Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013
Question No: 51 – (Topic 6)
You have a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm.
You purchase an app for SharePoint from the Office Store. You plan to deploy the app to the farm.
You need to recommend which changes must be made to the network infrastructure before you can deploy the app.
What should you recommend?
Add a host header in Internet Information Services (IIS).
Modify the Hosts file on the front-end Web servers.
Modify the Web.config file on the front-end Web servers.
Add an alias (CNAME) record in DNS.
Explanation: Before you use apps for SharePoint in your environment, you have to configure your environment to support them. If you don’t configure your environment, site owners who try to install and use apps for SharePoint receive error messages. For all apps for SharePoint, you must set up a Domain Name Services (DNS) domain name to provide a host name for the installed apps.
By using a separate domain name, apps for SharePoint are separated from SharePoint sites to prevent unauthorized access to user data and to reduce the possibility of cross-site scripting attacks. The use of separate URLs for apps for SharePoint and SharePoint sites is called app isolation. You also need a DNS record so that the domain name can get correctly resolved. You can create one of two of the following types of DNS records for app for SharePoint URLs:
A wildcard Canonical Name (CNAME) record that points to the host domain assigned to the SharePoint farm.
A wildcard A record that points to the IP address for the SharePoint farm.
Question No: 52 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You are managing search results in a SharePoint farm. You need to configure a query rule that fires for all queries.
In the Search service application, which option should you select? (To answer, select the appropriate option in the answer area.)
If you are creating this rule for a site collection, clickRemove Conditionif you want this rule to fire for every query that users type inside any search box in the site collection.
Question No: 53 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You are the administrator for your company#39;s SharePoint environment.
You are preparing your environment for high availability. You must use SQL Server AlwaysOn.
You need to identify the replication methodology for each SharePoint service database.
In the table below, identify whether SQL Server AlwaysOn is available for each of the service databases.
NOTE: Make only one selection in each column.
The Configuration database is farm specific and does not support Async.
The Central Administration content database is farm specific and does not support Async.
Question No: 54 – (Topic 6)
You have a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm and a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 organization.
You need to provide a compliance officer with the ability to locate content in both Exchange Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 3013 based on keyword searches.
The compliance officer must be able to prevent the content from being deleted by users. Which site template should you use?
Enterprise Search Center
Explanation: You can manage the discovery process for Exchange Server 2013 from a SharePoint eDiscovery Center. You can do the following:
Add Exchange mailboxes as sources to either an eDiscovery set or a query. Preview content that’s discovered in an Exchange mailbox.
Apply a hold to an Exchange mailbox.
Export content that’s discovered in an Exchange mailbox.
Not A: Document Center
A site to centrally manage documents in your enterprise. Not B: Records Center
This template creates a site designed for records management. Records managers can configure the routing table to direct incoming files to specific locations. The site also lets you manage whether records can be deleted or modified after they are added to the repository.
Not D: A Search Center site, or Search Center, provides an interface for users to submit search queries and view search results. A Search Center site is the top-level site of a site
collection that a farm administrator creates by using the Enterprise Search Center template or Basic Search Center template.
Reference: Overview of eDiscovery and in-place holds in SharePoint Server 2013
Question No: 55 – (Topic 6)
You are moving a customized SharePoint site collection to a new farm. You attach and mount the source content database in the destination farm.
You need to ensure that all customizations from the source farm are available in the destination farm.
What should you do?
Copy all custom master pages from the source site collection to the master page gallery in the destination site collection.
Copy all custom site definitions from the file system of the source farm to the destination farm.
Copy all permission levels from the source farm to the destination farm.
Copy all search indexes from the source farm to the destination farm.
Question No: 56 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
A company has a SharePoint 2013 farm in an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. The company uses a third-party application to process payroll data and view payroll reports. The third-party application uses SQL Authentication. Payroll administrators currently use custom credentials to sign in to the payroll application.
You have the following requirements:
->Payroll administrators must use Microsoft Excel and Excel Services to access payroll data and view reports from within SharePoint.
->Payroll administrators must not be required to enter credentials when accessing
->The Secure Store must be configured for high security and high process isolation.
You need to configure the Secure Store to meet the requirements.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
Box 1: Register a managed account to run the Secure Store application pool.
Box 2: Create a Secure Store service application instance, and start the Secure Store Service on servers within the farm.
Box 3: Generate a new key for your Secure Store service application.
Box 4: Store credentials in Secure Store by using a Secure Store target application.
* To configure Secure Store, you perform the following steps: (step 1)
->Register a managed account in SharePoint Server 2013 to run the Secure Store
->Start the Secure Store Service on an application server in the farm.
->Create a Secure Store Service service application.
Before using the Secure Store Service, you must generate an encryption key. The key is used to encrypt and decrypt the credentials that are stored in the Secure Store Service database.
Storing credentials in Secure Store is accomplished by using a Secure Storetarget application.
Question No: 57 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
A SharePoint 2010 environment contains the site collections described in the following table.
You plan to migrate the environment to SharePoint 2013. You create a SharePoint 2013 site at the URL http:// testIntranet.contoso.com. You restore the database backups from the 2010 environment to the 2013 environment.
You test the migration plan by migrating the Intranet_Content database to the new site. You need to verify that the test migration succeeds.
Which Windows PowerShell cmdlets should you run? (To answer, drag the appropriate cmdlets to the correct location or locations in the answer area. Each cmdlet may be used
once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)
Question No: 58 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You are a SharePoint architect for Contoso, Ltd. Contoso has a SharePoint 2010 farm that contains four site collections. Three site collections are available only inside the company network. The fourth site collection is available to an external partner company by using forms-based authentication. The external site collection is used to store contracts and purchase orders. Every site collection has its own content database.
Contoso purchases an Office 365 subscription for external partner employees. Contoso
plans to move the external site collection to SharePoint Online. You have the following requirements:
->Upgrade the external partner site collection to SharePoint Online.
->Upgrade the on-premises farm to SharePoint 2013.
->Minimize downtime for the upgrade.
->Ensure the sites are read-only during the upgrade.
You need to plan the upgrade for the extranet site.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
Question No: 59 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
An organization has a SharePoint intranet site.
Documents and other files do not currently appear in search results until the day after they are uploaded to the intranet site.
You need to configure the Search service application to ensure that documents appear in search results within one hour of being uploaded to the site.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
Box 1: By using Central Administration, access the Search Service application management interface.
Box 2: Edit the existing Content Source
Box 3: Configure content source crawl schedules.
(Step 1) 1. Open Central Administration web site.
Click on the Manage service applications link
Click on the Search Service Application
(Step 2) 4. Click on the Content Sources link
(Step 3) 5. Click on the Local SharePoint sites cell and in the page on the right side you can see the Crawl Schedules.
You can see two item: Full Crawl and Incremental Crawl
->Use the Create Schedule link to create a new Crawl Schedule
->Click the OK button on the page
Question No: 60 – (Topic 6)
You manage a Microsoft SharePoint 2013 farm for Contoso, Ltd. The farm contains four servers. Two of the servers receive user requests, and two servers perform back-end processing.
You must forward all requests for www.contoso.com to 192.168.100.31. You need to configure DNS.
How should you configure the DNS?
Use the DNS Manager to create a new host (A or AAAA) record for www in the contoso.com forward lookup zone.
Modify the hosts file in the System32 folder. Add 192.168.100.3 www.contoso.com to the file. Save the file as an administrator.
Use the DNS Manager to create a new alias (CNAME) record for www in the contoso.com forward lookup zone.
Use the DNS Manager to create a new domain alias (DNAME) record for www in the contoso.com forward lookup zone.
Explanation: In DNS Manager, under Forward Lookup Zones, right-click the new app domain name, and then click New Alias (CNAME).
Reference: Configure an environment for apps for SharePoint (SharePoint 2013) https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fp161236.aspx
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