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You are in the process of designing an Azure WebJob that supports remote debugging. You want to make use of a suitable WebJob type.
Solution: You configure the use of the Continuous WebJob type.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: A

You are making use of Azure technologies to design a workflow solution. You need to make sure that Visual Studio can be used to debug the solution.
Solution: You should make use of Logic Apps.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: B

You have an Azure subscription that contains 20 virtual machines. The virtual machines require authenticated access to several Azure resources. You need to ensure that the virtual machines can authenticate by using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
Solution: You configure the Access control (IAM) settings for each virtual machine.
Does this meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: B
Instead configure the Identity settings for each virtual machine.

You have two Hyper-V hosts named Host1 and Host2. Host1 has an Azure virtual machine named VM1 that was deployed by using a custom Azure Resource Manager template. You need to move VM1 to Host2. What should you do?

A.    From the Update management blade, click Enable.
B.    From the Overview blade, move VM1 to a different subscription.
C.    From the Redeploy blade, click Redeploy.
D.    From the Profile blade, modify the usage location.

Answer: C
When you redeploy a VM, it moves the VM to a new node within the Azure infrastructure and then powers it back on, retaining all your configuration options and associated resources.

You are creating an Azure key vault using PowerShell. Objects deleted from the key vault must be kept for a set period of 90 days. Which two of the following parameters must be used in conjunction to meet the requirement? (Choose two.)

A.    EnabledForDeployment
B.    EnablePurgeProtection
C.    EnabledForTemplateDeployment
D.    EnableSoftDelete

Answer: BD

Your network consists of physical and virtual servers located in a datacenter and a public cloud hosted on Microsoft Azure. The Development department develops a custom application named CorpApp1. The application is hosted in Azure Cloud Services. The developers release an updated version of CorpApp1. You need to deploy the updated version of CorpApp1 to Azure cloud services to allow for testing. You need to meet the following requirements:
– During testing, the current version of CorpApp1 must remain online.
– After testing, the new version must replace the current version as the live version with the minimum amount of downtime.
– When the new version is live, the old version must remain available for a period of time to be redeployed in the event of problems with the new version.
– The solution must minimize costs, administrative effort and application downtime.
Which of the following actions should you perform? (Choose two.)

A.    Deploy the new application to a new cloud service.
B.    Deploy the new application to the production area.
C.    Deploy the new application to the staging area.
D.    Move the old version of the application to a new cloud service.
E.    Move the new version of the application to the production area.
F.    Move the old version of the application to the staging area.
G.    Perform a Virtual IP swap.

Answer: CG
Once you have uploaded the compiled package to Azure Storage, you would create a new staging deployment. You can then provide the URL to the development team. Once approved, you would promote the new deployment to production by performing a VIP swap. You can then stop the instance of the old production deployment and keep it at hand in the staging slot.

Your company has a web app named WebApp1. You are making use of the WebJobs SDK to design a triggered App Service background task that automatically invokes a function in the code every time new data is received in a queue. You are preparing to configure the service processes a queue data item. Which of the following is the service you should use?

A.    Logic Apps
B.    WebJobs
C.    Flow
D.    Functions

Answer: B

You have an Azure subscription that contains a general purpose v2 storage account named storage1. In storage1, you create a file share named share1. You need to control access to share1 by using Azure role-based access control (Azure RBAC). What should you do first?

A.    Configure data protection for storage1.
B.    Generate a shared access signature (SAS) for storage1.
C.    Domain join storage1.

Answer: C
Storage1 needs to be in the domain. Note: To register your storage account with AD DS, create an account representing it in your AD DS. You can think of this process as if it were like creating an account representing an on-premises Windows file server in your AD DS. When the feature is enabled on the storage account, it applies to all new and existing file shares in the account.

You have a network security group (NSG) named nsg1 that has the rules shown in the following exhibit:
Users on the internet report that they fail to connect to the servers on the virtual network. You need to ensure that the users can connect to the servers by using the Remote Desktop client. What should you do?

A.    Modify the protocol for the RDP rule.
B.    Modify the port for the RDP rule.
C.    Create a new inbound security rule.
D.    Modify the source network for the RDP rule.

Answer: C
User on the internet cannot connect to the servers on the vnet using RDP because there is no inbound rule allowing RDP from the internet.

You have an Azure subscription that contains the resources shown in the following table:
You need to recommend an authorization mechanism for controlling access to blob1. The solution must ensure that access to blob1 can be configured without affecting the other resources in storage1. What should you recommend? (To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.)

Box 1: A stored access policy and a service shared access signature (SAS). A stored access policy provides an additional level of control over service-level shared access signatures (SAS) on the server side. Establishing a stored access policy serves to group shared access signatures and to provide additional restrictions for signatures that are bound by the policy.
Box 2: Modify the stored access signature (SAS). You can use a stored access policy to change the start time, expiry time, or permissions for a signature, or to revoke it after it has been issued.

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You have enabled multi-factor authentication for an administrator, who makes use of a web browser to access the Azure portal. This allows for the administrator to use added security verifications when accessing the Azure portal. Which of the following are the added security verifications that the administrator is able to use? (Answer by dragging the correct option from the list to the answer area.)


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You have an Azure Synapse instance named AS1 and an Azure Cosmos DB SQL API account named CDB1. CDB1 hosts a container that stores continuously updated operational data. You plan to use AS1 to analyze the operational data daily. You need to configure CDB1 to support the analysis by AS1. The solution must meet the following requirements:
– Ensure that AS1 can analyze the operational data without reducing the performance of operations.
– Ensure that the analyzed data is deleted automatically.
Which three 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 a container that has the analytic store enabled. Create an analytical store enabled container. You can turn on analytical store when creating an Azure Cosmos DB container by using one of the following options:
– Sign in to the Azure portal or the Azure Cosmos DB Explorer.
– Navigate to your Azure Cosmos DB account and open the Data Explorer tab.
– Select New Container and enter a name for your database, container, partition key and throughput details. Turn on the Analytical store option.
– If you have previously not enabled Synapse Link on this account, it will prompt you to do so because it’s a pre-requisite to create an analytical store enabled container.
Step 2: Enable Synapse link. Azure Synapse Link allows you to directly access Azure Cosmos DB analytical store using Azure Synapse Analytics without complex data movement. Any updates made to the operational data are visible in the analytical store in near real-time with no ETL or change feed jobs.
Step 3: Modify the TTL parameter of the container. After you enable the analytical store, it creates a container with analytical TTL property set to the default value of -1 (infinite retention). This setting can be changed later.


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