Using NTFS Quiz

This quiz covers the the training module “NTFS”. This module contains three lessons.
Here is a summary of the previous lessons.

NTFS Security

Disk Quotas

Compression and Encryption

Using NTFS Quiz

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Question 1
You are the administrator of your company's network. You are responsible for setting up disk quotas for users of a shared volume. However users are still able to go over the 2GB quota limit. The quota configuration dialog is shown in the picture below. What did you forget to do?
Using NTFS Quiz

Question 1

A
You forgot to configure which users and groups to apply the quota to.
B
You forgot to check the Deny disk space to users exceeding quota limit checkbox.
C
Disk Quotas aren't supported on NTFS v5.0 volumes.
D
Deny users access to the volume by using the Limit NTFS prmission.
Question 2
Unlike share permissions, NTFS Permissions can be assigned to individual files as well as folders. (True or False?)
A
True
B
False
Question 3
Which of the following NTFS Folder permissions will allow a user to traverse a folder?
A
Read
B
Write
C
Modify
D
Change
E
Read and Execute
Question 4
Which of the following NTFS Permissions will allow a user to take ownership of a file or folder?
A
Read
B
Write
C
Full Control
D
Deny
E
List Folder Contents
Question 5
Which of the following are true about NTFS? (Choose all that apply)
A
Permissions are inherited from parent to child by default.
B
Permission inheritance cannot be blocked.
C
The Deny permission takes precedence
D
By default, everyone if given full control to the root drive
Question 6
You are the administrator of your company's network. You are preparing a Windows XP Professional computer for John, a new user in the Sales department. His computer formerly belonged to an employee named Annette. John requires access to all of Annette's files, but he does not have the appropriate permissions. You log on as the local administrator and attempt to reassign permission so that John can access Annette's files. However, you receive an access denied error message. You need to ensure that John can access Annette's files. What should you do?
A
Copy Annette's account and name the new account John.
B
Give John ownership of the files and folders on the computer.
C
Grant John Allow-Change permission on the files and folders on the computer.
D
Take ownership of the files and folders on the computer, and grant John Allow-Full Control permission.
Question 7
You are the administrator of your company's network. A user named Jenny is a member of the Users group and the Support group. When Jenny attempts to save the file \\Server1\Public\Docs\memo.doc, she receives the following error message: 'Access Denied' You want Jenny to be able to change and delete all files in the Docs folder. You do not want her to have more access than is necessary What should you do?
A
Add Jenny to the Domain Admins Group.
B
Set the share permissions for the Public folder to grant Jenny Full Control permission.
C
Set the NTFS permissions for the Docs folder to grant Jenny Modify permission.
D
Set the NTFS permissions for the Public folder and its subobjects to grant Jenny Modify permission.
E
Add Jenny to the local Administrators Group.
Question 8
You are the administrator of your company's network. You install a new 120GB Hard Drive on your Windows Server 2003 file server because space has become limited. You format the new drive as NTFS and assign it the drive letter D: You then move the files from Drive C:, which is formatted with NTFS, to the new Drive. You then share the contents of the drive, allowing everyone the Change share permission. Users later report that they are unable to save or modify any files in the share. What could be a possible cause for this?
A
You should of copied the files rather than moving them
B
Because the files were moved, all permissions were lost.
C
The share permission Change is too restrictive.
D
You should of checked the Disable Permission inheritance checkbox before moving the files.
Question 9
From your Windows XP Professional computer in your test lab, you create two new folders on your C: drive, which is formatted with the NTFS file system. You assign the Staff group Modify Permission to folder A. You then place several files inside folder A. What would be the result of moving the files from folder A to folder B?
A
The files would keep the Modify permission as well as inheriting any permissions from folder B.
B
Everyone would be given Full Control of the files once they were moved into folder B
C
The files would keep the Modify permission.
D
The files would inherit the permissions from folder B erasing the Modify permission
Question 10
From your Windows XP Professional computer in your test lab, you create two new folders, Folder A on your C: drive and folder B which is located on your D: drive. Drive C: is formatted with NTFS and Drive D: is formatted with FAT32. You assign the Staff group Read and Execute Permission to folder A. You then place several files inside folder A. What would be the result of moving the files from folder A to folder B?
A
The files would keep the Modify permission as well as inheriting any permissions from folder B.
B
The files would keep the Modify permission
C
The files would inherit the permissions from folder B erasing the Modify permission.
D
Everyone would be given Full Control of the files once they were moved into folder B.
Question 11
You are the administrator of your company's network. Your personal workstation runs Windows XP Professional and is a member of an Active Directory domain called mycompany. You need to encrypt a compressed file named c:\data. You successfully encrypt the file but discover that it is not longer compressed. What is the most likely cause of this problem?
A
Encrypted files cannot be compressed.
B
A group policy is preventing the compression of encrypted files.
C
The file is stored on a FAT32 partition.
D
Only members of the administrators and the power users groups can compress and encrypt files.
Question 12
You are the administrator of your company's network. A user on your network needs to encrypt a folder that is on his Windows XP Professional laptop. His computer has two drives: Drive C and Drive D. The folder that needs to be encrypted is located on Drive D. When the user attempts to encrypt the folder, no option for encryption can be found in the folder properties. What should you do to enable the user to encrypt the folder?
A
Log on to his computer as an Administrator and run the cipher /e command.
B
Instruct the user to run the cipher /e command
C
Log on to his computer as an Administrator and run the secedit /enforce command.
D
Instruct the user to run the secedit /enforce command
E
Log on to his computer as an Administrator and run the convert d: /fs:ntfs command.
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  1. this my first time to answer the questions because i had no access of the computer what i had got a problem therefore i thank for this quiz i will take time to revise all the work that you have been sending me

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