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Question No: 101 – (Topic 2)

A View administrator assigns prescribed vCenter Server permissions to a vCenter Server role and associates the role with a domain user account named viewadmin. This account is used by View Connection Server for vCenter Server operations.

The administrator creates and provisions two dedicated-assignment automatic pools that use templates, and everything works as expected. View Composer is enabled and a linked clone pool is configured. The linked clone provisioning operation aborts with errors in the event log. The errors indicate that there are insufficient permissions.

What is the likely cause of the problem?

  1. The user account used by View Composer lacks sufficient vCenter Server permissions.

  2. QuickPrep could not create a unique SID for each desktop.

  3. The AD Organizational Unit was not entered in the Guest Customization page.

  4. The customization specification was corrupted.

Answer: A

Question No: 102 – (Topic 2)

A View vCenter Server role is created that includes all of the required View Administrator and local mode vCenter Server privileges. The View administrator deploys a linked clone, dedicated-assignment pool. View Client with Local Mode is installed on all client systems. Desktops have been correctly provisioned and can be accessed remotely. However, when a user tries to check out a desktop, the operation fails due to insufficient permissions.

What is the likely cause of the problem?

  1. The Active Directory accounts of the users do not have sufficient privileges to start View Client.

  2. The vCenter Server role lacks privileges for View Composer.

  3. The Active Directory user account of the View administrator lacks the vCenter Server privileges.

  4. View Client users are not members of the Remote Desktop Users Group.

Answer: B

Question No: 103 – (Topic 2)

An administrator user group named Restricted Users is created in a View environment to manage a specific folder. After a few weeks, the users in that group complain that they no longer have access to View Administrator. Further investigation indicates that the group no longer exists. Logs show that the group was not removed by any View administrators.

What would cause the group to disappear?

  1. The group was removed in Active Directory.

  2. The group was set with an expiration date which was exceeded.

  3. The only permission for the Restricted Users group was removed.

  4. The permission was set with an expiration date which was exceeded.

Answer: C

Question No: 104 – (Topic 2)

Why would a View Administrator user be unable to delete a permission on an object?

  1. The user was created with the No Modify option.

  2. The permission was inherited from a parent object.

  3. The permission was set with the Persistent setting.

  4. The user is not part of the View Administrator group.

Answer: B

Question No: 105 – (Topic 2)

A View administrator has deleted a linked clone pool, and communication between the Connection Server and the vCenter Server is lost. The administrator notices that the virtual machine associated with the replica still remains in the inventory view of vCenter Server and cannot be deleted.

Which step must be taken to resolve this problem?

  1. Run the sviconfig command with the unprotectentity option on the vCenter Server to remove the protection from the linked clone object.

  2. Run the sviconfig command with the removeprotectentity option on the vCenter Server to remove the protection from the linked clone object.

  3. Run the sviconfig command with the removeprotectentity option on the View Connection Server to remove the protection from the linked clone object.

  4. Run the sviconfig command with the unprotectentity option on the View Connection Server to remove the protection from the linked clone object.

Answer: A

Question No: 106 – (Topic 2)

A View administrator needs to restore an environment following a crash of the View Connection servers. After the restore is done, the View administrator notices that some of

the desktops of a pool are missing. What is likely the cause of this issue?

  1. The pool was refreshed after the restore.

  2. The pool was recomposed before the restore but after the backup.

  3. The pool was recomposed after the restore.

  4. The pool was refreshed before the restore but after the backup.

Answer: B

Question No: 107 – (Topic 2)

An administrator has configured View with a single Connection Server and is adding a Replica Connection Server. After installing the Replica Connection Server the following symptoms are observeD.

鈥ew pools disappear after creation or do not appear.

鈥rovisioning tasks do not start and no activity is observed in vCenter.

鈥oth Connection Servers are visible under the Servers page in View Administrator on the Replica Connection Server.

鈥nly the original Connection Server is visible under the Servers page in View Administrator on the original Connection Server.

What is the likely source of this problem?

  1. Not enough time has passed for replication to complete.

  2. DNS entries for the Connection Servers are missing or incorrect.

  3. View Composer must be restarted after a Replica Connection Server is added.

  4. Not enough memory is available to the View Connection Server to complete the provisioning tasks.

Answer: B

Question No: 108 – (Topic 2)

In the View Administrator Dashboard, a datastore is highlighted as being unavailable, even

though there are several virtual desktops active and running from this datastore. What is the cause of this unavailable status?

  1. Some, but not all, vSphere hosts in the cluster have the datastore defined.

  2. The datastore was out of space and the error has not yet been cleared in vCenter Server.

  3. View Composer provisioning has been manually disabled for the datastore in one or more pools.

  4. The datastore has been configured for High Availability (HA) Heartbeat which is not compatible with View Composer.

Answer: A

Question No: 109 – (Topic 2)

An organization has two large office locations connected by a WAN connection that is already heavily saturated with traffic.

An administrator installs a Master View Connection Server at site A and a Replica Connection Server at site B. For desktops that are deployed the displayed state or availability is incorrect in many cases.

What causes these inconsistencies?

  1. DNS entries for the Connection Servers are missing or incorrect.

  2. View Connection Servers in a single pod cannot be deployed across a WAN link.

  3. Firewalls between the sites must allow TCP port 4001 for synchronization.

  4. At least one shared datastore must be used between the sites for pool status synchronization.

Answer: B

Question No: 110 – (Topic 2)

An administrator has View installed in a LAN environment with tunneling disabled. When users connect from the View Client on a Windows 7 laptop, they can authenticate and select a pool, but receive a black screen when connecting with PCoIP. After 10 seconds,

their session automatically disconnects. RDP users are not affected. What port is likely being blocked by a firewall to cause this issue?

  1. Port 50002/UDP

  2. Port 4172/UDP

  3. Port 3389/TCP

  4. Port 443/TCP

Answer: B

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