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Hi this KiNg AzTeK from mexico again. I have taken my cna 5 exam # 50-639 and I am going to post some helpful questions that ive gotten from a special person. Hope this questions are helpful and if not well good luck anyways. Everytime I come in this site, their is always people asking for good dumps and it looks like no one wants to help BUT im the type of person who likes to help out people to become succesful. so here we go.


1) What type of object in a Directory would the following likely be? 1. A QMS Printer 2. Marketing 3. The City of Calgary 4. ABC Bookbinding

ANSWER 1. Leaf 2. Organizational Unit 3. Organization or Organizational Unit 4. Organization or Organizational Unit

2) What object types can be contained by the [Root] object?

ANSWER Country Organization Alias

3) Name the three classes of container object.

ANSWER Country Organization Organizational Unit

4) List 6 NetWare network services

ANSWER Novell Directory Services Security File System Novell Distributed Print Services (NDPS) Application Access Storage Management Services (SMS)

5) Describe the [Root] object.

ANSWER The top of the Directory tree, the [Root] is created by the install process. It cannot be deleted, renamed or moved.

ADDITIONAL INFO Only one [Root] per Directory, and it has no properties.

6) List the 4 containment restrictions that lead to a hierarchical tree structure

ANSWER 1. The [Root] must be at the top 2. Country (C) and Organization (O) objects are in the [Root] 3. O objects are in C objects, or under the [Root] 4. Organizational Unit (OU) objects are in O objects or in other OU Objects

7) What is a required property?

ANSWER A property which must have a value assigned to it before the object can be created. The values cannot be deleted.

ADDITIONAL INFO For example, the "Last Name" property in a user object

Cool A container object is called a _________ object if it contains other objects.


9) What is a value?

ANSWER The data assigned to a property of an object

ADDITIONAL INFO Similar to the contents of a record in a database

10) List the six steps followed when a client requests access to a resource.

ANSWER 1. Client requests resource 2. A NetWare server responds 3. NDS locates object in Directory 4. Resource location is identified 5. Client validity and authority are checked 6. Client is connected with resource

11) Describe an Organizational Unit object, in terms of where it can be located, and whether it is mandatory.

ANSWER Exists in Organization or Organization Unit Optional

12) What is a server?

ANSWER A computer that provides network resources and services to workstations and other clients

ADDITIONAL INFO Servers are not usually used as workstations.

13) What 5 workstation types are supported by NetWare 5? Which ones can be used to administer the network?

ANSWER DOS, Windows, OS/2, Macintosh, UNIX DOS, Windows

14) If it were an object in a Directory, would the user Roberto likely be a. a container b. a leaf?


15) If a user needs access to resources on 5 servers, how many logins need to be performed?


16) What type of object in a Directory would Canada likely be?

17) Define a class.

ANSWER A type of object allowed in the Directory

18) [T/F] - A network can have more than one Directory tree.


19) What is a client?

ANSWER Any device that requests network services

ADDITIONAL INFO The most common client is a workstation.

20) What is the NDS Tree?

ANSWER The hierarchical structure that stores and organizes the objects in the Directory database

21) How does the user get help on the use of NetWare Administrator?

ANSWER F1 or the Help menu

22) What type of container object is required in every tree?

ANSWER Organization

23) In object-naming terminology, define distinguished name.

ANSWER A combination of the common name and the context of an object that forms a unique name for the object. The distinguished name lists all objects in the path from the object to the [Root].

ADDITIONAL INFO A distinguished name starts with a leading period. All objects in the name are separated by periods. Trailing periods are not allowed.

24) What is NetWare?

ANSWER It is a suite of applications designed by Novell to connect, manage and maintain a network and its services. Its components run on servers or workstations.

25) Define the term current context.

ANSWER Current context (or name context) is where the user is in the Directory Tree. It determines how much of an object's distinguished name must be provided in order to access the resource.

ADDITIONAL INFO Objects in the current context can be referred to by their common names.

26) What is a leaf object?

ANSWER An object which describes a network resource

ADDITIONAL INFO Three common leaf objects are NetWare server, user, volume.

27) When you use trailing periods with a relative distinguished name, what happens?

ANSWER For each trailing period, one container name is removed from the left side of the current context. The relative distinguished name is then appended to the rest of the name

28) What type of object in a Directory would Canada likely be?

ANSWER (Not Country - name is more than 2 characters long) UNDER ADDITIONAL INFO. NOT AN ANSWER

29) Describe a country object, in terms of where it can be located, whether it is mandatory, and how many characters long its country abbreviations can be.

ANSWER Exists in [Root] Optional 2 characters

30) [T/F] - If you have the correct rights, any NetWare 5 server can connect you to the resource you need.


31) What is an object?

ANSWER A unit of information about a network resource in the Directory

ADDITIONAL INFO It is similar to a record in a database

32) What is a leaf object's common name?

ANSWER The name shown next to a leaf object in the Directory Tree

ADDITIONAL INFO The common name is a relative distinguished name.

33) What is a multivalued property?

ANSWER A property which can have more than one value assigned to it

ADDITIONAL INFO For example, the "Telephone Number" property in a user object

34) Why does a multiple-container tree have a big impact on how network resources are accessed?

ANSWER Objects are no longer in a single container, and NDS does not search the entire Directory tree to find an object. This means that NDS needs precise information (the correct object name) to find the correct object.

35) List 4 benefits of NDS.

ANSWER Central access to and management of network resources Standard method of managing and accessing the network Logical organization of network resources Dynamic mapping of object and physical resource

36) What are the naming rules for a distinguished name?

ANSWER A distinguished name starts with a leading period. All objects in the name are separated by periods. Trailing periods are not allowed.

37) List the two types of object naming.

ANSWER Distinguished name Relative distinguished name

38) Describe the difference between a network resource and a network service.

ANSWER A network resource is something you use, such as network printer. A network service is the system or method for providing the resource.

ADDITIONAL INFO There is a fine line between resources and services. If you use a service, it can also be considered a resource.

39) What is the relative distinguished name?

ANSWER It lists the path of objects leading from the named object to the current context (which provides the reference point).

40) What are the naming rules for a relative distinguished name?

ANSWER A relative distinguished name does not start with a leading period. All objects in the name are separated by periods. Trailing periods can be used.

41) What is Novell Directory Services?

ANSWER A service which maintains a database of all resources on the network, and processes client requests for network resources. It locates the resource on the network, verifies the client and connects the client with the resource.

42) The Directory database exists: a. On one server b. On several servers c. Across all servers d. Any of the above


ADDITIONAL INFO Also, a server can contain the whole Directory, part of the Directory, or none of it.

43) What is a property?

ANSWER A category of information about an object

44) Describe an Organization object, in terms of where it can be located, and whether it is mandatory.

ANSWER Exists in [Root] or Country Mandatory

45) Which utility is used to browse and view the Directory Tree?

ANSWER NetWare Administrator

ADDITIONAL INFO The utilities CX and NETADMIN can also be used, but NetWare Administrator is more common.

46) Why is typeful naming better than typeless naming?

ANSWER Typeful naming reduces confusion by using attribute type abbreviations, such as C for country, OU for Organizational Unit, etc. Without typeful naming, NDS will attempt to calculate the attribute types, but may do it wrong.

ADDITIONAL INFO If calculation of attributes is wrong, the object will not be located.

47) What is a container object?

ANSWER An object whose function is to hold other objects

ADDITIONAL INFO Container objects are used to logically group and organize objects in the Directory.

48) What is a workstations?

ANSWER A standalone computer that does its own processing and can manage its own software and data files

ADDITIONAL INFO It is able to connect to a network

49) What are the three classes of NDS object?

ANSWER [Root] container leaf

50) In object-naming terminology, define context.

ANSWER An object's position in the Directory Tree. Context is what differentiates two leaf objects with the same name.

ADDITIONAL INFO A Directory Tree cannot have two identically-named leaf objects in the same container, but they may exist if they are in different containers.

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