NEWT 167 Quiz 12

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Start saved virtual machine state

Which of the following is not a valid option when configuring automatic start?


The XML file containing the details of a VM’s virtual hardware configuration is stored in what folder by default?​


Checkpoint files utilize what file name extension?

Hyper-V Manager

What utility should always be used in order to delete checkpoints?​

​2 TB

VHD based disks are limited to what size?

Enable MAC address spoofing

What option when enabled allows a virtual machine to change the source MAC address on outgoing packets?


A regular session, called a "basic session" in Hyper-V, redirects only screen, mouse, and keyboard I/O from the guest to the Virtual Machine Connection console.


Once resource metering is enabled, what PowerShell cmdlet will display resource metering data?


Which PowerShell cmdlet can be used to create a resource pool for measuring memory usage?


Select below the Integration Services feature that allows the host machine to detect when the VM has locked up or crashed:​


How many checkpoints can be created for a single VM?​


​Which of the following choices is not a valid resource pool type?

Virtual machine limit

What value can be used to determine what percentage of assigned processing power can be used by a VM?​

8 KB

Hyper-V considers one read I/O operation to be how much data​?

​Local Resources

Under what tab can resources from a virtual machine be redirected to the host computer?


If an administrator wants to extend an existing volume, what command should be used?


After a checkpoint has been created for a virtual machine, the checkpoint location for the VM can’t be changed.

​Virtual LANs

How can an administrator ​create subnets, or boradcast domains, on a single external or internal virtual switch?

Fixed size

​If a virtual machine will be running disk intensive applications, what type of virtual disks should be used?

​Guest services

What service offered by Integration Services enables the copying of files to a running VM "out of band", using the VMBus?​


Storage Quality of Service allows administrators to specify minimum and maximum performance values for virtual hard disks.


Where is the smart paging file located on a Windows Server by default?​


Generation 2 virtual machines support legacy adapters.


Which PowerShell cmdlet can be used to ​start a virtual machine?


Generation 1 virtual machines can only perform a network boot using IPv4.​

bare-metal virtualization

OS virtualization in which the hypervisor runs directly on the host computer’s hardware and controls and monitors guest OSs. Also called a "type 1 hypervisor."


A partial copy of a virtual machine made at a particular moment, used to restore the VM to its state when the checkpoint was taken.

differencing disk

A dynamically expanding virtual disk that uses a parent/child relationship, in which the parent disk is a dynamically expanding or fixed-size disk with an OS installed and possibly some applications and data.

dynamically expanding disk

A virtual hard disk in which the .vhd file is very small when created but can expand to the maximum size specified for the virtual disk.

Dynamic Memory

A Hyper-V feature that allows an administrator to set startup, minimum, and maximum memory allocation values for each VM.

emulated drivers

Legacy drivers installed on a VM that are used when Integration Services isn’t installed; also called "legacy drivers."

Enhanced Session mode

A Hyper-V feature that provides improved interaction and device redirection between the host computer and the guest OS.

external virtual switch

A virtual switch in which one of the host’s physical network adapters is bound to the virtual network switch, allowing virtual machines to access a LAN connected to the host.

fixed-size disk

A virtual hard disk in which the disk’s full size is allocated on the host system when it’s created.

hosted virtualization

OS virtualization in which the hypervisor is installed in a general-purpose host OS, such as Windows 8 or Linux, and the host OS accesses host hardware on behalf of the guest OS. Also called a "type 2 hypervisor."

Integration Services

A software package installed on a VM’s guest OS that includes enhanced drivers for the guest OS and improves performance and functionality for IDE and SCSI storage devices, network interfaces, and mouse and video devices.

internal virtual switch

A virtual switch that isn’t bound to any of the host’s physical NICs.

pass-through disk

A physical disk attached to the host system that’s placed offline so that it can be used by a VM instead of or in addition to a virtual disk.

private virtual switch

A virtual switch with no host connection to the virtual network, thereby allowing VMs to communicate with one another.

resource metering

A Hyper-V feature that allows vendors of large-scale virtualization to measure customer use of VM resources for billing purposes.

single-root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV)

An advanced Hyper-V feature that enhances the virtual network adapter’s performance by bypassing the virtual switch software on the parent partition.

smart paging

A Hyper-V feature that uses a file on the host computer for temporary memory storage when a sudden surge in memory requirements exceeds the physical amount of memory available.

synthetic driver

A driver installed on a VM with Integration Services that’s optimized for use in the Hyper-V environment.

synthetic network adapters

Network adapters that use synthetic drivers in Hyper-V and offer much better performance than legacy network adapters.

virtual disk

Files stored on the host computer that represent a virtual machine’s hard disk.

virtual instance

An installation of Windows Server 2012/R2 in a Hyper-V virtual machine.

virtual network

A network configuration created by virtualization software and used by virtual machines for network communication.

virtual processor

The virtual representation of a physical processor or processor core residing on the host that can be assigned to a virtual machine.

VLAN identification

A Hyper-V feature that allows creating subnets or broadcast domains on a single external or internal virtual network.

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