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Virtual SAN trafficB. NFS trafficC. vMotion trafficD. vSphere HA trafficE. Fault Tolerance logging trafficAnswer: A,C,EExplanation: VMware 2V0-622 Exam"Everything is under control" - 58
QUESTION NO: 79 When migrating a Windows vCenter Server 6.0 to the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5, which two willbe migrated by default? (Choose two.)A. Local Windows OS users and groupsB. ConfigurationC. Custom portsD. FQDNE. Historical and Performance dataAnswer: B,DExplanation: Reference:-5E19B79A-AE4F-497A-9047-3E9AAC1D7767.htmlVMware 2V0-622 Exam"Everything is under control" - 59
QUESTION NO: 80 An administrator attempts to manually reclaim space on thin-provisioned VMFS6 volumes butfinds that no additional space is being recovered.Which could be causing this?A. vSphere 6.5 does not support manual UNMAP.B. The manual UNMAP operation has been moved to the vSphere web client.C. The VASA version is use is incompatible.D. UNMAP is automated for VMFS6.Answer: DExplanation: VMFS 6 is the new filesystem of vSphere 6.5. The new filesystem supports 512e advanced formatdrives and is 4098 sector (4K) aligned. It also supports automatic UNMAP, which asynchronouslytracks freed blocks and sends UNMAPs to backend storage in background.Reference:nalId=2147824QUESTION NO: 81 An administrator has upgraded to vSphere 6.5 and also wants to use Kerberos authentication forNFS.Which can be done to the existing NFSv3 volumes to enable this feature?A. Perform a storage rescan on VMFS volumes.B. Unmount the NFSv3 datastore, and then mount as NFSv4.1 datastore.VMware 2V0-622 Exam"Everything is under control" - 60
C. Nothing. All NFSv3 mounted datastores are upgraded automatically during vSphere upgrades.D. Perform a scan of new storage devices.Answer: BExplanation: NFS 4.1 supports the Kerberos authentication protocol to secure communication with the NFSserverQUESTION NO: 82 An administrator wants to restore the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 from backup.Where can this be accomplished?A. from the ESXi Host ClientB. from the VMware vSphere Appliance Management InterfaceC. from within the VMware vSphere Web ClientD. from the vCenter Server Appliance InstallerAnswer: DExplanation: Launch the setup application of the VCSA 6.5 (from the ISO) and hit the Restore button >Deploy a new appliance >Accept EULA >Enter Backup details >Review backup information >Enter appliance deployment target (ESXi host) ….. from them it is pretty similar to a cleanVMware 2V0-622 Exam"Everything is under control" - 61
deployment…Reference:QUESTION NO: 83 The administrator wants to power on VM-K2, which has a 2GHz CPU reservation. VM-M1, VM-M2, and VM-K1 are all powered on. VM-K2 is not powered on.