Five more questions from measureup

Im honestly surprised that Ive made it this far. Im pre-testing in the 60s and think I can bring that up reasonably quick by blogging and then retesting the questions that I missed until im in the 90s. I understand most of this stuff and im feeling like I usually
get in the right ball park its just the problem of being detail oriented that im getting stuck on. I think going through the questions in this format should do a lot for actual comprehension rather than just memorization however it would be nice if I was one of those that could just read and instantly understand however the concepts are a little heavy or complicated for that. Moving on lets get intoto some questions which im just doing in alphabetical order without any kind of idea flow.

Im little confused as to why you wouldn’t allow the CEO to print directly to a printer but I guess this works kind of the same way.

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I think the important thing to note here is that that the printer priority number set to a higher number will take precedence.
Other than that there’s only the question of arguing logical semantics.


 

So there is an exhibit associated with this but I didnt find it to be overly helpful so I didnt grab it but this one I found to be
confusing at this point.

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So I should modify scope options because the clients are getting an incorrect DNS server ip from the DHCP config. Where Can I find more in information about this. I have no idea what else DHCP supplies besides an ip address to a client. Im assuming from this an entire network config? I suppose this is somewhat helpful but im still confused as to the details. This ends up being a “just remember that DNS server address is tied to DHCP config” kind of situation I really dislike that and find it frustrating in practice as its not providing me with a complete solution to be able to answer other similar questions. There is that “see references” part in here but as yet I havent always found just a technet article to be
sufficient. This is also helpful but I guess the note in this situation is to be sure and understand that the DHCP config does contain the DNS server address. Probably somewhat basic information.


I really dislike this question, I mean its a valid question but there is so much confusing terminology. When I was younger I had trouble understanding raid configurations this adds another level of complication by including hot spares, columns and provisioning types. If it where only one of a handful of things it wouldn’t be that bad its just these one off scenarios of added complication that really start to stack up the bill of how complicated this stuff is. Perhaps I should have started studying server material sooner instead of doing other things? I fear that would have made me look desperate and maybe I wouldn’t have been given this chance. Regardless I think ive proved my value as a hard worker and an employable person. Whether or not ill actually become an employed person is a whole other question thats not for me to answer and regardless of pass or fail ive made a really good attempt at this stuff. While reminding myself that im a capable person that works hard. So worst case scenario it was a nice change from doing nothing.

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So its easy enough to remember to not use a hotspare in this scenario but what exactly does all this mean?

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Hopefully you can still read the highlighted answer in the first question, “configure a two column two way mirror that uses thin provisioning.” I honestly am not sure what that means even after reading the answer key. This is like share permissions only more complicated. Hopefully the questions answer will stick?

Googling provides questions of myth busting for speed questions as well as this. I get slightly frustrated by these things but its kind of irrelevant as we are required to learn them any way. This also came up and I watched it found it slightly helpful but JBOD sure
seems to be a popular topic.

https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/IT-Camps/IT-Camps-On-Demand-Windows-Server-2012/ITCamp-WS2012-03/player


This question about configuring a DHCP relay agent was only confusing from the perspective of assuming that the server on the other subnet wouldnt be able to communicate DHCP traffic if the router was not able to. So according to this question we learn thats not the case, we are understanding something that actually makes sense and is straightforward. This isnt as taxing on the ol’ noggin thank goodness. I feel
like if this was your second round doing server that it wouldnt be as brutal to learn the complicated technology as your base line would be drastically increased. Just like leveling up a character in an MMORPG.

Its an important note that member 2 is on subnet b with a router in between the DHCP server.

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It also notes that you have to have separate IPv4 and IPv6 relay agents.


This question makes sense but it seems inefficient to create a rule for each of the unknown computers that are being server DHCP. Isnt there a better way to to block unauthorized machines from getting DCHP? They cant be logging on to the network can they? are these
BYOD machines that someone has somehow joined to the domain? I have so many questions about this but given the weird scenario I suppose that only one way to do this is to create a rule for each machine, at least thats what we are told. I suppose this is a one off issue.

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I think im going to stick with doing these 5 questions at a time so that’s all for now. Ill try to get at least one more round of these done today and ive only got about 60 questions that I missed on the last test to really figure out so I think im making some good head way!

 

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