iPass4Sure there will be 143 questions&answers. Has been a test?Wednesday, April 16, 2014 11:23 AM UTyo<br /> the one about change expiration date of a CA <br /> its mod the reg on server 1 <br /> <br />, April 29, 2013 2:59 AM UTJohn voodoo32 this helps.Sunday, April 28, 2013 9:10 PM UTvoodoo32 to everybody about Disk<br /> <br /> 2-3 Way mirror<br /><br /> <br /> Parity<br /><br /> <br /> This is an image of one of test servers.Sunday, April 28, 2013 9:53 AM UT70-414 @ Phillip, <br /> <br /> Exam F Q1 - I think 4 is the correct answer. The security requirements state that we have to use a offline root ca and a issuing ca for every office. As we have 3 offices plus the offline ca it is 4 and not 2.Saturday, April 27, 2013 6:19 AM UTJohn,<br /> <br /> Exam F Q1 - I agree with this, I think that I've always seen this answered as 4, but it should be 2.Friday, April 26, 2013 9:00 PM UTJohn,<br /> <br /> I can see this one multiple ways. This is what I'm picking up. R&D and Sales can be on one server R&D backs up their own files and Sales modify permissions on their own folders. Next finance on a server and hr on another server because they need auditing privileges for their own department. The simplest answer will be 3. Any thoughts on this?Friday, April 26, 2013 8:58 PM UTJohn<br /> <br /> Exam B Q6 - I agree with the answer to the original from previous VCE's. Not this change.<br /> <br /> Q10 - What is your reason for this answer?<br /> <br /> Exam D Q7 - Server1 is offline, the link provided refers to the inf on Server 2 but its referring to 2003. Registry on Server2 makes sense. Does anyone have some documentation to back this up?<br /> <br /> Exam D Q11 - I agree the wording on C is misleading an not the correct answer.<br /> <br /> Exam D Q 12 - I'm leaning to D and this is why:<br /> <br /> Exam D Q 18 - Ill have to research this one.<br /> <br /> Exam D Q 26 - The answer in the VCE is A.<br /> <br /> Exam D Q27 - You could do shared nothing but it is specifying live migration. I've seen this answered each way. Any additional thoughts on this?Friday, April 26, 2013 8:51 PM UTJohn<br /> <br /> The issue that I have with "Exam C Q2 - Hard drives" is that it is not specified that these will be clustered rather it specifies that there are multiple servers on the network. This answer can vary wildly depending upon how many columns are involved. In simplest terms it would be 2/3/3 for a single server. If additional columns were in the design then the link that you provided would be correct as well. Any additional thoughts on this?Friday, April 26, 2013 8:26 PM UTNos<br /> <br /> Exam C <br /> <br /> Q2. Hard drives 3/3/5 <br /> <br />, April 26, 2013 5:33 PM UTNos found several I disagree with. Links provided on some.<br /> <br /> Exam B <br /> Q6. The answer is B. 2<br /> <br /> Q 10 Completely disagree with this change. 1. Install NLB 2. Create Cluster, 3. Add Iscsi Target, 4. Create iSCSI Targets, 5. Reconfigure.<br /> <br /> <br /> Exam C <br /> <br /> Q2. Hard drives 2/3/5<br /> <br /><br /> <br /> Q10. Answer is A. Differencing VHD disks.<br /> <br /> Exam D <br /> Q 7. I am 100% positive it is B. 2. Capolicy is before installation and deploying templates. Server 1 is offline.<br /> <br /> Q 11. Pretty sure it is A. B.<br /> Q 12. Not sure about this, Think it is C. Configure serve 2 as an Enterprise CA.<br /> <br /> Q 18. Think it is only A. <br /><br /><br /> <br /> Q 26. A. This is the method to insure no downtime.<br /> <br /><br /><br /> <br /> Q 27. B. Option 2. Failure Clustering Feature is needed for live migration. It does not say it is iSCSI San<br /> <br />, April 26, 2013 5:01 PM UTPhillip B, Q6.<br /> <br /> Answer selected says 3 servers but explanation variably lists 2 or 3 servers.<br /> <br /> By my count you only need 2:<br /> <br /> The auditing requirement is the only requirement that dictates the need for another server.. 1 for HR and 1 for Finance.. the R&D and Sales shares can go on either of the 2 servers stood up for HR/FinanceFriday, April 26, 2013 4:45 PM UTPhillip F, Q1.<br /> <br /> The question asks for the minimum number of CA's required to provide certificates issued by a server in the local office of the client..<br /> <br /> There are 2 local offices (Miami & Seattle).. Thus the minimum number of CA's required is 2.. No? <br /> <br /> Why is it 4? You're deploying 4 new servers but they dont all need to be CAs.. I could maybe see an argument for 3 if you want to include an offline root..Friday, April 26, 2013 4:30 PM UTPhillip D, Q7.<br /> <br /> You reference an article that says to modify the CAPolicy.inf file on Server 1 but the question's "answer" is Modify the registry on server 1.<br /> <br /> Im inclined to go with the CAPolicy.inf answer.Friday, April 26, 2013 4:22 PM UTJohn lot of added explanations and some new answers. Review it.Friday, April 26, 2013 11:35 AM UT