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|All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows 98. You plan to deploy the SMS client software to all
desktop computers on the network. You want to install the SMS client software based on the
logon credentials. You need to create a logon script that will automatically install the SMS client
on all desktop computers. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer
presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Configure the logon script to run Capinst.exe.
B. Configure the logon script to run CCMSetup.exe.
C. Configure the logon script to run Client.msi.
D. Configure the logon script to run Smsman.exe.
|Your SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. Your SMS site consists of a single site server configured as a management point, a
client access point, a server locator point, and a distribution point. Employees use Pocket PC
devices. They only access the company network over a wireless connection. You want to use
SMS to manage the Pocket PC devices. You install and configure the Device Management
Feature Pack on the SMS site server. You now need to deploy the client software to the mobile
devices. What should you do?
A. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the computers running Microsoft
B. Create an advertisement to install the Device Client on the mobile devices.
C. Use Client Push Installation to install the Device Client.
D. Use a Web site to make the Device Client installation available.
|All servers run Microsoft Windows Server
2003. All desktop computers run Windows XP Professional. The company has a single SMS 2.0
SP3 site. You plan to upgrade the SMS 2.0 site to SMS 2003 SP1.
You need to test specific upgrade tasks before implementing SMS 2003 SP1 in the production
environment. Which task should you avoid performing in a production environment?
A. installingInternet Information Services
B. upgrading to SMS 2.0 SP4
C. running the Deployment Readiness Wizard
D. runningSetup.exe /testdbupgrade SMS_<site_code>
|The SMS hierarchy consists of a single
primary site. You use SMS to deploy a program that examines the latest version of the antivirus
software that is used by the computers on the network. Two advertisements use this program.
One advertisement runs daily on servers and portable computers. Another advertisement runs
weekly on desktop computers. You discover a security flaw in the program that collects the
antivirus software information. You need to prevent computers from running the program until you
fix the security flaw. You need to ensure that all other advertisements function normally. You want
to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Disable the program.
B. Delete the program.
C. Disable the Advertised Programs Client Agent.
D. Delete each advertisement.
|The company has a single SMS site. All site
roles are enabled. The Hardware Inventory Client Agent and the Software Inventory Client Agent
are disabled. The SMS Advanced Client is installed on all computers in the network. You want to
create a list of the computers on the network. The list must include the computer name, IP
address, last logged on user, and MAC address for each computer. You want all users on your
team to have access to this list. You are the only user on your team who has access to the SMS
Administrator console. You need to configure SMS to automatically create the list. Which two
actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Create a report to display the required data.
B. Create a query to display the required data.
C. Configure permissions on the created report to allow users to view it.
D. Configure permissions on the created query to allow users to view it.
|You use SMS 2003 SP1 and the Security
Update Inventory Tool for patch management. The Security Update Inventory Tool is installed
and configured with the default settings. The package created by the tool is named Security. you
force the security sync advertisement to run and download new information on updates. you force
the security advertisement to run on a test server named 1 to collect software update data. three
hours later you discover that there is no new data. you need to ensure that the current software
update data is sent from 1 to the sms server as soon as possible. What should you do?
A. Change the Security advertisement to run the Security program.
B. Change the Security program to run Scanwrapper.exe /cache /kick.
C. force 1 to run a hardware inventory cycle.
D. force 1 to run a software inventory cycle.
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