You have an Azure subscription that contains a storage account.
Your on-premises environment includes six file servers that host a total of 12 file shares.
You need to meet the following technical requirements:
* Requirement 1: Reduce the storage footprint of the on-premises file servers.
* Requirement 2: Provide fault tolerance for the on-premises file shares.
* Requirement 3: Secure the hybrid cloud connection with IPSec.
You plan to configure Azure File Sync.
Choose all that apply:
Azure File Sync meets technical requirement 1. Azure File Sync reduces the storage footprint of the on-premises file servers. Cloud tiering is an Azure File Sync feature that generates a heat map of on-premises file share data and archives infrequently accessed files to the cloud endpoint, thus freeing up local disk storage on your file servers.
Azure File Sync meets technical requirement 2. Azure File Sync provides fault tolerance for the on-premises file shares. If a file server goes offline, you can easily restore its file shares to another file server simply by reconfiguring your Azure File Sync sync group.
Azure File Sync does not meet technical requirement 3. Azure File Sync does not secure the hybrid cloud connection with IPSec. Instead, Azure File Sync communicates over Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) 443 using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). By contrast, IPSec is used with Azure site-to-site virtual private network (VPN) connections.