How to monitor long-running SQL Server Agent job

QUESTION

A company uses Windows Server 2012 R2 servers that have the Hyper-V role installed. The company uses a
single System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager (DPM) server to back up and recover the Hyper-V
environment.
You deploy a new standalone Hyper-V host server, and then deploy 20 new virtual machines (VMs) to the host
server. You create a DPM protection group named ProtectionGroup3.
You need to automate the process of adding the 20 new VMs to ProtectionGroup3.
What should you run?
A. the Windows PowerShell cmdlet Register-SCVMMManagedComputer
B. the Windows PowerShell cmdlet Update-SCVMMManagedComputer
C. the Windows PowerShell script AddNewStandAloneVM.ps1, and specify the Hyper-V server and
ProtectionGroup3 as parameters
D. the Windows PowerShell script AddNewStandAloneVMToDRServer.ps1, and specify the Hyper-V server
and ProtectionGroup3 as parameters

Correct Answer: C

QUESTION 

You use System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager to monitor the datacenter infrastructure and applications
for an organization. You import the SQL Server Management Pack.
You are unable to monitor long-running SQL Server Agent jobs. You observe that the SQL Server Agent Jobs
View displays zero instances Other SQL Server-related monitoring operations function as expected.
You need to monitor long-running SQL Server Agent jobs.
What should you do?
A. Enable the Job Duration unit monitor.
B. Enable agent proxy for SQL Servers.

C. Enable the object discovery for the SQL Server Agent Job class.
D. End maintenance mode for the SQL Server 2012 Computers group.

Correct Answer: C

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