- Nov 6, 2018
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Dump still valid. My friend just cleared it this week.
Site A is configured to check out Enterprise licenses. Site B is configured to check out Platinum
licenses. LicenseServer1 contains both Enterprise and Platinum licenses.
The Enterprise licenses have become exhausted, and the next user from Site A attempts to
launch a published desktop.
What will be the outcome of this action?
A. The application will launch successfully with Platinum licenses checked out.
B. The application will launch successfully, and Site A will enter the Supplement Grace Period.
C. The user will be unable to launch the application, and the error message "No resources available"
D. The application will launch successfully, and Site B will enter the Supplement Grace Period.
Trainer says C but other people are saying B. Which one?
Don't worry I haven't learnt them that way. I've built a few PVS environments so its not much of an issue. It was just the actual academic components that I needed some refreshers on for features I haven't configured. You'd have to be a nut job to learn them by order. Also I'd say a few of the answers in Orion2's dumps are incorrect. The only one I am not certain on is what components are required for Netscaler HDX. Also the one about the "what happens to the differencing disk when a non-persistant MCS machines is updated". From what I know it would get deleted and recreated as its non persistent (if the question was changed it would not be deleted). However there is a similar question about what happens to the identity disk. Since the machine is not changing name etc technically the identity disk would stay the same size? That's probably the only one I'm struggling with as there is no definitive article on it. It says nothing about being deleted so staying the same size would be my pick.Still valid. Passed earlier this week. The answers were pretty much all in a different order, so dont just remember the letters. There was one new questions regarding services for FMA architecture that required 3 answers.