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Exam 2V0-651: VMware Certified Professional 6 – Desktop and Mobility Beta

What should the administrator do to resolve the issue?

An organization has a View deployment with a Dedicated Full Clone Pool of Windows 7 desktops. Users connect to the desktops using a Zero Client with firmware
4.1.2. Periodically, the desktops display a black screen after inactivity or after they go to sleep mode. The View Connection Manager indicates the desktops are
Connected.
An administrator finds the following PCoIP log messages:

<Date, Time> LVL:0 RC:0 SERVER==> WindowProC. Detected WM_DISPLAYCHANGE event (1900×1200)
and
<Date,Time>LVL:2 RC. 0 IMG_FRONTEND:DisplayDevice[0] states – DISPLAY_DEVICE_ATTACHED_TO_DESKTOP DISPLAY_DEVICE_ACTIVE
What should the administrator do to resolve the issue?

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Which two solutions should the administrator implement …

An administrator receives reports from users connected to View PCoIP sessions of slow desktop responsiveness and blurry images. Additionally, some users report
being randomly disconnected from their sessions.
The administrator determines the following:
Network Latency is 100ms.
PCoIP Packet Loss is more than 5%.
Which two solutions should the administrator implement to resolve the issues? (Choose two.)

Which setting change should the administrator make to a…

An administrator is attempting to configure a new linked-clone pool to use software 3D rendering and notices that the 3D Renderer option is unavailable.
The pool settings are as follows:
Default display protocol is set to PCoIP.
Allow users to choose protocol is set to Yes.
Max resolution of any one monitor is set to 1920 x 1200.
Max number of monitors is set to 2.
Which setting change should the administrator make to allow the 3D Renderer to be enabled?

What is preventing the Virtual Desktop from showing in …

An administrator needs to view Windows 7 Virtual Desktops from the vSphere Console while a user has a PCoIP session to the Virtual Desktop. When the
administrator opens a vSphere Console to a Virtual Desktop, the Console screen is black.
The administrator enables the Session Variable Enable access to a PCoIP session from a vSphere console. After this change, a black screen still appears when the
administrator opens a vSphere Console to the Virtual Desktops.
What is preventing the Virtual Desktop from showing in the vSphere Console?

Which setting is likely causing the performance issue?

Users report poor performance over a wide area network. Ten users share a 5Mbps link for this site. The administrator suspects a PCoIP configuration issue and
locates the following PCoIP configuration settings:
Turn off Build-to-Lossless feature = Enabled
PCoIP Session Bandwidth Floor = 1000
Maximum Frame Rate = 24
PCoIP Client Image Cache Size Policy = 250
Which setting is likely causing the performance issue?

Which configuration option is responsible for users rep…

An administrator has set the default display protocol for a desktop to PCoIP to support 1080p quality video on the LAN. Group Policy Object (GPO) settings are
applied to the virtual desktops to enforce the following settings:
PCoIP session bandwidth floor = 0
Enable Build to Lossless = Enabled
PCoIP Maximum Frame Rate = 20
Minimum Initial Image Quality = 90
Which configuration option is responsible for users reporting that video playback is choppy?

Which PCoIP GPO change is most likely the cause of the …

Users at a branch office are experiencing poor virtual desktop performance. The branch office has ten users and a 2Mbps link to the datacenter.
Some of the users frequently access video content, but the performance issues began occurring after a recent Group Policy Object (GPO) change. The
performance issues do not occur when the same users connect from the main office, which has a 10Mbps link to the data center.
Which PCoIP GPO change is most likely the cause of the performance issues?

What are two reasons that could cause this behavior?

An organization has deployed a View environment. Users need to connect USB devices to their View sessions.
All client endpoints are Windows 7 thin clients.
A firewall is in place through which all network traffic flows.
All Windows patches are up to date on guest virtual machines and endpoints.
Users report that USB devices are not connecting to the View sessions when they are plugged in to the thin clients.
What are two reasons that could cause this behavior? (Choose two.)

What should the administrator do to resolve the issue?

During the process of pairing a View security server, the administrator aborts the operation and attempts to run the pairing process again. The security server status
displayed in the View Administrator dashboard is down, and remote users receive the following message when attempting to connect:
The View Connection Server authentication failed. No gateway is available to provide a secure connection to a desktop. Contact your network Administrator.
What should the administrator do to resolve the issue?


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