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 Failover Clustering feature installed. The servers are configured as nodes in a failover cluster named Cluster1.
You add two additional nodes to Cluster1.
You have a folder named Folder1 on Server1 that contains Application data.
You plan to provide continuously available access to Folder1.
You need to ensure that all of the nodes in Cluster1 can actively respond to the client requests for Folder1.
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
Scale-Out File Server is a feature that is designed to provide scale-out file shares that are continuously available for file-based server application storage. Scale-out
file shares provides the ability to share the same folder from multiple nodes of the same cluster.
Note: You can deploy and configure a clustered file server by using either of the following methods:
* Scale-Out File Server for Application data (Scale-Out File Server)
* File Server for general use
Scale-Out File Server for Application data (Scale-Out File Server) This clustered file server is introduced in Windows Server 2012 R2 and lets you store server
Application data, such as Hyper-V virtual machine files, on file shares, and obtain a similar level of reliability, availability, manageability, and high performance that
you would expect from a storage area network. All file shares are online on all nodes simultaneously. File shares associated with this type of clustered file server
are called scale-out file shares. This is sometimes referred to as active-active.
Reference: Scale-Out File Server for Application Data Overview