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Exam Code: 70-243 (Practice Exam Latest Test Questions VCE PDF)
Exam Name: Administering and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
Certification Provider: Microsoft
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Q31. 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? 

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

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

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

D. 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 


Q32. 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? 

A. 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. 

B. Extend the Active Directory schema and assign the Central Administration site server 

permissions to the System\System Management container. 

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

Configuration Manager 2012 primary site. 

D. 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. 

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Q33. 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? 

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

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

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

D. 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. 


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Q34. You recently migrated from System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. 

Your network contains a client computer that runs the 64-bit version of Windows 7 and the 32-bit version of Windows 7. 

Some client computers have the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) client installed. 

You have an Application named App1. 

You have a 64-bit version of App1, a 32-bit version of App1, and a virtual version of App1. 

You need to deploy the Application to all of the client computers. 

The solution must minimize the amount of administrative effort. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a new Application that has three different deployment types and create a target collection for each of the deployment types. 

B. Create a new Application that has three different deployment types and configure global conditions for each of the deployment types. 

C. Create a new package for each version of App1. 

D. Create a new Application for each version of App1. 

Answer: B 

Explanation: How to Create Deployment Types in Configuration Manager 

Supplemental Procedures to Create a Deployment Type Step 6: Specify Requirements for the Deployment Type 

1. 

On the Requirements page of the Create Deployment Type Wizard, click Add to open the Create Requirement dialog box, and add a new requirement. 

2. 

From the Category drop-down list, select whether this requirement is for a device or a user, or select Custom to use a previously created global condition. When you select Custom, you can also click Create to create a new global condition. For more information about global conditions, see How to Create Global Conditions in Configuration Manager. 

3. 

From the Condition drop-down list, select the condition that you want to use to assess whether the user or device meets the installation requirements. The contents of this list will vary depending on the selected category. 

4. 

From the Operator drop-down list, choose the operator that will be used to compare the 

selected condition to the specified value to assess whether the user or device meets in the 

installation requirement. 

The available operators will vary depending on the selected condition. 

5. 

In the Value field, specify the values that will be used with the selected condition and operator whether the user or device meets in the installation requirement. The available values will vary depending on the selected condition and the selected operator. 

6. 

Click OK to save the requirement rule and exit the Create Requirement dialog box. 

7. 

On the Requirements page of the Create Deployment Type Wizard, click Next. 

Reference: How to Create Deployment Types in Configuration Manager http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682174.aspx#BKMK_Step2 


Q35. DRAG DROP 

You have a System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) deployment that contains the servers configured as shown in the following table. 

You need to ensure that Server3, Server4, and Server5 can be used to deploy software updates to Configuration Manager clients. The Configuration Manager clients in the primary site must be able to receive updates if one of the WSUS servers becomes unavailable. 

Which four actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. 

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Q36. 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? 

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

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

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

D. 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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Q37. Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. 

You deploy the Configuration Manager client to all client computers. 

You enable Hardware Inventory and Software Inventory for all of the client computers. 

You discover that one of the client computers fails to report inventory data. 

You confirm that the inventory files are copied correctly to the site server. 

You discover, however, that the site server does not contain any data from the client 

computer. 

You need to identify what is causing the reporting issue. 

Which log file should you review? 

A. Dataldr.log 

B. Mp_hinv.log 

C. Inventoryagent.log 

D. Contenttransfermanager.log 

Answer: A 

Explanation: 

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. 

Incorrect: MP_Hinv.log Site system server log file Records details about the conversion of XML hardware inventory records from clients and the copy of those files to the site server. InventoryAgent.log Client log file Records activities of hardware inventory, software inventory, and heartbeat discovery actions on the client. Contenttransfermanager.log Client log file Schedules the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) or the Server Message Block (SMB) to download or to access packages. 

Note: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb932206.aspx 

Troubleshooting Configuration Manager Performance Slow Hardware Inventory Processing - Solution If you suspect that hardware inventory report processing is slow for a Configuration Manager 2007 site, the following actions should be taken: Inspect the client inventoryagent.log log file to determine whether the client is sending delta hardware inventory reports or full reports. After initial client deployment, a very high percentage of hardware inventory reports should be deltas, which contain much less data than full inventory reports. If you are seeing a significant number of full inventory reports, this could be caused by inconsistent inventory report processing by the site server. For example, a delta hardware inventory report could be processed before a full inventory report for the same system has been processed. In this situation, a hardware inventory resynchronization request will be sent to the client and an additional full inventory report will be generated. To determine whether this is happening, review the dataldr.log log file on the site server. 

Inspect the size of the hardware inventory files in the site server's inbox directory to determine whether the software inventory files have grown significantly from previous inventory reports. If hardware inventory report file sizes have grown beyond an initial hardware inventory report file size baseline, you should determine the cause and whether the larger inventory report files are expected to be larger. One possibility is that the site’s SMS_def.mof file has been modified to collect more inventory information from clients. Determine whether there is a consistent SMS_def.mof hardware inventory reporting file in use throughout the hierarchy. If not, the hardware inventory processor might be running very slowly because of changes in the database schema caused by the different SMS_def.mof files throughout the hierarchy. The dataloader.log log file will record instances of database schema changes and should be reviewed when investigating this issue. 

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


Q38. You create a deployment to install Microsoft Office 2010. 

The deployment targets 5,000 client computers on the network. 

Two weeks after you create the deployment, you discover that Office 2010 fails to install on a client computer named Computer 1. 

You need to identify whether Computer1 started downloading the Application of Office 2010. 

Which log file should you review? 

A. Locationservices.log 

B. Ccm.log 

C. Sdmagent.log 

D. Sitestat.log 

E. Rcmctrl.log 

F. Dcmagent.log 

G. Contenttransfermanager.log 

H. Smsexec.log 

I. Wsyncmgr.log 

J. Ciagent.log 

K. Hman.tog 

Answer: G 

Explanation: 

Technical Reference for Log Files in Configuration Manager ContentTransferManager.log Client log file Schedules the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) or the Server Message Block (SMB) to download or to access packages. 

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


Q39. You are the network administrator for a company named Contoso, Ltd. 

The network contains 1,000 desktop computers and 500 servers. 

The network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. 

The names of all the desktop computers in the human resources department start with the letters HR, for example HR001 and HR023. 

A device collection named All Server Devices contains all of the servers. 

A device collection named All Desktop Devices contains all of the desktop computers. You plan to create a new collection named All HR Computers and Servers. 

The new collection must contain all of the human resources department computers and all of the servers. The collection must not contain any other computers. 

You need to create a membership rule for the new collection. 

Which rule should you include in the membership rule? (Choose all that Apply.) 

A. QUERY RULE: select * from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_system.NetbiosName like "HR%" 

B. INCLUDE RULE: All Server Devices 

C. EXCLUDE RULE: All NON HR Computers 

D. EXCLUDE RULE: All Desktop Devices 

E. QUERY RULE- select * from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_system.OperatingSystemNameandVersion like. *%Workstation* 

F. QUERY RULE-select * from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_system.OperatingSystemNameandVersion not like. *%Server* 

Answer: A,B 

Explanation: 

Select * from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_system.NetbiosName like "HR%" 

SQL command to select all Systems whose names begin with HR 

INCLUDE RULE: All Server Devices Selects all the Server Devices as asked in the 

question. 

Reference: Introduction to Collections in Configuration Manager 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682177.aspx 


Q40. Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment that contains six servers configured as shown in the following table: 

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

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? 

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

B. Configure the Exchange connector on Server3. 

C. Install a management point on Server2. 

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

E. Install a software update point on Server3. 

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

G. Install an enrollment proxy point on Server6. 

H. Install the Windows Cluster service on Server3. 

I. Install a protected distribution point on Server1. 

J. Configure IIS to support only HTTPS on Server3. 

K. Install a management point on Server5. 

L. Install the Windows Cluster service on Server6. 

M. Configure IIS to support only HTTP on Server5. 

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

O. 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 



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