Pop Quiz: Windows Server 2012 R2: Upgrading SYSVOL to DFSR
Applies to the "Configure the Active Directory infrastructure" objective of Exam 70-412.
Q: A company's directory services team needs to upgrade SYSVOL (System Volume) replication to DFSR (Distributed File System Replication) available in Windows Server 2012.
Which command is used to upgrade SYSVOL replication to DFSR?
Answer is D. If critical problems occur during the migration process before migrating to the Eliminated state, or if it is determined that replication of the SYSVOL folder by DFS Replication does not meet the needs of the network, a roll back of migration can take place to a previous state.
Quick Tip: There are 4 states of SYSVOL migration to DFSR. Use this link for a very well explained set of steps and the commands needed;
Bonus Question: Which technology available in Windows Server 2012 allows information authors to limit access to documents for information consumers? (The answer, of course, will be revealed next time!)
Answer to bonus question from last week: The Active Directory trust relationships that are intra-forest only are shortcut trusts.
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