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Your company is launching a public website that allows users to stream videos. You upload multiple video files to an Azure storage container. You need to give anonymous users read access to all of the video files in the storage container. What should you do?
A. Edit each blob’s metadata and set the access policy to Public Blob.
B. Edit the container metadata and set the access policy to Public Container.
C. Move the files into a container sub-directory and set the directory access level to Public Blob.
D. Edit the container metadata and set the access policy to Public Blob.
By default, the container is private and can be accessed only by the account owner. To allow public read access to the blobs in the container, but not the container properties and metadata, use the “Public Blob” option. To allow full public read access for the container and blobs, use the “Public Container” option.
You manage a public-facing web application which allows authenticated users to upload and download large files. On the initial public page there is a promotional video. You plan to give users access to the site content and promotional video. In the table below, identify the access method that should be used for the anonymous and authenticated parts of the application. Make only one selection in each column.
Drag and Drop Question
Your company network includes a single forest with multiple domains. You plan to migrate from On-Premises Exchange to Exchange Online. You want to provision the On-Premises Windows Active Directory (AD) and Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) service accounts. You need to set the required permissions for the Azure AD service account. Which settings should you use? To answer, drag the appropriate permission to the service account. 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.
When you run the Directory Sync tool Configuration Wizard, you must provide the following information:
Enterprise admin credentials for the on-premises Active Directory schema Global admin credentials for the Microsoft cloud service
You administer an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant. You add a custom application to the tenant. The application must be able to:
– Read data from the tenant directly.
– Write data to the tenant on behalf of a user.
In the table below, identify the permission that must be granted to the application. Make only one selection in each column.
Your company plans to migrate from On-Premises Exchange to Exchange Online in Office 365. You plan to integrate your existing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) infrastructure with Azure AD. You need to ensure that users can log in by using their existing AD DS accounts and passwords. You need to achieve this goal by using minimal additional systems. Which two actions should you perform? Each answer presents part of the solution.
A. Configure Password Sync.
B. Set up a DirSync Server.
C. Set up an Active Directory Federation Services Server.
D. Set up an Active Directory Federation Services Proxy Server.
Directory Sync with Password Sync Scenario’ Applies To: Azure, Office 365, Windows Intune Password sync is an extension to the Directory Sync Scenario. With directory sync, you can manage the entire lifecycle of your cloud user and group accounts using your on- premise Active Directory management tools. When password sync is enabled on your directory sync computer, your users will be able to sign into Microsoft cloud services, such as Office 365, Dynamics CRM, and Windows InTune, using the same password as they use when logging into your on-premises network. When your users change their passwords in your corporate network, those changes are synchronized to the cloud.
Drag and Drop Question
You publish a multi-tenant application named MyApp to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). You need to ensure that only directory administrators from the other organizations can access MyApp’s web API. How should you configure MyApp’s manifest JSON file? To answer, drag the appropriate PowerShell command to the correct location in the application’s manifest JSON file. Each 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.
You manage a software-as-a-service application named SaasApp1 that provides user management features in a multi-directory environment. You plan to offer SaasApp1 to other organizations that use Azure Active Directory. You need to ensure that SaasApp1 can access directory objects. What should you do?
A. Configure the Federation Metadata URL.
B. Register SaasApp1 as a native client application.
C. Register SaasApp1 as a web application.
D. Configure the Graph API.
The Azure Active Directory Graph API provides programmatic access to Azure AD through REST API endpoints. Applications can use the Graph API to perform create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations on directory data and objects. For example, the Graph API supports the following common operations for a user object:
/ Create a new user in a directory
/ Get a user’s detailed properties, such as their groups / Update a user’s properties, such as their location and phone number, or change their password
/ Check a user’s group membership for role-based access / Disable a user’s account or delete it entirely
You administer an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant where Box is configured for:
– Application Access
– Password Single Sign-on
An employee moves to an organizational unit that does not require access to Box through the Access Panel. You need to remove only Box from the list of applications only for this user. What should you do?
A. Delete the user from the Azure AD tenant.
B. Delete the Box Application definition from the Azure AD tenant.
C. From the Management Portal, remove the user’s assignment to the application.
D. Disable the user’s account in Windows AD.
Note: Use Azure AD to manage user access, provision user accounts, and enable single sign-on with Box. Requires an existing Box subscription.
You administer an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant that has a SharePoint web application named TeamSite1. TeamSite1 accesses your Azure AD tenant for user information. The application access key for TeamSite1 has been compromised. You need to ensure that users can continue to use TeamSite1 and that the compromised key does not allow access to the data in your Azure AD tenant. Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. Remove the compromised key from the application definition for TeamSite1.
B. Delete the application definition for TeamSite1.
C. Generate a new application key for TeamSite1.
D. Generate a new application definition for TeamSite1.
E. Update the existing application key.
One of the security aspects of Windows Azure storage is that all access is protected by access keys. It is possible to change the access keys (e.g. if the keys become compromised), and if changed, we’d need to update the application to have the new key.
You administer a DirSync server configured with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). You need to provision a user in Azure AD without waiting for the default DirSync synchronization interval. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
A. Restart the DirSync server.
B. Run the Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync PowerShell cmdlet.
C. Run the Enable-SyncShare PowerShell cmdlet.
D. Run the Azure AD Sync tool Configuration Wizard.
E. Replicate the Directory in Active Directory Sites and Services.
If you don’t want to wait for the recurring synchronizations that occur every three hours, you can force directory synchronization at any time.
B: Force directory synchronization using Windows PowerShell. You can use the directory synchronization Windows PowerShell cmdlet to force synchronization. The cmdlet is installed when you install the Directory Sync tool. On the computer that is running the Directory Sync tool, start PowerShell, type Import- Module DirSync, and then press ENTER. Type Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync, and then press ENTER.
D: Azure Active Directory Sync Services (AAD Sync) In September 2014 the Microsoft Azure AD Sync tool was released. This changed how manual sync requests are issued. To perform a manual update we now use the DirectorySyncClientCmd.exe tool. The Delta and Initial parameters are added to the command to specify the relevant task. This tool is located in:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Azure AD Sync\Bin
You can use the directory synchronization Windows PowerShell cmdlet to force synchronization. The cmdlet is installed when you install the Directory Sync tool. On the computer that is running the Directory Sync tool, start PowerShell, type Import- Module DirSync, and then press ENTER. Type Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync, and then press ENTER.
You manage an Internet Information Services (IIS) 6 website named contososite1. Contososite1 runs a legacy ASP.NET 1.1 application named LegacyApp1. LegacyApp1 does not contain any integration with any other systems or programming languages. You deploy contososite1 to Azure Web Sites. You need to configure Azure Web Sites. You have the following requirements:
– LegacyApp1 runs correctly.
– The application pool does not recycle.
Which settings should you configure to meet the requirements? To answer, select the appropriate settings in the answer area.
Drag and Drop Question
Your company manages several Azure Web Sites that are running in an existing web- hosting plan named plan1. You need to move one of the websites, named contoso, to a new web-hosting plan named plan2. Which Azure PowerShell cmdlet should you use with each PowerShell command line? To answer, drag the appropriate Azure PowerShell cmdlet to the correct location in the PowerShell code. Each PowerShell 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.
You administer an Azure Web Site named contosoweb that is used to sell various products. Contosoweb experiences heavy traffic during weekends. You need to analyze the response time of the product catalog page during peak times, from different locations. What should you do?
A. Configure endpoint monitoring.
B. Add the Requests metric.
C. Turn on Failed Request Tracing.
D. Turn on Detailed Error Messages.
Endpoint monitoring configures web tests from geo-distributed locations that test response time and uptime of web URLs. The test performs an HTTP get operation on the web URL to determine the response time and uptime from each location. Each configured location runs a test every five minutes. After you configure endpoint monitoring, you can drill down into the individual endpoints to view details response time and uptime status over the monitoring interval from each of the test location.
You manage an Azure Web Site for a consumer-product company. The website runs in Standard mode on a single medium instance. You expect increased traffic to the website due to an upcoming sale during a holiday weekend. You need to ensure that the website performs optimally when user activity is at its highest. Which option should you select? To answer, select the appropriate option in the answer area.
Note: The `small’ instance is selected. This setting would be for the weekdays. Then you would select a larger instance for the `weekend’ schedule setting to cover the increased activity.
Your company has a subscription to Azure. You configure your contoso.com domain to use a private Certificate Authority. You deploy a web site named MyApp by using the Shared (Preview) web hosting plan. You need to ensure that clients are able to access the MyApp website by using https. What should you do?
A. Back up the Site and import into a new website.
B. Use the internal Certificate Authority and ensure that clients download the certificate chain.
C. Add custom domain SSL support to your current web hosting plan.
D. Change the web hosting plan to Standard.
Enabling HTTPS for a custom domain is only available for the Standard web hosting plan mode of Azure websites.
Drag and Drop Question
You administer an Azure Web Site named contosoweb that uses a production database. You deploy changes to contosoweb from a deployment slot named contosoweb-staging. You discover issues in contosoweb that are affecting customer data. You need to resolve the issues in contosoweb while ensuring minimum downtime for users. You swap contosoweb to contosoweb-staging. Which four steps should you perform next in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
Drag and Drop Question
You manage an Azure Web Site named salessite1. You notice some performance issues with salessite1. You create a new database for salessite1. You need to update salessite1 with the following changes, in the order shown:
1. Display the list of current connection strings.
2. Create a new connection string named conn1 with a value of:
User [email protected];
Connec tion Timeout=30;.
3. Download the application logs for analysis.
Which three xplat-cli commands should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate commands from the list of commands to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
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