Scenario: Nether Tech Inc. is planning to implement Provisioning Services for deployment of images to their XenApp servers and XenDesktop workstations. The architect has created the design for the Provisioning Services environment, making the following design decisions for the Provisioning Services environment:
One Provisioning Services farm will be created: PVSFARM.
Two Provisioning Services servers will be installed and configured for High Availability: PVS01 and PVS02.
One site will be created: Nether Tech Inc.
Two Device Collections will be configured:
XenApp and XenDesktop. A central store will be defined and located on the SAN; all vDisks will be added to this store.
The local hard drive of the XenApp servers will be used to store the write cache. TCP Large Send Offload will be enabled on the NICs. A specified user account will be used as Provisioning Services service account.
Each Provisioning Services server will have four NICs; two teamed and connected with the “General use subnet” (per the design document) and the other two NICs, disabled. An Active Directory group policy object (GPO) will be configured and linked to the XenApp and XenDesktop organizational units to disable Active Directory Machine Account Password Management. Online and offline applications will be used to minimize changes to the vDisk. Offline applications will be pre-deployed to desktops and XenApp servers for faster access to the applications by users. According to the design decisions from the architect, which decision does NOT follow best practices?
A. One site will be created.
B. TCP Large Send Offload will be enabled on the NICs.
C. The local hard drive of theXenApp servers is used to store the write cache.
D. Online and offline applications will be used to minimize changes to thevDisk.
E. Offline applications will be pre-deployed to desktops andXenApp servers for faster access to the
application by users.