The following questions reinforce key information presented in this chapter. If you're unable to answer a question, review the appropriate lesson and then try again. Appendix A, "Questions and Answers," provides answers to the questions.
- List five critical issues that you should consider when assessing the network for migration.
- Think of at least three types of traffic you should monitor.
- Why is it important to take stock of your DNS servers?
- A company's sales staff needs to dial in to the network's routing and remote access servers for e-mail, inventory levels, current prices, and specials offered by the company. When considering the migration of their RRAS, DHCP, and DNS servers, think of and write down as many settings as possible that you will need to consider if a restructure involves the total reinstallation of all the services from Windows NT to Windows 2000.
- When using the Windows NT file and folder replication service, when would you make an exception to migrating the export server last?
- Why might keeping RRAS available during the migration to Windows 2000 create a potential security risk?