Test Prep Series: 70-640 Windows Server 2008 AD Configuring

[singlepic id=904 w=320 h=240 float=right]The information contained in this test prep post will help IT Professionals looking to get Microsoft Certified in 70-640, which is one of the required exams to become a MCITP:Enterprise Administrator.

The information below can help those wanting to better understand Microsoft Active Directory for the real world as well as people looking to gain Microsoft Certifications such as the MCTS as well as MCITP.

Practice Question: 70-640 #001

You are the network administrator for a Windows Server 2008 R2 environment running Active Directory. Recently your company has hired developers to modify the Schema in order to create an add a new custom application object. After logging on as the “Builtin-in Domain Administrator” account, you open up the MMC(Microsoft Management Console) and discover the “Active Directory Schema” Snap-in is missing.

You need to get access to the “Active Directory Schema” snap-in in order to make the changes that will be required by the newly hired developers. What is the best process to take in order to meet these requirements?

A) Log on as an Enterprise Administrator and open the “Active Directory Schema” Snap-in.

B) Log on to the DC(Domain Controller) running as the “Schema Operation Master Role” and open the MMC(Microsoft Management Console) from there.

C) On a DC(Domain Controller) go to command prompt and type the command “regsvr32 schmmgmt.dll” and then open the “Active Directory Schema” Snap-in using the MMC(Microsoft Management Console).

D) From the command prompt of a server, run the command “adprep /forestprep“, then open the “Active Directory Schema” Snap-in.

Answer: C

Look for the next post to contain a complete explanation of this question!

Question Written By:

Chris Pope – MCTMCITP:Enterprise, Admin, MCSE:SecurityMCTS:ExchangeMCSA:Messenger,A+,Network+,Security+

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