|Exam Name||:||Monitoring and Operating a Private Cloud|
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|Updated On||:||December 13, 2017|
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Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains a domain controller named DC1 and member servers named Server1 and Server2. Server1 has System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager installed. Server2 has System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator installed. Orchestrator has the System Center Integration Pack for System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager installed. In Operations Manager, you have a monitor named Monitor1 that triggers an alert named Alert1. You need to ensure that when Alert1 is triggered, a custom runbook starts. Which two actions should you perform from Orchestrator? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Configure a filter of PrincipalName equals Alert1.
Configure a filter of MonitorObjectName equals Monitor1.
Add the Get Alert activity.
Add the Monitor Alert activity and configure triggers for the alert.
Configure a filter of Name equals Alert1.
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 infrastructure. The network contains a Service Manager infrastructure and a Configuration Manager infrastructure. You create a configuration baseline for desired configuration management. You need to ensure that an incident is created automatically in Service Manager when a device is non-compliant You install the Configuration Manager connector for Service Manager. What should you do next?
Create an incident template.
Import the Configuration Manager Management Packs.
Create a Desired Configuration Management Event Workflow Configuration.
Create a service level objective (SLO) for the desired configuration management incident.
A connector is required to bring data from Configuration Manager into Service Manager. From there, you create a Desired Configuration management Event Workflow.
Using Connectors to Import Data into System Center 2012 - Service Manager
How to Configure Desired Configuration
In System Center Service Manager 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1), you can import configuration baselines from System Center Configuration Manager 2007 by using a Configuration Manager connector.
Then, you can configure Service Manager to create incidents for each Service Manager configuration item that is reported as noncompliant against the defined values.
You can use the following procedures to configure incident management to automatically generate desired configuration management-based incidents.
To configure incident management to automatically generate desired configuration management based incidents
In the Service Manager console, click Administration.
In the Administration pane, expand Workflows, and then click Configuration.
In the Configuration pane, double-click Desired Configuration Management Event Workflow Configuration.
In the Configure Desired Configuration Management Workflows dialog box, click Add. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff460938.aspx
Your company has a private cloud that contains two Active Directory forests named contoso.com and adatum.com. The contoso.com network and the adatum.com network are separated by a firewall. No trusts exist between the forests. You deploy System Center 2012 Operations Manager to adatum.com. You install agents on 100 servers in both forests. You need to ensure that you can monitor all 100 servers. The solution must minimize the traffic between the two networks. What should you install? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)
A server certificate on the gateway server in contoso.com
A gateway server in adatum.com
A server certificate on the gateway server in adatum.com
Client certificates on all of the servers in adatum.com
A gateway server in contoso.com
A server certificate on the management server in adatum.com
Client certificates on all of the servers in contoso.com
Your company has a datacenter in Los Angeles that contains a private cloud. The private cloud is managed by using a System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) infrastructure. You create a host group named HG1. You move several Hyper-V hosts to HG1. You plan to manage Windows updates for the hosts
in HG1 by using VMM. An administrator creates a baseline as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You discover that the updates defined in the baseline are not applied to the hosts in HG1. You need to ensure that the required updates are deployed to the hosts in HG1. What should you do?
Copy the required updates to the VMM library server.
Modify the properties of HG1.
Copy the Virtual Machine template to an alternate location.
Modify the properties of the baseline.
Synchronize the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server.
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure. You run applications virtually by using Hyper-V hosts. Each application has a dedicated virtual machine on a Hyper-V host. The Microsoft Monitoring Agent is deployed to all physical servers. Currently, all of the physical servers are monitored for memory, CPU, and disk space use. You need to monitor the memory, CPU, and disk space use of each application server. What should you do?
Deploy the Microsoft Monitoring Agent to each virtual machine.
Configure a new notification subscription for each Hyper-V host.
Deploy the Configuration Manager client to each virtual machine.
Configure a new channel for each virtual machine.
Bad question IMO. The thing to know here is that the SCOM Agent is now called the Microsoft Monitoring Agent. In order to monitor VMs, you need to install the SCOM agent (MMA) to the guest, not the host.
None of the other answers make sense anyways.
Please see http://www.server-log.com/blog/2013/12/2/installing-scom-agent- microsoft- monitoring-agent-fromsystem.html
Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains a domain controller named DC1 and a member server named Server1. You have a server named Server2 that is a member of a workgroup. All servers run Windows Server 2012 R2. Server1 has System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager installed. DC1 is configured as an enterprise certification authority (CA). Server1 and DC1 are located on the internal network. Server2 is located on a perimeter network. You need to monitor Server2 by using Operations Manager. Which three actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Request and install a certificate on Server2, and then import the certificate to Server1.
Run the Discovery Wizard on Server1.
Open port UDP 161 and UDP 162 on the firewall between the internal network and the perimeter network.
Open port TCP 5723 on the firewall between the internal network and the perimeter network.
Manually install the Microsoft Monitoring Agent on Server2.
Request and install a certificate on Server1, and then import the certificate to Server2.
You have a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure. You plan to implement the Audit Collection Service (ACS). ACS reports will not be available from the Operations Manager console. You need to recommend a solution to view the ACS reports. What should you include in the recommendation?
A Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) instance
A reporting services point in Configuration Manager
A Reporting data warehouse for Service Manager
A Microsoft SharePoint Server report library
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 R2 infrastructure. You plan to use service level objectives (SLOs) to monitor the network resources. In the table below, identify which type of SLO should be used to achieve each SLO goal. Make only one selection in each row.
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure. You plan to create a distributed application named DistributedApp1. You need to ensure that a folder for DistributedApp1 is available from the Monitoring workspace in the Operations Manager console. What should you do?
Add the OperationsManagerAppMonitoring object to DistributedApp1.
Save DistributedApp1 as a new management pack.
Add the OperationsManagerMonitoringView object to DistributedApp1.
Save DistributedApp1 in the Default Management Pack.
The Default Management Pack file contains common elements such as views at the top level of the Monitoring workspace.
This is an unsealed management pack file so that you can create views and folders at this level.
It should not be used for any other purpose.
For creating elements such as monitors and rules, create a new management pack file.
OpsMgr 2007 is used to store very specific information for the management group. It is a widely known best practice to NOT write any custom rules, monitors, groups, views, or overrides to this MP.
Even customers who know this - and try to enforce this across their organizations....
will still inadvertently get junk in their default MP.... they will save things here by accident, or by granting access to advanced operators who aren't educated on this
The main problem with doing so.... is that we will build a dependency for this MP on any MP it references....and therefore we wont ever be able to delete those management packs, until we clean this Default MP up, and start enforcing best practices. http://blogs.technet.com/b/kevinholman/archive/2008/11/11/cleaning- up-the-default- mp.aspx
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure. You deploy an application visualization solution. You deploy a server named Server1, and then you install the Remote Desktop Services server role. Server1 is monitored by using Operations Manager. You deploy a virtualized application named App1 to Server1. You need to set the state of Server1 to critical if CPU utilization by App1 exceeds 80 percent for five minutes. What should you create?
a service level objective (SLO)
an event subscription
a synthetic transaction
"You need to set the state of Server1 to critical if CPU utilization by App1 exceeds 80 percent for five minutes."
SLOs don't change the state of an object, monitors do: Create a monitor if… You want to affect the health of an object. In addition to generating an alert, a monitor will affect the health state of its target object. This is displayed in state views and availability reports.
Monitors and Rules http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh457603.aspx
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure. The network contains two servers named Server1 and Server2 that run Windows Server 2008 R2. The private cloud contains two servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.
The network segments are separated by a firewall. All of the TCP ports from 1 to 1024 are allowed on the firewall. You need to ensure that Server2 can send security events to Server1. What should you do?
From the firewall, allow TCP 5723 from Network2 to Network1.
Deploy an Operations Manager gateway server.
From the firewall, allow TCP 51909 from Network2 to Network1.
From the firewall, allow TCP 51909 from Network1 to Network2.
Deploy an SMTP smart host.
From the firewall, allow TCP 5723 from Network1 to Network2.
ACS Forwarders Separated from the ACS Collector by a Firewall Because of the limited communication between an ACS forwarder and an ACS collector you only need to open the inbound TCP port 51909 on a firewall to enable an ACS forwarder, separated from your network by a firewall, to reach the ACS collector.
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure. You plan to deploy a single-tier service to the private cloud. The service is configured to use Network Load Balancing (NLB). You need to create a Hardware Profile for the virtual machines that will be added to the service template. The solution must ensure that the virtual machines will use Windows Network Load Balancing. Which settings should you configure in the Hardware Profile? To answer, configure the four appropriate settings in the dialog box in the answer area.
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure. The private cloud has a connection to a partner company. The connection uses a router named Router1. Router1 is owned by the partner company. The partner company's security policy states that only partner company network administrators can access the configuration information of the partner company's network devices. You need to monitor the availability of Router1. The solution must meet the security policy requirement. Which access mode should you configure to discover Router1?
SNMPv1 and SNMPv2
ICMP, SNMPv1, and SNMPv2
ICMP and SNMPv3
It says we must not access the configuration information of the partner company's network devices. So SNMP is not a choice, because it will give us just that.
To monitor the availability, in other words the online/offline status of the device, we may use ICMP. Of course the device must answer to our ICMP requests like "ping", but that is not part of the question.
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 Service Manager instance. Service Manager has the Self-Service Portal installed. You
create a service offering that contains a single request offering. The service offering provides logged-on users with the ability to add their user account automatically to a group named Group1. You need to ensure that all requests for group membership changes require approval from the security department. What should you modify?
The service request template
The request offering
The service offering
The Service Offering Category list
http://syscen.blogspot.com/2012/01/automating-new-user-creation-with-scsm.html http://syscen.blogspot.com/2012/02/automating-new-user-creation-with-scsm.html http://syscen.blogspot.com/2012/02/automating-new-user-creation-with- scsm_09.html
Create Runbook Automated Activity Template
Extend service request class
Create Service Request template using the new Class and include the Runbook Automated Activity Template.
Create the Service Request Offering.