You need to configure a managed path to support Project2 What should you do A

You need to configure a managed path to support

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Question: 16 You need to configure a managed path to support Project2. What should you do? A. Use an explicit inclusion for /corp. B. Create a new IIS virtual directory under the /corp site. C. Create a new IIS virtual directory under the default website. D. Use a wildcard inclusion for /corp. Answer: D Question: 17 You need to implement Office 365 authentication. What should you do? use the
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15 Question: 18 You need to select the appropriate authentication method for App1. What should you do? Question: 19 You need to resolve the authentication issue that occurs in the SharePoint environment. What should you do? Question: 20 DRAG DROP You are troubleshooting the problems with viewing scanned contracts. You need to select the appropriate Performance Monitor counters to use. Which performance counters should you use? (To answer, drag the appropriate counters to the correct location or locations in the answer area. Each counter may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)
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16 Answer: Question: 21 You need to implement Office 365 authentication. What should you do? A. Create an AD DS domain named proseware.com and join the AD FS servers to the proseware.com domain. B. Add a DNS CNAME record for and point it to . C. Deploy an AD FS proxy for the proseware.com domain. D. Add proseware.com as an Office 365 SSO domain and update all user principal names (UPNs) to also use proseware.com. Answer: D
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