You are evaluating a disaster recovery solution for the planned Front End pools. You need to recommend a solution for restoring access to the Central Management store if the Front End pool fails. Which cmdlet should you include in the recommendation? A. Invoke-CsManagementServerFailover B. Import-CsConfiguration C. Invoke-CsPoolFailover D. Move-CsManagementServer Answer: A Explanation:
79 Question: 7 HOTSPOT You are evaluating the implementation of an Edge Server. You need to identify which ports that must be open on the firewall to support the planned federation relationship. Which port should you open between the Internet and the planned Edge Server? To answer, configure the appropriate protocol and port in the answer area. Answer:
80 Explanation: Note: Protocol/TCP or UDP/Port,Source (IP address), Destination (IP address), Comments *XMPP/TCP/5269 IP address or addresses of XMPP federated partners Access Edge External Standard server-to-server communication port for XMPP. Allows communication to the Edge-deployed XMPP proxy from federated XMPP partners*XMPP/TCP/5269 Access Edge External IP address or addresses of XMPP federated partners Standard server-to-server communication port for XMPP. Allows communication from the Edge-deployed XMPP proxy to federated XMPP partnersQuestion: 8 HOTSPOT You need to identify which DNS record must be implemented for the planned federation relationship. Which DNS record should you identify? To answer, select the appropriate configurations for the DNS record in the answer area.
81 Answer: Question: 9
82 DRAG DROP You need to identify which tasks must be performed to move the Central Management store during the planned migration. Which three actions should you identify? To answer, move the three appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. Answer:
83 Explanation: Box 1: From a server that has Lync Server 2013 deployed, run the Install-CsDatabase cmdlet. Box 2: From a server that has Lync Server 2013 deployed, run the Enable-CsTopology cmdlet. Box 3: From Lync1, run the Export-CsConfiguration cmdlet Note: To move the Lync Server 2010 Central Management Server to Lync Server 2013 1. On the Lync Server 2013 server that will be the Central Management Server: Log on to the computer where the Lync Server Management Shell is installed as a member of the RTCUniversalServerAdminsgroup. You must also have the SQL Server database administrator user rights and permissions. 2. Open Lync Server Management Shell. 3. In the Lync Server Management Shell, type: Enable-CsTopology 4. On the Lync Server 2013 Front End Server or Front End pool, in the Lync Server Management Shell, type: Move-CsManagementServer 5. Lync Server Management Shell displays the servers, file stores, database stores, and the service connection points of the Current State and the Proposed State. Read the information carefully and confirm that this is the intended source and destination. Type Y to continue, or N to stop the move.