Which of the following documents and tools would a technician use to help determine the correct
parts necessary to build an Intel server? (Select TWO).
A. Quick Start Guide
B. Configuration Guide
C. Intel Server Configurator Tool (SCT)
D. Product Change Notification (PCN)
E. Technical Product Specification (TPS)
Below is a step in the server management configuration process. Which of the following is true
about this command?
A. This SYSCFG command, Reset Factory Settings, can be used to erase all BMC management
settings. This command can be used to reset the management settings to support reconfiguration
of management, without carrying over previous management settings.
B. This SYSCFG command, Refreshes Sensors, resets the sensor values and forces the BMC to
rescan all sensors to update the Sensor Data Records (SDR). This is used when a system error
has been resolved, but the status remains critical in the SDR.
C. This SYSCFG command, Restore File System, is used to restore a backup of the server
management settings. This is an efficient method of restoring the BMC settings if they have been
lost or deleted.
D. This DOS command allows a super user to replace the file system within the BMC, reformatting
the data area down to a low-level format prior to a system restore.
A customer has asked an Intel® Server Specialist to provide them with a 1U, 2-socket server. The
customer has concerns about power consumption. Which of the following configurations would
offer the MOST energy efficient solution?
A. Intel® Server System SR1695WB
B. Intel® Server System SR1630HGP
C. Intel® Server System SR1600URLX
D. Intel® Server System SR2625URBRP
A customer is designing a security appliance, and has asked an Intel® Server Specialist to supply
them with a 1-socket rack mount server with as many Gigabit Ethernet ports as possible. Which of
the following configurations would be the MOST appropriate to recommend?
A. Intel® Server System SR1695GPRX, with Intel® Quad Port Gigabit I/O module, and an Intel®
Gigabit ET2 Server Adapter.
B. Intel® Server System SR1630GP, with an Intel® Quad Port Gigabit I/O module.
C. Intel® Modular Server System, with additional Gigabit Ethernet mezzanine cards.
D. Intel® Server System SR1625UR, with Intel® Quad Port Gigabit I/O module, and an Intel®
PRO/1000 PT Server Adapter.
Why is it important to update the FRU when first building a system?
A. Updating the FRU enables the server administrator to remotely access the server.
B. Updating the FRU allows the server to configure the fan speed correctly.
C. Updating the FRU allows for the relevant part numbers to be programmed into NVRAM.
D. Updating the FRU makes sure the Management Engine is running the most recent firmware.