Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains two member servers named Server1 and Server2. All servers run
Windows Server 2012 R2.
Server1 and Server2 have the Network Load Balancing (NLB) feature installed. The servers are configured as nodes in an NLB cluster named Cluster1.
Port rules are configured for all clustered Applications.
You need to ensure that Server2 handles all client requests to the cluster that are NOT covered by a port rule.
What should you configure?
C. The cluster quorum settings
D. The failover settings
E. A file server for general use
F. The Handling priority
G. The host priority
H. Live migration
The possible owner
J. The preferred owner
K. Quick migration
L. The Scale-Out File Server
Each cluster host is assigned a unique host priority in the range of 1 to 32, where lower numbers denote higher priorities. The host with the highest host priority
(lowest numeric value) is called the default host. It handles all client traffic for the virtual IP addresses that is not specifically intended to be load-balanced. This
ensures that server applications not configured for load balancing only receive client traffic on a single host. If the default host fails, the host with the next highest
priority takes over as default host.
Reference: Network Load Balancing Technical Overview