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  1. You regularly monitor your Windows NT Server running as a site server. You notice SMS application events appearing in the Windows NT Event Viewer Application log. Why is this happening and how can you stop SMS application event logging to the Windows NT Event Viewer?
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  3. You use the SMS Service Manager to stop SMS Executive. You then query all of the components appearing in the SMS Service Manager and notice that many components have stopped. Why did stopping the SMS Executive also stop many of the components appearing in the SMS Service Manager?
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  5. You stop the SMS Component Manager, the SMS Executive, the SMS SQL Monitor, and the SQL Server running the site database. You then run WBEMTest and notice that you can connect to the WBEM site namespace. You then attempt to access site object instances and the procedure fails. Why were you able to access the site namespace but not site object instances?
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  7. After installing HealthMon on your site server, you register all of your Windows NT/2000 computers in the site as monitored systems. No data appears in HealthMon except down arrows next to all registered computers. Why is this happening?
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  9. From the primary site server, you install a secondary site server. The status of the secondary site server in the SMS Administrator console is 'Pending.' You wait 48 hours, verify that your addresses to and from the secondary site server are correct, and ensure that the computer being configured as a secondary site server is accessible from the primary site server. You check the computer that will be a secondary site server to see if the secondary site server package has been delivered. You see that the package has been delivered, but it has not been installed. What are two possible causes for the 'Pending' status? Also, what log file should you analyze to determine the cause of the failure?
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