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QUESTION 71

DRAG DROP

A company has a 16-node Windows Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 failover cluster. The company plans to use Microsoft System Center Virtual machine manager (VMM) 2008 R2 and Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr) 2007 R2 to manage and monitor the environment.

 

You install OpsMgr and import the VMM 2008 R2 management packs. Then you install the OpsMqr agent on the Hyper-V host servers.

 

During peak usage times, many services running on the virtual machines (VMs) become unresponsive.

 

You need to enable VMM performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) to move VMs to other hosts automatically if the performance of a host degrades due to resource contention. You must not impact other failover clusters that are added to VMM in the future.

 

Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer, arrange them in the correct order)

 

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Correct Answer:

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QUESTION 72

You are configuring your Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2 environment. A VMware ESX 3.5 host server named Host1 is added to the existing VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) environment that you manage by using VMM. You need to add Host1 to your VMM environment. What should you do?

 

A.

In the Computer name field of the Add VMware VirtualCenter server dialog box, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of Host1.

B.

In the Computer name field of the Add VMware VirtualCenter server dialog box, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the VMware VirtualCenter server that manages Host1.

C.

In the Add Hostswizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of Host1.

D.

In the Add Hosts wizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the VMware VirtualCenter server that manages Host1.

 

Correct Answer: C

Explanation:

How to Add an ESX Server Host to VMM

To add ESX Server hosts

1. If you are managing your VMware environment in secure mode, retrieve the following security information from the host computers before you add the hosts:

a. For all versions of ESX Server, secure mode requires a certificate. If you plan to use the self-signed certificates that VMware created when ESX Server was installed on the hosts, retrieve the certificates from the host computers. This is not required if you are using a certificate from a trusted certification authority. For hosts that are running VMware ESX Server 3.5 or VMware ESX Server 3.0.2, also retrieve the SSH public key from the host computer. A public key is not required for hosts running ESX Server 3i.

b. For instructions for automating the preceding tasks, see Configuring Security for a Managed VMware Environment in VMM (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=145051).

2. In any view in the VMM Administrator Console, on the Actions pane, click Add hosts to open the Add Hosts Wizard.

3. On the Select Host Location page, click VMware ESX Server host, enter the credentials for an account with administrative privileges on the host, and then click Next.

4. On the Select Host Servers page, do the following:

a. In the Computer name or IP address box, type the computer name or IP address of an ESX Server host.

b. In the Virtualization VirtualCenter list, select the VMware VirtualCenter Server you want to add the host to.

Important

If the specified host is already being managed by VMM under a different VirtualCenter server, it will be moved from its current VirtualCenter server and added to the newly specified VirtualCenter Server.

c. In the Host group list, select a host group for the host you want to add.

Note

A VMware ESX Server host can be added only to the VirtualCenter Server’s root host group or one of its children.

d. Depending on whether you are managing your VMware environment in secure mode, do one of the following:  If secure mode is not turned on, click Add Host.  If secure mode is turned on, and you did not retrieve the certificate and public key manually, click Retrieve to have VMM connect to the host computer and retrieve the certificate and, if required, the SSH public key. For ESX Server 3i, the certificate is imported, but not a public key. Visually verify the authenticity of the items. Then select the Accept both the certificate and public key for this host check box, or, for a host running ESX Server 3i, select the Accept the certificate check box. Then click Add Host. For more information about secure mode, see Configuring Security for a Managed VMware Environment in VMM (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=145051).

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QUESTION 73

You are configuring a new Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2 environment to manage your existing virtual infrastructure. The existing infrastructure includes Windows Server 2008 R2 host servers and VMware ESX host servers. You need to add a VMware ESX host server named Host1 to your VMM environment. What should you do?

 

A.

In the Add Hostswizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the VMware VirtualCenter server that manages Host1.

B.

In the Add Hostswizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of Host1.

C.

In the Add Hostswizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the VMware VirtualCenter server that manages Host1.

D.

In the Add Hostswizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of Host1.

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

To add a vCenter Server

Open theFabricworkspace.

In theFabricpane, expandServers, and then click vCenter Servers.

On the Home tab, in the Add group, click Add Resources, and then click VMware vCenterServer.

The Add VMware vCenterServer dialog box opens.

In the Add VMware vCenter Server dialog box, do the following:

In the Computer name box, enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN), NetBIOS name, or IP address of the vCenter Server.

In the TCP/IP portbox, enter the port to use to connect to the vCenterServer. By default, VMM uses TCP/IP port 443 to connect to the server through Secure Socket Layer (SSL).

 

 

QUESTION 74

You have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V failover cluster with a single iSCSI logical unit number (LUN) and one highly available virtual machine (HAVM). You manage the virtual environment by using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2. You monitor the environment by using Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2. You configure a new virtual machine (VM) by deploying a VHD from the VMM library and placing the VHD on the existing iSCSI LUN. You create an HAVM configuration, and you attach the VHD to the configuration. VMM reports the status of the VMs as Unsupported Cluster Configuration. You need to be able to manage the VMs by using VMM. What should you do?

 

A.

Configure Windows System Resource Manager (WSRM) on the Windows Server 2008 R2 cluster nodes.

B.

Configure Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) on the Windows Server 2008 R2 cluster nodes.

C.

Move the VHD of one HAVM to the system volume of a cluster node.

D.

Move the VHD of one HAVM to a new iSCSI LUN.

 

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

The next step for proper network planning and utilization involves iSCSI. Will the VMs be using iSCSI, or will the host be using iSCSI? Regardless of whether it’s a host or a guest, you should set aside a separate interface for each instance of iSCSI traffic. If the host is using iSCSI (for failover clustering, for example), then it should have a separate adapter port that is different from any adapter port being used for guest VMs using iSCSI. iSCSI can be used in a VM–in fact, it’s the only way to set up a cluster Note of VMs. It’s recommended that if a VM is using iSCSI, you should create a separate virtual network to ensure sufficient bandwidth.

 

Creating Highly Available Virtual Machines

Last but not least, one of the most important provisioning options is the ability to make a VM highly available.

 

Doing so provides availability in the event that the virtualization host experiences planned or unplanned downtime. Planned downtime can occur when you perform maintenance on a host; unplanned downtime can occur when a virtualization host goes down completely for any reason.

In the event of planned downtime, the VM state is saved and migrated to another virtualization host in a Hyper-V Quick Migration cluster. If a virtualization host crashes that is a part of a Quick Migration cluster, the VM and associated resources are restarted on another Hyper-V host in the Quick Migration cluster.

 

To provision highly available VMs, you first must have set up a Quick Migration cluster Then, you’re almost ready to use SCVMM to create highly available VMs. You have to make SCVMM aware of the host cluster the same way you add any host to SCVMM for management. Let’s walk through the steps for making a VM highly available:

 

1. Add the Quick Migration cluster to SCVMM via the SCVMM administrator console using the Add Host option.

SCVMM detects that you’re adding a node to the Quick Migration cluster and adds SCVMM agents to each host in the cluster. A cluster object is created and available in the SCVMM console. See Figure for a view of the new cluster object.

 

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2. You’re ready to configure a highly available VM. Open the SCVMM administrator console.

3. Select New Virtual Machine to start the New Virtual Machine Wizard.

4. Select the source for the new VM. Create the new machine with a blank hard drive.

5. Select the name of the VM, the owner of the VM (AD user or group), and enter a description of the VM.

6. Set up the hardware profile of the VM, including the VHD, the processor count, the network adapters, and either IDE or SCSI adapters.

7. The most important step is to scroll down to the Availability option and select the check box to make this VM highly available

 

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8. Select the destination. You can either deploy directly to an existing host or store the VM on an SCVMM library server.

9. Intelligent Placement determines the best host for the workload using the star rating system. The host with the most stars represents the best host for placement of this VM (driven by the Intelligent Placement settings shown in Figure

 

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10. Select a VM path that is in the Quick Migration cluster and a SAN volume.

11. Click Create The Virtual Machine, and verify that the VM is created on the selected cluster node.

12. Verify the high-availability configuration for the VM by right-clicking the VM and performing a migration of the VM to another node in the Quick Migration cluster.

 

 

QUESTION 75

Your environment includes a Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V server. The server hosts several virtual machines (VMs). You are configuring a VM to use pass-through disks. In the Hyper-V Manager Settings window for the VM, Disk 1 through Disk 7, Disk 9, and Disk 10 are available in the Physical hard disk list. Disk 8 does not appear in the list, as shown in the following display. You need to configure the VM to use Disk 8 as a pass-through disk. What should you do?

 

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A.

Take Disk 8 offline.

B.

Convert Disk 8 to a dynamic disk.

C.

Format Disk 8, and mark the partition as active.

D.

Run the Diskpart command. At the Diskpart prompt, type select disk 8, and then type recover.

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

Configuring Pass-through Disks in Hyper-V

Pass -through Disk Configuration

Hyper-V allows virtual machines to access storage mapped directly to the Hyper-V server without requiring the volume be configured. The storage can either be a physical disk internal to the Hyper-V server or it can be a Storage Area Network (SAN) Logical Unit (LUN) mapped to the Hyper-V server.

To ensure the Guest has exclusive access to the storage, it must be placed in an Offline state from the Hyper-V server perspective. Additionally, this raw piece of storage is not limited in size so, hypothetically, it can be a multi-terabyte LUN. After storage is mapped to the Hyper-V server, it will appear as a raw volume and will be in an Offline state (depending on the SAN Policy (Figure 1-1)) as seen in Figure 1.

 

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Figure 1: Raw disk is Offline

 

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Figure 1-1 SAN Mode determination usingdiskpart.exe

 

I stated earlier that a disk must beOfflinefrom the Hyper-V servers’ perspective in order for the Guest to have exclusive access. However, a raw volume must first be initialized before it can be used. To accomplish this in the Disk Management interface, the disk must first be brought Online. OnceOnline,the disk will show as being Not Initialized(Figure 2).

 

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Figure 2: Disk is Online but Not Initialized

Right-click on the disk and select Initialize Disk(Figure 3).

 

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Figure 3: Initialize the disk

Select either an MBR or GPTpartition type (Figure 4).

 

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Figure 4: Selecting a partition type Once a disk is initialized, it can once again be placed in anOfflinestate. If the disk is not in anOfflinestate, it will not be available for selection when configuring the Guest’s storage.

In order to configure a Pass-through disk in a Guest, you must selectAttach a virtual disk laterin the new Virtual Machine Wizard(Figure 5).

 

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Figure 5: Choosing to attach a virtual disk later

If the Pass-through disk will be used to boot the operating system, it must be attached to an IDE Controller.

Data disks can take advantage of SCSI controllers. In Figure 6, a Pass-through disk is attached to IDE Controller 0.

 

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Figure 6: Attaching a pass-through disk to an IDE Controller Note:If the disk does not appear in the drop down list, ensure the disk isOfflinein the Disk Management interface (In Server CORE, use thediskpart.exeCLI). Once the Pass-through disk is configured, the Guest can be started and data can placed on the drive. If an operating system will be installed, the installation process will properly prepare the disk. If the disk will be used for data storage, it must be prepared in the Guest operating system before data can be placed on it.

If a Pass-through disk, being used to support an operating system installation, is broughtOnlinebefore the Guest is started, the Guest will fail to start. When using Pass- through disks to support an operating system installation, provisions must be made for storing the Guest configuration file in an alternate location. This is because the entire Pass- through disk is consumed by the operating system installation. An example would be to locate the configuration file on another internal drive in the Hyper-V server itself. Or, if it is a cluster, the configuration file can be hosted on a separate cluster providing highly available file services. Be aware that Pass-through disks cannot be dynamically expanded. Additionally, when using Pass- through disks, you lose the capability to take snapshots, and finally, you cannot use differencing disks with Pass-through disks.

 

Note: When using Pass-through disks in a Windows Server 2008 Failover Cluster, you must have the update documented inKB951308: Increased functionality and virtual machine control in the Windows Server 2008 Failover Cluster Management console for the Hyper-V roleinstalled on all nodes in the cluster.

QUESTION 76

You use Hyper-V Manager to create a new virtual machine named VM1. VM1 has the configuration shown in the following display.

 

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You start VM1 and begin installing Windows Server 2008 R2 from a DVD. An error message appears, and you are unable to complete Windows Setup.

 

You need to be able to install Windows Server 2008 R2 on VM1.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Increase the Memory setting to 2048 MB.

B.

Move VM1.vhd to IDE Controller 0.

C.

Change the Processor setting to 1 Virtual Processor.

D.

Change the Bios setting to Boot from IDE.

 

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

Determining your storage configuration options on virtual machines You can select either integrated device electronics (IDE) or SCSI devices on virtual machines:

IDE devices. Hyper-V uses emulated devices with IDE controllers. You can have up to two IDE controllers with two disks on each controller. The startup disk (sometimes referred to as the boot disk) must be attached to one of the IDE devices. The startup disk can be either a virtual hard disk or a physical disk. Although a virtual machine must use an IDE device as the startup disk to start the guest operating system, you have many options to choose from when selecting the physical device that will provide the storage for the IDE device. For example, you can use any of the types of physical storage identified in the introduction section.

SCSI devices. Each virtual machine supports up to 256 SCSI disks (four SCSI controllers with each controller supporting up to 64 disks). SCSI controllers use a type of device developed specifically for use with virtual machines and use the virtual machine bus to communicate. The virtual machine bus must be available when the guest operating system is started. Therefore, virtual hard disks attached to SCSI controllers cannot be used as startup disks.

 

 

QUESTION 77

Your company has an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. You have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V server. You manage the virtual environment by using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2. You need to ensure that a user can create new virtual machines (VMs) on only a specific detail of servers. The user must not be able to see or manage servers outside of that set within VMM. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

A.

Create a host group. Add the host servers that the user will manage to the host group.

B.

Using Authorization Manager, assign the user to a role with the necessary permission to manage the servers by using VMM.

C.

Create a failover cluster. Join the host servers that the user will manage to the failover cluster.

D.

Using Authorization Manager, assign the user to a role with the necessary permission to manage the servers by using the VMM Self-Service Portal.

 

Correct Answer: AD

Explanation:

Create a host group. Add the host servers that the user will manage to the host group. > to ensure that a user can create new virtual machines (VMs) on only a specific set of servers . The user must not be able to see or manage servers outside of that set within VMM > Using Authorization Manager, assign the user to a role with the necessary permission to manage the servers by using the VMM Self-Service Portal.

 

 

QUESTION 78

You manage your virtual environment by using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2. You plan to install the VMM Self-Service Portal. You need to install the prerequisite Web Server (IIS) role services. Which two role services should you choose? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

A.

ASP.NET

B.

IIS Management Scripts and Tools

C.

ASP

D.

IIS 6 Management Compatibility

 

Correct Answer: AD

Explanation:

Software Requirements

The following software must be installed prior to installing the VMM Self-Service Portal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUESTION 79

HOTSPOT

A company has a Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V server environment. The environment is managed by using Microsoft System Center Virtual machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2.

 

You deploy a new Hyper-V host server. New Virtual Network #0 is attached to a switch that is configured with an 802.1q trunk port.

 

You need to ensure that the host server can communicate on the New Virtual Switch #0 to access VLAN 325.

 

Which option should you select first? (To answer, select the appropriate setting in the work area.)

 

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Correct Answer:

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QUESTION 80

HOTSPOT

A company has a Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V environment. the environment is managed by using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2.

 

You are deploying a new Hyper-V host server. New Virtual Network #0 is attached to a switch that has access to a perimeter network.

 

You need to ensure that the parent partition does not have access to the perimeter network through New Virtual Network #0.

 

Which option should you modify? (To answer, select the appropriate option in the answer area.)

 

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Correct Answer:

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