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Microsoft 70-232 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

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1. You are the Application Center 2000 administrator for your company. The company is designing a Web site that maintains user information in order to personalize the Web site. The company plans to place the Web site on the Application Center cluster.
The company wants you to design an infrastructure that will work with the majority of firewalls or proxy servers that client computers might be using to access the Web site. The Web site designers have agreed that enabling cookies can be a requirement to maintain session state information.
You need to design the Application Center cluster to work with as many firewalls and proxy servers as possible. What should you do?
A: Enable request forwarding.
B: Set the client affinity to None.
C: Set the client affinity to Single.
D: Set the client affinity to Class C.
Answer: A

2. You are the administrator for your company's Application Center 2000 cluster. The servers in the cluster have two processors and 512 MB of RAM. Recently, the traffic to the cluster has increased. Therefore, you add a temporary server to the cluster. The temporary server has 512 MB of RAM, but it has only one processor. Because the server has only one processor, you are concerned about performance on this server.
You need to configure Health Monitor to notify you only if the performance of the temporary server is starting to decrease. What should you do?
A: Configure a monitor in a Non-Synchronized Monitors data group on the temporary server. Configure the data collector to send you an alert.
B: Configure a monitor in a Synchronized Monitors data group on the temporary server. Configure the data collector to send you an alert.
C: Configure a monitor in a Non-Synchronized Monitors data group on the cluster controller. Configure the data collector to send you an alert.
D: Configure a monitor in a Synchronized Monitors data group on the cluster controller. Configure the data collector to send you an alert.
Answer: A

3. You are the administrator for your company's Application Center 2000 cluster. For redundancy, another set of Web servers is being brought online at another location. The configuration of both clusters needs to be as similar as possible, including all data collectors and data groups.
You need to configure monitoring on the redundant Application Center cluster to match the existing cluster. Which two actions should you take? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A:Export the Performance Logs and Alerts settings from the Microsoft Windows 2000 Performance tool.
B:Copy the system32\wbem\Repository subdirectory from the existing cluster to the redundant cluster.
C:Export the WBEM registry key settings from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
D:Export the settings by using dumphm.exe.
E:Import the settings by using regedt32.exe on the target.
F:Compile the Managed Object Format (MOF) file by using mofcomp.exe on the target.
Answer: D, F

4. You are the administrator for an Application Center 2000 Web cluster that consists of six servers and hosts a large production Web site. The Web site receives tens of thousands of hits per day. Internet Information Services (IIS) log information for the Web site is critical for reporting and planning purposes. You plan to extract the log files daily from each server at 11:55 P.M.
You enable logging for the Web site on the cluster controller. The next day when you examine the log files, you notice that they are identical on each server.
You want to ensure that you have accurate log data for each server in the cluster. What should you do?
A: Configure an exclusion for *.log files in the cluster's synchronization properties.
B: Individually configure IIS logging for the Web site on each server in the cluster.
C: Configure the automatic update interval to be 24 hours in the cluster general properties.
D: On each server, modify NTFS permissions for the directory containing the log files so that only the Creator/Owner group has write permissions.
Answer: A

5. You are the administrator for an Application Center 2000 Web cluster that consists of two servers named StageNew and StageOld. The cluster functions as a staging area for a production Web cluster. StageNew is the cluster controller. Automatic synchronization of updates is disabled for the cluster.
You deploy several content updates to StageNew. You want to test the new content for 24 hours before updating the content on StageOld. StageOld has an unidentified problem that requires the server to be restarted occasionally. Four hours into testing, you restart StageOld. After the server restarts, you discover that the Web site content updates have been deployed to StageOld.
You want StageOld to remain at the previous content revision while the new content is being tested on StageNew. How can you prevent the content from being updated?
A: Use the Application Center snap-in to enable automatic updates. Configure the interval for 24 hours.
B: Use the Application Center snap-in to enable automatic updates. Designate StageOld as the cluster controller.
C: Use the Application Center snap-in to remove StageOld from the synchronization loop.
D: Use the Application Center snap-in to take StageOld offline.
Answer: C

6. You are the Application Center 2000 administrator for your company. You are responsible for deploying a new intranet Web site, www.tailspintoys.com, on the Application Center cluster. You are currently using Network Load Balancing (NLB) on the Application Center cluster. The client affinity is currently set to None.
The Web site needs to maintain client session state. After the Web site goes live, the help desk informs you that users are losing their session state.
You want to optimize performance for users and to enable users to maintain their personalized information throughout their visit to the Web site. What should you do?
A: Set the client affinity to Single.
B: Set the client affinity to Class C.
C: Enable request forwarding for all Web sites in the Application Center cluster.
D: Enable request forwarding only for Web sites that use ASP session state.
Answer: A

7. You are the administrator for your company's Application Center 2000 cluster. Your company is an Internet service provider. The company hosts a number of Web sites for a number of other companies. Occasionally, one of these Web sites will fail. The Web site needs to be back online as soon as possible. This needs to be done without disrupting the other Web sites. You have configured a data collector and threshold to track Web site failures. You need to configure Application Center to bring Web sites online if they fail. What should you do?
A: Configure an action that uses the startweb.vbs file to start the site.
B: Configure an action that takes each cluster member offline and then back online.
C: Configure an action that restarts the WWW Service.
D: Configure an action that runs the IISReset.exe file.
Answer: A


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