2V0-61.19 Exam Sample Questions Answers

The Professional Workspace ONE Exam (2V0-61.19) which leads to VMware Certified Professional – Digital Workspace 2019 certification is a 65-item exam , with a passing score of 300 using a scaled method. Candidates are given an appointment time of 105 minutes, which includes five-minutes eating time and adequate time to complete the exam for non-native English speakers. Actual exam time is 100 minutes.

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2V0-61.19 Exam Questions:

Questions No 1:

Which are the key functionalities of Workspace ONE Intelligence? (Choose three.)

A. Content Insights
B. App Analytics
C. Mobile Analytics
D. Powerful Automation
E. Email Automation
F. Integrated Insights

Answer: B D F

Question No 2:

Which three configuration changes must be made to use an enterprise Certificate Authority (CA) for Mobile SSO with iOS devices? (Choose three.)

A. Integrate 3rd party Certificate Authority (CA) with Workspace ONE UEM console
B. Configure Mobile SSO adapters in Workspace ONE to trust enterprise CA
C. Modify Mobile SSO profiles to use enterprise CA
D. Configure mobile application records in Workspace ONE to trust enterprise CA
E. Modify Workspace ONE authentication policies to use enterprise CA
F. Configure VMware Tunnel network traffic rules to allow access to enterprise CA

Answer: A B F

Question No 3:

Which two telecom data settings can be enabled and collected by an administrator? (Choose two.)

A. Websites visited while using cellular data
B. The cellular data use in terms of total bytes sent and received
C. The total voice minutes used for all cellular calls
D. The telephone numbers dialed and received
E. The SMS message content sent and received

Answer: B C

AZ-103 Exam Sample Questions Answers

Starting on May 1, 2019, you only need to pass Exam AZ-103 to earn this certification. This new exam combines the skills covered in AZ-100 and AZ-101 (which retired on May 1, 2019), with the majority of the new exam coming from AZ-100.

Candidates for this exam are Azure Administrators who manage cloud services that span storage, security, networking, and compute cloud capabilities. Candidates have a deep understanding of each service across the full IT lifecycle, and take requests for infrastructure services, applications, and environments. They make recommendations on services to use for optimal performance and scale, as well as provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources as appropriate.

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Question No 1:

Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some question sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution.

After you answer a question in this section, you will NOT be able to return to it. As a result, these questions will not appear in the review screen.

You manage a virtual network named VNet1 that is hosted in the West US Azure region. VNet1 hosts two virtual machines named VM1 and VM2 that run Windows Server.
You need to inspect all the network traffic from VM1 to VM2 for a period of three hours. Solution: From Azure Monitor, you create a metric on Network In and Network Out. Does this meet the goal?

A. Yes
B. No

Answer: B

Question No 2:

You have an Azure Logic App named App1. App1 provides a response when an HTTP POST request or an HTTP GET request is received.

During peak periods, App1 is expected to receive up to 200,000 requests in a five-minute period. You need to ensure that App1 can handle the expected load. What should you configure?

A. Access control (IAM)
B. API connections
C. Workflow settings
D. Access keys

Answer: C

Question No 3:

You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named Tenant1 and an Azure subscription named You enable Azure AD Privileged Identity Management.

You need to secure the members of the Lab Creator role. The solution must ensure that the lab creators request access when they create labs. What should you do first?

A. From Azure AD Privileged Identity Management, edit the role settings for Lab Creator.
B. From Subscription1 edit the members of the Lab Creator role.
C. From Azure AD Identity Protection, creates a user risk policy.
D. From Azure AD Privileged Identity Management, discover the Azure resources of Conscription.

Answer: A

Apple is including new security includes in iOS 13 that will hurt Facebook


Informing applications that offer VoIP calling (Voice over Internet Protocol) ordinarily use a ‘consistently on’ conduct so as to answer calls all the more rapidly by ceaselessly running out of sight, however Apple needs that to stop.

As revealed by The Information, Apple is actualizing an adjustment in iOS 13 – the up and coming rendition of its portable working framework for iPhones – that will confine foundation access of the calling usefulness from all informing applications, including Facebook’s Messenger and WhatsApp.

Why the change?

There are numerous purposes behind the change, yet the primary two identify with gadget execution and client security.

Bracing down on the applications that can keep running on a gadget out of sight should help improve its battery life by lessening preparing request, which ought to likewise bump up its general execution.

The other, and additionally squeezing issue, is identified with what else these applications can do while they’re still quietly pursuing the client supposes they have been shut.

Previously, concerns have been raised about the potential for organizations to utilize their applications to gather information when running out of sight, and some were blameworthy of doing precisely that.

In 2015, Facebook was observed to manhandle its VoIP abilities in its primary iOS application so as to keep running out of sight, notwithstanding when authorizations to do as such were expressly incapacitated. Moreover, Facebook had just propelled the Messenger application by this point and didn’t require VoIP usefulness.

Facebook lets it out may murder your iPhone battery life

WhatsApp options: the best informing applications for Android and iOS

Facebook Messenger is getting the real redesigns clients have been shouting out for

While Facebook-created applications, for example, Messenger and WhatsApp are a portion of the more conspicuous to be affected by this new change, others, for example, Snapchat and WeChat will likewise be influenced.

WhatsApp specifically will clearly need to experience a noteworthy upgrade, as “individuals acquainted with the issue” revealed to The Information that the application’s start to finish encryption – alongside a few different highlights – depend on this foundation activity.

A representative for Facebook revealed to The Information that it didn’t gather any information by means of this technique, explaining that, “We are utilizing the PushKit VoIP API to convey a world-class, private informing knowledge, not to gather information.”

While the change will be executed in the normal September rollout of iOS 13, Apple is giving some space to application engineers, giving them until April 2020 to consent. On the off chance that they don’t, it may be sheltered to assume these applications could be expelled from the App Store.

Apple offers new enlarged reality workmanship sessions

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Apple today opened enrollment for a progression of new workmanship based Today at Apple enlarged reality (AR) encounters, called [AR]T, offered at Apple Stores the world over. The three new sessions incorporate an intelligent walk highlighting works by a portion of the world’s head contemporary specialists, an in-store session that trains the nuts and bolts of making AR utilizing Swift Playgrounds and an AR craftsmanship establishment perceptible in each Apple Store around the world.

To make the sessions Apple welcomed the New Museum, a main goal for contemporary workmanship in New York, to choose seven specialists — Nick Cave, Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, Cao Fei, John Giorno, Carsten Höller and Pipilotti Rist — to take an interest in an experiential venture that is allowed to the general population.

“Today at Apple offers a window into the inventive expressions made conceivable by our items and clients,” said Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior VP of Retail + People. “We trust participants are roused by the staggering AR manifestations in the [AR]T Walk and in-store establishment, and we can hardly wait to perceive what our guests figure out how to make in the [AR]T Lab.”

Expanded Realities Co-Curated with New Museum

These experiential strolls take members through San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo as they experience works by widely acclaimed specialists, a large portion of whom are working in AR just because. Works by Cave, Djurberg and Berg, Cao, Giorno, Höller and Rist associate members to open spaces, for example, London’s Trafalgar Square, San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens or New York’s Grand Army Plaza in Central Park.

Utilizing AR, the craftsmen have reconsidered or developed better approaches to express center subjects of their specialty practice. Rist’s “Global Liquid Finger Prayer” bobs, insults and sings as members race to get a shining structure, while Giorno’s “Now at the Dawn of My Life” is a rainbow adventure of natively constructed shrewdness, and “Through” by Höller takes watchers through an entry into a world with no viewpoint.

Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis executive for the New Museum remarked, “The New Museum has consistently driven at the convergence of workmanship and tech and we couldn’t have requested a superior accomplice in Apple to help the phenomenal dreams of these spearheading craftsmen. Increased the truth is a medium ready for dynamic and visual narrating that can broaden a craftsman’s training past the studio or the exhibition and into the urban texture.”

[AR]T Lab: AR Experiences

Made in association with New York craftsman, NEW INC part (New Museum’s social hatchery) and instructor Sarah Rothberg, this free Today at Apple session at all Apple Stores gets participants hands-on with unusual items and vivid sounds made by Rothberg. Utilizing Swift Playgrounds, anybody can figure out how to make their own AR encounters in this free hour and a half [AR]T Lab.

[AR]T in the Apple Store: Nick Cave’s “Accumulate”

Guests can come into any Apple Store worldwide and experience craftsman Nick Cave’s AR piece “Accumulate.” Using the [AR]T Viewer in the Apple Store application, clients can start Cave’s intuitive establishment, which takes the watcher on a voyage to view and gather “Ikon Elements” and experience a vast expanse of positive vitality directly amidst an Apple Store.

Apple asks Trump organization to prohibit Mac Pro parts from taxes


Apple is requesting that the Trump organization reject parts for its Mac Pro work area from taxes, as first detailed by Bloomberg.

Apple documented a progression of exclusion demands with the Office of the US Trade Representative (first made open on July eighteenth), asking that the administration excluded a progression of explicit items from a proposed 25 percent duty on merchandise imported from China. The levies have not yet been completely executed, yet the arrangement would incorporate gadgets, which could seriously influence the main concern of tech organizations like Apple.

The archives don’t straightforwardly make reference to the Mac Pro, however Bloomberg takes note of that the parts depicted seem, by all accounts, to be intended for the personal computer. The recorded parts incorporate a CPU heatsink, a designs handling module, and a PC edge and walled in area. Apple is additionally requesting the prohibition of a portion of its frill, including the Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2.

The Mac Pro was the last Apple gadget collected in the US, yet in June, The Wall Street Journal revealed that the organization intended to move assembling to China. Apple’s solicitation will currently enter an open remark period before the office settles on whether to give the prohibitions.

The Trump organization has utilized tech imports as a negotiating concession in arrangements with China, an arrangement that could be expensive to significant tech organizations fabricating in the nation. The organization recently set up 10 percent levies on some item parts, in spite of the fact that Apple was eventually ready to maintain a strategic distance from duties on gadgets like the Apple Watch and AirPods.

A few organizations, including Apple and Microsoft, have effectively raised worries with the US Trade Representative about the duties. In a recording a month ago, Apple said new duties “would bring about a decrease of Apple’s US monetary commitment” and “tilt the playing field for our worldwide rivals.”

Microsoft, Google and Apple mists restricted in Germany’s schools

Germany simply prohibited its schools from utilizing cloud-based efficiency suites from Microsoft, Google, and Apple. The tech mammoths aren’t fulfilling its security prerequisites with their cloud contributions, it cautioned.

The Hessische Beauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit (Hesse Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, or HBDI) owned the expression following a survey of Microsoft Office 365’s appropriateness for schools.

Microsoft propelled its Azure Deutschland nearness in 2016, with an emphasis on the ‘information trustee’ model. An outsider accomplice, Deutsche Telekom, gave the Azure administrations and utilized a private cloud to guarantee that none of the inhabitant information experienced the open web. Indeed, even Microsoft expected to pay some dues to get at its clients’ information. That was an offered to pacify German clients who were touchy about information sway and needed to keep their information on German soil.

That made HBDI sure enough to permit schools there to utilize Office 365 in August 2017, just insofar as they just utilized the German cloud.

An issue with information Microsoft is putting away, and where

At that point, in August 2018, things changed. Microsoft hauled out of the information trustee course of action in Germany and began utilizing its normal server farm model rather, evacuating the hindrance between the remainder of the worldwide Azure cloud and its own German server farms.

Educational committees in Germany continued advancing Office 365 disregarding the security issues this raised, clarified HBDI, inciting it to survey the circumstance. Its decisions (deciphered to some extent underneath) were desperate. It doesn’t have an issue with cloud access for schools as a rule, it stated, just with the information that Microsoft is putting away, and where.

The issue is twofold, it clarified. Right off the bat, it isn’t content with Microsoft putting away close to home information (particularly kids’ information) in an European cloud that could be gotten to by US experts, including:

The advanced power of state information preparing must be ensured.

Its other issue is with Microsoft’s information slurping. It cautioned:

With the utilization of the Windows 10 working framework, an abundance of telemetry information is transmitted to Microsoft, whose substance has not been at last explained regardless of rehashed request to Microsoft. Such information is likewise transmitted when utilizing Office 365.

HBDI is taking its lead from the Federal Office for Information Security, which posted a specialized examination of Windows 10 telemetry in November 2018 (sections 1.2 onwards are in English).

Assent won’t cut it

You can’t tackle this issue by approaching clients for assent, the HBDI included. On the off chance that you can’t be sure what information Microsoft gathers or how the organization will utilize it, at that point you can’t give educated assent.

The issue is that bunches of schools in Germany need programming this way, HBDI recognizes. So what would they be able to do? That is up to Microsoft, it says. The organization must fulfill the issue of outsider information access and Windows 10 telemetry, at that point they can talk. Redmond-based tech goliath most likely shouldn’t leave things excessively long, it finishes up:

At that point, notwithstanding, schools may profit by different instruments, for example, serving on-premises licenses on nearby frameworks.

Google and Apple in almost the same situation

In spite of the fact that most of the report concentrated on Microsoft Office 365, HBDI expressly gotten out other cloud specialist organizations, so schools can’t utilize Google Docs or Apple’s iWork either:

What is valid for Microsoft is additionally valid for the Google and Apple cloud arrangements. The cloud arrangements of these suppliers have so far not been straightforward and understandable set out. Along these lines, it is likewise evident that for schools, protection agreeable use is right now impractical.

AWS introductions new EventBridge, CDK benefits as CTO Vogels urges clients to ‘encode everything’


Amazon Web Services held one of its Summit meetings in New York on Thursday where CTO Werner Vogels talked engineer apparatuses, holders and the significance of security crosswise over big business IT framework.

Vogels – keynote’s identity’s at first hindered by deliberately set dissidents censuring Amazon’s work with the US government and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) – wore a shirt with the message “Encode Everything” over the front. He in the end expounded on the message, encouraging organizations to consider security an all inclusive obligation.

“Since 2018, 15,000 information ruptures have been recorded,” Vogels said. “As technologists, we have to assume liability for this. Security needs to turn into everybody’s activity, not only that of the security group. On the off chance that you do no coordinate security from the very beginning, at that point you put your business and clients in danger.”

“There’s consistently a dolt that snaps that interface,” Vogels said of phishing email, including “Move like nobody is viewing! Encode as is everybody!”

On to the item declarations, Vogels reported the general accessibility of Amazon EventBridge and the AWS Cloud Developer Kit or CDK.

Amazon EventBridge is a serverless occasion transport for ingesting and preparing information crosswise over AWS administrations and SaaS applications. With EventBridge, business applications can partake in occasion driven designs semi-locally.

The CDK is an apparatus that gives clients a chance to show and arrangement code in programming dialects like Python and Typescript. Vogels additionally reported Amazon Sagemaker’s new Managed Spot Training administration to streamline the expense of preparing AI models utilizing Amazon EC2 spot examples.

On the client front, Andy Fang, the CTO of DoorDash, took the keynote organize at one point to discuss how AWS helped the organization improve adaptability, unwavering quality, and advancement. AWS likewise mentioned Justin Fox from NuData Security to share how the organization utilized AWS SageMaker to create AI models to battle extortion and the record takeover issue.