Topic: Implementing of Hyper-V
Your network includes two Hyper-V hosts called Server1 and Server2. The Windows Server 2016 operating system is installed on both servers.
The following virtual switches are configured on Server1 and Server2:
The hyper hosts provide the following virtual machines (VMs):
All virtual machines have IP addresses from the address range 192.168.1.0/24. VLANs are configured in Hyper-V only. No VLANs are configured for the physical switches.
Which virtual machine(s) can VM1 connect to?
Answer: VM2 and VM5
Your network contains two Hyper-V hosts named Server1 and Server2. Server1 has the Windows Server 2012 R2 operating system installed. Server2 has Windows Server 2016 installed.
You perform the live migration of a virtual machine (VM) named VM1 from Server1 to Server2.
You must create a production checkpoint for VM1 on Server2.
What three cmdlets are you running in order?
Answer: Stop-VM, Update VM-Version, Checkpoint-VM
Your network includes an Active Directory domain services (AD DS) domain called cybercop-training.ch. The computers on the network are installed using Windows Provisioning Services (WDS).
The domain contains a member server named Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. Server1 is configured as a Hyper-V host. Virtual machines (VMs) deployed on Server1 are connected to an external switch called vSwitch1.
You create a new virtual machine named VM1 on Server1. To create, use the following PowerShell cmdlets:
New VM VM1
Add-VMHardDiskDrive -VMName VM1 -ControllerType IDE -Path C:\VMs\Disk1.vhd
Add-VMNetworkAdapter -VMName VM1
You need to make sure that you can install the operating system on VM1 using Windows Provisioning Services (WDS).
What do you do? Add an older network adapter to VM1.
Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. Server1 hosts a virtual machine called VM1.
You must allow VM1 direct access to a graphics processing unit (GPU) of Server1.
What is your first step?
Answer: Disable the video card on Server1.
Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. Server1 hosts a virtual machine that uses a virtual hard disk (VHD) named Disk1.vhdx.
You find the following entry in the event log:
One or more virtual disks have a physical sector size that is smaller than the physical sector size of the memory on which the virtual disk file is stored.
You must remove the cause of the warning.
What do you do?
Answer: Use the Cmdlet Set-VHD
Explanation: You can use the PhysicalSectorSizeBytes parameter of the Set-VHD cmdlet to specify the physical sector size of a virtual hard disk in VHDX format. The size is specified in bytes. Valid values are 512 or 4096.
Your network includes a virtual machine called VM1. VM1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. VM1 hosts a service that causes high network throughput.
VM1 has a virtual network adapter that is connected to a Hyper-V switch called vSwitch1. vSwitch1 uses a network card. The network card supports Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA), Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV), Quality of Service (QoS), and Receive Side Scaling (RSS).
You must ensure that VM1 traffic can be processed by multiple network processors.
What PowerShell cmdlet are you running?
Your network includes an Active Directory domain services (AD DS) domain called cybercop-training.ch. The domain contains two Hyper-V hosts.
You must perform live migrations between the two hosts.
You must ensure that the live migration traffic is authenticated using Kerberos.
What is your first step?
Answer: Use the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in and configure delegation settings in the properties of the computer accounts of the two Hyper-V hosts.
Your network contains a server named Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. Server1 serves as a Hyper-V host and provides a virtual machine (VM) called VM1.
Server1 has three network adapters connected to virtual switches named vSwitch1, vSwitch2, and vSwitch3.
You configure a NIC team operation on VM1. Your configuration is shown in the following figure:
Answer: Use the Hyper-V Manager on Server1 and change the settings of VM1.
Your company has 10 company locations. Each site has a local network containing multiple Hyper-V hosts. All Hyper-V hosts have the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. All sites are interconnected by high-speed, low-latency WAN connections.
You need to ensure that you can create QoS policies for live migrations between sites.
What do you install?
Answer: The Feature Data Center Bridging.
Your network includes a physical server called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. The server is configured as a Hyper-V host.
On Server1, you create a virtual machine called VM1. Then install Windows Server 2016. You want to use the Hyper-V role on VM1. You must ensure that you can use VM1 to run virtual machines.
How do you complete the PowerShell script shown in the figure?
Answer: P1: $true / P2: $false
Your network contains a server named Server1. Server1 has Windows Server 2016 with the role Hyper-V installed.
Server1 is equipped with two network cards. Both network cards support Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA).
You want to bundle the bandwidth of the two network cards and deploy them to a virtual machine running on Server1. Your solution must ensure that the virtual machine can use RDMA.
What command are you running?
New-VmSwitch -Name Production -NetAdapterName „NIC1“, „NIC2“
You are an administrator for the company Cybercop-training.ch. You have a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V environment.
The configuration of the Hyper-V servers is shown in the following table:
You must ensure that you can move virtual machines (VMs) between hosts without disconnecting the virtual machines from the network.
1: You implement Hyper-V replication between Host2 and Host4.
Does this match your goal?
2: You use Host3 and Host4 to implement live migration.
Does this match your goal?
3: You use Host1 and Host2 to implement live migration.
In general, live migration would be a suitable solution. In this specific case, however, the names of the virtual switches on Host1 and Host2 differ. If a VM is moved from Host1 to Host2, it cannot connect to Switch1 on Host2 and loses its network connectivity as a result.
Virtual machine migration is only possible between hosts with processors from the same vendor.
A valid solution would be to implement live migration using Host1 and Host3.
Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. The server hosts the following four virtual machines (VMs):
With which virtual machine(s) can you connect to a console session using „Connect to Virtual Machines“?
Answer: Only with VM3 and VM4
Your network includes an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain called cybercop-training.ch. The functional level of the overall structure and the functional level of the domain are defined with Windows Server 2008 R2.
The Windows Server 2016 Standard operating system is installed on all servers in the domain. The domain contains 300 client computers running either Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
The domain contains nine servers. The configuration of the servers is shown in the following table:
|Server2||Fileserver||config of Fileserverclustering and storage spaces direct|
|Server3||Fileserver||config of Fileserverclustering and storage spaces direct|
|Server4||Hyper-V Host||Provide shielded VMs|
|Server6||Memberserver||Provide Active Directory Federation Services|
|VM1||VM on Server5||none|
|VM2||VM on Server5||none|
|VM3||VM on Server5||none|
The virtual machines are configured as follows:
- Each virtual machine has a virtual network adapter.
- VM1 and VM2 are part of a network load balancing cluster (NLB cluster).
- All servers on the network can communicate with all virtual machines.
You need to minimize the probability that a virtual machine running malware will consume an excessive amount of Server5’s system resources.
What do you do?
Answer: Run the Set-VMProcessor cmdlet in conjunction with the EnableHostResourceProtection parameter.
Your company uses an application called App1. App1 is distributed across multiple virtual machines (VMs) in a multi-client Hyper-V environment.
You need to ensure that App1 traffic is evenly distributed among virtual machines hosting App1.
What do you include in your environment?
Answer: The network controller and Windows Server Software Load Balancing (SLB).