Alpine Ski House is a global resort and retail company that has a main office in Toronto. The
main office hosts the primary datacenter for the company.
The datacenter contains servers that run Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016.
The environment contains Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) and
System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).
The company uses Microsoft Azure with the Operations Management Suite (OMS). The
following servers are deployed:
? Network Controller
? Nano Servers that run IIS
? Hyper-V host servers that run Windows Server 2012 R2
? SQL Server 2014
Al existing virtual machines (VMs) are Generation 1 VMs that run Windows Server 2012 R2.
You have the following VM networks:
? one datacenter network named DCN1
? one management network named MGN1
? one tenant network named Network1 that is isolated in the SCVMM fabric
? five additional tenant networks for VMs
The company has signed a license agreement with Microsoft to use all System Center products.
You plan to deploy a distributed System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) environment in
the Toronto datacenter. The SCOM server must use an existing SQL Server instance. A
dedicated SQL Server service account must be used for the SCOM installation.
The company plans to deploy 10 new servers that run Hyper-V in the Toronto datacenter. Al
new Hyper-V host servers must run Nano Server. You create a blank Nano Server VHD and
store the image at the following location: F:\HyperVNano.vhd.
The compute environment has the following requirements:
? IIS Nano Servers must appear in the SCVMM console.
? Al new Nano Servers must be managed by SCVMM when they are deployed.
? Al new VMs must be deployed and shielded by using SCVMM templates.
? Al VMs must support shielding.
You create a certificate file named Cert.cer for Network Controller.