[Free] 2018(Mar) Dumps4cert Examcollection VMware 2V0-622 Dumps with VCE and PDF 101-110
VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization
Question No: 101
An administrator must change the statistics level for short-term performance monitoring and wants to collect metrics for all counters, excluding minimum and maximum rollup values.
What would be the statistics level?
Question No: 102
Which two statements are true regarding Auto Deploy in version 6.5? (Choose two.)
Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via PowerCLI.
Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via the vSphere Client.
Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via the vSphere Web Client.
Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via vCLI commands.
Question No: 103
What new feature was introduced to the Content Library in vSphere 6.5?
Mount an ISO directly from the Content Library.
Deploy a virtual machine from an OVF Package in a Content Library.
Upload a File from a URL to a Library Item.
Upload a File from a Local System to a Library Item.
Answer: A Explanation: Explanation
WMware vSphere 6.5 enhances the Content Library with three new options: mount an ISO from the content library, update existing templates and apply guest OS customization specifications during a VM deployment. These new features help plug holes in and expand other capabilities introduced in the original version.
The first of these capabilities – mounting an ISO from the Content Library is useful because it eliminates the need to store ISO images on a data store but keeps the images readily accessible.
Reference http://searchvmware.techtarget.com/answer/How-does-VMware-vSphere-65- improve-its-Content-Library
Question No: 104
The administrator must back up a vCenter HA deployment. Which component must be backed up?
Answer: D Explanation:
When taking backups, avoid backing up the Passive and Witness nodes. Just take a backup of the Active node. When restoring an Active node, you must remove all the cluster configuration, restore and re-create the HA cluster.
Question No: 105
鈥淥neAppServer鈥?is a VM template stored in a content library named 鈥淟ibraryOne鈥? but the vSphere administrator is not able to use this template for deployment.
Why is the administrator unable to deploy OneAppServer?
OneAppServer must be updated before it can be deployed.
LibraryOne is a subscribed library and OneAppServer is not downloaded yet.
LibraryOne is published and optimized for syncing over HTTP.
OneAppServer was imported from a local file on the system.
Answer: C Explanation:
The administrator is unable to deploy OneAppServer because LibraryOne is publish and optimized for syncing over HTTP. If the syncing is enabled, you cannot use this template for deployment.
Question No: 106
Which two configurable options are available in Boot Options for a virtual machine? (Choose two.)
Force BIOS setup
Answer: C,D Explanation:
Reference https://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-4-esx- vcenter/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.vmadmin.doc_41/vsp_vm_guide/configuring
Question No: 107
When enabling Storage DRS on a datastore cluster, which three components are enabled as a result? (Choose three.)
Space load balancing among datastore within the datastore cluster.
Initial placement for virtual disks based on space and I/O workload.
I/O load balancing among datastores within the datastore cluster.
Queue Depth alerting on disks within the datastore cluster.
Data de-duplication within the datastore cluster.
Answer: A,B,C Explanation:
When you enable Storage DRS, you enable these functions: Space load balancing among datastores within a datastore cluster I/O load balancing among datastores within a datastore cluster Initial placement for virtual disks based on space and I/O workload
Question No: 108
Which method is supported for backing up the virtual machine that contains vCenter Server?
Question No: 109
Which are two vCenter Server two-factor authentication methods? (Choose two.)
Answer: A,B Explanation:
Two-Factor Authentication Methods
The two-factor authentication methods are often required by government agencies or large enterprises.
Smart card authentication
Smart card authentication allows access only to users who attach a physical card to the USB drive of the computer that they log in to. An example is Common Access Card (CAC) authentication.
The administrator can deploy the PKI so that the smart card certificates are the only client certificates that the CA issues. For such deployments, only smart card certificates are presented to the user. The user selects a certificate, and is prompted for a PIN. Only users who have both the physical card and the PIN that matches the certificate can log in.
RSA SecurID Authentication
For RSA SecurID authentication, your environment must include a correctly configured RSA Authentication Manager. If the Platform Services Controller is configured to point to the RSA server, and if RSA SecurID Authentication is enabled, users can log in with their
user name and token.
See the two vSphere Blog posts about RSA SecurID setup for details.
Question No: 110
Which metric in the Exhibit would identify high latency for a storage device?
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