messages via Active Directory-enabled email applications such as Microsoft Exchange?
a. Distribution group
b. Exchange group
c. Permissions group
d. Security group
Security groups serve a dual purpose in Active Directory, allowing administrators to use them to secure resources and use them as email distribution lists. Distribution groups, by contrast, can be used only for the purposes of receiving email messages.
8. Which group scope can contain users and groups from any domain within an Active Directory forest, but can be used only to secure resources located within the same domain as the group itself?
a. Domain group
b. Global group
c. Domain local group
d. Universal group
Following the practice of AGUDLP, the domain local group is the group scope within Active Directory that contains global or universal groups from all domains; it is actually used to secure the resource in question.
9. Which account type is configured on an Active Directory domain controller and can be used to grant access to resources on any domain-joined computer?
a. Domain local account
b. Global account
c. Domain account
d. Local account
Active Directory domain accounts are created and managed on domain controllers or from workstations that have the necessary administrative tools installed. Domain accounts can be used to gain access to resources domain-wide without maintaining multiple local accounts on individual computers.
10. What can be used to run script files using VBScript or JScript from the Windows desktop or from a command prompt?
a. Visual Basic
b. Windows Scripting Host (WSH)
c. Visual Basic Express
d. Windows Scripting Engine
The Windows Scripting Host (WSH) uses the wscript.exe runtime program to run scripts using the Windows desktop graphical user interface and script.exe to use a command-line interface.
Scenario 5-1: Administering Groups for Humongous Insurance
You are a network administrator for Humongous Insurance. Humongous...