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SHAREPOINT 2010 MCQ’s 1. You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You discover that the online presence information of users is displayed. You need to remove the online presence information. What should you do? A. From Central Admin, modify the User Policy settings. B. From CA, modify the Web Application general Settings C. From User profile service application, modify the user properties settings. D. From user profile service application, modify the publish links to office client app settings. B. From Central Administration, modify the Web Application General Settings 2. You need to view the contents of an unattached content database. You want to achieve this goal while using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What tool should you use? A. Central Administration B. MS SQL Server Mgmt Studio C. spmetal.exe D. stscfg.exe B. MS SQL Server Mgmt Studio 3. You have a SharePoint 2010 server farm. You attempt to enable the SP server publishing feature on a site and receive the following message: "The feature you are trying to activate is from the scope Web. It has a dependency on another feature in the site scope which is a hidden feature." You need to ensure that you can enable the SP pub feature. What should you do first? A. Run the install-spfeature cmdlet B. Run stsadm.exe and specify the installfeature operation C. From site settings, configure search scopes D. From site settings, configure site collection features D. From Site Settings, Configure Site collection features.

4. You have a SP farm. You need to ensure that you can restore the contents of a list without restoring an entire site. You want to achieve this goal while using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do? A. From Central Administration, export the list B. From CA, perform a full backup C. From MS SQL Server Mgmt studio, configure differencial backups D. From the SP 2010 mgmt shell, run the backup-spfarm cmdlet A. From Central Administration, export the list 5. You have a web application named Webapp1. It has a single content database. You need to prevent users from modifying the content in WebApp1. Users must be able to view the content. What should you do? A. From Central Admin, change the database status B. From CA, modify the web app general settings. C. From MS SQL Server mgmt studio, configure the db to be read only. D. From SP Mgmt shell, run the set-spwebapplication cmdlet C. From MS SQL Server mgmt studio, configure the db to be read only. 6. You need to ensure that users can send e-mail messages to document libraries. What should you do? A. From central admin, configure the incoming e-mail settings B. From CA, configure the web application outgoing email settings C. From document library settings, modify the custom send to destination value D. From site settings, activate the e-mail integration with content organizer feature B. From CA, configure the web application outgoing email settings 7. You have a SP solution installed at the farm level. You need to deploy the SP solution to a web app. What should you do? A. From site settings, modify the solutions Gallery settings. B. From CA, modify the solutions management settings C. From CA, modify the web application general settings

D. From CA, modify the user solution management settings B. From CA, modify the solutions management settings 8. You need to assign a cache profile for authenticated users. What should you do? A. From CA, create a new user policy B. From Site settings, modify the site collection object cache. C. From Site settings, modify the site collection output cache. D. From site settings,modify the site collection cache profiles C. From Site settings, modify the site collection output cache. 9. You have a SP web application named portal. Portal is configured to use NTLM authentication. From CA, you configure Portal to use Kerberos authentication. You need to ensure that Kerberos auth can be used to authenticate Portal. Which tool should you use? A. appcmd.exe B. psconfig.exe C. setspn.exe D. stsadm.exe C. setspn.exe 10.Your server farm has two web servers named server 1 and server2. Server1 custom sharepoint user solutions are deployed in the farm. You need to ensure that all SharePoint user solutions execute on Server 1 only. What should you do. A. Modify the farm solutions settings B. Modfy the User solutions settings C. stop the web analytics processing service on server 2 D. stop the MS Sharepoint foundation sandboxed code service on Server 2 D. stop the MS Sharepoint foundation sandboxed code service on Server 2 11.You need to change the location of the usage data collection log files on your farm. What should you do? A. From central admin, configure diagnostic logging

B. From CA, configure usage and health data collection C. From the SharePoint 2010 management shell, run the new-spusagelogfile cmdlet D. From the SharePoint mangement shell, fun the set-spdiagnosticconfig cmdlet A. From central admin, configure diagnostic logging 12.Your farm has a web app named webapp1 and a site collection named site 1. Users deploy several SharePoint user solutions to Site1. You need to view the average resource usage of the SP user solutions for the last 14 days. What should you view? A. the general settings of webapp1 B. the site web analytics reports of site1 C. the content of the solution gallery of site1 D. the health reports of Webapp1 from central administration A. the general settings of webapp1 13.You have a SP site. You need to back up a fist from the site to meet the following requirements: Back up the permissions, Back up the version history info, Minimize the time to perform the backup. What should you do? A. From the command prompt, run stsadm.exe and specify the backup operation B. From the list settings select Save Document Library as Template C. From the list, select library Tools and then select export to excel. D. From Central administration, open the site or List export page and start an export. A. From the command prompt, run stsadm.exe and specify the backup operation 14.You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You need to enable trace logging for the Search service. What should you configure? A. diagnostic logging B. the Health Analyzer rule definitions C. the Search service application

D. usage and health data collection A. diagnostic logging 15.You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server that contains two Web servers named Server1 and Server2. You discover that the average CPU utilization on Server1 is 99 percent and the average CPU utilization on Server2 is 1 percent. You need to decrease CPU utilization on Server1. What should you do? A. Create an additional application pool. B. Create an extended Web application zone. C. Configure Windows Network Load Balancing. D. Configure the maximum number of worker processes C. Configure Windows Network Load Balancing. 16.You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You modify the Web application default settings to prevent views from displaying more than 2,000 Items. You discover a custom SharePoint user solution that contains a custom Web Part display with more than 2,000 items. You need to prevent all Web Parts from displaying more than 2,000 items. What should you do? A. From Library Settings, modify the Validation Settings. B. From Library Settings, modify the Per-location view settings. C. From Central Administration, modify the Resource Throttling settings. D. From Central Administration, modify the User Solutions Management settings. C. From Central Administration, modify the Resource Throttling settings. 17.You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You create two site collections named Site1 and Site2 that use the same template. You update the content and several Web Part pages in Site1. You need to ensure that all changes in Site1 are automatically copied to Site2 every night. What should you do? A. Create a content deployment path. B. Configure the Data Retrieval Service. C. Configure the default backup and restore settings. D. Modify the content database settings. A. Create a content deployment path.

18.A site collection is a set of Web sites that have the same owner and share administration settings. Each site collection contains a top-level Web site and can contain one or more subsites. Site collections introduce several sharing and isolation opportunities that affect permissions, navigation, and feature deployment.Which of the following items can be shared within a site collection but NOT shared across site collections (without using the file system)? A. Master pages B. All of these C. Site templates D. Page layouts B. All of these 19.Your choice of SharePoint 2010 authentication methods will primarily be driven by the security context of your application. Understanding the advantages, recommendations, and tradeoffs for each specific authentication method can help you to determine which methods to use in your environment. Which of the following authentication methods suffers from the following tradeoff: Requires customization of the Web.config file. A. Windows B. FBA C. None of these D. Claims B. FBA 20.The mobile alert feature is very similar to the outgoing e-mail alerts feature but instead of receiving alerts via e-mail when changes are made in a SharePoint list or item, users receive the alerts on their mobile phones via SMS. The mobile alert feature enables users to react quickly when they receive an SMS

alert that an item in a SharePoint list has changed.Which of the following information is incorrect regarding setting up mobile alerts? A. You need a root certificate from a service provider B. The Service account needs to have permission to access the internet C. You configure mobile accounts using the E-Mail and Text Messages (SMS) section of Central Administration D. You need the HTTP URL of the Text Message Service D. You need the HTTP URL of the Text Message Service 21.SharePoint Server 2010 is a distributed application that is logically divided into three tiers: the front-end Web server tier, the application server tier, and the back-end database tier. Each tier is a trusted subsystem and authentication can be required for access to each tierWhich of the following authentication methods is subject to replay attacks for the lifetime of the cookie, unless using SSL Transport Layer Security (TLS)? A. WindowsClaims B. Forms-based authentication C. None of these D. Claims B. Forms-based authentication 22.In SharePoint 2010, a Web application is composed of an Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site that acts as a logical unit for the site collections that you create. Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding Web applications? A. Before you can create a site collection, you must first create a Web application B. You can create only one zone within a Web application e.g. intranet

C. When you create a new Web application, you also create a new content database D. A web application can have either a unique or shared application pool B. You can create only one zone within a Web application e.g. intranet 23.Your manager has asked you to create a new SharePoint site using one of the built in templates. He wants a site that provides lists for tracking attendees, providing directions, and storing pictures of the event.Which template would be best? A. Social Meeting Workspace B. Team Site C. Group Work Site D. Basic Meeting Workspace A. Social Meeting Workspace 24.Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and the Microsoft Office 2010 suites include Microsoft Business Connectivity Services, which are a set of services and features that provide a way to connect SharePoint solutions to sources of external data.Which term describes an XML file that defines an object, such as Customer, Order, or Contact, that can be used in a business application? A. BDC model B. Connector model C. Sandbox model D. External content type D. External content type

25.Content Databases form part of the SharePoint 2010 logical architecture and you need to know them pretty well if you want to master SharePoint. Content Databases reside on a SQL Server instance and we can attach, detach, backup and restore databases to manage our SharePoint deployment.Which of the following is FALSE regarding Content Databases? A. By default, all content for a Web application is stored in one content database B. A single site collection can span multiple databases C. A content database can include one or more site collections D. You can separate content into multiple content databases at the site collection level B. A single site collection can span multiple databases 26.Microsoft recommends that you regularly back up the complete farm by backing up both the configuration and content. Regularly backing up the farm reduces the possibility of data losses that might occur from hardware failures, power outages, or other problems. It is a simple process and helps to ensure that all the farm data and configurations are available for recovery, if that is required. Which of the following IS backed up when you backup a Sharepoint 2010 farm? A. BDC service external content type definitions B. BDC service data sources C. Certificates used to form trust relationships D. None of these A. BDC service external content type definitions 27.Microsoft Office Web Apps is the online companion to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote applications that enables users to access documents

from anywhere. Users can view, share, and work on documents together with other users online across personal computers, mobile telephones, and the WebIn SharePoint 2010, you can configure whether browser-enabled documents are opened in a client application or in the browser. Which of the follow scenarios will cause a document to be opened in the browser? A. OpenInClient feature is not present and Office Web Apps is not installed B. None of these C. OpenInClient Feature is present and enabled, and Office Web Apps service applications are activated D. OpenInClient feature is not present, Office Web Apps is installed and Office Web Apps service applications are activated D. OpenInClient feature is not present, Office Web Apps is installed and Office Web Apps service applications are activated 28.SharePoint Server 2010 is a distributed application that is logically divided into three tiers: the front-end Web server tier, the application server tier, and the back-end database tier. Each tier is a trusted subsystem and authentication can be required for access to each tierWhich of the following authentication methods is subject to replay attacks for the lifetime of the cookie, unless using SSL Transport Layer Security (TLS)? A. WindowsClaims B. Forms-based authentication C. None of these D. Claims B. Forms-based authentication 29.Microsoft Search Server 2010 content databases can grow to be very large. Therefore, you might want to back them up separately from farm backups. Regularly backing up content databases reduces data losses that might occur from hardware failures, power outages, or other problems.Study the PowerShell

command below and select the parameter which is missing to backup a Content database:Backup-SPFarm -Directory -BackupMethod Full A. Item B. ConfigurationOnly C. AssignmentCollection D. None of these A. Item 30.Language packs enable site owners and site collection administrators to create SharePoint sites and site collections in multiple languages without requiring separate installations of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.Which of the following is FALSE regarding language packs? A. Language packs are bundled into multilingual installation packages such as European English, French, Spanish and German. B. You cannot change an existing site, site collection, or Web page from one language to another by applying different language-specific site templates. C. If you are uninstalling SharePoint Server 2010, you must uninstall all language packs before you uninstall SharePoint Server 2010. D. By default, when a site owner creates a new Web page in a site, the site displays text in the language that is specified by the language ID. A. Language packs are bundled into multilingual installation packages such as European English, French, Spanish and German. 31.Your company has been using SharePoint 2007 successfully for the past 3 years but the time has come to upgrade to the nicer features of SharePoint 2010. You have chosen to perform an in place upgrade from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010.Which of the following in place upgrades is NOT possible? A. Stand-alone server with SQL 2005 Express TO Stand-alone server with SQL 2008 Express

B. Stand-alone server with SQL 2005 Express TO SharePoint 2010 farm C. SharePoint 2007 farm TO SharePoint 2010 farm D. Single SharePoint 2007 server with SQL Server TO Single SharePoint 2010 server with SQL Server B. Stand-alone server with SQL 2005 Express TO SharePoint 2010 farm 32.Maintaining backups of SharePoint data is useful for routine purposes, such as copying a database from one server to another, setting up database mirroring, archiving for governmental purposes, and disaster recovery.Which of the following cmdlets would you use to backup a SharePoint Web application? A. Backup-SPFarm B. Backup-SPConfigurationDatabase C. None of these D. Backup-SPSite B. Backup-SPConfigurationDatabase 33.When discussing keywords in SharePoint 2010, what used to be called "managed keywords" in SharePoint 2007 is now called: A. Enterprise Keywords B. SharePoint 2010 Keywords C. Keyword terms D. Keyword metadata A. Enterprise Keywords 34.True or False when discussing management metadata connections: On a web application, services can be local to the web app or remote True

35.When referring to managed metadata, A word or phrase that can be associated with a objects in SP 2010 are called ______ Terms 36.What is the maxium number of objects per term store? 1 million 37.A collection of terms that are arranged into and stored as a hierachy or a flat list are called ______ _____ Term Sets SHAREPOINT BASIC INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: Basic Intro SharePoint Architecture Questions 1) What are Web Applications in SharePoint? An IIS Web site created and used by SharePoint 2010. Saying an IIS virtual server is also an acceptable answer. 2) What is an application pool? A group of one or more URLs that are served by a particular worker process or set of worker processes. 3) Why are application pools important? They provide a way for multiple sites to run on the same server but still have their own worker processes and identity. 4) What are zones? Different logical paths (URLs meaning) of gaining access to the same SharePoint Web application. 5) What are Web Application Policies? Enables security policy for users at the Web application level, rather than at the site collection or site level. Importantly, they override all other security settings. 6) What is a site collection? A site collection contains a top-level website and can contain one or more sub-sites web sites that have the same owner and share administration settings. 7) What are content databases? A content database can hold all the content for one or more site collections. 8) What is a site? A site in SharePoint contains Web pages and related assets such as lists, all hosted within a site collection. 9) What are My Sites? Specialized SharePoint sites personalized and targeted for each user. 10) What is the difference between Classic mode authentication and Claims-based authentication?

As the name implies, classic authentication supports NT authentication types like Kerberos, NTLM, Basic, Digest, and anonymous. Claims based authentication uses claims identities against a against a trusted identity provider. 11) When would you use claims, and when would you use classic? Classic is more commonly seen in upgraded 2007 environments whereas claims are the recommended path for new deployments. 12) Describe the potential components for both a single server, and multiple servers, potentially several tiered farms: A single-server SharePoint Server 2010 environment leverages a built-in SQL Server 2008 Express database. The problems with this environment is scalability, not being able to install the with built-in database on a domain controller, the database cannot be larger than 4 GB, and you cannot use User Profile Synchronization in a single server with built-in database installation. An example of a multiple tier farm would be a three-tier topology, considered one of the more efficient physical and logical layouts to supports scaling out or scaling up and provides better distribution of services across the member servers of the farm. This is considered a good architecture since one can add Web servers to the Web tier, add app servers to the application tier, and add database servers to the database tier. SharePoint Backup and Restore Questions 13) What are some of the tools that can be used when backing up a SharePoint 2010 environment?  SharePoint farm backup and recovery  SQL Server  System Center Data Protection Manager 14) What Microsoft tool can be used for incremental backups? System Center Data Protection Manager Managed Metadata Questions 15) What is Managed Metadata? Managed metadata is a hierarchical collection of centrally managed terms that you can define, and then use as attributes for items. 16) What are Terms and Term Sets? A term is a word or a phrase that can be associated with an item. A term set is a collection of related terms. 17) How do Terms And Term Sets relate to Managed Metadata? Managed metadata is a way of referring to the fact that terms and term sets can be created and managed independently from the columns themselves. 18) Are there different types of Term Sets? There are Local Term Sets and Global Term Sets, one created within the context of a site collection and the other created outside the context of a site collection, respectively. 19) How are terms created and used? There are several ways; however the most common is to use the Term Store Management Tool. 20) How is Managed Metadata, and the related Term technology used? Through the UI, the most common use is through the managed metadata list column which allows you to specify the term set to use. It also related to searching and enhancing the user search experience. Sandbox Solutions Questions 21) What is a sandboxed solution? Components that are deployed to run within the sandboxed process rather than running in the production Internet Information Services (IIS) worker process. 22) What are some examples of things that might run within the SharePoint sandbox?

Any of the following are acceptable answers: Web Parts Event receivers Feature receivers Custom Microsoft SharePoint Designer workflow activities Microsoft InfoPath business logic others…. 23) Why are sandboxed solutions used? Primarily because they promote high layers of isolation. By default they run within a rights-restricted, isolated process based around Code Access Security (CAS). Isolation is possible to increase with activities like running the sandboxing service on only specific SharePoint 2010 servers. SharePoint Search Questions 24) What is a content source in relation to SharePoint search? What’s the minimum amount of content sources? A content source is a set of options that you can use to specify what type of content is crawled, what URLs to crawl, and how deep and when to crawl. You must create at least one content source before a crawl can occur. 25) What is a search scope? A search scope defines a subset of information in the search index. Users can select a search scope when performing a search. 26) What is a federated location with SharePoint search? Federated locations provide information that exists outside of your internal network to your end-users. 27) How does managed metadata affect search? Enhances the end-user search experience by mapping crawled properties to managed properties. Managed properties show up in search results and help users perform more successful queries. 28) What is query logging in SharePoint 2010? Collects information about user search queries and search results that users select on their computers to improve the relevancy of search results and to improve query suggestions. 29) What authentication type does the SharePoint crawler use? The crawl component requires access to content using NTLM authentication. Services Architecture Questions 30) Please describe what a Service Application is in SharePoint 2010. Service applications in SharePoint 2010 are a set of services that can possibly be shared across Web applications. Some of these services may or may not be shared across the SharePoint 2010 farm. The reason these applications are shared is the overall reduction of resources required to supply the functionality these services cultivate. 31) Please provide an example of one of these service applications. Any of the below are acceptable answers: Access Services Business Data Connectivity service Excel Services Application Managed Metadata service PerformancePoint Service Application Search service Secure Store Service State service Usage and Health Data Collection service User Profile service

Visio Graphics Service Web Analytics service Word Automation Services Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service 32) What are Service Application Groups used for? Just provides a logical grouping of services that are scoped to a particular Web Application. 33) How are Service Applications deployed in terms of IIS (Internet Information Services)? They are provisioned as a single Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site. 34) Explain how connections are managed with Service Applications. A virtual entity is used that is referred to as a proxy, due to label in PowerShell. 35) What are some common examples of SharePoint 2010 services architectures, and what are the advantages of each design? The three most popular designs are single farms with either a single service application group or multiple service application groups, or Enterprise services farms. Single farms with a single service application group are generally the most common, and have the advantages of easy deployment, simple service application allocation, effective resource utilization and cohesive management. Single farms with multiple service application groups is less common, and have the advantage of potential individual management of service applications as well as allowing data isolation, and while being more complex to deploy and maintain allows targeting of sites to particular service applications. Enterprise Service Farms is pretty uncommon as it is a complete farm dedicated to Service Applications but promotes autonomous management and high levels of data isolation. 36) Are there any other type of relevant service architectures? Depending on the environment requirements, a specialized farm can also be used in order to deploy specific services tailored to the organizational requirements which can aid in scaling out and conservation of resources. 37) What is the User Profile service? Allows configuring and managing User profile properties, Audiences, Profile synchronization settings, organization browsing and management settings, and My Site settings. 38) What are User Profiles? Aggregates properties from diverse identity content sources together to create unified and consistent profiles across an organization, used throughout the SharePoint environment. 39) What is Excel Services? Allows sharing, securing, managing, and using Excel 2010 workbooks in a SharePoint Server Web site or document library. Excel Services consists of the Excel Calculation Services (ECS), Microsoft Excel Web Access (EWA), and Excel Web Services (EWS) components. 40) What is PerformancePoint Services? Allows users to monitor and analyze a business by building dashboards, scorecards, and key performance indicators (KPIs). 41) What is Visio Services? Allows users to share and view Microsoft Visio Web drawings. The service also enables data-connected Microsoft Visio 2010 Web drawings to be refreshed and updated from various data sources. 42) What is Access Services? Allows users to edit, update, and create linked Microsoft Access 2010 databases that can be viewed and manipulated by using an internet browser, the Access client, or a linked HTML page. 43) What is the Secure Store Service (SSS)? A secure database for storing credentials that are associated with application IDs 44) What is Content Deployment?

Content deployment enables you to copy content from a source site collection to a destination site collection. Backup / DR Questions 45) Describe how redundancy can be built into a SharePoint environment. Please be specific in regards to any auxiliary components. Multiple front-end web servers (WFE’s) can be deployed and correlated through Windows NLB or anything approach. Application servers can be deployed into the farm for a variety of purposes, depending on organizational requirements. Databases can be clustered or mirrored, again depending on requirements and environment. 46) From a basic standpoint, what is the difference between SQL clustering and mirroring? Clustering provides a failover scenario whereby one or more nodes can be swapped as active depending on whether a node goes down. In mirroring, transactions are sent directly from a principal database and server to a mirror database to establish essentially a replica of the database. Governance Questions 47) What Is Governance in terms of SharePoint 2010? Governance is the set of policies, roles, responsibilities, and processes that guide, direct, and control how an organization’s business divisions and IT teams cooperate to achieve business goals. 48) What are some useful, OOB features of SharePoint that aid with governance of an environment? Any of the below are acceptable answers. There are some others but these are the major ones that I generally look for from a candidate: Site templates – consistent branding, site structure, and layout can be enforce a set of customizations that are applied to a site definition. Quotas – limits to the amount of storage a site collection can use. Locks - prevent users from either adding content to a site collection or using the site collection. Web application permissions and policies – comprehensive security settings that apply to all users and groups for all site collections within a Web application. Self-service site creation - enables users to create their own site collections, thus must be incorporated into a governance scheme. Monitoring Questions 49) Describe the monitoring features that are baked into SharePoint 2010. Diagnostic logging captures data about the state of the system, whereas health and usage data collection uses specific timer jobs to perform monitoring tasks, collecting information about:  Performance Counter Fata  Event Log Data  Timer Service Data  Metrics For Site Collections and Sites  Search Usage Data General Workflow Questions 50) What is a declarative workflow? Can non-authenticated users participate in workflows? Workflows created by using Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010, the default setting enables deployment of declarative workflows. Yes, however you do not give non-authorized users access to the site. The e- mail message and attachments sent from notifications might contain sensitive information

SHAREPOINT 2010 MCQ’s 1. You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You discover that the online presence information of users is displayed. You need to remove the online presence information. What should you do? A. From Central Admin, modify the User Policy settings. B. From CA, modify the Web Application general Settings C. From User profile service application, modify the user properties settings. D. From user profile service application, modify the publish links to office client app settings. B. From Central Administration, modify the Web Application General Settings 2. You need to view the contents of an unattached content database. You want to achieve this goal while using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What tool should you use? A. Central Administration B. MS SQL Server Mgmt Studio C. spmetal.exe D. stscfg.exe B. MS SQL Server Mgmt Studio 3. You have a SharePoint 2010 server farm. You attempt to enable the SP server publishing feature on a site and receive the following message: "The

feature you are trying to activate is from the scope Web. It has a dependency on another feature in the site scope which is a hidden feature." You need to ensure that you can enable the SP pub feature. What should you do first? A. Run the install-spfeature cmdlet B. Run stsadm.exe and specify the installfeature operation C. From site settings, configure search scopes D. From site settings, configure site collection features D. From Site Settings, Configure Site collection features. 4. You have a SP farm. You need to ensure that you can restore the contents of a list without restoring an entire site. You want to achieve this goal while using the minimum amount of administrative effort. What should you do? A. From Central Administration, export the list B. From CA, perform a full backup C. From MS SQL Server Mgmt studio, configure differencial backups D. From the SP 2010 mgmt shell, run the backup-spfarm cmdlet A. From Central Administration, export the list 5. You have a web application named Webapp1. It has a single content database. You need to prevent users from modifying the content in WebApp1. Users must be able to view the content. What should you do? A. From Central Admin, change the database status

B. From CA, modify the web app general settings. C. From MS SQL Server mgmt studio, configure the db to be read only. D. From SP Mgmt shell, run the set-spwebapplication cmdlet C. From MS SQL Server mgmt studio, configure the db to be read only. 6. You need to ensure that users can send e-mail messages to document libraries. What should you do? A. From central admin, configure the incoming e-mail settings B. From CA, configure the web application outgoing email settings C. From document library settings, modify the custom send to destination value D. From site settings, activate the e-mail integration with content organizer feature B. From CA, configure the web application outgoing email settings 7. You have a SP solution installed at the farm level. You need to deploy the SP solution to a web app. What should you do? A. From site settings, modify the solutions Gallery settings. B. From CA, modify the solutions management settings C. From CA, modify the web application general settings D. From CA, modify the user solution management settings B. From CA, modify the solutions management settings

8. You need to assign a cache profile for authenticated users. What should you do? A. From CA, create a new user policy B. From Site settings, modify the site collection object cache. C. From Site settings, modify the site collection output cache. D. From site settings,modify the site collection cache profiles C. From Site settings, modify the site collection output cache. 9. You have a SP web application named portal. Portal is configured to use NTLM authentication. From CA, you configure Portal to use Kerberos authentication. You need to ensure that Kerberos auth can be used to authenticate Portal. Which tool should you use? A. appcmd.exe B. psconfig.exe C. setspn.exe D. stsadm.exe C. setspn.exe 10. Your server farm has two web servers named server 1 and server2. Server1 custom sharepoint user solutions are deployed in the farm. You need to ensure that all SharePoint user solutions execute on Server 1 only. What should you do. A. Modify the farm solutions settings B. Modfy the User solutions settings C. stop the web analytics processing service on server 2

D. stop the MS Sharepoint foundation sandboxed code service on Server 2 D. stop the MS Sharepoint foundation sandboxed code service on Server 2 11. You need to change the location of the usage data collection log files on your farm. What should you do? A. From central admin, configure diagnostic logging B. From CA, configure usage and health data collection C. From the SharePoint 2010 management shell, run the new-spusagelogfile cmdlet D. From the SharePoint mangement shell, fun the set-spdiagnosticconfig cmdlet A. From central admin, configure diagnostic logging 12. Your farm has a web app named webapp1 and a site collection named site 1. Users deploy several SharePoint user solutions to Site1. You need to view the average resource usage of the SP user solutions for the last 14 days. What should you view? A. the general settings of webapp1 B. the site web analytics reports of site1 C. the content of the solution gallery of site1 D. the health reports of Webapp1 from central administration A. the general settings of webapp1

13. You have a SP site. You need to back up a fist from the site to meet the following requirements: Back up the permissions, Back up the version history info, Minimize the time to perform the backup. What should you do? A. From the command prompt, run stsadm.exe and specify the backup operation B. From the list settings select Save Document Library as Template C. From the list, select library Tools and then select export to excel. D. From Central administration, open the site or List export page and start an export. A. From the command prompt, run stsadm.exe and specify the backup operation 14. You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You need to enable trace logging for the Search service. What should you configure? A. diagnostic logging B. the Health Analyzer rule definitions C. the Search service application D. usage and health data collection A. diagnostic logging 15. You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server that contains two Web servers named Server1 and Server2. You discover that the average CPU utilization on Server1 is 99 percent and the average CPU utilization on Server2 is 1 percent. You need to decrease CPU utilization on Server1. What should you do? A. Create an additional application pool.

B. Create an extended Web application zone. C. Configure Windows Network Load Balancing. D. Configure the maximum number of worker processes C. Configure Windows Network Load Balancing. 16. You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You modify the Web application default settings to prevent views from displaying more than 2,000 Items. You discover a custom SharePoint user solution that contains a custom Web Part display with more than 2,000 items. You need to prevent all Web Parts from displaying more than 2,000 items. What should you do? A. From Library Settings, modify the Validation Settings. B. From Library Settings, modify the Per-location view settings. C. From Central Administration, modify the Resource Throttling settings. D. From Central Administration, modify the User Solutions Management settings. C. From Central Administration, modify the Resource Throttling settings. 17. You have a SharePoint Server 2010 server farm. You create two site collections named Site1 and Site2 that use the same template. You update the content and several Web Part pages in Site1. You need to ensure that all changes in Site1 are automatically copied to Site2 every night. What should you do? A. Create a content deployment path. B. Configure the Data Retrieval Service. C. Configure the default backup and restore settings. D. Modify the content database settings.

A. Create a content deployment path. 18. A site collection is a set of Web sites that have the same owner and share administration settings. Each site collection contains a top-level Web site and can contain one or more subsites. Site collections introduce several sharing and isolation opportunities that affect permissions, navigation, and feature deployment.Which of the following items can be shared within a site collection but NOT shared across site collections (without using the file system)? A. Master pages B. All of these C. Site templates D. Page layouts B. All of these 19. Your choice of SharePoint 2010 authentication methods will primarily be driven by the security context of your application. Understanding the advantages, recommendations, and tradeoffs for each specific authentication method can help you to determine which methods to use in your environment. Which of the following authentication methods suffers from the following tradeoff: Requires customization of the Web.config file.

A. Windows B. FBA C. None of these D. Claims B. FBA 20. The mobile alert feature is very similar to the outgoing e-mail alerts feature but instead of receiving alerts via e-mail when changes are made in a SharePoint list or item, users receive the alerts on their mobile phones via SMS. The mobile alert feature enables users to react quickly when they receive an SMS alert that an item in a SharePoint list has changed.Which of the following information is incorrect regarding setting up mobile alerts? A. You need a root certificate from a service provider B. The Service account needs to have permission to access the internet C. You configure mobile accounts using the E-Mail and Text Messages (SMS) section of Central Administration

D. You need the HTTP URL of the Text Message Service D. You need the HTTP URL of the Text Message Service 21. SharePoint Server 2010 is a distributed application that is logically divided into three tiers: the front-end Web server tier, the application server tier, and the back-end database tier. Each tier is a trusted subsystem and authentication can be required for access to each tierWhich of the following authentication methods is subject to replay attacks for the lifetime of the cookie, unless using SSL Transport Layer Security (TLS)? A. WindowsClaims B. Forms-based authentication C. None of these D. Claims B. Forms-based authentication 22. In SharePoint 2010, a Web application is composed of an Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site that acts as a logical unit for the site collections that you create. Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding Web applications?

A. Before you can create a site collection, you must first create a Web application B. You can create only one zone within a Web application e.g. intranet C. When you create a new Web application, you also create a new content database D. A web application can have either a unique or shared application pool B. You can create only one zone within a Web application e.g. intranet 23. Your manager has asked you to create a new SharePoint site using one of the built in templates. He wants a site that provides lists for tracking attendees, providing directions, and storing pictures of the event.Which template would be best? A. Social Meeting Workspace B. Team Site C. Group Work Site D. Basic Meeting Workspace A. Social Meeting Workspace

24. Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and the Microsoft Office 2010 suites include Microsoft Business Connectivity Services, which are a set of services and features that provide a way to connect SharePoint solutions to sources of external data.Which term describes an XML file that defines an object, such as Customer, Order, or Contact, that can be used in a business application? A. BDC model B. Connector model C. Sandbox model D. External content type D. External content type 25. Content Databases form part of the SharePoint 2010 logical architecture and you need to know them pretty well if you want to master SharePoint. Content Databases reside on a SQL Server instance and we can attach, detach, backup and restore databases to manage our SharePoint deployment.Which of the following is FALSE regarding Content Databases? A. By default, all content for a Web application is stored in one content database

B. A single site collection can span multiple databases C. A content database can include one or more site collections D. You can separate content into multiple content databases at the site collection level B. A single site collection can span multiple databases 26. Microsoft recommends that you regularly back up the complete farm by backing up both the configuration and content. Regularly backing up the farm reduces the possibility of data losses that might occur from hardware failures, power outages, or other problems. It is a simple process and helps to ensure that all the farm data and configurations are available for recovery, if that is required. Which of the following IS backed up when you backup a Sharepoint 2010 farm? A. BDC service external content type definitions B. BDC service data sources C. Certificates used to form trust relationships D. None of these

A. BDC service external content type definitions 27. Microsoft Office Web Apps is the online companion to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote applications that enables users to access documents from anywhere. Users can view, share, and work on documents together with other users online across personal computers, mobile telephones, and the WebIn SharePoint 2010, you can configure whether browser-enabled documents are opened in a client application or in the browser. Which of the follow scenarios will cause a document to be opened in the browser? A. OpenInClient feature is not present and Office Web Apps is not installed B. None of these C. OpenInClient Feature is present and enabled, and Office Web Apps service applications are activated D. OpenInClient feature is not present, Office Web Apps is installed and Office Web Apps service applications are activated D. OpenInClient feature is not present, Office Web Apps is installed and Office Web Apps service applications are activated 28. SharePoint Server 2010 is a distributed application that is logically divided into three tiers: the front-end Web server tier, the application server tier, and the back-end database tier. Each tier is a trusted subsystem and authentication can be required for access to each tierWhich of the following authentication methods

is subject to replay attacks for the lifetime of the cookie, unless using SSL Transport Layer Security (TLS)? A. WindowsClaims B. Forms-based authentication C. None of these D. Claims B. Forms-based authentication 29. Microsoft Search Server 2010 content databases can grow to be very large. Therefore, you might want to back them up separately from farm backups. Regularly backing up content databases reduces data losses that might occur from hardware failures, power outages, or other problems.Study the PowerShell command below and select the parameter which is missing to backup a Content database:Backup-SPFarm -Directory -BackupMethod Full A. Item B. ConfigurationOnly C. AssignmentCollection

D. None of these A. Item 30. Language packs enable site owners and site collection administrators to create SharePoint sites and site collections in multiple languages without requiring separate installations of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.Which of the following is FALSE regarding language packs? A. Language packs are bundled into multilingual installation packages such as European English, French, Spanish and German. B. You cannot change an existing site, site collection, or Web page from one language to another by applying different language-specific site templates. C. If you are uninstalling SharePoint Server 2010, you must uninstall all language packs before you uninstall SharePoint Server 2010. D. By default, when a site owner creates a new Web page in a site, the site displays text in the language that is specified by the language ID. A. Language packs are bundled into multilingual installation packages such as European English, French, Spanish and German. 31. Your company has been using SharePoint 2007 successfully for the past 3 years but the time has come to upgrade to the nicer features of SharePoint 2010.

You have chosen to perform an in place upgrade from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010.Which of the following in place upgrades is NOT possible? A. Stand-alone server with SQL 2005 Express TO Stand-alone server with SQL 2008 Express B. Stand-alone server with SQL 2005 Express TO SharePoint 2010 farm C. SharePoint 2007 farm TO SharePoint 2010 farm D. Single SharePoint 2007 server with SQL Server TO Single SharePoint 2010 server with SQL Server B. Stand-alone server with SQL 2005 Express TO SharePoint 2010 farm 32. Maintaining backups of SharePoint data is useful for routine purposes, such as copying a database from one server to another, setting up database mirroring, archiving for governmental purposes, and disaster recovery.Which of the following cmdlets would you use to backup a SharePoint Web application? A. Backup-SPFarm B. Backup-SPConfigurationDatabase C. None of these

D. Backup-SPSite B. Backup-SPConfigurationDatabase 33. When discussing keywords in SharePoint 2010, what used to be called "managed keywords" in SharePoint 2007 is now called: A. Enterprise Keywords B. SharePoint 2010 Keywords C. Keyword terms D. Keyword metadata A. Enterprise Keywords 34. True or False when discussing management metadata connections: On a web application, services can be local to the web app or remote True 35. When referring to managed metadata, A word or phrase that can be associated with a objects in SP 2010 are called ______ Terms 36. What is the maxium number of objects per term store? 1 million

37. A collection of terms that are arranged into and stored as a hierachy or a flat list are called ______ _____ Term Sets SHAREPOINT BASIC INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: Basic Intro SharePoint Architecture Questions 1) What are Web Applications in SharePoint? An IIS Web site created and used by SharePoint 2010. Saying an IIS virtual server is also an acceptable answer. 2) What is an application pool? A group of one or more URLs that are served by a particular worker process or set of worker processes. 3) Why are application pools important? They provide a way for multiple sites to run on the same server but still have their own worker processes and identity. 4) What are zones? Different logical paths (URLs meaning) of gaining access to the same SharePoint Web application. 5) What are Web Application Policies? Enables security policy for users at the Web application level, rather than at the site collection or site level. Importantly, they override all other security settings. 6) What is a site collection?

A site collection contains a top-level website and can contain one or more sub- sites web sites that have the same owner and share administration settings. 7) What are content databases? A content database can hold all the content for one or more site collections. 8) What is a site? A site in SharePoint contains Web pages and related assets such as lists, all hosted within a site collection. 9) What are My Sites? Specialized SharePoint sites personalized and targeted for each user. 10) What is the difference between Classic mode authentication and Claims- based authentication? As the name implies, classic authentication supports NT authentication types like Kerberos, NTLM, Basic, Digest, and anonymous. Claims based authentication uses claims identities against a against a trusted identity provider. 11) When would you use claims, and when would you use classic? Classic is more commonly seen in upgraded 2007 environments whereas claims are the recommended path for new deployments. 12) Describe the potential components for both a single server, and multiple servers, potentially several tiered farms: A single-server SharePoint Server 2010 environment leverages a built-in SQL Server 2008 Express database. The problems with this environment is scalability, not being able to install the with built-in database on a domain controller, the database cannot be larger than 4 GB, and you cannot use User Profile Synchronization in a single server with built-in database installation. An example of a multiple tier farm would be a three-tier topology, considered one of the more efficient physical and logical layouts to supports scaling out or scaling

up and provides better distribution of services across the member servers of the farm. This is considered a good architecture since one can add Web servers to the Web tier, add app servers to the application tier, and add database servers to the database tier. SharePoint Backup and Restore Questions 13) What are some of the tools that can be used when backing up a SharePoint 2010 environment? • SharePoint farm backup and recovery • SQL Server • System Center Data Protection Manager 14) What Microsoft tool can be used for incremental backups? System Center Data Protection Manager Managed Metadata Questions 15) What is Managed Metadata? Managed metadata is a hierarchical collection of centrally managed terms that you can define, and then use as attributes for items. 16) What are Terms and Term Sets? A term is a word or a phrase that can be associated with an item. A term set is a collection of related terms. 17) How do Terms And Term Sets relate to Managed Metadata? Managed metadata is a way of referring to the fact that terms and term sets can be created and managed independently from the columns themselves. 18) Are there different types of Term Sets?

There are Local Term Sets and Global Term Sets, one created within the context of a site collection and the other created outside the context of a site collection, respectively. 19) How are terms created and used? There are several ways; however the most common is to use the Term Store Management Tool. 20) How is Managed Metadata, and the related Term technology used? Through the UI, the most common use is through the managed metadata list column which allows you to specify the term set to use. It also related to searching and enhancing the user search experience. Sandbox Solutions Questions 21) What is a sandboxed solution? Components that are deployed to run within the sandboxed process rather than running in the production Internet Information Services (IIS) worker process. 22) What are some examples of things that might run within the SharePoint sandbox? Any of the following are acceptable answers: Web Parts Event receivers Feature receivers Custom Microsoft SharePoint Designer workflow activities Microsoft InfoPath business logic others…. 23) Why are sandboxed solutions used?

Primarily because they promote high layers of isolation. By default they run within a rights-restricted, isolated process based around Code Access Security (CAS). Isolation is possible to increase with activities like running the sandboxing service on only specific SharePoint 2010 servers. SharePoint Search Questions 24) What is a content source in relation to SharePoint search? What’s the minimum amount of content sources? A content source is a set of options that you can use to specify what type of content is crawled, what URLs to crawl, and how deep and when to crawl. You must create at least one content source before a crawl can occur. 25) What is a search scope? A search scope defines a subset of information in the search index. Users can select a search scope when performing a search. 26) What is a federated location with SharePoint search? Federated locations provide information that exists outside of your internal network to your end-users. 27) How does managed metadata affect search? Enhances the end-user search experience by mapping crawled properties to managed properties. Managed properties show up in search results and help users perform more successful queries. 28) What is query logging in SharePoint 2010? Collects information about user search queries and search results that users select on their computers to improve the relevancy of search results and to improve query suggestions. 29) What authentication type does the SharePoint crawler use? The crawl component requires access to content using NTLM authentication.

Services Architecture Questions 30) Please describe what a Service Application is in SharePoint 2010. Service applications in SharePoint 2010 are a set of services that can possibly be shared across Web applications. Some of these services may or may not be shared across the SharePoint 2010 farm. The reason these applications are shared is the overall reduction of resources required to supply the functionality these services cultivate. 31) Please provide an example of one of these service applications. Any of the below are acceptable answers: Access Services Business Data Connectivity service Excel Services Application Managed Metadata service PerformancePoint Service Application Search service Secure Store Service State service Usage and Health Data Collection service User Profile service Visio Graphics Service Web Analytics service Word Automation Services Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service

32) What are Service Application Groups used for? Just provides a logical grouping of services that are scoped to a particular Web Application. 33) How are Service Applications deployed in terms of IIS (Internet Information Services)? They are provisioned as a single Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site. 34) Explain how connections are managed with Service Applications. A virtual entity is used that is referred to as a proxy, due to label in PowerShell. 35) What are some common examples of SharePoint 2010 services architectures, and what are the advantages of each design? The three most popular designs are single farms with either a single service application group or multiple service application groups, or Enterprise services farms. Single farms with a single service application group are generally the most common, and have the advantages of easy deployment, simple service application allocation, effective resource utilization and cohesive management. Single farms with multiple service application groups is less common, and have the advantage of potential individual management of service applications as well as allowing data isolation, and while being more complex to deploy and maintain allows targeting of sites to particular service applications. Enterprise Service Farms is pretty uncommon as it is a complete farm dedicated to Service Applications but promotes autonomous management and high levels of data isolation. 36) Are there any other type of relevant service architectures?

Depending on the environment requirements, a specialized farm can also be used in order to deploy specific services tailored to the organizational requirements which can aid in scaling out and conservation of resources. 37) What is the User Profile service? Allows configuring and managing User profile properties, Audiences, Profile synchronization settings, organization browsing and management settings, and My Site settings. 38) What are User Profiles? Aggregates properties from diverse identity content sources together to create unified and consistent profiles across an organization, used throughout the SharePoint environment. 39) What is Excel Services? Allows sharing, securing, managing, and using Excel 2010 workbooks in a SharePoint Server Web site or document library. Excel Services consists of the Excel Calculation Services (ECS), Microsoft Excel Web Access (EWA), and Excel Web Services (EWS) components. 40) What is PerformancePoint Services? Allows users to monitor and analyze a business by building dashboards, scorecards, and key performance indicators (KPIs). 41) What is Visio Services? Allows users to share and view Microsoft Visio Web drawings. The service also enables data-connected Microsoft Visio 2010 Web drawings to be refreshed and updated from various data sources. 42) What is Access Services?

Allows users to edit, update, and create linked Microsoft Access 2010 databases that can be viewed and manipulated by using an internet browser, the Access client, or a linked HTML page. 43) What is the Secure Store Service (SSS)? A secure database for storing credentials that are associated with application IDs 44) What is Content Deployment? Content deployment enables you to copy content from a source site collection to a destination site collection. Backup / DR Questions 45) Describe how redundancy can be built into a SharePoint environment. Please be specific in regards to any auxiliary components. Multiple front-end web servers (WFE’s) can be deployed and correlated through Windows NLB or anything approach. Application servers can be deployed into the farm for a variety of purposes, depending on organizational requirements. Databases can be clustered or mirrored, again depending on requirements and environment. 46) From a basic standpoint, what is the difference between SQL clustering and mirroring? Clustering provides a failover scenario whereby one or more nodes can be swapped as active depending on whether a node goes down. In mirroring, transactions are sent directly from a principal database and server to a mirror database to establish essentially a replica of the database. Governance Questions 47) What Is Governance in terms of SharePoint 2010?

Governance is the set of policies, roles, responsibilities, and processes that guide, direct, and control how an organization’s business divisions and IT teams cooperate to achieve business goals. 48) What are some useful, OOB features of SharePoint that aid with governance of an environment? Any of the below are acceptable answers. There are some others but these are the major ones that I generally look for from a candidate: Site templates – consistent branding, site structure, and layout can be enforce a set of customizations that are applied to a site definition. Quotas – limits to the amount of storage a site collection can use. Locks - prevent users from either adding content to a site collection or using the site collection. Web application permissions and policies – comprehensive security settings that apply to all users and groups for all site collections within a Web application. Self-service site creation - enables users to create their own site collections, thus must be incorporated into a governance scheme. Monitoring Questions 49) Describe the monitoring features that are baked into SharePoint 2010. Diagnostic logging captures data about the state of the system, whereas health and usage data collection uses specific timer jobs to perform monitoring tasks, collecting information about: • Performance Counter Fata • Event Log Data • Timer Service Data • Metrics For Site Collections and Sites

• Search Usage Data General Workflow Questions 50) What is a declarative workflow? Can non-authenticated users participate in workflows? Workflows created by using Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010, the default setting enables deployment of declarative workflows. Yes, however you do not give non-authorized users access to the site. The e-mail message and attachments sent from notifications might contain sensitive information

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