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|You move a conference room mailbox named ConfRm 1 from an Exchange Server 2003
computer to an Exchange Server 2007 computer. You need to convert the ConfRm 1 mailbox to
an Exchange 2007 resource mailbox. You need to ensure that the mailbox can be scheduled as a
resource. Which two cmdlets should you run? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. Set-Mailbox-Identity? Conf Rm1 ?-Type Room
B. Set-Mailbox-Identity? Conf Rm1 ?-Type Regular
C. Set- MailboxCalendarSettings -Identity? Conf Rm1 ?- AutomateProcessing AutoAccept
D. Set- MailboxCalendarSettings -Identity? Conf Rm1 ?- AutomateProcessing Auto Update
|You need to find out if users can log on to your Mailbox server directly by using Microsoft Office
Outlook. Which cmdlet should you run on the client network?
A. Test- ServiceHealth
B. Test- SystemHealth
C. Test- MAPIConnectivity
D. Test- OutlookWebServices
|Your native Exchange Server 2007 environment has the following server roles installed:
Three Mailbox servers
One Hub Transport server named ExchHub1
One Edge Transport server named ExchEdge1
The human resources (HR) department uses a Windows SMTP relay with an IP address of
192.168.10.25. E-mail from the HR department to all employees must be sent from this relay.
You need to configure your Exchange environment to accept e-mail messages from the internal
HR SMTP relay.
Which cmdlet should you run?
A. New- ReceiveConnector -Name ?HR e-mail? -Server ExchHub1 - RemoteIPRanges
192.168.10.25 - AuthMechanism BasicAuth -Usage Internal
B. New- ReceiveConnector -Name ?HR e-mail? -Server ExchHub1 - RemoteIPRanges
192.168.10.25 - AuthMechanism BasicAuth -Usage Partner
C. New- ReceiveConnector -Name ?HR e-mail? -Server ExchEdge1 - RemoteIPRanges
192.168.10.25 - AuthMechanism BasicAuth -Usage Partner
D. New- ReceiveConnector -Name ?HR e-mail? -Server ExchEdge1 - RemoteIPRanges
192.168.10.25 - AuthMechanism BasicAuth -Usage External
|Your company purchases a company named Contoso Ltd. Your company plans to accept e-mail
messages that are sent to the contoso.com e-mail namespace on your companys existing e-mail
servers. The Contoso Ltd., e-mail servers will be decommissioned. You need to configure your
companys Exchange 2007 organization to accept all e-mail messages that are sent to
contoso.com. What should you do?
A. Add contoso.com to the accepted domains as an external relay domain.
B. Add contoso.com to the accepted domains as an internal relay domain.
C. Add contoso.com to the accepted domains as an authoritative domain.
D. Add a new e-mail address generation policyforcontoso.com.
|Marc is Marias assistant. Marc needs to be able to view all of the folders and subfolders in Marias
mailbox and to open and respond to Marias e-mail. You need to assign Marc the appropriate
permissions. What should you do?
A. Run the Add-ADPermission -Identity Maria ?User Marc ?AccessRights Self ?ExtendedRights
B. Run the Add-MailboxPermission ?Identity Maria ?User Marc ?AccessRights ExternalAccount
C. Run the Add-MailboxPermission ?Identity Maria ?User Marc ?AccessRights FullAccess
D. In the Active Directory Users and Computers management console, assign Marc the Allow-
Full Control permission for Marias user account.
|n Microsoft Exchange Server 2007,the Hub Transport server role was referred to as the
Bridgehead server role. Deployed inside your Active Directory directory service forest, the Hub
Transport server role handles all mail flow inside the organization, applies transport rules, applies
journaling policies, and delivers messages to a recipient's mailbox. Messages that are sent to the
Internet are relayed by the Hub Transport server to the Edge Transport server role that is
deployed in the perimeter network. Messages that are received from the Internet are processed
by the Edge Transport server before they are relayed to the Hub Transport server. Company has
5 Active Directory sites that are configured as shown in the exhibit. Each site has an Exchange
Server 2007 Mailbox server and Hub Transport server. Currently all outbound e-mail traffic goes
through the New York site.
Mike is required to reconfigure the mail flow so that all outbound e-mail messages that are sent
from users in the Seattle office are sent out of your Exchange organization through ExchHub5 in
the Chicago office.
What should Mike run?
A. Set- AdsiteLink -Id DNVR-CHI - ADCost 10
B. Set- SendConnector -Identity 'Seattle' - AddressSpaces:'smtp :*;1' -
C. New- SendConnector -Name 'Chicago' - AddressSpaces:'smtp :*;1' -
D. Set- AdSitE.Identity Chicago - HubSiteEnabled:$true
|Which of the following approaches to data gathering will produce the most usable performance baseline for a Windows NT network server?
A. Using the Chart View in Performance Monitor, collect computer and network utilization statistics every 15 minutes for two working days.
B. Using the Log View in Performance Monitor, collect processor, memory, logicaldisk, and network counters every 15 minutes for two working days.
C. Using the Chart View in Performance Monitor, collect computer and network utilization statistics every hour for a week.
D. Using the Log View in Performance Monitor, collect processor, memory, logicaldisk, and network counters every hour for a week.
|Alex works as a network technician. He would configure the conference room resource mailboxes
in his company??s Exchange Server 2007 organization to remove attached files from meeting
requests. Which cmdlet does he need to run?
A. Get-Mailbox - RecipientTypeDetails RoomMailbox ; Set-MailboxCalendarSettings -
DeleteNonCalendarItems : $true
B. Get-Mailbox - RecipientTypeDetails RoomMailbox | Set- MailboxCalendarSettings -
C. Get-Mailbox - RecipientTypeDetails RoomMailbox ; Set-MailboxCalendarSettings -
D. Get-Mailbox - RecipientTypeDetails RoomMailbox | Set- MailboxCalendarSettings
|You plan to install the Hub Transport server role on an Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox server
named Exch1. The installation must occur during nonbusiness hours. You verify that Exchange
Server 2007 is installed on Exch1 at C:Program FilesMicrosoftExchange Server. A copy of the
Exchange installation files is located in the C:lnstallFiles custom directory. You create a new file
named install.bat in the root directory of drive C. You need to schedule the installation of the Hub
Transport server role on Exch1. What should you do?
A. In the install.bat file, type the following command: ?C:lnstallFilesSetup? /mode Install /roles
HubTransport Create a scheduled task to run the executable.
B. In the install.bat file, type the following command: ?C:Program FilesMicrosoftExchange
ServerSetup? /mode Install/roles HubTransport Create a scheduled task to run the
C. In the install.bat file, type the following command: ?C:lnstallFilesSetup? /mode RecoverServer
/roles HubTransport Create a scheduled task to run the executable.
D. In the install .bat file, type the following command: ?C :Program FilesMicrosoftExchange
ServerSetup? /mode RecoverServer /roles HubTransport Create a scheduled task to run the
|Your Exchange Server 2007 environment contains a single Hub Transport server and a single
Mailbox server. E-mail delivery to large dynamic distribution group s is slow. All
MSExchangeADAccess Processes Performance Monitor counters on your Exchange servers
display normal results. You need to improve delivery time for messages that are sent to dynamic
distribution groups. What should you do?
A. Add more RAM to the existing Mailbox server.
B. Add more RAM to the existing domain controllers.
C. Deploy an additional global catalog server. Configure the existing Hub Transport server to use
the new global catalog server.
D. Deploy a second Hub Transport server. Configure the dynamic distribution groups to use the
new Hub Transport server as their expansion server.
|You increase the anti-spam restrictions for your Exchange Server 2007 organization. You inform
your company s partners that they should forward any e-mail messages that are being blocked by
the content filters to email@example.com. The forwarded messages will be reviewed so that
modifications can be made to Safe Senders Lists to prevent the blocking problem in the future.
External users are forwarding e-mail messages to firstname.lastname@example.org, but you discover that
no messages from external users are in the anti-spam mailbox. You need to allow the anti-spam
mailbox to receive e-mail messages that are classified as spam. Which cmdlet should you run?
A. Set- RecipientFilterConfig - RecipientValidationEnabled $false
B. Set- ContentFilterConfig - BypassedRecipients email@example.com
C. Set- ContentFilterConfig - BypassedSenders firstname.lastname@example.org
D. Set- RecipientFilterConfig - BlockListEnabled $falsE. BlockedRecipients
Your Exchange Server 2007 environment is configured with cluster continuous replication (CCR).
The Microsoft Windows Cluster service (MSCS) is installed on two servers named Server1 and
Server2. The default cluster that runs on the MSCS cluster is named Clus1. The cluster mailbox
server (CMS) is named ExchCMS1. Currently Clus1 and ExchCMS1 are running on the Server1
cluster node, and the CCR replica is running on the Server2 cluster node. You need to back up
the CCR replica. In the backup application, which name should you specify?
|A users e-mail account is configured to use POP3. The users mailbox is accidentally purged from
the Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox server. You restore a backup copy of the database that
contained the mailbox to a recovery storage group on the same server. The user reports that he
can not access his mailbox. You need to ensure that the user can access his mailbox. Before you
reconnect the mailbox, what should you do?
A. Enable POP3 access on the mailbox.
B. Move the mailbox to a standard storage group.
C. Instruct the user to use IMAP to connect to the mailbox.
D. Instruct the user to use Outlook Web Access to connect to the mailbox.
|A mailbox has 40 KB of mailbox rules. You need to move the mailbox from your Exchange Server
2007 computer to an Exchange Server 2003 computer at a remote site. How should you achieve
A. Use the Exchange Task wizard in Exchange Server 2003.
B. Use the Move Mailbox wizard in Exchange Server 2007.
C. Run the Move-Mailbox cmdlet with the IgnoreRuleLimitErrors parameter.
D. Run the Move-Mailbox cmdlet with the IgnorePolicyMatch parameter.
|Your company merges with Contoso, Ltd. Each companys mixed e-mail system includes
Exchange Server 2003 servers and Exchange Server 2007 servers and Outlook 2003 clients and
Outlook 2007 clients. Currently your company has a single remote SMTP domain for *, which is
configured with the Allow none option. You need to configure the delivery of out-of-office (OOF)
messages to the contoso.com domain, and you must ensure that no users outside of the two
merged companies can receive OOF messages. What should you do?
A. On the remote domain *, select the Allow external out-of-office only option.
B. On the remote domain *, select the Allow external out-of-office and out-of-office set by
Outlook 2003 or earlier clients and set on Exchange 2003 or earlier servers option.
C. Add a new remote domain for *.contoso.com and select the Allow external out-of-office only
D. Add a new remote domain for *.contoso.com, and select the Allow internal out-of-office and
out-of-office set by Outlook 2003 or earlier clients and set on Exchange 2003 or earlier servers
|Your Exchange Server 2007 organization contains a Mailbox server and a Client Access server.
You are using Web-based distribution for the default offline address book (OAB). The OAB is no
longer being updated on the Client Access server. You need to enable the Client Access server
to retrieve the updated OAB from the Mailbox server. What should you do?
A. On the Mailbox server, start the Microsoft Exchange Service Host service.
B. On the Mailbox server, start the Microsoft Exchange Replication service.
C. On the Client Access server, start the Microsoft Exchange Service Host service.
D. On the Client Access server, start the Microsoft Exchange File Distribution service.
|ou need to configure a public folder to replicate on only Saturdays and Sundays. You also need
to ensure that posts will be denied after the folders size reaches 500 MB. Which cmdlet should
you run for the public folder?
A. Set- PublicFolder - StorageQuota 500MB. ReplicationSchedule ?Saturday.12:00 AM-
B. Set- PublicFolder - PostStorageQuota 500MB. ReplicationSchedule ?Saturday.12:00 AM-
Sunday.1 1:59 PM?
C. Set- PublicFolder - MaxltemSize 500MB. ReplicationSchedule ?Saturday.12:00AM-
D. Set- PublicFolder - PostStorageQuota 500MB. UseDatabaseRetentionDefaults : $true
|You need to configure the minimum permissions necessary for a user to be able to configure
mailbox databases on an Exchange Server 2007 computer. What should you do?
A. Delegate Exchange Administrator privileges to the user account at the organization level.
B. Add the user account to the Exchange Server Administrators role.
C. Add the user account to the Exchange Recipient Administrators role.
D. Add the user account to the Exchange Organization Administrators role.
|You need to configure Outlook Web Access to allow Microsoft Office documents to be opened but
not saved on public computers. What should you do?
A. Enable direct file access for public computers.
B. Enable Force WebReady Document Viewing when a converter is available for public
C. Add the Office file formats to the supported document types for WebReady Document
D. Add the Office file formats to the direct file access Block list.
|All users can receive e-mail that is sent directly to them from the Internet. A distribution group
named WebResponse is configured to accept e-mail from all users. All corporate users can send
messages to the WebResponse distribution group by using Microsoft Office Outlook. AII
messages that are sent to the distribution group from the Internet are rejected. You need to allow
e-mail from internal and Internet users to be sent to the SMTP address of the WebResponse
distribution group. What should you do?
A. Modify the properties of the WebResponse distribution group so that the Everyone group has
the Send As permission.
B. Modify the properties of the WebResponse distribution group so that the group no longer
requires all senders to be authenticated.
C. Modify the SMTP Receive connectors on each Hub Transport server to allow anonymous
D. Modify the properties of the WebResponse distribution group so that the group is no longer
hidden from the Outlook global address list (GAL).
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