07 Feb

VCPD510 VMware Certified Professional – Desktop

The VCPD510 Exam consists of 135 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 10 questions. The time limit for the VCPD510 exam is 120 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes to complete the survey questions and agreements. Candidates who take the VCPD510 Exam and have a home address in a country where English is not a primary language will have an additional 30 minutes added to the exam time.

The passing score for this exam is 300, using a scaled scoring method. The scale is from 100-500. Scaled scores are calculated using a mathematical formula that considers a variety of factors, including the number and type of exam questions included in a specific version of the exam. The VCPD510 exam is available in English.

Below are the details of VMware VCPD510 exam objectives.

Section 1 – Install Horizon View Server Components

Objective 1.1 – Install View Composer
Objective 1.2 – Install View Standard and Replica Connection Servers
Objective 1.3 – Install View Transfer Server
Objective 1.4 – Install View Security Server
Objective 1.5 – Integrate VMware View with Active Directory

Section 2 – Configure a Horizon View Environment

Objective 2.1 – Configure View Composer
Objective 2.2 – Configure VMware View Events Database
Objective 2.3 – Configure View Server Components
Objective 2.3 – Configure PCoIP/RDP Protocol Settings
Objective 2.4 – Configure and Manage View Security
Objective 2.5 – Configure Remote and/or Location-based Printing
Objective 2.6 – Configure a View Environment for Local Mode
Objective 2.7 – Configure a View Environment for Kiosk Mode
Objective 2.8 – Integrate ThinApp into a View Environment
Objective 2.9 – Manage User Configurations

Section 3 – Create and Configure Horizon View Desktop Pools

Objective 3.1 – Configure Linked Clone Automated Pools
Objective 3.2 – Configure Full Clone Automated Pools
Objective 3.3 – Configure Manual Pools
Objective 3.4 – Build Desktop Sources

Section 4 – Troubleshoot a Horizon View Implementation

Objective 4.1 – Troubleshoot View Composer
Objective 4.2 – Monitor and Troubleshoot Events
Objective 4.3 – Troubleshoot Guest OS Customization
Objective 4.4 – Troubleshoot Accounts and Permissions
Objective 4.5 – Troubleshoot Connectivity Between View Components
Objective 4.6 – Troubleshoot PCoIP Configuration
Objective 4.7 – Troubleshoot View Servers (Connection, Security, Transfer)
Objective 4.8 – Troubleshoot View Persona Management

Section 5 – Differentiate Horizon View Component Features/Functions

Objective 5.1 – Describe/Differentiate View Components

Section 6 – Plan, Install, Configure and Upgrade vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Objective 6.1 — Install and Configure vCenter Server
Objective 6.2 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi
Objective 6.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Section 7 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 7.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches
Objective 7.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches
Objective 7.3 – Configure vSS and vDS Policies

Section 8 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 8.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
Objective 8.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

Section 9 – Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Objective 9.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines
Objective 9.2 – Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates
Objective 9.3 – Administer Virtual Machines

Section 10 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 10.1 – Create and Configure VMware Clusters
Objective 10.2 – Create and Administer Resource Pools
Objective 10.3 – Migrate Virtual Machines

Section 11 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting

Objective 11.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts
Objective 11.2 – Perform Basic vSphere Network Troubleshooting
Objective 11.3 – Perform Basic vSphere Storage Troubleshooting
Objective 11.4 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for HA/DRS Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion

Section 12 – Monitor a vSphere Implementation and Manage vCenter Server Alarms

Objective 12.1 – Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server and Virtual Machines
Objective 12.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms

 

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