The architect discovered two considerations during the assessment that may be addressed by enabling SmartAuditor. What are these two considerations? (Choose two)
A. Users report that print jobs intermittently fail.
B. User are not able to access their applications remotely.
C. Employees are required to log off when not using PositivelyPeople.
D. User are frustrated with the IT Stuff because of application access issues.
Following a successful environmental assessment, Healthy Helping Hands has decided to implement XenApp 5, 0 for Windows Server 2008 to support all virtualized applications. How can an architect configure the new server farm so that application requirements and farm redundancy are achieved at the farm level?
A. Configure one farm with one zone that spans the New York and San Francisco datacenters.
B. Configure one farm with four zones based in New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong and London.
C. Configure two farms with one zone each: one farm for New York and San Francisco and another farm for Hong Kong and London.
D. Configure two farms with two zones each: one farm with a zone for New York and another zone for San Francisco and a second farm with a zone for Hong Kong and another zone for London.
Where should the write cache be placed for the XenAep servers using the Difference Disk Image mode vDisk?
A. The write cache should be placed on the target device hard drive.
B. The write cache should be placed on the target device RAM
C. The write cache should be placed on the Provisioning Services server as local storage.
D. The write cache should be placed on the Provisioning Services server as shared storage on the HP SAN.
Why is this the best design for the Provisioning Services farm?
A. Four Provisioning Services servers, one for each datacenter, will provide high availability. One site should be sufficient for the entire farm because of the small number of vDisks. Auditing should be enabled in order to keep track of actions taken by different administrators.
B. This design will meet security requirements once it can keep track of all administrative changes to the farm and regional device collections in one site for the farm. High availability will be provided with four servers, which will increase the availability of the virtual desktops.
C. Four Provisioning Services servers will provide high availability. One site will enable the administrator to create different views to keep track of different vDisks for the virtual desktops in different locations.
D. Four Provisioning Services servers will provide high availability. The auditing tool will record configuration ‘ actions on components within the Provisioning Services farm to the Provisioning Services database, enabling administrators to troubleshoot and monitor recent changes.
Case Study: Healthy helping Hands – Citrix Delivery Center
Infrastructure Assessment Executive Summary:
Healthy Helping Hands is a multi-national health care equipment company with operations in 10 countries. The organization manufactures and distributes a variety of health care products ranging from its unique baby breathing devices to diabetes supplies to wheelchairs.
Based on current projections, Health Helping Hands expects to expand the company primarily through small, targeted acquisitions as well as a modest amount of organic growth. The organization has been affected by numerous technical challenges, specifically with delivering applications to its users – 4 000 employees approximately 500 of which are contractors. In addition, because the timing and size of acquisitions is unpredictable, the IT staff must have the ability to adjust the technical integration of newly acquired companies to accommodate unpredictable timing, for example, while a period of several weeks or months may have been planned, the integration may need to be completed in several days. These challenges caused the company to investigate the Citrix Delivery Center offerings leading to the ClO’s decision to move forward with those Citrix Delivery Center products and features that address IT and user needs.