what should you do to ensure that all Hyper-V virtual machines start.

QUESTION 

You administer the virtual machines and the Hyper-V host server for a large organization.
All Hyper-V virtual machines must start even when the host server does not have enough physical memory
available.
You need to ensure that all Hyper-V virtual machines start.
What should you do?

A. Configure the Hyper-V host server to use smart paging.
B. Configure the virtual machines to run at high priority.
C. Configure the Hyper-V host server to run at high priority.
D. Configure the virtual machines to use dynamic memory.
E. Configure the virtual machines as members of an availability set.
F. Configure the Hyper-V host server as a member of an availability set.

Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 
A company uses System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM).
You have the following requirements:
Self-service users must be able to store and share their resources.
Self-service users must be able to use the resources to create profiles and templates in VMM.
You need to configure VMM to support self-service users.
Which three actions should you perform? Each correct response presents part of the solution.

A. In the VMM library share, create a user data path.
B. Grant the Read permission and the Write permission to all role members.
C. In the Public Documents share, create a user data path.
D. Assign the Deploy action to the role members.
E. Grant the Read & execute permission to all role members.
F. Assign the Author action to the role members.
Correct Answer: ABF

Explanation:
A (not C): VMM for System Center 2012 allows self-service users to use the VMM console, and to see their
logical and physical resources in the Library workspace.
* Self-service user data paths Configure user data paths on self-service user roles to provide a place where
members of a self-service user role can upload and share their own resources. The user data path also is the
best place for administrators to store resources that only members of a self-service user role need to use.
B: (not E) Access control permissions determine whether the users have Read/Write or Read/only access.
F (not D):
* Author
Grants members permission to author templates and profiles. Users with authoring rights can create hardware
profiles, operating system profiles, application profiles, SQL Server profiles, virtual machine templates and
service templates.

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