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Exam Number/Code: 70-659
Exam name: TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization
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Qustion No. 1


You create a snapshot of a running virtual machine (VM) before applying a new service pack for the operating system. 

You receive an alert that the host is running low on disk space on the volume where you took a snapshot of the VM. 

You need to free up disk space on the volume while ensuring that future restarts of the VM are successful. 

Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area, and arrange them in the correct order.) 



1. Delete Snapshot to immediately start the merge. 

2. Power Off the VM. 

3. Start the VM after the merge completes. Create a snapshot and get a message you are running out of space. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winserverhyperv/thread/878f038a-efbe-4a0c-8164-ded772a2e972/ The original VHD is the base of all snapshots, you have to merge the snapshots into the original VHD. If you have enough space left on the disk, you can just delete all the snapshots and then power off the VM, the snapshots will be merge into its original VHD. For more information, you can refer to: How to manually merge Hyper-V snapshots into a single VHD http://itproctology.blogspot.com/2008/06/how-to-manually-merge-hyper-v-snapshots.html Recovering Your Virtual Machine. How to Manually Merge Hyper-V Snapshots Back into one VHD http://networkfoo.org/server-infrastructure/recovering-your-virtual-machine-how-manually-merge-hyper-vsnapshots-back-one- HELP, out of diskspace when merg http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverhyperv/thread/0564d5f5-42ad-4e79-a4b0-24596eabf6f1 

Qustion No. 2

You are configuring your Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2 environment. 

A VMware ESX 3.5 host server named Host1 is added to the existing VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) environment that you manage by using VMM. 

You need to add Host1 to your VMM environment. 

What should you do? 

A. In the Computer name field of the Add VMware VirtualCenter server dialog box, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of Host1. 

B. In the Computer name field of the Add VMware VirtualCenter server dialog box, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the VMware VirtualCenter server that manages Host1. 

C. In the Add Hostswizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of Host1. 

D. In the Add Hosts wizard, select the VMware ESX Server host (any location) option. In the Computer name field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the VMware VirtualCenter server that manages Host1. 

Answer: C 


How to Add an ESX Server Host to VMM To add ESX Server hosts 

1. If you are managing your VMware environment in secure mode, retrieve the following security information from the host computers before you add the hosts: 

a. For all versions of ESX Server, secure mode requires a certificate. If you plan to use the self-signed certificates that VMware created when ESX Server was installed on the hosts, retrieve the certificates from the host computers. This is not required if you are using a certificate from a trusted certification authority. 

For hosts that are running VMware ESX Server 3.5 or VMware ESX Server 3.0.2, also retrieve the SSH public key from the host computer. A public key is not required for hosts running ESX Server 3i. 

b. For instructions for automating the preceding tasks, see Configuring Security for a Managed VMware Environment in VMM (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=145051). 

2. In any view in the VMM Administrator Console, on the Actions pane, click Add hosts to open the Add Hosts Wizard. 

3. On the Select Host Location page, click VMware ESX Server host, enter the credentials for an account with administrative privileges on the host, and then click Next. 

4. On the Select Host Servers page, do the following: 

a. In the Computer name or IP address box, type the computer name or IP address of an ESX Server host. 

b. In the Virtualization VirtualCenter list, select the VMware VirtualCenter Server you want to add the host to. 


If the specified host is already being managed by VMM under a different VirtualCenter server, it will be moved from its current VirtualCenter server and added to the newly specified VirtualCenter Server. 

c. In the Host group list, select a host group for the host you want to add. 


A VMware ESX Server host can be added only to the VirtualCenter Server’s root host group or one of its children. 

d. Depending on whether you are managing your VMware environment in secure mode, do one of the following: 

-If secure mode is not turned on, click Add Host. 

-If secure mode is turned on, and you did not retrieve the certificate and public key manually, click Retrieve to have VMM connect to the host computer and retrieve the certificate and, if required, the SSH public key. For ESX Server 3i, the certificate is imported, but not a public key. Visually verify the authenticity of the items. Then select the Accept both the certificate and public key for this host check box, or, for a host running ESX Server 3i, select the Accept the certificate check box. Then click Add Host. 

For more information about secure mode, see Configuring Security for a Managed VMware 

Environment in VMM (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=145051). http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee236437.aspx 

Qustion No. 3

Your company has a load-balanced Remote Desktop Session host (RD Session Host) cluster. 

You need to track user session information for the load-balanced RD Session Host cluster. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a Remote Desktop connection authorization policy (RD CAP). 

B. Create a Remote Desktop authorization policy (RD RAM). 

C. Install and configure the remote Desktop Connection Broker role service. 

D. Install and configure the remote Desktop licensing role service. 

Answer: C 


Remote Desktop Connection Broker (RD Connection Broker), formerly Terminal Services Session 

Broker (TS Session Broker), is a role service that provides the following functionality: 

Allows users to reconnect to their existing sessions in a load-balanced RD Session Host server farm. 

This prevents a user with a disconnected session from being connected to a different RD Session Host server in the farm and starting a new session. 

Enables you to evenly distribute the session load among RD Session Host servers in a load-balanced RD Session Host server farm Provides users access to virtual desktops hosted on RD Virtualization Host servers and to RemoteApp programs hosted on RD Session Host servers through RemoteApp and Desktop Connection. 

Remote Desktop Connection Broker (RD Connection Broker), formerly Terminal Services Session Broker (TS Session Broker), is used to provide users with access to RemoteApp and Desktop Connection. RemoteApp and Desktop Connection provides users a single, personalized, and aggregated view of RemoteApp programs, session-based desktops, and virtual desktops to users. 

RD Connection Broker supports load balancing and reconnection to existing sessions on virtual desktops, Remote Desktop sessions, and RemoteApp programs accessed by using RemoteApp and Desktop Connection. RD Connection Broker also aggregates RemoteApp sources from multiple Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) servers that may host different RemoteApp programs. 

To configure which RemoteApp programs and virtual desktops are available through RemoteApp and Desktop Connection, you must add the RD Connection Broker role service on a computer running Windows Server 2008 R2, and then use Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RD Connection Manager). 

Qustion No. 4


A company uses Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2 to manage their Hyper-v environment. 

A VMM hardware profile is required for new SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise VMs. Based on company policy, VMs running SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise must use Dynamic Memory and the memory allocation for the VMs must be set to high. 

You need to configure a VMM hardware profile so that the memory allocation priority is set to high. 

How should you configure the hardware profile? (To answer, select the appropriate node in the answer area.) 



Qustion No. 5

You manage your virtual environment by using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2. You monitor the environment using Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2. 

You have three Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V servers in a failover cluster. 

You need to ensure that all virtual machines (VMs) are distributed automatically across the host servers, and that the VMs will automatically fail over to the most appropriate host server. 

What should you do? 

A. Configure Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) Tips for the Vms. 

B. In VMM, create a host group. Move the three host servers into the host group. 

C. Configure network load balancing on the VMs. 

D. Configure a Fibre Channel logical unit number (LUN) on a SAN device. Configure your VMs to store the configuration files on the Fibre Channel LUN. 

Answer: A 


Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) is available for hosts and virtual machines in host clusters that are managed by VMM2008 or VMM2008R2. PRO supports workload- and application-aware resource optimization within a virtualized environment based on performance and health data provided by PRO-enabled management packs in System Center Operations Manager2007SP1 or System Center Operations Manager2007R2. PRO can recommend or automatically implement remedial actions, through PRO tips, to minimize downtime and accelerate time to resolution. 

PRO-initiated remediation actions can include migrating virtual machines within a host cluster to load balance CPU and memory usage on the clustered hosts. If you have a mission-critical application that is not suitable for migration, you can exclude the virtual machine on which the workload is running from host-level actions in PRO. If the host exceeds its CPU or memory threshold, the virtual machine will not be migrated even if it is using the largest amount of that resource. Even if you exclude an HAVM from host level PRO actions, you will receive PRO tips for right-sizing the virtual machine’s configuration. 

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