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Microsoft 70-631 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

Free 70-631 Sample Questions:

1. You plan to deploy Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0.
You need to design a WSS infrastructure to meet the following requirements: User requests for WSS content should be distributed across multiple servers. WSS content should be centralized.
What should you do?
A. Deploy two or more WSS front-end servers running local instances of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 to store the content database.
B. Deploy two or more WSS front-end servers. Store the content database on a single instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2005.
C. Deploy a single WSS front-end server. Deploy two or more instances of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 to store the content database.
D. Deploy two complete installations of WSS.
Answer: B

2. You have deployed Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0.
A WSS server hosts a production WSS Web site and a staging WSS Web site for the developer group. Each site uses its own Web application. The developer group uses the staging site to test custom Web parts. When a new custom Web part is tested in the staging site, both sites fail.
You need to ensure that development testing on the staging site does not affect the production site. What should you do?
A. Configure the application pool identity to use a non-administrative user account.
B. Configure each Web application to run in its own application pool.
C. Increase the Rapid Fail Protection value for the application pool.
D. Create a separate ISAPI filter for each of the WSS Web sites.
Answer: B

3. You have deployed Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 2.0 with a single site collection. You need to upgrade to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 while maintaining all existing URLs. What should you do?
A. Install WSS 3.0 on a new server and configure an alternate URL that refers to the WSS 2.0 server.
B. Install WSS 3.0 over the existing WSS 2.0 deployment.
C. Attach the content database to a new Microsoft SQL Server 2005 instance. Install WSS 3.0 on a new server and create an alias (CNAME) record that references the old server name.
D. Use the Smigrate.exe tool to migrate the site collection.
Answer: B

4. You upgrade a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 2.0 deployment to WSS 3.0.
The WSS 2.0 deployment provided site access in English, German, and Spanish. After the upgrade, users cannot access sites in German or Spanish.
You need to ensure that users can access sites in English, German, and Spanish.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Create two new copies of the content database. Alter the two new database collations to match the German language and Spanish language character sets.
B. Install the Language Template pack on the WSS 3.0 server.
C. Install the Windows Server 2003 German and Spanish input languages.
D. Run the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration wizard.
Answer: B, D

5. You deploy six servers that run Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0. You need to centrally monitor the WSS servers to identify HTTP 404 errors.
What should you do?
A. Create a counter log that uses the Network Interface: Bytes Total/Sec counter on each WSS server. Store the counter log results in a Microsoft SQL Server database.
B. Install Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) on a network server. Install the IIS management pack on the MOM server.
C. Configure the IIS Log active format on each WSS server to use the Microsoft IIS Log File Format option.
D. Create a custom Microsoft Management Console (MMC) that contains the Event Viewer from each WSS server.
Answer: B

6. You deploy Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 in multiple Web server farms. Each Web server farm consists of three or more front-end WSS servers.
You need to centrally monitor services across all of the WSS servers in the Web server farms.
What should you do?
A. On each WSS server, configure the Central Administration Diagnostic Logging feature to store trace logs on a network share.
B. Install Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM). Download and install the WSS management pack on the MOM server.
C. Create a custom Microsoft Management Console (MMC) that contains the Event Viewer from each WSS server.
D. Add the Web Service: Current Connections counter for each WSS server to a Performance Monitor chart view.
Answer: B


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