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Administering and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

Question No: 61

You have a System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) deployment that contains 8,000 client computers.

When a custom application named App1.exe is installed on a computer, a registry value of App1=TRUE is added to the registry. App1 is installed on approximately half of the computers.

You need to recommend a solution for creating a collection named Collection1 that contains only computers on which App1.exe is installed. The solution must minimize administrative effort.

What should you include in the recommendation?

  1. a collection that has a direct membership rule

  2. a configuration item

  3. the custom client device settings

  4. a software category

Answer: A

Explanation: Membership rule of the direct rule type let you choose the users or computers that you want to add as members to a collection. This rule gives you direct control over which resources are members of the collection. This membership does not change unless a resource is removed from Configuration Manager. Configuration Manager

must have discovered the resources or you must have imported the resources before you can add them to a direct rule collection. Direct rule collections have a higher administrative overhead than query rule collections because you must make changes to this collection type manually.

Reference: How to Create Collections in Configuration Manager https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712295.aspx

Question No: 62

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.

You write the following query:

Select SYS.Name from SMS_R_System SYS

Join SMS_G_System_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS ARP On ARP.ResourceId = SYS.ResourceId

You need to create a list of all the client computers that have a version of Visual Studio installed.

What should you add to the query?

  1. where ARP.DisplayName like quot;Visual Studio*quot;

  2. where ARP.DisplayName = quot;*Visual Studio*quot;

  3. where ARP.DisplayName = quot;%%Visual Studioquot;

  4. where ARP.DisplayName like quot;Visual studio%quot;

Answer: D

Explanation: You need to use quot;LIKEquot; not quot;=quot; otherwise the WildCard quot;%quot; is seen as a real identifier.

Question No: 63

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.

The Configuration Manager databases are located on a remote server that runs Microsoft SQL Server.

You need to ensure that you can restore the Central Administration site. What should you do?

  1. From the Configuration Manager console, enable the Backup Site Server maintenance task and set a schedule.

  2. From Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, create a maintenance plan for the site databases.

  3. From Task Scheduler, create a scheduled task that runs smssqlbkup.exe.

  4. From Windows Server Backup, schedule a full system backup.

    Answer: A Explanation:

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

    Enterprise solutions such as System Center 2012 Configuration Manager must prepare for both backup and recovery operations to avoid loss of critical data. For Configuration Manager sites, this preparation ensures that sites and hierarchies are recovered with the least data loss and in the quickest possible time.

    Back up a Configuration Manager Site

    System Center 2012 Configuration Manager provides a backup maintenance task that runs on a schedule and backs up the site database, specific registry keys, and specific folders and files.

    Backup Maintenance Task

    You can automate backup for Configuration Manager sites by scheduling the predefined Backup Site Server maintenance task. You can back up a central administration site and primary site, but there is no backup support for secondary sites or site system servers.

    To enable the site backup maintenance task

    1. In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

    2. In the Administration workspace, expand Site Configuration, and then click Sites.

    3. Select the site in which you want to enable the site backup maintenance task.

    4. On the Home tab, in the Settings group, click Site Maintenance Tasks.

    5. Click Backup Site Server and then click Edit.

    6. Select Enable this task, and then click Set Paths to specify the backup destination.

    7. Configure an appropriate schedule for the site backup task. As a best practice, consider a backup schedule that is outside active working hours. If you have a hierarchy, consider a schedule that runs at least two times a week to ensure maximum data retention in the event of site failure.

    8. Select whether to create an alert if the site backup task fails, click OK, and then click OK. When selected, Configuration Manager creates a critical alert for the backup failure that you can review in the Alerts node in the Monitoring workspace.

      Question No: 64

      Your network contains a System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) environment as shown in the exhibit (Click the Exhibit button.)

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      The network contains six servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

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      You need to ensure that Configuration Manager continues to receive client data if Server3 fails.

      What should you do?

      1. Configure the Exchange connector on Server3.

      2. Configure IIS to support only HTTP on Server3.

      3. Configure IIS to support only HTTPS on Server5.

      4. Install a management point on Server2.

      5. Install a management point on Server5.

      6. Install a software update point on Server3.

      7. Install an enrollment proxy point on Server6.

      8. Install the Failover Clustering feature on Server3.

      9. Install the Failover Clustering feature on Server6.

      10. Install a protected distribution point on Server1.

      11. Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server3.

      12. Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server6.

      13. Install Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) on Server3.

      14. Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server4.

      15. Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server5.

Answer: H

Explanation: Use a SQL Server cluster to host the site database for high availability.

When you use a SQL Server cluster for the database at a central administration site or primary site, you use the fail-over support built into SQL Server.

Secondary sites cannot use a SQL Server cluster, and do not support backup or restoration of their site database. You recover a secondary site by reinstalling the secondary site from its parent primary site.

Reference: High Availability for Configuration Manager Sites https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh846246.aspx

Question No: 65

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Management environment.

The network contains 10 database servers that run Microsoft SQL Server 2008. You have a configuration baseline that is used to monitor database servers.

You confirm that all of the database servers downloaded the configuration baseline.

You discover that a database server named Server1 fails to report any data for the configuration baseline.

You need to identify whether Server 1 evaluates the configuration items that are part of the configuration baseline.

Which log file should you review?

  1. Locationservices.log

  2. Smsexec.log

  3. Ccm.log

  4. Sdmagent.log

  5. Dcmagent.log

  6. Rcmctrl.log

  7. Wsyncmgr.log

  8. Ciagent.log

  9. Hman.log

  10. Contenttransfermanager.log

  11. Sitestat.log

Answer: E Explanation:

DCMAgent.log Client log file

Records high-level information about the evaluation, conflict reporting, and remediation of configuration items and applications.

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

Question No: 66

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

In Default Client Settings, you enable Hardware Inventory and Software Inventory.

You discover that a group of client computers fails to report hardware inventory data. The client computers report software inventory data.

You verify that Configuration Manager can deploy applications to the client computers. You need to identify what is causing the reporting issue.

Which two log files should you review? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.

  1. Hman.log

  2. Filesystemfile.log

  3. Dataldr.log

  4. Mp_sinv.log

  5. Inventoryagent.log

Answer: C,E

Explanation: C: Configuration Manager Site Server Log Files – Site Server and Site System Server Logs

dataldr.log

Site server log file

Records information about the processing of Management Information Format (MIF) files and hardware inventory in the Configuration Manager database.

Example of contents of dataldr.log:

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E: Configuration Manager Client Logs – Client Operations Inventoryagent.log Client log file

Records activities of hardware inventory, software inventory, and heartbeat discovery actions on the client.

Example: The InventoryAgent.log will show that four new attributes regarding the Class “Department_Name” need to be collected for hardware Inventory data and that info needs to be sent to server.

Content of inventoryagent.log:

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Reference: A step-by-step guide to configuring NOIDMIF for Hardware Inventory in Configuration Manager 2012

http://blogs.technet.com/b/configurationmgr/archive/2014/07/02/a-step-by-step-guide-to- configuring-noidmif-for-hardware-inventory-in-configuration-manager-2012.aspx

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

Question No: 67

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment that contains six servers configured as shown in the following table:

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Server5 and Server6 are in the perimeter network, while Server1, Server2, Server3, and Server4 are in the internal network.

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A corporate security policy states that remote computers are forbidden to communicate directly with servers on the internal network.

You need to ensure that you collect inventory data from the remote computers. What should you do?

  1. Install Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) on Server3.

  2. Configure the Exchange connector on Server3.

  3. Install a management point on Server2.

  4. Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server6.

  5. Install a software update point on Server3.

  6. Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server6.

  7. Install an enrollment proxy point on Server6.

  8. Install the Windows Cluster service on Server3.

  9. Install a protected distribution point on Server1.

  10. Configure IIS to support only HTTPS on Server3.

  11. Install a management point on Server5.

  12. Install the Windows Cluster service on Server6.

  13. Configure IIS to support only HTTP on Server5.

  14. Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server3.

  15. Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server4.

Answer: K Explanation:

The Management Point will collect all Client data and forward it to the Primary Site Server.

Reference: Planning for Communications in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712701.aspx

Question No: 68

Your network contains a single Active Directory forest named contoso.com.

Contoso.com contains three System Center 2012 Configuration Manager sites and one System Center Configuration Manager 2007 site.

You need to ensure that you can transfer objects from Configuration Manager 2007 to Configuration Manager 2012.

What should you do?

  1. Assign the computer account of the Central Administration site server permission to the Configuration Manager 2007 site.

    Assign the computer account of the Central Administration site server permissions to the Microsoft SQL Server database instance.

  2. Extend the Active Directory schema and assign the Central Administration site server permissions to the System\System Management container.

  3. Connect the Configuration Manager 2007 primary site as a child primary site of the Configuration Manager 2012 primary site.

  4. Connect the Configuration Manager 2012 primary site as a child primary site of the Configuration Manager 2007 primary site.

Answer: A Explanation:

For a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager source site, this account requires Read permission to all source site objects, you grant this permission to the account by using role- based administration.

Reference: Determine Whether to Migrate Configuration Manager 2007 to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712991.aspx

Note:

In Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, the built-in migration functionality replaces in-place upgrades of existing Configuration Manager infrastructure by providing a process that transfers data from active Configuration Manager 2007 sites. The functionality provided by migration helps you maintain investments that you have made in configurations and deployments while you can take full advantage of core changes in the product introduced in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. These changes include a simplified Configuration Manager hierarchy that uses fewer sites and resources, and the improved processing by use of native 64-bit code that runs on 64-bit hardware.

Migration can transfer most data from Configuration Manager 2007. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg681981.aspx

Planning for Migration to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

You must first install a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager hierarchy to be the destination hierarchy before you can migrate data from a supported source hierarchy.

After you install the destination hierarchy, configure the management features and functions that you want to use in your destination hierarchy before you start to migrate data.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712313.aspx

Prerequisites for Migration in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

To migrate from a supported source hierarchy, you must have access to each applicable Configuration Manager source site, and permissions within the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager destination site to configure and run migration operations.

Required Configurations for Migration

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Data Gathering

To enable the destination site to gather data, you must configure the following two source site access accounts for use with each source site:

  • Source Site Account: This account is used to access the SMS Provider of the source site.

  • For a Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 source site, this account requires Read permission to all source site objects.

  • For a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager source site, this account requires Read permission to all source site objects, you grant this permission to the account by using role- based administration.

  • Source Site Database Account: This account is used to access the SQL Server database of the source site and requires Read and Execute permissions to the source site database.

You can configure these accounts when you configure a new source hierarchy, data gathering for an additional source site, or when you reconfigure the credentials for a source site. These accounts can use a domain user account, or you can specify the computer account of the top-level site of the destination hierarchy.

Question No: 69

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. The environment contains a single primary site.

You need to provide users with the ability to remotely reset their mobile device to the factory settings.

What should you install?

  1. Application Catalog web service point and Application Catalog website point

  2. Out of Band service point and Application Catalog web service point

  3. Device management point and System Health validator point

  4. System Health Validator point and Application Catalog website point

Answer: A Explanation:

A self-service application website, the Application Catalog, lets users search for, install, and request Windows applications. Users who have mobile devices can also use this website to wipe their mobile devices.

Reference: Introduction to Application Management in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682125.aspx

Question No: 70

Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. Your company deploys 1,000 client computers.

You discover that information about printers fails to appear in any inventory queries or reports.

Information about other hardware devices appears in the inventory queries and reports.

You need to ensure that Configuration Manager data includes information about the printers.

What should you do?

  1. Add a WMI class to the Hardware inventory Classes list.

  2. Enable a default WMI class in the Hardware Inventory Classes list.

  3. Add a file name to the Software Inventory configuration.

  4. Add a file name to the Hardware inventory configuration.

  5. Add a file name to Software Metering.

  6. Select Collect NOIDMIF files in Hardware Inventory.

  7. Add a WMI class to the Sms_def.mof file.

  8. Modify the Enable software inventory on clients setting.

  9. Modify the Enable hardware inventory on clients setting.

Answer: B Explanation:

How to Extend Hardware Inventory in Configuration Manager

System Center 2012 Configuration Manager hardware inventory reads information about devices by using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). WMI is the Microsoft implementation of web-based Enterprise Management (WBEM), which is an industry standard for accessing management information in an enterprise environment.

In previous versions of Configuration Manager, you could extend hardware inventory by modifying the file sms_def.mof on the site server.

In System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, you no longer edit the sms_def.mof file as you did in Configuration Manager 2007. Instead, you can enable and disable WMI classes, and add new classes to collect by hardware inventory by using client settings.

Configuration Manager provides the following methods to extend hardware inventory: Enable or disable existing inventory classes – You can enable or disable the default inventory classes used by Configuration Manager or you can create custom client settings that allow you to collect different hardware inventory classes from specified collections of clients.

Add a new inventory class – You can add a new inventory class from the WMI namespace of another device.

Import and export hardware inventory classes – You can import and export Managed Object Format

(MOF) files that contain inventory classes from the Configuration Manager console. Create NOIDMIF Files – Use NOIDMIF files to collect information about client devices that cannot be inventoried by Configuration Manager.

Create IDMIF Files – Use IDMIF files to collect information about assets in your organization that are not associated with a Configuration Manager client, for example, projectors, photocopiers and network printers.

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Reference: How to Extend Hardware Inventory in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712290.aspx

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