Exam 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services

Exam 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services

Published: 17 September 2012
Languages: English, Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil)
Audiences: IT professionals
Technology: Windows Server 2012 R2
Credit towards certification: MCP, MCSA, MCSE

Skills measured
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area in the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area in the exam.

Please note that the questions may test on, but will not be limited to, the topics described in the bulleted text.

As of January 2014, this exam includes content covering Windows Server 2012 R2.

Configure and manage high availability (15–20%)

Configure Network Load Balancing (NLB)

Install NLB nodes, configure NLB prerequisites, configure affinity, configure port rules, configure cluster operation mode, upgrade an NLB cluster

Configure failover clustering
Configure quorum, configure cluster networking, restore single node or cluster configuration, configure cluster storage, implement Cluster-Aware Updating, upgrade a cluster, configure and optimise clustered shared volumes, configure clusters without network names, configure storage spaces

Manage failover clustering roles
Configure role-specific settings, including continuously available shares; configure virtual machine (VM) monitoring; configure failover and preference settings; configure guest clustering

Manage VM movement
Perform live migration; perform quick migration; perform storage migration; import, export and copy VMs; configure VM network health protection; configure drain on shutdown

Preparation resources
Managing Network Load Balancing clusters
Setting Network Load Balancing parameters
Failover cluster deployment guide

Configure file and storage solutions (15–20%)

Configure advanced file services
Configure Network File System (NFS) data store, configure BranchCache, configure File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) using File Server Resource Manager (FSRM), configure file access auditing

Implement Dynamic Access Control (DAC)
Configure user and device claim types, implement policy changes and staging, perform access-denied remediation, configure file classification, create and configure Central Access rules and policies, create and configure resource properties and lists

Configure and optimise storage
Configure iSCSI target and initiator, configure Internet Storage Name server (iSNS), implement thin provisioning and trim, manage server free space using Features on Demand, configure tiered storage

Preparation resources
Network File System
File Server Resource Manager
Dynamic Access Control: Scenario overview

Implement business continuity and disaster recovery (15–20%)

Configure and manage backups
Configure Windows Server backups, configure Microsoft Azure backups, configure role-specific backups, manage VSS settings using VSSAdmin

Recover servers
Restore from backups, perform a Bare Metal Restore (BMR), recover servers using Windows Recovery Environment (Win RE) and safe mode, configure the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store

Configure site-level fault tolerance
Configure Hyper-V Replica, including Hyper-V Replica Broker and VMs; configure multi-site clustering, including network settings, Quorum and failover settings; configure Hyper-V Replica extended replication; configure Global Update Manager; recover a multi-site failover cluster

Preparation resources
Windows Server backup overview
Windows Recovery Environment (RE) explained
How to configure bare-metal restore/recovery media

Configure Network Services (15–20%)

Implement an advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) solution
Create and configure superscopes and multicast scopes; implement DHCPv6; configure high availability for DHCP, including DHCP failover and split scopes; configure DHCP Name Protection; configure DNS registration

Implement an advanced DNS solution
Configure security for DNS, including Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC), DNS Socket Pool, and cache locking; configure DNS logging; configure delegated administration; configure recursion; configure netmask ordering; configure a GlobalNames zone; analyse zone level statistics

Deploy and manage IP Address Management (IPAM)
Provision IPAM manually or by using Group Policy, configure server discovery, create and manage IP blocks and ranges, monitor utilisation of IP address space, migrate to IPAM, delegate IPAM administration, manage IPAM collections, configure IPAM database storage

Preparation resources
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) overview
Step-by-step: Demonstrate DNSSEC in a test lab
Holistic administration of IP address space using Windows Server 2012 IP Address Management

Configure the Active Directory infrastructure (15–20%)

Configure a forest or a domain
Implement multi-domain and multi-forest Active Directory environments, including interoperability with previous versions of Active Directory; upgrade existing domains and forests, including environment preparation and functional levels; configure multiple user principal name (UPN) suffixes

Configure trusts
Configure external, forest, shortcut and realm trusts; configure trust authentication; configure SID filtering; configure name suffix routing

Configure sites
Configure sites and subnets, create and configure site links, manage site coverage, manage registration of SRV records, move domain controllers between sites

Manage Active Directory and SYSVOL replication
Configure replication to Read-Only Domain Controllers (RODCs), configure Password Replication Policy (PRP) for RODC, monitor and manage replication, upgrade SYSVOL replication to Distributed File System Replication (DFSR)

Preparation resources
Deploy Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) in your enterprise
Active Directory domains and trusts
Introduction to Active Directory replication and topology management using Windows PowerShell (Level 100)

Configure Identity and Access Solutions (15–20%)

Implement Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
Install AD FS; implement claims-based authentication, including Relying Party Trusts; configure authentication policies; configure Workplace Join; configure multi-factor authentication

Install and configure Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
Install an Enterprise Certificate Authority (CA), configure certificate revocation lists (CRL) distribution points, install and configure Online Responder, implement administrative role separation, configure CA backup and recovery

Manage certificates
Manage certificate templates; implement and manage certificate deployment, validation, and revocation; manage certificate renewal; manage certificate enrolment and renewal to computers and users using Group Policies; configure and manage key archival and recovery

Install and configure Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)
Install a licensing or certificate AD RMS server, manage AD RMS Service Connection Point (SCP), manage RMS templates, configure Exclusion Policies, back up and restore AD RMS

Preparation resources
AD FS deployment guide
Active Directory Certificate Services overview
Deploy a private CA with Windows Server 2012


 

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QUESTION 1
You are employed as a network administrator at ABC.com. ABC.com has an Active Directory
domain named ABC.com. All servers on the ABC.com network have Windows Server 2012
installed.
ABC.com has a server, named ABC-SR07, which is configured as a DHCP server. You have
created a superscope on ABC-SR07.
Which of the following describes a reason for creating a superscope? (Choose all that apply.)

A. To support DHCP clients on a single physical network segment where multiple logical IP
networks are used.
B. To allow for the sending of network traffic to a group of endpointsdestination hosts.
C. To support remote DHCP clients located on the far side of DHCP and BOOTP relay agents.
D. To provide fault tolerance.

Answer: A,C

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
You are employed as a network administrator at ABC.com. ABC.com has an Active Directory
domain named ABC.com. All servers, including domain controllers, on the ABC.com network have
Windows Server 2012 installed.
ABC.com has a domain controller, named ABC-DC01, which is configured as a DNS server. You
are planning to unsign the ABC.com zone.
Why should you unsign the zone?

A. To remove the zone.
B. To change the current zone type.
C. To add a new primary zone.
D. To create an Active Directory-integrated zone.

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
You are employed as a network administrator at ABC.com. ABC.com has an Active Directory
domain named ABC.com. All servers on the ABC.com network have Windows Server 2012
installed.
ABC.com has a server named ABC-SR01, which hosts the IP Address Management (IPAM)
Server feature. ABC.com also has a server, named ABC-SR02, which is configured as a DHCP
server.
You have been instructed to make sure that a user, named Mia Hamm, who belongs to the IPAM
Users group on ABC-SR01, has the ability to modify the DHCP scopes on ABC-SR02 by making
use of use IPAM. You want to achieve this without assigning Mia Hamm any unnecessary
permissions.
Which of the following actions should you take?

A. You should consider making Mia Hamm a member of the DHCP Administrators group on ABCSR02.
B. You should consider making Mia Hamm a member of the IPAM Administrators group on ABCSR02.
C. You should consider making Mia Hamm a member of the Local Administrators group on ABCSR02.
D. You should consider making Mia Hamm a member of the Domain Administrators group.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 4
You are employed as a senior network administrator at ABC.com. ABC.com has an Active
Directory domain named ABC.com. All servers on the ABC.com network have Windows Server
2012 installed.
You are currently running a training exercise for junior network administrators. You are discussing
the DNSSEC NRPT rule property.
Which of the following describes the purpose of this rule property?

A. It is used to indicate the namespace to which the policy applies.
B. It is used to indicate whether the DNS client should check for DNSSEC validation in the
response.
C. It is used to indicate DNSSEC must be used to protect DNS traffic for queries belonging to the
namespace.
D. It is used to whether DNS connections over DNSSEC will use encryption.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
You work as an administrator at ABC.com. The ABC.com network consists of a single domain
named ABC.com. All servers on the ABC.com network have Windows Server 2012 installed.
ABC.com has a server, named ABC-SR07, which has the AD DS, DHCP, and DNS server roles
installed. ABC.com also has a server, named ABC-SR08, which has the DHCP, and Remote
Access server roles installed. You have configured a server, which has the File and Storage
Services server role installed, to automatically acquire an IP address. The server is named ABCSR09.
You then create a filter on ABC-SR07.
Which of the following is a reason for this configuration?

A. To make sure that ABC-SR07 issues ABC-SR09 an IP address.
B. To make sure that ABC-SR07 does not issue ABC-SR09 an IP address.
C. To make sure that ABC-SR09 acquires a constant IP address from ABC-SR08 only.
D. To make sure that ABC-SR09 is configured with a static IP address.

Answer: B

Explanation:

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