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Latest MCITP Interview Questions and Answers

Published on 22 March 18

One of the most worthy edition in the brigade of IT certification is MCITP or Microsoft Certified IT Professionals certification. The certification holds much of significance in the IT world owing it ability to instill unmatched skills in IT professionals.

The MCITP certification makes them competent to configure, install and troubleshoot the issues associated with the Microsoft technologies and products. They are there to ensure the hassle-free and productive deployment of Microsoft products in the real world. This Microsoft certification basically offers three specializations that can be stated as:

  1. MCITP: Database Administrator 2008
  2. MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Support Technician 7
  3. MCITP: Server Administrator

Other than that, there are various other MCITP specializations including MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator Training & Certification Courses, and MCITP: SharePoint Administrator 2010 Training & Certification Courses.

While all certification needs are taken care by the institute, we have come up with a list of frequently asked MCITP certification questions to help you out.

  • What is the use of LDAP (x.500 Standard?)

It is the directory access protocol. It is mainly used to interchange and exchange the directory information from the server to servers and from the server to clients.

  • How one can enable a trace for a particular session?

It can be done by using the command DBMS_SESSION.SET_SQL_TRACE

  • What is the most viable method to reference a parameter indirectly?

We can easily to an indirect parameter reference by using built-in reserved keywords like NAME_IN and COPY.
For example - name_in (’capital parameter my_var’), Copy (’XXXX’,’Parameter my_var’) command could be used.

  • What do you mean by SYSVOL folder?

It is basically used to copy the file-based data available on window domain controller. As it workable only when junctions are used in the folder structure, Windows NT file system (NTFS) version 5.0 is highly necessitate.

  • How can you take DNS and Wins, DHCP Backup?

It can be done by following commands:

  1. For DNS - %Systemroot%/system32/dns
  2. For WINS - %Systemroot%/system32/WINS
  3. For DHCP - %Systemroot%/system32/DHCP
  • How NTFS is different from FAT?

NTFS is the current file system widely used by Windows. It provides many worthy features like security permissions, quotas, and shadowing. On the other hand, FAT is the previous Microsoft file system which was basically used by Windows 9X line. by using the file system, Window could be installed on a FAT32 partition up to XP. Unlike NTFS, no such features are offered by FAT.

  • How will you create a backup for active directory in Windows Server 2008?

In Windows Server 2008, there is no direct method to create a backup of the system data. It can be only done by commanding the line up in the active directory. The steps are as followed:

  1. Type cmd in the command prompt and hit enter.
  2. Now type wbadmin start systemstatebackup -backup target:e: and hit Enter.
  3. Give y as input and press Enter. Your backup process will start in no time.
  • Tell us about the main Email ports?

The most common Emails ports that are used widely are:

  1. Port 80 for establishing HTTP connection.
  2. Port 25 for the SMTP while 465 for secure SMTP
  3. Port 110 for POP3 and 143 for IMAP.

Apart from this, some multimedia and secure mailing ports are:

  1. 993 for IMAP4 over SSL (IMAPS)
  2. 995 for Secure POP3 (SSL and POP)
  3. 585 for Secure IMAP (IMAP4 and SSL)
  • What are the main three advisory statistics that an MCITP Database Administrator can collect?

A Database Administrator can collect these three main advisory statistics:

  1. Buffer Cache Advice
  2. Timed Statistics
  3. Segment Level Statistics
  • How many classes are available there for IP addresses? Tell us about their range.

There are mainly five classes of an IP address and their ranges are: They are

  1. Class A === 0 -126*
  2. Class B ==== 128- 191
  3. Class C ==== 192-223
  4. Class D ==== 224-239
  5. Class E ==== 240-255

* 127 is reserved for loopback

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