Windows Server Administrator Interview | Question & Answers

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Are you looking for your dream job as a Windows Server Administrator? I have no doubt on your windows server administration skills but most of the times people with good experience and a high skill also fails to pass the interview for Windows Server Administrator because of the kind of windows server interview questions asked by the interviewers. In this article, I would discuss with you some of the most commonly asked windows interview questions by the interviewer for Windows Server Administrator positions. Read More: https://www.temok.com/blog/windows-server-interview-questions/

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TEMOK.COM 32 Most Commonly Asked Windows Server Administrator Interview Questions (With Answers)

1. In the context of the Registry, how do you define “tattooing”?:

1. In the context of the Registry, how do you define “tattooing”? Registry suggests that customers can change and view the preference of the customers that are not placed away in the preserved prescribed Registry portions. Irrespective of the assembly approach is evacuated or changed, the preference of the client will currently be kept in the registry. TEMOK.COM

2. What is an Active Directory?:

2. What is an Active Directory? Active Directory is an organization of the inventory in a library to gather objects such as computers, customer profiles, etc It effectively controls the framework through Domain Controllers that are available at many zones with the database of the Active Directory. TEMOK.COM

3. Distinguish between a computer process and a thread. :

3. Distinguish between a computer process and a thread. Thread A thread comprises many executable programs that collaborate as a solitary process. Computer Process In computing, a process is a computer program case that is performed repeatedly by a computer, that can run numerous programs on computer at the same time. TEMOK.COM

4. What do you know about authorizing DHCP Servers in Active Directory?:

4. What do you know about authorizing DHCP Servers in Active Directory? In case, a DHCP server is to function in an Active Directory domain (and the domain controller is not used to running it) it should first be approved to Active directory. TEMOK.COM

5. What Is Group Policy?:

5. What Is Group Policy? Group Policy is a Microsoft Windows NT feature that is also a family of OS that manages the work setting of computer accounts and user accounts. Group Policy offers the central configuration management and of OS, users’ settings, and applications in an Active Directory setting.  TEMOK.COM

6. List flexible single master operations (FSMO) roles by Windows Server?:

6. List flexible single master operations (FSMO) roles by Windows Server? Infrastructure Master Schema Master PDC RID Master Domain Naming Master TEMOK.COM

7. What do you understand by domains, forests and trees?:

7. What do you understand by domains, forests and trees? The rational units of any organization of Active Directory are usually called tree, domain, and forest. A tree is an assortment of domains in the Active Directory that starts at one root and branches out into child domains, peripheral The domains collection is often known as “forest” that shares general logical structure, inventory, registry pattern and registry setup. TEMOK.COM

8. What is Group Policy Objects (GPO) and list different kinds of GPO?:

8. What is Group Policy Objects (GPO) and list different kinds of GPO? The setting that controls the client records the workplace, and also computer records, are called Group Policy Object (GPO). Local GPO: These are put away on close devices. Nonlocal GPO: These are available on Active Directory and are put away on a domain controller. TEMOK.COM

9. Can we link third-party Directory service to an Active Directory?:

9. Can we link third-party Directory service to an Active Directory? Yes, why not, it is possible to link third-party directory services to Active Directory with by using different versions of Microsoft. dirXML or LDAP can be used to link Active Directory to other retailers. TEMOK.COM

10. What commands you will use to check TCP/IP configurations?:

10. What commands you will use to check TCP/IP configurations? Ipconfig: To check the IP setup of the computer, we can use the command Ipconfig and additionally it can be very well applied to reestablish the IP address of the users if it is specified by a DHCP server. Ping: To check the link among the computer in use and the other computers, we can use the Ping command. TEMOK.COM

11. What do you know about working of IntelliMirror?:

11. What do you know about working of IntelliMirror? IntelliMirror supports to settle settings of desktop, stored files and applications for users especially the one who move among workstations and works offline. TEMOK.COM

12. How you can install an app MSI file when the is not available?:

12. How you can install an app MSI file when the is not available? To install the application without using the MSI file, the Software Installer. ZAP text file can be used in its place. TEMOK.COM

13. What is the goal of installing local DNS servers?:

13. What is the goal of installing local DNS servers? A local DNS server offers the local mapping of fully competent domains to IP addresses. To resolve requests concerning the domains on network, local DNS servers can offer record data to distant DNS servers. TEMOK.COM

14. What’s new in Windows Server 2019?:

14. What’s new in Windows Server 2019? Support for Kubernetes Storage Space Direct Storage Replica Improved Windows Defender Windows Subsystem for Linux Other GUI new features from Win10 version 1809 Storage Migration Service System Insights TEMOK.COM

15. What is Windows Server’s default user interface?:

15. What is Windows Server’s default user interface? Windows PowerShell is said to be the default user interface and command-Line Shell made by Microsoft. The main goal of the PowerShell is to systematize administrative tasks that work both remote and local windows machines. .NET Framework is used to build PowerShell. TEMOK.COM

16. What is INODE?:

16. What is INODE? The file’s metadata are kept by INODE holds; INODE is said to be a unique pointer to a disk block. You can also say that it is a unique number owed to a file in UNIX-like Operating system. TEMOK.COM

17. Explain what is RAID in Windows Server?:

17. Explain what is RAID in Windows Server? For storing the same data at a different place RAID or Redundant Array of Independent Disks strategy is used. It is a strategy for building fault tolerance and increase storage capacity. On separate drives it allows you to combine one or more volumes so that they are accessed by a single drive letter TEMOK.COM

18. What Are the System Administrator Roles?:

18. What Are the System Administrator Roles? The System Administrator role varies in the organization. The 2 key System Admin tasks are Supporting, Installing and maintaining computers & servers. Install patches & OS Updates Access user’s administration Creating and Restoring system backups Access control Review system logs access administration Planning Disaster recovery Comply with password needs System audit logging TEMOK.COM

19. Can you name Different Version of Windows Server?:

19. Can you name Different Version of Windows Server? The version of windows servers till now are: Windows Server 2003 (2003) Windows Server 2003 R2 (2005) Windows Server 2008 (2008) Windows Server 2008 R2 (2009) Windows Server 2012 (2012) Windows Server 2012 R2 (2013) Windows Server 2016 (2016) TEMOK.COM

20. What is the global catalog?:

20. What is the global catalog? The Global Catalog is a kind of database that comprises all of the data relating to objects in Active Directory environment domains. 21. Explain the difference between local, universal and global groups? Domain local groups allocate access approvals to international groups of domains for local resources of the domain. Global groups offer access to other trusted domains’ resources. The Universal groups grant access to all trusted domains resources. TEMOK.COM

22. Can Active Directory Partitions Be Restored?:

22. Can Active Directory Partitions Be Restored? We can authoritatively restore the objects from domain and configuration partition. Authoritative restores of schema-naming are not supported here. 23. Explain different types of active directory partitions. Configuration Partition– it is a partition that stores all the data of Active Directory. The data comprises site-link, Site, subnet etc. This partition copies all domain controllers that are available in the Forest. Application Partition– it stores the information of applications in Active Directory. For examples DomainDNSZones and ForestDNSZones . Schema Partition–It stores all the information of the objects and their qualities; it copies to other domain controllers in the Forest Domain Partitions– it stores the domain information that includes a computer, user, printer, group, etc. It also copies to all domain controllers in the domain. TEMOK.COM

24. What is a Proxy Server?:

24. What is a Proxy Server ? It is a computer that is actually a doorway between a local network (such as all computers in one organization or in a building) and a larger-scale system such as the Internet. 25. What is WINS server? Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) servers map the IP addresses to NetBIOS names. This lets employers access resources by name of the computer rather than the IP address TEMOK.COM

26. Define Dora Procedure & its usage.:

26. Define Dora Procedure & its usage . Discover, request, Offer and acknowledgement. it is used to automatically allocate an IP address to systems of the client. 27. In which order the GPOs are applied? We can apply the GPO in an order of Local Group Policy object site, Domain and organizational units. TEMOK.COM

28. Can you state a few benefits of GPMC?:

28. Can you state a few benefits of GPMC? One of the major benefits of GPMC is its easy management of all GPOs diagonally the whole Active Directory Forest View of GPOs in one list. We can do the GPOs backup and restore, Immigration of GPOs across many forest and domains. 29. How you will do the backup for Group policy? 1.For back up, one single GPO, right-click the GPO and then click Back Up. 2.For backup, all GPOs in the domain, right-click Group Policy Objects and click Back Up All. TEMOK.COM

30. What is the group nesting?:

30. What is the group nesting? When we add one group as an element of another group is known as ‘group nesting’. It also helps in easy management and reduced traffic replication. 31. What is Domain control? A domain controller is a server that manages the security requests from other servers and computers in the Windows Server domain. There are two kinds of the domain controller that is a backup domain controller and a primary domain controller. TEMOK.COM

32. What is tree?:

32. What is tree? A tree is actually a collection of domains in the Active Directory that starts at one root and branches out into child domains, peripheral. This can similarly comprise an adjoining namespace linked in a transitive order. TEMOK.COM

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