Microsoft 70-346 Exam

Which two name resolution strategies can you use? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.

You have an Office 365 tenant that uses an Enterprise E3 subscription. You have two servers in a perimeter network that have the Active Directory Federation
Services (AD FS) proxy role service installed. A federation server farm is located behind a firewall.
You need to ensure that the AD FS proxies can communicate with the federation server farm.
Which two name resolution strategies can you use? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.

  • A. HOSTS file on the proxy servers
  • B. DNS server in the perimeter network
  • C. LMHOSTS file on the proxy servers
  • D. LMHOSTS file on the federation servers
  • E. HOSTS file on the federation servers
Answer: Option A. B.
Explanation: 

Configure Name Resolution for a Federation Server Proxy in a DNS Zone That Serves Only the PerimeterNetwork
So that name resolution can work successfully for a federation server in an Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) scenario in which one or more Domain
Name System (DNS) zones serve only the perimeter network, the following tasks must be completed:
— The hosts file on the federation server proxy must be updated to add the IP address of a federation server.
— DNS in the perimeter network must be configured to resolve all client requests for the AD FS host name to the federation server proxy. To do this, you add a host (A) resource record to perimeter DNS for the federation server proxy.
References:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd807045.aspx

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