Getting low on questions to go through and personal stuff to ramble about but job prospects are looking up. So I guess that’s a good thing. Keeping my hopes up! Let’s get into some server, mostly easier questions that require less explanation in this lot. On this first one it doesn’t seem like you could go from enterprise to standard but apparently that is a possible “upgrade” path.
For the most part I understand traffic aggregation as a concept and it seems rather obvious that if you adapters are connecting to two different switches that you have to use two different switches.
We talked about hashing mode before but its worth going over the difference between it and dynamic again as im still not 100% on the concepts. Honestly the text in the answer is
fairly helpful in this regard. So it basically ensures the packets travel the same nic when you enable load balancing algorithms.
The only thing important to know is that remove has been essentially replaced by uninstall. Also, with these its important to pay attention to how much GUI surface is described as being needed to be removed when considering the answers as the wording can get tricky in these cases.
This question is somewhat complicated and requires a degree of attention to be paid to what OS each machine is running. As you are going through a large stack of these and having to read massive amounts of information on each question it can get really easy to overlook key details. That said I still recommend marathon study sessions to get your stamina up so that few questions you have to answer while testing seems to be much easier.
I think that the answer in measureup part is good enough in this case as it kind lays everything out. However if you would like more information that is available in a TechNet article as well. Not sure why I didnt crop the explanation but hopefully you can still read what it says.
If you need to set the VM subnet you use the Set-VMnetworkadapter not much to discuss.
Kind of a short lot today but I’ve got about one more post to go through then I’m just going to start blogging questions that I get wrong on the pretest regardless of if I covered the material before as a method for studying. Hopefully I can get in the high 90s doing this
then take the test again and possibly pass.