Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 v13.0 (70-331)

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Services domain uses Windows 2003 native mode. The company acquires a new division and plans to synchronize the additional forest with Office 365.
You perform the initial configuration steps for the solution by using the DirSync tool.
You need to perform a multi-forest Active Directory sync.
Which three actions can you perform? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.

  • A. Install DirSync on a server that runs Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2. Use DirSync for the multi-forest synchronization.
  • B. Install Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services on a separate server from the server that runs DirSync and Forefront Identity Manager server.
  • C. Install and configure Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2.
  • D. Uninstall any instances of Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services or Forefront Identity Management 2010 R2, and then install and use DirSync for the multi-forest synchronization.
  • E. Uninstall DirSync and then install Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services (AAD Sync). Use AAD Sync for the multi-forest synchronization.
  • F. Install Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services on the same server that hosts DirSync. Use DirSync to configure multi-forest on-premises SharePoint environments


Answer : B,C,F

You manage a SharePoint farm in an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) forest.
You implement SharePoint Online.
You must create a products catalog site in the on-premises SharePoint 2013 environment.
You must configure the authoring site before you configure other site collections.
You need to configure cross-site publishing for the on-premises products catalog site.
In which order should you perform the actions? To answer, move all actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.




Answer :

Explanation:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj656774.aspx

You are the SharePoint administrator for a SharePoint 2013 deployment.
You need to configure accounts.
What should you do? To answer, drag the appropriate permission to the correct action.
Each permission 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.




Answer :

Explanation:


* Manage Social Data - This level will give a user the ability to manage social tags and notes for all users.
* Full Control - This level will give a user the ability to configure the Service Application and all the pieces of it.
* Retrieve People Data for Search Crawlers - This level will give a user the ability to read profiles and there properties
* Manage Profiles - This level will give a user account the ability to Add, Delete, or Edit permissions thru the User Profile Application.

You have a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm.
The farm has four front-end Web servers.
You have a master page named Contoso.master. The master page contains an image file that is 50 KB.
You need to recommend a solution to cache content.
The solution must meet the following requirements:
-> The image must be stored physically on each front-end Web server.
-> Authentication information must be cached and replicated on all of the font-end
Web servers.
-> The pages generated by using Contoso.master and all of the page layouts must be stored in the memory of each front-end Web server.
Which caching mechanism should you recommend for each requirement? (To answer, drag the appropriate caching mechanisms to the correct requirements. Each caching mechanism 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.)




Answer :

Explanation:


Note:
* Blob Cache
The BLOB cache is stored directly on the hard disk drive of a front-end web server computer.
* distributed cache
SharePoint 2013, makes use of distributed cache to cache newsfeeds, microblogging, conversations, security trimming, OneNote client access, and even keeps the FedAuth cookie for claims based authentication on the server side, so its more secure, load balancer friendly, and works with webkit-based browsers that like to chop off your cookies at 64kb.
* output cache/page output cache
The page output cache stores the rendered output of a page. It also stores different versions of the cached page, based on the permissions of the users who are requesting the page.

Your company has a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm.
You create a Business Connectivity Services (BCS) application.
You deploy the application to the farm,
Users create lists and add items to the lists based on the BCS application.
The users report that when they search for data, BCS items are not displayed in the search results. Other items in the farm are displayed in the search results.
You need to ensure that BCS data is displayed in the search results. The solution must minimize administrative effort.
What should you create?

  • A. a Local SharePoint Results result source
  • B. an OpenSearch 1.0/1.1 result source
  • C. a Line of Business Data content source
  • D. a Custom Repository content source


Answer : C

Explanation: If your company has an on-premises SharePoint 2013 farm and a
SharePoint Online 2013 tenancy, you can use BCS to create a secure connection between the two to make line-of-business (LOB) data available to applications for SharePoint and external lists in SharePoint Online. This is called a SharePoint BCS Hybrid solution.
SharePoint Online 2013 supports only one-way connections from online to on-premises and to only one on-premises farm. The LOB data must be published as an OData source

You deploy a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm.
You receive a custom display template.
You need to ensure that the custom display template is available in a site collection.
What should you use to upload the template?

  • A. The Master Page Gallery
  • B. Composed looks
  • C. Result types
  • D. Variations


Answer : A

Explanation: You can view existing display templates in Design Manager, but you don't create them in Design Manager the way that you create master pages and page layouts.
Instead, you:
* Open your mapped network drive to the Master Page Gallery.
* Open one of the four folders in the Display Templates folder.
* Copy the HTML file for an existing display template that's similar to what you want. The exact location that you copy the file to does not matter, as long as it is in the Master Page
Gallery.
* Open and modify your copy in an HTML editor.

You deploy a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm and you create a team site,
You perform the following tasks in the team site:
-> Create a content type named Financial.
-> Create a content type named Informational.
-> Enable all auditing policies for both of the content types.
-> Create a document library named Data and add the new content types to the library.
-> Enable the bar code policy feature on the Financial content type in the new library only.
For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise select
No.




Answer :

Explanation:
* The two content types will be available in the Data document library.
* The log is defined on the content type, not on the Data document library. There would not be a specific log for the Data document library.

You are configuring permission levels for two user groups named Managers and Editors.
You have the following requirements for SharePoint site permissions:
-> Managers must be able to view website usage reports.
-> Editors must be able to edit documents online.
You need to configure the appropriate permission levels for each group.
Which permission levels should you assign? (To answer, drag the appropriate permission levels to the correct group or groups in the answer area. Each permission level 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.)




Answer :

Explanation:
* There is a new permission level, View Web Analytics Data that will allow users to access these reports without having to give them Administrator privileges.
* Use Client Integration features
Use features that start client applications. Without this permission, users must work on documents locally and then upload their changes.

A company has multiple on-premises Active Directory forests. The company plans to implement Office 365 by using a two-way hybrid architecture.
You need to configure the environment to export the local Active Directory to Azure Active
Directory and verify that the process is successful.
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.




Answer :

Explanation:
Box 1: Install Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services (AAD Sync).
Box 2: Select the Active Directory Domain Services connector and perform a full import.
Box 3: Select the Windows Azure Active Directory connector and perform a delta synchronization.
Box 4:


Note:
Step 1: Install Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services (AAD Sync).
AADSync will for most customers be relevant when a new feature is required that is only available in AADSync.
Step 2-3: Import and Synchronize
1. (Step 2)Select Connectors, and select the first Connector with the type Active Directory
Domain Services. Click on Run, select Full import, and OK. Do this for all Connectors of this type.
2. Select the Connector with type Windows Azure Active Directory (Microsoft). Click on
Run, select Full import, and OK.
3. (Step 3) Make sure Connectors is still selected and for each Connector with type Active
Directory Domain Services, click Run, select Delta Synchronization, and OK.
4. Select the Connector with type Windows Azure Active Directory (Microsoft). Click Run, select Delta Synchronization, and then OK.

Step 4: Verify -
1. Start a cmd prompt and go to %Program Files%\Microsoft Azure AD Sync\bin
2. Run: csexport <name of Connector> %temp%\export.xml /f:x
Etc.

You are managing a site collection in a SharePoint farm.
You need to configure the minimum level of permissions necessary for users to manage lists in the site collection.
What permission level should you configure?

  • A. Edit
  • B. Contribute
  • C. Read
  • D. Limited Access


Answer : A

A company develops several SharePoint apps.
App developers must be able to make the apps available to all users across the company by using a corporate app catalog.
You need to set up the corporate app catalog.
Which five 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.




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You manage a SharePoint farm in an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) forest. All enterprise application databases are hosted on a server that runs SQL Server 2014
Enterprise Edition.
You need to configure the maximum degree of parallelism for SQL Server.
How should you complete the relevant Transact-SQL script?
To answer, drag the appropriate Transact-SQL statement or value to the correct location.
Each Transact-SQL statement or value 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.




Answer :

Explanation:



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A SharePoint environment was set up by using an automated installation script. Corporate policies prevent the use of wizards for installing and configuring server environments.
You plan to provide information from an external business system as metadata values within the environment. Users are not permitted to access this business system directly and the data cannot be exported from the external business system into SharePoint.
You need to ensure that users can access the metadata provided by the external system.
Which service should you configure? (To answer, select the appropriate service in the answer area.)




Answer :

You are managing a SharePoint farm. A user account named Admin1 is a member of the
Farm Administrators group.
A domain user account named Admin2 will manage a third-party SharePoint app, named
App1, and the App Catalog in which it will reside.
You need to make App1 available to users.
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.)




Answer :

Explanation:
Box 1: Create a new App Catalog by using the Admin1 account.
Box 2: Add the Admin2 account to the Site Collection Administrators group
Box 3: Upload App1 to Apps for SharePoint by using the Admin2 account.
Note:
* SharePoint 2013 introduces a Cloud App Model that enables you to create apps. Apps for
SharePoint are self-contained pieces of functionality that extend the capabilities of a
SharePoint website.
* Incorrect: The apps for Office platform lets you create engaging new consumer and enterprise experiences running within supported Office 2013 applications

You are the administrator of a SharePoint farm that is using a Distributed Cache service cluster.
You add memory to a server named CACHE1 in the Distributed Cache service cluster.
You need to increase the memory allocation of the Distributed Cache service on CACHE1 and avoid loss of cached data on the server.
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.)




Answer :

Explanation:
Box 1: Run the Stop-SpDistributedCacheServiceInstance-Graceful Windows PowerShell command.
Box 2: Run the Set-CacheHostConfig Windows PowerShell cmdlet.
Box 3: In Central Administration, start the Distributed Cache service on CACHE1.
Note:
* stop-SpDistributedCacheServiceInstance-Graceful
Stops an instance of the distributed cache service on a local server.
Use theStop-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstancecmdlet to stop an instance of the distributed cache service on a local server.
Execution of this cmdlet moves cached items to another server to preserve them. If you stop the distributed service before you stop each instance, cached items are lost. To prevent cached items from being lost, use theGracefulparameter.
* Set-CacheHostConfig
Updates the configuration settings for a Cache host to the specified values
* Change the memory allocation of the Distributed Cache
Use this procedure to reconfigure the memory allocation of the cache size of the
Distributed Cache service.
-> Stop the Distributed Cache service on all cache hosts. To stop the Distributed
Cache service, go to Services on Server in Central Administration, and Stop the
Distributed Cache service on all cache hosts in the farm.
-> To reconfigure the cache size of the Distributed Cache service, run the following command one time only on any cache host at the Windows PowerShell command prompt:
-> Update-SPDistributedCacheSize -CacheSizeInMBCacheSize
Where:
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-> Restart the Distributed Cache service on all cache hosts. To restart the Distributed
Cache service, go to Services on Server in Central Administration, and Start the
Distributed Cache service on all cache hosts in the farm.

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