Recertification for MCSE: Private Cloud
Question No: 131 – (Topic 8)
Your role of Systems Administrator at ABC.com includes the management of the company#39;s private cloud.
The private cloud is hosted on an internal System Center 2012 infrastructure.
Operations Manager (SCOM) is used to monitor the servers in the private System Center 2012 cloud.
An SCOM monitor targets all the servers in the private cloud.
You want to create an override for the monitor to target only the servers that have a specific application installed.
A registry value is used to identify the servers with the application installed.
Which two of the following should you create to use with the override? (Choose two).
A Dynamic Group
A Static Group.
Answer: A,E Explanation:
AE additionally, here is a decent write-up of a similar scenario… http://blogs.technet.com/b/kevinholman/archive/2009/06/10/creating-custom-dynamic- computer-groups-basedon-registry-keys-on-agents.aspx
Question No: 132 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure. You have a management server named Server1 that has Operations Manager installed.
You have a management server named Server2 that has Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) installed.
You need to monitor network devices by using Operations Manager. The solution must meet the following requirements:
->Only provide the health status of devices located on physical networks.
->Only include devices that are one hop away from a managed host.
->Only include devices that are part of the private cloud.
What should you use?
The Fabric Health Dashboard
The Microsoft System Center Advisor (SCA)
The Network Vicinity Dashboard
The Application Summary Dashboard
Question No: 133 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure.
You run applications virtually by using Hyper-V hosts. Each application has a dedicated virtual machine on a Hyper-V host.
The Microsoft Monitoring Agent is deployed to all physical servers. Currently, all of the physical servers are monitored for memory, CPU, and disk space use.
You need to monitor the memory, CPU, and disk space use of each application server.
What should you do?
Deploy the Microsoft Monitoring Agent to each virtual machine.
Configure a new notification subscription for each Hyper-V host.
Deploy the Configuration Manager client to each virtual machine.
Configure a new channel for each virtual machine.
Answer: A Explanation:
Bad question IMO. The thing to know here is that the SCOM Agent is now called the Microsoft Monitoring Agent. In order to monitor VMs, you need to install the SCOM agent (MMA) to the guest, not the host.
None of the other answers make sense anyways.
Please see http://www.server-log.com/blog/2013/12/2/installing-scom-agent-microsoft- monitoring-agent-fromsystem.html
Question No: 134 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that contains a Microsoft ASP.NET application.
The application is hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS) on a server named Server1. The application is accessed by using multiple URLs.
You configure a watcher node on a server named Server2.
You need to ensure that an alert is generated each time the watcher node receives an HTTP error of 400 or more.
The solution must ensure that the cause of the alert is captured.
Which type of monitor should you create from the Operations Manager console?
Web Application Transaction Monitoring
Question No: 135 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure.
The network contains several routers and switches.
You open the Network Devices view and discover that a switch is in a critical state.
You need to identify the availability of the switch during the past seven days. The solution must also ensure that you can review which servers are connected to the switch.
What should you use?
The Network Node Dashboard
A diagram view
The Network Vicinity Dashboard
A state view
Answer: A Explanation:
Network Node Dashboard View
A node is any device connected to a network.
Switches and routers are among the most common kinds of nodes you will discover. The node dashboard provides details on the health of a particular device.
The upper portion of the node dashboard consists of the network vicinity view for that node, as well as quot;speedometerquot; gauges for node availability today, yesterday, in the last week, and in the last month.
(Periods of time that were not monitored are counted as quot;availablequot; in the availability statistics, so newly discovered devices will not appear to have had outages in the gauges.) The lower portion of the node dashboard includes a list of all interfaces on the node that are being monitored.
From this view, you can manually override the automatic selections of which interfaces are monitored by SCOM.
Also, by right-clicking on specific interfaces, you can pivot to performance or reporting views that drill down into the near term or long term history of an interface.
In Figure B, the Interface Packet Analysis report for quot;PORT 4 on quot;switch1 during the previous week appears in a second window.
Question No: 136 DRAG DROP – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure.
The private cloud contains 200 servers that run Windows Server 2008 R2. All of the servers are managed by Operations Manager.
The private cloud contains an application named App1 that is deployed on-demand to several servers. The servers that run the application are identified by a registry value set during the application#39;s installation.
You create a monitor that targets all of the servers.
You need to modify the monitor to only affect the servers that have the application installed.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
In Operations Manager 2007, you can create attributes to define a commonality within a group of objects that you want to monitor.
After you create an attribute, you can create a group whose members are only objects that have the commonality described in your attribute.
For example, if you want to monitor a set of servers that all have a common registry value, you create an attribute based on that registry value.
To find the servers that have that registry value, you create a group that has a dynamic inclusion rule for only those servers that have the newly created attribute and target the group only to the server object type.
Operations Manager then checks the registry of each server to see whether that registry value exists.
If it does, that server is added as a member of the group.
When you create an attribute, you must select an object type as a target for it. Operations Manager adds the new attribute to the existing list of attributes for that object type.
If the target you select is from a sealed management pack, the object type also is sealed and the new attribute cannot be added.
Instead, Operations Manager creates a new object type to which it adds the new attribute. By default, this new object type is named after the original object type with _Extended appended to the original name.
This new object type contains all the attributes of the original object type, in addition to the attribute you are creating.
You can view existing attributes in the Monitoring area of the Operations console.
If the attributes are defined within a sealed management pack, you can view the properties of the attribute but you cannot change them.
The properties of an attribute include information about where the attribute information is stored, such as the registry or through WMI.
You can create a new attribute for any monitored object, and you can change most of the properties of an attribute that you create.
However, the Attribute Type property, which identifies the source of the attribute information such as the registry, cannot be changed after an attribute is created. http://systemscenter.ru/opsmgr2007.en/html/26d205e5- a26b-416e-93ae-
Question No: 137 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a datacenter in Los Angeles.
The datacenter contains a private cloud that is managed by a System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) infrastructure.
The infrastructure contains two management servers and 10 Hyper-V hosts.
You configure VMM to use an update server and to synchronize the updates by using a windows Server
Update Services (WSUS) server named WSUS1.
You attempt to verify compliance with the Sample Baseline for Security Updates. You view the console as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to ensure that you can verify compliance for all of the Hyper-V hosts. What should you modify?
the update classifications of the update server
the Assignment Scope of the baseline
the default configuration provider
the Network settings of the All Hosts host group
Answer: B Explanation:
In the VMM console, open the Fabric workspace.
On the Home tab, in the Add group, click Add Resources, and then click Update Server. The Add Windows Server Update Services Server dialog box opens.
In Computer name, enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the WSUS server (for example, VMMServer01.contoso.com).
Specify which TCP/IP port that the WSUS website listens on for connections (for example, port 8530).
Enter credentials for connecting to the WSUS server.
The account must have administrator rights on the WSUS server.
If necessary, select the Use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to communicate with the WSUS server and client#39;s check box.
The WSUS server will be added to VMM, followed by initial synchronization of the updates catalog.
Depending on how many update classifications and products you chose when you installed the WSUS server, this operation can take a long time, depending on such factors as network traffic and the load on the WSUS server.
To find out the status of the operation, monitor the status of the Add Update Server and Synchronize Update Server jobs in the Jobs window or in the Jobs workspace.
After you enable update management in VMM, you should manage the WSUS server only through VMM, unless you are using a WSUS server in a Configuration Manager environment.
To verify that the WSUS server was added to VMM successfully:
In the Fabric workspace, on the Fabric pane, expand Servers, and click Update Server.
The results pane should display the WSUS server.
In the Library workspace, on the Library pane, expand Update Catalog and Baselines, and then click Update Catalog.
The results pane should display the updates that were downloaded during WSUS synchronization.
Question No: 138 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a datacenter in Los Angeles that contains a private cloud. The private cloud contains a System Center 2012 infrastructure.
The System Center 2012 infrastructure contains the following:
You plan to configure the private cloud to meet the following requirements:
->Integrate runbooks to Service Manager requests.
->Automate administration tasks by using runbooks.
->Provide end users with the ability to perform administrative tasks.
You need to configure the private cloud to meet the requirements. What should you do from Service Manager?
Register a data source.
Register the Orchestrator Integration Packs.
Create a channel.
Select the sync folder for the Orchestrator connector.
Question No: 139 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infra structure.
You have a line-of-business web application named App1.
App1 stores its information in a dedicated Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database.
You need to create a central diagram that contains the complete health information of App1.
You import the SQL, IIS, and Windows Server management packs. What should you create next?
a dashboard view
a distributed application model
a Service Level Dashboard
a diagram view
Answer: B Explanation:
You need to create a distributed application first to be able to create the service level dashboard.
First a DA, followed by a service level objective, and finally a Service Level Dashboard. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh212692.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh230719.aspx
Question No: 140 – (Topic 8)
You manage a System Center 2012 R2 deployment that contains the servers configured as shown in the following table.
You have a Microsoft Azure subscription. All three servers have the Azure PowerShell module installed.
You need to ensure that you can run Azure PowerShell cmdlets from Runbook Tester. What should you do?
From Server2, deploy the Integration Pack for Windows Azure to Server1.
On Server1, add the Run.NET Script activity. Add the Import-Module Azure cmdlet to the first line of the script.
On Server1, add the Run.NET Script activity. Invoke C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\PowerShell.exe in the first line of the script.
From Server2, deploy the integration pack for Representational State Transfer (REST) to Server1.
Explanation: An Integration Module is a package that contains a Windows PowerShell Module and can be imported into Automation. Windows PowerShell Modules contain cmdlets that can be used in Automation runbooks. Products and services such as Operations Manager and Azure have modules that include cmdlets specific to their operation.
Reference: Runbook Concepts https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn469257.aspx
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