Operation options for backup enable you to specify related actions that occur during or after the backup and the level of information that is recorded in the database. An example of a global option in this category is:

A.    Append to media.
B.    Calculate and store CRC value on backup media.
C.    Traverse Directory Junctions and Volume Mount Points.
D.    Save Current Session/Encryption Password to the CA ARCserve Backup database.

Answer: B

Which restore method do you use when you do not know which media contains the data you need, but you know the machine from which the backup originated?

A.    Search button
B.    Restore by Tree
C.    Restore by Root
D.    Restore by Session

Answer: B

What is the function of the Alert notification system?

A.    To send messages about any changes to the topology of a SharePoint farm
B.    To send messages about events that appear in the Activity Log during your backup operation
C.    To send messages about new job scripts and templates that are saved to the Catalog database
D.    To send messages about any changes to database definitions, including adding or removing a table, or changing the definition of a table

Answer: B

When you use CA ARCserve Backup and the Agent for Microsoft SQL Server to back up and restore clustered Microsoft SQL Servers, where must you install the Agent for Microsoft SQL Server?

A.    On the SQL Server databases
B.    On the CA ARCserve Backup Server
C.    On the main SQL Server cluster node
D.    On the local drives of every node in the cluster

Answer: D

Which statement about Restore by Image is TRUE?

A.    It is included in all CA ARCserve Backup r16 modules.
B.    The Restore by Image sessions can be restored to network drives.
C.    During a Restore by Image session, files can be open but they are still overwritten.
D.    Selecting multiple sources is only permitted when using the Restore to Original Location option.

Answer: D

In the CA ARCserve Backup Dashboard window, which task can you perform using the Global Options toolbar?

A.    Create a new Dashboard Group.
B.    View the Activity Log, Tape Log, or Job Log.
C.    Change the assigned priority classifications, known as node tiers, of your CA ARCserve Backup nodes.
D.    Initiate an immediate storage resource management (SRM) probe or configure the SRM probe settings to perform a probe at a scheduled time.

Answer: D

To enable enhanced User Profile Manager, role management, and Windows account support, on the primary server, you need to install the CA ARCserve Backup:

A.    Standard module.
B.    Advanced module.
C.    Enterprise module.
D.    Enterprise Plus module.

Answer: C

If your SQL Server database activity is high for a large database using the simple recovery model, what is the recommended backup strategy?

A.    Full backups once a week and differential backups twice a day
B.    Full backups once a week, differential backups once a day, and transaction log backups every 20 minutes
C.    Full backups twice per week, differential backups twice a day, and transaction log backups every 60 minutes
D.    Full backups once a week, differential backups once a day, and transaction log backups every two to four hours

Answer: A

Which statement about restoring data to Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs) is TRUE?

A.    After the restore completes, you need to restart the VM manually.
B.    To prevent an overwrite of a VM, the original VM is saved with a .TMP extension.
C.    When searching for VMs to recover, 100-# returns the names of all VMs that start with 100-.
D.    When you specify more than one VM to restore, CA ARCserve Backup processes the restore operations sequentially.

Answer: D

Which Global Options for restore jobs enable you to run a command on your system before a job is executed?

A.    Destination options
B.    Operation options
C.    Pre/Post options
D.    Alert options

Answer: C

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