Windows Server Admin Chapter 11

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LESSON 11 Knowledge Assessment Fill in the Blank: Complete the following exercise by filling in the blanks with the appropriate terms from this lesson. 1. You enable (auditing) using Group Policy and view the results using the Event Viewer console. 2. A condition in which a system allocates memory for a task but does not reclaim all of it when the task ends is called a (memory leak.) 3. Counters and instances are elements you use with a tool in the Reliability and Performance snap-in called (Performance Monitor.) 4. To capture performance counter readings for later evaluation, you must create a (data collector set.) 5. The main display that first appears when you open the Reliability and Performance snap-in is called (Resource Overview.) 6. A set of performance counter readings, captured under normal operating conditions, which you can save and compare to readings taken at a later time, is called a (baseline.) 7. The tool in Windows Server 2008 that automatically calculates a stability index is called (Reliability Monitor.) 8. Windows Server 2008 packages information about system activities into individual units called (events.) 9. A hardware or software component that is operating below par, slowing down the performance of the system, is called a (bottleneck.) 10. To view the Windows Server 2008 system logs, you must use the (Event Viewer snap-in.) Multiple Choice: Select one or more correct answers for each of the following questions. 1. Which of the following is not one of the event types found in the Windows Server 2008 event logs? b a. Information b. Admin c. Warning d. Critical 2. Which of the following logs from the Applications and Services Logs folder in the Event Viewer console are disabled and hidden by default? a,c a. Analytic b. Admin c. Debug

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