Your network contains a server named Server1 that has Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 installed. You install the Office Web Apps Feature on Server1. You need to ensure that users can use their Web browsers to open the Microsoft Office Word documents stored in the SharePoint site collections. What should you do first?
A. Activate the Office Web Apps Feature.
B. Install the Office File Converter Pack on Server1.
C. Install Microsoft Office Professional 2010 on Server1.
D. Create a new Web application named Office Web Apps.
You install the Web Server (IIS) role on a server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2. Your company’s default Web site has an IP address of 10.10.0.1. You add a Web site named HelpDesk. The HelpDesk Web site cannot be started. You need to configure the Helpdesk Web site so that it can be started.
What should you do?
A. Run the iisreset /enable command on the server.
B. Configure the Helpdesk Web site to use a host header.
C. Run the appcmd add site /name: HelpDesk /id:2 /physicalPath: c:\HelpDesk /binding:http/*:80: helpdesk
command on the server.
D. Run the set-location Cliteralpath "d:\HelpDesk_content" HelpDesk ID:2 location port:80 domain:helpdesk
command in the Microsoft Windows PowerShell tool on the server.
Configure a Host Header for a Web Site (IIS 7) Host headers (also known as domain names or host names) let you assign more than one site to a single IP address on a Web server. To configure a host header for a site
1. Open IIS Manager. For information about opening IIS Manager, see Open IIS Manager (IIS 7).
2. In the Connections pane, expand the Sites node in the tree, and then select the site for which you want to configure a host header.
3. In the Actions pane, click Bindings.
4. In the Site Bindings dialog box, select the binding for which you want to add a host header and then click Edit or click Add to add a new binding with a host header.
5. In the Host name box, type a host header for the site, such as www.contoso.com.
6. Click OK.
7. To add an additional host header, create a new binding with the same IP address and port, and the new host header. Repeat for each host header that you want to use this IP address and port.
You have a server that runs Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition. The server has the Failover Clustering feature installed. The server has three nodes named NODE1, NODE2, and NODE3. The Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC) resource is installed on the cluster. The cluster has a dedicated cluster group named Group1 that includes the MSDTC resource. You discover that Group1 is unable to failover to NODE3 from NODE1 or NODE2. The failover from NODE1 to NODE2 functions without errors. You need to configure Group1 to support the failover between all cluster nodes. What should you do?
A. Remove the MSDTC resource from Group1.
B. Select NODE3 as a preferred owner for Group1.
C. Remove NODE3 as a possible owner from all cluster resources in Group1.
D. Configure NODE3 as a possible owner for all cluster resources in Group1.
You install the Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) role on a server that runs Windows Server 2008. You create a group named SPReviewers that will access content on the WSS server. You need to restrict the permissions for the SPReviewers group to viewing items, opening items, and viewing versions. Which permissions should you configure for the SPReviewers group?
D. Limited Access
To restrict the permissions of the group to viewing items, opening items, and viewing versions, you need to assign Read permission. The Read permission level includes the View Items, Open Items, View Pages, and View Versions permissions (among others), all of which are needed to read documents, items, and pages on a SharePoint site. Reference: About security features of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
You manage a computer named FTPSrv1 that runs Windows Server 2008. Your company policy requires that the FTP service be available only when required by authorized projects. You need to ensure that the FTP service is unavailable after restarting the server. What should you do?
A. Run the iisreset command on the FTPSrv1 server.
B. Run the net stop msftpsvc command on the FTP server.
C. Run the suspend-service msftpsvc cmdlet in Microsoft Windows PowerShell tool.
D. Run the WMIC /NODE:FTPSrv1 SERVICE WHERE caption="FTP Publishing Service" CALL ChangeStartMode
"Disabled" command on the FTP server.
To make sure that FTP service unavailable after restarting the server, you need to Run the WMIC /NODE: TKFSVE SERVICE WHERE the caption="FTP Publishing Service" CALL ChangeStartMode "Disabled" command on this particular FTP server. The WMI command-line (WMIC) utility provides a command-line interface for WMI. The /Node command allows you to specify computer names and synchronously execute all commands against all computers listed in this value. To disable FTP service on the computer, you need to use ChangeStartMode "Disabled" command. Reference: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394531(VS.85).aspx Reference: Gathering WMI Data without Writing a Single Line of Code / System Configuration Changes
You have two servers that run Windows Server 2008 named Server1 and Server2. You install Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 on Server1. You install the SMTP feature on Server2. You configure the outgoing email settings on Server1 to use the SMTP service on Server2. You need to ensure that email messages from Server1 are forwarded to users. What should you do?
A. On Server2, create a new application pool, and then associate the application pool with a new Web site.
B. On Server2, configure the SMTP service to accept anonymous connections and to relay email messages.
C. On Server1, create a new application pool. On an internal DNS server, create a new MX record for Server1.
D. On Server1, create a new application pool. On an internal DNS server, create a new MX record for Server2.
You can configure the SMTP service to accept relayed email from servers in your farm. You can decide to accept relayed email from all servers except those you specifically exclude. Alternatively, you can block email from all servers except those you specifically include. You can include servers individually, or in groups by subnet or domain. You can enable both anonymous access and email relaying but by doing this, you increase the possibility that the SMTP server will be used to relay unsolicited commercial email (spam).
Reference: Configure outgoing email settings (Windows SharePoint Services) http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288949(TechNet.10).aspx
You manage a server named SSP1 that runs Windows Server 2008. SSP1 has the Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) role in standalone mode. You manage another Windows Server 2008 server named SSP2. You install the WSS role on SSP2. During the installation, you indicate that SSP2 must be a member of a WSS server farm. You are unable to connect to SSP1 in the server farm. You need to configure SSP1 and SSP2 in a WSS server farm. What should you do?
A. Restart the Web Management service on SSP1.
B. Set the Microsoft .NET Framework Trust Level to Low on both SSP1 and SSP2.
C. Set the Microsoft .NET Framework Trust Level to Medium on both SSP1 and SSP2.
D. Uninstall and reinstall WSS on SSP1 and select the server farm mode during the installation.
To configure both ERA1 and ERA2 in the WSS server farm, you should uninstall the WSS on ERA1 and select the server farm mode while reinstalling it. The server farm mode will enable you to configure both the servers in the WSS server farm. Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services was designed to be useful in large server farms, supporting hundreds or thousands of SharePoint sites and millions of users. When you manage a server farm environment for Windows SharePoint Services, you need to make certain choices about configuring your environment, and you need to be aware of how Windows SharePoint Services works in that environment. This topic explains those choices, and describes how to work with Windows SharePoint Services in a large-scale, server farm environment.
Your company runs Windows Server 2008. The company network is configured as an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The network has a Web server named WEB1. The domain users access WEB1 by using http://web1. You generate a self-signed certificate for WEB1 and configure WEB1 to use SSL. Users report that they get a warning message when they connect to WEB1 by using https://web1. You need to ensure that users can connect to WEB1 without receiving a warning message. What should you do?
A. Add the https: //web1 name to the list of Trusted Sites zone on all the computers in the domain.
B. Open the Certificates console on WEB1.
Export the self-signed certificate to a web1.cer file.
Install the web1.cer file on all the computers in the domain.
C. Join WEB1 to the contoso.com domain.
Reissue the self-signed certificate.
Request all the users to use https://web1.contoso.com to connect to WEB1.
D. Create a DNS Host (A) Record for WEB1 in the contoso.com zone.
Reissue the self- signed certificate.
Request all the users to use https: //webl.contoso.com to connect to WEB1.
To ensure that the users can connect to TK2.com without getting warning messages, you should export the self-signed certificate to a TK2.cer file. Then, you install the tk2.cer file on all computers accessing the website. The users account will be authenticated through the certificate and they will not get any warning messages. The .cer file is an internet security certificate extension which confirms the authenticity of a website installed on a server.
Your network consists of a single Active Directory domain. The domain contains a server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2. The server has Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 installed. You need to allow users to create distribution lists from a SharePoint site. What should you do on the SharePoint Foundation 2010 server?
A. Set the outgoing mail character set to 1200(Unicode).
B. Enable the SharePoint Directory Management Service.
C. Configure the site to accept messages from authenticated users only.
D. Configure the site to use the default Rights Management server in Active Directory Domain Services.
To configure WSS server in such a way that it allow users to create distribution lists from a SharePoint site, you need to enable the SharePoint Directory Management Service on the server. A distribution list contains the email addresses of existing address lists as well as the email addresses of other site members. Distribution lists are available only if the SharePoint Directory Management Service is enabled in Central Administration. All new subsites that are created in an email-enabled site collection are automatically email-enabled also. If you choose to use an existing group during site creation, the distribution list for the parent site (if available) will be associated with the new site Reference: Introduction to incoming email/ New site creation walkthrough http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA100823061033.aspx