QOD for September 26th 2003

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by roYal, Sep 26, 2003.

  1. roYal

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    You have recently installed and configured an SUS server for your 5,000
    Windows XP Professional SP1 clients to use to download and install approved
    updates from. All clients are located in one of the ten OUs that correspond
    to the various departments within the company, with approximately 500
    computers per department. You have also configured Automatic Updates in
    Group Policy at the domain level to point all of your clients towards the
    SUS server. After a week has gone by, you have determined through
    performance monitoring that your single SUS server is being slightly
    overloaded. You decide to configure a second SUS server that your clients
    can connect to. How should you configure your clients so that half of them
    connect to the first SUS server and half of them connect to the second SUS
    server without disrupting any of the other existing Group Policies you have
    in place and without requiring any extra administrative effort on your part?
    1.. Create two new OUs and move half of the client computers into each of
    the OUs. Configure a new GPO for each OU that points the Automatic Updates
    clients towards one of the two SUS servers. Remove the Automatic Updates GPO
    that is linked to the domain.

    2.. Create two new GPOs, with one of them pointing Automatic Updates
    clients towards the first SUS server and the other pointing clients towards
    the second SUS server. Link each of the GPOs to five of the ten departmental
    OUs you have. Remove the Automatic Updates GPO that is linked to the domain.

    3.. Create a new GPO for each of the ten OUs. Configure five of the new
    GPOs to point at the first SUS server and the other five new GPOs to point
    at the second SUS server. Remove the Automatic Updates GPO that is linked to
    the domain.

    4.. Create two new OUs within each of the 10 existing OUs. Create two new
    GPOs, with one of them pointing Automatic Updates clients towards the first
    SUS server and the other pointing clients towards the second SUS server.
    Link one of the new GPOs to one of the new OUs and link the other new GPO to
    the other new OU in each of the departmental OUs. Move half of the client
    computers in each departmental OU to each of the new OUs created within the
    departmental OU. Remove the Automatic Updates GPO that is linked to the
    domain.
    The answer comes tomorrow at...
    http://www.mcseworld.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=10490

    Best,
    roYal
    www.mcseworld.com
    roYal, Sep 26, 2003
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