The answers refer to a DC4 and DC5 which do not exist in the scenario - a diagram or
chart of some kind is missing. However, answer C does not make any sense. Typically you
will store the root domain DNS info in AD (AD-I zone) and set the replication to Forest DNS
Zones, i.e., to all DCs with DNS in the forest, especially the msdcs subdomain, found in the
root domain. Based on that simple fact, the answer is B, assuming that DC5 is in the root
domain of the forest.
You can control the replication scope of Domain Name System (DNS) zone data stored in
Active Directory so that only specific domain controllers in the forest participate in DNS
Jerry Honeycutt; Introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Press, Chapter 16.
Topic 2, Graphic Design Institute, Scenario
Exhibit, Existing Domain Model
Exhibit, Existing Network Infrastructure
Graphic Design Institute is a graphical design company that creates animated graphics for
several advertising companies and move theaters.
The hours of operation are 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.
The companys main office is located in Los Angeles. The company has five branch offices
in the following locations:
✑ New York
✑ San Francisco
The number of users in each office is shown in the following table.
To meet new security and customer requirements, the company wants to implement a
Windows Server 2003 Active Directory environment.
Graphic Design Institute consists of the following primary departments:
✑ Human Resources (HR)
✑ Information Technology (IT)
The IT department is responsible for all network management.
Users often work on multiple projects at the