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Samples of questions:
Here we have a few sample questions and answers. After each question there is a pause to allow you to answer the question, then the answer is given.

NT Server 4.0

What is the difference between a disk mirror and a disk duplexing scheme?
Answer: A disk mirror requires 2 separate hard disks on one controller; duplexing requires 2 separate physical disks on 2 separate controllers. Both are fault-tolerant schemes.

How many physical disks are required for a fault-tolerant disk stripe with parity? Answer: You need at least 3 physical disks for a fault-tolerant disk stripe with parity, where one full disk will be used for parity information.

If you wanted to create a group on your NT Server PDC which represented all users in your Accounting department, what type of group would you create?
Answer: you create a “global” group for all users in your Accounting department.

If you want to give John rights to a printer in the Sales domain but John is in the Finance domain, how would you as an administrator accomplish this?
Answer: You would create a global group, make John a member of this global group, then add this global group to a local group for the printer in the Sales domain. You usually have one domain trust another domain to use its resources.

What happens if both domains need to use resources in each other’s domains? Answer: This situation calls for a 2-way trust. Normally, you have only a 1-way trust where the trusting domain or resource domain will trust a user domain. Now both domains can use each other, this is a 2-way trust.

Novell CNA 4.11
You are using Client 32 for Windows 95 as your Novell Client. What is the component that provides the interface between this client and the 32 bit services of the operating system.
Answer: The component is called the Netware I/O subsystem or NIOS

What international standard does NDS follow?
Answer: It follows the x.500 International Directory Standard.

Does NDS look after network resources or the file system itself?
Answer: It looks after network resourses created as objects in NDS.

NDS is made up of three primary objects, what are they?
Answer: The three objects are [ROOT], Container Objects and Leaf objects.

What different kinds of context exist within the NDS hierarchy?
Answer: You have either "Current Context" which shows where you are in the tree right now, or you hve "Object Context" which shows where a specific object resides in your tree.

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