Q21. What will occur if the .nvram file is deleted from a powered off virtual machine? 

A. The .nvram file will get created the next time the virtual machine is powered on. 

B. Restoring the file from backup is needed to allow the virtual machine to power on. 

C. The virtual machine will fail to power on and enter an Orphaned state. 

D. The virtual machine will fail to power on and enter an Inaccessible state. 

Answer:


Q22. An administrator needs to recover disk space on a previously-used thin provisioned virtual disk. The volumes where the administrator needs to recover the disk blocks are on VAAI-compliant storage arrays. 

Which two actions should the administrator take accomplish this task? (Choose two.) 

A. Perform a Storage vMotion to another volume in order to force free space recovery to occur. This recreates the volume in a new location and recovers all unused space. 

B. Use VMware Converter to migrate the virtual machine to a new datastore. This will recreate the volumes and recover all unused space. 

C. Issue the vmkfstools -vmfs unmap command within the VMFS volume directory on the ESXi host console. 

D. Execute the esxcli storage vmfs unmap command. 

Answer: B,D 


Q23. A user notifies an administrator that Content Libraries are not visible. 

What is a possible solution? 

A. Assign the user the read-only role at the global permission level. 

B. Assign the user the read-only role at the vCenter Server root level. 

C. Assign the user the read-only role at the vCenter Server data center level. 

D. Assign the user the read-only role at the vCenter Server cluster level. 

Answer:


Q24. An administrator suspects that the MTU value for a vSphere Standard Switch is misconfigured. 

Which two commands can determine the value? (Choose two.) 

A. esxcfg-vswitch -l 

B. esxcli network vswitch standard list 

C. esxcfg-vss -l 

D. esxcli network standard vswitch list 

Answer: A,B 


Q25. An administrator is troubleshooting a virtual machine that has unexpectedly powered off. Which two logs should be used to troubleshoot the issue? (Choose two.) 

A. vmware.log 

B. hostd.log 

C. syslog.log 

D. shell.log 

Answer: A,B 


Q26. A virtual machine is exhibiting these symptoms: 

. Memory usage is constantly high (94% or greater) or constantly low (24% or less). 

. Free memory is consistently 6% or less and swapping frequently occurs 

Which three solutions could correct this problem? (Choose three.) 

A. Verify that VMware Tools is installed on each virtual machine. 

B. Decrease the memory reservation setting, if higher than active memory. 

C. Add physical memory to the host. 

D. Disable the balloon driver in each virtual machine. 

E. Create a memory limit for each virtual machine. 

Answer: A,B,C 


Q27. How does vSphere High Availability calculate the memory slot size of a virtual machine? 

A. Virtual machine memory reservation + overhead of largest virtual machine 

B. Virtual machine memory reservation - overhead of largest virtual machine 

C. Virtual machine memory reservation + overhead of smallest virtual machine 

D. Virtual machine memory reservation - overhead of smallest virtual machine 

Answer:


Q28. An administrator attempts to place a Storage DRS enabled Datastore into Maintenance Mode. The task never completes, and the Entering Maintenance Mode status remains at 1%. 

Which two actions should the administrator take to resolve this problem? (Choose two.) 

A. Set the Storage DRS advanced option IgnoreAffinityRulesForMaintenance = 1. 

B. Set the Storage DRS advanced option IgnoreAffinityRulesForMaintenance = 0. 

C. Disable Storage DRS affinity rules associated with this datastore cluster. 

D. Enable Storage DRS affinity rules associated with this datastore cluster. 

Answer: A,C 


Q29. What is the highest object level from which a virtual machine can inherit privileges? 

A. Host Folder 

B. Data Center 

C. Data Center Folder 

D. VM Folder 

Answer:


Q30. An administrator is implementing a vSphere 6.x environment containing one vCenter Server and five ESXi hosts. The administrator has just finished deploying the vCenter Server appliance with an embedded Platform Services Controller (PSC) and needs to ensure that default security certificates within the vSphere 6.x environment are replaced with new certificates. 

What should the administrator do to complete this task with the least administrative effort? 

A. Add the ESXi hosts to vCenter Server before updating the VMCA root certificate on the PSC. 

B. Make VMCA an Intermediate Certificate Authority to ensure each added ESXi hosts receives the same certificate. 

C. Replace the VMCA root certificate before adding the ESXi hosts to vCenter Server. 

D. Create ESXi host security certificates using the SSL Thumbprint mode to ensure consistency among all hosts. 

Answer: