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TS: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring: 70-236 Exam

70-236 Questions & Answers

Exam Code: 70-236

Exam Name: TS: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring

Q & A: 72 Q&As

1: You need to generate a report on all of the Exchange Server 2007 computers in your Exchange 
organization. The report must include:
Operating system
versionNumber of processors
Total physical memory
Number of storage groups
Number of mailbox databases 
What should you do?
A.Run the Get-ExchangeServer | Format-List cmdlet.
B.Run the Get-OrganizationConfig cmdlet.
C.Run the Test-SystemHealth cmdlet.
D.Run the Health Check scan in the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer.
Correct Answers: D
2: After a brief network outage, your monitoring system alerts you that a significant number of 
SMTP queues on your Hub Transport server are in a retry status. You need to force the Hub 
Transport server to send the queued e-mail immediately. Which cmdlet should you run?
A.Retry-queue -filter {status -eq "retry"}
B.Retry-queue -filter {status -eq "suspended"}
C.Resume-queue -filter {status -eq "retry"}
D.Resume-queue -filter {status -eq "suspended"}
Correct Answers: A
3: Some of your companys mobile sales representatives use portable computers that run Microsoft 
Office Outlook 2007 and are configured to connect to your Exchange Server 2007 organization by 
using Outlook Anywhere. You need to monitor your environment to verify that these mobile users 
are able to connect to the Exchange organization, and that performance meets or exceeds the 
company standard. Which two cmdlets should you run? (Each correct answer presents part of the 
solution. Choose two.)
Correct Answers: A C 
4: The servers in your Exchange Server 2007 environment are configured as shown in the 
following table.
Internal users report that they are not receiving external e-mail. You use the Exchange Queue Viewer on your desktop computer to investigate the problem. You 
do not see any messages in the queue. 
You need to be able to view the undelivered messages. 
What should you do?
A.Open the Queue Viewer on Server2.
B.Run the Get-Queue -Identity Server3 cmdlet.
C.Modify the Refresh interval (seconds) option in Queue Viewer.
D.Modify the Number of items to display per page option in Queue Viewer.
Correct Answers: A
5: Your native Exchange Server 2007 organization contains 10 Exchange servers. The roles on 
these servers are configured as shown in the following table.
You need to generate a single report that indicates the number of disconnected mailboxes in your 
environment and how much storage space these mailboxes consume. You need to export the report 
to a file. 
What should you do?
A.Run the Get-MailboxServer | Get-MailboxStatistics | Where {$_.DisconnectDate -ne $null} | 
Export-Csv -Path c:\tmp\disconnect.csv cmdlet.
B.Run the Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxStatistics | Where {$_.DisconnectDate -ne $null} | 
Export-Csv -Path c:\tmp\disconnect.csv cmdlet.
C.Run the Get-Recipient -RecipientType MailboxUser | Export-Csv -Path c:\tmp\disconnect.csv 
cmdlet. Then, open disconnect.csv and remove all entries for active mailboxes.
D.In the Exchange Management Console, expand the Recipient Configuration work center and 
select the Disconnected Mailbox node.
Correct Answers: A
6: You want to gather information about user connectivity on an Exchange Server 2007 Mailbox 
server named Exch1. You need to generate a report of all Exch1 mailboxes that displays the latest 
user logon time. What should you do?
A.In Performance Monitor, add the Active Client Logons counter with _Total instances from the 
MSExchangeIS Mailbox object.
B.Run the Get-Mailbox -Server Exch1 cmdlet.
C.Run the Get-MailboxStatistics -Server Exch1 cmdlet.
D.Run the Get-LogonStatistics -Server Exch1 cmdlet.
Correct Answers: C
7: Your Exchange Server 2007 organization has three Exchange servers, as shown in the following 
A user in your Exchange organization sends a message to a recipient outside of your company. 
The recipients address is [email protected], and Latest Sales Figures is the subject of the 
message. Your user reports that the message has not been delivered. 
You need to find out whether the message has left your Exchange organization. 
Which cmdlet should you run on the Hub Transport server?
A.Get-Recipient -Filter {PrimarySmtpAddress -eq "[email protected]"}
B.Get-Message -Filter {Subject -eq "Latest Sales Figures"}
C.Get-Queue -Filter {NextHopDomain -eq ""}
D.Get-queue -Filter {status -eq "retry"}
Correct Answers: B
8: You need to find out the total size of a users mailbox. What should you do?
A.Run the Database Troubleshooter in the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant.
B.Run the Get-MailboxDatabase cmdlet.
C.Run the Get-MailboxStatistics cmdlet.
D.Run the Get-Mailbox cmdlet.
Correct Answers: C
9: You have an Exchange Server 2007 environment. You need to create a performance baseline 
report. What should you do?
A.In the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer, run the Health Check scan.
B.In the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer, run the Connectivity Test scan.
C.In the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer, run the Exchange 2007 Readiness Check scan.
D.Use the Performance Troubleshooter tool.
Correct Answers: A
10: The Hub Transport server role resides on an Exchange Server 2007 computer named 
ExchHub1. Message tracking is enabled. Written company privacy policy states that the subject 
line of e-mail messages should not be stored in the tracking log. You need to track e-mail 
messages from ExchHub1 while complying with company policy. Which cmdlet should you 
A.Set-TransportServer ExchHub1 -MessageTrackingLogEnabled:$false
B.Set-TransportServer ExchHub1 MessageTrackingLogSubjectLoggingEnabled:$false
C.Set-ReceiveConnector -ProtocolLoggingLevel None
D.Get-MessageTrackingLog -Subject None
Correct Answers: B