Recertification for MCSE: SharePoint
Question No: 71 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You are the administrator for a SharePoint 2010 farm. You install and deploy a SharePoint 2013 farm.
The SharePoint 2013 farm must use the content from the SharePoint 2010 farm. You need to upgrade from SharePoint 2010 mode to SharePoint 2013 mode.
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.)
(step 1)Create new farm, set old farm to read-only
(step 2) With the farm and databases in read-only mode, a server farm administrator backs up the content and service application databases from the SQL Server instance on the SharePoint 2010 Products farm.
(step 3) The server farm administrator restores a copy of the databases to the SQL Server instance on the SharePoint 2013 farm and sets the databases to read-write on the new farm.
(Step 4) The final stage in the upgrade process is to upgrade the site collections.
Question No: 72 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You are troubleshooting a SharePoint app by using the Developer Dashboard. You need to view the events that have been logged for the selected request.
Which tab should you select? (To answer, select the appropriate tab in the answer area.)
Question No: 73 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You create a SharePoint site for collaboration with external partners. The network team configures the reverse proxy server and publishes the SharePoint site.
Partners cannot sign in to the SharePoint site.
You need to ensure that partners can access the SharePoint site.
In Central Administration, on which page should you configure the settings? (To answer, select the appropriate page in the answer area.)
Reverse proxy server A reverse proxy server that supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), such as Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG), enables you to publish SharePoint sites across the corporate firewall.
See step 2 below:
After the SharePoint site is published outside the firewall, you must add the site to a zone that allows for cross-firewall access. A cross-firewall access zone is used to generate external PC and mobile URLs in mobile alert messages, and enables users to send an externally available URL when they click the E-mail a link or Alert Me button on the ribbon.
To configure a cross-firewall access zone
->Verify that you have the following administrative credentials: You must be a member of the Farm Administrators group.
->In Central Administration, click System Settings.
->On the System Settings page, under Farm Management, click Configure cross firewall access zone.
->On the Cross Firewall Access Zone page, in Web Application, in the Web Application list, select the web application that is published across the firewall.
->In Cross Firewall Access Zone, in the Zone selection for cross firewall access list, select the zone that is published across the firewall.
Question No: 74 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
A company plans to make Office Web Apps available for all users. The company deploys a multi-server, load-balanced Office Web Apps server farm.
You install and configure SSL certificates.
The SharePoint farm operates in both internal and external zones. You have the following requirements:
->Servers must connect to both zones.
->The Office Web apps farm must communicate securely with SharePoint Servers.
You need to configure the environment.
How should you complete the relevant Windows PowerShell commands? To answer, drag the appropriate Windows PowerShell segments to the correct location. Each Windows PowerShell segment 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.
Box 1: New-SPWOBIBinding
Box 2: Get-SPWOPIZone
Box 3: Set-SPWOPIZone
Box 4: external-https
The New-SPWOPIBinding cmdlet associates file name extensions or applications to actions on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run. Each binding allows you to use the WOPI application to view or edit files in your SharePoint library.
To use a WOPI application, such as a server that runs Office Web Apps Server, for Office Web Apps, you must run this cmdlet on the SharePoint farm before you can use the Office Web Apps.
Example: New-SPWOPIBinding -ServerName quot;Server.corp.Contoso.comquot;
This example creates bindings for all the applications and file name extensions that the WOPI application supports on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.
Box 2: Get-SPWOPIZone
The Get-SPWOPIZone returns the zone that is configured on the current SharePoint farm for the WOPI application (such as a server that runs Office Web Apps Server) to use.
Box 3: Set-SPWOPIZone
The Set-SPWOPIZone cmdlet configures the zone that the current SharePoint farm will use to navigate the browser to the WOPI application (such as a server that runs Office Web Apps Server). The SharePoint Server page in the browser creates a frame that contains a page on the WOPI application. The zone for the URL of the WOPI application page is determined by this setting.
Box 4: external-https
If you have a SharePoint farm that#39;s internal and external as in this scenario, we must specify external.
We must use secure communication, https not http. Only use HTTP when you are on a fully secure network that uses IPSEC (full encryption) or in a test environment that does not contain sensitive data.
Set-SPWOPIZone -Zone quot;external-httpsquot;
This example configures the current SharePoint farm to use external connections through HTTPS to the WOPI application (such as a server that runs Office Web Apps Server).
Question No: 75 – (Topic 6)
You need to ensure that the site collection is also accessible at
http://collaboration.contoso.com. What should you do?
Run the New-SPSite Windows PowerShell cmdlet.
Run the Set-SPSiteUrl Windows PowerShell cmdlet.
Add collaboration.contoso.com as an alternate access mapping for the web application.
Extend the web application and add collaboration.contoso.com to the Intranet Zone.
Explanation: The Set-SPSiteUrl cmdlet adds or changes an URL mapping for the site. The Set-SPSiteUrl cmdlet only applies to the root site collection for a host name that is, http://www.contoso.com. This cmdlet cannot be directly run against a managed path site collection underneath the root that is, http://www.contoso.com/sites/test.
Question No: 76 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You are managing multiple SharePoint sites. All users can access the home page on the root SharePoint site.
When users try to access a subsite, they receive an error message stating that the site has not been shared with them.
You need to allow users to request access to the subsite.
Which site setting should you configure? (To answer, select the appropriate site setting in the answer area.)
Question No: 77 – (Topic 6)
A company deploys Enterprise Search for SharePoint Server 2013. Some crawls of result sources fail to complete.
You need to examine detailed information about crawl rate, crawl latency, crawl freshness, content processing, CPU and memory load, continuous crawls, and the crawl queue to determine how you should alter crawling.
What should you review?
Microsoft Search Server performance counters
The crawl log
Unified Logging Service (ULS) logs
Explanation: Crawl-health reports provide detailed information about crawl rate, crawl latency, crawl freshness, content processing, CPU and memory load, continuous crawls, and the crawl queue.
Reference: Best practices for crawling in SharePoint Server 2013 https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn535606.aspx#BKMK_UseCrawlLog
Question No: 78 – (Topic 6)
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?
Question No: 79 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
A company has a SharePoint farm. The environment contains a server-based virus
You need to configure the SharePoint farm to clean infected documents when users save changes to documents on the server.
How should you configure the antivirus settings? (To answer, select the appropriate check boxes in the answer area.)
Scan documents on upload-Scans documents being uploaded to SharePoint Portal
Server. It is enabled by default.
Scan documents on download-Scans documents being downloaded from SharePoint Portal Server. It is enabled by default.
Allow users to download infected documents-Allows users to download infected documents. If left cleared, all infected documents are blocked. It is disabled by default.
Attempt to clean infected documents-Allows FSSP to clean infected documents, if possible. If FSSP is unable to clean an infected file, it will be reported as infected and SharePoint Portal Server will block the file. If the infected file is nested, FSSP will remove the infected nested file (if it cannot be cleaned). If this option is cleared, Forefront Security for SharePoint will mark detected files as infected and SharePoint Portal Server will block them. It is enabled by default.
Question No: 80 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You have a SharePoint server 2013 server farm.
Users report that the past week, some pages were slow to render.
You need to identify the 10 pages in the farm that take the longest to load.
Which link should you select? (To answer, select the appropriate link in the answer area.)
view health reports
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