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Define LDAP.
Protocol used to access information stored in a directory.
Define object.
A thing or person associated with a network.
Give examples of an object.
Users, printers, groups, computers, data files, and applications.
What is the function of a redirector?
A service that runs on the client workstation. It determines whether the request should be handles by the client or the server.
What are the 3 tiers in a 3 tier architecture?
Client, middleware, server.
Define middleware.
Software that site between the client and server in 3 tier architecture. Can be used a messaging service between clients and servers, as a universal query language for databases, or as a means of of coordinating processes between multiple servers that need to work together in servicing clients.
You have created a printer object for a new printer in Windows 2008 Server Active Directory. Before users can print to this printer, What else must you create in Active Directory?
A print share.
What are the minimum requirements for RAM, processor, and Hard Drive size, to install Windows 2008 Server?
1 GHZ processor, 512 MB RAM, and 8 GB Hard Drive.
What is the purpose of a container or organizational unit (OU) in an LDAP compatible NOS directory?
To organize similar objects for easier management.
When a server's RAM is fully utilized, where can the NOS store the unused information blocks?
In a page file on the server's hard drive.
Define virtual memory.
Memory that is logically carved out of space on the hard drive an added to the physical memory (RAM).
Define trust relationship.
The relationship between 2 domains in a Windows 2003 or 2008 Server network that a domain controller from one domain to authenticate users from another domain.
Define 2 way transitive trust.
The secuity relationshipbetween domains in the same domain tree in which one domain grants every other domain in the tree access to its' resources and, in turn, that domain can access the other domains' resources. When a new domain is added to a tree, it immediately shares a 2 way trust with other domains in the tree.
Define tree.
A logical representation of multiple, hierarchical levels in a directory. It is called a tree because the whole structure shares a common starting point (root), and from that point extends branches (or containers), which may extend additional branches, and so on.
What type of information do domain controllers hold?
Th directory containing information about objects in a domain. In other words, a Windows 2003 or 2008 server that contains a replica of the Active Directory database.
Define virtual memory.
Memory that is logically carved out of space on the hard drive an added to the physical memory (RAM).
Define trust relationship.
The relationship between 2 domains in a Windows 2003 or 2008 Server network that a domain controller from one domain to authenticate users from another domain.
Define 2 way transitive trust.
The secuity relationshipbetween domains in the same domain tree in which one domain grants every other domain in the tree access to its' resources and, in turn, that domain can access the other domains' resources. When a new domain is added to a tree, it immediately shares a 2 way trust with other domains in the tree.
Define tree.
A logical representation of multiple, hierarchical levels in a directory. It is called a tree because the whole structure shares a common starting point (root), and from that point extends branches (or containers), which may extend additional branches, and so on.
What type of information do domain controllers hold?
Th directory containing information about objects in a domain. In other words, a Windows 2003 or 2008 server that contains a replica of the Active Directory database.
Suppose you want to determine which users are currently logged on to your Ubuntu Linux server. Which of the following commands would allow you to do this?
who
Which file system is native to Linux?
ext3
Which command would you use to remove a directory on a UNIX server?
rmdir
On a Linux or UNIX system, which of the following are stored in a file’s inode?
Access rights and d. The time and date that the file was last printed.
Define preemptive multitasking.
The type of multitasking in which task are actually performed one at a time, in very brief succession. One program uses the processor for a certain period or time, then is suspended to allow another program to use the processor.
Define multiprocessing.
the technique of splitting tasks among multiple processors to expedite the completion of any single instruction.
Define multitasking.
The ability of a processor to perform multiple activities in a brief period of time (often seeming simultaneous to the user).
Define asymmetric processing.
A multiprocessing method that assigns each task to a specific processor.