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You work as a Server Administrator for company Inc. The company has a Windows Server 2016 based network environment. There are thirty client computers running Windows 10 and three servers running Windows Server 2016. You need to implement a system in the network that provides data access to heterogeneous network clients using SMB/CIFS. Which of the following will you use?
Correct Answer: D
Explanation/Reference: Explanation: You should use Network-attached storage (NAS). Network-attached storage (NAS) is file-level computer data storage connected to a computer network providing data access to heterogeneous network clients. NAS systems contain one or more hard disks, often arranged into logical, redundant storage containers or RAID arrays. It removes the responsibility of file serving from other servers on the network. NAS uses file-based protocols, such as NFS, SMB/CIFS, or AFP. NAS units rarely limit clients to a single protocol. Incorrect Answers: A: Storage Area Networks are a specialized RAID array that can be accessed by multiple servers over a specialized network connection. A host bus adapter is required on servers that use the Storage Area Networks. The Storage Area Networks administrator partitions the available storage into logical unit numbers and assigns them to the servers. The disk volume shown in Disk manager is logical unit numbers. SAN use block-level protocols such as iSCSI or Fiber Channel. They do not use SMB or CIFS. B: Failover clustering is a technique used in the Windows Server 2016 environment to provide high availability of applications. C: Datafile striping, also referred to as striping, is a technique used to enhance the I/O of datafiles. In this technique, a large datafile is split into smaller datafiles and the latter are then stored on separate disks. Hence, striping allows quicker I/Os by reading or writing through multiple read-write heads of the disks (which store the datafiles that have been split) operating in parallel. This technique is of great help in parallel processing where throughput is of prime concern.