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Exam name: PRO: Designing and Developing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010 Applications (Available in 2010)
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Q31. You are designing a SharePoint 2010 application. You need to ensure that a custom list named Phone Numbers is automatically created and added to the site whenever a new Team Site is created. Which approach should you recommend?

A.

C.

Answer: D


Q38. Your development team has asked you to help them determine the cause of an error in a document conversion in SharePoint 2010. Your team has checked the Unified Logging Service (ULS) and Event logs, but cannot find the error. You need to direct them to discover more information in the ULS and Event logs to help identify the error.

Which approach should you recommend?

A. Examine the ULSTraceLog view in the SharePoint logging database.

B. Disable the Event Log Flood Protection property and test the conversion again.

C. Adjust the throttling of document conversion events and test the conversion again.

D. Adjust the trace log disk space usage setting and test the conversion again.

Answer: C


Q39. You are designing a SharePoint 2010 intranet site at your company. The accounting department has designed a SharePoint list. They need this list to be included in any new site that is created by using the Team Site site definition provided by SharePoint. A feature has been created that provisions the list in a site. You need to satisfy the request from the accounting department, while reducing the risk that future SharePoint service pack updates will impact your solution. Which approach should you recommend?

A. Modify the Team Site onet.xml file. Add the feature to the Web Features element in the onet.xml file.

B. Modify the Team Site onet.xml file. Add the feature to the Site Features element in the onet.xml file.

C. Create an event handler and register it with the Web Adding event. Activate the feature in the event handler.

D. Create an event handler and register it with the Web Provisioned event. Activate the feature in the event handler.

Answer: D


Q40. You work for a product company that sells custom SharePoint 2010 Web Parts to customers. You are designing a Web Part that will be deployed to the Web Part gallery when a feature is activated. The feature must accommodate multiple languages, so that a user will see the name of the feature in the same language that was used to create the site. You need to ensure that your design meets this requirement. Which two approaches would accomplish this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A. For each language, add a new node to the Manifest.xml file. Add the language ID and the localized name of the feature to each node.

B. For each language, add a new node to the Feature.xml file. Add the language ID and the localized name of the feature to each node.

C. Create a resource file for each language. Deploy the .resx files to the 14\Resources folder. Assign the name of the feature a resource token value.

D. Create a resource file for each language. Deploy the .resx files to a folder named Resources inside the feature folder. Assign the name of the feature a resource token value.

Answer: CD


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Q41. You are consulting with a customer who plans to scale out their SharePoint 2010 Internet farm. You recommend that they install the standard SharePoint 2010 software needed to support the Web server role, including language support software, on their servers.

The new requirements for the farm include the following:

•Two new front-end Web servers will be added to the current system to increase the performance and availability of the Internet sites.

.The new Web servers must properly render all sites in the five languages currently supported in the farm.

.The installation must support the addition of more languages in the future and conform to all future service pack updates.

.The installation plan must use standard SharePoint 2010 tools and procedures.

You need to design a plan for the customer to set up the Web servers to support all of the languages and meet the requirements. What should you recommend that the customer do next?

A. Install a language pack for each of the languages needed to display all site pages correctly. Include each of the language-specific site templates used to create the current sites.

B. Install the same multilingual installation packages on the Web servers that were used to install the supported languages.

C. Create the site collections needed to support the sites in all supported languages, including each of the language-specific site templates. Install a language pack for each of the supported languages.

D. Install the default language for the current farm on the two new Web servers. Then migrate all sites in the farm to these servers, including all language-specific site templates. Update the new Web servers with all necessary language packs.

Answer: A


Q42. You are planning an upgrade from an existing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 farm to a SharePoint 2010 farm. The existing farm contains customized master pages. These master pages include modifications of the:

•Publishing Console

.Site Actions Menu

.Log-in Control

Your design must specify an upgrade to the existing master pages to function correctly in SharePoint 2010. Which approach should you recommend?

A. Create a new SharePoint 2010 master page and add the required controls into the Ribbon on the page.

B. Update the cascading style sheet (CSS) styles in the core.css file of the existing SharePoint sites with the SharePoint 2010 CSS styles. Add SharePoint 2010 content placeholders to the existing master pages.

C. Create SharePoint 2010 delegate controls for all of the custom controls in the existing MOSS 2007 master pages. Add these controls to the new SharePoint 2010 master pages.

D. Use the Farm Configuration wizard to upgrade the existing MOSS 2007 master pages so that the pages are compatible with SharePoint 2010.

Answer: A


Q43. You are designing a SharePoint 2010 application. You have a requirement to allow access to a Microsoft Windows .NET Framework assembly across multiple Web applications in a farm. An assembly element has been added to the solution manifest (manifest.xml). You need to ensure that the deployment of the assembly meets the requirements. Which approach should you recommend?

A. Specify a Deployment Target of GlobalAssemblyCache.

B. Specify a Deployment Target of Web Application.

C. Specify a Location of GlobalAssemblyCache.

D. Specify a Location of Web Application.

Answer: A


Q44. You are designing a custom SharePoint 2010 solution package. It will include a feature that contains a Web Part, which requires a custom assembly for its functionality. You need to design the feature based on the following requirements:

•The Web Part must be a partial trust application and support a custom Code Access Security (CAS) policy.

.The solution package must be deployed without the need of farm-level administrator permissions.

Which approach should you recommend?

A. Create the Web Part feature and deploy the required assembly to the bin directory of only the Web applications that require it. Then delegate administration to the site administrator. Lastly, create a custom CAS policy file and point to it the web.config file of the application.

B. Create the Web Part feature assembly with a strong name and deploy it using a .wsp file to the _app_bin directory of all Web applications where it is needed. Then activate it using delegated administration.

C. Create an assembly with a strong name and deploy it to the global assembly cache at the farm level. Activate the feature at the site collection level with delegated administration.

D. Create the Web Part feature as a sandboxed solution.

Answer: D


Q45. You are designing a Web application for a SharePoint 2010 system. You need to plan an authorization system that meets the following requirements:

•It must enforce uniform security throughout all site collections at the Web application or zone level.

.It must use Windows authentication.

.It must assign a role incorporating a collection of rights to individual SharePoint 2010 users or domain groups.

.It must specify the rights for a user or group in the Web application based on an Active Directory (AD) user or group account.

.The rights should not be shared across other Web applications.

You need to design a plan that provides specific control of SharePoint object access and meets all requirements.

Which approach should you recommend?

A. Create custom SharePoint roles and assign AD users and groups to the roles.

B. Create a security policy in the web.config file for the Web application. Add AD users and groups to the policy.

C. Create a forms-based authentication and set the Zone to Extranet for the Web application. Specify a custom role provider that maps to a custom Microsoft SQL Server database for users and groups.

D. Create a custom authentication provider based on Kerberos for the Web application. Specify roles for the users and groups in a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory.

Answer: B



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