Latest Microsoft 70-246 Practice Exams Free Download with PDF & VCE (41-50)

QUESTION 41
You deploy System Center 2012 Operations Manager. You create two unsealed management packs named MP1 and MP2. You create an override for MP1. You create a group in MP2. You need to apply the override for MP1 to the group in MP2. What should you do before you apply the override?

A.    Create a new class in MP2.
B.    Seal MP1.
C.    Seal MP2.
D.    Create a new class in MP1.

Answer: C
Explanation:
When you create a group, you save it to an unsealed management pack. However, an element in an unsealed management pack, such as a group, cannot reference an element in a different unsealed management pack, such as an override or a view. If you are going to use a group to target an override or scope a view, you must either save the group to the same unsealed management pack as the override or view, or you must seal the management pack that contains the group. If you save the group to the same unsealed management pack as the override or view, you can only use that group for overrides and views that are also contained in that unsealed management pack. If you seal the management pack that contains the group, you can reference that group from other unsealed management packs. However, you cannot easily change any group settings in the sealed management pack or add new groups to the sealed management pack. http://www.code4ward.net/main/Blog/tabid/70/EntryId/130/Implications-when-using-groups-from-a-sealed-MPfor-overrides.aspx

QUESTION 42
Your company has a datacenter in Los Angeles. The datacenter contains a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure. A server named VMM1 hosts the System Center 2012 Service Manager management server. A server named Server2 hosts the System Center 2012 Orchestrator management server. You plan to use a runbook named Book1 to update the status of Service Manager incidents. You need to ensure that you can create Book1, and then reference the runbook in Service Manager. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)

A.    From the Service Manager Console, add an incident event workflow.
B.    From the Service Manager Shell, run the Set-SCDWJobSchedule cmdlet.
C.    From the Orchestrator Deployment Manager, register the Integration Pack for System Center Service Manager.
D.    From the Service Manager Console, create an Orchestrator connector.
E.    From the System Center 2012 Orchestrator Runbook designer, create a connection.
F.    From the Service Manager Shell, run the Enable-SCDWJobSchedule cmdlet.

Answer: CDE

QUESTION 43
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 infrastructure. The network contains a Service Manager infrastructure and an Orchestrator infrastructure. You plan to configure the private cloud to meet the following requirements:
– Integrate runbooks to Service Manager requests.
– Automate administration tasks by using runbooks.
– Provide end users with the ability to perform administrative tasks.
You need to configure the private cloud to meet the requirements. What should you do from Service Manager?

A.    Register the Orchestrator Integration Packs.
B.    Create an Exception Management Workflow.
C.    Register a data source.
D.    Select the sync folder for the Orchestrator connector.

Answer: A
Explanation:
The System Center Integration Pack for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager is an add-in for System Center 2012 – Orchestrator. It enables you to automate actions within Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, such as software and update deployment. In addition, it allows you create and modify collections.
With this integration pack, you can also create workflows that interact with and transfer information to the integration packs for System Center Service Manager, System Center Data Protection Manager, System Center Operations Manager, and System Center Virtual Machine Manager. Configuring the System Center 2012 ?Service Manager Connections A connection establishes a reusable link between Orchestrator and a Service Manager Server. You can create as many connections as you need to specify links to multiple servers. You can also create multiple connections to the same server to allow for differences in security permissions for different user accounts.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh830706.aspx

QUESTION 44
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?

A.    Create a Desired Configuration Management Event Workflow Configuration.
B.    Create a service level objective (SLO) for the desired configuration management incident.
C.    Create an incident template.
D.    Import the Configuration Manager Management Packs.

Answer: A
Explanation:
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 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh524326.aspx How to Configure Desired Configuration Management to Generate Incidents http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh495577.aspx Gol: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff460938 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
1. In the Service Manager console, click Administration.
2. In the Administration pane, expand Workflows, and then click Configuration.
3. In the Configuration pane, double-click Desired Configuration Management Event Workflow Configuration.
4. In the Configure Desired Configuration Management Workflows dialog box, click Add. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff460938.aspx

QUESTION 45
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infra structure. You have a line-of-business web application named App1. App1 stores its information in a dedicated Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database. You need to create a central diagram that contains the complete health information of Appl. You import the SQL, IIS, and Windows Server management packs. What should you create next?

A.    a dashboard view
B.    a distributed application model
C.    a Service Level Dashboard
D.    a diagram view

Answer: C
Explanation:
The Service Level Dashboard addresses the need for organizations to ensure that their business- critical IT resources (applications and systems) are available and performing at acceptable levels. The dashboard evaluates an application or group over a selected time period, determines whether it met the defined service level commitment, and displays summarized data. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc540485.aspx Operations Manager includes new comprehensive dashboard views that combine multiple panels of information into a single view. In Operations Manager, you can add the new dashboard views to My Workspace and the Monitoring workspace.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh551139.aspx

QUESTION 46
Your company has a datacenter in Los Angeles that contains a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure. You create three unsealed management packs named Pack1, Pack2, and Pack3. You create an override for Pack1. You create a group in Pack2. You need to apply the override for Pack1 to the group in Pack2. What should you do before you apply the override?

A.    Seal Pack1.
B.    Create a new class in Pack3.
C.    Create a new class in Pack1.
D.    Seal Pack2.
E.    Create a new class in Pack2.

Answer: D
Explanation:
When you create a group, you save it to an unsealed management pack. However, an element in an unsealed management pack, such as a group, cannot reference an element in a different unsealed management pack, such as an override or a view. If you are going to use a group to target an override or scope a view, you must either save the group to the same unsealed management pack as the override or view, or you must seal the management pack that contains the group. If you save the group to the same unsealed management pack as the override or view, you can only use that group for overrides and views that are also contained in that unsealed management pack. If you seal the management pack that contains the group, you can reference that group from other unsealed management packs. However, you cannot easily change any group settings in the sealed management pack or add new groups to the sealed management pack. http://www.code4ward.net/main/Blog/tabid/70/EntryId/130/Implications-when-using-groups-from- a-sealed-MPfor-overrides.aspx

QUESTION 47
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure. You discover that several users create incidents for the same issue by using the Self-Service Portal. Over 100 incidents are created. You need to ensure that all of the incidents can be resolved as quickly as possible. What should you do?

A.    create a service level objective (SLO).
B.    Create a queue.
C.    Select the Link to New Parent Incident task.
D.    Select the Escalate or Transfer the Incidents task.

Answer: C
Explanation:
http://wwwco1vip.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=01f0792d-f246-4549-a200- 53001865495b
How to Create a Parent Incident from an Incident Form
In SystemCenter2012-ServiceManager, one way a help desk analyst can create a parent incident is when an existing incident is already opened. You can create a parent incident using the following steps. A parent incident serves as a container for several incidents. The following procedure is performed on an incident that is neither a parent incident nor a child incident.
Afterward, a new parent incident is created and the existing incident is converted to a child incident.
To create a parent incident from an incident form
1. In the Service Manager console, open the Work Items workspace, and in the Work Items pane, expand Incidents.
2. Select any Incident Management view that contains active incidents, and then select an incident.
3. In the Tasks pane, click Edit to open the incident.
4. In the Tasks pane, click Link to New Parent Incident to open the Link to New Parent Incident dialog box.
5. In the Link to New Parent Incident dialog box, select a template to create the new parent incident with, and then click OK. For example, select Networking Issue Incident Template, and then click OK.
6. In the Title box, type a new description or modify the description that is inserted by the template.
For example, type Network Outage in Bldg 773.
7. In the Affected user box, select the user who reported this incident. For example, select Joe Andreshak.
8. In the Alternate Contact Method box, enter additional contact information for the affected user (optional).
9. The Child Incidents tab appears in the form where you view the child incident that the new parent incident is grouped with and where you can add other child incidents.
10. In the parent incident form, click OK to close it.
11. In the original incident form, click OK to close it.

QUESTION 48
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure. The network contains an Operations Manager infrastructure and a Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) infrastructure. You implement a Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 farm that is hosted on 10 virtual machines. The company defines a service level agreement (SLA) for the farm’s availability of at least 99.9 percent uptime. You need to ensure that the company’s compliance officer can identify whether the SLA requirement is met. What should you do?

A.    Create a distributed application that contains the servers and the services used by the farm.
Create a Service Level Tracking object for the distributed application.
Add a service level objective (SIO), and then set the goal to 99.9 percent.
B.    Create a group, and then add all of the farm servers to the group.
Create a Service Level Tracking object.
Add a service level objective (SLO), and then set the goal to 99.9 percent.
C.    Create a group, and then add all of the farm servers to the group.
Create a performance collection rule for each front-end Web server m the farm.
Configure an alert if network availability falls below 99.9 percent.
D.    Create a distributed application that contains the servers and the services used by the farm.
Create a performance collection rule for each front-end Web server in the farm.
Configure an alert if network availability falls below 99.9 percent.

Answer: A
Explanation:
Adding only the servers doesn’t mean, that the services (SharePoint) are available.
So it must be a distributed application.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh230719
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh457612.aspx

QUESTION 49
Your company has a private cloud that contains a System Center 2012 Service Manager infrastructure. You need to create a service level objective (SLO) for incidents that have a priority value of 1. What should you create first?

A.    a service template
B.    a queue
C.    a channel
D.    a rule

Answer: B
Explanation:
Queues are used in SCSM 2012 SLA Management to apply the SLA to a group of work items. http://blogs.technet.com/b/servicemanager/archive/2012/01/25/scsm-2012-service-level-management.aspx

QUESTION 50
Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure. You have a distributed application named App1. App1 has the following service level objectives (SLOs):
– At least 99.9 percent uptime
– No more than 85 percent average CPU utilization
You need to add the SLOs that monitor the required information to Service Level Tracking. Which SLO or SLOs should you add? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)

A.    Monitor state SLO – Availability
B.    Monitor state SLO – Security
C.    Collection rule SLO
D.    Monitor state SLO – Performance
E.    Monitor state SLO – Configuration

Answer: AC
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh230719.aspx To define a service level objective for an application Open the Operations console with an account that is a member of the Operations Manager Administrators user role.
Click Authoring.
In the navigation pane, expand Management Pack Objects, and then click Service Level Tracking.
In the Tasks pane, click Create.
In the Service Level Tracking dialog box, type a name for the service level that you are defining. For example, type LOB Application 1. Optionally, you can provide a description. Click Next. On the Objects to Track page, under Targeted class, click Select. In the Select a Target Class dialog box, select a class for the service level, such as Distributed Application, from the list in the text box. You can search for a class by typing its name into the Look For text box. Click OK to close the Select a Target dialog box. You can use the Scope option to specify the scope for the service level. The default selection is to use all objects of the targeted class.
Select the management pack that this service level will be saved in. You can use an existing management pack or create a new one.
Click Next.
On the Service Level Objectives page, click Add, and then click Monitor state SLO to create a new monitor.
This monitor will track the availability of the application.
Define the state monitor as follows:
In the Service level objective name text box, type a name for the service level objective. For this scenario, type Availability.
From the Monitor drop-down list, choose the specific monitor that you want to use to measure the objective. For this scenario, choose Availability.
Using the Service level objective goal (%) spin box, provide the numerical measure for your objective. For example, select 99.990 to indicate that your goal is 99.99% availability. You can refine what the monitor tracks to determine availability by selecting or clearing any of the following state criteria:
Unplanned maintenance
Unmonitored
Monitoring unavailable
Monitor disabled
Planned maintenance
Warning
Click OK.
On the Service Level Objectives page, click Add, and then click Collection rule SLO to create a new collection rule. This rule will track the performance of the application Define the performance collection rule as follows:
In the Service level objective name: text box, type a name for the service level objective. For this scenario, type Performance.
Under Targeted class, click Select to open the Select a Target Class dialog box. Specify the target class for the rule from the list of targets in the text box. Note that this class must be contained in the distributed application.
For this scenario, select the specific class the rule is targeted to, such as Windows Server 2008 Operating System.
Under Performance collection rule, click Select to open the Select a Rule dialog box. Specify the performance collection rule to use. For this scenario, choose Collect Processor\ % Processor Time performance counter, and then click OK.
Using one of the Aggregation method options, choose one of the following:
Average
Min
Max
Use the Service level objective goal drop-down list to specify either Less than or More than, and enter a value in the adjacent text box. For this scenario, choose Less Than and 80. This indicates that the performance goal is to never exceed 80% processor time.
Click OK.
On the Service Level Objectives page, click Next.
On the Summary page, review the settings, and then click Finish.
When the Completion page appears, click Close.

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