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You are a SharePoint architect for Contoso, Ltd. Contoso has a SharePoint 2010 farm that contains four site collections. Three site collections are available only inside the company network. The fourth site collection is available to an external partner company by using forms-based authentication. The external site collection is used to store contracts and purchase orders. Every site collection has its own content database. Contoso purchases an Office 365 subscription for external partner employees. Contoso plans to move the external site collection to SharePoint Online. You have the following requirements:
– Upgrade the external partner site collection to SharePoint Online.
– Upgrade the on-premises farm to SharePoint 2013.
– Minimize downtime for the upgrade.
– Ensure the sites are read-only during the upgrade.
You need to plan the upgrade for the extranet site. 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.
You are the administrator for your company’s SharePoint environment. You are preparing your environment for high availability. You must use SQL Server AlwaysOn. You need to identify the replication methodology for each SharePoint service database. In the table below, identify whether SQL Server AlwaysOn is available for each of the service databases.
NOTE: Make only one selection in each column.
You are configuring SharePoint 2013 social features. You need to ensure that users receive email notifications that relate to their microblogging activities. Which settings should you configure from the User Profile Service Application? (To answer, select the appropriate link in the answer area.)
You recently upgraded a SharePoint Server 2007 server farm to SharePoint Server 2013. You discover that when search results contain Microsoft Word 2007 documents, the results do not display the title of the documents. Instead, the results display a few words from the text of the documents as the title. You need to ensure that the title of the Word 2007 documents is displayed in the search results. The solution must minimize administrative effort. What should you do?
A. Modify the EnableOptimisticTitleOverride registry value.
B. Modify the DisableLoopbackCheck registry value.
C. Delete and recreate the Search Service Application.
D. Reset the index and perform a full crawl.
You must create a new managed property and map only TermTitle and Title crawled properties. Then do another full crawl.
Not A: This only works in SharePoint 2010.
You are the administrator for your company’s SharePoint environment. You are configuring a site collection to prepare for an upgrade to SharePoint Server 2013. You need to ensure that no updates are allowed to an individual site collection. What should you do?
A. In Central Administration, set the state of the site lock status to Adding Content prevented.
B. In Central Administration, set the state of the site lock status to Read-only.
C. In Central Administration, set the state of the site lock status to No access.
D. In SQL Server, set the content database to read-only.
Option Adding Content prevented prevents users from adding new content to the site collection. Updates and deletions are still allowed.
You are a SharePoint architect for Contoso, Ltd. Contoso has a SharePoint 2010 farm that contains four site collections. Each site collection has its own content database. Contoso is upgrading the SharePoint 2010 farm to SharePoint 2013. You create a SharePoint 2013 test farm to test the upgrade process. The SharePoint migration team reports the content database upgrade failed with the following errors:
ERROR Database [ContentDatabase] contains a site (Id = [identifier], url = [http://sitecolIectiona]) that is not found in the site map. Feature upgrade incomplete for Feature ‘ContosoCustomSite’ (Id: ‘Feature GUID’) in site ‘http://sitecollectionb’. Exception: A duplicate content type name “Customer” was found.
ERROR Found a missing feature Id = [Feature Identifier]
You need to resolve the issues. Which three actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. In the SharePoint 2010 farm, remove orphan objects from the content database and restart the upgrade process.
B. Extract the solution packages from the SharePoint 2010 farm by using the Get- SPSolution Windows PowerShell cmdlet and install to the SharePoint 2013 farm. Run the Test-SPContentDatabase Windows PowerShell cmdlet to confirm if the upgrade errors are fixed.
C. Use the SharePoint Designer to delete the Customer content type from the site collection named http://sitecollectionb, and then restart the upgrade process.
D. Delete the site with the site definition Id = [identifier].
E. Open the site collection named http://sitecolIectionb from the SharePoint 2010 farm and rename the Customer content type and then restart the upgrade process.
A company has two SharePoint 2013 farms. Farm1 is used as an enterprise shared services provider. Farm2 consumes Farm1 while providing team sites for collaboration. You need to configure trust between Farm1 and Farm2. Which action should you perform?
A. Use Windows PowerShell to upload Farm2 certificates to the Central administration site.
B. Create and export certificates from Farm2. Deploy the exported certificates to Farm1 by using Group Policy.
C. Create and export certificates from Farm2. Open the Internet Information Services (IIS) console on Farm1 and add the exported certificates to the Certificates section.
D. Create and export certificates from Farm2. Copy and import the exported certificates on Farm1 by using Windows PowerShell
In SharePoint 2013, a SharePoint farm can connect to and consume a service application that is published on another SharePoint 2013 farm. For this to occur, the farms must exchange trust certificates. You must use Windows PowerShell 3.0 commands to export and copy the certificates between farms. After the certificates are exported and copied, you can use either Windows PowerShell 3.0 commands or Central Administration to manage the trusts within the farm.