Recertification for MCSE: Private Cloud
Question No: 81 – (Topic 8)
Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains a domain controller named DC1 and member servers named Server1 and Server2. Server1 has System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager installed. Server2 has System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator installed. Orchestrator has the System Center Integration Pack for System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager installed.
In Operations Manager, you have a monitor named Monitor1 that triggers an alert named Alert1.
You need to ensure that when Alert1 is triggered, a custom runbook starts.
Which two actions should you perform from Orchestrator? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Configure a filter of PrincipalName equals Alert1.
Configure a filter of MonitorObjectName equals Monitor1.
Add the Get Alert activity.
Add the Monitor Alert activity and configure triggers for the alert.
Configure a filter of Name equals Alert1.
Question No: 82 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure.
You have a distributed application named App1. App1 has the following service level objectives (SLOs):
->At least 99.9 percent uptime
->No more than 85 percent average CPU utilization
You need to add the SLOs that monitor the required information to Service Level Tracking.
Which SLO or SLOs should you add? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)
Monitor state SLO – Availability
Monitor state SLO – Security
Collection rule SLO
Monitor state SLO – Performance
Monitor state SLO – Configuration
Answer: A,C Explanation:
To define a service level objective for an application
Open the Operations console with an account that is a member of the Operations Manager Administrators user role.
In the navigation pane, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Service Level Tracking.
In the Tasks pane, click Create.
In the Service Level Tracking dialog box, type a name for the service level that you are defining. For example, type LOB Application 1. Optionally, you can provide a description. Click Next.
On the Objects to Track page, under Targeted class, click Select.
In the Select a Target Class dialog box, select a class for the service level, such as Distributed Application, from the list in the text box. You can search for a class by typing its name into the Look For text box. Click OK to close the Select a Target dialog box.
You can use the Scope option to specify the scope for the service level. The default selection is to use all objects of the targeted class.
Select the management pack that this service level will be saved in. You can use an existing management pack or create a new one.
On the Service Level Objectives page, click Add, and then click Monitor state SLO to create a new monitor.
This monitor will track the availability of the application. Define the state monitor as follows:
In the Service level objective name text box, type a name for the service level objective. For this scenario, type Availability.
From the Monitor drop-down list, choose the specific monitor that you want to use to measure the objective. For this scenario, choose Availability.
Using the Service level objective goal (%) spin box, provide the numerical measure for your objective. For example, select 99.990 to indicate that your goal is 99.99% availability.
You can refine what the monitor tracks to determine availability by selecting or clearing any of the following state criteria:
Unplanned maintenance Unmonitored
Monitoring unavailable Monitor disabled Planned maintenance Warning
On the Service Level Objectives page, click Add, and then click Collection rule SLO to create a new collection rule. This rule will track the performance of the application Define the performance collection rule as follows:
In the Service level objective name: text box, type a name for the service level objective. For this scenario, type Performance.
Under Targeted class, click Select to open the Select a Target Class dialog box. Specify the target class for the rule from the list of targets in the text box. Note that this class must be contained in the distributed application.
For this scenario, select the specific class the rule is targeted to, such as Windows Server 2008 Operating System.
Under Performance collection rule, click Select to open the Select a Rule dialog box. Specify the performance collection rule to use. For this scenario, choose Collect Processor\
% Processor Time performance counter, and then click OK.
Using one of the Aggregation method options, choose one of the following: Average
Use the Service level objective goal drop-down list to specify either Less than or More than, and enter a value in the adjacent text box. For this scenario, choose Less Than and 80.
This indicates that the performance goal is to never exceed 80% processor time.
On the Service Level Objectives page, click Next.
On the Summary page, review the settings, and then click Finish. When the Completion page appears, click Close.
Question No: 83 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Orchestrator, System Center 2012 Operations Manager, and System Center 2012 Service Manager infrastructure.
You discover that a service on a server repeatedly stops.
You need to configure a solution to remediate the recurring issue automatically. What should you do?
From Service Manager, configure an incident event workflow.
From Operations Manager, create a monitor.
From Service Manager, create an incident template.
From Operations Manager, configure the CI connector.
Answer: B Explanation:
Answer D: When creating a monitor, you can create a recovery action From the Unleashed book:
Question No: 84 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure.
The network contains a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 organization. You plan to import the Exchange Server 2010 Management Pack.
You need to configure Operations Manager to send Exchange-related notifications to Exchange Server administrators.
What should you create first?
A User Role
An Exchange Server 2010 Send Connector
An Exchange Server 2010 transport rule
Answer: A Explanation:
Operations Manager also allows you to create custom roles based on the Operator, Read- Only Operator, Author, and Advanced Operator profiles.
When you create the role, you can further narrow the scope of groups, tasks, and views that the role can access.
For example, you can create a role entitled quot;Exchange Operatorquot; and narrow the scope to only Exchangerelated groups, views, and tasks.
User accounts assigned to this role will only be able to run Operator- level actions on Exchange-related objects.
Notification Accounts and Groups Individuals in your company that will interact with Operations Manager frequently, such as an Exchange administrator who has been assigned to the Exchange Operator role, need a way to discover new alerts.
This can be done by either watching the Operations console for new alerts or by Operations Manager informing them about the alert via supported communications channels.
Operations Manager supports notifications through e-mail, instant messaging, Short Message Service, or pager messages.
Notifications on what the role needs to know go out to recipients that you specify in
An Operations Manager recipient is merely an object that has a valid address to receive the notification, such as an SMTP address for e-mail notifications.
Therefore, it is logical to combine role assignment with notification group membership via an email- enabled security group.
For example, create an Exchange Administrators security group and populate it with individuals that have the knowledge and permissions to fix things in Exchange.
Assign this security group to a custom created Exchange Administrator role so they have access to the data and are e-mail-enabled.
References a channel here:
Question No: 85 – (Topic 8)
You deploy a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure that contains Configuration Manager, Orchestrator, Operations Manager, Service Manager, and Virtual Machine Manager (VMM).
Operations Manager is configured to monitor all servers. Configuration Manger is configured to deploy Windows patches to the servers.
You deploy 10 new web servers by using a VMM service template. You plan to deploy several hundred patches to the servers.
You need to automate the server patching process without generating alerts.
What is the best approach to achieve the goal? More than one answer choice may achieve the goal. Select the BEST answer.
From VMM, create an update baseline and configure the scope of the update baseline.
From Orchestrator, create a scheduled runbook that contains an activity to deploy the updates and to set the maintenance mode.
From Configuration Manager, create a software update deployment. From Operations
Manager, set the servers to maintenance mode.
From Configuration Manager, create an automatic deployment rule.
Question No: 86 HOTSPOT – (Topic 8)
You have a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure that contains three servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.
You need to create a self-service request offering that will allow users to provision new virtual machines.
On which server should you perform each of the following actions? To answer, select the appropriate server for each action in the answer area.
Question No: 87 HOTSPOT – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 Orchestrator infrastructure.
You are creating a runbook named runbook1.
You need to ensure that the workflow starts when a file is added to a folder.
From which category should you add an activity? To answer, select the appropriate category in the answer area.
In the Activities pane, click File Management to expand the category, and then drag the Monitor Folder activity into the Runbook Designer Design workspace.
Question No: 88 – (Topic 8)
Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains a domain controller named DC1 and a server named Server1.
You install the management server role on Server1. You install the Operations Manager agent on DC1.
You run the Operations Manager console and discover the active alerts shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to resolve the active alerts. What should you do?
On DC1, install MOMADAdmin.exe.
On Server1, install OomADs.msi.
On Server1, install MOMADAdmin.exe.
On DC1, install OomADs.msi.
Answer: D Explanation:
You can use MOMAgent.msi to deploy System Center 2012 – Operations Manager agents from the command line. Deploying agents from the command line is also referred to as a manual install When installing the AD Management pack, please remember to open up the properties for the Agent which the DC is installed and check quot;Allow this agent to act as a proxy and discover managed objects on other computers.quot; ALSO, please install the quot;OOMADs.msiquot; locally on the DC. What is this? This is the Active Directory Management Helper Object. It#39;s not well mentioned in documentation I have read up on.
Apparently the quot;AD Database and Log: The script ‘AD Database and Log’ failed to create object
The error returned was: ‘ActiveX component can’t create object’ (0x1AD)quot; error is a result of not having this component installed quot;The file which is installed automatically on a push
install via a Management Server can be copied and manually installed from the OpsMgr software … there is a HelpObjects folder where ooMADS.msi can be run from.quot;
Question No: 89 – (Topic 8)
Your company has a private cloud that contains two Active Directory forests named contoso.com and adatum.com. The contoso.com network and the adatum.com network are separated by a firewall.
No trusts exist between the forests.
You deploy System Center 2012 Operations Manager to adatum.com. You install agents on 100 servers in both forests.
You need to ensure that you can monitor all 100 servers. The solution must minimize the traffic between the two networks.
What should you install? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)
A server certificate on the gateway server in contoso.com
A gateway server in adatum.com
A server certificate on the gateway server in adatum.com
Client certificates on all of the servers in adatum.com
A gateway server in contoso.com
A server certificate on the management server in adatum.com
Client certificates on all of the servers in contoso.com
Question No: 90 – (Topic 8)
You run Active directory user and computers that were in the
whats you run Discovery Wizard to find Active directory user groups
Create LDP active users
Create Active directory user and computers
from Administrator console run Automatic computer discovery
from Administrator console run advance Automatic computer discovery scan Active directory
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