all answers seem convincingly correctTuesday, November 26, 2013 10:37 PM UTfhiyll Question in relation to sconfig<br /> Answer shown as "8 )Network Settings"<br /> I think it should be "4)Configure Remote Management"<br /> This will then give options 1-Enable Remote Management 2 -Disable Remote Management 3-Configure PING response 4 - Exit<br /> Thoughts?Tuesday, November 26, 2013 8:56 PM UTfhiyll about 4x500GB Disks, Required for<br /> App1 needs 20GB (800GB in 3 years)<br /> App2 needs 20GB (900GB in 3 years)<br /> Solution must allow dynamic storage and to be resilient in the event of a disk failure.<br /> Question shows A&B as correct,<br /> I think C (Allows normal operation in event of failure) and E (allows dynamically expanding storage)<br /> Thoughts?Tuesday, November 26, 2013 8:53 PM UTfhiyll 16) Ensure the logon script in GPO1 is applied. <br /> The recorded answer says enforce.<br /> I think it should be 'Enable the Link of GPO1 (Choice - D)'<br /> The picture exhibit shows the GPO to be greyed-out and therefore not Enabled.<br /> Thoughts/?<br /> <br /> Evidence...<br /> A "link" means that a Group Policy object is directly connected and <br /> applied to a OU. You can link/"connect" a given Group Policy to many OUs <br /> by just creating a link. You don't have to create a Group Policy for <br /> every OU you want to have it apply to. So the link is just the <br /> "connection" between a GP and a OU.<br /> <br /> "Enforced" means that settings in the Group Policy which is set to <br /> "Enforced" cannot be overwritten by other Group Policies. You remember, <br /> the policy application goes like L-S-D-OU-SubOU, (Local, Site, Domain, <br /> OU, SubOUs), where "last writing policy wins the setting" applies. <br /> Enforce simply ensures that a policy, no matter where it is set, cannot <br /> get overwritten.Tuesday, November 26, 2013 8:20 PM UTFhiyll Exhibit shows a disk which is Dynamic, Online.<br /> The question is a bit wrong for the answer. The answer to the literal question should be - B) take the disk offline.<br /> However, the exhibit picture shows the disk in the actual virtual machine (ie already offline in the host) and requires formatting in the vm. So the actual answer should be take offline if you ignore the picture. As the question is asking for the first instance and not subsequent actions?!<br /> Thoughts?Tuesday, November 26, 2013 4:14 PM UTFhiyll Server has a snapshot in hyper v, user wants to change snapshot location, what is required first?.<br /> Answer is reported as A - Copy the snapshot.<br /> However, i think it should be D - delete the snapshot.<br /> Hyper v (WS12) will only let you change location if no snapshots have previously been created.<br /> Another valid answer, could be export, but is not presented in the multiple choice!?<br /> Thoughts?Tuesday, November 26, 2013 4:07 PM UTray delacruz just want to get some reviewerMonday, November 25, 2013 9:56 PM UTakram love it!Monday, November 25, 2013 9:55 PM UTdielli, November 19, 2013 2:19 PM UTHagai A Q.64<br /> The answer is Enable the link of GPO1<br /> When the GP is in grey it mean that the GPO is disabled.Wednesday, November 13, 2013 3:20 PM UTAshim Nath careful guys, many questions are provides with wrong answer. . . . .Tuesday, November 12, 2013 12:22 PM UThussam thanks ..Tuesday, November 12, 2013 9:38 AM UT