An administrator needs two vCenter Servers to be visible within a single vSphere Web Client session. Which two vCenter Server and Platform Services Controller (PSC) configurations would accomplish this? (Choose two.)

A.Install a single PSC with two vCenter Servers registered to it. B.Install two PSCs in the same Single Sign-On domain with one vCenter Server registered to each PSC. C.Install a single PSC with two vCenter Servers registered to it and configureLinked Mode. D.Install two PSCs in the same Single Sign-On domain with one vCenter Server …

An administrator is able to manage an ESXi 6.x host connected to vCenter Server using the vSphere Web Client but is unable to connect to the host directly. Which action should the administrator take to correct this behavior?

A.Restart management agents on the ESXi host. B.Disable Lockdown Mode on the ESXi host through vCenter Server. C.Disable the ESXi firewall with the command esxcli network firewall unload. D.Reboot the ESXi host. Answer: B Explanation: Disable lockdown mode through the DCUI and then enable it through the vCenter Server instead. The vCenter Server does not …

An administrator needs to create an Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) Identity Source on a newly deployed vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA). Which two actions will accomplish this? (Choose two.)

A.Use a Service Principal Name (SPN) to configure the Identity Source. B.Use a Domain administrator to configure theIdentity Source. C.Join the VCSA to Active Directory and configure the Identity Source with a Machine Account. D.Create a computer account in Active Directory for the VCSA and configure the Identity Source. Answer: A,C Explanation: Using a machine …

An administrator decides to change the root password for an ESXi 6.x host to comply with the company’s security policies. What are two ways that this can be accomplished? (Choose two.)

A.Use the Direct Console User Interface to change the password. B.Use the passwd command in the ESXi Shell. C.Use the password command in the ESXi Shell. D.Use the vSphere client to update local users. Answer: A,B Explanation: To prevent unauthorized access to the vCenter Server Appliance Direct Console User Interface, you can change the password …

An administrator is assigning a user the Content Library administrator role. The user will only be creating the library for a single vCenter Server. What is the lowest level of the permission heirarchy that this role can be granted to the user and still allow them to create a Content Library?

A.Global B.Datacenter Folder C.Virtual Center D.Datacenter Answer: A Explanation: To let a user manage a content library and its items, an Administrator can assign the Content Library Administrator role to that user as a global permission. The Content Library Administrator role is a sample role in the vSphere Web Client. Users who are Administrators can …

An administrator is creating a new Content Library. It will subscribe to another remote Content Library without authentication enabled. What information from the published library will they need in order to complete the subscription?

A. Subscription URL B. A security password from the publishing Content Library C. Publisher’s Items.json file D. Username from the publishing Content Library Answer: A Explanation: Subscription URL from the published library is needed to complete the subscription

An administrator needs to create an Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) Identity Source on a newly deployed vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA).

Which two actions will accomplish this? (Choose two.) A.Use a Service Principal Name (SPN) to configure the Identity Source. B.Use a Domain administrator to configure theIdentity Source. C.Join the VCSA to Active Directory and configure the Identity Source with a Machine Account. D.Create a computer account in Active Directory for the VCSA and configure the …

Which two are valid Identity Sources when configuring vCenter Single Sign-On? (Choose two.)

A. Radius B. NIS C. OpenLDAP D. LocalOS Answer: C, D Explanation: Active Directory (Integrated Windows Authentication) Use this option for native Active Directory implementations. The machine on which the vCenter Single Sign-Onservice is running must be in an Active Directory domain if you want to use this option. See Active Directory Identity Source Settings. Active …