MCSA 70-740 Exam Preparation P6

MCSA 70-740

Topic: Implementing of Hyper-V

You are an administrator for the company Cybercop-training.ch. The company uses Hyper-V. One of your colleagues has enabled replication for a virtual machine called VM1.

You need to perform a scheduled failover for VM1.

How do you do it?

Answer: Right-click the primary virtual machine, select Replication, and then select Scheduled failover.


Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host named Server1. Server1 hosts a virtual machine named VM1.

You enable resource measurement for VM1.

You want to use resource measurement to measure the volume of data sent from VM1 to the 10.0.0.0/8 network.

Which Windows PowerShell cmdlet are you using?

Answer: Add-VMNetworkAdapterAcl -VMName VM1 -Action Meter -RemoteIPAddress 10.0.0.0/8 -Direction Outbound 


You are an administrator for the company cybercop-training.ch. The company has five Hyper-V hosts. The configuration of the five hosts is shown in the following table:

What two live virtual machine migration operations can you perform in the environment?

Answer: From Server 2 to Server 3 / From Server 1 to Server 5


Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. The server hosts a Windows Server 2016 virtual machine named VM1.

For VM1, dynamic memory is disabled, MAC spoofing is enabled for the virtual network adapter, and checkpoints are disabled.

You must ensure that you can install the Hyper-V server role on VM1.

What do you do?

Answer: Shut down VM1, run the Set-VMProcessor cmdlet, and then start VM1.


Your network includes a server called VM1. VM1 is a virtual machine that runs on a Hyper-V host. The Hyper-V host has the Windows Server 2016 Server operating system installed.

You must create a checkpoint that contains the memory status of the VM1 virtual machine.

What commands are you running?

Answer:

Set-VM -Name VM1 -CheckpointType Standard
Checkpoint-VM -Name VM1 -SnapshotName Snapshot1


You are an administrator for the company Cybercop-training.ch. Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed.

You run the Get-VHD cmdlet. The result of the call is shown below:

Which Statement is correct?

  1. If you move disk1.vhdx to C:\Folder2, you will not be able to use disk1 until you….? have executed
  2. Before you can copy files directly to Disk2.vhdx you need to…run?

Answer: If you move Disk1.vhdx to C:\Folder2, you cannot use Disk2.vhdx until you run Set-VHD.
Before you can copy files directly to Disk2.vhdx, you must run Mount-VHD.


Your network includes two Hyper-V hosts called Server1 and Server2. The two hosts are nodes of a failover cluster. The Windows Server 2016 operating system is installed on both servers.

The cluster provides a virtual machine (VM) called VM1. VM1 is connected to a virtual switch called vSwitch1.

You notice that VM1 automatically performs a live migration if the vSwitch1 connection is temporarily interrupted.

You must prevent a live migration for VM1 from being performed if vSwitch1 disconnects.

What do you do?

Answer: Configure the network card settings of VM1 and disable the Protected Network option.


Your network includes a file server with horizontal scaling. The file server provides a share called Share1. The share contains a virtual hard disk with the file name Disk1.vhd.

You are planning to create a guest failover cluster.

You must make sure that you can use the virtual disk as a shared virtual disk for the guest failover cluster.

Which cmdlet are you using?

Answer: Convert-VHD


Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. The server hosts a Windows Server 2016 virtual machine named VM1.

You must ensure that you can install and use the Hyper-V server role on VM1.

What command are you running?

Answer: Set-VMProcessor -VMName VM1 -ExposeVirtualizationExtensions $True


Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host named Server1. Server1 hosts a Windows Server 2016 virtual machine named VM1.

Server1 has a USB 3.0 controller connected to the PCI Express (PCIe) bus.

You must allow VM1 direct (pass-through) access to the USB 3.0 device.

Which three steps do you perform in order?

Answer: Order 3, 4, 5


Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host called Server1. You implement Receive Side Scaling (RSS) on Server1.

Server1’s chipset does not support NetDMS.

All network infrastructure devices support connections at 10Gbps speed.

You provide a virtual machine named VM1 on Server1. You configure VM1 to collect event logs from all servers on the network.

VM1 has four virtual processors.

You notice that VM1 loses packets of data.

What are your two steps?

Answer:

First action: Enable the virtual machine queue (VMQ) on Server1 and VM1.
Second action: Enable virtual receive-side scaling (vRSS) on VM1.


You are an administrator for the company Cybercop-training.ch. Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host named Server1.

You run the following PowerShell cmdlets on Server1:

Which statements are correct?

Answer: After you run the cmdlets, TEAM1 contains two network adapters.
When you run Add-VmSwitchTeamMember -VmSwitchName TEAM1 -NetAdapterName „NIC4“, TEAM1 will contain three network adapters.


Your network includes a Hyper-V host called VH1. VH1 hosts a virtual machine called VM1. Both VH1 and VM1 have the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed.

The configuration of VM1 is shown below:

You must ensure that you can use the Copy-VMFile cmdlet on VH1 to copy files from VM1.

1. You start the Hyper-V Guest Service Interface service on VM1.

Does the procedure meet your goal?

Asnwer: No

2. You activate the Data Exchange Integration Service for VM1.

Answer: No

3. You activate the Guest Services integration service for VM1.

Anser: No

Further Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/powershell/module/hyper-v/copy-vmfile?view=win10-ps#description


 

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