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As the Workspace Administrator, you have been asked to configure Google Cloud Directory Sync (GCDS) in order to manage Google Group memberships from an internal LDAP server. However, multiple Google Groups must have their memberships managed manually. When you run the GCDS sync, you notice that these manually managed groups are being deleted. What should you do to prevent these groups from being deleted?
A. In the GCDS configuration manager, update the group deletion policy setting to “don’t delete Google groups not found in LDAP.”
B. Use the Directory API to check and update the group’s membership after the GCDS sync is completed.
C. Confirm that the base DN for the group email address attribute matches the base DN for the user email address attribute.
D. In the user attribute settings of the GCDS configuration manager options, set the Google domain users deletion/suspension policy to “delete only active Google domain users not found in LDAP.”
Don’t delete Google Groups not found in LDAP If checked, Google Group deletions in your Google domain are disabled, even when the Groups aren’t in your LDAP server.
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Your company has a single Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network deployed in Google Cloud with access from your on-premises network using Cloud Interconnect. You must configure access only to Google APIs and services that are supported by VPC Service Controls through hybrid connectivity with a service level agreement (SLA) in place. What should you do?
A. Configure the existing Cloud Routers to advertise the Google API’s public virtual IP addresses.
B. Use Private Google Access for on-premises hosts with restricted.googleapis.com virtual IP addresses.
C. Configure the existing Cloud Routers to advertise a default route, and use Cloud NAT to translate traffic from your on-premises network.
D. Add Direct Peering links, and use them for connectivity to Google APIs that use public virtual IP addresses.
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Your Dataproc cluster runs in a single Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network in a single subnet with range 172.16.20.128/25. There are no private IP addresses available in the VPC network. You want to add new VMs to communicate with your cluster using the minimum number of steps. What should you do?
A. Modify the existing subnet range to 172.16.20.0/24.
B. Create a new Secondary IP Range in the VPC and configure the VMs to use that range.
C. Create a new VPC network for the VMs.
Enable VPC Peering between the VMs’ VPC network and the Dataproc cluster VPC network.
D. Create a new VPC network for the VMs with a subnet of 188.8.131.52/16.
Enable VPC network Peering between the Dataproc VPC network and the VMs VPC network.
Configure a custom Route exchange.