QUESTION: 70 HOTSPOT You are managing a SharePoint farm. All users in the farm have access to a document library app. You need to begin the process of enabling managed terms for the app. Which option should you select? (To answer, select the appropriate option in the answer area.) Enterprise Metadata and Keywords Settings
Note: Consistent use of metadata The managed metadata features in SharePoint products enable you to control how users add metadata to content. For example, by using term sets and managed terms, you can control which terms users can add to content, and you can control who can add new terms. You can also limit enterprise keywords to a specific list by configuring the Keywords term set as closed. When the same terms are used consistently across sites, it is easier to build robust processes or solutions that rely on metadata. Additionally, it is easier for site users to apply metadata consistently to their content. QUESTION: 71 DRAG DROP You are managing a SharePoint site collection that contains a site for each department. Users in the Accounting department have the following requirements for the department SharePoint site: - All group members must be able to create document workspaces, approve site content, and add group members. - Group membership must be visible only to group members.
- Other users must not be able to request group membership. You need to meet the requirements of the Accounting department. Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) Answer:Explanation:
Box 1: Box 2: Box 3: Note: * Manage, but not create subsites. * Editing group membership, only available for existing members. QUESTION: 72 You are configuring a query rule for a site in a SharePoint site collection. You need to promote specific search results during a defined date range only. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.) A. Configure actions for the rule. B. Configure query conditions for the rule. C. Add the rule with a source type. D. Add the rule without a source type. E. Configure publishing options for the rule. Answer: A, E Explanation:Without using any custom code, Search service application administrators, site collection administrators, and site owners can help searches respond to the intent of users by creating query rules. In a query rule, you specify conditions and correlated actions. When a query meets the conditions in a query rule, the search system performs the actions specified in the rule to improve the relevance of the search results, such as by narrowing results or changing the order in which results are
displayed. For example, a query rule condition could be that a term in a query matches a particular term in a SharePoint term set, or that a query is frequently performed on a particular result source in a search system, such as videos. When the query rule condition is satisfied, a correlated action could be to show a specific item at the top of the search results. You can configure query rules for one or more result
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Windows Server 2003, SharePoint, Windows SharePoint Services