Tag - machine manager

How to configure the virtual machines


A company has a Windows Server 2012 R2 server named NYC-HOST1 that has the Hyper-V role installed.
The host server hosts two virtual machines named SALES1 and SALES2. NYC-HOST1 uses storage spaces
with tiered storage. The storage spaces contain both solid state disks (SSDs) and 10,000 RPM Serial Attached
SCSI (SAS) disks for .vhdx files. Each virtual machine runs on its own .vhdx file.
You plan to add new virtual machines each month. SALES1 and SALES2 must run at the highest possible
performance at all times.
You need to configure the virtual machines.
What should you do?
A. Add additional SSDs to the storage space that is occupied by SALES1 and SALES2
B. Replace the 10,000 RPM SAS disks with 15,000 RPM SAS disks.
C. Move the .vhdx files from the storage spaces to individual SAS hard disks.
D. pin the .vhdx files for SALES1 and SALES2 to the fast tier.
Correct Answer: D


A company has a server that has System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) installed. A specific
user must be able to create logical networks in VMM. You need to grant the user the required permissions.
What should you do?

A. in VMM, grant the user the Administrator role.
B. in VMM, create a self-service role that has the Deploy action assigned.
C. in Server Manager, add the user to the local Administrators group.
D. In VMM, grant the user the Tenant Administrator role.
Correct Answer: A

Configure a virtual machine (VM) template that will host a new application


Machine Manager (VMM) to configure a virtual machine (VM) template that will host a new application.
You have the following requirements for new VMs that host the application:
New VMs must be highly available.
You must join the VMs to an Active Directory Domain Services domain at deployment.
You need to modify the VM template to support the requirements.
On the properties page for the template, which two settings should you configure? To answer, select the
appropriate settings in the answer area.


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