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1 13th July 11:31
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You are the administrator of a SQL Server 2000 computer. You want to set up
snapshot replication

on the server. The server will serve as Publisher and Distributor for a
minimum of 40 Subscribers.

Currently, you want to publish 3GB of data, but the data is expected to grow
over time. Subscribers

will receive a new snapshot each month.

You want to minimize the workload on the Publisher/Distributor. Which two
actions should you take

to configure snapshot replication? (Each correct answer presents part of the
solution. Choose two)

A. Store the snapshot in the default folder on the Publisher/Distributor.

B. Store the snapshot in an alternative folder on the Publisher/Distributor.

C. Store the snapshot in a shared folder on a file server.

D. Create pull subscriptions.

E. Create push subscriptions.

The correct answer to this question is B and D But my test software says B
and C , I have verified this through MSSQL Admin book and also found option
B and D to be correct. However I still need you guys opinion about the
correct answer.
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2 13th July 11:31
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Correction:
The correct answer to this question is B and D But my test software says C
and D, I have verified this through MSSQL Admin book and also found option
B and D to be correct. However I still need you guys opinion about the
correct answer.
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