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Recertification for MCSE: Communication

Question No: 11 – (Topic 2)

The company is planning to implement help and support resources for users that use the Lync Server 2013 conferencing features.

You need to ensure that the users can access the help and support resources by clicking a URL from a meeting invitation.

What should you do?

  1. Run the Set-CsConferenceDisclaimer cmdlet.

  2. From the Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Control Panel, modify the conferencing policy settings.

  3. Run the Set-CsMeetingRoom cmdlet.

  4. From the Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Control Panel, modify the meeting configuration settings.

Answer: D

Question No: 12 – (Topic 2)

You need to configure the conferencing settings to support the conferencing requirements and the business requirements.

What should you do?

  1. Modify the global conferencing policy. Create a site-level conferencing policy for the managers and a site-level conferencing policy for the executives.

  2. Create a per-user conferencing policy for all users, a per-user conferencing policy for the managers, and a per-user conferencing policy for the executives.

  3. Modify the global conferencing policy. Create a per-user conferencing policy for the managers and a per-user conferencing policy for the executives.

  4. Create a site-level conferencing policy for all users, a site-level conferencing policy for the managers, and a per-user conferencing policy for the executives.

Answer: C

Question No: 13 – (Topic 2)

You are evaluating the implementation of SQL Server database mirroring on new SQL

Server servers for the planned Lync Server 2013 deployment.

You need to recommend which tasks must be performed to prepare SQL Server database mirroring for Lync Server 2013.

Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

  1. From the Topology Builder, create a new Enterprise Edition Front End pool and a new SQL Server database, SQL Server database mirroring, and a witness.

  2. From the Topology Builder, publish the topology and install the databases.

  3. On the SQL Server servers, install Failover Clustering.

  4. On the Front End Servers, install Failover Clustering.

  5. Run the Update-CsUserDatabase cmdlet.

  6. Run the Invoke-CsDatabaseFailover cmdlet.

Answer: A,B

Explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj204992.aspx

DEPLOYING SQL MIRRORING FOR BACK END SERVER HIGH AVAILABILITY

To be able to deploy SQL mirroring, your servers must run a minimum of SQL Server 2008 R2. This version must run on all the involved servers: the primary, mirror, and the witness. For details, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=3052amp;kbid=2083921.

In general, setting up SQL mirroring between the two Back End Servers with a witness requires the following:

The primary server’s version of SQL Server must support SQL mirroring.

The primary, mirror, and the witness (if deployed) must have the same version of SQL Server.

The primary and the mirror must have the same edition of SQL Server. The witness may have a different edition.

For SQL best practices in terms of what SQL versions are supported for a Witness role, see quot;Database Mirroring Witnessquot; in the MSDN Library at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=247345.

You use Topology Builder to deploy SQL mirroring. You select an option in Topology Builder to mirror the databases, and Topology Builder sets up the mirroring (including setting up a witness, if you want) when you publish the topology. Note that you set up or remove the witness at the same time you set up or remove the mirror. There is no separate command to deploy or remove only a witness.

To configure server mirroring, you must first set up SQL database permissions correctly. For details, see quot;Set Up Login Accounts for Database Mirroring or AlwaysOn Availability Groups (SQL Server)quot; at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=268454.

With SQL mirroring, database recovery mode is always set to Full, which means you must

closely monitor transaction log size and back up transaction logs on a regular basis to avoid running out of disk space on the Back End Servers. The frequency of transaction log backups depends on the log growth rate, which in turn depends on database transactions incurred by user activities on the Front End pool. We recommend that you determine how much transaction log growth is expected for your Lync deployment workload so that you can do the planning accordingly. The following articles provide additional information on SQL backup and log management:

Database recovery models: quot;Recovery Models (SQL Server)quot; at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=268446

Backup overview: quot;Backup Overview (SQL Server)quot; at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=268449

Backup transaction log: quot;Backup a Transaction Log (SQL Server)quot; at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=268452

With SQL mirroring, you can either configure the topology for mirroring when you create the pools, or after the pools are already created.

IMPORTANT:

Using Topology Builder or cmdlets to set up and remove SQL mirroring is supported only when the primary, mirror, and witness (if desired) servers all belong to the same domain. If you want to set up SQL mirroring among servers in different domains, see your SQL Server documentation.

TO CONFIGURE SQL MIRRORING WHILE CREATING A POOL IN TOPOLOGY BUILDER

On the Define the SQL Store page, click New next to the SQL store box.

On the Define new SQL Store page, specify the primary store, select This SQL instance is in mirroring relation, specify the SQL mirroring port number (the default is 5022), and then click OK.

Back on the Define the SQL store page, select Enable SQL Store mirroring.

In the Define new SQL Store page, specify the SQL store to be used as the mirror. Select This SQL instance is in mirroring relation, specify the port number (the default is 5022), and then click OK.

If you want a witness for this mirror, do the following:

Select Use SQL mirroring witness to enable automatic failover.

In the Define the SQL Store page, select Use SQL mirroring witness to enable automatic failover, and specify the SQL store to be used as the witness.

Specify the port number (the default is 7022) and click OK.

After you are done defining your Front End pool and all other roles in your topology, use Topology Builder to publish the topology. When the topology is published, if the Front End

pool that hosts Central Management store has SQL mirroring enabled, you will see an option to create both primary and mirror SQL store databases.Click Settings, and type the path to use as the file share for the mirroring backup.Click OK and then Next to create the databases and publish the topology. The mirroring and the witness (if specified) will be deployed.

You can use Topology Builder to edit the properties of an already existing pool to enable SQL mirroring.

TO ADD SQL MIRRORING TO AN EXISTING FRONT END POOL IN TOPOLOGY BUILDER

In Topology Builder, right-click the pool and then click Edit Properties.

Select Enable SQL Store Mirroring, and then click New next to Mirroring SQL Store. Specify the SQL store that you want to use as the mirror.

Select This SQL instance is in mirroring relation, specify the SQL mirroring port number the default port is 5022), and then click OK.

If you want to configure a witness, select Use SQL mirroring witness to enable automatic failover, and click New.

Specify the SQL store that you want to use as the witness.

Select This SQL instance is in mirroring relation, specify the SQL mirroring port number (the default port is 7022), and then click OK.

Click OK.

Publish the topology. When you do so, you will be prompted to install the database. You must then install the database before going on to the next procedure.

You should keep the following in mind when setting up SQL mirroring:

If a mirroring endpoint already exists, it will be reused using the ports defined there, and will ignore the ones you specify in the topology.

Any port already allocated for other applications on the same server, including those for other SQL instances, should not be used for the installed SQL instances at hand. This implies that if you have more than one SQL instance installed on the same server, they must not use the same port for mirroring. For details, see the following articles: quot;Specify a Server Network Address (Database Mirroring)quot; in the MSDN Library at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=247346

quot;The Database Mirroring Endpoint (SQL Server)quot; at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=247347

USING LYNC SERVER MANAGEMENT SHELL CMDLETS TO SET UP SQL MIRRORING

The easiest way to set up mirroring is by using Topology Builder, but you can also do so

using cmdlets.

Open a Lync Server Management Shell window and run the following cmdlet:

Install-CsMirrorDatabase [-ConfiguredDatabases] [-ForInstance] [-ForDefaultInstance] [- DatabaseType lt;Application | Archiving | CentralMgmt | Monitoring | User | BIStaging | PersistentChat | PersistentChatCompliance gt;] -FileShare lt;filesharegt; -SqlServerFqdn

lt;primarySqlserverFqdngt; [-SqlInstanceName] [-DatabasePathMap] [-ExcludeDatabaseList] [-DropExistingDatabasesOnMirror] -Verbose

For example:

Install-CsMirrorDatabase -ConfiguredDatabases -FileShare \\PRIMARYBE\csdatabackup – SqlServerFqdn primaryBE.contoso.com -DropExistingDatabasesOnMirror -Verbose

You will see the following: Database Name:rtcxds

Data File:D:\CsData\BackendStore\rtc\DbPath\rtcxds.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\BackendStore\rtc\LogPath\rtcxds.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:rtcshared

Data File:D:\CsData\BackendStore\rtc\DbPath\rtcshared.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\BackendStore\rtc\LogPath\rtcshared.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:rtcab

Data File:D:\CsData\ABSStore\rtc\DbPath\rtcab.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\ABSStore\rtc\LogPath\rtcab.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:rgsconfig

Data File:D:\CsData\ApplicationStore\rtc\DbPath\rgsconfig.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\ApplicationStore\rtc\LogPath\rgsconfig.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:rgsdyn

Data File:D:\CsData\ApplicationStore\rtc\DbPath\rgsdyn.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\ApplicationStore\rtc\LogPath\rgsdyn.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:cpsdyn

Data File:D:\CsData\ApplicationStore\rtc\DbPath\cpsdyn.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\ApplicationStore\rtc\LogPath\cpsdyn.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:xds

Data File:D:\CsData\CentralMgmtStore\rtc\DbPath\xds.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\CentralMgmtStore\rtc\LogPath\xds.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

Database Name:lis

Data File:D:\CsData\CentralMgmtStore\rtc\DbPath\lis.mdf Log File:D:\CsData\CentralMgmtStore\rtc\LogPath\lis.ldf Primary SQL: e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc

Account: LOS_A\e04-ocs$

Mirror SQL: K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\K16-ocs$

Witness SQL : AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc Account: LOS_A\AB14-lct$

[Y] Yes [A] Yes to All [N] No [L] No to All [S] Suspend [?] Help (default is quot;Yquot;):

Verify the following:

Port 5022 is accessible through the firewall if Windows Firewall is enabled in the primary SQL Server e04-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc.

Port 5022 is accessible through the firewall if Windows Firewall is enabled in the mirror SQL Server K16-ocs.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc.

Port 7022 is accessible through the firewall if Windows Firewall is enabled in the witness SQL Server AB14-lct.los_a.lsipt.local\rtc.

Accounts running the SQL Servers on all primary and mirror SQL servers have read/write permission to the file share \\E04-OCS\csdatabackup

Verify that the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider is running on all these servers. The cmdlet uses this provider to find the account information for SQL Server services running on all primary, mirror and witness servers.

Verify that the account running this cmdlet has permission to create the folders for the data and log files for all the mirror servers.

Note that the user account that the SQL instance uses to run must have read/write permission to the file share. If the file share is on a different server, and the SQL instance runs a local system account, you must grant file share permissions to the server that hosts the SQL instance.

Type A and press ENTER.The mirroring will be configured.

Install-CsMirrorDatabase installs the mirror and configures mirroring for all the databases that are present on the primary SQL store. If you want to configure mirroring for only specific databases, you can use the -DatabaseType option, or if you want to configure mirroring for all databases except for a few, you can use the -ExcludeDatabaseList option, along with a comma-separated list of database names to exclude.

For example, if you add the following option to Install-CsMirrorDatabase, all databases except rtcab and rtcxds will be mirrored.

-ExcludeDatabaseList rtcab,rtcxds

For example, if you add the following option to Install-CsMirrorDatabase, only the rtcab, rtcshared, and rtcxds databases will be mirrored.

-DatabaseType User

REMOVING OR CHANGING SQL MIRRORING

To remove the SQL mirroring of a pool in Topology Builder, you must first use a cmdlet to remove the mirror in SQL Server. You can then use Topology Builder to remove the mirror from the topology. To remove the mirror in SQL Server, use the following cmdlet:

Uninstall-CsMirrorDatabase -SqlServerFqdn lt;SQLServer FQDNgt; [-SqlInstanceName

lt;SQLServer instance namegt;] -DatabaseType lt;Application | Archiving | CentralMgmt | Monitoring | User | BIStaging | PersistentChat | PersistentChatCompliancegt; [- DropExistingDatabasesOnMirror] [-Verbose]

For example, to remove mirroring and drop the databases for the User databases, type the following:

Uninstall-CsMirrorDatabase -SqlServerFqdn primaryBE.contoso.com -SqlInstanceName rtc

-Verbose -DatabaseType User -DropExistingDatabasesOnMirror

The -DropExistingDatabasesOnMirror option causes the affected databases to be deleted from the mirror.

Then, to remove the mirror from the topology, do the following:

In Topology Builder, right-click the pool and click Edit Properties. Uncheck Enable SQL Store Mirroring and click OK.

Publish the topology.

IMPORTANT:

Whenever you make a change to a Back End Database mirroring relationship, you must restart all the Front End Servers in the pool. For a change in mirroring, (such as changing the location of a mirror), you must use Topology Builder to perform these three steps: Remove mirroring from the old mirror server.

Add mirroring to the new mirror server. Publish the topology.

REMOVING A MIRRORING WITNESS

Use this procedure if you need to remove the witness from a Back End Server mirroring configuration.

In Topology Builder, right-click the pool and click Edit Properties.

Uncheck Use SQL Server mirroring witness to enable automatic failover and click OK. Publish the topology.After publishing the topology, Topology Builder you will see a message that includes the following

Run the Uninstall-CsMirrorDatabase cmdlet to remove databases that are paired with following primary databases.

However, do not follow that step, and do not type Uninstall-CsMirrorDatabase as that would

uninstall the entire mirroring configuration.

To remove just the witness from the SQL Server configuration, follow the instructions in quot;Remove the Witness from a Database Mirroring Session (SQL Server)quot; at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=268456.

Question No: 14 HOTSPOT – (Topic 2)

You need to resolve the user issue.

Which rule should you modify in the client version policy? To answer, select the appropriate rule in the answer area.

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Note: Lync has a Client Version Policy that allows you to allow or reject registrations from certain client versions.

Here the Lync server 2013 clients are blocked because they have too new version number.

Question No: 15 – (Topic 2)

You need to recommend changes to the existing SQL Server environment to support Lync Server 2013 during the coexistence period.

What should you recommend?

  1. Upgrade to SQL Server 2008 R2 on the existing servers that have SQL Server deployed.

  2. Upgrade to SQL Server 2012 on the existing servers that have SQL Server deployed.

  3. Create a new SQL Server instance on the existing servers that have SQL Server deployed.

  4. Implement a new server that has SQL Server 2012 deployed.

Answer: D

Explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg425764.aspx

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Question No: 16 – (Topic 2)

Which cmdlet should you run to move the users to the planned Lync Server 2013 infrastructure?

  1. Move-CsManagementServer

  2. Move-CsLegacyUser

  3. Move-ADObject

  4. Move CsUser

Answer: D

Explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398528.aspx

Move-CsLegacyUser is to move users from Office Communication Server 2007 to Lync Server only,

otherwise use Move-CsUser

Question No: 17 – (Topic 2)

You are evaluating the implementation of the planned monitoring solution.

You need to recommend which tasks must be performed to meet the monitoring requirements.

Which cmdlet should you include in the recommendation?

  1. Set-CsArchivingConfiguration

  2. Set-CsQoEConfiguration

  3. Set-CsCDRConfiguration

  4. Set-CsHealthMonitoringConfiguration

Answer: B

Explanation: “A monitoring solution must save call quality data for 180 days”. The default

is 60 days. The Set-CsQoEConfiguration cmdlet with the -KeepQoEDataForDays option can be used to change the value to 180 days.

Question No: 18 – (Topic 2)

You need to recommend which task must be performed to meet the backup requirements. Which cmdlet should you recommend using?

  1. Export-CsConfiguration

  2. Backup-CsPool

  3. Restore-CsDatabase

  4. Export-CsUserData

Answer: A

Explanation: Export-CsConfiguration, Exports your Lync Server topology, policies,

and configuration settings to a file. Among other things, this file can then be used to restore this information to the Central Management store after an upgrade, a hardware failure, or some other issue has resulted in data loss.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh202170.aspx

Question No: 19 HOTSPOT – (Topic 2)

You are evaluating how many servers are required for the planned Lync Server 2013 deployment.

You need to identify which components can be collocated on the Front End Servers and which components must be installed on a new server.

Which components should you identify for which servers?

To answer, configure the appropriate components in the answer area.

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Question No: 20 DRAG DROP – (Topic 2)

You need to design the deployment of the planned Edge Server. Which four actions should you include in the design?

To answer, move the four appropriate actions from the list of actions the correct order.

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Note:

You install Lync Server 2013 on Edge Servers by using Lync Server Deployment Wizard. By running the Deployment Wizard on each Edge Server, you can complete most of the tasks required to set up the Edge Server. In order to deploy Lync Server 2013 on an Edge Server, you must have already run Topology Builder (see note 2 below) to define and publish your Edge Server topology, and exported it to media that is available from the Edge Server.

To install an Edge Server

->Log on to the computer on which you want to install your Edge Server as a member of the local Administrators group or an account with equivalent user rights and permissions.

->Ensure that the topology configuration file you created using Topology Builder, and then exported and copied to external media, is available on the Edge Server (for example, access to the USB drive onto which you copied the topology configuration file, or verify access to the network share where you copied the file).

->Start the Deployment Wizard.

->In the Deployment Wizard, click Install or Update Lync Server System.

->After the wizard determines the deployment state, for Step 1. Install Local Configuration Store, click Run and then do the following:

  • In the Configure Local Replica of Central Management Store dialog box, click Import from a file (Recommended for Edge Servers), go to the location of the exported topology configuration file, select the .zip file, click Open, and then click Next.

  • The Deployment Wizard reads the configuration information from the configuration file and writes the XML configuration file to the local computer.

  • After the Executing Commands process is finished, click Finish. Etc.

    Note 2: To define the topology for a single Edge Server

    ->Start Topology Builder: Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft Lync Server 2013, and then click Lync Server Topology Builder.

    ->In the console tree, expand the site in which you want to deploy an Edge Server.

    ->Right-click Edge pools, and then click New Edge Pool.

    ->In Define the New Edge Pool, click Next.

    ->In Define the Edge pool FQDN,

    Note 3: Export-CsConfiguration

    Exports your Lync Server topology, policies, and configuration settings to a file. Among other things, this file can then be used to restore this information to the Central Management store after an upgrade, a hardware failure, or some other issue has resulted in data loss. This cmdlet was introduced in Lync Server 2010.

    Topic 3, Litware, Inc Case A Overview

    General Overview

    Litware, Inc., is an international manufacturing company that has 4,000 employees. The company has a sales department, a marketing department, a research department, and a human resources department.

    Litware has a partner company named Fabrikam, Inc. Fabrikam has an office in Paris. Fabrikam uses a XMPP-based instant messaging (IM) solution.

    Physical Locations

    Litware has seven offices located throughout North America and Europe.

    Litware has two data centers. The data centers are located in New York and London. All communications for the North American offices are routed through the New York data center.

    All communications for the European offices are routed through the London data center. The number of users in each office is shown in the following table.

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    Existing Environment

    Active Directory Environment

    Litware has an Active Directory forest named litwareinc.com. The forest contains a single domain. All domain controllers run Windows Server 2008 R2.

    Each office contains five domain controllers. Each office is configured as an Active Directory site.

    Lync Server Environment

    Litware has a Lync Server 2010 infrastructure that contains two servers in the New York office. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

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    The SIP domain is litwareinc.com.

    Litware has a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 organization.

    Problem Statements

    Users in the London office report poor video quality during conferences.

    Requirements Business Goals

    Litware wants to minimize the costs associated with purchasing hardware and software.

    Planned Changes

    Litware plans to migrate the Lync Server 2010 infrastructure to Lync Server 2013. The

    migration will have a coexistence period of six months.

    Litware plans to implement the following components as part of the planned migration:

    ->Persistent Group Chat

    ->The unified contact store

    ->Enterprise Voice for all users

    ->A central site in each data center

    ->A branch site in each branch office

    ->A Front End pool in each central site

    ->Microsoft Lync Phone Edition devices

    ->Pool pairing

    Litware plans to create a federation relationship with Fabrikam.

    Technical Requirements

    Litware identifies the following technical requirements for the planned migration:

    ->Users must be able to use all Lync Server features if a single server fails.

    ->Users must be able to connect to the Lync Server infrastructure if a single central site fails.

    ->Members of a group named Temp_Contractors must be prevented from using Microsoft Lync 2013 when they connect remotely.

    ->Only users in the human resources department must be able to access and discover a persistent chat room named HRConfidential.

    Security Requirements

    Litware plans to deploy remote access. Some users work remotely from their customers#39; offices, which have firewall restrictions. All of the remote users must be able to connect to the Lync Server infrastructure by using TCP port 443.

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