Test 138: OS/2 Warp Server for e-business

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Objectives

Section 1 - Warp Server for e-business Planning, Installation And Configuration

  • Given a complete set of customer requirements, develop an installation plan enabling a successful first time installation of Warp Server for e-business. List software and hardware required for print server, file server and JAVA development server.
  • Describe how to install, configure, and tune LAN Adapter and Protocol to support OS/2 Warp Server for e-business components ( including large numbers of sessions).
  • Given the number of users, the function of the server and required availability, describe how to install and configure the server. Include file and print server, Netbios names and Remote Access Server.

Section 2 - Warp Server for e-business Internet Services

  • Given number of users and required availability, describe how to install and configure Internet services. Include IP addresses, domains, router addresses, and Lotus Domino Go web server.
  • Describe the purpose of Dynamic IP and explain how to configure DHCP and DDNS servers.
  • Explain how the Remote Access Services can inter-operate with existing remote clients using the point-to-point protocol (PPP) and Password Authentication Protocol (PAP).
  • List steps to configure Remote Access Services security (create administrator ID, implement security policy, create user accounts, implement single password accounts).
  • Describe how to configure Netscape Communicator and other Internet applications.

Section 3 - Warp Server for e-business Integration in Existing Networks

  • Explain how to integrate Warp Server for e-business into existing Windows NT and NetWare networks, and how to add Windows NT servers to Warp Server for e-business Domains.
  • List the steps to administer Windows NT resources using Warp Server for e-business CLI and GUI.
  • List the steps to install a Warp Client pack on a Windows system and describe the advantages to using the Warp client.
  • List the steps to configure the network neighborhood browsers on Warp Server for e-business and describe the advantages to the user.
  • List the steps to install the Warp Server for e-business services on an Windows NT server, and describe how the Warp Server for e-business user database can be replicated to Windows NT servers.
  • Describe how to migrate existing servers to Warp Server for e-business.

Section 4 - Warp Server for e-business File and Print Sharing Services

  • Describe the OS/2 Warp Server domain concept and explain how it is implemented in the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business environment.
  • Explain the four file systems used in an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business environment; describe how and when access control lists (ACLs) are used, and identify where they are stored on the server.
  • Describe how to use User Profile Management, the Graphical User Interface, and the command line interface to create users, groups, shared resources, and access control list.
  • List resources which may be shared in an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business environment and describe the types of access control permissions available by resource.
  • Describe how to create a home directory, shared printer assignments, shared application assignments, serial device assignments, and logon drive assignments for a user account.
  • Describe the relationship between the IBMLAN.INI and the PROTOCOL.INI files, and describe the parameters in the IBMLAN.INI file that are dependent upon parameters in PROTOCOL.INI.
  • Describe the use of, and how to access the information found in, each of the following log files: Network Statistics, LAN Server Error Log, LAN Server Audit Trail, LANTRAN.LOG, and FFST/2.
  • Describe the function of the Domain Control Database in an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business environment. Describe how to create a cross domain definition within the context of an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business environment so that a user in one domain may transparently access a shared resource residing in another domain.

Section 5 - Systems Management, Backup and Recovery and Problem Determination

  • Identify the software distribution methods implemented by OS/2 Warp Server for e-business and describe the purpose of CID.
  • Describe the fault tolerance features provided by OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, and describe how the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Backup and Recovery features can be used to implement a disaster recovery strategy and safeguard data.
  • Identify the critical Warp Server for e-business LAN files, and use the BACKACC and RESTACC utilities to backup and restore NET.ACC and server ACLs.
  • Given a scenario describing a TCP/IP error, list the steps or describe a procedure to isolate and correct the problem.
  • Given a scenario describing a remote access problem situation or sequence of events, list the steps or describe a procedure to isolate and correct the problem.
  • Given a scenario describing an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Backup and Recovery tape problem, list the steps or describe a procedure to isolate and correct the problem.


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Sample Test

Sample Test 138

Which TCPBEUI characteristic is useful when File and Print Sharing Services are required across LAN segments?
TCPBEUI uses single route broadcast to establish connections.
TCPBEUI is a non-routed protocol.
TCPBEUI implements NetBIOS over TCP/IP.
TCPBEUI is efficient because it only works on a WAN.
What must you do to use a printer attached to an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business using the line printer daemon (LPD)?
Log on to the network.
Establish a TELNET session.
Start LPD on your workstation.
Ensure TCP/IP is already running.
When installing Dynamic IP clients with LAN Adapter and Protocol Services, which statement is included in the TCP/IP initialization file if you choose to use a DHCP server for the lan0 interface in the TCP/IP Services Installation menu?
dhcp lan0 -strt
dhcpstrt -i lan0
ifconfig -i lan0 -dhcp
ifconfig -dhcpstrt lan0
Which describes an environment where a remote user dials into the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Remote Access Services on their office LAN to run the same applications from home?
LAN-to-LAN
Remote-to-LAN
LAN-to-Remote
Remote-to-Remote
WAN-to-LAN
How do bridging and filtering functions interact in the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Remote Access Services Connection Server?
When bridging hop count is set low, filtering requirements are increased.
When bridging hop count is set high, filtering requirements are increased.
When filtering is used, Ethernet bridging is not allowed.
When filtering is used, Token Ring bridging is not allowed.
Which protocol stack is required when an OS/2 Warp 4 client needs access to a Novell NetWare 4.0 server?
IPX
TCP/IP
NetBIOS
NetBIOS over TCP/IP
IPX over NetBIOS
Which type of Windows NT resources can be administered from an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business if the IBM Networks User Account Manager is installed?
file, print and serial resources only
file and print resources, applications, users and groups
file, print, serial resources, users and groups
All administration of Windows NT resources must take place on the Windows NT server itself.
Which commands would an administrator use to add the server NTSRVR01 to a Warp Server for e-business Domain from a machine other than the Domain Controller? (The Domain Controller machine name is DC01.)
NET ADMIN \\DC01 /C NET USER NTSRVR01 /ADD /PASSWORDREQ:NO
NET ADMIN \\DC01 /C NET GROUP SERVERS NTSRVR01 /ADD
NET ADMIN \\NTSRVR01 /C NET USER NTSRVR01 /ADD /PASSWORDREQ:NO
NET ADMIN \\NTSRVR01 /C NET GROUP SERVERS NTSRVR01 /ADD
NET ADMIN \\DC01 /C NET USER NTSRVR01 /ADD /PASSWORDREQ:NO
NET ADMIN \\DC01 /C NET GROUP NTSRVR01 SERVERS /ADD
NET ADMIN \\NTSRVR01 /C NET USER NTSRVR01 /ADD /PASSWORDREQ:NO
NET ADMIN \\NTSRVR01 /C NET GROUP NTSRVR01 SERVERS /ADD
Which statements about Windows clients are true? (Select two answers.)
The Primary Logon Client contains additional function over the Coordinated Logon Client.
The IBM Networks Logon Clients support Windows client features and provides seamless client/Warp Server integration.
The latest version of the IBM Networks Primary Logon Client can be installed over previous versions of the client.
The Coordinated Logon Client requires synchronization of user account between a Windows NT client and the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business.
Assuming the prerequisites have been met, which steps are required to enable the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business user accounts database to be replicated to a Windows NT Server?
Install the IBM Networks User Account Manager Service on the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business and then add the Windows NT Server to the Warp Server for e-business domain.
Install and start the Windows NT User Accounts Manager Service on the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business,
Install the IBM Networks User Account Manager Service on the Windows NT Server which has been defined as an Additional server in the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business.
No additional steps are required.
Which statement best describes how JFS is able to recover quickly from system crashes?
The file system is restored to a consistent state by replaying the transaction journal and applying log records to the file system for the stored transactions.
CHKDSK /f:3 is run automatically on boot; lost or inconsistent clusters are stored in FILExxx.CHK files, where xxx is a sequence number used to identify the file.
At boot time, defective sectors are written to one of up to 100 free blocks reserved for this purpose.
The RECOVER command is automatically run at boot time to delete transaction journal entries that are not consistent with the data stored on the volume.
Which statement best describes a Compatibility volume?
A non-bootable volume which is compatible with FAT, HPFS and JFS.
A Network File System (NFS) volume.
A JFS volume that provides compatibility with HPFS and FAT files and directories
A partition that appears as a LVM volume, but can be read by previous versions of OS/2 and Windows.
A user wishes to access a shared printer as LPT3. How can the administrator issue this assignment so that it is received by the user at each logon? (Select two answers.)
by using the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Administration Graphical User Interface
by creating a network printer object on the server
by using the lpr command
by using the NET USER command
Which resources can be shared in an OS/2 Warp Server for e-business environment? (Select three answers.)
directories on the domain controller
printers on an additional server
printers on OS/2 Peer client
serial devices on DOS/Windows clients
COM ports on DOS LAN clients
If a printer alias is created using the defaults in the OS/2 Warp Server Administration GUI, when is it shared?
immediately, and automatically each time the server service starts
immediately, for the duration of this server service only
only when an administrator explicitly shares it through the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Administration GUI or the NET SHARE command
when the first requester sends a job to the print queue
Where is the Domain Control Database (DCDB) found?
in the NET.ACC file on the domain controller
in the subdirectories of \IBMLAN\DCDB on the domain controller
in the NET.ACC file on OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Entry machines, and within the file structure on OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Advanced machines
in the NET.AUD file in the domain controller's \IBMLAN\ACCOUNTS subdirectory
How can OS/2 Warp Server for e-business Backup and Recovery safeguard data in an enterprise scenario where midrange and mainframe systems are used?
A Restore Method can be set up to restore files directly from the host or midrange system.
Backed up data can be stored on the more physically secure host system.
Remote Access Services can provide an automated link to remote DASD.
The Rulebook can be copied from the midrange system.
Which routing parameters must be configured to enable TCP/IP to communicate beyond the subnet in an OS/2 Warp 4 environment? (Select two answers.)
Network route
Telnet route
Host route
Services route
LAN route
What does the print object on the OS/2 desktop represent?
the print job
the print queue
the number of print queues
the physical printer device
Which statement about the contents of a User Account object in Warp Server for e-business is correct?
A User Account object includes information about the user, and includes a home directory and logon assignments. Application information is not included.
A User Account object includes information about the user, and includes logon assignments and application information only. Home directories can only be assigned from the command line.
A User Account object includes information about the user, and includes logon assignments, applications and home directory information.
A User Account object includes information about the user only. Information about a user's logon assignments, home directories and applications are included in Resource Definitions.


ANSWER KEY:

  1. C
  2. D
  3. B
  4. B
  5. B
  6. A
  7. C
  8. A
  9. BD
  10. C
  11. A
  12. D
  13. AD
  14. ABC
  15. A
  16. B
  17. B
  18. AC
  19. B
  20. C

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