objective 200: configure server roles and features

You need to use the New Share Wizard on a Windows Server 2012 R2 system to create a new share for the C:SharesWidgetsProject folder. Users will connects to the share using Windows 7 and Windows 8 workstations. Click on the sharing profile you should use.
SMB Share- Advance
You need to use the New Share Wizard Server 2012 R2 system to create a new share for use with Hyper-V servers in the network.
SMB Share – Applications
You need to use the New Share Wizard on a Windows Server 2012 R2 system to create a new share for the C:SharesWidgetsProject folder. Users will connects to the share using Windows 7 and Windows 8 workstations. On the Select the profile for this share screen,
Install the file server resource manager role on the server.
You need to use the New Share Wizard on a Windows Server 2012 R2 system to create a new share for the C:SharesWidgetsProject folder. Sales reps for your organization will connect to the share using Windows 7 and Windows 8 notebook systems. Because the users travel frequently,
allow caching or share
You need to use the New Share Wizard on a Windows Server 2012 R2 system to create a new share for the C:SharesWidgetsProject folder. Sales reps for your organization will connect to the share using Windows 7 and Windows 8 notebook systems. You want to configure the share such that,
access-based enumeration
You are managing the Widgetproject share in the Server Manager on a Windows Server 2012 R2 system. You want to specify an email address users can contact for assistance if they are denied access to the folder.
Management Prop
The C:SharesWidgetProject folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 system has been shared with network users. The server is a member of the westsim.com Active Directory domain. The ksander user is a member of the westim.comsuters group.
Allow read & execute, list folder contents, and read
The C:SharesWidgetProject folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 system has been shared with network users. The server is a member of the westsim.com Active Directory domain. The jmarshall user is a member of the westsim.comUsers group.
Allow write, Read & execute, List folder contents, and Read
The C:SharesWidgetProject folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 system has been shared with network users. The server is a member of the westsim.com Active Directory domain. The smardsen user is a member of the westsim.comUsers group.
Allow read
The C:SharesWidgetProject folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 system has been shared with network users. The server is a member of the westsim.com Active Directory domain. The vhammer user is a member of the westsim.comusers and the westsim.comAdministrators group.
Allow full control
The C:SharesWidgetProject folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 system has been shared with network users. The server is a member of the westsim.com Active Directory domain. The westsim.comResearch group has been granted the Allow Full control NTFS permissions.
Deny read
You need to share a folder that contains data used by your accounting department. You want Phil, the manager of the department, to be able to add and remove files.
Assign allow change permission for Phil, Allow Read for Accounting, and nothing else.
You are configuring access for a shared folder on Windows Server 2012 R2. There is a global group called Appusers who need read-only access. However, ther is a member of Appusers, jsmith, who should not have any access at all.
Assign allow read permission to Appusers, and assign Deny Read permission to jsmith
Mr. Yamashita needs to be able to modify the contents of the promo share, a shared folder on one of your Windows Server 2012 R2 servers. The share has been assigned the follwing permissions:
Remove the Training group from the share.
Remove Mr. Yamashita’s user account from the Training group.
Change the Training group’s permission to allow Read.
You are the network administrator for your company. A windows server 2012 R2 member server named Srv1 has a shared folder called salesresearch that shares the F:SalesResearch folder. This folder has three subfolders: Projects, Analysis, and Reports.
Assign Stan and Allow Read NTFS permission to F:SalesResearch.
Sally is an employee in the sales department.
Set Sally’s NTFS permission for StyleGuide.doc to deny write
SRV03 is a Windows Server 2012 R2 server that holds the salesdept folder. This folder contains documents specific to the sales department.
Share the SalesDept folder. Grant read permission to Sales group and full control permission to the SalesAdmin group. Remove the Everyone group.
SRV02 holds a shared folder named Forecast for the Managers group. Maria is a member of the Managers group.
Remove Maria’s account from the Manager’s group and grant read access.
Add Maria to the NTFS premissions for the folder. Grant Read access.
You receive a phone call from Sally, a member of the Sales group and Assistants group, claiming that she cannot save a file to the Public shared folder.
Remove sally from the Assistants group.
Sally, a member of the sales department, is borrowing a laptop computer from her supervisor to do some work from home in the evenings.
Take ownership of the C:Reports folder.
Grant Sally the Allow Modify permission to the C:Reports folder
You are the network administrator for your company. you recently replaced the previous network administrator. The sales manager, Jim, calls you and reports that he cannot update a file in the \ACCTSRV1Reports share which the previous network administrator created for him last Wednesday.
Change the Reports share permissions for the Everyone group to Allow full control.
You have decided to create a shared folder that will contain sensitive information about planned changes in the personnel structure. Most users will be denied access to the share, which is name REORG. You have successfully created the share and set appropriate permission.
Remove the REORG share. Share the folder again as REORG$ with the same permissions as before.
An employee has quit under difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, the user had several files that are needed, and before the employee left, they assigned Deny Full Control permission to Domain Users to all the files and folders.
Take ownership of the files, and change the permissions.
You are the network administrator for westsim.com. The network consists of a single domain. All the servers run windows server 2012 R2. All the clients run Windows 8.
Use the Shares panel in Server Manager to enable Access Based Enumeration (ABE) on the SalesData share.
On a Windows Server 2012 R2 server, you share a folder named Public using the default share name and share permissions. Later you receive a phone call from Sally, a member of the Sales group, claiming that she cannot save a file to the Public shared folder.
Grant Everyone to Change share permission. Grant the sales group, the allow modify NTFS permission.
You have a folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 system that you would like to share with members of your development team. Users should be able to view and edit any file in the shared folder.
Modify the NTFS permissions on the folder.
You have a folder on your Windows Server 2012 R2 computer that you would like members of your development team to access. You want to restrict network and local access to only specific users.
Place files on an NTFS partition.
Configure both share and NTFS permissions.
On your Windows Server 2012 R2 computer, you share the D:Reports folder using a share name of Reports.
Add the Accounting group and assign the Read permission. Add the Phil user account and assign Read/Write permission.
On your windows server 2012 R2 computer, you share the D:Apps folder using a sharename of Apps.
Assign allow read premission to Appusers, and assign Deny Read permission to JohnS.
On your Windows Server 2012 R2 computer, you share the D:Promo folder using a share name of Promo.
Change the Training group permission to allow Read.
Remove the Mary user account from the Training group.
Your Windows Server 2012 R2 computer has a folder named D:SaleDept. The D: drive is formatted with FAT32.
Share the SalesDept folder. Grant Read permission to the Sales group and Change permission to the SalesAdmin group. Remove Everyone from the access control list.
The D: drive in your Windows Server 2012 R2 server is formatted with NTFS. The Sales group on your computer has been given.
Edit the properties for the file; assign Mary the Deny full control permission.
YOu have a Windows Server 2012 R2 computer that is maintained by multiple administrators. Sally wants to access file in the Reports folder.
Remove sally from any other groups that have been explicitly denied access to the Reports folder.
Your Windows Server 2012 R2 computer has two volumes: C: and D:.
Use the robocopy command to copy the file to the C:Reports2 folder.
You manage a Windows Server 2012 R2 server. For the D:ReportsFinances.xls file, you explicitly grant the Mary user account the Allow Modify NTFS permissions.
Move the file to the new folder.
A server administrator has just been fired, but not before he assigned Deny Full Control permission to Everyone to several key files and folders on the server. All users, including you, are now blocked from accessing these important files.
Take ownership of the files and change the permissions.
You are the owner of the D:Reports folder. Judith needs to be able to see the files and subfolders in the D:Reports folder.
Grant Read & Execute to Judith; Modify to Dalton.
You need to control access to the D:Reports folder as follows: Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files but not modify them.
Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, and Read to the accounting group. Assign Allow Write to Mary.
You need to control access to the D:Reports folder as follows: Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files, edit them, add new files, and rename and delete files.
Remove Mary from the Accounting group. Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, Read, and Modify to the Accounting group. Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, and Read to Mary.
You are the network administrator for a small manufacturing company. You have ten regional sales people who travel extensively and have been provided Windows 7 laptop computers.
Configure Offline files for the folder that contains these files.
You need to control access to the D:Reports folder as follows: Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files, edit them, add new files. they should not be able to delete or rename files.
Assign allow read & execute, list folder contents, read, and write to the accounting group. For the mary user account, deny the write permission.
You are the technical consultant for many businesses in your community. One of your clients, a small law firm, has a single Active Directory domain. They have two servers running Windows Server 2012 R2.
Implement shadow copies on the relevant data.
You are the server administrator of the Srv12 server. This server is running the File Services role and is used for user home folders.
Configure share and NTFS permission with access-based enumeration.
You are the server administrator for the westsim.com domain. Client computers run Windows 7. All servers run Windows Server 2008 R2.
Enable access-based enumeration on the shared folder. Configure NTFS permissions on the BoardReports folder to control access.
You are the manager for Windows Server at your company. You have just installed Windows Server 2012 R2 on a new server.
Enable VSS on the volume that holds user data.
You need to configure Work Folders on a Windows 8.1 notebook system to connect to a sync share on a windows server 2012 R2 system.
System and Security
Your organization employs many outside sales representatives who frequently travel to customer sites. While they are away, they frequently need to access data on the internal file server in your network. Currently, they e-mail files to themselves so the can access on their notebooks.
No, Work folders cant be configured on Windows Vista systems.
You organization employs many outside sales representatives who frequently travel to customer sites. While they are away, they frequently need to access data on the internal file server in your network. Currently, the e-mail files to themselves so they can access them on their mobile devices.
The server hosting sync shares must be running Windows Server 2012 R2
A server certificate from a public CA should be used.
You are the network administrator for eastsim.com. The network consists of a single domain. All servers run Windows Server 2012 R2. All clients run Windows 8. You support a print server named PS1 that provides print services for 100 users.
Configure the print driver isolation settings for the new driver.
You are the network administrator for eastsim.com. The network consists of a single domain. All servers run Windows Server 2012 R2. All clients run Windows 8. Your company has one main office.
Install the Internet printing services role on PS1.
Install the Line Printer Daemon (LPD) services role on PS1.
You manage a Windows Server 2012 R2 server that has an attached printer that is used by the Sales department. The sales manager has asked you to restrict access to the printer as follows:
Assign Sally the Print permission.
Assign Damien the Manage Documents permission.
You are the administrator for the small network with several servers. All of your clients Windows 8. There is only one printer, which is centrally located.
Assign manage documents permission for the printer to Gladys.
You have connected a print device to Srv6 which runs Windows Server 2012 R2. You have also shared the printer as Printer1 and granted the Everyone group permission to print it.
Create a second printer called Printer2
Configure permissions on Printer 2 to allow only the manager to print.
Set the priority on printer1 to 1, and set the priority on Printer 2 to 99.
You have connected a print device to the SRV12 server and created a printer for it. You have shared the printer as Printer1 and granted the Everyone group permission to print to it.
Set the priority of Terry’s document to 99 and all others to 1.
You have connected a print device to the Srv11 server created a printer for it. You have share the printer as Printer1 and granted the Everyone group permission to print to it. A third party technician is visiting your company today to clean the company’s printers.
Add a new local port and configure Printer1 to print to it.
You have connected a print device to the Srv3 server created a printer for it. You have share the printer as Printer1 and granted the Everyone group permission to print to it. Users in the art department frequently send multiple page graphics to the printer.
Configure the priority of Printer1 to 1. Add a new printer and set the priority to 99. For the new printer, deny the Print permission for users in the art department. Instruct all users except those in the art department to use the new printer.
You have connected a print device to your server and created a printer for it. You have shared the printer as Printer1 and granted the Everyone group permission to print to it.
Open the print management console for Srv1 and create a new TCP/IP printer using the 192.168.1.14 IP address. Select the appropriate printer driver according to the make and model of the printer.
You have connected two identical print devices to the Srv12 server and created two printers for them named Printer1 and Printer2. You have shared both printers using their default names and granted the Everyone group permission to print to them.
Enable printer pooling for Printer1 and configure it to print to both local printer ports in use by your print devices.
You have connected a print device to the Srv2 server and created a printer for it. You have share the printer as Printer1 and published it to Active Directory.
Create a second printer for your print device and name it Printer2. Keep the default configuration for Printer1, except configure Printer1’s availability to 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 a.m. For Printer2, remove permissions for the Everyone group and grant the Print permission to the Help Desk Reports group.
You have connected a print device to Srv4 and created a printer for it. You have shared the printer as Printer1 and published it to Active Directory.
Remove the Everyone group from the printer’s access control list.
You have connected a print device to the Srv9 server and created a printer for it. You have shared the printer as Printer1 and published it to Active Directory.
Assign Chad the Allow manage documents permission to the printer.
You have a Windows Server 2008 R2 server named Print1 that is the print server for 5 shared printers. you have configured a printer object for each printer, and shared each printer.
Right-click each printer and choose List in Directory.
Members of the accounting group use a set of special printers in a locked room for printing all print jobs. Accounting computers use Windows 7.
Deploy the printers in the AcctGroup policy, adding the printers to the User Configuration section.
You have three shared printers that are used by the Sales team. To simplify administration, you use a Group Policy object to deploy these printers to all sales team members.
Edit the GPO and remove the specific deployed printer.
You have a Windows Server 2012 R2 server named Print1 that is the print server for 5 shared pointers. You have configured a printer object for each printer, and shared each printer.
On the server, update the printer object with the new driver.
You manage a Windows Server 2012 R2 server for a small company. This server is used as a file and print server. One of the shared printers hosted by the server is heavily used.
Advanced
You manage a Windows Server 2012 R2 server for a small company. This server is used as a file and print server. Several users have complained that when they try to connect to a shared printer, they receive an error message indicating that a driver isn’t available for their operating system.
Sharing
You need to manage a Windows Server 2012 R2 system named ResServ using Server manager on a different Windows Server 2012 R2 system named CorpServer.
Open powershell on corpserver and enter Ser-Item wsman:localhostClientTrustedHosts ResServ -Concatenate -Force.
You need to manage a Windows Server 2012 R2 system named ResServ using Server manager on a different Windows Server 2012 R2 system named CorpServer. Both ResrServ and CorpServer reside on the same subnet.
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