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RIS Server Install for Windows - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.

1. You want to install Windows 2000 Professional using RIS. You have installed the Remote Access Server Service on a Windows 2000 Server computer and you have installed and authorized it and a DHCP server in the Active Directory. You have also confirmed that the client network cards are on the list of supported network cards for the RIS boot disk. When you start the installation with the book disk, it fails. What network service is missing?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Active Directory
  B. DNS
  D. IPSec

2. Bobby has been asked by his boss to set up an RIS server for testing automated installations. During the setup procedure, he installed the Remote Installation Service from the Add/Remove Programs applet in the Control Panel. Then he ran risetup from the Run command and went through the wizard to configure the RIS server. Finally, he used the Delegation of Control wizard to assign the users who will be performing remote installations. Bobby creates the RIS setup disk and begins the installation on one of the target computers. A DNS server is installed on the domain controller and it supports SRV records. However, the installation attempt fails. What might have gone wrong?
Please select the best answer.
  A. The RIS server must be authorized in DHCP to enable it to respond to client requests.
  B. A third party utility must be installed to copy the RIS image to the network client machines.
  C. The RIS server must be started in Recovery Console mode.
  D. The RIS Server must be delegated to a root domain.

3. You would like to use RIS to install Windows 2000 on your network client workstations. You go into the BIOS' of the computers on your network and setup the boot order so that the machines start from the network. However, when you reboot the machine, the installation process does not begin. Why is that?
Please select the best answer.
  A. You must have a PIX BIOS
  B. The BIOS must be setup to boot from the hard disk and the hidden PIXIE partition must be installed through the RIS configuration
  C. Both the RIS server and the RIS client must support network boot.
  D. The client workstations do not have PXE compliant network cards.