Archive for the ‘Microsoft Office’ Category

Exam 77-881 Word 2010

Published: June 30, 2010
Languages: English
Audiences: Information workers
Technology: Microsoft Office 2010 suites
Credit toward certification: Microsoft Office Specialist

Skills measured
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam. View video tutorials about the variety of question types on Microsoft exams.

Please note that the questions may test on, but will not be limited to, the topics described in the bulleted text.

Do you have feedback about the relevance of the skills measured on this exam? Please send Microsoft your comments. All feedback will be reviewed and incorporated as appropriate while still maintaining the validity and reliability of the certification process. Note that Microsoft will not respond directly to your feedback. We appreciate your input in ensuring the quality of the Microsoft Certification program.

If you have concerns about specific questions on this exam, please submit an exam challenge.

If you have other questions or feedback about Microsoft Certification exams or about the certification program, registration, or promotions, please contact your Regional Service Center.

Sharing and maintaining documents
Apply different views to a document
Selecting zoom options; splitting and arranging windows (view side by side, synchronous scrolling), document views (reorganizing a document outline, master documents, subdocuments, web layout, draft); switching windows; opening a document in a new window
Apply protection to a document
Applying protection by using the Microsoft Office Backstage view commands (applying controls and restrictions to document access, password-protecting a document, marking as final); applying protection by using ribbon commands
Manage document versions
Recovering draft versions; deleting all draft versions
Share documents
Sending documents via email, OneDrive, or Internet fax; changing file types; creating PDF documents; creating and publishing a blog post; registering a blog account
Save a document
Using compatibility mode, protected mode, and Save As options
Apply a template to a document
Finding templates (locating a template on your disk, finding templates on the web)

Preparation resources
Video: View the ruler and adjust zoom in Word Starter
Save a document in Word
Save a document to your OneDrive from Office 2010

Formatting content
Apply font and paragraph attributes
Applying character attributes; applying styles; using Format Painter
Navigate and search through a document
Using the Navigation Pane (headings, pages, results), Go To, browse by button, and Highlight features; setting Find and Replace options (format, special)
Apply indentation and tab settings to paragraphs
Applying indents (first line, hanging); setting tabs; using the Tabs dialog box; setting tabs on the ruler; clearing tabs; setting tab stops; moving tab stops
Apply spacing settings to text and paragraphs
Line spacing, paragraph spacing
Create tables
Using the Insert Table dialog box; using Draw Table; inserting a Quick Table; converting text to tables; using a table to control page layout
Manipulate tables in a document
Sorting content; adding a row to a table; adding a column to a table; splitting, merging, moving, resizing, and deleting a row or column; defining the header row; converting tables to text; viewing gridlines
Apply bullets to a document
Applying bullets; selecting a symbol format; defining a picture to be used as a bullet; using AutoFormat; promoting or demoting bullet levels

Preparation resources
Style basics in Word
Adjust the line spacing between text or paragraphs
Create a bulleted or numbered list

Applying page layout and reusable content
Apply and manipulate page setup settings
Setting margins, non-breaking spaces, hyphenation, and columns; working with breaks; forcing a page break; inserting a section break (continuous, next page, next odd, next even); inserting a blank page into a document
Apply themes
Using a theme to apply formatting; customizing a theme
Construct content in a document by using the Quick Parts tool
Adding built-in building blocks (quotes, text boxes, headers, footers, cover pages, watermarks, equations)
Create and manipulate page backgrounds
Formatting a document’s background; setting a colored background; adding a watermark; placing page borders
Create and modify headers and footers
Inserting and formatting page numbers; inserting the current date and time; inserting a built-in header or footer; adding content to a header or footer (custom dialog box, manual entry); deleting a header or footer; changing margins; applying a different first page attribute

Preparation resources
Change page margins
Apply themes to Word documents
Add or remove headers, footers, and page numbers

Including illustrations and graphics in a document
Insert and format pictures in a document
Adding captions; applying artistic effects and picture styles; compressing pictures; modifying a shape; adjusting position and size; inserting screenshots
Insert and format shapes, WordArt, and SmartArt
Adding text to a shape; modifying text on a shape; adding captions; setting shape styles (border, text); adjusting position and size
Insert and format Clip Art
Organizing ClipArt, captions, artistic effects, compressing pictures, corrections, modifying the shape, reset, picture styles, arranging options, size
Apply and manipulate text boxes
Formatting, saving selection to text box gallery, text box styles, text direction, shadow effects, 3-D effects, arranging options

Preparation resources

Move a WordArt, shape, or text box
Change the size of a picture, shape, text box, or WordArt

Proofreading documents
Validate content by using spelling and grammar checking options
Grammar and style options
Configure AutoCorrect settings
Adding, removing, exceptions, AutoCorrect dialog
Insert and modify comments in a document
Inserting a comment; editing a comment; deleting a comment; viewing a comment (viewing comments from another user, viewing comments inline, viewing comments as balloons)

Preparation resources
Check spelling and grammar
AutoCorrect spelling, and insert text and symbols
Insert or delete a comment

Applying references and hyperlinks
Apply a hyperlink
Hyperlink using text; hyperlink using graphic, headings, and bookmarks; creating new document; email address
Create endnotes and footnotes in a document
Managing footnote and endnote location; configuring footnote and endnote format, presentation, and numbering
Create a table of contents in a document
Default formats, showing levels, alignment, tab leader, formats, options; modifying styles; updating table

Preparation resources
Insert or create footnotes and endnotes
Create a table of contents or update a table of contents

Performing mail merge operations
Setup mail merge
Performing a mail merge using the Mail Merge Wizard; performing a mail merge manually; auto checking for errors
Execute mail merge
Print, preview

Preparation resources
Use mail merge to send personalized e-mail messages to your e-mail address list
Make labels for a mass mailing
Use mail merge to create and print letters and other documents

 


QUESTION 1
You type a document and you want to insert header from third page. Which of the following technique will you use to accomplish the task?

A. Go to the third page and insert header.
B. Use a Quick Style.
C. Use page break.
D. Use section break.

Answer: D


QUESTION 2
You have finished typing a document of about 500 pages and now you are reviewing it. You are currently on the fourth page. What will you do to quickly go to the last page?

A. Use the Go To tool.
B. Use the Find tool.
C. Use the Replace tool.
D. Scroll the document and go to the last page.

Answer: A


QUESTION 3
You work in an office and you are assigned with the task of writing a document. In the document, there are some words that need reference. What will you do to give the reference for the words on the same page?

A. Create footnote.
B. Type the reference at the end of the page.
C. Create header.
D. Create footer.

Answer: A


QUESTION 4
You work in an office and you are assigned with the task of preparing a document. You have inserted some images in the document. What will you do to insert a list of all the captions of the images along with the page numbers they appear on?

A. Insert an Index.
B. Insert Table of Contents.
C. Insert Table of Authorities.
D. Insert Table of Figures

Answer: D

 

Click here to view complete Q&A of 77-881 exam
Certkingdom Review

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft Office Specialist 77-881 Certification, Microsoft 77-881 Training at certkingdom.com

Exam 77-420 Excel 2013 pdf

1.0 Create and Manage Worksheets and Workbooks

1.1 Create Worksheets and Workbooks
This objective may include but is not limited to: creating new blank workbooks, creating  new  workbooks
using templates, importing files, opening non native files directly in  Excel, adding worksheets to existing workbooks, copying and moving worksheets

1.2 Navigate through Worksheets and Workbooks
This objective may include but is not limited to: searching for  data within a workbook,  inserting hyperlinks, changing worksheet order, using Go To, using Name Box

1.3 Format Worksheets and Workbooks
This objective may include but is not limited to: changing worksheet tab color, modifying page setup, inserting and deleting columns and rows, changing workbook  themes, adjusting row height and column width, inserting watermarks, inserting headers and footers, setting data validation

1.4 Customize Options and Views for Worksheets and Workbooks
This objective may include but is not limited to: hiding worksheets, hiding columns and rows, customizing the Quick Access toolbar, customizing the Ribbon, managing macro
security, changing workbook views, recording simple macros, adding values to workbook properties, using zoom, displaying formulas, freezing panes, assigning  shortcut keys, splitting the window

1.5 Configure Worksheets and Workbooks to Print or Save
This objective may include but is not limited to: setting a print area, saving workbooks in alternate file formats, printing individual worksheets, setting print scaling, repeating headers and footers, maintaining backward compatibility, configuring workbooks to print, saving files to remote locations

2.0 Create Cells and Ranges

2.1 Insert Data in Cells and Ranges
This objective may include but is not limited to: appending data to worksheets, finding and replacing data, copying and pasting data, using AutoFill tool, expanding data across columns, inserting and deleting cells

2.2 Format Cells and Ranges
This objective may include but is not limited to: merging cells, modifying cell alignment and indentation, changing font and font styles, using Format Painter, wrapping text within cells, applying Number formats, applying highlighting, applying cell styles, changing text to WordArt

2.3 Order and Group Cells and Ranges
This objective may include but is not limited to: applying conditional formatting, inserting sparklines, transposing columns and rows, creating named ranges, creating outlines, collapsing groups of data in outlines, inserting subtotals

3.0 Create Tables

3.1 Create a Table
This objective may include but is not limited to: moving between tables and ranges, adding and removing cells within tables, defining titles

3.2 Modify a Table
This objective may include but is not limited to: applying styles to tables, banding rows and columns, inserting total rows, removing styles from tables

3.3 Filter and Sort a Table
This objective may include but is not limited to: filtering records, sorting data on multiple columns, changing sort order, removing duplicates

4.0 Apply Formulas and Functions

4.1 Utilize Cell Ranges and References in Formulas and Functions
This objective may include but is not limited to: utilizing references (relative, mixed, absolute), defining order of operations, referencing cell ranges in formulas

4.2 Summarize Data with Functions
This objective may include but is not limited to: utilizing the SUM function, utilizing the MIN and MAX functions, utilizing the COUNT function, utilizing the AVERAGE function

4.3 Utilize Conditional Logic in Functions
This objective may include but is not limited to: utilizing the SUMIF function, utilizing the AVERAGEIF function, utilizing the COUNTIF function

4.4 Format and Modify Text with Functions
This objective may include but is not limited to: utilizing the RIGHT, LEFT and MID functions, utilizing the TRIM function, utilizing the UPPER and LOWER functions, utilizing the
CONCATENATE function Create Charts and Objects

5.1 Create a Chart
This objective may include but is not limited to: creating charts and graphs, adding additional data series, switching between rows and columns in source data, using Quick Analysis

5.2 Format a Chart
This objective may include but is not limited to: adding legends, resizing charts and graphs, modifying chart and graph parameters, applying chart layouts and styles, positioning charts and graphs

5.3 Insert and Format an Object
This objective may include but is not limited to: inserting text boxes, inserting SmartArt, inserting images, adding borders to objects, adding styles and effects to objects, changing object colors, modifying object properties, positioning objects

Analyze your data instantly
Format your chart
Create an organization chart using SmartArt Graphics

Click here to view complete Q&A of 77-420 exam

Certkingdom 20% Discount Promotion Coupon Code: 45K2D47FW4

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft 77-420 Training at certkingdom.com

Exam 77-418 Word 2013

Exam 77-418 Word 2013

Published: February 28, 2013
Languages: English
Audiences: Information workers
Technology: Microsoft Office 2013 suites
Credit toward certification: MOS

Skills measured
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam. View video tutorials about the variety of question types on Microsoft exams.

Please note that the questions may test on, but will not be limited to, the topics described in the bulleted text.

Do you have feedback about the relevance of the skills measured on this exam? Please send Microsoft your comments. All feedback will be reviewed and incorporated as appropriate while still maintaining the validity and reliability of the certification process. Note that Microsoft will not respond directly to your feedback. We appreciate your input in ensuring the quality of the Microsoft
Certification program.

If you have concerns about specific questions on this exam, please submit an exam challenge.

Create and manage documents
Create a document
Creating new blank documents, creating new documents using templates, importing files, opening non-native files directly in Word, opening a PDF in Word for editing
Navigate through a document
Searching for text within document, inserting hyperlinks, creating bookmarks, using Go To
Format a document
Modifying page setup, changing document themes, changing document style sets, inserting simple headers and footers, inserting watermarks, inserting page numbers
Customize options and views for documents
Changing document views, using zoom, customizing the quick access toolbar, customizing the ribbon, splitting the window, adding values to document properties, using show/hide, recording simple macros, assigning shortcut keys, managing macro security
Configure documents to print or save
Configuring documents to print, saving documents in alternate file formats, printing document sections, saving files to remote locations, protecting documents with passwords, setting print scaling, maintaining backward compatibility

Preparation resources
Basic tasks in Word 2013
Create your first Word 2013 document (training)
Move around in a document using the navigation pane

Format text, paragraphs, and sections

Insert text and paragraphs
Appending text to documents, finding and replacing text, copying and pasting text, inserting text via AutoCorrect, removing blank paragraphs, inserting built-in fields, inserting special characters
Format text and paragraphs
Changing font attributes, using find and replace to format text, using format painter, setting paragraph spacing, setting line spacing, clearing existing formatting, setting indentation, highlighting text selections, adding styles to text, changing text to WordArt, modifying existing style attributes
Order and group text and paragraphs
Preventing paragraph orphans, inserting breaks to create sections, creating multiple columns within sections, adding titles to sections, forcing page breaks

Preparation resources
Insert fields
Copy formatting using the format painter
Add a page break

Create tables and lists
Create a table
Converting text to tables, converting tables to text, defining table dimensions, setting AutoFit options, using quick tables, establishing titles
Modify a table
Applying styles to tables, modifying fonts within tables, sorting table data, configuring cell margins, using formulas, modifying table dimensions, merging cells
Create and modify a list
Adding numbering or bullets, creating custom bullets, modifying list indentation, modifying line spacing, increasing and decreasing list levels, modifying numbering

Preparation resources

Insert a table
Convert text to a table or a table to text
Change bullet style

Apply references

Create endnotes, footnotes, and citations
Inserting endnotes, managing footnote locations, configuring endnote formats, modifying footnote numbering, inserting citation placeholders, inserting citations, inserting bibliography, changing citation styles
Create captions
Inserting endnotes, managing footnote locations, configuring endnote formats, modifying footnote numbering, inserting citation placeholders, inserting citations, inserting bibliography, changing citation styles

Preparation resources
Add footnotes and endnotes
Create a bibliography

Insert and format objects
Insert and format building blocks
Inserting quick parts, inserting textboxes, utilizing building locks organizer, customizing building blocks
Insert and format shapes and SmartArt
Inserting simple shapes, inserting SmartArt, modifying SmartArt properties (color, size, shape), wrapping text around shapes, positioning shapes
Insert and format images
Inserting images, applying artistic effects, applying picture effects, modifying image properties (color, size, shape), adding uick styles to images, wrapping text around images, positioning images

Preparation resources
Quick parts
Change the color of a shape, shape border, or entire SmartArt graphic
Move pictures or clip art

 

Click here to view complete Q&A of 77-418 exam

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft 77-418 Training at certkingdom.com

The Big Question Rises How To Become Microsoft, Cisco, ComTIA Certified

The big question rises how to become the Microsoft certified , All Microsoft certifications are acquired by simply taking a series of exams. If you can self-study for said exams, and then pass them, then you can acquire the certification for the mere cost of the exam (and maybe whatever self-study materials you purchase).

You’ll also need, at minimum (in addition to the MCTS), the CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+ certs; as well as the Cisco CCNA cert.

Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) – This is the basic entry point of Microsoft Certifications. You only need to pass a single certification test to be considered an MCTS and there are numerous different courses and certifications that would grant you this after passing one. If you are shooting for some of the higher certifications that will be discussed below, then you’ll get this on your way there.

Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) – This certification was Microsoft’s previous “Developer Certification” meaning that this was the highest certification that was offered that consisted strictly of development-related material. Receiving it involved passing four exams within specific areas (based on the focus of your certification). You can find the complete list of courses and paths required for the MCPD here.

Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) – This is Microsoft’s most recent “Developer Certification” which will replace the MCPD Certification (which is being deprecated / retired in July of 2013). The MCSD focuses within three major areas of very recent Microsoft development technologies and would likely be the best to persue if you wanted to focus on current and emerging skills that will be relevant in the coming years. You can find the complete list of courses and paths required for the MCSD here.

The Microsoft Certifications that you listed are basically all of the major ones within the realm of development. I’ll cover each of the major ones and what they are :

Most people, however, take some kind of course. Some colleges — especially career and some community colleges — offer such courses (though usually they’re non-credit). Other providers of such courses are private… some of them Microsoft Certified vendors of one type or another, who offer the courses in such settings as sitting around a conference table in their offices. Still others specialize in Microsoft certification training, and so have nice classrooms set up in their offices.

There are also some online (and other forms of distance learning) courses to help prepare for the exams.

The cost of taking classes to prepare can vary wildly. Some are actually free (or very nearly so), while others can cost hundreds of dollars. It all just depends on the provider.

And here’s a Google search of MCTS training resources (which can be mind-numbing in their sheer numbers and types, so be careful what you choose):

There are some pretty good, yet relatively inexpensive, ways to get vendor certificate training. Be careful not to sign-up for something expensive and involved when something cheaper — like subscribing to an “all the certificates you care to study for one flat rate” web site — would, in addition to purchasing a study guide or two at a bookstore, likely be better.

If you want a career in IT, then you need to have both an accredited degree in same (preferably a bachelors over an associates), and also a variety of IT certifications. The MCTS is but one that you will need.

You should probably also get the Microsoft MCSE and/or MCSA. The ICS CISSP. And the ITIL.

There are others, but if you have those, you’ll be evidencing a broad range of IT expertise that will be useful, generally. Then, in addition, if the particular IT job in which you end-up requires additional specialist certification, then you can get that, too (hopefully at the expense of your employer who requires it of you).

Then, whenever (if ever) you’re interested in a masters in IT, here’s something really cool of which you should be aware…

There’s a big (and fully-accredited, fully-legitimate) university in Australia which has partnered with Microsoft and several other vendors to structure distance learning degrees which include various certifications; and in which degrees, considerable amounts of credit may be earned simply by acquiring said certifications. It’s WAY cool.

One can, for example, get up to half of the credit toward a Masters degree in information technology by simply getting an MCSE (though the exams which make it up must be certain ones which correspond with the university’s courses). I’ve always said that if one were going to get an MCSE, first consult the web site of this university and make sure that one takes the specific MCSE exams that this school requires so that if ever one later decided to enter said school’s masters program, one will have already earned up to half its degree’s credits by simply having the MCSE under his/her belt. Is that cool, or what?

I wouldn’t rely on them over experience (which is far and away the most valuable asset out there) but they are worth pursuing especially if you don’t feel like you have enough experience and need to demonstrate that you have the necessary skills to land a position as a developer.

If you are going to pursue a certification, I would recommend going after the MCSD (Web Applications Track) as it is a very recent certification that focuses on several emerging technologies that will still be very relevant (if not more-so) in the coming years. You’ll pick up the MCTS along the way and then you’ll have both of those under your belt. MCPD would be very difficult to achieve based on the short time constraints (passing four quite difficult tests within just a few months is feasible, but I don’t believe that it is worth it since it will be “retired” soon after).

No job experience at all is necessary for any of the Microsoft Certifications, you can take them at any time as long as you feel confident enough with the materials of the specific exam you should be fine. The tests are quite difficult by most standards and typically cover large amounts of material, but with what it sounds like a good bit of time to study and prepare you should be fine.

Certifications, in addition to degrees, are so important in the IT field, now, that one may almost no longer get a job in that field without both. The certifications, though, are so important that one who has a little IT experience can get a pretty good job even without a degree as long as he has all the right certs. But don’t do that. Definitely get the degree… and not merely an associates. Get the bachelors in IT; and make sure it’s from a “regionally” accredited school.

Then get the certs I mentioned (being mindful, if you think you’ll ever get an IT masters, to take the specific exams that that Strut masters program requires so that you’ll have already earned up to half the credit just from the certs).

If you already have two years of experience in working in the .NET environment, a certification isn’t going to guarantee that you will get employed, a salary increase or any other bonuses for achieving the honor. However, it can help supplement your resume by indicating that you are familiar with specific technologies enough to apply them in real-world applications to solve problems.

If your ready for career change and looking for Microsoft MCTS Training, Microsoft MCITP Training or any other Microsoft Certification preparation get the best online training from Certkingdom.com they offer all Microsoft, Cisco, Comptia certification exams training in just one Unlimited Life Time Access Pack, included self study training kits including, Q&A, Study Guides, Testing Engines, Videos, Audio, Preparation Labs for over 2000+ exams, save your money on boot camps, training institutes, It’s also save your traveling and time. All training materials are “Guaranteed” to pass your exams and get you certified on the fist attempt, due to best training they become no1 site 2012.

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MTA Certification, Microsoft MCTS Training at certkingdom.com

MCTS 70-680 Cert Guide with myITcertificationlabs Bundle

MCTS 70-680 Cert Guide with myITcertificationlabs Bundle
 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 
Start-to-finish MCTS 70-680 preparation from top Microsoft technology consultant, trainer, and author Don Poulton!
Windows 7 installation, upgrades, and deployment
User and application migration
Windows 7 deployment
Physical and virtual hard disk configuration and management
Windows Update
Device and application configuration
Internet Explorer configuration
Networking, including TCP/IP configuration
Firewall settings
Mobile and remote computing
Secure access control for local and shared resources
System performance management and monitoring
Backups, system recovery, and file recovery

Test your knowledge, build your confidence, and succeed!
Packed with visuals to help you learn fast
Dozens of troubleshooting scenarios
Real-world MCTS 70-680 prep advice from experts
Easy-to-use exam preparation task lists

From Don Poulton, professional Microsoft technology consultant, IT training expert, and best-selling exam guide author

CD Includes Complete Sample Exam
Detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers
Multiple test modes
Random questions and order of answers

MCTS 70-680: Microsoft Windows 7, Configuring is the perfect study guide to help you pass Microsoft’s MCTS 70-680 exam. It provides coverage and practice questions for every exam topic. The book contains an extensive set of preparation tools, such as quizzes, Exam Alerts, and a practice exam, while the CD provides real-time practice and feedback with two complete sample exams.

Covers the critical information you’ll need to know to score higher on your MCTS 70-680 exam!
. Understand how Windows 7 differs from previous versions
. Install, upgrade, and migrate to Windows 7
. Configure basic and advanced Windows networking
. Enforce security with Windows Firewall and Windows Defender
. Administer users, systems, disks, and printers
. Manage and safely share files and folders
. Work with Windows applications and Internet Explorer 8
. Support mobile computers
. Remotely manage Windows systems
. Optimize Windows 7 system performance
. Efficiently back up systems and reliably recover them

CD FEATURES 2 complete sample exams
The test engine gives you an effective tool to assess your readiness for the exam

 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com
. Detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers
. Multiple test modes
. Random questions and order of answers
. Coverage of each MCTS 70-680 exam objective

4 Reasons Why IT Matters More Than Ever

Microsoft Office 2013 beta, Microsoft Office 2013 suite,

Although it’s impossible to know for sure, Ashlee might have been the victim of an overzealous headline writer. However, Carly ” Let’s Make Everyone’s Cubicle Two Feet Shorter” Fiorina, the old chief of Hewlett Packard got it right when saying that Carr was, in fact, “dead wrong”-and everyone glomming on to that Carr-Vance sound bite is wrong, too.

Why? Consider the following four reasons.

1. Despite Outsourcing, IT Remains Important.
Just because a company chooses to outsource parts of its information technology investments to other providers doesn’t mean IT doesn’t stay relevant internally. A team still has to be a guide. Who selects these vendors? Who comes up with the jargon necessary to translate business requirements into technical mandates? Who sorts through the requests for proposals? Who monitors the market for outsourcing, keeps track of pricing and adds and removes services as necessary?

Case Study: IT Roles Shift with Move to Cloud

No team is in a better position to integrate the true value of technology across the entire business than IT. No team can better drive business results, via the profit and loss statement, across the entire business through the value created and costs reduced via smart computing.

2. Eliminate Busywork, and IT Can Create Value.
As a CIO or someone in your technology department, you well know how much time is spent reacting to situations. This application is down. Internet access is slow. It’s time to manage a desktop operating system refresh. You need to buy a new SAN appliance because you’re bringing up more virtualized servers. There’s a lot of busywork.

Imagine if, instead, your IT department could focus on writing a new point of sale system for your stores. What if you could assist your marketing department in putting out a killer mobile application for smartphones? Perhaps you could find a way to bill customers for a service you’ve never thought of. In these scenarios, IT becomes a business partner, not just a cost center. IT can now focus on creating real, true business value, not just on caring for and feeding boxes with blinking lights. That’s important. That’s game changing. And that’s entirely relevant.

3. You Wouldn’t Neglect HR or Finance, Would You?
In his article, Vance quotes Siobhan McFeeney, who leads AAA’s information systems management in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah. “Sometimes it is a harsh reality when companies realize they are not IT companies,” McFeeney says. “We are in road service and a huge insurance agency. We are not an IT company.”

One can understand this point of view, of course. There’s an old management maxim: Focus on the things only your business can do and leave the rest to another firm. However, that logic only goes so far, and it’s rooted in the concept of minimizing cost. Does AAA have a finance department, even though it’s not an accounting firm? AAA most likely has a human resources division, even though it’s not a temporary hiring business.

Just because something isn’t core to your business vision doesnt mean it’s irrelevant, lest paychecks bounce and employees run amok and your systems go down or you miss the next big way to gain more functionality and reduce cost with a core application, as the above points suggest. Just because your company isn’t an “IT company” doesn’t mean running that part of the business successfully isn’t important.

Comptia A+ Training, Comptia A+ certification
Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 

4. IT Is Best Suited to Navigate Ever-Changing Technology.
The rate of disruption and change in the technology sector is increasingly rapid. Just in the past month we’ve seen reports that tablets will upend notebooks in four years. This year we’ve found you can run email and collaboration in the cloud with feature parity to desktop Microsoft Office for $6 per month per user, or even lower. Who better than IT to sort through all of this? No other team will have the necessary expertise-or even the interest-in how to do more with less.

Since most organizations aren’t “IT companies,” as McFeeney points out, employees won’t be going to industry conferences, networking with key technology groups and executives and generally understanding what is new and what’s on the horizon. Businesses need information technology departments to sort the wheat from the chaff.

IT: The Last Greenfield of the Customer
What is true is that IT as it was defined in the 1980s and 1990s, and even the very early 2000s, may not matter as much as it did. IT as a place where money is spent and things don’t work-the place where Nick Burns, Your Company’s Computer Guy, had a chair and a desk-shouldn’t exist anymore.

The premise that IT doesn’t matter may be valid, if you’re not allowing your definition of a group of professionals to grow and change as technology evolves. There’s no solid reason to expect any sort of correlation in shoveling budget dollars to Windows administration and website delivery. Only so much differentiation can be done on your desktops. Every company has computers. You’re not going to win any battles there.

But there’s an entirely different argument to be made for giving IT a proactive mission, a purpose to use its money to gain a competitive advantage through effective, custom, efficient use of technology. Whether that’s the decision to outsource email to free up money to build a custom system for customer self-delivery for a new product, or that’s the decision to build a new website on the Amazon cloud platform and invest your capital money and bandwidth charges in developers that can create compelling applications to beat the pants off your competition, the conclusion remains the same.

IT isn’t a commodity. IT’s utility doesn’t approach zero as more people get computers, websites and mobile apps. No, it’s precisely the opposite-IT is the last greenfield to the customer, where relationships can be won, lost, cemented, expanded, reduced or even created out of nothing through opportunities to do cool things we’ve never seen before.

Think about it. Five years ago, Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud didn’t exist. Today you can go spin up a complete virtual server on Amazon EC2 for pennies per hour. Five years ago, you had to budget thousands of dollars in time and hardware to do that. What happens when technology itself is commoditized? Highly engaging, valuable, and rich experiences are created-see Netflix, Pinterest and others. Who better than IT departments to guide us safely in that direction?

Yes, IT does matter. In fact, in this day and age of disruptive technology, IT matters more than ever. IT is where the battle for the customer is won. It’s a key weapon, a competitive advantage and nothing less than a necessity you can’t afford to be without.
.

What to expect at TechEd North America 2012

As anyone who’s been to TechEd will attest, the event is not a sprint; it’s a marathon. With hundreds of technical sessions, workshops, labs and vendors, the annual Microsoft event doesn’t lack quantity. But what’s actually worth paying attention to?

Thanks to the timing of the event, the published agenda and the tarot cards found lying around the TechTarget office, we have a few informed guesses regarding what attendees can expect to hear a lot about, and where Microsoft wants the industry conversation to go. Here are the top topics we’ll be watching:

Windows Server 2012
With the recent name change from Windows Server 8, there’s a renewed anticipation for Microsoft’s upcoming server OS – and heightened expectations for all the things the company claims it can do. Server and Tools Business president Satya Nadella will be one of the featured keynote speakers at the show, and he’ll likely hammer on all of the many documented improvements within Server 2012, from enhancements to Hyper-V and PowerShell to the new Resilient File System. There are also 72 technical sessions in the Windows Server track, which should sate folks eager to play with the Release Candidate, available now.
MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com
Windows 8
It’s no secret that Microsoft is betting big on Windows 8, its “reimagined,” “fast and fluid” new client operating system. With the next iteration – dubbed the Release Preview – now available, you can bet it’ll be a major point of emphasis for many speakers, if not for the IT pros who remain skeptical of how the touch-centric interface will translate to the enterprise. The agenda includes technical sessions on Windows 8 deployment, Metro-style app delivery, Windows To Go and more. Developers will have plenty to chew on as well: Visual Studio corporate vice president Jason Zander will be speaking during Monday’s keynote session, and Antoine LeBlond, corporate vice president for Windows Web Services (with a focus on the Windows Store) takes the stage on Tuesday.

Certifications
Sure, IT pros have been able to take certification exams at TechEd every year. But this year adds some intrigue, given the recent changes to Microsoft’s program, including the return of the MCSE and a focus on the cloud. Many are wondering what the changes mean for them, whether they should get recertified and what the value of these things are, anyway. If there is any place to get answers, it’s here.

Device (or user) management
It’s pretty difficult to avoid the topic of consumerization and BYOD programs at any conference these days, and for good reason: Any organization that isn’t dealing with it now will soon need to or risk being beaten over the head by iPad-wielding employees. One of the main ways that Microsoft is addressing the new reality is through improved device management. The revamped Windows Intune, which will purportedly give IT the ability to manage and deliver applications to iOS and Android devices in addition to Windows devices, will be featured in demos and discussions throughout the week (as will System Center Configuration Manager 2012). Expect to hear about Microsoft’s “user-centric” management model a lot, and get explanations as to why Windows RT tablets don’t need to join Active Directory domains.

Cloud
The word “cloud” at a Microsoft conference usually means Azure. The public cloud platform will definitely be a major coverage area at TechEd, given both the timing – there was a recent branding brouhaha, and the company is scheduled to make a significant Azure announcement on June 7 – and the speaker slate (which includes sessions from Azure executives Scott Guthrie and Mark Russinovich, and purportedly something on the new Windows Azure Active Directory). But don’t discount Microsoft’s private cloud push, which includes System Center 2012 and Hyper-V.

System Center 2012
Though Microsoft’s updated systems management suite got plenty of time in the spotlight during the Management Summit in April, IT pros are looking to learn more about how to better monitor and respond to increasingly complex environments. Many of the suite’s most significant products, including Virtual Machine Manager, Operations Manager and Orchestrator, will get dedicated technical sessions, and should be touted as ways to tie together many of the topics mentioned above.

Office
We’ve heard very little about how things are going with Office 365, Microsoft’s answer to Google Apps, and maybe that’s for a reason. But the roadmap should become a little clearer during TechEd, as there are several sessions scheduled that cover the cloud-based productivity suite in depth, including its tie-ins to the Sharepoint collaboration platform (and we may get more details on the new government-specific version). Though there’s nothing listed, we might also hear something about Office 15, which will reportedly be delivered to Windows devices before anything else.

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

Windows 7 Upgrade: Isolated Problems, Not Disaster

Speed Up Windows XP With System Mechanic 10.8

System Mechanic 10.8 Put Through The Test

We’ve all seen those annoying television commercials that promise to speed up a slow computer, but do such solutions really work? The CRN Test Center put Iolo’s System Mechanic 10.8 through its paces and was impressed with the results.

Our test subject was an old Pentium III-era PC running Windows XP so slowly that the machine was completely unusable. Just opening the Start menu easily took 20 seconds, opening an app required about a minute, and we could fix a steak-and-egg breakfast in the time it took to reboot this dinosaur.

But it was perfect for our purposes. We installed System Mechanic 10.8 and, after running a scan, the tool reported that the overall system status was poor and health and security were at alarming levels.
MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 

As expected, the floodgates were opened last week on Windows 7 upgrades. From some of the histrionics on the blogosphere, one would almost surmise that an upgrade to Windows 7 was nothing short of a painful, abysmal failure. Much of the spotlight focused on upgrade problems with the Windows 7 Student edition — one of the more understandable gripes about the upgrade process. Accusations about a host of glitches, such as endless loops of Windows 7 startup, abounded.

However, some of the outrages over Windows 7 upgrades are dubious, at best. As Channelweb.com’s Kevin McLaughlin reported, many users are complaining that that they cannot do clean installs with Windows 7 upgrade media.

Say what? When has Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) ever made it an option for a user to do a from-scratch install with an upgrade CD? Legitimately, that is, without any workarounds?

It became a bit hard, during the course of last week, to separate justifiable gripes about the Windows 7 upgrade process from the lone freak incidents and overall general biases against Microsoft. However, upon a deeper dig into a disparate sampling of users all over the Internet recording their Windows 7 upgrade experiences, our verdict is that most problems were more incidental with third-party hardware drivers, line-of-business applications, and just random quirkiness.

We conducted our own independent tests on the upgrade process. What we found were very specific, yet irritating incidents that don’t significantly undermine Microsoft’s promise that “if it works in Vista, it will work in Windows 7.” Furthermore, we did not find any issues in our testing that should render a business system inoperable. Note, all upgrades were done using 32-bit software.

In our initial test, we upgraded a Toshiba Portege 500 laptop from Vista SP2 to Windows 7 Ultimate. The full-blown version of Ultimate, and not an upgrade version, was used for the test. We first attempted to do a clean install over an upgrade, but Toshiba’s native hard disk drive software prevented a complete wipe-out of the system. So, we moved on, doing just a plain old upgrade. The upgrade process was successful. There were no issues with drivers or any other preinstalled software.

One nuisance we noticed after upgrading to Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8 was a persistence of IE8 to open new IE sessions and tabs at 150 percent zoom. Somewhere during the upgrade process, the previous settings for IE were adjusted, but that is probably more of an issue with the upgrade from IE7 to version 8.

Next, we upgraded a year-old Dell (NSDQ:Dell) XPS laptop, again, with Vista SP2 to Windows 7. There also were no issues with the upgrade process, save for a broken link to a shortcut we had on the Vista OS desktop to wireless networking.

An upgrade of a Dell Vostro 220 mini-tower also gave no problems. All shortcuts and drivers transitioned over to Windows 7 without incident.

This should be of some comfort to home users. From our testing, all of the major OEMs seem to really have prepared for the final release of Windows 7. For business users and those in the channel, it appears that the biggest headaches will be caused by incompatibility issues with LOB software and any other proprietary software or unique hardware. Of course, a solid testing plan along with backing up of mission-critical data and system registries should alleviate any major issues with a Windows 7 upgrade.

Our expectation is that most businesses will opt for clean installs anyway, or replace dated machines with preinstalled Windows 7 ones. It would seem that so far, the Windows 7 upgrade process is a relatively painless one and does not merit the drama it has seemed to attract.

.

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

Over View Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : MCTS 70-662 and MCITP 70-663

A number of articles have been published on Windows PowerShell, but very few of these are dedicated to Exchange Server 2012. I am an Exchange administrator. I am not a developer. Yet, I have found an increasing need to improve my development skills in order to be an effective administrator—first with Exchange Server 2007, then with Windows Server 2008, and now with Exchange Server 2010. Fortunately, with Windows
PowerShell and Exchange Management Shell, I can do so without having to learn a complicated language and extensive developmental concepts—something I really have no desire to do as an administrator. With just a simple verb-noun combination, I can achieve fantastic things in the Exchange organization and still be able to sleep at night without pieces of code swirling around in my head as I dream.
MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training
at certkingdom.com

What’s New in PowerShell 2.0
Microsoft Windows PowerShell is a combined command-line shell and scripting language designed primarily for administrators, not developers. Prior to the introduction of Windows PowerShell into operating systems, administrators were forced to learn a programming language such as Visual Basic to fully manipulate objects in the Active Directory and Exchange environment if the graphical user interface (GUI) did not provide
an easy means for administration. Mainly, an administrator found the need for additional tools, such as custom VB scripts, when he or she wanted to manage objects in bulk. PowerShell 2.0 includes significant changes from the original version.

Topics To Understand Exchange Server 2010 Portable Command:
An Overview of Windows PowerShell 2.0 for Exchange 2010
New Features and the Exchange Management Shell
Basic Techniques
Achieving a Comfort Level with PowerShell
Advanced Techniques
Customizing the PowerShell Environment
PowerShell and the Exchange 2010 Deployment Process
Standard Deployments
Disaster Recovery Deployments
PowerShell and Recipient Objects
Working with Recipient Objects
Bulk Management of Recipients
PowerShell and the Transport Roles Message Routing
The Hub Transport Role
The Edge Transport Role
Configuring Rules and Agents on Transport Servers
PowerShell and the Client Access Server Role
CAS Services
Working with Certificates
PowerShell and the Mailbox Role
Mailbox Servers and Databases
Working with Mailboxes
Using the Recovery Database (RDB)
PowerShell and the Unified Messaging Role
Working with Unified Messaging (UM) Role Objects
Managing Unified Messaging (UM) Users
PowerShell and Message Routing
Exchange Server 2010 Message Routing
Integrating Exchange Server 2010 into an Existing Exchange
Server 2003 Environment
PowerShell and High Availability in Exchange 2010
Database Availability Groups (DAGs)
Mailbox Database Copies
Using DAG to Mitigate Failures
Monitoring Highly Available Databases
PowerShell and Public Folders
Public Folder Database Management
Managing Public Folders
Public Folder Permissions
Troubleshoot Exchange Server 2010 Using PowerShell
Troubleshooting with the Test Cmdlets
Event Logging with PowerShell
PowerShell and Automating Exchange Server 2010 Administration
Using and Finding Scripts to Automate
Monitoring Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) Permissions,
Mailbox Audit Logging, and Reporting with PowerShell in Exchange Server 2010
Configuring Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) Permissions
Using Mailbox Audit Logging to Monitor Exchange Server
Reporting and Other Useful Cmdlets

Most of the examples in the article could run very well on a single server running both the Active Directory and Exchange Server 2010, if you do not have the time or resources to set up a fully functional lab. (Keep in mind that it is highly recommended that the Active Directory Domain Controller and the Exchange Server do not coexist on the same physical or virtual machine in the real world for a variety of reasons.)

Make use of the Testing Engines that are available, as well as the free Webcasts. Practice test material is just for that… PRACTICE. It may help you pass the test but believe me you will only last one day in a job if you don’t know what you are doing, so if you use practice material, read the question and if you don’t know the answer, research it and learn it, don’t just memorize the answer….I will tell you right now that their answers are not always right.

If your ready for career change and looking for Microsoft MCTS Training, Microsoft MCITP Training or any other Microsoft Certification preparation get the best online training from Certkingdom.com they offer all Microsoft, Cisco, Comptia certification exams training in just one Unlimited Life Time Access Pack, included self study training kits including, Q&A, Study Guides, Testing Engines, Videos, Audio, Preparation Labs for over 2000+ exams, save your money on boot camps, training institutes, It’s also save your traveling and time. All training materials are “Guaranteed” to pass your exams and get you certified on the fist attempt, due to best training they become no1 site 2012.

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training
at certkingdom.com

Microsoft: Six versions of Windows 7 for sake of PC makers, users

Analyst differs, saying it has more to do with improving profit margins in developed countries

Computerworld – While it plans to focus on marketing two versions of Windows 7, Microsoft Corp. will offer six editions of its next operating system to better satisfy PC makers and end users, an executive said Tuesday.

“We did a lot of research and talked to a lot of [hardware] partners and customers,” Mike Ybarra, general manager for Windows, told Computerworld following the versions announcement today.

“Our biggest challenge is that we have over 1 billion customers,” Ybarra said. “It’s hard to satisfy all of them [with a single version]. There are vocal customers who want every feature, and more regular consumers who say ‘I want a version that can grow with me.'”

Microsoft said today that it will aim Windows 7 Home Premium at the majority of consumers and Windows 7 Professional at businesses. That harks back to Windows XP, which had two main SKUs: Home and Professional.

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training
at certkingdom.com

However, Microsoft will maintain all of the four other versions it offered with Vista, including the controversial Home Basic, the Starter Edition that was until now restricted to developing countries, Enterprise and Ultimate. That “SKU proliferation” confused many consumers and corporate customers.

Meanwhile, Apple Inc. releases a single version of Mac OS X with every new release. It does have far fewer users than Windows, with some estimates claiming between 30 million to 50 million users worldwide today.

Matt Rosoff, an analyst at the independent firm Directions on Microsoft, said that keeping the number of versions high is all part of Microsoft’s attempt to segment the market and “maintain the average-price-per-unit of Windows sales in developed countries to counteract the effects of price pressure in developing countries, where most growth is happening.”

Rosoff thinks Microsoft’s rejiggered lineup is “simpler” for consumers, but remains too complicated for businesses, which will have to “check the feature list carefully” in order to choose between Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate.

Microsoft did consider cutting Ultimate, a pricy, fully loaded version that in Windows Vista was aimed at gamers and enthusiasts.

“We’re keeping it because a lot of top [PC makers] wanted it in order to let them differentiate their own hardware,” Ybarra said.

Windows 7 Ultimate won’t have any unique multimedia features, but it will share the same advanced networking and security features as Windows 7 Enterprise, which is available to large corporations through volume licensing, Ybarra said.

Rosoff expects Ultimate to be embraced by businesses rather than enthusiasts, because they will seek to avoid locking themselves into a multiyear license agreement as is required by the Enterprise version.

Rather than cutting Home Basic altogether, Microsoft chose to sell it only in developing markets, where very cheap PCs are in demand, Ybarra said. “[PC makers] need to hit multiple price points: good, better and best,” he said.

Windows 7 Starter Edition is even more limited than Home Basic, allowing users to open only a maximum of three applications at any given time. “We felt that was the right way to go,” Ybarra said, as this version will be aimed at new PC users.

While Microsoft is making Windows 7 Starter Edition available for netbooks worldwide, Ybarra expects the majority of PC makers to pre-install Windows 7 Home Premium anyway.

Rosoff agrees, saying that PCs shipped with Windows 7 Home Premium will likely cost about $50 more than those with Starter.

“On a $500 PC, I don’t think customers will balk at paying an extra $50 for not having limitations such as the ability to open only three apps simultaneously,” Rosoff said. “On a $200 PC (should such a thing ever emerge), that $50 might be a harder sell,” Rosoff said in an e-mail.

Ybarra declined to disclose prices for any of the versions. He also declined to say how many “N” versions of Windows 7, which lack Windows Media Player as per European Union rules, Microsoft will release in Europe.

He promised that users would be able to perform Windows Anytime Upgrades even more quickly with Windows 7 than with Vista. In Vista, users would pay at Microsoft’s Web site to get a license key and then re-insert their Vista DVD to physically install the upgrade on the hard drive.

With Windows 7, all versions are already installed on the user’s PC hard drive, meaning he pays and then “simply unlocks the features,” Ybarra said. Total upgrade time should be between seven and 10 minutes, he added.

Except for Starter, which will come in 32-bit only, all flavors of Windows 7 will ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, Ybarra said.

He added that Microsoft has no plans to release any more versions of Windows 7 after its initial release, as occurred with XP.

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training
at certkingdom.com

70-562 Q & A / Study Guide / Testing Engine

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com


QUESTION 1
You work as a Web Developer at CERTKINGDOM.com. You make use of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to
develop ASP.NET Web applications.
CERTKINGDOM.com has a server, named CERTKINGDOM-SR13, which runs an instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2005
locally and is configured to make use of Windows Authentication. You have developed a Web
application named CERTKINGDOMApp1 that will be hosted on CERTKINGDOM-SR13.
You are preparing to configure the role management and membership providers on CERTKINGDOM-SR13.
Which of the following actions should you take?

A. You should consider making use of the Aspnet_compiler.exe command.
B. You should consider making use of the aspnet_regiis.exe command.
C. You should consider making use of the Aspnet_merge.exe command
D. You should consider making use of the ASP.NET SQL Server registration tool.

Answer: A,B

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
You work as a Web Developer at CERTKINGDOM.com. You make use of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to
develop ASP.NET Web applications.
You have recently developed a Web application named CERTKINGDOMWebApp1, and configured it to make
use of Windows Authentication. After specific group is granted NTFS permissions to access a
specific file named CERTKINGDOM.doc, you are informed that you have to make sure that users not
belonging to the group are prevented from accessing the file.
Which of the following actions should you take?

A. You should configure the machine.config file to include the <identity impersonate=”true”/> element.
B. You should configure the machine.config file to include the <authentication mode=”[None]”> element.
C. You should configure the app.config file to include the <authentication mode=”[None]”> element.
D. You should configure the Web.config file to include the <identity impersonate=”true”/> element.
E. You should configure the Web.config file to include the <authentication mode=”[None]”> element.
F. You should configure the app.config file to include the <authentication mode=”[None]”> element.

Answer: D

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
You work as a Web Developer at CERTKINGDOM.com. You make use of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to
develop ASP.NET Web applications.
You have developed a web application named CERTKINGDOMWebApp. You are now preparing to configure
authentication for CERTKINGDOMWebApp so that clients are not allowed to access it anonymously. You also
need to make sure that access for users from untrusted domains are allowed.
You have written the code segment shown below:
<system.web>
<authentication mode=”Forms”>
<forms loginUrl=”login.aspx” />
</authentication>
<authorization>
<deny users=”?” />
</authorization>
</system.web>
Which of the following actions should you take NEXT?

A. You should consider adding the code segment to the web.config file.
B. You should consider adding the code segment to the project’s property pages.
C. You should consider adding the code segment to the app.config file.
D. You should consider adding the code segment to the workstation’s machine.config file.

Answer: A


QUESTION 4
You work as a Web Developer at CERTKINGDOM.com. An MS ASP.NET Web application, named CERTKINGDOMApp1,
has been developed using the 3.5 version of MS Net Framework.
Subsequent to retrieving the most recent project version from the source control repository, you try
to compile it on your workstation and find that the reference to the assembly is absent.
You want to add a reference path that connects to the absent assembly.
Which of the following options should you access to achieve this?

A. The project’s property pages.
B. CERTKINGDOMApp1’s web.config file.
C. CERTKINGDOMApp1’s app.config file.
D. Your workstation’s machine.config file.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
You work as a Web Developer at CERTKINGDOM.com. You make use of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to
develop Microsoft ASP.NET Web applications.
An existing Web application was developed using Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0. the Web
application makes use of Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0, but does not make use
of any features of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.
You want to configure the Web application for .NET Framework 3.5 with as little administrative
effort as possible.
Which of the following actions should you take?

A. You should consider accessing Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 to modify the
handler runtime version.
B. You should consider accessing the machine.config file to modify the handler runtime version.
C. You should consider accessing the app.config file to modify the handler runtime version.
D. You should consider accessing the web.config file to modify the handler runtime version.

Answer: A

Explanation:


 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

Microsoft MB2-422 CRM 3.0 Customization – Q & A / Study Guide

Microsoft MB2-422
CRM 3.0 Customization


 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 


QUESTION 1:

You work as a CRM administrator at Certkingdom .com. Your assistant is named Clive
Wilson. You instruct Clive Wilson to define a second client in the case form that will
serve as the secondary owner. You also instruct Clive Wilson to ensure that the
contact data for the second client is readily accessible in Workflow without needing
custom development.
What should Clive Wilson do?

A. A relationship association between Case and User should be created in order to train
clients to create a Note on the Case document to backup the owner.
B. An organization-owned entity called ‘Secondary Owner’ should be created that keeps
data representing Microsoft CRM users which is assigned as Secondary Case owners.
Then you should create a relationship between Secondary Owner and Case to create a
lookup field on the Case form. Thereafter you are able to maintain information regarding
Secondary Owners separate from Users.
C. An nvarchar field should be created to permit the entry of the secondary client in the
case form.
D. The association between Case and Client should be created where the client is the
primary entity.

Answer: B


QUESTION 2:

You work as the CRM administrator at Certkingdom .com. Your assistant is named
Clive Wilson. The Certkingdom .com network consists of one Windows Small Business
Server 2003 Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com.
You have received instruction from the CIO to implement Microsoft CRM 3.0.
Certkingdom .com wants to associate service cases with accounts. Management wants to
link the case with a particular person associated with the account
You instruct Clive Wilson to identify the best solution to create this association?
What should Clive Wilson do?

A. The existing Responsible Contact lookup field on the Case Form should be exposed.
B. He should create a new nvarchar text attribute called Responsible Contact.
C. He should insist that the clients create a new association with the Responsible Contact
entity.
D. He should train the users to type the existing Responsible Contact topic field at the
beginning of the lookup field and expose the lookup filed in the case.

Answer: A


QUESTION 3:

You work as the network technician at Certkingdom .com. You have received instruction
from the CIO to implement Microsoft CRM. Certkingdom .com intends to use an image
file as an icon for a custom entity.
What should you do?

A. You should make use of the Microsoft CRM Deployment manager to upload an icon
for the Web and Outlook Clients.
B. You should make use of the Microsoft CRM Deployment manager to locate the
default custom entity icon in <install path>\_img\ for the Web client.
C. You should make use of the Microsoft CRM Customization Area to upload an icon for
the Web and Outlook Clients.
D. You should make use of the Microsoft CRM Customization Area to upload an icon for
the Web client. The image file is copied to the Outlook client network installation
location.

Answer: C


QUESTION 4:

You work as the network administrator at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com. You
implement Microsoft CRM 3.0 on the Certkingdom .com network.
You have received instruction from the CIO to integrate its financial system into
Microsoft CRM. You need to display four particular revenue fields on the Income
Form. You need to ensure that the information displayed is current.
What should you do?

A. The Income form should be modified. Post-callouts configured for specific events to
execute logic in custom assemblies to write data directly to the database of the financial
system should be used.
B. Use the Income form and create triggers on the Microsoft CRM database to write data
directly to the database of the financial system when records are created or updated
should be modified.
C. Use the Income form and client side code to write the data directly to the database of
the financial system should be modified.
D. Use the .aspx page that displays the Income form and write the data directly to the
database of the financial system should be modified.

Answer: A


QUESTION 5:

You work as the network administrator at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com. Microsoft
CRM 3.0 is implemented on the Certkingdom .com network.
You have received instruction from the CIO to execute conditional validation of the
field values. A Certkingdom .com employee named Andy Reid works in the Research
and Development department. You delegate the task of identifying the best option to
execute the validation to Andy Reid. You inform Andy Reid that the correct value of
a text field depends on the values in numerous other fields.
What should he do? (Choose all that apply.)

A. He should use the client side code in the OnLoad event to set the default value when
the Create form is used.
B. In the OnChange event for the Est. Revenue field you should set the value in order to
check the value of the field.
C. He should use the form OnChange Event.
D. In the OnSave event form he should compare the ‘value and ‘returnValue’ properties of
the Est. Revenue field to ensure that they are the same.
E. He should use the form OnSave Event.

Answer: E


QUESTION 6:

You work as the network administrator at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com. You
implement Microsoft CRM 3.0 on the Certkingdom .com network.
You have received instruction from the CIO to create a custom entity called ‘Event’.
‘Event’ will be used to keep data about certain events that are not part of the
normal services Certkingdom .com offers. A Certkingdom .com employee named Kara Lang
works in the Research and Development department.
You delegate the task of configuring three lookup fields on the event form. These
lookup fields are used to link Microsoft CRM clients who are responsible for the
areas of Entertainment, Catering, and Security. Kara Lang needs to identify the
possible solutions to address the need.
What should she do?

A. The Event entity should be created with a relationship to Activities than storing the
data in the Event form.
Task activities should then be created for the individual areas of responsibility.
B. Have a developer create A custom .aspx page needs to be created.
This will permit the clients to choose a CRM User and save the data with the Event
record.
No actual relationship is created in Microsoft CRM.
C. She should create three relationships between Event and User.
User will then be the primary entity.
The lookup fields are then displayed in the Event form.
D. A text field should be used to enter the names of the individuals without making use
of a lookup field.

Answer: A, B, D


QUESTION 7:

You work as the network administrator at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com. All
servers on the Certkingdom .com network run Windows Server 2003 and all client
computers run Windows XP Professional. You have recently configured a custom
entity named AccPri which exists with a relationship where the Account is the
Primary entity.
You have recently received instruction from the network CIO to configure another
custom entity named EnAccPri with a relationship where AccPri is the Primary
entity. You are required to ensure that when only the customizations export only the
customizations for AccPri are exported and imported the customizations into a new
Microsoft CRM installation the AccPri should exist in the new installation. You are
required to select from the following what you can additionally expect to find.
What should you do?

A. The EnAccPri is what you would expect to find.
The relationship between EnAccPri and AccPri is what you would expect to find.
B. You would expect to find nothing else imported.
C. The EnAccPri is what you would expect to find.
The relationship between AccPri and Account is what you would expect to find.
The relationship between EnAccPri and AccPri is what you would expect to find.
D. The relationship between AccPri and Account is what you would expect to find.

Answer: D


QUESTION 8:

You work as a consultant at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com network consists of a
single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com. You implement Microsoft
Dynamics CRM 3.0 on the Certkingdom .com network.
The following customizations have already been implemented:-
* Form Customizations
* Client-side-code
* Custom mapping and
* Custom relationship behaviors.
You have received instruction from the CIO to add additional customizations on
Microsoft CRM. There is a development system with Microsoft CRM installed that
is available to develop customizations. You need to identify the best way to add the
additional customizations.
What should you do?

A. The customizations should be exported for the entities you plan to customize from the
production system.
The customizations should then be imported to the development system.
You then develop and test the customizations on the development system.
Then you export the customizations from the development system and import the
customizations to the production system.
Thereafter you can publish the entities you initially exported from the production system.
B. You should develop the customizations on the development system.
Then the customizations need to be tested on the development system.
You need to record all the customizations that were developed.
Thereafter the customizations can be manually applied on the production system.
C. You should develop the customizations on the development system.
Then the customizations need to be tested on the development system.
Thereafter the customizations can be imported to the production system.
D. You should export the current customizations from the production system.
The customizations should then be imported to the development system.
You then develop and test the customizations on the development system.
Thereafter you export the customizations from the development system and import the
customizations to the production system.

Answer: D


QUESTION 9:

You work as the network administrator at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com
network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com.
You have received instruction from the CIO to add code on an event. You need to
add the code on the event that will only work if the user is online using the Outlook
client. A Certkingdom .com employee named Andy Reid works in the Research and
Development department. You delegate the task of checking the conditions prior to
the execution of the logic in your code.
What should he check the conditions? (Choose all that apply.)

A. He is able to determine whether the client is using the Outlook client by checking the
crmForm.IsForOutlookClient property.
B. He is able to determine whether the client is using the Outlook client by checking the
location property of the window. In the Outlook client the location property consist of a
reference field to port 5249.
C. You can send an HTTP request to an URL to find out if the client is online. As soon as
a request times out you can be sure that the client is not offline.
D. By checking the crmForm.IsOnline property you are able to determine whether the
client is online.

Answer: A, D


QUESTION 10:

You work as the system administrator at Certkingdom .com. The Certkingdom .com network
consists of a single Active Directory domain named Certkingdom .com. You have received
instruction to apply client-side code on-save event in the lead entity form.
You have received instruction from the CIO to publish customizations. A
Certkingdom .com employee named Mia Hamm works in the Sales department. One
morning Mia Hamm reports that an error occurred when she tried to save an
existing lead.
You are able to create new leads without an error. This error could have been
identified before the users.
What would have been the easiest method?

A. You should test the client side code making use of the Update Form menu option from
the Preview menu prior to publishing. The Preview menu is on the Form customization page.
B. You should test the code on another computer before applying it to the server and
preview the menu prior to publishing.
C. You should include conditional logic in the code to detect the user
D. You should check the code for syntax errors prior to applying the code to the form.

Answer: A

 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 

70-451 Q & A / Study Guide

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com


QUESTION 1
You work as a database developer at Certkingdom.com. You need to plan a SQL Server 2008 database
that will be accessed by mobile users.
The database must be able to profile data before importing it from heterogeneous data sources,
including Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and
CSV files. In addition, Certkingdom.com’s mobile users must have collaboration and offline capabilities
and they must be able to use heterogeneous data stores.
How should you plan your database if you want your design to use the least amount of
administrative effort?

A. You should make use of the Analysis Services and the Notification Services.
B. You should make use of the SQL Server Agent.
C. You should make use of the Integration Services and the Microsoft Sync Framework.
D. You should make use of the Service Broker and SQL Mail.

Answer: C


QUESTION 2
Certkingdom.com has hired you to design a SQL Server 2008 database for its online retail application. The
database must be able to run both Transact-SQL statements as well as SQL Server Integration
Services (SSIS) packages. Certkingdom.com plans on running scheduled maintenance tasks on the
database and they want the database to send alerts and notifications to the network
administrators.
How should you design this database?

A. You should make use of the Analysis Services and the Notification Services.
B. You should make use of the Reporting Services.
C. You should make use of SQL Server Agent.
D. You should make use of the Service Broker and the Notification Services.

Answer: C


QUESTION 3
Certkingdom.com hires you as their database administrator of their SQL Server 2008 database
infrastructure. You need to optimize a very large database table for query execution against string
data. The database contains several million rows of data. You need to ensure that the queries are
performed in order of proximity and are completed in the least amount of time possible.
How should you configure the database?

A. You should create a partitioned view on the table.
B. You should create a nonclustered index on the table.
C. You should make use of the Analysis Services.
D. You should enable Full-Text-Search.

Answer: D


QUESTION 4
You work as a database developer at Certkingdom.com. You need to design a SQL Server 2008 database
named Sales. The Sales database will have tables named Customers with an identity column
named CustomerID, Products with and identity column named ProductID, SalesReps with an
identity column named RepID, Orders with an identity column named OrderID, and Invoices with
an identity column named InvoiceID.
Sales representatives are assigned to specific customers with each Sales Representative being
assigned to more than one customer.
You need to ensure that the database is normalized and that it represents the relationship
between the Sales Representatives and the customers.
How should you design your database?

A. You should create a foreign key constraint between the SalesReps and Customers tables.
B. You should make use of the hierarchyid data type on the SalesReps table.
C. You should add a SalesRep2Customer table with foreign key constraints to the SalesReps and
Customers tables.
D. You should make use of a table-valued function on the SalesReps table.
E. You should make use of a view based on the SalesReps and Customers tables.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
Certkingdom.com has hired you as their database administrator of their SQL Server 2008 database
infrastructure. Certkingdom.com has a Sales database that contains tables named Orders, OrderDetails,
and Inventory. The OrderDetails table stores details for Orders table.
You need to ensure that when rows on the Orders table are moved to an archive and deleted from
the Orders table, the related detail in the OrdersDetails table is also deleted.
How would you accomplish this using the least lines of Transact-SQL code as possible?

A. You should create a filtered index on the OrderDetails table.
B. You should create a foreign key relationship between the Orders and OrderDetails tables.
C. You should create a stored procedure that deletes the related data on the OrderDetails table.
D. You should create a trigger on the Orders table that executes the stored procedure.
E. You should set Cascade Delete to False.
F. You should make use of the Service Broker.
G. You should set Cascade Delete to True.

Answer: B,G


MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

Microsft 70-638 Q & A / Study Guide

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com


QUESTION 1
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. Your role includes the management of the
company’s communication system which comprises of servers running Microsoft Office
Communications Server 2007 Standard Edition.
A server named Certkingdom-WebConf1 is configured as a Web Conferencing Server. Certkingdom-WebConf1
runs Windows Server 2008 and is configured with a C: drive and a D: drive.
You create two shared folders on the D: drive of Certkingdom-WebConf1 named Meeting and Metadata.
You want to store meeting content in the \\Certkingdom-WebConf1\Meeting folder. You want to store the
Metadata in the \\Certkingdom-WebConf1\Metadata folder.
How should you configure the two shared folders?

A. You should modify the permissions on the two folders to grant the Read permission and the
Write permission to the RTC Component Local Group.
B. You should modify the permissions on the two folders to grant the Read permission to the RTC
Component Local Group
C. You should modify the permissions on the two folders to grant the Read permission and the
Write permission to the RTCComponentUniversalServices group.
D. You should modify the permissions on the two folders to grant the Read permission to the
RTCComponentUniversalServices group.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. Your role includes the management of the
company’s unified communication infrastructure which includes multiple servers running Office
Communications Server 2007 Enterprise Edition. The company network consists of an internal
LAN and a perimeter network.
The perimeter network includes the following two Edge servers:
Certkingdom-Edge1 is configured as an A/V Edge server.
Certkingdom-Edge2 is configured as an Access and Web Conferencing Edge server.
The internal LAN includes the following OCS 2007 servers:
Certkingdom-Front1 is configured as a load balanced front end server.
Certkingdom-Front2 is configured as a load balanced front end server.
Certkingdom-SQL1 is configured as a clustered SQL Server.
Certkingdom-Dir1 is configured as a Director.
Certkingdom-Med1 is configured as a Mediation Server.
Remote users will use Microsoft Office Communicator Web Access 2007 for external access to
instant messaging and presence features.
You want to ensure that traffic from Communicator Web Access clients is encrypted using HTTPS.
Where should you install a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate to provide the HTTPS access?

A. You should install a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate on Certkingdom-Dir1.
B. You should install a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate on Certkingdom-Edge1.
C. You should install a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate on Certkingdom-Edge2.
D. You should install a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate on Certkingdom-Front1 and Certkingdom-Front2.
E. You should install a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate on Certkingdom-Med1.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The network consists of a single Active
Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. All servers run either Windows Server 2003 R2 or
Windows Server 2008. The client computers run either Windows XP Professional SP2 or
Windows 7 Professional. The office has a T1 data circuit and a T1 voice circuit.
You have been asked to deploy Office Communications Server 2007 as a unified communications
system for the company.
You install Office Communications Server 2007 Standard Edition on a server named Certkingdom-OCS1.
You then install Office Communicator 2007 on the client computers.
How can you enable all employees to call external phone numbers using Office Communicator
2007?

A. By uCertkingdomrading the Windows XP client computers to Service Pack 3 or later.
B. By uCertkingdomrading Certkingdom-OCS1 to Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise Edition.
C. By installing a Mediation server.
D. By installing a Director server.
E. By installing an Access Edge server.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 4
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The company uses an Office Communications
Server (OCS) 2007 Enterprise infrastructure for it’s unified communications system.
All client computers run Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 and are enabled for Address Book
Lookup.
Several new employees have started work at Certkingdom.com. The new employees all have Active
Directory user accounts and are enabled for OCS.
You have updated the address book in Office Communications Server 2007 by running the
abserver- regenUR and abserver- syncnow utilities.
What else should you do to ensure that the Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 clients download
the latest address book?

A. You should rename the Galcontacts.xml file on each network computer.
B. You should delete the Galcontacts.db file on each client computer.
C. You should delete the Outlook.nk file on each client computer.
D. You should run abserver- syncnow on each client computer.

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The network consists of a single Active
Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. All servers run either Windows Server 2003 R2 or
Windows Server 2008.
You are in the process of configuring a Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise
infrastructure to provide Enterprise Voice and Instant Messaging for the company.
You want to enable Public IM Connectivity (PIC) to enable employees to use Office Communicator
2007 initiate voice calls and IM conversations with users that run Windows Live Messenger.
Which of the following server roles are required to enable Public IM Connectivity (PIC)?

A. An Audio/Video Conferencing Edge Server.
B. A Web Conferencing Edge Server.
C. An Access Edge Server.
D. A Mediation Server.
E. A Reverse Proxy Server

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 6
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. You have been tasked with a project to design
a solution that provides Instant Messaging (IM) for the company.
The solution must enable external users or customers to initiate IM conversations with Certkingdom.com
employees working within the office LAN. IM sessions should be automatically reconnected if the
session is disconnected by an interruption in network connectivity.
You decide to implement Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007.
Which two of the following Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 configurations would meet
the requirements and minimize costs? (Choose two).

A. OCS 2007 Standard Edition configured as a Front-End server.
B. OCS 2007 Enterprise Edition configured as a Front-End server.
C. OCS 2007 Standard Edition configured as a Mediation server.
D. OCS 2007 Enterprise Edition configured as a Mediation server.
E. OCS 2007 Standard Edition configured as an Access Edge server.
F. OCS 2007 Enterprise Edition configured as an Access Edge server.

Answer: A,E

Explanation:


QUESTION 7
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The network consists of a single Active
Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. All servers run either Windows Server 2003 R2 or
Windows Server 2008. The company network consists of an internal LAN and a perimeter
network.
You are in the process of configuring a Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise
infrastructure to provide unified communications for the company.
Your deployment includes the following servers in the perimeter network.
Certkingdom-Edge1 is configured as an Access Edge server.
Certkingdom-Edge2 is configured as a Web Conferencing Edge server.
Certkingdom-RP1 is configured as a Reverse Proxy Server.
Your deployment also includes the following servers in the internal network.
Certkingdom-Front1 is configured as a load balanced front end server.
Certkingdom-Front2 is configured as a load balanced front end server.
Certkingdom-SQL1 is configured as a clustered SQL Server.
You need to provide external users with A/V conferencing and Web conferencing capability.
Which server role do you need to add to the infrastructure to provide the required capability?

A. A Director Server.
B. A Certificate Server.
C. An A/V Conferencing Edge Server.
D. A Mediation Server.
E. A Web Conferencing Edge Server.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 8
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The network consists of a single Active
Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. All servers run either Windows Server 2003 R2 or
Windows Server 2008.
The company has a Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 SP1 Enterprise Edition
infrastructure. You are in the process of migrating to an Office Communications Server 2007
Enterprise Edition infrastructure.
The Marketing department has been migrated to Office Communications Server 2007. The Sales
department still use the Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 SP1 system.
Twenty users are moving from the Marketing department to the Sales department. You need to
move the users from the Office Communications Server 2007 system to the Microsoft Office Live
Communications Server 2005 SP1 system.
You have enabled the users on the Live Communications Server 2005 SP1 system. You now
need to migrate the user data.
Which two of the following steps should you perform to migrate the user data from the from the
Office Communications Server 2007 system to the Microsoft Office Live Communications Server
2005 SP1 system? (Choose two).

A. You should export the user data from Office Communications Server 2007 using the Office
Communications Server 2007 administrative tools.
B. You should export the user data from Office Communications Server 2007 using Dbimpexp.exe.
C. You should import the user data into Live Communications Server 2003 SP1 using Live
Communications Server 2007 SP1 administrative tools.
D. You should import the user data into Live Communications Server 2005 SP1 using Dbimpexp.exe.

Answer: B,D

Explanation:


QUESTION 9
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The network consists of a single Active
Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. All servers run either Windows Server 2003 R2 or
Windows Server 2008.
You are in the process of configuring an Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise
infrastructure to provide unified communications for the company.
Your deployment includes the following servers.
Certkingdom-Edge1 is configured as an Access Edge and Web Conferencing Edge server.
Certkingdom-Front1 is configured as a front end server.
Certkingdom-SQL1 is configured as a SQL Server.
You need to configure the corporate firewall to provide external users with Web conferencing
capability.
How should you configure the firewall to provide the Web conferencing capability? (Choose two).

A. You should open TCP port 80 inbound to Certkingdom-Front1.
B. You should open TCP port 80 inbound to Certkingdom-Edge1.
C. You should open TCP port 443 inbound to Certkingdom-Front1.
D. You should open TCP port 443 inbound to Certkingdom-Edge1.
E. You should open TCP port 5061 inbound to Certkingdom-Front1.
F. You should open TCP port 5061 inbound to Certkingdom-Edge1.

Answer: D,F

Explanation:


QUESTION 10
You work as a Network Administrator at Certkingdom.com. The network consists of a single Active
Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain.
The company uses an Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise infrastructure that includes
the following servers.
Certkingdom-Front1 is configured as a front end server.
Certkingdom-SQL1 is configured as a SQL Server.
To increase capacity, you plan to expand the Office Communications Server 2007 infrastructure.
You will add another server running Office Communications Server 2007 Enterprise edition and
move from the current consolidated configuration to an expanded configuration.
Which server role do you need to add the current infrastructure to create an expanded
configuration?

A. You need to add a Director Server.
B. You need to add a Mediation Server.
C. You need to add an Access Edge Server.
D. You need to add a Front-End Server.
E. You need to add a Back-End Server.

Answer: D

Explanation:

 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 

Microsoft 70-630 Q & A / Study Guide

 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

 


QUESTION 1
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. You have just the completed the
insertion of new content in the root site. However, later that day the users complained that the new
content is not added in the search results when they run searches on the root site. You need to
make sure that the relevant content is included in query results.
What actions should you take to perform this task?

A. The best option is to set the Complete Through constraint.
B. The best option is to reset the crawled content and start a full crawl.
C. The best option is to set the Resource Center view.
D. The best option is to edit the CSS style sheet to include the new content.

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. One of Certkingdom.com branch offices
consists of a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domain. You have received instructions from
the CIO to extend SharePoint user profiles to include the userID property from the users’ domain accounts.
What actions should you take to perform this task?

A. The best option is to add a Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) server.
B. The best option is to create a custom Microsoft Management Console that can access the branch office.
C. The best option is to create a new user profile property that is configured with import mapping.
D. The best option is to run the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. The Certkingdom.com network contains a
SharePoint Portal Server 2003 server named ABC-SR44. ABC-SR44 hosts a SharePoint portal
that is accessed through a hyperlink on the users’ client computers.
The hyperlink points to http://www.Certkingdom.com/ms/certifications.
You want to migrate ABC-SR44 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007. You need to
ensure that the SharePoint portal will be accessible after the migration.
What actions should you take to perform this task?

A. By running the stsadm command with the osearch operator.
B. By editing the hyperlink so it will point to the new URL of the migrated content.
C. By running the stsadm command with the enumsites operator.
D. By enabling the Shared Services Provider Synchronizing job.

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 4
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. Certkingdom.com contains a Microsoft
Content Management Server 2002 computer named ABC-SR11. You have received instructions
from the CIO to uABCrade ABC-SR11 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007.
What actions should you take to perform this task?

A. The best option is to run the stsadm command with the addwppack operator.
B. The best option is to run the stsadm command with the installfeature operator.
C. The best option is to run the CMS Assessment utility on ABC-SR11.
D. The best option is to run the Optimize HTML command in SharePoint Designer.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. Certkingdom.com has a Development
department with a database server named ABC-DB02. ABC-DB02 hosts a database named CkdProducts.
Certkingdom.com has implemented a Web application in the SharePoint site that must access data in CkdProducts.
What actions should you take?

A. The best option is to obtain and install an application definition file from the Development department.
B. The best option is to enable the Save for Sharing option, then save CkdProducts in the Development department.
C. The best option is to save CkdProducts as a Microsoft Excel 2007 worksheet.
D. The best option is to create a custom group in the Site Settings page to the trusted file locations list.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 6
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. Certkingdom.com has a Web site named
testdocs that is hosted by an Internet service provider (ISP). Anonymous authentication is
configured on testdocs.
Certkingdom.com adds a Microsoft Excel 2007 spread sheet to testdocs. However, you have received
complaints from Certkingdom.com users that they get access denied errors when trying to use Excel
Services to access the spreadsheets.
What step should you perform to resolve this problem?

A. You should consider configuring a new Excel Services trusted file location.
B. You should consider selecting the Enable logging option.
C. You should consider configuring the Event Throttling feature.
D. You should consider editing the application.master file.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 7
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. Certkingdom.com has a Sales department
that stores documents in a SharePoint site. The site has a list view Web part named
ABCCustomers that is populated with the names of customers.
You have received instructions from the CIO to add another Web part that will allow the Sales department
members to filter the names displayed on the ABCCustomers Web part.
How would you accomplish this?

A. By adding a Text Filter Web part.
B. By adding a DropDown List on the Web part.
C. By replacing the ABCCustomers Web part with a GridView.
D. By using the view in the team builder.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 8
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. You have received instructions from
the CIO to create a new SharePoint site based on the Report Center template. The site must have
a new page with the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) and the Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
Details Access Web parts.
What actions should you take?

A. The best option is to add a new dashboard page.
B. The best option is to add a pivot table on the Article page layout.
C. The best option is to add a State field on the News Home page layout.
D. The best option is to edit the default.master file on the Document Center template.

Answer: A

Explanation:


QUESTION 9
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. The Certkingdom.com network has a
database server named ABC-DB30 that is running Microsoft SQL Server 2005. Certkingdom.com has
acquired a Marketing Data Catalog (MDC) application that will access a database hosted on ABCDB30.
To ensure productivity throughout the company you need to make sure that the information
exposed via the Marketing Data Catalog (MDC) application is available in the search results.
What actions should you take to perform this task?

A. By having the information displayed in the Resources Earned Value view.
B. By having Project selected from the View Type list in order to display the resource data.
C. By having the application.master file edited using an ASCII editor.
D. By having the default access account implemented for the Marketing Data Catalog (MDC)
application.

Answer: D

Explanation:


QUESTION 10
You work as a SharePoint Server administrator at Certkingdom.com. You have received instructions from
the CIO to implement a new SharePoint site. The CIO wants the site to have a key performance
indicator (KPI) list, a data connections library and a reference library.
How would you accomplish this?

A. The best option is to add a new pivot chart.
B. The best option is to add a new dashboard page.
C. The best option is to add a new State field.
D. The best option is to add a new Project Center page.

Answer: B

Explanation:


 

MCTS Training, MCITP Trainnig

Best Microsoft MCTS Certification, Microsoft MCITP Training at certkingdom.com

A Hotels in Malta Theme. Designed by Malta Hotel and Malta Hotels