MCSA 70-740 Exam Preparation P7

MCSA 70-740

Topic: Implementing of Hyper-V

The Windows Server 2016 operating system is installed on Server1. Server1 is connected to the company network. The company network uses the address range 10.10.0.0/16.

Server1 hosts a virtual machine called VM1. VM1 is configured with the IP address 172.16.1.54/16.

You must ensure that VM1 can access resources on the corporate network.

What do you do?

Answer: Connect VM1 to a virtual switch with type „Internal“ / On Server1, run the New-NetNat cmdlet.


Your network includes a virtual machine called VM1. VM1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. VM1 provides a service that requires high network throughput.

VM1 has a virtual network card that is connected to a Hyper-V switch called vSwitch1. vSwitch1 uses a network card.

The Hyper-V host’s 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 Windows PowerShell cmdlet are you running on the host that is hosting VM1?

Answer: Set-NetAdapterRss


Your network includes a virtual machine called VM1. VM1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. VM1 is used as the remote desktop session host.

You must ensure that only port 3389 TCP can be used for network connections with VM1.

What command are you running on the Hyper-V host?

Answer: Add-VmNetworkAdapterExtendedAcl -VMName VM1 -Richtung Inbound -Action Allow -LocalPort 3389 -Protokoll TCP -Weight 10


Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 is running Windows Server 2016. A virtual switch named Switch1 is created on Server1.

Server1 hosts the virtual machines (VMs) shown in the following table:

The Windows firewall is configured on VM1 and VM2 to allow traffic for the ICMP protocol.

VM1 and VM2 are connected to Switch1.

You are trying to send a ping to VM1 from VM2. The attempt fails.

You must see the VirtualSubnetId that VM1 is connected to.

What cmdlet are you running on Server1?

Answer: Get-VMNetworkAdapter -VMName VM1 | Format-List


Your network includes three Hyper-V hosts called Server1, Server2, and Server3. The Windows Server 2016 operating system is installed on all three servers. The three servers are nodes of a failover cluster.

The failover cluster hosts two virtual machines (VMs) called VM1 and VM2. The configuration of the two roles is shown below:

Answer: VM1 has the status Off. VM2 is in the status Executed.

Explanation:

The priority values of the resource groups control the start order of the virtual machines. The following values can be set:

  • PriorityDisabled (0) – Disabled. A group with priority 0 is not started automatically.
  • PriorityLow (1000) – Low priority.
  • PriorityMedium (2000) – Medium priority.
  • PriorityHigh (3000) – High priority.

Your network includes an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain named certbase.de. The domain contains two Hyper-V hosts named Host1 and Host2. Windows Server 2016 is installed on both servers.

Host1 hosts a virtual machine (VM) called VM1.

You plan to move VM1 to Host2.

You must create a report that lists configuration problems of Host2 that stand in the way of moving VM1.

Which PowerShell cmdlet are you using?

Answer: Compare-VM


Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed.

On Server1, you deploy a virtual machine (VM) named VM1. VM1 is running Windows Server 2016.

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

What command are you running?

Answer: Set-VMProcessor VM1 -ExposeVirtualizationExtensions $True


Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Server named Server1. Server1 hosts a virtual machine (VM) named VM1. VM1 is running Windows Server 2016.

You install the Hyper-V server role on VM1.

You must ensure that the virtual machines running on VM1 can communicate with the virtual machines deployed on Server1.

What do you do?

Answer: On Server1, run the Set-VmNetworkAdapter cmdlet and specify the -MacAddressSpoofing On parameter.


Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host named Server1. Server1 hosts two virtual machines (VMs) called VM1 and VM2. Both VMs have the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed.

The following virtual switches are configured on Server1:

VM1 is connected to the Privat1 switch. VM2 has two network cards.

You must ensure that VM1 uses network address translation (NAT) to access the corporate network.

1. You connect VM2 to Private1 and External1. You install the server role remote access to VM2 and configure network address translation using the Routing and RAS console. You configure VM1 to use VM2 as the default gateway.

Does the procedure meet your goal?

Answer: Yes

2. You connect VM1 to Intern1. You run the PowerShell cmdlet New-NetNatIPAddress and New-NetNat on Server1. You configure VM1 to use VM2 as the default gateway.

Answer: No

3. You connect VM1 to Intern1. You run the PowerShell cmdlet New-NetNatIPAddress and New-NetNat on Server1. You configure VM1 to use the NAT gateway as the default gateway.

Answer: Yes


Your network includes a Windows Server 2016 Server named Server1. Server1 is equipped with two network cards that support single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV). The network cards come from two different manufacturers.

They plan to install the Hyper-V role on Server1 and provide a virtual machine called VM1. Windows Server 2016 is to be installed on VM1. The virtual machine is to use SR-IOV.

You must ensure that VM1 can use both network cards for load balancing and failover.

What do you do?

Answer: On Server1, create two virtual switches without embedded teaming (Switch Embedded Teaming, SET). Create a NIC team on VM1.


Your network includes a Hyper-V host called Server1. Server1 has the Windows Server 2016 operating system installed. Server1 is equipped with two network cards enabled for Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA).

You must verify that Switch-Embedded Teaming (SET) is enabled.

Which PowerShell cmdlet are you using?

Answer: Get-VMSwitch


You are an administrator for the company CertBase. You have a virtual computer running a Linux operating system. The virtual computer is configured for a secure start.

You want to start the Linux virtual machine. It will be the first time that the computer is started.

Which step do you perform before starting?

Answer: Configure the virtual machine to use the Microsoft UEFI Certification Authority.


You are an administrator for the company CertBase. Your network includes two Hyper-V hosts called Server1 and Server2. The Windows Server 2016 operating system is installed on both servers.

Server1 provides a virtual machine (VM) called VM1. VM1 currently has the status „Running“.

You export VM1 to Server1 and import VM1 to Server2.

What is the status of VM1 on Server2?

Answer: Saved


The Host Guardian Service (HGS) supports two different approaches to attesting to protected Hyper-V hosts.

What attestation mode is described below?

Protected hosts running shielded VMs are validated and approved based on their TPM identity, boot order, and configured code integrity policies.

Answer: TPM-trusted


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 same network segment. Each virtual machine’s firewall is configured to support network connectivity.

Which virtual machine(s) can you connect to from VM1 and VM2?

Answer: VM1 only VM4 / VM2 only VM5


The Virtual Switch Manager (available through the Hyper-V Manager Snap-in) provides three types of virtual networks that allow you to define different network topologies for virtual machines and the virtualization server.

What type of virtual network is isolated from all external network traffic on the virtualization server and from any network traffic between the management operating system and the external network?

Answer: Private virtual Networks


When you create a new Hyper-V Virtual Switch Embedded Teaming (SET) switch, you must configure the Member Adapter and Load Balancing Mode properties.

What load balancing mode ensures that outbound loads are distributed based on a hash of TCP ports and IP addresses?

Answer: Dynamic


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.

VM1 is configured as follows:

Nested virtualization is enabled and in use.
Dynamic memory is disabled.
VM1 is currently running.

You need to resize the memory of VM1 as quickly as possible.

What do you do?

Answer: Shutdown VM1


You have a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host named Server1. An external virtual switch named vSwitch1 is created on Server1.

Server1 hosts a virtual machine (VM) named VM1. VM1 runs Windows Server 2016. VM1 has a single network adapter. The network adapter is connected to Switch1.

You must limit the maximum network bandwidth for VM1 to 100 Mbps. Your solution must only limit the bandwidth for VM1.

Which cmdlet should you run?

Answer: Set-VMNetworkAdapter


 

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