Microsoft 70-533 ExamImplementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions

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Q31. DRAG DROP 

You manage two solutions in separate Azure subscriptions. 

You need to ensure that the two solutions can communicate on a private network. 

Which three 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. 

Answer: 


Q32. DRAG DROP 

You manage a solution deployed in two Azure subscriptions for testing and production. Both subscriptions have virtual networks named fabVNet. 

You plan to add two new virtual machines (VMs) in a new subnet. 

You have the following requirements: 

... 

Deploy the new VMs to the virtual network in the testing subscription. 

Minimize any errors in defining the network changes. 

Minimize the work that will be required when the change is made to the production 

virtual network. 

Which three steps 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. 

Answer: 


Q33. Your company plans to migrate from On-Premises Exchange to Office 365. 

The existing directory has numerous service accounts in your On-Premises Windows Active Directory (AD), stored in separate AD Organizational Units (OU) for user accounts. 

You need to prevent the service accounts in Windows AD from syncing with Azure AD. 

What should you do? 

A. Create an OU filter in the Azure AD Module for Windows PowerShell. 

B. Configure directory partitions in miisclient.exe. 

C. Set Active Directory ACLs to deny the DirSync Windows AD service account MSOL_AD_SYNC access to the service account OUs. 

D. Create an OU filter in the Azure Management Portal. 

Answer:

Explanation: One customer, who was looking for OU level filtering to import selected users from On-Premises active directory to Office365. 

Configure OU level filtering for Office365 directory synchronization. 

1. Logged in to your Domain controller 

2. Created an OU (Organisational Unit) from your AD (Active Directory) 

a. In my case I named it “DirSync” 

3. Move all those users you want to sync, to that.DirSync OU. 

4. From your DirSync Server navigate to <Drive>\\Program Files\\Microsoft Online Directory Sync\\SYNCBUS\\Synchronization Service\\UIShell 

5. Double click on.miisclient.exe 

6. This opens a console something similar to the below screen capture 

Identity Manager, click Management Agents, and then double-click SourceAD. 


Q34. You administer an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant that has a SharePoint web application named TeamSite1. TeamSite1 accesses your Azure AD tenant for user information. 

The application access key for TeamSite1 has been compromised. 

You need to ensure that users can continue to use TeamSite1 and that the compromised key does not allow access to the data in your Azure AD tenant. 

Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. 

A. Remove the compromised key from the application definition for TeamSite1. 

B. Delete the application definition for TeamSite1. 

C. Generate a new application key for TeamSite1. 

D. Generate a new application definition for TeamSite1. 

E. Update the existing application key. 

Answer: A,C 

Explanation: One of the security aspects of Windows Azure storage is that all access is protected by access keys. 

It is possible to change the access keys (e.g. if the keys become compromised), and if changed, we’d need to update the application to have the new key. 


Q35. DRAG DROP 

You plan to deploy a cloud service named contosoapp. The service includes a web role named contosowebrole. The web role has an endpoint named restrictedEndpoint. 

You need to allow access to restricted Endpoint only from your office machine using the IP address 145.34.67.82. 

Which values should you use within the service configuration file? To answer, drag the appropriate value to the correct location in the service configuration file. Each value may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content. 

Answer: 


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Q36. You manage a cloud service on two instances. The service name is Service1 and the role name is ServiceRole1. 

Service1 has performance issues during heavy traffic periods. 

You need to increase the existing deployment of Service1 to three instances. 

Which Power Shell cmdlet should you use? 

A. PS C:\\>Set-AzureService -ServiceName "Service1” -Label "ServiceRole1' -Description "Instance count=3" 

B. PS C:\\>Set-AzureRole -ServiceName "Service1" -Slot "Production” -RoleName "ServiceRole1" -Count 3 

C. PS C:\\>Add-AzureWebRole -Name 'ServiceRole1" -Instances 3 

D. PS C:\\> $instancecount = New-Object Hashtable$settings['INSTANCECOUNT=3] PS C:\\> Set-AzureWebsite -AppSettings $instancecount ServiceRole1 

Answer:

Explanation: The Set-AzureRole cmdlet sets the number of instances of a specified role to run in an Azure deployment 

Example This command sets the "MyTestRole3" role running in production on the "MySvc1" service to three instances. 

Windows PowerShell C:\\PS>Set-AzureRole –ServiceName "MySvc1" –Slot "Production" –RoleName 

"MyTestRole3" –Count 3 Reference: Set-AzureRole 


Q37. DRAG DROP 

You manage an Azure Web Site named salessite1. You notice some performance issues with salessite1. You create a new database for salessite1. 

You need to update salessite1 with the following changes, in the order shown: 

1. Display the list of current connection strings. 

2. Create a new connection string named conn1 with a value of: Server=tcp:samplel.database.windows.net,1433;Database=NewDB;User 

ID=User@samplel;Password=Passwordl;Trusted_Connection=False;Encrypt=True;Connec tion Timeout=30;. 

3. Download the application logs for analysis. 

Which three xplat-cli commands should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate commands from the list of commands to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. 

Answer:


Q38. Your company network has two physical locations configured in a geo-clustered environment. You create a Blob storage account in Azure that contains all the data associated with your company. 

You need to ensure that the data remains available in the event of a site outage. 

Which storage option should you enable? 

A. Locally redundant storage 

B. Geo-redundant storage 

C. Zone-redundant storage 

D. Read-only geo-redundant storage 

Answer:

Explanation: Introducing Read-only Access to Geo Redundant Storage (RA-GRS): 

RA-GRS allows you to have higher read availability for your storage account by providing “read only” access to the data replicated to the secondary location. Once you enable this feature, the secondary location may be used to achieve higher availability in the event the data is not available in the primary region. This is an “opt-in” feature which requires the storage account be geo-replicated. 

Reference: Windows Azure Storage Redundancy Options and Read Access Geo Redundant Storage 


Q39. You administer an Azure Web Site named contoso. You create a job named Cleanlogs.cmd that will be executed manually, twice a week. 

You need to deploy the job. 

To which folder location should you deploy CleanLogs.cmd? 

A. ./App_Code/jobs/triggered/cleanLogs/CleanLogs.cmd 

B. ./App_Data/jobs/triggered/clean Logs/CleanLogs.cmd 

C. ./App_Code/jobs/continuous/cleanLogs/CleanLogs.cmd 

D. ./App_Data/jobs/continuous/cleanLogs/CleanLogs.cmd 

Answer:

Explanation: A WebJob is stored under the following directory in your site: 

site\\wwwroot\\App_Data\\jobs\\{job type}\\{job name} 

Where {job type} can be either continuous for a job that is always running or triggered for a job that starts from an external trigger (on demand / scheduler). 

Reference: How to deploy Azure WebJobs 

URL: http://blog.amitapple.com/post/74215124623/deploy-azure-webjobs/#.VDZam_mSx8E 


Q40. You are the administrator for three Azure subscriptions named Dev, Test, and Prod. 

Your Azure Power Shell profile is configured with the Dev subscription as the default. 

You need to create a new virtual machine in the Test subscription by using the least 

administrative effort. 

Which Power Shell command should you use? 

A. Option A 

B. Option B 

C. Option C 

D. Option D 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Example: Set the current subscription 

This command makes "ContosoEngineering" the current subscription. 

Windows PowerShell 

C:\\PS> Select-AzureSubscription -SubscriptionName ContosoEngineering -Current 

Reference: Select-AzureSubscription 

URL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn722499.aspx 


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