Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure

These questions are based on 70-649 – TS.


Objective: Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure
Sub-Objective: Migrate sites and Web applications


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are the systems administrator of DreamSuites Corporation. The company’s network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The network contains an Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 server, named IISSrv, which runs Windows Server 2008. IISSrv hosts an application named Graphics within the DreamSuites Web site, which uses a virtual directory named \IISSrvGFXLogos.


You discover that the performance of IISSrv has degraded due to low disk space. You install a new file server on the network, named File1, and move the contents of the virtual directory to the \File1DreamSuitesGFXData folder.


What should you do to ensure that users are able to access the content of the \File1DreamSuitesGFXData folder?



  1. Run the Appcmd set vdir /vdir.name:”DreamSuites/Graphics/Logos” /physicalPath:\File1DreamSuitesGFXData command.
  2. Run the Appcmd set vdir /vdir.name:”DreamSuites/Graphics/Logos” /path:\File1DreamSuitesGFXData command.
  3. Run the Appcmd set vdir /vdir.name:”Logos” /physicalPath:\File1DreamSuitesGFXData command.
  4. Run the Appcmd set vdir /vdir.name:”Logos” /path:\File1DreamSuitesGFXData command.

Answer:



  1. Run the Appcmd set vdir /vdir.name:”DreamSuites/Graphics/Logos” /physicalPath:\File1DreamSuitesGFXData command.

Tutorial:
You should run the Appcmd set vdir /vdir.name:”DreamSuites/Graphics/Logos” /physicalPath:\File1DreamSuitesGFXData command. A virtual directory is a directory name that corresponds to a physical directory on the Web server. The names of virtual directories are used in URL addresses. A virtual directory allows you to include directory content in a Web site or Web application without needing to move the…


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