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    The following 10 questions test your knowledge of native mode in
    Configuration Manager 2007.
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Are public key infrastructure (PKI) certificates a requirement for native
   mode in Configuration Manager?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Are public key infrastructure (PKI) certificates a requirement for native
   mode in Configuration Manager?




          Correct! Native mode requires three different types of PKI certificates.
          These are for the site server, site systems, and clients.

          For More Information:
          Prerequisites for Native Mode

          Certificate Requirements for Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Are public key infrastructure (PKI) certificates a requirement for native
   mode in Configuration Manager?




          Incorrect. Native mode requires three different types of PKI
          certificates. These are for the site server, site systems, and clients.

          For More Information:
          Prerequisites for Native Mode

          Certificate Requirements for Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is a Microsoft PKI required for native mode in Configuration Manager?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is a Microsoft PKI required for native mode in Configuration Manager?




          Incorrect. The PKI certificate requirements adhere to version 3 of the
          X.509 certificate format. Any PKI solution that can create, deploy, and
          manage the certificates that Configuration Manager 2007 requires for native
          mode can be used for the native mode certificates in Configuration Manager
          2007.

          For More Information:
          Determine If You Can Use Your Existing PKI (Native Mode)

          Deploying the PKI Certificates Required for Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is a Microsoft PKI required for native mode in Configuration Manager?




          Correct! The PKI certificate requirements adhere to version 3 of the
          X.509 certificate format. Any PKI solution that can create, deploy, and
          manage the certificates that Configuration Manager 2007 requires for native
          mode can be used for the native mode certificates in Configuration Manager
          2007.

          For More Information:
          Determine If You Can Use Your Existing PKI (Native Mode)

          Deploying the PKI Certificates Required for Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is native mode used only with Internet-based client management?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is native mode used only with Internet-based client management?




          Incorrect. Native mode is a requirement for Internet-based client
          management and optional (but recommended) for sites that manage clients
          on the intranet.

          For More Information:
          Benefits of using Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is native mode used only with Internet-based client management?




          Correct! Native mode is a requirement for Internet-based client
          management and optional (but recommended) for sites that manage clients
          on the intranet.

          For More Information:
          Benefits of using Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is native mode a hierarchy-wide setting, preventing you from having some
   Configuration Manager sites in native mode and some in mixed mode?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is native mode a hierarchy-wide setting, preventing you from having some
   Configuration Manager sites in native mode and some in mixed mode?




          Incorrect. Native mode in Configuration Manager is a site setting that
          you set individually on each primary site, although any attached secondary
          sites will automatically inherit the site mode.

          For More Information:
          Prerequisites for Native Mode

          Benefits of using Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is native mode a hierarchy-wide setting, preventing you from having some
   Configuration Manager sites in native mode and some in mixed mode?




          Correct! Native mode in Configuration Manager is a site setting that you
          set individually on each primary site, although any attached secondary sites
          will automatically inherit the site mode.

          For More Information:
          Prerequisites for Native Mode

          Benefits of using Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is it true that you should not install or migrate a Configuration Manager site to
   native mode if its parent site is in mixed mode?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is it true that you should not install or migrate a Configuration Manager site to
   native mode if its parent site is in mixed mode?




          Correct! Configuration Manager will not prevent you from installing or
          migrating a child site to native mode when its parent site is in mixed mode,
          but this configuration will not work. If the parent site is in mixed mode, the
          child site must also be in mixed mode.

          For More Information:
          Choose between Native Mode and Mixed Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is it true that you should not install or migrate a Configuration Manager site to
   native mode if its parent site is in mixed mode?




          Incorrect. Configuration Manager will not prevent you from installing or
          migrating a child site to native mode when its parent site is in mixed mode,
          but this configuration will not work. If the parent site is in mixed mode, the
          child site must also be in mixed mode.

          For More Information:
          Choose between Native Mode and Mixed Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does native mode secure all the traffic in a Configuration Manager site?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does native mode secure all the traffic in a Configuration Manager site?




          Incorrect. Native mode secures some client-to-site-system server
          communication with mutual authentication and SSL. It does not secure
          communication to all site system servers, such as the server locator point
          and fallback status point, and it does not secure communication between site
          systems or between sites.
          To secure all traffic in a Configuration Manager site, use IPsec.

          For More Information:
          Client Communication in Mixed Mode and Native Mode

          Implementing IPsec in Configuration Manager 2007
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does native mode secure all the traffic in a Configuration Manager site?




          Correct! Native mode secures some client-to-site-system server
          communication with mutual authentication and SSL. It does not secure
          communication to all site system servers, such as the server locator point
          and fallback status point, and it does not secure communication between site
          systems or between sites.
          To secure all traffic in a Configuration Manager site, use IPsec.

          For More Information:
          Client Communication in Mixed Mode and Native Mode

          Implementing IPsec in Configuration Manager 2007
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does Configuration Manager 2007 automatically deploy the PKI
   certificates that are required for native mode?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does Configuration Manager 2007 automatically deploy the PKI
   certificates that are required for native mode?




          Incorrect. The PKI certificates required for native mode must be
          deployed externally to Configuration Manager before the site is installed in
          native mode or before the site is migrated from mixed mode to native mode.

          For More Information:
          Deploying the PKI Certificates Required for Native Mode

          Administrator Checklist: Migrating a Site to Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does Configuration Manager 2007 automatically deploy the PKI
   certificates that are required for native mode?




          Correct! The PKI certificates required for native mode must be
          deployed externally to Configuration Manager before the site is installed in
          native mode or before the site is migrated from mixed mode to native mode.

          For More Information:
          Deploying the PKI Certificates Required for Native Mode

          Administrator Checklist: Migrating a Site to Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is a fallback status point required for native mode?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is a fallback status point required for native mode?




          Incorrect. A fallback status point receives error messages from clients
          that cannot communicate with their management point. A fallback status
          point never communicates over HTTPS and can therefore receive client error
          messages over HTTP when native mode communication fails. This helps
          administrators identify clients that cannot communicate in native mode (for
          example, because of certificate issues) and are therefore unmanaged until
          the problem is resolved.

          For More Information:
          About the Fallback Status Point in Configuration Manager

          Determine If You Should Install a Fallback Status Point for Configuration
          Manager Clients
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Is a fallback status point required for native mode?




          Correct! A fallback status point receives error messages from clients
          that cannot communicate with their management point. A fallback status
          point never communicates over HTTPS and can therefore receive client error
          messages over HTTP when native mode communication fails. This helps
          administrators identify clients that cannot communicate in native mode (for
          example, because of certificate issues) and are therefore unmanaged until
          the problem is resolved.

          For More Information:
          About the Fallback Status Point in Configuration Manager

          Determine If You Should Install a Fallback Status Point for Configuration
          Manager Clients
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does the Active Directory schema have to be extended to use native
   mode in Configuration Manager 2007?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does the Active Directory schema have to be extended to use native
   mode in Configuration Manager 2007?



        Incorrect. Configuring native mode on the intranet is easier when the
        site is publishing to Active Directory Domain Services because a number of
        settings related to native mode are stored in Active Directory Domain
        Services, such as the instruction to automatically switch mixed-mode clients
        to native mode, and settings related to certificate selection.
        If clients cannot retrieve these settings from Active Directory Domain
        Services, they can be configured with CCMSetup command-line options. If
        Configuration Manager clients are only on the Internet and never connect to
        the intranet, the Internet-only clients cannot retrieve settings from Active
        Directory Domain Services and must be configured with CCMSetup
        command line options.

        For More Information:
        Prerequisites for Native Mode

        Administrator Checklist: Migrating a Site to Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Does the Active Directory schema have to be extended to use native
   mode in Configuration Manager 2007?



        Correct! Configuring native mode on the intranet is easier when the site
        is publishing to Active Directory Domain Services because a number of
        settings related to native mode are stored in Active Directory Domain
        Services, such as the instruction to automatically switch mixed-mode clients
        to native mode, and settings related to certificate selection.
        If clients cannot retrieve these settings from Active Directory Domain
        Services, they can be configured with CCMSetup command-line options. If
        Configuration Manager clients are only on the Internet and never connect to
        the intranet, the Internet-only clients cannot retrieve settings from Active
        Directory Domain Services and must be configured with CCMSetup
        command line options.

        For More Information:
        Prerequisites for Native Mode

        Administrator Checklist: Migrating a Site to Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Can Configuration Manager check whether clients are ready for native
   mode?
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Can Configuration Manager check whether clients are ready for native
   mode?




          Correct! Running the Configuration Manager Native Mode Readiness
          tool can help you determine whether Configuration Manager 2007 client
          computers have a valid certificate for successful native mode communication
          before you migrate the site into native mode.

          For More Information:
          How to Determine if Client Computers are Ready for Native Mode
 Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz

Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



   Can Configuration Manager check whether clients are ready for native
   mode?




          Incorrect. Running the Configuration Manager Native Mode Readiness
          tool can help you determine whether Configuration Manager 2007 client
          computers have a valid certificate for successful native mode communication
          before you migrate the site into native mode.

          For More Information:
          How to Determine if Client Computers are Ready for Native Mode
Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz


    Where to go next:
    For an administrator workflow for deploying the PKI certificates required
    for Configuration Manager native mode, see the following resources:
    Administrator Workflow: Deploying the PKI Requirements for Native Mode
    Administrator Checklist: Deploying the PKI Requirements for Native Mode


    For an administrator workflow to migrate a mixed-mode site to native
    mode:
    Administrator Workflow: Migrating a Site to Native Mode
    Administrator Checklist: Migrating a Site to Native Mode


    For a step-by-step walkthrough of how you can deploy the PKI certificates
    required for native mode using a Microsoft enterprise certification
    authority:
    Step-By-Step Example Deployment of the PKI Certificates Required for
    Configuration Manager Native Mode
Configuration Manager 2007 Native Mode Quiz


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