Windows Server & Application Developer

Implement corporate level windows server infrastructure and development of applications using ASP.NET . Apps developed with a solid testing strategy are cleaner, more flexible, and easier to change on the fly. This course provides developers and engineers with the baseline to expert level knowledge of windows server and development infrastructure, so that they can iterate through both new and existing code. NY SYSTEMS INC. introduces you in this course to some of the helpful tools for ASP.NET Core testing, including Visual Studio. Then we cover concepts such as server administration, dependency injection and version control, and shows how to set up a web app for testing. Finally, we walk you through the SOAP responses and the web services implementation.

Introduction to Windows Servers and Security

Introduction to Windows Servers and Security

Windows admin .NET

1. How many versions are there in Windows Server 2008?

  • Six
  • Seven
  • Eight
  • Ten

2. Windows Server 2008 standard edition supports ?

  • File and print sharing
  • Developing server
  • Both 1 and 2
  • None

3. Windows Server 2008 enterprise edition supports ?

  • x64 and x32
  • x86 and x 64
  • x32 and x86
  • None

4. Windows Server 2008 enterprise edition supports Hot-add memory, this can add RAM without Shutting Down.

  • Select True/False

5. Windows Servers support a maximum of 72 servers, for clustering in Windows Server 2008 datacenter edition.

  • Select True/False

6. Windows Server 2008 for Itanium- Based Systems should have Maximum RAM of

  • 2 GB
  • 2 TB
  • 4 GB
  • 4 TB

7. There are nine features in Windows Server 2008

  • Select True/False

8. SCW stands for ?

  • Security Configuration Wizard
  • Server Configuration Wizard
  • Security Configuration Window
  • Server Configuration Wizard

9. Hyper-V runs only on x64 machines

  • Select True/False

10. Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition designed for only small databases.

  • Select True/False

Clustering, Powershell and Networking

Clustering, Powershell and Networking

Windows admin .NET

Advantage of Core Windows Server is

  • Less disk space and memory needed
  • More disk space and memory needed
  • Need large attack surface
  • Need GUI overhead

Enhanced Web Services is easy to write and configure Web applications for…..

  • Developer's
  • Programmer's
  • Designer's
  • Technical's

Windows Powershell needs to use 130 command-line tools

  • Yes
  • No

There are two types of Networking in Windows Server 2008?

  • Yes
  • No

One Advantage of Server-Based Networking is

  • Software applications can be shared.
  • Software applications cannot be shared.
  • Easy Backups
  • Multiple Login’s

TCP stands for……….?

  • Transmission Control Planning
  • Transmission Communication Planning
  • Transmission Communication Protocol
  • Transmission Control Protocol

Peer-to-Peer Networking spreads, resource administration among which members of Network?

  • Only Server
  • Server and Non-Server
  • Only Non-Server
  • None

Peer-to-Peer Networking is not one of the simplest ways to configure a Network.

  • Yes
  • No

Capabilities of Virtualization able to handle up to how many processors?

  • 3
  • 6
  • 4
  • 5

Core Windows Server has ......

  • Maximum Network Configuration
  • Minimum Network Configuration
  • Minimum Server Configuration
  • Maximum Server Configuration

Networking in Windows Servers & Introduction to .Net Application Development

Networking in Windows Servers & Introduction to .Net Application Development

Windows admin .NET

An IP address can be 42 bits.

  • Yes
  • No

127.0.0.0 cannot be assigned to any network

  • Yes
  • No

How many bits can IPV6 handle ?

  • 32
  • 42
  • 64
  • 128

What do you mean by Static Addressing?

  • IP address assigned during logon
  • Assign permanent IP address
  • IP address of the router that has a connection to other networks

DHCP stands for .....

  • Domain Host Control Protocol
  • Domain Host Configuration Protocol
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • Dynamic Host Control Protocol

What translates domain and computer names to IP address?

  • Domain Name System
  • Dynamic Domain Name System
  • Windows Internet Naming Service
  • Domain Host Configuration Protocol

To configure TCP/IP what addresses you will choose?

  • Automated addressing
  • Static or Dynamic Addressing
  • Physical Addresses
  • IP Address

JIT stands for Just-In-Time

  • Yes
  • No

Intermediate Language for .NET Framework is……………

  • JIT
  • MSIL
  • Bytecode
  • CLR

What sits on top of OS to provide a Virtual Environment for hosting managed applications?

  • JVM
  • CLR
  • JIT
  • MSIL

Managed Code and C#

Managed Code and C#

Windows admin .NET

Which language is not in .NET language compiler list?

  • Java
  • C++
  • Linux
  • COBOL

Inheritance and Interfaces in C++ Syntax can be done as below:

  • Simply use a colon and separate by commas
  • Simply use a comma and separate by dot
  • Simply use colon and separate by dot
  • Simply use commas for separation

Garbage collection is a concept of ...

  • Java
  • C++
  • C#
  • .Net

.Net is supported by Intel

  • Yes
  • No

Which of the following are Compiler Languages?

  • PL/SQL, SQL, ETL
  • Html, CSS, ALM
  • C++, JAVA, Python
  • OEM, LINUX, AIX

Safety feature of Java is

  • Automatic garbage collection
  • Structured exception handling
  • Both Above Options
  • None

Power of C++ is

  • Function Pointers.
  • Structs
  • Operator Overloading
  • All of the above

J2EE 1.4 released with features to support Web Services

  • Yes
  • No

Client-Side Validation and Server-Side Validation are the different validators in ASP.NET.

  • Yes
  • No

Caching is one of the most interesting concept and operation in ASP.NET. If you can handle it, you can run any web application by applying the caching concept depending on the requirements.

  • Yes
  • No

.net VS j2ee

.net VS j2ee

Windows admin .NET

Java is not an application server

  • Yes
  • No

Which of the products are included in the Application Server?

  • Oracle Application Server
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server
  • Both 1 and 2
  • None

Which of the following are .NET framework versions?

  • Win Forms, Web Forms
  • ADO .NET
  • WPF, WCF, WF
  • All of the above

Below are .NET Class Libraries

  • GUI Programming
  • Application Configuration
  • Collections
  • All of the above

What does CLR stands for ...

  • Common Language Runtime
  • Common Loading Runtime
  • Command Language Runtime
  • Command Loading Runtime

VM supports for strong-typing across language?

  • Yes
  • No

Languages that will run on CLR, but only within _____________ constraints

  • MSIL
  • CLR
  • Both 1 &2
  • None of the Above

____________ are the security units.

  • Assemblies
  • Libraries
  • CLR
  • MSIL

CLR data can be serialized to……………………?

  • HTML
  • XML
  • Both Above
  • None

Assembly has a set of Permissions and Corresponding Grants.

  • Yes
  • No

Advanced Schema and Web Services

Advanced Schema and Web Services

Windows admin .NET

SOAP stands for ?

  • Simple Object Access Protocol
  • Sample Object Access Protocol
  • Simple Object Automation Protocol
  • 1. Simple Object Attributed Protocol

GUI stands for Graphical Under Integration ?

  • Yes
  • No

SOAP web services are used for interprocess communication.

  • Yes
  • No

Which of the following is the transport of SOAP for sending and receiving messages?

  • HTTP
  • XML
  • FTP
  • SFTP

SOAP cannot be used a messaging protocol.

  • Yes
  • No

Which of the following is a Server side web technology, like PHP or JSP?

  • ASP .NET
  • C#
  • C++
  • BASIC

What is MVC ?

  • Model View Controller
  • Model Visit Controller
  • Material View Controller
  • Model View Correspondence

What is Ajax in ASP.NET?

  • Synchronous Java and HTML
  • Synchronous JavaScript and XML
  • Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
  • Asynchronous Java and HTML

A web service is

  • Language Independent
  • Protocol Independent
  • Platform Independent
  • All of the above

Identify the Advantages of ASP.NET?

  • Separation of Code from HTML
  • Support for compiled language
  • Graphical Development Environment
  • All of the above