Exam : 070-350
Title : Implementing Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004
Ver : 03.21.07
Example Questions out of 91 Questions:
You work as the network administrator at Certkiller .com. The Certkiller .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkiller .com. All servers on the Certkiller .com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client computers run Windows XP Professional.
The Certkiller .com network recently deployed three ISA Server 2004 computers to the domain which will be used by the client computers for Internet access. You have received instruction from the CIO to plan the implementation to ensure that the client computers view all three servers as one.
You are additionally required to ensure that the load on ISA Server 2004 is distributed among the three ISA Server 2004 computers.
What should you do?
A. The Windows Server 2003 computer should be configured as a Network Load Balancing (NLB) cluster
B. The Windows Server 2003 computer should be configured as a three-node Active/Passive cluster
C. All the Windows Server 2003 computers should be configured as stand-alone servers
D. All the Windows Server 2003 computers should be configured with the same IP address
Explanation: In the scenario the host record should be configured with the virtual IP address to the external interface of the NLB cluster. Since NLB is used as a cluster technique which is used to allow two or more servers to share the processing load it should be used in the scenario.
B: The configuration made with a three-node Active/Passive cluster should not be considered in the scenario because it will not help in any way.
C: The stand-alone server configuration should not be considered in the scenario because the server that is not a member of the domain will provide access to all resources that are available in it.
D: The configuration should not be used at all in the scenario as you will be responsible for have creating IP address conflicts on the network.
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