Exam 70-342 Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

Hi All,

Maybe I shouldn't ask for help, both failed my 70-342 exam and I think some of question are tricky, so would as you for help, just remember 3 of them with I think my answer was wrong , maybe some of you can help.

1. You have an Exchange Server 2013 organization that has Unified Messaging (UM) deployed.
You configure a customized business hours greeting by using the Exchange Admin Center.
Users report that the custom greeting fails to play when a call is received by UM.
You need to identify the most likely cause of the issue.
What should you identify?

A) A Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging service stopped.
B) A Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging Call Router service stopped.
C) A system mailbox was deleted.
D) The DiscoverySearchMailBox was deleted.

What is the correct answer?

2. You need to plan a solution that automatically allows all users to connect to their mailbox if all of the Exchange servers in one site fail.
 What should you include in the plan?

 Multiple choice:
 A) Create two host (A) records named mail.fabrikam.com that each point to one of the VIPs
 B) Change the DAG setting of DatabaseAvailabilityGroupConfiguration to $Null
 C) Change the DAG setting of AllowCrossSiteRPCClientAccess to $True
 D) Create one host (A) record named site1.testex.com that points to and one host (A) record named site2.testex.com that points to

My Answer was : A ?  not sure if is correct.

3.        7 Exchange Servers
 4 on Site A
 3 on Site B
 Each server has a copy of all the databases, EX5 (site B) fails and is taken offline permanently. What is Maximum number that can fail simultaneously without affecting mailbox access
 2-3-4-5 ???

I think they all tricky so how to fine correct answer. If someone can help please. Thanks
Dominik PasekAsked:
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Amit KumarCommented:
1. A (here I am also confused but rest are sure)
2. A and C
3. 4 (3 on Site A and 1 in Site B)

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Dominik PasekAuthor Commented:
Thanks, the first one is tricky, need find more :-) Thanks
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