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Hotspot Question
You need to configure the hybrid SharePoint environments. In the table below, identify the features that you must deploy to each environment. (NOTE: Make only one selection in each column. Each correct selection is worth one point.)

Dallas: You must support OneDrive for Business, Site following, Profiles, and the Extensible app launcher (= Hybrid Site Features).
Seattle: You must support only OneDrive for Business and Profiles (= Hybrid OneDrive for Business).

Drag and Drop Question
You need to implement the server environment for Seattle. Where should you deploy the server roles? (To answer, drag the appropriate server or servers to the correct roles. Each server or set of servers 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.)

Hotspot Question
You need to plan the Atlanta farm deployment. Which file systems should you use? (To answer, select the appropriate file system from each list in the answer area.)


You are a SharePoint Administrator for Contoso, Ltd. While doing weekly maintenance you discover that a web application at has an orphan site. The orphan site is located in the WSS_Content database. You need to resolve the issue. What should you do?

A.    Run the following Windows PowerShell command: $wa = Get-SPWebApplicationhttp://$wa.Sites.SyncRoot
B.    In Central Administration, select the web application.
Select the database that contains the orphaned site. Select Remove database and click OK.
Run the Windows PowerShell cmdlet: Dismount-SPContentDB.
C.    Run the following Windows PowerShell command: $ContentDb = “WSS_Content”$db = Get- SPDatabase | where {$ ­eq $ContentDb}Remove-SPContentDatabase $dbMount- SPContentDatabase ­WebApplicaion­Name $ContentDb
D.    Run the following Windows PowerShell command: $wa = Get-SPWebApplicationhttp://$wa.Sites[0].Dispose();

Answer: B

You are preparing to migrate content from your SharePoint Server 2016 farm to a new location. All content is hosted within a single web application across 150 site collections. You have the following requirements:
– Users must be able to view existing content during the migration, but must not make changes.
– You must minimize the amount of time that the migration takes.
– You must return all access rights to their previous state once migration is complete.
You need to configure the SharePoint site collections. What should you configure?

A.    an information management policy
B.    privacy options
C.    Read only access for content
D.    alternate access mappings
E.    a user policy

Answer: C

You are the SharePoint administrator for a company. You plan to deploy the SharePoint sites that will be accessible from the company portal. You create the following sites:
A user named User1 will manage the sites. You must prevent all users except for User1 from creating sites and subsites. User1 must be able to delegate management of List permissions to other users. You designate a user in each division as a lead for that division’s site. You need to allow the designated lead in a division to manage their division’s site while minimizing administrative effort. What should you do?

A.    For each site, addthe designated divisional user account to the Team owners group for that divisions’ site.
B.    Add all divisional user accounts to the portal site’s Team Owners group.
C.    Create a new SharePoint group on the Portal site namedSP Division Managers.
Grant theDesign permission to the group and add all designated divisional lead user accounts into the group.
D.    Add the designated divisional user account for each divisional site and grant each user the Design permission.
E.    Add all the designated divisional useraccount to the portal site and grant each user the Design permission.

Answer: D

You manage a SharePoint 2016 farm. You need to import user profiles and photos from Active Directory to the SharePoint 2016 farm. Which tool or service should you use?

A.    User Profile service application
B.    Active Directory Import
C.    Microsoft Identity Manager
D.    Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager

Answer: A

You have an existing SharePoint 2016 on-premises environment. You use document libraries as file archives. Users report that they cannot upload documents larger than 3 gigabytes (GB). You need to ensure that users can upload any type of file up to 4GB in size. What should you do?

A.    On each front-end server in the farm, locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WebClientParameters.
Set the value of the FileSizeLimitInBytes key to 4294967295.
Then, restart the Web Client service.
B.    In SharePoint Central Administration, change the value of the Maximum Upload Size property for the web application.
C.    Run the following Windows PowerShell command: $WebApp.MaximumFileSizePerExtension.Add (“MaxFileSize”, 4096000)
D.    Add the following markup to the web.config file for the web application: <httpRuntime executionTimeout =”999999″ maxRequestLength=”4096000″ requestValidationMode=”2.0″ />

Answer: B

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