You are archiving to a pair of bi-directionally replicating EMC Centeras in Governance
mode, and you are using retention classes to manage retention. You initially set the
retention class "email" to five years, and have been archiving e-mail content for the past
two years. You have recently been informed that you need keep e-mail content for only one
year, so you change the definition of the retention class "email" to one year. You then
delete all content older than one year. During an audit, you discover that the deleted
content is still on the target cluster. What is the most likely reason for this?
A. You cannot change retention on a Governance cluster.
B. Updated retention class has not been exported.
C. The retention class on the target cluster was not updated.
The active CUA has a catastrophic failure. The administrator issued a failover on the
standby CUA to promote the standby CUA as the active. The former active CUA has been
replaced and is now back online. The administrator wants to fail back to the replaced CUA.
How can this be done?
A. Configure the replaced CUA as the active and on the promoted active CUA perform a failover.
B. On the promoted CUA perform a restore back to the replaced CUA.
C. Configure the replaced CUA as a standby and perform a failover.
D. On the replaced CUA configured as the standby perform a restore.
During a new EMC Centera install, the customer realizes they need CUA to integrate one
of their applications. At this time they don't have funding to purchase additional hardware.
In which configuration can a Gen4 LP CUA be configured using existing hardware?