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Incorrect answers: B: The telephone company in use at the different sites for dial-up lines is irrelevant at this consideration. A: The LOB applications in use are not a factor in this scenario. D: The number of remote project sites that the company opens or closes each year will in any event be part of the company operations and is irrelevant in the considerations regarding a solution for improved network efficiency and easier administration. Also the number of projects will vary from year to year. Question:9 You are the consultant of an IT consulting firm. You are responsible for the network of Company. The network consists of six client computers that rum Microsoft Windows 98 and Microsoft Office 2000 with Microsoft Outlook. Company wants to give costumers the ability to send questions to salespersons by means of e-mail messages. Salespersons use the Internet to search for products for buyers. Company wants to allow e-mail accounts for each of its salespersons. The salespersons need to keep track of contacts and scheduling. Company currently has one Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL) connection with IP addresses assigned to each computer. You need to allow Company the function it needs with the least amount of expense. What should you do? A. Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition with Microsoft ISA Server. B. Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Premium Edition with Microsoft SQL Server. C. Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Standard Edition. D. Install Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. Configure the POP3 Service. Answer: C Explanation: Windows Small Business Server 2003, Standard Edition, includes Microsoft Window Server 2003, Standard Edition ; Microsoft Windows Share Point Services; Microsoft Exchange Server 2003; and Microsoft Shared Fax Service . These products give you a fully developed business solution that includes all the essentials: e-mail, Internet connectivity, a preconfigured internal Web site, a shared fax service, services for remote users and mobile users, and wizards to make configuration easy. Incorrect answers: A: The Standard Edition will be able to see to the company's needs. B: The Standard Edition will be sufficient for the company. D: You need to install Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Standard Edition and not Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. The latter is included in the Small Business Server 2003 package. Also it will suffice for the needs of the company. Reference: Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, p. 3 Question:10 You are the network administrator for a regional automobile club. The club accepts new memberships and also takes orders for merchandising. The club currently is running an online Web site at a third-party hosting company. The clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s network consists of five Microsoft Windows XP Professional client computers. The network has a single server that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2000. The server hosts shared files and a single printer device. The users share the Internet through a router that is connected to a high-speed Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL) connection. You need to move the organizations Web site from a third-party hosting service onto own server. What should you do? (Choose all that apply.) A. Install DHCP Server service on the Windows 2000 Server computer. Configure the DHCP scope options with appropriate Name Server. B. Install DNS Server service on the Windows 2000 Server computer. Configure DNS Forward Lookup Zones. C. Copy Web files into directory on the server. Configure IIS to the new Web site directory. D. Configure the external DNS server to point Host (A) records to the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s IP address. E. Forward port 80 on the router to point to the server. Answer: C, D, E Explanation: TCP port 80 is used for HTTP traffic. Windows 2000 includes Internet Information Server (IIS) 5. When it is installed, two service accounts are created: 1 IUSR_<SERVERNAME> used for directory access by the IIS service when anonymous connections are made to the server. 2 IWAM_<SERVERNAME> used when the server has to start out-of-process applications . Directories can be published for HTTP access either through the Web Sharing tab of the folder's Properties dialog box or through Internet Services Manager.

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