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NEW QUESTION 21 – NEW QUESTIONS 30

 

QUESTION 21
Drag and Drop Question
You need to identify which external namespaces must be used for the Exchange servers in each office.
Which external namespaces should you identify for each office? To answer, drag the appropriate namespace to the correct office in the answer area. Each namespace 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.
 
Answer:
 

Case Study 3: A.Datum Corporation (QUESTION 22 ~ QUESTION 30)
Overview
A. Datum Corporation is an airline catering company that has 8,000 users.
A. Datum has three main offices. The offices are located in Detroit, Chicago, and New York.
Existing Environment
Active Directory Environment
The network contains an Active Directory forest named adatum.com. The forest contains a single domain. All domain controllers run Windows Server 2012. Each main office contains two domain controllers. Each office is configured as an Active Directory site. The functional level of the forest is Windows Server 2012.
Network Infrastructure
The offices connect to each other by using a dedicated WAN link. Only the office in New York and the office in Detroit connect directly to the Internet. Each office has a firewall.
The public DNS records for A. Datum are configured as shown in the following table.
 
The external interface for the firewall in the New York office is configured to use an IP address of 131.107.1.200 and to pass inbound traffic on port 25 and port 443 to EX2. The external interface for the firewall in the Detroit office is configured to use an IP address of 131.107.2.200 and to pass inbound traffic on port 443 to EX4. The Active Directory site is configured as shown in the Sites exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) Exchange Server Organization
A. Datum has an Exchange Server 2013 organization that contains two servers.
The servers are configured as shown in the following table.
 
Each server contains 15 mailbox databases. Users use the name mail.adatum.com to connect to their mailbox from the Internet. The users use the FQDN of the servers to connect from the internal network. AM of the users in the Detroit office have a mailbox hosted on EX2. The default email address policy contains a single email address format of @adatum.com. A separate Send connector exists for the Chicago office and the New York office. The local servers in each office are the only source servers in each Send connector. The New York office is configured as a hub site. Antimalware filtering is disabled on EX1 and EX2.
Problem Statements
A. Datum identifies the following issues:
– Users in the Detroit office report that sometimes, Microsoft Outlook takes a long time to open.
– During a recent storage failure, administrators failed to restore the latest backup and lost all of the email messages from the previous 48 hours.
– Users report that the email messages sent to some Internet domains are not received. Users in the Chicago office report that some of their email messages generate a non-delivery report (NDR).
– The help desk in the New York office reports that its most common Exchange-related task is to restore email messages that were deleted by users more than 14 days ago. The task requires time-consuming restore operations by the help desk.
Requirements
Business Requirements
A. Datum wants to provide users with the ability to access their email from Internet Explorer 10, even when the users are disconnected from the network. This ability must only be available if the users log on to Outlook Web Access by using the Private option.
Planned Changes
You plan to deploy three additional Exchange Server 2013 servers.
The servers will be configured as shown in the following table.
 
After the planned deployment, all of the mailboxes of the Detroit office users will be moved to EX3. All of the Detroit office users will use the name detroitmail.adatum.com when they connect from the Internet and the name ex4.adatum.com when they connect from the internal network.
Technical Requirements
A. Datum identifies the following technical requirements:
– All existing and future mailboxes must be limited to 5 GB of storage.
– Antimalware and anti-spam filtering must be enabled for the entire Exchange Server organization.
– If storage for the mailbox database fails, administrators must be able to recover email messages handled by transport services for to the last five days.
– Only the members of a group named Executives must be able to schedule meetings in a room mailbox named Boardroom. Meeting requests must not be moderated.
– All of the servers in the New York office that have the Client Access server role installed must be accessed by using a load balancing solution that can mark a server as down ifa specific URL on the server is unavailable.
Mailbox Creation Requirements
A. Datum identifies the following requirements for creating new mailboxes:
– All mailboxes must automatically have single item recovery enabled.
– All mailboxes must automatically have the Exchange ActiveSync feature disabled.

QUESTION 22
Hotspot Question
You need to recommend a solution to meet the technical requirements for mailbox size restrictions.
Which command should you include in the recommendation? (To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.)
 
Answer:
 

QUESTION 23
Drag and Drop Question
You need to recommend a solution to meet the technical requirements for email message recovery.
Which command should you include in the recommendation? (To answer, configure the appropriate options in the answer area.)
 
Answer:
 

QUESTION 24
You are evaluating the planned deployment of the additional Exchange Server 2013 servers.
You need to recommend changes to the DNS records to ensure that email messages are routed to the Detroit site if the servers in the New York site are unavailable.
What should you recommend adding?

A.    An MX record that has a preference value of 10 that points to EX4
B.    An MX record that has a preference value of 20 that points to EX4
C.    An MX record that has a preference value of 10 that points to EX3
D.    An MX record that has a preference value of 20 that points to EX3

Answer: B
Explanation:
NOT A C D
Need to change the value of the MX record to achieve the desired result.
Need to have a preference value greater for the 2nd preferred exchange mail server (Detroit) than the 1st preferred mail server.(New York)
That is it needs to point to the Detroit mail server (EX4) only if the New York mail server is unavailable.
B
Need to point to EX4 and have a higher preference value than 10. (The default value of New York mail server MX record)

QUESTION 25
You need to recommend a solution to resolve the issue of email messages not being received on the Internet.
What should you include in the solution?

A.    Modify the CNAME record.
B.    Add an MX record.
C.    Modify the TXT record.
D.    Add a pointer (PTR) record.

Answer: D
Explanation:
Detroit and New York users have direct connection to the internet but not Chicago users.
It appears that via a Send Connector Chicago email is sent to New York mail server.
Given this then the spf txt record listing the New York mail server is correct (131.107.1.200) and there should not be any issues with the Chicago email Once the planned changes have been implemented then the DNS txt record would have to accommodate the Detroit Mail server (EX3) (131.107.2.200) in order for the email to function correctly for Detroit users.
However the question relates to Chicago users not Detroit users.
CNAME record
A Canonical Name or CNAME record is a type of DNS record that links an alias name to another canonical domain name.
You’ll need to configure CNAME records if you want to use URL forwarding to create a custom web address, forward a URL to Google Sites, or forward a naked domain URL, as well as verify your site with your domain name provider.
Lastly, you may need to use CNAME records to reset the administrator password if you can’t access the Google Apps control panel because you’ve forgotten the administrator password.
Your CNAME records are stored in the DNS Zone File as pairs of key values.
The value of a CNAME record is always a domain name. CNAME records are often used to create subdomains. CNAME records are useful because they allow you to set up an alias to a server without using its IP address, through an intermediary standard domain name.
MX Record
MX records are DNS settings associated with your domain that direct its mail to the servers hosting your users’ mail accounts.
These settings are managed by your domain host, not by Google. To make sure mail always gets delivered, you typically create records for multiple servers, all of which can deliver mail to users.
That way, if one server is down, mail can be routed to another server, instead. You determine which servers get tried first by assigning priorities, using values like 10, 20, 30, and so on. The lowest value gets highest priority.
PTR Record
A DNS PTR record -for those of you who are wondering -is a special entry in the Domain Name System (DNS) that basically maps an IP address (like 65.55.12.249) to a domain name (like wwwco2vip.microsoft.com). Having a DNS PTR record for your IP address is (somewhat) a sign of reliability in the Internet, since only the owner of a specific network zone has the ability to create and edit these DNS records.
Today, most mail exchangers will check this record for each incoming connection and may abort the communication if they find your IP address does not have an associated DNS PTR entry: because of this reason, always suggest to make sure your public servers IP addresses have DNS PTR records configured properly. While EmailVerify.NET can validate email addresses even without a DNS PTR entry configured, the quality of the validation results in this event may be suboptimal.
TXT Record
A TXT record is an entry within the Domain Name System (DNS) that provides supplemental information about your domain.
A TXT (text) record is used to hold some text information. You can put virtually any free text you want within a TXT record.
A TXT record has a hostname so that you can assign the free text to a particular hostname/zone.
The most common use for TXT records is to store SPF (sender policy framework) records and to prevent emails being faked to appear to have been sent from you.
The name field of the SPF record should be left blank unless mail is sent from a subdomain such as username@mail.example-1.com. If this was the case “mail” would be entered in the name field of the record.
Alternatively, of email is sent from username@example-1.com, the name field is left blank. The data field of the record is populated with the list of hosts that are permitted to send email for the domain in SPF record format.
There are wizards which can assist in generating an SPF record available. The data field of the record must be enclosed in quotations so servers will read the value as a single string.
Below is a default SPF record for example-1.com.
 
NOT A
Today, most mail exchangers will check this record for each incoming connection and may abort the communication if they find your IP address does not have an associated DNS PTR entry:
Need a ptr record.
NOT B
Today, most mail exchangers will check this record for each incoming connection and may abort the communication if they find your IP address does not have an associated DNS PTR entry:
Need a ptr record.
NOT C
Need to modify the txt record for Detroit email users but not apparently for chicago email users.
D
Today, most mail exchangers will check this record for each incoming connection and may abort the communication if they find your IP address does not have an associated DNS PTR entry:
Need a ptr record.
Managing DNS Records

QUESTION 26
You need to recommend a solution for the New York office that meets the technical requirements for client access.
What should you include in the recommendation? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose all that apply.)

A.    A Layer 4 hardware load balancer
B.    A Client Access server array
C.    A Layer 7 hardware load balancer
D.    The Network Load Balancing (NLB) feature
E.    DNS round robin

Answer: AC
Explanation:
Load Balancing: Exchange 2013 Help

QUESTION 27
You need to recommend a solution to meet the mailbox creation requirements.
Which three actions should you recommend performing in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate three actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
 
Answer:
 
Explanation:
Edit the ScriptingAgentConfig.xml.sample file, and then rename the file as 
ScriptingAgentConfig.xml.
Copy the ScriptingAgentConfig.xml file to all of the Mailbox servers Run the Enable-
CmdletExtensionAgent “Scripting Agent” command
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd335054(v=exchg.150).aspx
Cmdlet Extension Agents
Cmdlet extension agents are components in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 invoked by Exchange cmdlets when the cmdlets run. As the name implies, cmdlet extension agents extend the capabilities of the
cmdlets that invoke them by assisting in processing data or performing additional actions based on the requirements of the cmdlet. Cmdlet extension agents are available on any server role.
Agents can modify, replace, or extend functionality of Exchange Management Shell cmdlets. An agent can provide a value for a required parameter that isn’t provided on a command, override a value provided by a user, perform other actions outside of the cmdlet workflow while a cmdlet runs, and more.
You can use the Scripting agent cmdlet extension agent in Exchange 2013 to insert your own scripting logic into the execution of Exchange cmdlets. Using the Scripting agent, you can add conditions, override values, and set up reporting.
Every time an Exchange cmdlet is run, the cmdlet invokes the Scripting agent cmdlet extension agent. When this agent is invoked, the cmdlet checks whether any scripts are configured to be invoked by the cmdlet. If a script should be run for a cmdlet, the cmdlet tries to invoke any APIs defined in the script.
The Scripting agent configuration file contains all the scripts that you want the Scripting agent to run. Scripts in the configuration file are contained within XML tags that define the beginning and end of the script and various input parameters required to pass data to the script. Scripts are written using Windows PowerShell syntax. The configuration file is an XML file that uses the elements or attributes in the following table.
Every Exchange 2013 server includes the file ScriptingAgentConfig.xml.sample in the <installation path>\V15\Bin\CmdletExtensionAgents folder.
This file must be renamed to ScriptingAgentConfig.xml on every Exchange 2013 server if you enable the Scripting Agent cmdlet extension agent. The sample configuration file contains sample scripts that you can use to help you understand how to add scripts to the configuration file. After you add a script to the configuration file, or if you make a change to the configuration file, you must update the file on every Exchange 2013 server in your organization. This must be done to make sure that each server contains an up-to-date version of the scripts that the Scripting Agent cmdlet extension agent runs.
ScriptingAgentConfig.xml
Renamed from ScriptingAgentConfig.xml.sample on every Exchange 2013 server if you enable the Scripting Agent cmdlet extension agent.
ScrptingAgentConfig.xml.sample
Every Exchange 2013 server includes the file ScriptingAgentConfig.xml.sample in the <installation path>\V15
\Bin\CmdletExtensionAgents folder.
This file must be renamed to ScriptingAgentConfig.xml on every Exchange 2013 server if you enable the Scripting Agent cmdlet extension agent.
The sample configuration file contains sample scripts that you can use to help you understand how to add scripts to the configuration file.
Enable-CmdletExtensionAgent “Scripting Agent” command
Use the Enable-CmdletExtensionAgent cmdlet on a server running Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 to enable a cmdlet extension agent.
EXAMPLE 1 This example enables the Scripting Agent cmdlet extension agent. Before you enable the Scripting Agent, you need to make sure that you’ve first deployed the ScriptingAgentConfig.xml configuration file to all the servers in your organization. If you don’t deploy the configuration file first and you enable the Scripting Agent, all non-Get cmdlets fail when they’re run.
Enable-CmdletExtensionAgent “Scripting Agent”
Run the Set-CmdletExtensionAgent “Scripting Agent” command Use the
Set-CmdletExtensionAgent cmdlet on a server running Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 to modify a cmdlet extension agent.
EXAMPLE 1
This example changes the priority of the fictitious “Validation Agent” cmdlet extension agent to 9. Set-CmdletExtensionAgent “Validation Agent” -Priority 9 STEPS
1. Edit the ScriptingAgentConfig,xml.sample file, and then rename the file as
ScriptingAgentConfig.xml
Need to add in your own appropriate scripts
2. Copy the ScriptingAgentConfig.xml file to all of the Mailbox Servers The question refers to mailbox creation requirements but according to the above information – After you add a script to the configuration file, or if you make a change to the configuration file, you must update the file on every Exchange 2013 server in your organization. In the absence of further information, accept updating the mailbox servers over the client access servers
3.Enable- CmdletExtensionAgent “Scripting Agent” command Have to enable the cmdlet extension agent.

QUESTION 28
Hotspot Question
You need to recommend a solution to meet the business requirements for users accessing their email messages.
Which command should you include in the recommendation? (To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.)
 
Answer:
 

QUESTION 29
Drag and Drop Question
You are evaluating the planned deployment of the additional Exchange Server 2013 servers.
You need to meet the technical requirement for installing all of the anti-spam agents and for enabling antimalware filtering.
What should you do? (To answer, drag the appropriate servers to the correct locations. Each server may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)
 
Answer:
 

QUESTION 30
You are evaluating the deployment of the additional Exchange Server 2013 servers.
You need to recommend changes to the transport configurations to ensure that all email messages sent from the Detroit office are routed through EX2.
What should you include in the recommendation?

A.    Increase the cost of the CHI-NY site link to 15.
B.    Specify an Exchange-specific cost of 20 for the CHI-DET site link.
C.    Decrease the cost of the CHI-NY and the DET-NY site links to 4.
D.    Increase the cost of the DET-NY site link to 15.

Answer: B
Explanation:
Exchange-specific cost
By default, Exchange uses the cost assigned to an IP site link for Active Directory replication purposes to compute a routing topology.
 
Route Mail Between Active Directory Sites: Exchange 2013 Help
NOT A C D
Need to introduce an exchange specific cost not change and AD cost B
You need to recommend changes to the transport configurations to ensure that all email messages sent from the Detroit office are routed through EX2.
All of the Detroit Users have a mailbox hosted on EX2 currently (New York)
After the planned changes all of Detroit mailboxes would be shifted to EX3. (Detroit)
The office in New York and Detroit connect to the internet directly.
In order to change the transport configuration to ensure that all email messages sent from the Detroit office are routed through EX2 an exchange specific cost has to be implemented.
B is the only answer option which achieves this.
[A40]
1. Run the New-Mailbox cmdlet
2. Run the New-ManagementRole -Parent
MyContactInformation -Name Role1
3. Run the Remove-ManagementRoleEntry
Role1 Set-User command
4. Run the Add-ManagementRoleEntry Role1Set-User
-Parameters Office, Homephone
5. Run the New-RoleAssignmentPolicy -Name Policy1
-Roles MyBaseOptions, Role1,
MyVoiceMail, MyTextMessages, MyTeamMailboxes,
MyMarketPlaceApps, MyDistributionGroupMembership


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