ISA Server 2004 Training Kit issues, 3rd post

In this post, I list correct questions and answers in Part 2 of the book, that Part 1 of the book does not prepare us for answering them.

Objective 2.4, Question 1.
Part 1 does not mention the order in which clients search for autodiscovery information. ISA Server help files do not mention that, either.

Objective 3.3, Question 1.
Part 1 does not mention that administrators with Extended Monitoring permissions can export and import secret configuration information. ISA Server help files mention that, however.

Objective 3.3, Question 6.
Part 1 does not mention that ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition delegates administration only to user and group accounts that are members of the domain.

Objective 5.2, Question 4.
Part 1 does not prepare us for this question, from the protocols that are needed for L2TP and L2TP/IPSec connections, to the different icon that corresponds to an exception in the user interface.

Objective 5.3, Question 10.
Part 1 does not prepare us for this question.

Objective 5.4, Question 2.
Part 1 does not prepare us for this question.

Objective 6.1, Question 5 and Objective 6.2, Question 2.
Part 1 does not prepare us for these questions.

Objective 7.2, Question 1.
Part 1 does not prepare us for this question. Part1 should have given us more information about the type of information each report provides.

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