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Administering and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

Question No: 21

Your network contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server. All client computers are configured as WSUS clients.

All of the client computers have Windows Firewall enabled. Windows Firewall is configured to allow File and Printer Sharing.

Users are not configured as local Administrators on their client computers. You deploy System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.

You need to identify which methods you can use to deploy the Configuration Manager client to an of the client computers.

Which client installation methods should you identify? (Choose all that Apply.)

  1. a logon script installation

  2. a manual client installation

  3. a software update-based client installation

  4. a Client Push Installation

  5. an Active Directory Group Policy-based installation

Answer: C,D,E Explanation:

C. Software update point uses the local SYSTEM account and All client computers are configured as WSUS clients. So the firewall should not affect functionality.

D: Client Push Installation requires File and Printer Sharing and runs with the local SYSTEM account.

E: Group Policy Installation requires File and Printer Sharing and runs with the local

SYSTEM account. Incorrect:

Not A: The Logon script runs with the user#39;s credentials.

Not B: Manual installation also runs with the user#39;s credentials. Reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682191.aspx

Question No: 22

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.

You plan to create a Build and Capture task sequence to build a reference image of Windows 7.

You need to identify which Application must exist in Configuration Manager before you can create the Build and Capture task sequence.

Which Applications should you identify? (Choose all that Apply.)

  1. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT)

  2. Configuration Manager client

  3. System Preparation tool (Sysprep)

  4. User State Migration Tool (USMT)

Answer: A,C

Explanation: A: Before you deploy an operating system image in Configuration Manager, consider the following factors to plan the deployment:

Operating system image size

Cache size of the Configuration Manager client Capturing the user and computer state

Windows User State Migration Tool (USMT) package Task sequence deployment

C: The System Preparation (Sysprep) tool is a technology that you can use with other deployment tools to install Windows operating systems onto new hardware. Sysprep prepares a computer for disk imaging or delivery to a customer by configuring the computer to create a new computer security identifier (SID) when the computer is restarted. In

addition, Sysprep cleans up user and computer-specific settings and data that must not be copied to a destination computer.

Reference: Planning for Capturing Operating System Images in Configuration Manager https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712328.aspx

Question No: 23

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. The network contains 10 database servers that run Microsoft SQL Server 2008.

You have a configuration baseline that is used to monitor the database servers. You add new configuration items to the configuration baseline.

Two days later, you discover that only eight of the database servers report any information about the new configuration items.

You need to identify whether the new configuration items downloaded to the database servers.

Which log file should you review?

  1. Hman.log

  2. Sitestat.log

  3. Dcmagent.log

  4. Wsyncmgr.log

  5. Ccm.log

  6. Contenttransfermanager.log

  7. Sdmagent.log

  8. Rcmctrl.log

  9. Ciagent.log

  10. Smsexec.log

  11. Locationservices.log

Answer: I

Explanation:

Technical Reference for Log Files in Configuration Manager Ciagent.log

Client log file

Records details about the process of remediation and compliance for compliance settings, software updates, and application management.

Reference: Technical Reference for Log Files in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh427342.aspx

Question No: 24

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manage environment.

The environment contains a primary site server named Server1 and a server named Server2 that runs Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.

Server2 contains the Configuration Manager database. Server2 fails.

You install SQL Server 2008 R2 on a new server.

You name the server Server3.

You need to restore the Configuration Manager database to Server3. What should you do?

  1. Register the Service Principal Name (SPN) for the SQL Server service account of Server3. From Server1, run the Configuration Manager 2012 Setup Wizard.

  2. From Server3, run Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and then restore the backed up SQL Server database and log files.

  3. From Server3, run Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and then attach the backed up SQL Server database and log files.

  4. Register the Service Principal Name (SPN) for the SQL Server service account of Server3. From Server1, run the Site Repair Wizard.

Answer: A Explanation:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712697.aspx Backup and Recovery in Configuration Manager Recover a Configuration Manager Site

A Configuration Manager site recovery is required whenever a Configuration Manager site fails or data loss occurs in the site database. Repairing and resynchronizing data are the core tasks of a site recovery and are required to prevent interruption of operations. Site recovery is started by running the Configuration Manager

Setup Wizard from installation media or by configuring the unattended installation script and then using the Setup command /script option. Your recovery options vary depending on whether you have a backup of the Configuration Manager site database.

Site Database Recovery Options

When you run Setup, you have the following recovery options for the site database:

  • Recover the site database using a backup set: Use this option when you have a backup of the Configuration Manager site database that was created as part of the Backup Site Server maintenance task run on the site before the site database failure. When you have a hierarchy, the changes that were made to the site database after the last site database backup are retrieved from the central administration site for a primary site, or from a reference primary site for a central administration site. When you recover the site database for a stand-alone primary site, you lose site changes after the last backup.

    When you recover the site database for a site in a hierarchy, the recovery behavior is different for a central administration site and primary site, and when the last backup is inside or outside of the SQL Server change tracking retention period.

    Further information:

    SCCM 2007 needed you to run Site Repair Wizard.

    Question No: 25

    You network contains a System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) environment.

    You have an application named App1.

    You need to ensure that users in the finance department can install App1 by using the Application Catalog.

    What should you do?

    1. Create a required user deployment and target the deployment to all of the finance department users.

    2. Create a required user deployment and target the deployment to all of the client computers in the finance department.

    3. Create an available user deployment and target the deployment to all of the finance department users.

    4. Create an available user deployment and target the deployment to all of the client computers in the finance department.

    Answer: C Explanation:

    By selecting quot;Availablequot; it will be selectable for the users in the Application Catalog.

    The quot;Requiredquot; option would force the installation to all users in the finance department.

    Reference: How to Deploy Applications in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682082.aspx

    Note: To deploy an application

    1. On the Deployment Settings page of the Deploy Software Wizard, specify the following information:

  • Action – From the drop-down list, choose whether this deployment is intended to Install or Uninstall the application.

  • Purpose – From the drop-down list, choose one of the following options:

  • Available – If the application is deployed to a user, the user sees the published application in the Application Catalog and can request it on demand. If the application is deployed to a device, the user will see it in the Software Center and can install it on demand.

  • Required – The application is deployed automatically according to the configured schedule. However, a user can track the application deployment status if it is not hidden, and can install the application before the deadline by using the Software Center.

Question No: 26

You have Windows 8.1 images that are rebuilt quarterly and imported to System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1).

The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2013 is integrated with Configuration Manager.

You need to reduce the network security risks when the images are deployed by using Operating System Deployment (OSD).

Which two tasks should you perform? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.

    1. Before the Apply Operating System Image task sequence step, add a step to install Deployment Imaging Servicing and Management (DISM).

    2. Before the Apply Operating System Image task sequence step, add a step to install the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK).

    3. After the Apply Operating System Image task sequence step, add a step to install software updates offline.

    4. After the installation of the final application, add an Install Software Updates task sequence step.

    5. After the Apply Operating System Image task sequence step, add a Run Command Line step that runs wuauclt.exe /detectnow.

Answer: C,D Explanation:

C: To do the updates offline to reduce network security risks. D: Install software updates to minimize network security risks Note:

Configuration Manager 2012: Offline Servicing for Operating System Images

In Configuration Manager 2012 there is a new feature for applying updates to operating system images while they are in the Configuration Manager library. This means any operating system image you see in the Operating Systems gt; Operating Systems Images node from the Software Library wunderbar can be updated with Component Based Servicing (CBS) updates. By updating an image in the Software Library instead of performing a new build and capture of the operating system image you will gain a few distinct advantages. You will be able to reduce the risk of vulnerabilities during operating system deployments and reduce the overall operating system deployment to the end user. You will also reduce the administrative effort to maintain your operating system images.

Task Sequence Steps in Configuration Manager

The following task sequence steps can be added to a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager task sequence:

Install Software Updates

Use the Install Software Updates task sequence step to install software updates on the destination computer. The destination computer is not evaluated for applicable software updates until this task sequence step runs. At that time, the destination computer is evaluated for software updates like any other Configuration Manager-managed client. In particular, this step installs only the software updates that are targeted to collections of which the computer is currently a member.

This task sequence step runs only in a standard operating system. It does not run in Windows PE.

Further information:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh824821.aspx

Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) Technical Reference

Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) is a command-line tool that is used to mount and service Windows庐 images before deployment. You can use DISM image management commands to mount, and get information about, Windows image (.wim) files or virtual hard disks (VHD) and to capture, split, and otherwise manage .wim files.

Reference:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/inside_osd/archive/2011/04/18/configuration-manager-2012- offline-servicing-foroperating-system-images.aspx

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh846237.aspx Incorrect:

wuauclt.exe /detectnow

The detectnow switch will force a relatively immediate query to the WSUS server to see if there are any updates that are needed. If there are, the yellow shield will appear in the system tray. This is usually pretty quick, within 20-30 seconds.

Question No: 27

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. Software Inventory and Hardware Inventory are enabled for all of the client computers.

All of the client computers have an Application named App1 installed. App1 saves files to the C:\Program Files\App1 folder.

All of the files saved by App1 have a file name extension of .xyz.

You configure Software Inventory to inventory all of the files that have the .xyz extension and the .exe extension.

After six months, you discover that some of the client computers fail to inventory .xyz files. All of the client computers inventory .exe files.

You need to ensure that the .xyz files are inventoried. What should you do?

  1. Modify C:\NO_SMS_On_Drive.sms.

  2. Delete C:\NO_SMS_On_Drive.sms.

  3. Modify C:\Program Files\App1\Skpswi.dat.

  4. Delete C:\Program Files\App1\Skpswi.dat.

Answer: D Explanation:

How to Exclude Folders from Software Inventory in Configuration Manager

You can create a hidden file named Skpswi.dat and place it in the root of a client hard drive to exclude it from System Center 2012 Configuration Manager software inventory. You can also place this file in the root of any folder structure you want to exclude from software inventory. This procedure can be used to disable software inventory on a single workstation or server client, such as a large file server. Note: Software inventory will not inventory the client drive again unless this file is deleted from the drive on the client computer.

Reference: How to Exclude Folders from Software Inventory in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh691018.aspx

Question No: 28

Your company uses System Center 2012 Configuration Manager to distribute operating system images. The standard operating system for client computers is Windows 7 Enterprise (x86).

You receive 300 new desktop computers. Each computer has a new storage controller.

When you attempt to deploy an existing image to one of the computers, you receive an error message indicating that a storage device cannot be found during the pre-boot deployment phase.

You need to ensure that you can deploy Windows 7 to the new computers by using an image.

What should you do?

  1. Import the storage drivers to the Drivers container and update the task sequence.

  2. Create a new x64 boot image and configure the operating system image to use the x64 boot image.

  3. Create a new driver package and update the task sequence.

  4. Update the existing x86 boot image to include the storage drivers.

Answer: D Explanation:

Planning a Device Driver Strategy in Configuration Manager

You can add Windows device drivers that have been imported into the driver catalog to boot images. Use the following guidelines when you add device drivers to a boot image:

  • Add only mass storage and network adapter device drivers to boot images because other types of drivers are not generally required. Drivers that are not required increase the size of the boot image unnecessarily.

  • Add only device drivers for Windows 7 to a boot image because the required version of Windows PE is based on Windows 7.

  • Ensure that you use the correct device driver for the architecture of the boot image. Do not add an x86 device driver to an x64 boot image.

Reference: Planning a Device Driver Strategy in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712674.aspx

Question No: 29

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.

You need to use the Configuration Manager console to identify service level agreement (SLA) issues among non-compliant clients.

What should you do?

  1. Configure a Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) report.

  2. Create an alert subscription.

  3. Configure an in-console alert.

  4. Create a ConfigMgr query.

Answer: C

Reference: Client Health Check in ConfigMgr 2012-In Action-Part 2

http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/2012/06/26/client-health-check-in-configmgr-2012in- actionpart-2/

Question No: 30

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.

The environment contains a primary site server named Server1 and a server named Server2 that runs Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.

Server2 contains the Configuration Manager database. Server2 fails.

You install SQL Server 2008 R2 on a new server.

You name the server Server2.

You need to restore the Configuration Manager database to the new server. What should you do?

  1. From Server1, run the Configuration Manager 2012 Setup Wizard.

  2. From Server2, run Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and then attach the backed up SQL Server database and log files.

  3. From Server2, run Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and then restore the backed up SQL Server database and log files.

  4. From Server1, run the Site Repair Wizard.

Answer: A Explanation:

Answer is From Server1, run the Configuration Manager 2012 Setup Wizard. Recover a Configuration Manager Site

A Configuration Manager site recovery is required whenever a Configuration Manager site fails or data loss occurs in the site database. Repairing and resynchronizing data are the core tasks of a site recovery and are required to prevent interruption of operations. Site recovery is started by running the Configuration Manager Setup Wizard from installation media or by configuring the unattended installation script and then using the Setup command /script option. Your recovery options vary depending on whether you have a backup of the Configuration Manager site database.

Site Database Recovery Options

When you run Setup, you have the following recovery options for the site database:

* Recover the site database using a backup set: Use this option when you have a backup of the Configuration

Manager site database that was created as part of the Backup Site Server maintenance task run on the site before the site database failure. When you have a hierarchy, the changes that were made to the site database after the last site database backup are retrieved from the central administration site for a primary site, or from a reference primary site for a central administration site. When you recover the site database for a stand-alone primary site, you lose site changes after the last backup.

When you recover the site database for a site in a hierarchy, the recovery behavior is different for a central administration site and primary site, and when the last backup is

inside or outside of the SQL Server change tracking retention period.

Reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712697.aspx Backup and Recovery in Configuration Manager

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