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Question: 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>

Answer: D. runningSetup.exe /testdbupgrade SMS_<site_code>

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Question: 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>


Answer:

D. runningSetup.exe /testdbupgrade SMS_<site_code> Source: CoolInterview.com



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