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1Y0-371 Practice Exam Questions with Answers Designing - Deploying and Managing Citrix XenMobile 10 Enterprise Solutions Certification

Question # 6

A Citrix Engineer, in the process of configuring XenMobile, launches the XenMobile Console for the first time and is presented with the wizard to continue the configuration.

Which two options could the engineer configure at this stage of the installation? (Choose two.)

A.

LDAP service account

B.

Database type

C.

Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificate upload

D.

XenMobile Cluster configuration

E.

Primary DNS server

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Question # 7

Which two configurations could be changed only by reinstalling the XenMobile Server using the command-line interface? (Choose two.)

A.

Default Gateway

B.

XenMobile hostname

C.

Primary DNS server

D.

IP address

E.

Upgrade option

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Question # 8

Scenario: A customer has attempted to integrate XenMobile with XenApp and XenDesktop. Users connect to the Worx Store and can see MDX applications but CANNOT see published applications or desktops.

A Citrix Engineer determines a possible cause of this issue is that either port __________ or __________ between the XenMobile Server and StoreFront is NOT open. (Choose the two correct options to complete the sentence.)

A.

80

B.

443

C.

8443

D.

1494

E.

2598

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Question # 9

Scenario: A Citrix Engineer is deploying a XenMobile Proof of Concept (POC) environment. The engineer imports the XenMobile Management Server onto the hypervisor and performs the initial configuration using the console. The engineer also enables FIPS mode during the initial configuration.

Which URL should the engineer use to continue the configuration in the XenMobile Console if the engineer assigns an IP address of format x.x.x.y to the XenMobile Server?

A.

https://x.x.x.y:443

B.

https://x.x.x.y:8443

C.

https://x.x.x.y:4443

D.

https://x.x.x.y:9443

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Question # 10

Which three permissions may a Citrix Engineer control with a Role-based Access Control (RBAC) policy? (Choose three.)

A.

Shared devices

B.

ActiveSync account information

C.

WorxStore access

D.

Selective wipe

E.

Notifications

F.

Camera access

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Question # 11

A Citrix Engineer is configuring access to an existing XenDesktop environment.

Which three settings should the engineer configure in the XenApp/XenDesktop section of the XenMobile Server? (Choose three.)

A.

The legacy PNAgent site path

B.

The IP address of the XenDesktop Delivery Controller

C.

The XenDesktop site name

D.

The path to Receiver for Web site

E.

The FQDN of the StoreFront Server

F.

The port used to connect to StoreFront

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Question # 12

Scenario: A Citrix Engineer needs to configure WorxMail MDX policies based on the information below.

Environment Information

- On-premise Exchange Server: mail.company.local

- XenMobile Server FQDN: xms.company.com

- NetScaler Gateway FQDN: nsg.company.com

How could the engineer configure WorxMail MDX policies to conserve battery life and minimize re-authentication?

A.

Background Network Services: xms.company.com:443

Background Network Services Gateway: nsg.company.com:443

Network Access Mode: Tunneled to the Internal Network

B.

Background Network Services: mail.company.local:443

Background Network Services Gateway: nsg.company.com:443

Network Access Mode: Tunneled to the Internal Network

C.

Background Network Services: mail.company.local:443

Background Network Services Gateway: nsg.company.com:443

Network Access Mode: Unrestricted

D.

Background Network Services: xms.company.com:443

Background Network Services Gateway: nsg.company.com:443

Network Access Mode: Unrestricted

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Question # 13

A Citrix Engineer needs to allow any iOS device to run a published MDX application.

Which type of provisioning file should the engineer use to wrap the application?

A.

App Store (Developer Account)

B.

Ad-Hoc (Developer Account)

C.

iOS App Development

D.

In-House Profile (Enterprise Account)

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Question # 14

Scenario: A Citrix Engineer wants to configure a NetScaler Gateway with two-factor authentication within a new XenMobile deployment while providing users with the benefits of single sign-on to the existing XenApp and XenDesktop resources. The engineer configured a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for other components in the environment already and would like to use the same PKI.

Which two types of authentication policies will the engineer need to add to the NetScaler Gateway virtual server? (Choose two.)

A.

LDAP

B.

Certificate

C.

Radius

D.

TACACS

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Question # 15

A Citrix Engineer could configure User Provisioning to ShareFile for use with XenMobile by configuring the __________ or the __________. (Choose the two correct options to complete the sentence.)

A.

SSO section in the ShareFile website

B.

ShareFile section in the XenMobile Console

C.

ShareFile User Management Tool

D.

location of the ShareFile public app store link

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Question # 16

A Citrix Engineer integrated a XenMobile Server with StoreFront and now users are unable to enumerate any of their XenApp applications.

Which step must the engineer take to resolve this issue?

A.

Re-enter the correct relative path from the StoreFront services site on the XenMobile Server.

B.

Wrap Receiver with the MDX Toolkit and push the client to the device.

C.

Terminate activeICA sessions on the NetScaler.

D.

Add the XenMobile Server to the list of Delivery Controllers on the StoreFront Server.

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Question # 17

Scenario: After being online for a few weeks, users can no longer access the Worx Store. After investigation, a Citrix Engineer believes there is a problem with authentication at the NetScaler Gateway.

Which command could the engineer run on the NetScaler to validate if LDAP authentication is failing?

A.

show authentication ldapAction

B.

nsconmsg -d current -g pol_hits

C.

cat aaad.debug

D.

cat nskrb.debug

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