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You have a cluster named Cluster1 that contains two nodes. Both nodes run Windows Server 2012 R2. Cluster1 hosts a virtual machine named VM1 that runs
Windows Server 2012 R2.
You notice that VM1 is marked as being in a critical state in the cluster.
You verify that VM1 is functioning correctly.
You need to ensure that VM1 is no longer marked as being in a critical state.
Which cmdlet should you run?

A. Remove-ClusterVmMonitoredItem

B. Remove-ClusterResourceDependency

C. Reset-ClusterVMMonitoredState

D. Clear-ClusterNode

Explanation:
Remove-ClusterVmMonitoredItem actually removes the monitoring so nothing will happen Remove-ClusterResourceDependency ­ self-explanatory has to do with
dependencies, not critical state
Reset-ClusterVMMonitoredState – This cmdlet resets the Application Critical state of a virtual machine, so that the virtual machine is no longer marked as being in a
critical state in the cluster Clear-ClusterNode – This cmdlet helps ensure that the failover cluster configurationhas been completely removed from a node that was
evicted.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/%5Clibrary/Hh847312(v=WPS.630).aspx

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