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3D052 CDC's V2 Pt. 2

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These are commonly known as client/server networks, where the network is controlled from a single or centralized point. Domains
This is a powerful tool that allows multiple sites, domains, and even the Internet to fully integrate together. Active Directory (AD)
This lists the definitions of all object types that can be created in the AD and the information that can be stored about those objects. Schema
This is an Internet directory service providing computer and domain names (www.keesler.af.mil) translation into IP addresses (172.16.10.101) while controlling email delivery. DNS
This DNS component is built into TCP/IP applications, such as HTTP web browsers (Internet Explorer), mail clients (Outlook), and many others that require name-to-IP address resolution to enable communication on the network and Internet. Resolvers
This component of DNS contains databases of associated names, IP addresses, and provide information to the resolvers on request. Name Servers
This component of DNS is known as the records within the DNS database file that match up host names and IP addresses for nodes on a network. Resource records
There are billions of resource records that make up the DNS and these are contained within millions of files called _____. Zones
The most common task a DNS server performs is resolving a hostname to an IP address. This is called a _______. Forward lookup
In addition to resolving hostnames to IP addresses, DNS can also resolve IP addresses to hostnames. This is called ______. Reverse lookup
This is the master copy of the zone database file. Primary zone database
This is a copy of the primary zone database. It is stored as a read-only text file on a secondary DNS server and can only be updated by the primary DNS server through a process known as a zone transfer. Secondary zone database
This, also known as a lookup, is the technical term referring to a name-to-IP address (forward lookup) or IP address-to-name resolution (reverse lookup) request. A DNS query
These queries are called _______ because a response is expected even if the name server contacted doesn’t know the answer. Recursive
This enables a user account or group to perform predefined tasks. Rights
These groups are used to define collections of users and other objects for non-security purposes. Distribution groups
These groups are used by Windows Server 2003 to manage user rights assignments and access permissions. Security groups
These groups are most often used to assign permissions to resources. Domain local groups
These groups are most often used to organize users who share similar network access requirements. Global groups
These groups are most often used to assign permissions to related resources in multiple domains. Universal groups
This is when you add a group as a member of another group. Group Nesting
This special group is defined as users and services that access a computer and its resources through the network without using an account name, password, or domain name. Anonymous logon
This special group is defined as all current network users, including guests and users from other domains. Whenever a user logs on to the network, the user is automatically added to the Everyone group. Everyone
This special group is defined as users currently accessing a given resource over the network. A user is automatically added to the Network group whenever a user accesses a given resource over the network. Network
This special group is defined as users currently logged on to a particular computer and accessing a given resource located on that computer. Interactive
This messaging protocol is used to send and retrieve messages for users who connect through a browser. Hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP)
This messaging protocol is used to send messages across the Internet or between mail servers. Simple Mail transport protocol (SMTP)
This messaging protocol is used to download messages from a mail server across the Internet. Post office protocol version 3 (POP3)
This messaging protocol is used to access messages stored on a mail server on the Internet. Internet message access protocol version 4 (IMAP4)
This messaging protocol is used to implement newsgroups on the Internet. Network news transfer protocol (NNTP)
In microsoft exchange, this provides access to the messaging system. User Agent
These data structures are concerned with how data resides in a database Physical data structures
This list is a group of ordered data items or elements. It uses pointers to connect each element together, thus specifying their order. Link lists
This is a set of data elements (values) organized using a model of horizontal rows and vertical columns. a database table
This is a virtual or logical table composed of the result set of a query. Views
In SQL, this is a method of handling those situations where there is an undefined value. Null
In SQL, this clause specifies which table rows are used. WHERE
What are the two types of SQL transaction statements? COMMIT ROLLBACK
In SQL, this statements makes whatever changes have been worked on up to that point permanent. COMMIT
In SQL this statement terminates the transaction in progress and “rolls back” or undoes, all the changes that were made during the current transaction. ROLLBACK
This is the SQL Server feature that allows multiple users to access the database at the same time. Concurrency
cWtXdYsZ In the example shown above, what does the W following the c represent? the controller
cWtXdYsZ In the example shown above, what does the X following the t represent? the bus target number
cWtXdYsZ In the example shown above, what does the Y following the d represent? the drive number
cWtXdYsZ In the example shown above, what does the Z following the s represent? the partition number
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