Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains a member server named Server1. Server1 has the IP Address
Management (IPAM) Server feature installed.
A technician performs maintenance on Server1.
After the maintenance is complete, you discover that you cannot connect to the IPAM server on Server1.
You open the Services console as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to ensure that you can connect to the IPAM server.
Which service should you start?
A. Windows Process Activation Service
B. Windows Event Collector
C. Windows Internal Database
D. Windows Store Service (WSService)
Windows Internal Database
Windows Internal Database is a relational data store that can be used only by Windows roles and features.
IPAM does not support external databases. Only a Windows Internal Database is supported.
IPAM stores 3 years of forensics data (IP address leases, host MAC addresses, user login/logoff information) for 100,000 users in a Windows Internal Database.
There is no database purge policy provided, and the administrator must purge data manually as needed.
A. IPAM works even if the Windows Process Activation Service is not running.
B. IPAM does not require the Windows Event Collector Service. It needs to be running on the managed DC/DNS/DHCP computers.
D. IPAM does not require the Windows Store Service. It provides infrastructure support for Windows Store. This service is started on demand and if disabled
applications bought using Windows Store will not behave correctly.
References: IPAM Deployment Planning