Q1. The server room at Broken Hill looks like scene from a Doctor�s consulting room; Brenda has projected a PowerPoint slide of DNS property page.
The network team are in a particularly restless mood. Before poor Brenda has a chance to speak about the facilities management contract at cp.com, the assembled riff-raff shout out these fragments from their disturbed minds.
When they all calmed down knowledgeable, sensible Brenda reasserted herself by saying which of the following?
A. Bobby you are correct, cp.com does have one last NT 4.0 DNS server functioning in the cp.com domain.
B. Bella, you are right when you say that cp.com was not running when this slide shot was taking.
C. Borris, you right when you say that Dynamic updates could be tightened up now that cp.com only have XP clients.
D. Billy you are right when you say that the slide demonstrates that the Root Hints have been changed.
E. Barbara you right when you say that the slide indicates that WINS is not being used.
Borris is correct, at the moment Dynamic updates are set to Secure and insecure, this could be tightened up to Secure only.
Billy is wrong, because it�s Active Directory integrated there cannot be NT 4.0 servers.
Unlike the serer, Bella is �out of order�, the slide clearly shows, Status Running. Billy and Barbara must have x-ray eyes if they can deduce anything about the configuration of the Root Hints or the WINS tab.