What they don't want you to know MCSE Ace It! Selected questions deconstructed in the Ace It! Exam Revealed Watch out for words like "only" It could be a clue or an attempt to mislead you! You wish to set up an Exchange site with 10 servers and 600 users, only 200 of which will be connected to the server at any given time. In addition, 30 of the 600 users will only connect to the server using Outlook Web Access (OWA). How many client access licenses do you need? A. 30 B. 200 C. 230 D. 570 E. 600 Answer: D Add points to your score with Inside Scoop Get the author's unique insights into what you really need to know and how the exam really works. You can easily add points to your score! Self-Assessment Are You Prepared? Find out what you know and what you don't know at the start of each chapter. Then skip ahead to save hours even days of your valuable time. Have You Mastered? Test what you learned and find out what you need to review before moving on. Check references to the chapter content as needed. Practice Exam Gain experience and confidence with answers and analyses, question by question plus references to specific chapters for review as needed. Know This Key information on your exam Test Tip How to get correct answers Test Trap Common exam question pitfalls Pop Quiz Test your study effectiveness www.idgbooks.com
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About the Author Walter J. Glenn is a freelance networking consultant, writer, and editor in Huntsville, Alabama, who has been working in the computer industry for 13 years. As a consultant, he provides solutions for small- to medium-size businesses and has designed and implemented networks for a number of companies. Walter holds several certifications, including MCSE, MCP + Internet, and MCT. He specializes in Microsoft-based Internet and networking technologies, including Windows NT Server 4.0, Internet Information Server, Exchange Server, and TCP/IP. He has coauthored several certification titles in these areas. Walter holds bachelor's degrees in literature and biology (along with minors in computer science and chemistry) from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.