Recertification for MCSE: SharePoint
Question No: 81 – (Topic 6)
You are configuring a query rule for a site in a SharePoint site collection.
You need to promote specific search results during a defined date range only.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
Configure actions for the rule.
Configure query conditions for the rule.
Add the rule with a source type.
Add the rule without a source type.
Configure publishing options for the rule.
Explanation: Without using any custom code, Search service application administrators, site collection administrators, and site owners can help searches respond to the intent of users by creating query rules. In a query rule, you specify conditions and correlated actions. When a query meets the conditions in a query rule, the search system performs the actions specified in the rule to improve the relevance of the search results, such as by narrowing results or changing the order in which results are displayed. For example, a query rule condition could be that a term in a query matches a particular term in a SharePoint term set, or that a query is frequently performed on a particular result source in a search system, such as videos. When the query rule condition is satisfied, a correlated action could be to show a specific item at the top of the search results.
You can configure query rules for one or more result sources, and you can specify the time period during which the query rule is active.
E: To make the query rule active during a particular time period, clickPublishing, and then specify the period.
Reference: Manage query rules in SharePoint Server 2013
Question No: 82 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You are troubleshooting services in a SharePoint environment.
The services have the following logging requirements:
->Business Connectivity Services must have only the minimum logging level.
->Word Automation Services must log all errors.
->The Search service logs must log all activity.
You need to apply the appropriate trace log diagnostic level for each service.
Which diagnostic level should you apply to each service? (To answer, drag the appropriate levels to the correct service or services in the answer area. Each 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.)
Question No: 83 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
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.)
Question No: 84 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You are managing a SharePoint farm that contains the following four sites:
->Site1 and Site2 are in the root site collection and contain publicly accessible content.
->Site3 is a subsite of Site1, and contains confidential content.
->Site4 is a subsite of Site2, and contains confidential content.
All SharePoint sites within the farm must use the principle of least privilege. You need to plan the site authorization settings.
What should you do? (To answer, drag the appropriate terms to the correct site or sites in the answer area. Each term 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: Inherited
Box 2: Inherited
Box 3: unique
Box 4: unique
Site1 and Site2 are in the root domain. They both inherit permission from the root domain.
Site3 and Site4 should not inherit permissions from Site1 and Site respectively. They should have unique permissions
Question No: 85 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You are managing a web application named App1.
You need to configure App1 to allow anonymous access.
Which web application settings should you configure? (To answer, select the appropriate element in the answer area.)
Question No: 86 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
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.
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.
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
Question No: 87 – (Topic 6)
You have a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm. You have a web applications named WebApp1.
You have a SharePoint hosted app named App1. App1 contains a client Web Part named WP1.
You add App1to a site named Site1 in WebApp1.
You need to prevent App1 from reading information in Site1. What should you do?
From Central Administration, modifythe permission policy of WebApp1.
From Site Settings of the Central Administration site, delete App1 from the Site App Permissions list.
From Central Administration, modifythe users permissions of WebApp1.
From Site Settings of Site1, delete App1 from the Site App Permissions list.
Explanation: Permission policies provide a centralized way to configure and manage a set of permissions that applies to only a subset of users or groups in a web application.
Note: An app for SharePoint requests the permissions that it needs during installation from the user who is installing it. The developer of an app must request, through the app manifest file, the permissions that the particular app needs to be able to run. An app must be granted permissions by the user who is executing the app.
Question No: 88 – (Topic 6)
You are the term store manager of a SharePoint environment.
You need to make term sets available across the entire farm. You must ensure that users can reuse terms but not edit terms.
Prohibit the use of keywords other than those in a specific term set.
Create a global term set.
Enable term pinning.
Prohibit grid editing in the Datasheet view.
Create a local term set.
Answer: A,B Explanation: Note:
Anyone can add a new term to an open term set. Only people who were identified as contributors to a term set group can add terms to a closed term set in the group. For example, a term set that represents cost centers would probably be closed. A term set that represents contributors to a charity might be open.
On global term set see step 8) below.
Make a term set available to other site collections
After you create a term set on the authoring site collection, you have to make it available to publishing site collections. You can make a term set available to all site collections or to specific site collections.
To make a term set available to all site collections:
->Verify that the user account that performs this procedure is a member of the Owners SharePoint group on the authoring site that contains the catalog.
->On the authoring site, on the Settings menu, click Site Settings.
->On the Site Settings page, in the Site Administration section, click Term store management. If the user that performs this procedure is already a member of the Term Store Administrators group, you can skip to step 7.
->In the Term Store Management Tool, verify that Managed Metadata Service is selected.
->In the Term Store Administrator section, type one or more user names.
->Right-click Managed Metadata Service, and then select New Group.
->Type the name of the global term set that you want to create, and then press Enter.
->Refresh the page.
->Right-click the term set that you want to make available to all site collections, and then click Move Term Set.
->In the Term Set Move dialog box, click the global term set that you want to move
the term set to, and then click OK.
->Refresh the page.
Question No: 89 – (Topic 6)
You are managing a SharePoint farm. The SharePoint databases are configured to run on a dedicated instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.
You need to optimize query executions. What should you do?
Set the maximum degree of parallelism for SQL Server instances to 4.
Set the maximum degree of parallelism for SQL Server instances to 1.
Move the master database to a RAID 5 volume.
Set the maximum degree of parallelism for SQL Server instances to 32.
Answer: B Explanation:
Set max degree of parallelism (MAXDOP) to 1 for instances of SQL Server that host SharePoint databases to make sure that a single SQL Server process serves each request. Important:
Setting the max degree of parallelism to any other number can cause a less optimal query plan to be used that will decrease SharePoint Server 2013 performance.
Question No: 90 – (Topic 6)
You are managing a SharePoint farm.
You need to enable friendly URLs for a term set. What should you configure?
Term set tagging
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