Configure TCP/IP over DHCP Using Active Directory and Domain Controller

Fernando SG 20 Reputation points
2023-10-11T07:22:32.55+00:00

Hi everyone, I need to know the correct answer(s) on the next exam question:

"About Active Directory and Domain Controller, it is correct that:

a) Active Directory uses DNS naming conventions.

b) The Active Directory inherits NT Server terminology.

c) The driver requires the NetBios interface.

d) TCP/IP configuration can be done by DHCP."

Thanks!!

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  1. Thameur-BOURBITA 32,596 Reputation points
    2023-10-11T09:43:25.5933333+00:00

    Hi @Fernando SG

    Below my answers for each question:

    a) Active Directory uses DNS naming conventions.

    Correct => Active directory use DNS naming and instead of netbios protocol.

    b) The Active Directory inherits NT Server terminology.

    The question is not clear , but if I well understand the question I say correct. Active directory comes after Windows NT so some terminology aree inherited from NT Windows

    c) The driver requires the NetBios interface.

    Not correct => Netbios is not required , and it's recommended to disable it. Netbios is replaced by DNS

    d) TCP/IP configuration can be done by DHCP."

    Not correct because a domain controller should be configured with fixed IP.

    The DHCP is recommended only for client (workstation and laptops) .


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  1. Fernando SG 20 Reputation points
    2023-10-12T08:29:07.0166667+00:00

    So, it would be correct to say that Active Directory and NT Server share some terminology such as Security Identifiers (SIDs), as mentioned in O'Reilly: "And while both share some common concepts, such as Security Identifiers (SIDs) to identify security principals"

    https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/active-directory-second/0596004664/ch01s02.html

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