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estion 1

0 out of 10 points
This DNS configuration item will forward DNS queries to different servers based on the domain name of the query.

Answer Selected Answer:


Recursive forwarder

Response Feedback:

Conditional forwarders are configured in a per-domain basis and are used to selectively forward DNS queries based on the DNS domain of the record being queried.

Question 2
90 out of 100 points
Match statement to terminology.

Answer Question
A(n) __________ will transfer all records within a zone from a primary server to a secondary server.

Selected Match J. Full Zone Transfer (AXFR)

A(n) ______________ creates an alias for an existing A record.

A. CNAME recored

A(n) ____________________ is used by e-mail systems such as G. Microsoft Exchange to locate mail servers in different networks. Mail Exchanger (MX)

record
The _____________________ allows IPv6 hosts to map host names to IP addresses. contoso.com is an example of a(n) _____________ within the .com top-level domain. The _________________ application scope will replicate DNS data to all DNS servers within a domain. A(n) ________________________ stores DNS data in a text file

C. ip6.arpa domain E. second-level domain F. DomainDNSZones [None Given]

on the server hard drive, rather than as part of Active Directory. Each DNS record has a(n) __________________ that indicates the maximum time that a record will be cached by a DNS server before it is discarded. A DNS server is considered ________________ for each zone that it hosts. A DNS domain name like .uk or .it is an example of a(n) ______________ domain.

I. Time to Live (TTL) D. authoritative B. country code

Question 3
10 out of 10 points
You can secure an Active Directory-integrated DNS server, zone, or record by applying the following to it:

Answer Selected Answer:


Discretionary Access Control List

Response Feedback:

Each object in Active Directory, including AD-integrated DNS information, has a DACL associated with it that controls which security principals can or cannot take particular actions against the object.

Question 4
10 out of 10 points
These contain the names and IP addresses of the DNS servers authoritative for the root zone.

Answer Selected Answer:


Root Hints

Response Feedback:

By default, the Root Hints file contains the authoritative servers for the toplevel . zone, although you can assign other values specific to a particular network configuration.

Question 5
10 out of 10 points
This zone is used in combination with IP addresses to resolve queries for IPv4 IP addresses:

Answer Selected Answer:


in.addr-arpa

Response Feedback: Reverse lookup zones in IPv4 rely on the in.addr-arpa zone.

Question 6
10 out of 10 points
A DNS server that hosts a primary or secondary zone containing a particular record can issue the following response to a query for that record:

Answer Selected Answer:


Authoritative answer

Response Feedback:

A DNS server can issue an authoritative answer on any record for which it hosts a zone whether that zone is a primary, secondary, or AD-integrated zone.

Question 7
0 out of 10 points
The following feature is available only on Active Directory-integrated DNS zones:

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Dynamic updates

Response Feedback:

Secure dynamic updates and fault tolerance through multi-master replication are two of the main features provided by Active Directoryintegrated DNS.

Question 8
10 out of 10 points
The IPv6 DNS host record is referred to as a(n):

Answer Selected Answer:


AAAA record

Response

IPv6 uses AAAA records to denote IPv6 hosts; IPv4 uses A records to

Feedback:

denote IPv4 hosts.

Question 9
0 out of 10 points
This type of zone takes human-readable FQDNs and translates them into IP addresses.

Answer Selected Answer:


Reverse lookup zone

Response Feedback:

A forward lookup zone translates FQDNs into IP addresses; reverse lookup zones perform the opposite function.

Question 10
10 out of 10 points
Data from a primary zone is transmitted to secondary zones using the following:

Answer Selected Answer:


Zone transfer

Response Feedback:

Zone transfers can either be full zone transfers (AXFRs) or incremental zone transfers (IXFRs) that will only transfer information that has changed since the last zone transfer.

Question 11
10 out of 10 points
This zone type contains only SOA, name server, and glue records for the relevant zone.

Answer Selected Answer:


Stub zone

Response Feedback:

Stub zones were first introduced in Windows Server 2003 and can be file-backed or AD-integrated.

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