Scenario: Target devices are failing to boot properly. A Citrix Administrator tries to restart some of the target devices, but the target devices are stalling at the connecting vDisk stage. The administrator also tries to restart the Provisioning Services servers one at the time, but the issue continues. The administrator notices that the Provisioning Services Streaming Services are starting successfully. What should the administrator verify next?
A. The database is reachable.
B. The DHCP server is reachable.
C. The write-cache location is reachable.
D. The vDisk store locations are reachable.
A Citrix Administrator needs to investigate issues related to Citrix Profile Management, which is configured on users’ virtual desktops. Where should the administrator enable and access logging in order to investigate these issues?
A. The Citrix Policy and view the log files on the virtual desktop
B. The Citrix Policy and view events in the System Event Log on the virtual desktop
C. The Citrix Profile Management definition in Citrix Studio and create a new definition
D. The Citrix Profile Management .INI file and view events in the System Event Log on the virtual desktop
Based on the information shown in the attached exhibit, does the XenServer host have sufficient CPU resources available?
Click the Exhibit button to view a screenshot of the Performance Graphs for the XenServer host.
A. The CPU resources are sufficient, and NO upgrade is required.
B. The CPU resources are sufficient, but some virtual machines have occasional peaks.
C. The CPU resources are insufficient; upgrading or running fewer virtual machines is recommended.
D. The CPU resources are sufficient for now, but running additional virtual machines is NOT recommended.