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C. 2
D. 1
Answer: B
Question: 117
Which three statements about ftcli are true? (Choose three.)
A. Theftcli commands can be used to debug and trace the AAM agents for events that
the Management Console does not identify.
B. Theftcli commands can be launched from the $FT_DIR/etc directory on UNIX, and
the %FT_DIR%\etc directory on Windows.
C. Theftcli commands can be used to back up and restore AAM domains. D. Theftcli
commands can be used to import resource objects.
E. Theftcli commands can be used to configure isolation detection and to create the
isolation script.
Answer: A,C,D
Question: 118
What should you do to cause the Resource Group to wait between objects in the startup
A. increase the wait before startup value on the subsequent object
B. increase the wait value on the preceding object
C. insert a delay into the startup sequence
D. insert an event in the startup sequence
Answer: C
Question: 119
What can you determine using the FT_NODE_PING_TIMEOUT environment variable
when configuring a managed IP address?
A. increases in the number of IP addresses tested
B. decreases in the number of IP addresses tested
C. the maximum time that AAM uses to identify failure
D. the amount of time that AAM waits to assign the IP address
Answer: C
Question: 120
When considering the use of a dedicated Mirroring Network, which two statements are
true? (Choose two.)
A. You must assign a static IP address for the dedicated link that is on a separate subnet
from any domain network or public network.
B. The Network Interface Card (NIC) used for mirroring must appear before the NICs
used for the public network.
C. You must ensure that TCP/IP is the only network protocol on that link and all other
protocols are disabled.
D. The NetBEUI protocol must be enabled for the mirroring network. E. You must set
the duplex mode for the adapter toAutoSelect.
Answer: A,C
Question: 121
You are installing the AAM agent and console on a Solaris node. Which two
environment variables should be set? (Choose two.)
Answer: A,B
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A. to ensure that AAM is capable of settingfilesystem permissions correctly on all
applicable nodes
B. to ensure that data sources can be mounted and accessed without error on all
applicable nodes
C. to ensure thatfilesystem owner usernames or accounts and groups exist on all
applicable nodes
D. to ensure that shared storage devices are properly shared to all applicable nodes
E. to ensure thatfilesystem mount points exist on all applicable nodes
Answer: B,D,E
Question: 123
By default, AAM port values are 8042 to 8045. Which command should you use to
verify if these ports are available?
A. nslookup Ėa
B. nbtstat -a
C. netstat -a
D. portstat -a
Answer: C
Question: 124
Which two statements are true? (Choose two.)
A. The Management Console can only run on a node on which the agent is running.
B. The Management Console can connect to any AAM domain installed on the network,
provided that the user has access rights to the AAM domain.
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D. The Management Console can be run by any user granted User access rights if the
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E. For convenience, AAM domains share their security information with each other
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Which statement explains the importance of proper name resolution as it relates to AAM
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A. Name resolution must return all of a domain's domain line, managed IP, node alias
and test IP addresses when AAM executes thegethostbyname function against a domain
B. Name resolution must return all of a node's domain line IP addresses when AAM
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C. Name resolution must return all of a node's domain line, managed IP, node alias, and
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D. Name resolution must return all of a domain's domain line IP addresses when AAM
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Which three statements are true about node demotion? (Choose three.)
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"We purchased the array through Dell for their support of EMC products," said Mark Craft, systems administrator at Dewberry and Davis. "So far, we haven't had any complaints."

>> Reseller and licensing pact for Clariion arrays has solution providers hard-pressed to hold off direct computer giant's aggressive storage push

But such a deal represents a big source of complaints among EMC solution providers. Many say the Hopkinton, Mass., storage vendor's Clariion reseller pact with Dell,now a year old,is squeezing their business because the direct computer seller wields a pricing advantage. Some EMC channel partners, in fact, say that Dell hardware in the data center almost ensures a lost sales opportunity for them, and others are concerned that Dell, Round Rock, Texas, could gobble up other segments of the EMC channel.

Their dismay comes with good reason, since Dell has become EMC's biggest storage reseller. EMC CEO Joe Tucci said at a exact conference that one-third of the vendor's Clariion revenue comes via Dell, with solution provider and direct sales also each accounting for one-third of the product line's revenue. The Dell business, however, is the fastest growing segment of the three, Tucci said.

The Dell-EMC alliance particularly has become a thorn in the side of storage solution providers in the enterprise Windows space. For example, Pat Edwards, vice president of sales at Alliance Technology Group, a Hanover, Md.-based solution provider, bristles when people call Dell a reseller of EMC products.

"We're not in the same category with Dell," Edwards said. "EMC gets away with [selling around solution providers by saying that they don't sell direct. They sell to a direct manufacturer like Dell and wash their hands of it."


Pat Edwards, vice president of sales at Alliance Technology Group, says it's tough to sell EMC storage to clients with Dell servers.

For storage-only solution providers, selling to a customer that has Dell servers in place is tough, Edwards noted. "If I want to compete there, I have to sell Hewlett-Packard, IBM or Sun servers. But I don't lead with servers," he said. "I will provide servers as a bundle with storage if customers need it. But it's not our business."

If a solution provider enters a customer site and sees Dell products on the floor, it's assumed that the customer shops only for the best price, Edwards added. "Our salesperson will ask if the customer is talking to other vendors. If they say no, we know they're lying," he said.

The Dell relationship is one of the few black marks on EMC's otherwise channel-friendly record, the storage vendor's partners say. Yet Gregg Ambulos, vice president of global channels at EMC, said there's no reason for solution providers to compete with Dell head-to-head on Clariion arrays.

Most of EMC's Dell business should come from the low-cost Windows NT market with EMC's new CX200 entry-level array, while solution providers can serve customers with the midrange CX400 and enterprise-class CX600 arrays, Ambulos said. What's more, solution providers' ability to offer customers complete solutions separates them from low-cost providers like Dell, he said.

"If a solution provider wants to compete head-on with Dell on hardware price, nine times out of 10 Dell will win," Ambulos said. "But if they target solutions, nine of 10 times the VAR will win."

While Dell receives better pricing from EMC than solution providers do, the arrangement is no different than the volume pricing EMC offers its largest partners, Ambulos said, adding that he can't recall a single solution provider that has left EMC because of its Dell relationship.

"If this was having a dramatic impact on the market, we would have a lot of partners question the relationship," he said. "Dell is a key partner of ours, but so are other channel partners."


'If a solution provider wants to compete head-on with Dell on hardware price, nine times out of 10 Dell will win. But if they target solutions, nine of 10 times the VAR will win.' -- Gregg Ambulos, EMC

J. Edward McCann, regional manager at Continental Resources, a Bedford, Mass.-based solution provider, said his company isn't very worried about competition from Dell right now. "Dell has done a real good job with its pricing. Once a customer has Dell servers, storage sales are tough. But if we are talking about a large solution, we can beat Dell," he said.

However, as Dell grows the market share for its EMC arrays in the Windows space, there's nothing to prevent it from entering the Unix space, said McCann, whose company is a Sun Microsystems partner.

"If Dell comes in from the NT side to my Unix side and offers service contracts that cost a third of mine, it will hurt the channel. If there is a large enough price delta, common sense says it will hurt us," he said.

And that scenario stands as a real possibility, if things go according to Dell's plans. When EMC introduced its CX600 array in August, Dell said it would use the array to enter the heterogeneous Unix/NT enterprise space and target Unix-only shops for the first time with its commodity-based pricing model.

But since then, Dell has relied on services and its ability to target key markets to ensure that it doesn't compete on price alone, said Terry Klein, vice president of the Advanced Systems Group for Dell Americas. Dell, which sells the Clariion arrays under the Dell-EMC name, is rarely the low-cost leader, Klein said. About 80 percent of the installation and product-readiness services related to Dell servers and Dell-EMC arrays are done by Dell staff, with help from EMC personnel when needed, he said.


EMC expects most of its Dell business to come from its new Clariion CX200 entry-level array (l.), with solution providers serving customers using the midrange CX400 (center) and enterprise-class CX600 (r.) arrays.

"Because we mandate these services, we find that [with the genuine end-user sales price for the entire bundled configuration, we are rarely the low-cost Clariion provider to an end user," Klein said.

"We may have really aggressive hardware rates, but we find that very few other [EMC channel partners are mandating three years [of warranty or their own installation and/or minimal set of product readiness," he said. "Most of them have one year of service-type of warranty agreements. It's something that we battle with our sales organization about because that's not a typical Dell proposition. We're used to being low-cost, and we end up having to sell more on the value of understanding how this space works."

Because of such services, Dell ends up with a higher price than its competitors,including solution providers,in about eight out of 10 cases, according to Klein. However, about 95 percent of storage sales have gone into Dell server environments, he added.

"There are very few cases where we're going to sell the EMC product where we don't already have the servers," Klein said. "[These customers value our knowledge of Windows. They value our knowledge of the Linux environment. And they value us doing complete sets of server-storage consolidation. If we don't have that element with the customer, it doesn't matter if we're the low-cost provider or the high-cost provider. They won't buy it from us."

The frequency with which Dell competes against solution providers depends on the customer type, according to Klein. For instance, in the Fortune 2000 space, it's rare for Dell to go up against EMC channel partners, but in the government space,where Dell's server market share tops 50 percent,competition depends on which integrator owns a particular government contract, he said.

Similarly, while Dell pretty much owns the state and local government market and the education space either directly or via its relationship with EDS, it has trouble against EMC partners in the health-care arena, Klein said.

Indeed, if EMC solution providers leverage the Dell-EMC relationship, it can mean more business for them, said Bill Taylor, director of EMC's global channel development group.

"I can ensure you that a lot of our partners are doing well with the Clariion business because of all the Dell hype," Taylor said. "It's a brand-name recognition game."

Some solution providers say they're finding that Dell's sales of Clariion arrays can even benefit their business. "We can get some services from Dell because of customer needs," said Chris Swahn, national president of sales at Amherst Corporate Computer Sales and Solutions, Merrimack, N.H. "Our technology, integration and delivery capabilities offer value to our customers. We do a lot of imaging, ghosting and loads on Dell servers."

For Amherst, the Dell-EMC alliance is a minimal factor in the midrange and enterprise spaces, but that could change, said Swahn. "Even in the midrange shops that have Dell relationships, we're not seeing a lot of action with Dell storage. Of course, maybe the other shoe will fall, and [Dell will come in later," he said.

A former EMC partner, Amherst is mulling the possibility of reuniting with the vendor now that its channel-unfriendly past is fading away, according to Swahn.

"EMC wants to get into the SMB market. [Now they're looking at how to do it," he said. "They already have the best technology. So we're evaluating them again, based not on technology but on their channel capabilities."

Alliance Technology Group also had previously dropped EMC's Clariion line, but the solution provider recently decided to restart its Clariion relationship with the vendor, Edwards said.

And those solution providers likely will see more competition. Looking ahead, Dell and EMC executives expect their relationship to expand.

In late October, the vendors announced that EMC had licensed Dell to manufacture the entry-level CX200, slated to ship early this month. EMC's Tucci also said he isn't ruling out the possibility that Dell could eventually make Clariion storage arrays for the rest of EMC's channel,a move that some industry observers say would put EMC partners in the difficult position of purchasing EMC products from its strongest competitor.

"We are not closing any doors," Tucci said. "We continually [review it, like any relationship. In any relationship, you plant the seeds, grow and learn from each other. Right now, far and away, the volume seller by Dell will be the CX200. And they are manufacturing it to control their own destiny."

The fact that future EMC arrays could be manufactured in conjunction with Dell doesn't concern Kevin Reith, manager of strategic technology at Info Systems, a Wilmington, Del.-based solution provider.

"Who makes it is not important," Reith said. "I believe in the virtual organization: Do what you do best, and let others do the rest. So it doesn't bother me. What's more important is how they support and market the products."

STEVEN BURKE contributed to this story.

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12 New Dell EMC Rebates, Programs And Partner Strategies Just Unveiled

The New Dell EMC Partner Program

Dell EMC is doubling down on its one-year-old unified Partner Program with new services rebates, storage incentives and revamping its MDF strategy as its fiscal year 2019 gets underway.

"We are in excellent shape as we begin 2018. Together, we'll continue to be unstoppable," said Joyce Mullen (pictured), Dell EMC's new channel leader during the company's quarterly Partner Broadcast on Wednesday. "We're a $43 billion channel business in a $3 trillion industry … We know exactly what it takes to get to $50 billion."

Mullen, as well as several other Dell EMC executives, unveiled a slew of new channel incentives today that partners can take advantage of. CRN breaks down the 12 biggest incentives and announcements revealed during the broadcast.

New $20,000, $40,000 And $60,000 Rebates

Scott Millard, vice president of global channels specialty sales at Dell EMC, said he is "fired up" to announce new partner sales reps and sales engineers (SE) incentives in the Partner Program.

Partner sales reps and SE's can now can earn 3-percent of the deal size, up to $30,000 each, for any competitive swap or net new account, with a total potential payout of $60,000 per deal.

Additionally, a partner sales rep and SE can earn 2-percent of deal size, up to $20,000, for cross-selling any storage deal with data protection, with a total payout of up to $40,000 per deal. Sales reps and SE's can also earn 1-percent of the deal size, up to $10,000 each, for "selling modern architectures," said Millard, with a total payout of up to $20,000 per deal. A sales rep and SE can also each earn $250 for completing a proposal in Dell EMC's Quick Proposal tool with a valid deal registration.

New Storage Services Rebates

For storage deals, partners can now earn 3.5-percent on attached deployment, consulting, and education services starting at $1. "We've removed the services gates, so you will be paid on every single eligible dollar and earn you money faster," said Kimberly DeLeon, vice president of Global Channel Programs at Dell EMC.

New Services Rebates

For client, servers and networking, partners can now earn up to 1-percent when Dell EMC ProSupport is attached or 1.5 percent for attaching ProSupport Plus. The rebates are based on the total revenue of the deal. Also, partners will earn 3.5 percent of all other services that are included.

"You earn services rebates now starting from dollar-one," said Erica Lambert, vice president of Global Channel and Alliances Services Sales at Dell EMC. "We are dedicated to making services more profitable and predictable for you."

8 New Solution Competencies

Dell EMC will roll out a total of eight Solution Competencies throughout 2018. On Wednesday, the company launched a software-defined infrastructure, hybrid cloud, and connect workforce competencies which are now available.

"For these solution competencies, much of the content is foundational, and will count towards multiple other competencies, optimizing your time and investment," said Mullen.

MDF Revamp

In 2018 Dell's MDF philosophy is to deliver competitive rates while taking cost and friction out of the MDF management process, according to Cheryl Cook, senior vice president of Global Channel Marketing for Dell EMC. The company made changes to further simplify the program such as providing the ability to track future activity or planning requests and decreasing MDF administration. Dell EMC also removed front-end documentation and proof of execution requirements and granted the ability to upload multiple activities at once.

"We're significantly looking to decrease the overall administration burden that you've experience with MDF," said Cook.

$4.5 Billion In R&D

Millard said Dell EMC would spend $4.5 billion in research and development in its current fiscal year 2019.

"That's more than Pure, Veeam, Nutanix, Rubrik and Cohesity's total annual revenue combined. We spend more on R&D than those five competitors combined revenue," said Millard.

CP&D Rebate Increase

Dell EMC's client peripherals and displays rebates are increasing in FY19. Kimberly DeLeon (pictured), vice president of global channel programs at Dell EMC, said the base rebate is very competitive and the growth rebates are doubling from last year in some regions.

"You will also be rewarded for growing your CP&D business with additional growth incentives," said DeLeon. "We want you focused on driving growth, winning new business and attaching services."

NBI Storage Revamp

As part of Dell EMC's new Business Incentive Program (NBI), the company is now making data protection sales independent from storage when calculating NBI incentives. "This means that winning a data protection deal with an existing storage customer is now eligible for lucrative NBI incentives," said DeLeon.

New Tech Connect Partner Track

Dell EMC is launching a new partner track dubbed Tech Connect. "Tech Connect provides partners with a programmatic way to engage with Dell EMC and develop a mutually beneficial business relationship," said DeLeon.

Training Requirement Deadline Extended

The training requirement deadline has been moved to now aligned with Dell EMC's revenue deadline of Feb. 1, 2019. Partners must achieve one competency for Gold status, two for Platinum, and three for Titanium.

'No Major Overhauls' Expected

Mullens made it clear that, although the company would be refining the Dell EMC Partner Program throughout 2018, there will not be any significant changes to its structure or foundation. "We believe strongly in the Dell EMC Partner Program that was launched last year and we have no plans to make any major overhauls," she said.

Michael Dell Speaks

Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell made a brief appearance during the broadcast to thank partners for an "awesome" 2017.

"We worked hard to build a world-class solutions portfolio and Partner Program, and yet we've just begun to scratch the surface. Today, the Dell Technologies channel is a $43 billion business in a $3 trillion market. We are fully committed to winning and growing and becoming No. 1 in the channel in the industry," said Dell. "As we embark on a new year, there is no limit on what we can achieve together. So let's get started."

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Admin Account & Password for Restore Option in Dell

Dell's System Restore option is part of the operating system, allowing you to back up your data, return the computer to factory condition and then restore all of your information with an integrated process. Certain operating systems and restore applications require an administrator password, to protect you from the kind of unauthorized access that can destroy all of your data.

Windows XP Computers

  1. The Windows XP restore process does not require an administrator password for initialization on a Dell computer. Users can access the restore option by pressing the correct combination of keys during system start-up. When the splash screen appears, press and hold the "Ctrl" key and "F11" simultaneously. Release both keys together and wait for the restore panel to appear. You must confirm the action because it erases the data on your drive, but no security password is required.

Windows Vista Computers

  1. Dell included more security features within the restore function on the Vista computers. You must enter your computer's administrator password when you start the backup function, and again when you launch the system restore. Any account with administrator privileges on the computer is acceptable to access and start this process.

DataSafe Local Backup 2.0

  1. Dell integrated an additional application in some operating system releases following Windows Vista. The Dell Local Backup 2.0 application prompts for an administrator account when you first launch the restore function. You can log in as any user with administrator privileges on the computer; it does not require the top-level "Administrator" account.


  1. By default, Dell de-activates the administrative password on new computers. You can and should enable the password feature for security purposes. You can help restrict access to your personal information when you secure your data with an administrator account. The user account section of the Control Panel allows you to customize the accounts, setting a password for the administrator account within that panel. If you lose your administrator password and are unable to restore it, you can contact Dell's support team for assistance.

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