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XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2003: Administration

 

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QUESTION NO: 1 Which feature lets you monitor server loads in real time?
A. Customized Load Evaluator
B. Server Load Monitor
C. Load Manager Monitor
D. Load Manager
Answer: C
Explanation:
You can monitor server loads by viewing them graphically, in real-time, using Load Manager Monitor. The Load Manager Monitor checks recent loads for load managed servers and displays them as a graph of load against time. The reported evaluator loads continuously change based on the rules you set in a load evaluator and how much load activity there is. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Load Manager/Monitoring Server Loads;
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/lm-using-usinglmmonitorv2.html

QUESTION NO: 2 When a zone's data collector fails, what is the process to fix on a new data collector?
A. Data election occurs and another server takes over the data collector functionality
B. A failover data collector that has already been designated takes over as the main data collector
C. The administrator creates a new data collector and installs the necessary data from backup
D. The administrators determine which of the remaining servers has the least load and elect that to be the new data collector
Answer: A
Explanation:
When the zone's data collector fails, a data collector election occurs and another server takes over the data collector functionality. Farms determine the data collector based on the election preferences set for a server. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/ Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Farm Terminology and Concepts; http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/ps-planningfarmconcepts-v2.html

QUESTION NO: 3 What is the XenApp data store? (Choose 2)
A. When new servers come online in a farm, they access it for configuration and administration information
B. The database that decides which server in the environment gets which application
C. It is a repository of persistent information
D. It is a repository of dynamic information
Answer: A,C
Explanation:
When you deploy your server farm, it must have an associated data store. When servers in a farm come online, they query the data store for configuration information. The data store provides a repository of persistent information, including: Farm configuration information, Published application configurations, Server configurations, Citrix administrator accounts, Printer configurations. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Planning Infrastructure Servers/Planning the XenApp Data Store;
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/psplanning- datastore-introv2.html

QUESTION NO: 4 What is Printer Provisioning?
A. The process of provisioning new printers in the network
B. The process of determining what printers to provide to the user in a session
C. The process of configuring printers to work in theXenApp environment
D. Creating a list of user preferences for printers
Answer: B
Explanation:
The process by which XenApp makes printers available in a session is known as provisioning. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/ XenApp Administration/Understanding XenApp Printing/ XenApp Printing Concepts/Provisioning Printers for Sessions;
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/ps-provisioningprintersoverview-v2.html

QUESTION NO: 5 You are planning the requirements for a farm size of 500 workstations, 500 applications and 3000 named users. The farm will be spread across 5 zones of 100 workstations each. Which of these are optimal for this farm?
A. One dedicated infrastructure server, Microsoft SQL for the data store, a dedicated data collector per zone.
B. Two or more dedicated infrastructure servers that also act as data collectors, SQL Server Express for the data store.
C. Five infrastructure servers (one per zone) that also act as data collectors, SQL Server Express for the data store.
D. Two or more dedicated infrastructure servers, Microsoft SQL for the data store, a dedicated data collector per zone.
Answer: D
Explanation:
Microsoft SQL is necessary as a true client-server DBMS for what is obviously a large farm.
Although the documentation calls for minimal number of data collectors (so that network traffic is minimized), dedicated collectors per zone will ensure information consistency across a large farm. Two or more dedicated infrastructure servers are necessary based on CPU and memory usage, and on the other performance parameters listed - ResolutionWorkItemQueueReadyCount , WorkItemQueueReadyCount , LastRecordedLicenseCheck - OutResponseTime . Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Planning Infrastructure Servers/Planning the XenApp Data Store; http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/psplanningdatastore-intro-v2.html

QUESTION NO: 6 You manage an enterprise farm with several remote sites that are connected across a WAN. Administrators from remote sites have been complaining of data store locks for extended periods of time while performing routine farm maintenancE. Which of the following measures can mitigate this issue?
A. Place replicated data stores in remote sites
B. Limit routine maintenance from remote sites - only critical jobs should be done remotely
C. Monitor the number of data reads per minute on the data store, and increase memory in the data store as necessary
D. Talk to the network administrator about bandwidth issues that may be a bottleneck for traffic
Answer: A
Explanation:
In a WAN environment, place replicas of the data store at sites with a large number of servers; this minimizes reads across the WAN link. Database replication consumes bandwidth. Limit the use of replicated databases to configurations where the remote site has enough servers to justify the bandwidth cost of placing a replicated copy of the database at the site. For SQL Server, you must use immediate updating transactional replication. Crossing high latency links without using replicated databases can create situations where the data store is locked for extended periods of time when performing farm maintenance from remote sites. Data store reads do not adversely affect local connections but remote sites can experience slower performance. This means that the Citrix IMA Service may start after extended periods of time and some normal operations may fail when initiated from the remote site. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Planning Infrastructure Servers/Planning the XenApp Data Store/Replication Considerations; http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/ps-planningdatastorereplication-v2.html

QUESTION NO: 7 What is the biggest factor in determining if servers should be put in their own zone?
A. Geography
B. Latency
C. Number of servers at the location
D. Number of servers at the nearest big location
Answer: B
Explanation:
Separate zones are not required for remote sites, even ones on separate continents; latency is the biggest factor in determining if servers should be put in their own zone. For large farms with servers in different geographic regions, create zones based on the location of significant numbers of servers. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Planning Infrastructure Servers/Planning for WANs by Using Zones;
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2- w2k3/ps-planning-zones-wansv2.html

QUESTION NO: 8 You manage an environment with 50 servers in San Jose, 45 servers in New York and 6 servers in Brussels, Belgium. Connectivity between San Jose and New York is good, as is the connectivity between NY and Brussels. How many zones would be optimal for this farm?
A. One, since connectivity is good all around
B. Three - one zone each for San Jose, NY and Brussels
C. Two - one zone for San Jose, NY +Brussels in one zone
D. Two - one zone for San Jose + NY, and one for Brussels
Answer: C
Explanation:
In general, Citrix recommends using the fewest number of zones possible, with one being optimal.
If all farm servers are in one location, configuring only one zone for the farm does not reduce performance or make the farm harder to manage. However, in large networks, such as organizations with data centers on different continents, grouping geographically-related servers in zones can improve farm performance. Keep in mind that data collectors must replicate changes to all other data collectors in the farm. Also, bandwidth consumption and network traffic increase with the number of zones. Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Planning Infrastructure Servers/Planning for WANs by Using Zones;
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2- w2k3/ps-planning-zones-wansv2.html

QUESTION NO: 9 You have recently landed an important client account with potential deployments of thousands of servers. Which of the following deployment options can optimize performance in this scenario?
A. Restricting WAN usage in the environment
B. Multiple farms based on geographic considerations
C. Servers within the firewall in a separate farm; those outside the firewall in another one D. Restricting the number of zones within farms
Answer: B
Explanation:
If your IT infrastructure is organized by region and managed in a decentralized manner, multiple farms could improve farm performance. Source: Source: Citrix Product Documentation Library/ XenApp / XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 for Windows Server 2003/Planning Your XenApp Deployment/Deciding How Many Farms to Deploy;
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/index.jsp?topic=/xenapp5fp2-w2k3/ps-planning-numberfarmsv2.html

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