QUESTION: 28 You need to configure the existing managed metadata service application for term store management. Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.) A. Grant the Read and Restricted Write Access to Term Store permission to the Wingtip Toys and Tailspin Toys application pool accounts. B. Grant the Full Access to Term Store permission to the Blue Yonder application pool account. C. Add the managed metadata service connection to the application proxy group that is assigned to all three web applications. D. Grant the Read Access to Term Store permission to the Local Farm account. E. Grant the Read and Restricted Write Access to Term Store permission to the Local Farm account. Answer: A, C, E Explanation:Note: * From scenario: In preparation for the upgrade you maximize the default upload limits for each web application. Blue Yonder has an existing managed metadata service containing
managed metadata and content types. The content types have workflows. You create a new managed metadata service connection for the Wingtip Toys web application. * What is the role of managed metadata service application? A Managed Metadata service application enables Web applications to store and access keywords from a managed metadata term database. For My Sites, this functionality is required for users to specify keywords in the Ask Me About section or use keywords for social tagging. A Managed Metadata service application is highly recommended for My Sites. * / Yesterday, one of our user has logged a ticket by mentioning that he is not able to update his skills in mysite. Error message: You do not have access to edit this user profile This error is very tricky but simple to understand and troubleshoot where exactly the problem is as per the Microsoft guidelines. This error can occur if Managed Metadata service application is connected to the Web application that hosts My Sites and the Managed Metadata Service Application connection has only Read Access to Term Store permission. / To resolve this error, please do the following: 1-Central Administration-Click Application Management 2-In the Service Applications section, click Manage service applications. 3-On the Manage Service Applications page, click the User Profile service application that is associated with the Web application that hosts My Sites, and then, in the Operations section of the ribbon, click Permissions. 4-In the Connection Permissions for Managed Metadata Service, click either Read and Restricted Write Access to Term Store or Full Access to Term Store.