Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013
Question No: 71 – (Topic 6)
You are implementing a claims-based authentication solution for a SharePoint farm in an Active Directory Domain Services domain. You install and configure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).
You need to ensure that all web applications in the farm support SAML-based claims authentication.
What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.)
Configure AD FS with the web application as a relying party.
Configure web applications to use forms-based authentication and AD FS as the trusted identity provider.
Configure web applications to use claims-based authentication and AD FS as the trusted identity provider
Configure web applications to use classic mode authentication and AD FS as the trusted identity provider.
Configure SharePoint to trust AD FS as an identity provider.
Explanation: Configure SAML-based claims authentication with AD FS in SharePoint 2013
This configuration has the following phases that must be performed in consecutive order:
Phase 1: Install and configure an AD FS server
(A) Phase 2: Configure AD FS with the web application as a relying party
(E) Phase 3: Configure SharePoint 2013 to trust AD FS as an identity provider
(C) Phase 4: Configure web applications to use claims-based authentication and AD FS as the trusted identity provider
Reference: Configure SAML-based claims authentication with AD FS in SharePoint 2013
Question No: 72 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You provision and configure a new SharePoint farm. The content databases are stored in Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
You need to configure the databases for high availability.
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: Create a Windows Server failover cluster.
Box 2: Enable AlwaysOn and Named Pipes on the server.
Box 3: Create and configure an availability group for the relevant nodes. Box 4: Add the necessary databases to the availability group.
* Process overview
We recommend the following installation sequence and key configuration steps to deploy a SharePoint farm that uses an AlwaysOn availability group:
(step 1) Select or create a Windows Server failover cluster. Install SQL Server 2012 on each cluster node.
(step 3) Create and configure an availability group.
Install and configure SharePoint 2013.
(step 4) Add the SharePoint databases to the availability group. Test failover for the availability group.
(step 2) Before you can create an Availability Group for SharePoint Foundation 2013 or SharePoint Server 2013, you must prepare the SQL Server 2012 environment. To prepare the environment, complete the following tasks:
Install the SQL Server prerequisites. Install SQL Server.
Enable Named Pipes. Enable AlwaysOn.
Question No: 73 – (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 search indexes from the source farm to the destination farm.
Configure alternate access mappings on the source server.
Copy all custom master pages from the source site collection to the Style Library in the destination site collection.
Copy all custom site definitions from the file system of the source farm to the destination farm.
Answer: D Explanation: Note:
SharePoint Server 2013 customers can create their own site definitions that customize and extend standard SharePoint site templates.
To create a custom site definition with one or more custom site definition configurations on front-end servers, you must create a copy of an existing site definition directory.
For backup/restore and migration operations, you must restore your site to a server that has the same front-end customizations as the server from which you backed up or migrated.
Reference: Guidelines for Using Custom Site Definitions, Configurations, and Templates
Question No: 74 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
An organization is deploying a SharePoint farm that will provide a records-management solution.
Users must be able to perform the following actions:
->Create in-place holds on content stored in SharePoint and in Microsoft Exchange 2013.
->Search for content and place holds based on the search query.
You need to create a site collection that meets the requirements.
Which type of site collection should you create? (To answer, select the appropriate template in the answer area.)
* Site holds
SharePoint preserves content on the site level. When you preserve a site, its lists, libraries, and subsites are preserved. If you preserve a root site collection, all documents, pages, lists, and subsites in that site collection are preserved.
To hold a site, create a Discovery Case in the eDiscovery Center. A case is a container for all of the queries, content, and preservations associated with specific litigation. After you create the case, create a Discovery Set to specify the site. To validate the site, just enter its URL address.
Question No: 75 – (Topic 6)
A company named Contoso, Ltd. has a SharePoint 2010 site collection at www.contoso.com. You are preparing to upgrade the site collection to SharePoint 2013.
The root site collection has had extensive customizations made to pages by using SharePoint Designer.
You need to test the site collection customizations before the upgrade. What should you do?
Use the visual upgrade feature in preview mode.
Use the page upgrade feature in preview mode for each customized page.
Run the Get-SPSite -identity http://www.contoso.com | $_.GetVisualReport() | Format- Table Windows PowerShell cmdlet.
Request an upgrade evaluation site collection.
Question No: 76 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
An organization has two SharePoint farms named FarmA and FarmB.
You need to grant a service account full control of the Managed Metadata service on Farm A.
In Central Administration, which command should you select to complete the configuration? (To answer, select the appropriate command in the answer area.)
Note: Example: Event ID: 8077
Message “There are no instances of Managed Web Service is started on any server in the farm. Ensure that at least one instance is started on an application server in the farm using the Services on Server Page in Central Administration.”
Your SharePoint Admin Account or System Account that you are using to browse the Central Administration does not has access to service Application so
Go to Manage Service Applications Page
Select Managed Metadata Service Application Row
From Ribbon Click Permissions
Now Add your Admin account contoso\SP_Admin in my case. Click Add and give him all 3 permissions and click OK.
Question No: 77 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You plan to deploy the following elements to a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm:
->A farm solution
->A sandbox solution
->A SharePoint hosted app
You need to identify where to deploy each element.
What should you identify? (To answer, drag the appropriate locations to the correct elements. Each location 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)
C:\Users\Kamran\Desktop\image – Copy.jpg Note:
*introducing Central Administration
At the heart of every server farm is the configuration database. This database stores the majority of your core server farm configuration. The association of Service Applications, configuration of Web Applications and content databases, email settings, server services architecture, farm solutions, and farm features are stored in this database. To manage all this configuration data, you need a tool. Central Administration is the primary administrative tool available to you
Site collection administrators now have the authority to upload, activate, delete, and manage sandboxed solutions using the new Solution Gallery, which is a repository of sandboxed solutions.
You can store apps for SharePoint and Office apps for your organization’s internal use in an App Catalog site.
Question No: 78 – (Topic 6)
A SharePoint 2010 environment contains a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 database instance named SP-SQL that hosts the databases for the farm.
You are upgrading the farm to SharePoint 2013.
You need to ensure that users can access the unmodified farm contents during the upgrade process.
What should you do?
Run the following Transact-SQL (T-SQL) statement for each content database and service application you plan to upgrade. ALTER DATABASE lt;database namegt;SET READ_ONLY;
Run the following command-line tool for each site collection in the content databases you plan to upgrade. Stsadm -o setsitelock -urKsite collection namegt; -lock readonly
Run the following Windows PowerShell cmdlets for each web application in the SharePoint 2010 farm you plan to upgrade. $db = Get-SPContentDatabaselt;web application namegt;Set-SPContentDatabase$db -Status Offline
Run the following Transact-SQL (T-SQL) statement for each content database and service application you plan to upgrade. EXEC sp_dboptionlt;database namegt;, quot;read onlyquot;, quot;Truequot;;
Question No: 79 HOTSPOT – (Topic 6)
You are configuring SharePoint social features.
You need to ensure that users can configure the SharePoint social features settings from their own profiles.
On which page should you configure the settings? (To answer, select the appropriate link in the answer area.)
Select “Manage User Permissions”
Question No: 80 DRAG DROP – (Topic 6)
You are preparing to upgrade from a SharePoint 2010 environment to a SharePoint 2013 environment.
The SharePoint 2010 environment includes a large number of content databases. You restore backups of the content databases to the Microsoft SQL Server instance in the SharePoint 2013 environment.
You need to upgrade all content databases and minimize monitoring requirements.
What should you do? (To answer, drag the appropriate terms to the correct location or locations 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.)
* To attach a content database to a web application by using Windows PowerShell Start the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell.
At the Windows PowerShell command prompt, type the following command and then press
Mount-SPContentDatabase -Name DatabaseName -DatabaseServerServerName – WebApplication URL
* Attach the remaining databases (no need to wait until first command finishes and use new instance)
After you restore the first content database and verify success, you can continue to restore and upgrade other databases. You can perform parallel database attach upgrades to upgrade more than one database at a time. Use separate Command Prompt windows (i.e new instance) to run multiple upgrades. It is recommended that you separate the start time for each new database upgrade session by several minutes to prevent issues with temporary locks set for the web application during attachment. Otherwise you might receive an error on the upgrade session. The wait time to clear temporary locks varies depending on the number of site collections, or the speed of the database server hardware.
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