Windows Administrator L1 Interview Question 1

Windows Administrator L1 Interview Question 1
Windows Administrator L1 Interview Question

1. What is the different between Workgroup and Domain? Domain Server has Centralized Control   Where else Workgroup has no Centralized Control

Domain Network has higher level of security when compared to Workgroup.

Domain Network Implementation and Maintained cost is very less when compared to that of workgroup.

Time constrain is very less when compared to that of a Workgroup.

Administrator has overall control on the network where else workgroup has no control.
2. How will assign Local Administrator rights for domain user? Navigate to Local User and Groups add the domain users to administrators group in the local system.
3. How will you restrict user logon timing in domain?Navigate to Active Directory Users and Computers, User Properties select logon times and restrict the user logon timing as needed.
4. What is the purpose of sysvol?
The sysvol folder stores the server’s copy of the domain’s public files. The contents such as group policy, users, and groups of the sysvol folder are replicated to all domain controllers in the domain. The sysvol folder must be located on an NTFS volume.
5. What is OU? Explain its Uses.
Organization Unit is set of active directory object within a domain. It is used to design an organization structure, Restrict user’s visibility and to delegate control.
6. Explain different edition of windows 2003 Server?
•Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition: – is aimed towards small to medium sized businesses. Standard Edition supports file and printer sharing, offers secure Internet connectivity, and allows centralized desktop application deployment.
•Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition: – is aimed towards medium to large businesses. It is a full-function server operating system that supports up to eight processors and provides enterprise-class features and support for up to 32 GB of memory.
•Windows Server 2003, Web Edition: – is mainly for building and hosting Web applications, Web pages, and XML Web Services.
•Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition: – is the flagship of the Windows Server line and designed for immense infrastructures demanding high security and reliability.
7. What is DNS Server?
Domain Name System is used to resolve domain name to IP Address and also used to resolve IP Address to Domain Name. It has two zones Forward and Reverse Lookup Zone. Forward Lookup Zone resolve Domain name to IP address. Reverse Lookup Zone is used to resolve IP address to Domain Name. Some records associate with DNS

A Record binds Name with IP Address
•PTR Record binds IP Address to Name
8. Why DNS server is required for Active Directory?
The key reason for integrating DNS with AD is that client server communication takes place with Domain Name. Network needs IP address to reach the destination; In order to resolve Domain Name to IP Address we need DNS Server. If DNS Server is not configured properly the network becomes slow.
9. What is the Purpose of A and PTR Record?
•A Record OR Host Record is used to bind a Name with IP Address.
•PTR Record is used to bind an IP Address with Name.
10. What is the purpose of DHCP Server?
DHCP Server is used to assign IP address automatically to all the clients’ computers. It is useful in large enterprise network, where we may not able track the IP address and also used to avoid IP conflict.
11. Explain about Scope in DHCP Server?
Scope is collective information of assigning IP address for clients. It contains information like IP Address Range, Exclusion Range, Lease Period, Reservation, Router IP Address, DNS Address, etc. Based on the scope configuration DHCP allocates IP address to its entire client.
12. Explain about Group Scopes?
13. How will you backup DNS Server?
Backup the directory “%System Root%System32DNS”.
14. How will backup DHCP Server?
First Method: Backup the directory in the %System Root%System32DHCP folder.
Alternate method: Open DHCP Console select server to backup and restore DHCP database.
15. Explain APIPA.
A Windows-based computer that is configured to use DHCP can automatically assign itself an Internet Protocol (IP) address if a DHCP server is not available or does not exist. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has reserved for Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA).
16. Explain about AD Database.
Windows 2003 Active Directory data store, the actual database file, is %System Root%NTDSNTDS.DIT. AD Database all information such as User Accounts, Groups, Computer Information, Domain Controller information, Group Policy, Organization Unit,etc.
17. Explain about Group Policy.
Group policies are used by administrators to configure and control user environment settings. Group Policy Objects (GPOs) are used to configure group policies which are applied to sites, domains, and organizational units (OUs) .There is a maximum of 1000 applicable group policies.
18. What is the default time for group policy refresh interval time?
The default refresh interval for policies is 90 minutes. The default refresh interval for domain controllers is 5 minutes. Group policy object’s group policy refresh intervals may be changed in the group policy object.
19. Explain Hidden Share.
Hidden or administrative shares are share names with a dollar sign ($) appended to their names. Administrative shares are usually created automatically for the root of each drive letter. They do not display in the network browse list.
20. What ports are used by DHCP and the DHCP clients?
Requests are on UDP port 68, Server replies on UDP 67.
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