An administrator on your network has accidentally deleted an OU containing several thousand user objects. Assuming you have a recent backup of Active Directory, how would you recover the deleted OU? Please select all the correct answers.
Restart the domain controller in Directory Services Restore mode and use the Backup utility to restore the System State data.
In the Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon, and then select Directory Services Restore.
Restart the domain controller in Directory Services Restore mode and use the Recovery Console to restore the System State data.
Use the Ntdsutil utility to restore the Active Directory database.
You experienced a server crash and had to completely rebuild the server. After you reinstalled the operating system, you used the Ntbackup program to restore the data. Later in the day, you get calls from the Human Resources department telling you that they are receiving complaints that people seem to know what other employees' salaries are. What might be the cause of this? Please select the best answer.
You did not perform an authoritative restore.
You did not use the ApplyAcls command prior to the restore.
You restored the data to a FAT partition.
You restored the data and then did not issue the FIXACLS command from the command prompt.
You would like to restore the System State on a domain controller. You open the backup program, select the Restore tab, and try to put a checkmark in the "System State" checkbox. However, you
receive an error message when you try to do this. Why would you receive an error message when trying to restore the System State? Please select the best answer.
You must open the Active Directory Users and Computers applet to restore the System State on domain controllers.
You must restore the System State only on the domain controller with the PDC emulator token.
You must start the computer in Directory Services Restore mode in order to restore the System State on a domain controller.
The System State cannot be restored on a domain controller.