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the server. In both editions, the technologies are optimized to work as a package for the small business user. Option D would represent the optimum networking environment whilst keeping cost at a minimum. Incorrect answers: A: This is not appropriate for a company as it will not foster a networking environment. B: A peer-to-peer networking structure is cost effective, but it will not be stable enough for a company and neither will it be appropriate for work purposes. C: Not upgrading the client computer systems will result in non-communication between them and the rest of the network due to unstable network infrastructure. Reference: Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 2, p. 15 & Chapter 3, p. 39 Question:15 You are the network administrator for Company. Company has a server that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. Coho Winery has a member server that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Coho Winery has 15 off-sites employees. All employee computers run Microsoft Windows XP Professional. You configure Terminal Services on the member server. You need to set up a method for the off-sites users to connect to the domain. The initial connection should occur as quickly as possible. What should you do? A. Configure a PPTP connection to the Windows Small Business Server 2003 computer and configure a Remote Desktop connection to the member server. B. Configure a PPTP connection to the member server and configure a Remote Desktop connection to the member server. C. Have users connect to the Remote Web Workplace. Have users connect directly to the terminal server. D. Configure a PPTP connection to the Windows Small Business Server 2003 computer. Configure a Remote Desktop connection to the Windows Small Business Server 2003 computer and connect from the Windows Small Business Server 2003 computer to the member server with a Remote Desktop connection. Answer: C Explanation: Terminal Services is the underlying technology that enables Remote Desktop for Administration, Remote Assistance, and Terminal Server. A benefit of Terminal Services is that users can runprograms that they might otherwise be unable to use. Effortless Remote Access is provided through Remote Web Workplace. Reference: Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, Chapter 1, p. 5 Question:16 You are the network administrator for Company. You install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 on a network computer. The network contains a server, 30 client computers, and 10 mobile computers. You add all of the users and all of the computers to the domain. One of the users leaves the company and is replaces by a temporary user. You need to give the temporary user the same access to the network resources that the original company user had. You want to expend the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do? A. Rename the original user account to the temporary user and reset the password. B. Create a new user account. Copy the original user profile to the new account. C. Create a new account for the new user. Manually grant the new user account access to all of the resources to which the original user had access. Delete the original user account. D. Create a new account for the new user. Manually grant the new user account access to all of the resources to which the original user had access. Disable the original user account. Answer: A Explanation: All the users and computers reside in one domain and since the temporary user has to have the same access to network resources as the original user had, the least amount of administrative effort that has to be expended would be to use the same user account, obviously with a different password, hence the rename of the account and resetting of the password. Incorrect answers: B: Creating a new user account and then copying the original user profile to the new account, amounts to unnecessary administrative work. C, D: These options suggest even more administrative effort. Reference: Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford, Jason Gerend, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press, Redmond, 2004, chapter 12, pp. 264-265 Question:17 You are the network administrator for Company. Company has a server that runs Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. The company relies on Small Business Server Faxing to send and receive company faxes. Employees For Latest 70-282 Exam Questions and study guides- visit- http://www.aonetesting.com/70-282.html

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