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HP HP0-S30 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

Free HP0-S30 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
Click the Exhibit button.
(Exhibit is not available in this demo)
You are logged in to the System Management Homepage (SMH) and notice a long community string such as the one shown in the exhibit. Why was this community string placed in this SNMP configuration?
A. “When the ProLiant Support Pack installs the Insight Agents, this unique community string is generated randomly.
B. A Configure or Repair Agents task was run against this server and HP SIM generated a unique SNMP community string to manage this system.
C. This number was added manually by a network administrator to provide a more complex security policy for SNMP communications.
D. This is an IEEE number that is unique for each server manufacturer; the string in the exhibit is the number assigned to HP servers.
Answer: B

Q: 2
HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM) indicates a minor degraded state on a managed system. You investigate further by clicking oil the Hardware status (HW) link. HP SIM should launch another page with the System Management Home (SMH). Instead, a ‘Page not found” message displays. What can cause this issue?
A. A firewall is configured on the target managed node that prevents port 50000 from communicating with HP SIM.
B. The system is no longer available or the system is down and HP SIM has not yet updated the minor status to critical status.
C. HP SIM is referencing the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) when launching the SMH and cannot resolve the IP to the FQDN.
D. The community strings do not match between HP SIM and the target managed node and therefore cannot display the SMH.
Answer: C

Q: 3
‘What must you consider regarding the central management server (CMS) when managing a Windows environment with HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM)?
A. Timeout values for processing WMI information from Windows-based systems might need to be changed on the CMS.
B. All systems being managed must have a trust relationship with the CMS for single sign-on (SSO).
C. There must be a WMI Mapper installed on the CMS or on another server on the network.
D. All Windows-based systems must be in the same domain as the CMS.
Answer: C

Q: 4
What must you consider when configuring community strings?
A. They must be unique to each system that is being managed.
B. HP SIM and managed systems must have matching community strings.
C. The community strings must not be more than eight characters long.
D. All systems must be configured with a write community string.
Answer: B

Q: 5
You noticed that a system that was being monitored by Insight Control performance management has a critical status in the PF column. However, the HW status displays as “normal” What could cause this to occur?
A. The HP management agents have been downgraded.
B. Network teaming was enabled on the managed server.
C. Performance monitoring was disabled in HP SIM for that managed server.
D. The license was removed from that managed server within HP SIM.
Answer: A


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