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HP2-H39 HP Designing and Implementing HP Thin Client Solutions
Answer: B, E QUESTION: 33 What are important features of thin client management? (Select three.) A. Anti-virus support B. Capturing and deploying images C. Network performance D. Virtual machine performance monitoring E. Managing device settings F. Asset tracking Answer: A, C, E QUESTION: 34 Which statement is true about HP Device Manager? A. It is good for testing, proof of concepts, or when there is no server available for centralized management software. B. It is not recommended for WAN. C. Tasks may be automated for a near zero-touch management system. D. It is not recommended for larger deployments. Answer: A Reference: QUESTION: 35 What is a thin client? A. An access appliance (to virtual client) with no moving parts and no local storage B. A traditional PC with smaller and thinner physical form C. A device with minimal connectivity to connect to the Internet D. A thin Ultrabook connected to the network Answer: B QUESTION: 36 12
What are the primary ISVs that HP partners with for client virtualization? (Select three.)

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