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Question No. 31

You are using SharePoint 2010 to design a site at your company. All employees need to have permission to fill out a new form. When an employee submits the form, the request should be saved as an item in a custom list.

You have the following requirements:

•For security reasons, employees must only be able to view their own requests.

.Employees must not be able to view requests that other employees have submitted.

.Company managers must have permission to view every request submitted.

Which approach should you recommend?

A.

C.

Answer: D


Question No. 42

You are designing a SharePoint 2010 solution that includes a custom site definition and a custom master page.

The solution has the following three features:

•A hidden site-scoped feature named X that adds the custom master page to the Master Page gallery.

.A Web-scoped feature named Y with a feature receiver that sets the master page of the Web to the master page from feature X.

.A Web-scoped feature named Z with a feature receiver that populates the default.aspx file with sample content.

Any Web site that is created based on the solution’s custom site definition must have the master page and the sample content applied to it automatically. Your design must ensure that features X, Y, and Z can be activated in the proper order. Which approach should you recommend?

A. Include features X, Y, and Z in that order in the onet.xml file for the site definition.

B. Include a user control in the custom master page to activate feature Z the first time the page is rendered, and include features X and Y in the onet.xml file for the site definition.

C. Set feature dependencies so that feature X is dependent upon feature Y and feature Y is dependent upon feature Z, and then use feature stapling to attach feature X to the site definition.

D. Set feature dependencies so that feature Y is dependent upon feature Z, and then use feature stapling to attach features X and Y to the site definition.

Answer: B


Question No. 43

You are planning security for a SharePoint 2010 intranet site. A sub site for the human resources (HR) department contains a list of salary information. All the HR department employees are in an Active Directory (AD) group named SharePoint HR. The SharePoint HR AD group has been granted Read access to the sub site.

You have the following requirements:

•Access to the list should be handled only through the HR department group.

.The group membership of the AD HR group should be used to specify the site permissions.

.The department’s administrative assistant should not have access to view the salary list.

You need to ensure that permissions are configured on the sub site to meet these requirements. Which plan should you recommend?

A. Remove the assistant from the SharePoint HR AD group. Give the assistant individual Read access to the site.

Modify the salary list permissions, removing the assistant from the list.

B. Modify the salary list permissions, explicitly denying the assistant Read access to the salary list.

C. Modify the salary list permissions, remove the SharePoint HR group from the list of users and groups who have been granted any sort of access to the list. Grant each employee of the HR department individual Read access to the salary list, with the exception of the assistant.

D. Modify the salary list permissions, explicitly denying the SharePoint HR group Read access to the salary list.

Grant each employee of the HR department individual Read access to the salary list, with the exception of the assistant.

Answer: A


Question No. 44

You are using SharePoint 2010 to develop multiple Internet sites. You have the following requirements:

•Create a user registration page for each site.

.Use the logic found in a custom control named UserRegistration.ascx.

You need to provide a solution that will allow each site to have a custom user registration page with HTML editing capability. Which approach should you recommend?

A. Create a page based on a page layout that references UserRegistration.ascx and includes an HTML editing field.

B. Create a page that references UserRegistration.ascx and includes an HTML editing field.

C. Create an application page deployed to the _layouts directory that references UserRegistration.ascx and includes an HTML editing field.

D. Create an application page deployed to the Pages library that references UserRegistration.ascx and includes an HTML editing field.

Answer: A


Question No. 45

You are planning to store some custom configuration settings in a SharePoint 2010 farm. A set of key-value pairs must be saved and retrieved for several sub sites within a web application. You need to ensure that the key-value settings are stored for each sub site. Which approach should you recommend?

A. Declaratively store the values in the web.config file for the web application.

B. Declaratively store the values in a custom list in the site collection that contains the sub sites.

C. Programmatically store the values in the property bag of the SPFile object.

D. Programmatically store the values in the property bag of the SPWeb object.

Answer: D