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Administration of Symantec Data Loss Prevention 12: 250-513 Exam
250-513 Questions & Answers
Exam Code: 250-513
Exam Name: Administration of Symantec Data Loss Prevention 12
Q & A: 310 Q&As

Which structures are parts of the Cross-platform Data Sharing (CDS) format?
A. An Operating System-reserved area
B. A directory area
C. A private region
D. A public region
E. A Bad Block Relocation Area
Answer: ACD

While replacing a disk containing a plex’s subdisk, you discover that the contents of the plex are
out-of-date with respect to the volume.
What will be the state of the plex?
Answer: B

Which two components can perform a scan of a workstation? (Select two.)
A. Endpoint Server
B. DLP Agent
C. Network Prevent
D. Enforce Server
E. Discover Server
Answer: BE

Which interface provides single sign-on access for the purpose of administering Data Loss
Prevention servers, managing policies, and remediating incidents?
A. Symantec Information Manager
B. Symantec Protection Center
C. Symantec Data Insight
D. Symantec Messaging Gateway
Answer: B

You want to shrink the volume named payvol to 20 MB and resize the VxFS file system
automatically. The volume is in the disk group named hrdg. The volume must be resized on the defined disk group.
What should you do?
A. Use vxassist to shrink the volume first, and then shrink the file system.
B. Use vxassist to shrink the file system first, and then shrink the volume.
C. Use vxresize to shrink the file system first, and then shrink the volume.
D. Use vxresize to resize the volume containing the filesystem.
Answer: D

Identify the sequence in which VxVM performs a relayout on a “target” volume.
1. An extent of the target volume is restructured.
2. Data stored in an extent of the target volume is moved to the
scratchpad volume.
3. A temporary subdisk is allocated to stage data in the volume
undergoing relayout.
4. Data stored in the scratchpad volume is moved to an extent of the
target volume.
A. 4,3,1,2
B. 3,2,1,4
C. 1,2,3,4
D. 2,4,1,3
Answer: B

Which two operating systems are supported for Symantec Data Loss Prevention 12 servers?
(Select two.)
A. Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition 64-bit
B. Red Hat Linux 5 Enterprise 64-bit
C. Windows 2008 Server 32-bit
D. Red Hat Linux 6 Enterprise 64-bit
E. Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition 64-bit
Answer: BE

You administer storage for an application “myapp” on server QA1, with a file system dedicated to
code and configuration data for that myapp. Part of the testing discipline is to return myapp’s file
system to a known initial state prior to each test activity, and to run a series of tests beginning
with the same initial state. The traditional approach to preparing for each test involves restoring
the file system from a backup image prior to each test, which imposes an hour’s delay between
the end of one test run and the beginning of the next.
A typical testing session lasts only two to three hours, the hour of restore delay between tests
reduces the availability of the server for testing by about 30%.
What kind of Storage Foundation mechanism would work best to reduce the delay required
between tests?
A. Third-mirror breakoff snapshots are the best fit.
B. Space-optimized instant snapshots are the best fit.
C. File system snapshots are the best fit.
D. Storage checkpoints are the best fit.
Answer: D

Which is the correct installation sequence?
A. Enforce > Oracle > detection server > Solution pack
B. Oracle > Enforce > Solution pack > detection server
C. Oracle > Enforce > detection server > Solution pack
D. Enforce > Oracle > Solution pack > detection server
Answer: B

What is the correct ratio between sub volumes and a volume that will be used as a disk drive?
A. 1:2
B. 2:1
C. 1:0
D. 1:1
E. 0:1
Answer: D

You are auditing a current storage environment that is not utilizing storage tiering. The
information gained from the audit is to be used in a new storage tiering design that will have 4
tiers (Tiers 1-4). You need to determine the location for archive data which needs to be
accessible but is not used heavily.
Where should you store this data?
A. Tier 1: High-end storage arrays with fast, reliable network connections.
B. Tier 2: High-end arrays, but performance is not a priority.
C. Tier 3: Mid-range to low-end storage arrays with fast, reliable network connections.
D. Tier 4: low-cost media, such as tape, with little consideration given to performance.
Answer: C

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