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Exam Number/Code: 70-238
Exam name: Pro:Deploying Messaging Solutions w/MS Exchange Server 2007
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Q46. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

The company opens five new offices. You plan to deploy Exchange Server 2007 computers to provide local e-mail support for employees in each new office.

The company policy states that all users must use Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to access the messaging system.

You need to create a deployment plan for the Exchange Server 2007 computers. You also need to ensure that you deploy only the necessary roles.

Which two actions should you include in the plan? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.

Choose two.)

A. Deploy a Unified Messaging server role in each office.

B. Deploy a Client Access Server role in each office.

C. Deploy a Mailbox server role in each office.

D. Deploy an Edge Transport server role in each office.

E. Deploy a Hub Transport server role in each office.

Answer: CE


Q47. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system. Your company has a single Microsoft Active Directory forest.

Your company acquires another company. The acquired company has a separate Active Directory forest and also uses an Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

You configure a two-way forest trust between the two forests. You configure SMTP connectors in both the Exchange organizations to facilitate message routing between the two messaging systems. All users in both the companies use Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.

Users in each company report that they are unable to use Office Outlook 2007 to schedule users from the other company for meetings.

You need to enable users in both the companies to view each others calendar free/busy information.

What should you do?

A. Deploy Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS) and configure the Global Address List (GAL) synchronization feature. Modify the SMTP connectors between the Exchange organizations to use externally secure authentication option.

B. Install a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 server into a new Exchange organization. Configure the Inter-Organization Replication tool to replicate system public folders between the other two Exchange organizations.

C. Deploy Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS) and configure the Global Address List (GAL) synchronization feature. On the Client Access Servers, configure the Availability service between the two companies.

D. Install a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 computer in each organization. On the Client Access Servers, configure an Offline Address Book (OAB) distribution to enable public folder distribution for the OAB.

Answer: C


Q48. You are a messaging professional. Your company deploys a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

The company has one main office and two branch offices. The mail servers and Exchange Server 2007 computers are installed in each office. Each office has its own Internet connection and SMTP domain. The offices are connected to each other via an internal WAN.

The company plans to implement an anti-spam solution that meets the following requirements:

Reduce the amount of internal network traffic caused by spam. Ensure that the servers that block the spam are fault tolerant. Ensure that inbound SMTP e-mail messages are received directly by the appropriate offices.

You need to meet the outlined requirements.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. Place two Edge Transport server roles on the perimeter network of each office. Create the required MX records.

B. Place two Edge Transport server roles on the perimeter network of the main office. Create the required MX records.

C. Create Transport rules on each Edge Transport server role with an action to drop all e-mail messages that have a spam confidence level (SCL) setting of 7 or higher.

D. Create Transport rules on each Edge Transport server role with an action to quarantine all e-mail messages that have a spam confidence level (SCL) setting of 7 or higher.Reset Instructions Calculator.

Answer: AC


Q49. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

The company has the following requirements for disaster recovery:

A snapshot back-up process must be employed.

The databases must be backed up in a clean shutdown state.

You need to create a plan that meets the outlined requirements.

Which action should you include in the plan?

A. Use the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Backup utility to perform a shadow copy-based backup of Exchange database and transaction log files.

B. Implement a third-party Exchange Server 2007 aware Volume Shadow Copy Service based backup solution to back up and restore Exchange data.

C. Deploy Single Copy Cluster (SCC) clustered mailbox servers.

D. Implement Local Continuous Replication (LCR) for all mailbox servers. Use the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Backup utility to perform a streaming backup of the passive copy of the Exchange database and transaction log files.

Answer: B


Q50. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

All mailbox databases are configured with the following options:

Deleted e-mail messages are retained for seven days.

Deleted mailboxes are retained for 30 days.

The mailbox databases are backed up on a daily basis.

Occasionally, employees request Exchange administrators to restore their e-mail messages that were deleted more than seven days ago.

Your company Service Level Agreement (SLA) states that for Exchange administrators to restore e-mail messages, the employees must provide the following information:

The subject-line of the deleted e-mail messages

The approximate date of the deleted e-mail messages.

You need to ensure that the Exchange administrators are able to restore specific e-mail messages.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. Create a new storage group on an Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox server. Restore the required mailbox database in this new storage group.

B. Create a recovery storage group in the Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox server. Add the mailbox database that you want to restore to this recovery storage group. Restore the database to the recovery storage group.

C. Run the Restore-Mailbox command.

D. Run the Export-Mailbox command.

Answer: BC


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Q51. You are a messaging professional. Your company plans to deploy a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

The company has three offices. The messaging servers and infrastructure servers are installed in all the three offices. Each office has its own Internet connection. The offices are also connected by an internal WAN.

The company decides to include spam reduction in the exiting Exchange Server 2007 deployment plan.

The company has the following requirements:

Reduce the amount of internal network traffic created by spam. Ensure that the servers that block the spam are fault tolerant. Distribute inbound e-mail messages from the Internet among the offices.

You need to modify the deployment plan to meet the outlined requirements. Which three actions should you include in the plan? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.

Choose three.)

A. Place two Edge Transport servers on the perimeter network of each office.

B. Place two Edge Transport servers on the perimeter network of the main office.

C. Create Transport rules on each Edge Transport server role that has an action to drop all e-mail messages that have a Spam Confidence Level (SCL) setting of 7 or higher.

D. Create Transport rules on each Edge Transport server role that has an action to quarantine all e-mail messages that have a Spam Confidence Level (SCL) setting of 7 or higher.

E. Implement Network Load Balancing (NLB) for the Edge Transport servers at the main office.

F. Create Round Robin records for the Edge Transport servers in each office on the Internet-facing DNS servers.Reset Instructions Calculator.

Answer: ACF


Q52. You are a messaging professional. Your company is upgrading a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 messaging system to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

Four Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox servers host all user mailboxes. Two Hub Transport servers and one Client Access Server have been deployed.

Two computers that run Exchange Server 2003 host public folders. Replicas of all public folders exist on both public folder servers.

Users access their mailboxes by using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA).

The company has the following requirements:

A single-server failure must disrupt OWA services for the fewest number of users. A single-server failure must disrupt access to free/busy information for the fewest number of users.

You need to implement a high availability solution that meets the requirements.

What should you do?

A. Implement Clustered Continuous Replication (CCR) for the Mailbox servers. Move the mailboxes to the Clustered Mailbox server.

B. Implement a Single Copy Cluster (SCC) for the Mailbox servers. Create a public folder database on the Clustered Mailbox server. Create a replica of the system public folders on this database.

C. Deploy a second Hub Transport server. Configure an additional MX record for the new Hub Transport server.

D. Deploy a second Client Access Server. Implement a Network Load Balancing (NLB) cluster for the Client Access Servers. Set the availability Web service URL to the NLB cluster name.

Answer: D


Q53. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

Exchange Server 2007 computers do not contain public folder databases. All users run Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 as their messaging client.

The company acquires a new company. The acquired company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 messaging system. The users in the acquired company run Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 as their messaging client. Your company plans migration of the mailboxes from the Exchange Server 2003 messaging system to the Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

You need to ensure that all the users from the acquired company can view the calendar availability information of users in your companys Exchange Server 2007 messaging system when their mailboxes are migrated to Exchange Server 2007.

What should you do?

A. Upgrade from Office Outlook 2003 to Office Outlook 2007 on the client computers at the acquired company. Migrate the user mailboxes from the Exchange Server 2003 computers to the Exchange Server 2007 computers.

B. Deploy an Exchange Server 2007 Client Access Server and an Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox server on the acquired companys network. Configure the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Availability service to share availability in a cross-forest configuration. Migrate the user mailboxes from the Exchange Server 2003 computers to the Exchange Server 2007 computers.

C. Configure the required Domain Name System (DNS) records for the Client Access Server that hosts the Autodiscover service. Migrate the user mailboxes from the Exchange Server 2003 computers to the Exchange Server 2007 computers.

D. Implement directory synchronization between the two Exchange environments by using Microsoft Identity Integration Server. Migrate the user mailboxes from the Exchange Server 2003 computers to the Exchange Server 2007 computers.

Answer: A


Q54. You are a messaging professional.

Your company has four offices. Each office has a perimeter network. The perimeter network includes a wireless access point that allows access for employees and guest users. The perimeter network is created between two Microsoft Windows Server 2003 computers that run Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2006.

Each office has an Edge Transport server on the perimeter network, and a Hub Transport server, a Client Access server, and a Mailbox server on the internal network. One office has a member server that runs Internet Authentication Service (IAS).

Employees who connect to the wireless access points are not able to receive e-mail messages from the nearest Exchange server.

You need to ensure that all employee computers that are connected to the wireless access points can retrieve e-mail messages in the most secure manner. You also need to ensure that guest computers can access the perimeter network by connecting to the wireless access point.

What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A. Configure the wireless access point as a RADIUS client and activate TKIP-PSK security.

B. Configure the internal ISA Server 2006 computer in each office to publish RPC over HTTPS services on the Client Access Server.

C. Configure the external ISA Server 2006 computer in each office to publish RPC over HTTPS services on the Edge Transport server.

D. Configure the internal ISA Server 2006 computer in each office as a RADIUS client and configure each wireless client computer to establish a VPN connection to the nearest ISA Server 2006 computer.

E. Configure the external ISA Server 2006 computer in each office as a RADIUS client and configure each wireless client computer to establish a VPN connection to the nearest ISA Server 2006 computer.

Answer: BD


Q55. You are a messaging professional. You are designing the storage group layout for your companys new Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 computers.

Your enterprise backup system can perform up to 10 streaming restores at 10 GB per hour.

Your companys users belong to one of the two groups, Group A or Group B. The current storage group configuration has each group of users in a separate database. The group details are given in the following table.

               Number of Users           Mailbox Quota            Maximum Recovery Time for a Single Database

Group A     1,000                              500 MB                           8 hours

Group B        100                            1000 MB                           2 hours

You need to design a storage group layout that enables recovery of all databases within the maximum recovery time.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. Create five storage groups and create one database in each storage group for users in Group B. Redistribute user mailboxes to these databases.

B. Create one storage group and create five databases in each storage group for users in Group B. Redistribute user mailboxes to these databases.

C. Create seven storage groups and create one database in each storage group for users in Group A.

Redistribute user mailboxes to these databases.

D. Create one storage group and create seven databases in each storage group for users in Group A.

Redistribute user mailboxes to these databases.

Answer: AC


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Q56. You are a messaging professional. Your company runs an Exchange Server messaging system that includes Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 computers and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 computers.

The company has installed one Exchange Server 2007 computer. The computer has the Client Access Server role and the Mailbox server role.

The company has deployed one Exchange Server 2003 back-end server. Mailboxes are located on both the Exchange Server 2007 computer and the Exchange Server 2003 computer.

The Exchange Server 2007 computer name is Exch2.adatum.com. The Exchange Server 2003 computer name is Exch1.adatum.com.

All users are instructed to access Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) by using https://Exch2.adatum.com/exchange.

Some OWA users report that they are required to enter their credentials twice to access their mailboxes.

You need to ensure that users only need to enter their credentials once when accessing OWA.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A. Instruct all users to use https: //Exch2.adatum.com/owa.

B. Instruct users who have mailboxes on Exch1 to use https: //Exch1.adatum.com/exchange. Instruct users who have mailboxes on Exch2 to use https: //Exch2.adatum.com/owa.

C. Disable forms-based authentication for the Exchange Virtual Server on the Exchange 2007 server.

D. Enable forms-based authentication for the Exchange Virtual Server on the Exchange Server 2003 computer.

E. Deploy a new Exchange 2007 Mailbox server. Move all mailboxes from Exch2 to the new server. Remove the Mailbox server role from Exch2.

Answer: BE


Q57. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

Your company has a single office. You deploy a Client Access Server, a Hub Transport server, and two Mailbox servers. A total of 1,000 mailboxes are located on the two Mailbox servers.

Your company acquires another company that has four offices located across the U.S. Each office has 250 users. The Wide Area Network (WAN) links are installed from each acquired branch office to the main office.

All the users from the acquired company are provided a Microsoft Active Directory user account and a mailbox in the parent company's Exchange organization. All users in the branch offices use Microsoft Outlook 2002.

The users in the acquired company frequently report that the access to the Exchange Server 2007 computers is slow and that the messaging system is unavailable.

You need to resolve this issue for the users in the acquired company. Your solution must minimize network usage on the WAN.

What should you do?

A. Deploy an Active Directory global catalog server and Exchange Server 2007 computers in each new branch office.

B. Deploy a new Client Access Server in the main office. Instruct the remote users to use Microsoft Outlook Web Access to access their mailboxes.

C. Deploy Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 on all the client computers in the branch offices. Configure all the client computers to use the Exchange Cached Mode.

D. Deploy a Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server (ISA) 2006 server in each office. Configure caching on each ISA Server 2006 computer. Configure a hub-and-spoke, site-to-site Virtual Private Network (VPN) topology between all the branch offices and the main office.

Answer: A


Q58. You are a messaging professional. Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system.

The company plans to deploy an Exchange Server 2007 Client Access Server that will be accessible on the Internet.

Users often access their mailboxes in Internet cafes by using Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA). When users connect through public computers, a security alert is displayed.

The company has the following messaging requirements:

Users must not receive any security alerts while using OWA on public computers. Authentication credentials must be encrypted when transmitted on the Internet.

You need to meet the messaging requirements.

What should you do?

A. Modify the properties of the OWA Virtual Directory to use Integrated Windows authentication.

B. Modify the properties of the Client Access Server to set NTLM authentication for Microsoft Office Outlook Anywhere.

C. Purchase an SSL certificate from a third-party Trusted Root Certification Authority and assign it to the default Web site.

D. Purchase an SSL certificate from a third-party Trusted Root Certification Authority. Modify the properties of the OWA Virtual Directory to enable client certificate mapping.

Answer: C


Q59. You are a messaging professional.

Your company uses a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging system. You implement custom message classifications for your company.

Your company provides financial audits to customers as part of its accounting services. Users require the ability to classify messages pertaining to financial audits that are sent to the customers.

You deploy a message classification that uses the default classification list.

You need to ensure that all the users can use the custom classification each time they send an e-mail message pertaining to financial audits.

What should you do?

A. Create a deployment plan to upgrade all the existing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server computers and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 computers to Exchange Server 2007.

B. Create a deployment plan to update the classification.xml file and deploy the file to all servers that host Exchange Server 2007.

C. Create a deployment plan to update the classification.xml file and deploy the file to all client systems that will use Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.

D. Create a deployment plan to update the classification.xml file and deploy the file to all client systems that use Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and earlier versions.

Answer: C


Q60. You are a messaging professional. Your company deploys both Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 computers.

Client Access Servers are deployed on the company network. Only the Client Access Servers are accessible on the Internet.

Users access their Exchange mailboxes on the Internet by using Microsoft Office Outlook Express. All mailboxes for POP3 clients and IMAP4 clients are located on the Exchange Server 2003 back-end servers.

You need to ensure that all POP3 and IMAP4 client connections are authenticated and encrypted.

What should you do?

A. Deploy X.509 certificates for the POP3 clients and the IMAP4 clients on the Exchange Server 2003 back-end server.

B. Deploy X.509 certificates for the POP3 clients and the IMAP4 clients on the Exchange Server 2007 Client Access Servers.

C. Deploy IPSec encryption between the Exchange Server 2007 Client Access Servers and the Exchange Server 2003 back-end servers.

D. Configure secure authentication for the POP3 clients and the IMAP4 clients on the Exchange Server 2007 Client Access Servers.

Answer: B



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