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« on: November 29, 2000, 01:03:00 AM »

Q1. A proxy server is installed at remote office to dial in to main office.
Users at remote office need to access their mailboxes located on an exchange server at the main office.
Required results:
must allow remote office users to send/receive emails
must be connected on demand
must not allow user access between 6pm - 8am
Optional results:
must re-dial on failure
must disconnect after 10 minutes of idle
Proposed solution:
Disable RAS auto dial manager, enable RAS connection manager, disable dial on lo in proxy auto dial, select the RAS phonebook entry and provide dial credentials, dialing hours to 8am - 6pm.
The proposed solution:
A. met the required results and all optional results
B. met the required results and only some of the optional results
C. met the required results and none of the optional results
D. does not meet the required results
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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2000, 02:34:00 AM »

I'd say "C" - Req. but none of the optional satisfied.

The proposed solution doesn't take any steps to re-dial on failure. You would need to enable Redial on Link failure in the User Pref's of the Phonebook entry.
It also doesn't take into account disconnecting after 10 minutes of inactiviety (in which you would type 600 in the idle seconds before hanging up field).

I could be wrong... anyone else wanna take a stab at it.

Sorry I couldn't give you a more 100% sure answer to it.

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« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2000, 02:57:00 AM »

I think that the answer is -D

Because the disable Auto-dial manager for RAS and enable RAS connection manager. This would not allow you to establish a connection if using Proxy Server. I don't know if that is right or not. Something I thought that I read somewhere.
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« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2000, 03:55:00 AM »

Ok here is my 2p's worth using what I know about Proxy 2.0 & common sense from NT4.0:

Users at remote office need to access their mailboxes located on an exchange server at the main office.

Required results:
R1.must allow remote office users to send/receive emails (Needs SMTP support on port 25)
R2.must be connected on demand (Needs dial on demand)
R3.must not allow user access between 6pm - 8am (Set in the security section in the MMC for Proxy services)

Optional results:
O1.must re-dial on failure (needs Auto-Dial)
O2.must disconnect after 10 minutes of idle (Set in the Modem properties in control panel as well as the Dial-up Networking Ones)

Proposed solution:
Disable RAS auto dial manager (O1 & R2 are out as a result.)
Enable RAS connection manager
Disable dial on lo in proxy auto dial,
Select the RAS phonebook entry and provide dial credentials (Pre-requisite for proxy to function)
dialing hours to 8am - 6pm. (Meets R3 requirements)

Thus we have:
R1,2 & O1,2 are not meet Hence "D" is the only answer.

The proposed solution:
A. met the required results and all optional results
B. met the required results and only some of the optional results
C. met the required results and none of the optional results
D. does not meet the required results *********** Correct

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« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2000, 03:31:00 PM »

I re-read this again, and apologize for the mistake.  (I can't believe I overlooked that)

Yup answer is "D"

Thanks Yeti

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