VCP5-DCV Braindumps | An administrator is unable to…

Question: 27

An administrator is unable to connect a vSphere Client to an ESXi 5.x host.

Which option can be selected from the direct console to restore connectivity without disrupting running virtual machines?

A. Restore the Standard Switch from the ESXi host.
B. Restart the Management Agents from the vSphere client.
C. Restart the Management Agent from the ESXi host
D. Disable the Management Network from the vSphere client.

Answer: C

VCP5-DCV|A user attempts a remote SSH connection

Question: 25

A user attempts a remote SSH connection to a newly-installed ESXi 5.x host to execute some commands. The SSH connection attempt fails, though the user is able to receive a ICMP ping back from the host. What must the administrator do to enable SSH? (Choose two.)

A. Enable root logon on the ESXi server.
B. Open the SSH port on the ESXi firewall.
C. Start the SSH service on the ESXi server.
D. Create a local user on the ESXi server.

Answer: B,C

VCP5-DCV|An administrator is setting up vMotion in a vSphere

Question: 23

An administrator is setting up vMotion in a vSphere environment. A migration is run to test the configuration, but fails. What could the administrator do to resolve the issue?

A. Ensure the VMkernel port group is configured for Management Traffic.
B. Enable VMkernel port group for the vSphere cluster.
C. Ensure the vMotion enabled adaptors configured for the same subnet.
D. Use a vDS instead of a standard switch.

Answer: C

vcp5-dcv|What are two alternate ways to provide the ESXi 5.x installation script to the host

Question: 22

An administrator plans to deploy ESXi 5.x, but does not want to use CD or DVD media.
What are two alternate ways to provide the ESXi 5.x installation script to the host? (Choose two.)

A. PXE
B. FTP
C. HTTP
D. IPMI

Answer: BC

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Explanation
Explanation/Reference:
Explanation:
ESXi 5.x allows you to use FTP and HTTP to provide installations script to the host if you don’t want to use DVD or other media.

VCP5-DCV | An administrator is planning a vSphere infrastructure with the following specific networking requirements:

Question : 21

An administrator is planning a vSphere infrastructure with the following specific networking requirements:
The ability to shape inbound (RX) traffic
Support for Private VLANs (PVLANs)
Support for LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol)
What is the minimum vSphere Edition that will support these requirements?

A. vSphere Essentials Plus
B. vSphere Standard
C. vSphere Enterprise
D. vSphere Enterprise Plus

Answer : D

VCP5-DCV | An administrator is working to implement Storage Profiles in their environment. Which two ways can storage capabilities be generated?

Question : 20

An administrator is working to implement Storage Profiles in their environment. Which two ways can storage capabilities be generated? (Choose two.)

A. They are generated by Datastore Clusters as LUNs are added to the cluster.
B. They are automatically determined by the Storage Profile when it is created.
C. They can be retrieved from the array through the VMware APIs for Storage Awareness (VASA).
D. They can be manually generated by the administrator.

Answer : CD

VCP5-DCV Sample Question : 19

Question : 19

An administrator has deployed vCenter Data Recovery and wants the largest possible de-duplication store. Which three storage options can be used? (Choose three.)

A. Two CIFS shares
B. Two RDMs on a FCP array
C. One NFS mount on the ESXi host and one RDMs on an iSCSI array
D. One CIFS share and one FCP RDM
E. Two NFS mounts on the ESXi host

Answer : B, C, E

VCP5-DCV Sample Question : 18

Question : 18

What are three true statements about quiescing virtual machine snapshots? (Choose three.)

A. vSphere snapshot quiescing only occurs on Windows guest OSes.
B. The quiescing operation is automatic with any snapshot.
C. The quiescing operation varies by guest OS.
D. Quiescing should occur before array-based snapshots to ensure consistency.
E. VMware Tools is required for quiescing to be successful.

Answer : C, D, E

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