks possible with a minimum of fuss.

 

Answer:

 

Q9

Remote Desktop Protocol

RDP, or Remote Desktop Protocol, is one of the most common protocols for remote access to Exchange Server, as well as Windows Servers in general. RDP is popular as it is commonly understood, fast and generally considered to be a secure method for remote administration. There are two options to bear in mind here from a licensing perspective:

Remote Desktop for Administration and Terminal Services. The first is limited to two connections and incurs no additional licensing costs. The latter has a greater amount of versatility, but has an added cost overhead.

 

Answer:

 

Q10

IP-based KVM

IP-based KVM (Keyboard-Video-Mouse) appliances do not utilize made-in-Microsoft technologies. These are used to wire-up anything from a single server, to hundreds of them, by connecting to their video, keyboard and mouse ports for remote management over the LAN or Internet. One advantage of using an IP-based KVM solution would be that it is not limited to Exchange Servers, but can be used for general server maintenance tasks. Moreover, companies whose servers are located in hard-to-access server closets, or data center locations, may already have an IP-KVM in place for managing them.

 

 

QUESTION 84

DRAG DROP  (Topic 2)

 

You have an Exchange Server 2007 organization.

 

You deploy servers that run Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) to the organization.

 

Your network contains two Active Directory sites named Site1 and Site2. The organization contains five servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

 

 

 

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You plan to move all mailboxes to Servers and to decommission Server1 and Server2.

 

You need to recommend the process to decommission Server1 and Server2. The solution must prevent interruptions to the mail flow.

 

What should you do?

 

To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.

 

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B.

 

C.

 

D.

 

 

Answer:

 

 

QUESTION 85  (Topic 2)

 

A corporate environment includes an on-premise deployment of Exchange Server 2010 SP1.

 

The company intends to migrate to a cloud-based Exchange Server 2010 SP1 service.

 

The security team needs to perform the following tasks:

 

Search multiple mailboxes for messages that meet specific criteria.

Store search results in a specific mailbox.

 

You need to recommend a solution for enabling security team members to perform the tasks.

 

To which group should you recommend the security team members be assigned?

 

A.

the Domain Admins security group

B.

the Discovery Management role-based access control (RBAC) role group

C.

the Enterprise Admins security group

D.

the Records Management role-based access control (RBAC) role group

 

Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 86  (Topic 2)

 

Your company has 10 offices. The offices connect to the Internet by using a WAN link. The offices connect to each other by using a VPN connection. An Active Directory site exists for each office.

 

You plan to deploy Exchange Server 2010. Each site will contain two Exchange Server 2010 servers.

 

You need to recommend the placement of domain controllers and global catalog servers to meet the following requirements:

 

Minimize the number of domain controllers

Must be able to deliver e-mail messages between users of the same office, if a domain controller and a WAN link fail simultaneously

 

What should you recommend?

 

A.

In each site, install two global catalog servers.

B.

In each site, install two domain controllers. Enable Universal Group Membership caching for each site.

C.

In each site, install two domain controllers. Create a publishing point for an offline address list on one Exchange server in each site.

D.

In each site, install one domain controller that is configured as a global catalog server. Enable Universal Group Membership caching for each site.

 

Answer: A

Explanation:To be protected against a domain controller failure we need two in each site plus every one has to have GC enabled.

 

 

QUESTION 87  (Topic 2)

 

A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010. The Exchange Server environment includes two Client Access servers that are load balanced by a hardware load balancer. The load balancer is configured to perform SSL offloading only when users access Outlook Web App (OWA).

 

You need to recommend a solution for ensuring that passwords are never transmitted in clear text when users access OWA.

 

What should you recommend?

 

A.

Modify the internal URI on the Client Access servers.

B.

Enable integrated Windows authentication.

C.

Modify the external URI o
n the Client Access servers.

D.

Enable forms-based authentication.

 

Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 88  (Topic 2)

 

A corporate environment will include Exchange Server 2010 in a single Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. The AD DS site topology is configured as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

 

 

 

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You are designing the Exchange Server deployment plan.

 

You have the following requirements:

 

Deploy Exchange Server 2010 servers in two AD DS sites. Maximize the security of the Exchange Server deployment.

 

You need to recommend a solution that meets the requirements.

 

Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)

 

A.

Configure DC2 as a read-only global catalog server.

B.

Configure DC3 as a writable global catalog server.

C.

Deploy a Mailbox server, a Hub Transport server, and a Client Access server in Site A and in Site B.

D.

Deploy a Mailbox server, a Hub Transport server, and a Client Access server in Site A and in Site C.

 

Answer: BD

Explanation:

 

 

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Active Directory: The following table shows the recommended ratio of Exchange 2010 servers to Active Directory global catalog (GC) servers for each site containing Exchange 2010 Mailbox servers or users.

Exchange will ignore Read Only Domain Controller (RODC) and will not connect to it, unless an administrator manually set it, so please make sure you don’t do any manual configuration to force this connection

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QUESTION 89

DRAG DROP  (Topic 2)

 

You are planning an Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack (SP1) organization for a company named Contoso, Ltd.

 

Your network contains two sites named Site1 and Site2. Site1 has an Internet connection.

Site2 connects to the Internet through Site1.

 

Each site will contain Client Access servers and Client Access arrays. The Client Access

 

 

servers and the Client Access arrays will be configured as shown in the following table.

 

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You plan to purchase SAN certificates for the Client Access servers. You need to identify the names for each SAN certificate for the Client Access methods in the following table.

 

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Which names should you identify?

 

To answer, drag the appropriate names to the correct certificate in the answer area.

 

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B.

 

C.

 

D.

 

 

Answer:

 

 

QUESTION 90

DRAG DROP  (Topic 2)

 

You have an Exchange Server 2007 organization. All servers in the organization run Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1).

 

Your network
contains two Active Directory sites named SiteA and SiteB. Only SiteA has a direct connection to the Internet.

 

You plan to transition the organization to Exchange Server 2010 SP1.

 

You need to recommend a transition solution to ensure that all of the mailboxes in SiteA can be moved to the Exchange Server 2010 SP1 servers. The solution must ensure that users in SiteB can send email messages to users in SiteA during the coexistence phase.

 

What should you include in the recommendation?

 

 

 

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B.

 

C.

 

D.

 

 

Answer:

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