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What is the Mail Flow Troubleshooter tool? Helps troubleshoot problems related to mail flow and transport configuration
What four types of data are stored in Active directory? Schema, Configuration, Domain, Application
What does the Domain partition in Active Directory store? User and Groups
What two types of connectors did we talk about in class? Receive and Send
Why would you use Edge Transport servers? It is used to handle all Internet-facing mail flow to reduce the likelihood of an outside attack on your Exchange infrastructure. To Protect your network.
What is the Database Troubleshooter tool? Helps troubleshoot problems related to mounting data stores as well as other problems related to Exchange databases and transaction logs that prevent recovery Problems related to mounting data stores.
What is the Performance Troubleshooter tool? Identifies bottlenecks and provides suggested solutions
How many databases can be setup in the enterprise edition of Exchange Server 2010? 100, standard is 5
How do you change from standard edition to enterprise edition? Using a valid licence key, cannot go back from enterprise to standard. Change the license key.
What is the Public Folder Management Console? Manage public folders with graphical interface
What is the Routing Log Viewer tool? Troubleshoot routing problems on transport servers. Can view topology.
What is the Message Tracking tool? Tracks messages as they are routed through Exchange Organization.
What Windows tool on the task bar was used to install IIS? Server Manager
What is the Queue Viewer tool? Used to track messages and mail flow.
Which of the following is not a special purpose mailbox in Exchange 2010? Room, Equipment, Linked, Forward, Archive are the special purpose mailbox. Building is NOT.
Databases are associated to storage groups in Exchange Server 2010. False
What is a Linked Mailbox? Mailbox for a user from a separate, trusted forest
What is the difference between a standard CAL and an enterprise CAL? Enterprise CAL = unified messaging, advanced compliance capabilities, and antivirus/antispam protection. must have both a Standard CAL and an Enterprise CAL to make full use of all Exchange Server features.
What is an on‐premise implementation of Exchange 2010? One you install at your organization.
What is connection filtering? IP Block lists and IP Allow lists as well as providers who can supply these lists.
How do you produce high availability in Exchange 2010? Install multiple servers running Exchange, with same roles, high availability enabled automatically.
What is Sender ID verification? Verifies address is in your allow list.
What is Forefront? A firewall for Exchange.
What connectors are created by default in Exchange? A default Receive connector for SMTP, and a client Receive connector for POP3 and IMAP.
What is content filtering? Spam
What is an Archive Mailbox? Used to store a users old messages.
What does listen on All IP address’s do in server properties? Overrides listening on only selected IP Address’s and allows listening on all IP address’s.
***What forwarders did we setup in lab 5?*** ***10.254.21.21 10.254.21.22 8.8.8.8***
What is the Details Templates Editor tool? Customizes client‐side GUI
How do you disable IPV6 in the registry? Modify ‘DisabledComponents
When is failover automatic for mailbox databases? Databases that are part of the same database availability group.
What are the rules for database availability groups? Each mailbox server can have up to 50 databases, and each database can have as many as 16 copies. A single Database Availability Group can have up to 16 mailbox servers that provide automatic database-level recovery.
Is the schema modified when you install Exchange for the first time? Yup
What are CAL’s? Client Access License
What is the Performance Monitor tool? Allows administrators to graph system performance. Also allows administrators to create performance logs and alerts.
What is the Best Practices Analyzer tool? Checks the configuration and health of your Exchange organization to ensure that it complies with current best practices recommended by Microsoft
What is the Database Recovery Management tool? Assists administrators in restoring server availability, Also provides step-by-step recovery procedures.
What is 127.0.0.1? Loopback Address
What was your netbios domain name in the lab? dm???
What did we set your DNS suffix to? dm???.cst8242.com
What was the Exchange Organization name set to in the lab? DMxxx ABCD0123 Organization
***VMnet0 is the Realtek or Atheros card in lab 5?*** ***Realtek***
What did we enter for the “Client Access server role will be internet‐facing”? mail.dmXXX.cst8242.com
What warning did we not fix? Setup/PrepareAD
What is Exchange 2010 a comprehensive solution for? comprehensive solution for routing, delivering, and accessing e-mails, voice mails, faxes, contacts, and calendar information.
What is a Forwarding Mailbox? A forwarding mailbox is a mailbox that can receive mail and forward it off-site
What does “Add‐WindowsFeature” do? Allows you to install specified roles, role services, and features when running Server 2008.
What does “Set‐Service” do? Allows you to change the descriptions, startup types and display names of services.
Under what heading in Exchange Management Console do you create an SMTP send connector? Organization Configuration / Hub Transport / Send Connectors tab
Under what heading in Exchange Management Console do you create a received connector? Server Configuration / Hub Transport / Receive Connectors tab
Under what heading in Exchange Management Console do you create a user mailbox? Recipient Configuration / Mailbox
What is STARTTLS? A way to upgrade to plain text connection to an encrypted connection.
What is Kerberos? Network authentication protocol
What is NTLM? NT LAN Manager – suite of Microsoft security protocols that provides authentication, integrity and confidentiality to users.
Under what default policy in Group Policy Management do you configure Allow log on locally? Default Domain Controllers policy
What is the partial path to Allow log on locally in Group Policy Management? Computer Configuration / Windows Settings / Security Settings / Local Policies / User Rights Assignment
How do you install the Telnet Client in Windows 2008 Server? Server Manager / Features
What is the difference between POP3 and IMAP4? POP3 creates copies of emails locally and removes them from the server, whereas IMAP keeps emails on a remote email server until they’re removed by a user.
What port does IMAP4 use? 143
What port does POP3 use? 110
Under what location can you move a database in Exchange Management Console? Organization Configuration / Mailbox
Under what location can you mount / dismount a database in Exchange Management Console? Organization Configuration / Mailbox
Where do you adjust storage quotas for a specific user in Exchange Management Console? Server Configuration / Mailbox
What is ‘issue warning at’ in Exchange Management Console? When the storage quota reaches a certain point, a warning will be issued to the user.
What is ‘prohibit send at’ in Exchange Management Console? When the storage quota reaches a certain point, the user won’t be able to send mail.
What is ‘prohibit send and receive at’ in Exchange Management Console? When the storage quota reaches a certain point, the user won’t be able to send or receive mail.
A user went into their mailbox and deleted a message from a month ago. The same day they asked their Administrator to recover the message. Would an Administrator be able to recover the email? Yes
A user went into their mailbox and deleted a message from a month ago. They then emptied the deleted items folder. The same day they asked their Administrator to recover the message. Would an Administrator be able to recover the e‐mail? Yup
If a user is accidently deleted in ADUC and then instantly recreated in ADUC, would they have access to their original e‐mail? Could the administrator fix this problem if this was the case? No access to e-mail but the admin can fix it.
Under what control panel applet do you change the computer name? System
***What process did we delete that used excessive processor power in the host operating system?*** ***vprintproxy***
What type of records did we create in the reverse lookup zone of DNS? SOA, NS, PTR
What type of records beside A records did we create in the forward lookup zone? SOA, NS, MX
What is the address 8.8.8.8? Google’s DNS address.
What was your computer name and domain name in the project for your lower IP address server? ServerXXX.prXXX.cst8242.com
What was li’s e‐mail address in the project? liABCD0123@prXXX.cst8242.co
What container (OU) was Li created in? ContABCD0123
How do you prevent a group policy from being applied to one specific user in a container? Put him or her in group and select do not apply group policy.
What is the difference between published and assigned applications? Published available next login. User can install/uninstall in Add/Remove Programs. Assigned are assigned to users or computers. When assigned available on desktop or Start menu, running application commences installation. Only admins able uninstall.
What type of path starts with \\servername\sharename? Network path.
What group policy management tab do you go to when you want a newer version of a package to replace an older existing package of the same software? Upgrades tab
When you delete the last link to an OU, does a GPO disappear in Server 2008? No
***VMnet0 was set to what NIC in our project?*** ***Realtek (blue network)***
What three roles did we install when configuring exchange 2010? Hub Transport, Client Access, Mailbox
What does it mean by non‐authoritative answer in DNS? Not coming from the DNS server that has the actual zones created on it.
What does cost do when configuring an SMTP send connector? The lower the cost the send connectors will be used over the higher cost.
What two mailbox features did we not enable for a user? Unified Messaging, and Archive.
What is the URL to open OWA in Internet explorer? https://serverXXX.dmXXX .cst8242.com/owa
What is the Exchange Console command to change port from 25 to 2525 for a send connector? Set-SendConector –identity ‘[SEND CONNECTOR NAME]’ –Port:2525
What is the Exchange Console command to create a new exchange database? new-mailboxdatabase –Server ‘[SERVERNAME]’ –Name ‘[DATABASE NAME]’ –EdbFilePath ‘[DATABASE PATH] –LogFolderPath ‘[LOG PATH]’
What is the Exchange Console command to create a new mailbox for a user? New-MailUser –Name ‘[NAME]’ –Alias ‘[ALIAS]’ –OrganizationalUnit ‘[dmXXX.cst8242.com/ExchUsers]’ –UserPrincipalName ‘[alias@dmXXX.cst8242.com]’ –SamAccountName ‘[ALIAS]’ –FirstName ‘[FIRST NAME]’ –LastName ‘[LAST NAME]’
What would you type to see if Exchange connector works for port 25? telnet (ip address) 25
What might cause all Exchange services to be disabled? Update have stopped during installation. Failed RollUp installation
Hub transport does not run in a timely manner. What may cause this during installation? IPV6 isn’t completely disabled.
Mail sits in the drafts folder of OWA after sending. What may cause this? Insufficient disk space. Mail gets shutdown when less than 5GB of disk space remains.
What causes mail not to be able to be received from an outside domain, when you have done a fresh install of Exchange? Anonymous Users hasn’t been checked in Receive Connectors / Permissions Group.
***Where is the hosts file located in Windows Server 2008?*** ***C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts***
***What would you type to add your two project servers to your hosts file so that you could resolve the FQDN of your servers?*** ***IP address and then the names asscociated to it. Like linux.***
***How would you flush your DNS resolver cache in Server 2008?*** ***ipconfig /flushdns***
***What program do we use to test DNS? Starts with a N.*** ***Nslookup***
***What would you type to determine the IP Address of your two servers using the previous program?*** ***nslookup server***.dm***.cst8242.com***
***What is IIS?*** ***Iraqi Intelligence Service, or Internet Information Service, both are true.***
***What port does DNS use?*** ***53***
***HTTP uses port 80, what port does HTTPS use?*** ***443***
***What could cause hub transport to hang during installation?*** ***IPV6 isn’t completely disabled.***
***Why are we removing the gateway on the red network?*** ***Red network has no gateway***
***What do we check off on Receive Connectors under the permissions group tab?*** ***anonymous enable***
***What type of send connector do we create, it is not a custom send connector?*** ***SMTP***
***Are IMAP4 and POP3 services enabled by default?*** ***yes***
***What type of connector is not created automatically for us? Send or Receive*** ***send***
***When creating a mail enabled user, what determines the email address?*** ***alias***
***What would be the syntax of checking your mail server using telnet? Use the FQDN of your server.*** ***telnet (FQDN servername) 25***
***What is a smart host?*** ***Dedicated server through which exchange server routes all outgoing messages.***
What does the following command do? ***set‐contentFilterConfig ‐QuarantineMailbox quarantine@dm010.cst8242.com*** ***Specify a spam quarantine mailbox***
What does the following command do? ***get‐mailbox | set‐mailbox ‐SCLQuarantineEnabled $true ‐SCLQuarantineThreshold 5*** ***Turns on ability to quarantine and sets the threshold to 5. If lower than threshold mail is not quarantined.***
***What does the following command do? set‐contentFilterConfig ‐SCLDeleteEnabled $True ‐SCLDeleteThreshhold 7 ‐SCLRejectEnabled $true SCLRejectThreshold 8 ‐SCLQuarantineEnabled $true ‐SCLQuarantineThreshold 6*** ***When equal or higher than delete = delete, when equal or higher than quarantine = quarantined, equal or higher than reject = delete and send rejection email back.***
***What does the following command do? Add‐IPBlockListProvider ‐name zen.spamhaus.org ‐lookupDomain zen.spamhaus.org ‐ AnyMatch $true*** ***Create an IP Block List provider that's used by the Connection Filter agent.***
***What do the following commands do? set‐senderIDConfig ‐Enabled $true set‐senderIDConfig ‐SpoofedDomainAction Delete Set‐SenderIDConfig ‐BypassedRecipients daceyd@x.com, john@y.com Set‐SenderIDConfig ‐BypassedSenderDomains dm010.cst8242.com*** ***Configures the Sender ID agent to bypass the Sender ID check for messages that are received from the specified addresses***
***What is the purpose of an SPF record and where do you create it?*** ***Help prevent email spoofing. Specify all IP addresses you would send mail from in one simple TXT record, and tell receiving server to only allow the outbound servers you listed. DNS.***
***What does SPF stand for? Check out this site when you get a chance: ***Sender Policy Framework***
***What is the complete command to create a user in Exchange Management Shell?*** ***New-MailUser -Name Marc -FirstName Marc -LastName Boyer -ExternalEmailAddress marc.boyer@adventureworks.com -UserPrincipalName marc@contoso.com -OrganizationalUnit contoso.com***
***What is the complete command to create a database in Exchange Management Shell?*** ***New-MailboxDatabase -Name "MailboxDatabase01" -EdbFilePath D:\DatabaseFiles\MailboxDatabase01.edb***
***What is the complete command to move a database in Exchange Management Shell?*** ***Move-DatabasePath -Identity 'MB-HO-03' -EdbFilePath 'E:\Data\MB-HO-03\MB-HO-03.edb' -LogFolderPath 'D:\Data\MB-HO-03'***
What does “Import‐Module ServerManager” do? Import server manager command line interface into powershell
What was one of the forwarder setup in the project? A) 172.16.89.100 B) 172.16.90.100 C) 172.16.89.3 D) 172.16.255.114
Exchange requires a large amount of RAM memory to run efficiently True
You should always have a minimum of two Exchange servers running in an organization. False
Does the Calendar function of Exchange require an Enterprise license? No
Does the Archive function of Exchange require an Enterprise license? Yes
What causes mail not to be able to be received from an outside domain, when you have done a fresh install of Exchange? A) You did not install SMTP under roles B) Anonymous users not checked off under permission groups C) You did not install SMTP under features D) Too many process are running on the server Don't Know Yet
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