Recertification for MCSE: Communication
Question No: 71 – (Topic 6)
Your company has a main office and a branch office. The main office has 3,000 users. The branch office has 100 users. The offices are connected via a WAN link.
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure. The main office has a pool named Pool1 that contains two Enterprise Edition Front End Servers. The branch office only contains an Active Directory domain controller and a file server.
You need to recommend a high-availability solution to ensure that users can establish calls if one of the following components fails:
鈥 Front End Server
鈥 PSTN gateway
鈥 WAN router
The solution must minimize deployment and maintenance costs. What should you recommend?
In the branch office, deploy a second Enterprise Edition pool named Pool2. Configure Pool1 to use Pool2 as a backup pool. Configure one trunk in Pool1. Configure one trunk in Pool2.
In the branch office, deploy an SBA named SBA1. Configure SBA1 to use Pool1 as a backup registrar. Configure two trunks in Pool1. Configure one trunk in SBA1.
In the main office, deploy a second Enterprise Edition pool named Pool2. In the branch office, deploy an SBA named SBA1. Configure SBA1 to use Pool2 as a backup registrar. Configure two trunks in Pool1. Configure two trunks in SBA1.
In the branch office, deploy a second Enterprise Edition pool named Pool2. Configure Pool1 to use Pool2 as a backup pool. Configure two trunks in Pool1. Configure two trunks in Pool2.
Question No: 72 – (Topic 6)
You deploy a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure that contains four servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.
You need to deploy a Persistent Chat pool. The solution must use the least amount of servers.
On which server should you install the Persistent Chat Server role?
A new server
Question No: 73 – (Topic 6)
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure that contains an Enterprise Edition front end pool.
You plan to add the following server roles to the existing infrastructure:
->Persistent Chat Server
You need to identify the minimum number of Microsoft SQL Server servers that must be added to the existing Lync Server 2013 infrastructure. The solution must not use the existing SQL Server Back End Server.
What is the minimum number of SQL Server servers that you should identify?
quot;You need to identify the minimum number of Microsoft SQL Server Servers that must be added to the existing Lync Server 2013 Infrastructure.
The solution MUST NOT use the existing SQL Server Back End Server. quot;
We CANNOT use the existing Back End SQL Server Persistent Chat on its own SQL Server
Edge Server DOES NOT require a SQL Server, it installs SQL Express Edition for local
Monitoring and Archiving can be collocate onto the same SQL Server that is used by the
Persistent Chat Server
The conclusion and the answer is:
The Minimum Number of Microsoft SQL Server Servers is: 1
Question No: 74 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure.
You need to identify which cmdlets must be used to troubleshoot issues related to the following:
->Client sign in
->Communication when using IM Conferencing
->Connectivity when using instant messaging (IM) on mobile clients
Which cmdlets should you identify?
To answer, drag the appropriate cmdlets to the correct location in the answer area. Each cmdlet may be used once, more than once, or not at all. Additionally, you may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
Box 1: Test- CSRegistration Box 2: Test-CsGroupIM
Box 3: Test-McxP2PIM
Tests the ability of a user to log on to Lync Server. Test-CsRegistration is a quot;synthetic transactionquot;: a simulation of common Lync Server activities used for health and performance monitoring.
Tests the ability of two users to conduct an instant messaging (IM) conference. Test- CsGroupIM is a quot;synthetic transactionquot;: a simulation of common Lync Server activities used for health and performance monitoring.
Confirms that mobile device users are able to register and send instant messages.
Question No: 75 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You plan to deploy Lync Server 2013. The deployment will have two sites named Site1 and Site2.
Site1 will contain the following components:
->One Persistent Chat Server pool that has compliance enabled
->Two Enterprise Edition Front End pools
->One Edge pool
Site2 will contain the following components:
->One Enterprise Edition Front End pool
->One Standard Edition Front End pool
->One Edge pool
You need to identify the minimum number of SQL Server servers that must be deployed to each site to support the planned Lync Server 2013 deployment.
How many servers should you identify for each site?
To answer, configure the appropriate number of SQL Server servers for each site in the answer area.
Number of SQL Server server for Site1: 2 Number of SQL Server server for Site2: 1
Note: Each Enterprise Edition Front End Pool requires a separate SQL Server.
Question No: 76 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure.
You need to configure Lync Server 2013 to meet the following conferencing requirements:
->Ensure that a legal disclaimer is added to all meeting invitations.
->Ensure that only Microsoft Lync 2013 clients can be used to join conferences.
->Ensure that meeting organizers manually admit remote meeting attendees who are
users in your company. Which cmdlets should you run?
To answer, drag the appropriate cmdlet to the correct requirement in the answer area. Each cmdlet may be used once, more than once, or not at all. Additionally, you may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
Box 1: Set-CsMeetingConfiguration
Box 2: Set-CsClientVersionPolicy
Box 3: Set-CsExternalAccessPolicy Note:
Set-CsMeetingConfiguration enables you to modify the meeting configuration settings currently in use in your organization. Meeting configuration settings help dictate the type of meetings (also called conferences) that users can create, and also control how (or even if) anonymous users and dial-in conferencing users can join these meetings. Note that these settings only affect scheduled meetings; they do not affect ad-hoc meetings created by clicking the Meet Now option in Microsoft Lync.
Modifies an existing client version policy. Client version policies enable you to specify which clients (such as Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2) will be allowed to log on to your Lync Server system.
Enables you to modify the properties of an existing external access policy. External access policies determine whether or not your users can: 1) communicate with users who have Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) accounts with a federated organization; 2) communicate with users who have SIP accounts with a public instant messaging (IM) provider such as MSN; and, 3) access Lync Server over the Internet, without having to log on to your internal network.
Modifies an existing conferencing policy. Conferencing policies determine the features and capabilities that can be used in a conference; this includes everything from whether or not the conference can include IP audio and video to the maximum number of people who can attend a meeting.
Modifies an existing collection of conferencing configuration settings. Conference settings determine such things as the maximum allowed size for meeting content and handouts; the content grace period (that is, the amount of time content will be stored before being deleted); and the URLs for the internal and external downloads of the supported client.
Question No: 77 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
Your network contains the servers that are configured as shown in the following table.
You move all users to Lync Server 2013. You need to decommission Office Communications Server 2007 R2.
Which four actions should you perform?
To answer, move the four appropriate actions from the list of actions in the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
On Server2, move the conference directories.
On Server1, deactivate all of the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 components.On Server1, uninstall the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 components.
On Server2, remove the BackCompatSite. Note:
Decommission Legacy Site, main steps: Move Conference Directories
Update DNS SRV Records Decommissioning Servers and Pools Remove BackCompatSite
Move Conference Directories
Before decommissioning a pool, you need to perform the following procedure for each conference directory in your Office Communications Server 2007 R2 pool.
Move a conference directory to Lync Server 2013
After all pools are deactivated and all Edge Servers have been uninstalled, run the Topology Builder Merge wizard to remove the BackCompatSite.
Before decommissioning a Standard Edition server or a server in an Enterprise pool, do the following:
Provide users with sufficient notice to ensure that they can plan for the down time. Deactivate the server roles on the weekend or holiday, or during other off-peak hours.
Question No: 78 – (Topic 6)
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure that contains three Enterprise Edition Front End pools named Pool1, Pool2, and Pool3. Pool1 and Pool2 are located in a data center in Montreal. Pool3 is located in a data center in Seattle.
You need to recommend changes to the Lync Server 2013 infrastructure to ensure that all users can access Lync services if a data center fails.
What should you recommend?
Pair Pool1 and Pool3. Pair Pool2 and Pool3.
Create a new pool named Pool4 in the Seattle data center. Pair Pool2 and Pool4. Pair Pool1 and Pool3.
Create a new pool named Pool4 in the Seattle data center. Pair Pool3 and Pool4. Pair Pool1 and Pool2.
Pair Pool1 and Pool2. Pair Pool2 and Pool3.
Question No: 79 – (Topic 6)
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure. The infrastructure contains two servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.
Pool pairing is configured between lyncfe01 and lyncfe02. Currently, the Central Management store is hosted on lyncfe01.
A hardware failure occurs on Lyncfe01.
You manually perform a failover of all the user services and the Central Management store to Lyncfe02.
You resolve the hardware issue on Lyncfe01.
You need to restore all of the user services and the Central Management store to Lyncfe01.
Which three commands should you run? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)
Invoke-CsPoolFailback -PoolFQDN Iyncfe02.contoso.com
Invoke-CsManagementServerFailover -BackupSqlServerFQDN lyncfe01.contoso.com BackupSqllnstanceName RTC -Force
Install CSDatabase -CentralManagementDatabase -SqlServerFqdn lyncfe01.contoso.com -SQLInstanceName RTC -Clean
Invoke-CsPoolFailback -PoolFQDN lyncfe01.contoso.com
Explanation: The pool named lyncfe01.contoso.com is the pool that failed over to LyncFE02 when LyncFE01 failed. Therefore, we need to fail back pool lyncfe01.contoso.com to the recovered server.
Install CSDatabase Install CSDatabase.
Lync Server makes extensive use of SQL Server databases, ranging from the Central Management store to the Archiving database. As a general rule, these databases are set up at the same time you install Lync Server or at the same time you install a Lync Server role (such as Monitoring Server) that requires a database back end. After installation has taken place these databases typically will not need to be reinstalled or moved to new locations.
On rare occasions, however, you might need to manually install a Lync Server database; this could be because you need to move a database to another server, or because a setup- related problem failed to install the database for you. The Install-CsDatabase cmdlet provides a way for you to install any of the SQL Server databases used by Lync Server.
Invokes the failback process for a Lync Server 2013 pool. Failback is used after a pool has failed over and the users of that pool have been quot;failed overquot; to a backup pool. (That simply means users who were signed on to the failed pool are automatically signed on to the backup pool.) When the failed pool has been restored, the fail back process signs the failed-over users back to their original pool.
Moves the Central Management Server from one pool to another.
Reference: To use Windows PowerShell cmdlets to configure the SQL Server Central Management store
Question No: 80 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You have a Lync Server 2013 infrastructure. You have a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) that uses Hyper-V.
You use VDI templates based on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1).
All thin clients run Windows 7 SP1. Each thin client has a Lync-certified headset.
You need to prepare all of the thin clients and all of the VDI templates so that users can place calls by using the headset.
Which components should you install on the thin clients and the VDI templates?
To answer, drag the appropriate components to the correct location in the answer area. Each component may be used once, more than once, or not at all. Additionally, you may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
Box 1: Windows 8 RDS client
Box 2: Microsoft Lync 2013 VDI plug-in Box 3: Microsoft Lync 2013
If the local computer is running Windows 7 with SP1, install the latest Windows 8 version of the Remote Desktop Services client
Microsoft Lync VDI 2013 plug-in enables you to experience local like audio and video in peer-to-peer calls and conference calls when using Microsoft Lync 2013 in a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Environment.
The Lync 2013 client now supports audio and video in a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment. A user can connect an audio or video device (for example, a headset or a camera) to the local computer (for example, a thin client or repurposed computer). The user can connect to the virtual machine, sign in to the Lync 2013 client that is running on
the virtual machine, and participate in real-time audio and video communication as though the client is running locally.
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