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1. What is the primary means of identifying network devices and services in a Windows Server 2008 network?

2. The process of obtaining an IP address for a computer name is called…
Name Resolution

3. A starting address of and an ending address of is a member of which network class?
Class C

4. IPv4 addresses are commonly represented by using what type of notation?

5. DHCP is based heavily on what protocol?

6. If you have an IPv4 address of with a subnet mask of, what is the network number?

7. You have an IPv4 address of with a subnet mask of What is the CIDR notation?

8. Which technology is used to translate multiple private addresses to a public address?

9. How many bits does a IPv6 address have?

10. TRUE > DHCP can dynamically allocate an IP address from a pool of addresses and then reclaim it when it is no longer needed.

11. Which Windows installation option in Windows Server 2008 provides a stripped-down version of the OS when you select it?
Server Core

12. Which role is NOT available in a Server Core installation?
Application Server

13. Hyper-V is available on which version of Server Core?

14. Which feature is NOT available in a Server Core installation?
Message Queuing 15. Which new tool provides capabilities so you can evaluate the hardware on servers as well as workstations?
MAP > Microsoft Assessment and Planning Solution Accelerator

16. Which role is used when performing unattended installations of Windows Server 2008 and other operating systems on remote computers using network-based boot and installation media?
Windows Deployment Services

17. Windows Deployment Services role does not include:

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