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  • You are a network administrator for a publishing company. You have two Windows Server 2003 systems. Both servers are domain controllers. One server acts as a file and print server and also hosts the corporate document management system. The other server hosts the corporate accounting system and IIS. Last week you downloaded and installed a new service pack on both servers. For fault-tolerance reasons, you want to configure the second server as a DHCP server. Which of the following approaches ensures that the files related to DHCP are the latest versions?

    a.

    Run the Netinst utility from the service pack directory to make sure you install the latest version of the files.

    b.

    Download a new installer from the Microsoft Web site that has the latest version of the files for that service.

    c.

    Install the DHCP service through Add Or Remove Programs.

    d.

    Install the DHCP service through Add Or Remove Programs, and then reapply the service pack.

    Monday, April 24, 2006 9:02 PM

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  •  wj2006 wrote:

    You are a network administrator for a publishing company. You have two Windows Server 2003 systems. Both servers are domain controllers. One server acts as a file and print server and also hosts the corporate document management system. The other server hosts the corporate accounting system and IIS. Last week you downloaded and installed a new service pack on both servers. For fault-tolerance reasons, you want to configure the second server as a DHCP server. Which of the following approaches ensures that the files related to DHCP are the latest versions?

    a.

    Run the Netinst utility from the service pack directory to make sure you install the latest version of the files.

    b.

    Download a new installer from the Microsoft Web site that has the latest version of the files for that service.

    c.

    Install the DHCP service through Add Or Remove Programs.

    d.

    Install the DHCP service through Add Or Remove Programs, and then reapply the service pack.

    I choose "d"

     

    Tuesday, August 1, 2006 1:25 PM
  • Please try going with D.

     

    Monday, August 28, 2006 11:22 AM
  • The answer is actually C.
    Wednesday, March 7, 2007 6:06 PM
  • Yes, the answer should be C. Why would one need to install service pack again?
    Wednesday, March 14, 2007 1:28 PM