You have a network share named Share1 that contains the extracted installation

You have a network share named share1 that contains

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You have a network share named Share1 that contains the extracted installation files for SharePoint Server 2013. You download a cumulative update for SharePoint Server 2013 named Cu1.exe. You need to create a slipstreamed installation source that contains the cumulative update. What should you do? A. Run cul.exe and specify the /extract parameter. B. Copy Cul.exe to the Updates folder in Share1. C. Run setup.exe and specify the /extract parameter. D. Create a folder named 15\Resources in Share1, and then copy Cul.exe to the 15\Resources folder. Answer: A Explanation: Extract the contents of the downloaded update file to the Updates folder in the SharePoint installation source with the following command: {FileName}.exe /extract:C:\SPInstall\Updates Note: SharePoint updates that have been released since the product launch provide fixes and enhancements to the product, and including these updates in a new installation is recommended. Rather than manually applying the updates after installing SharePoint, you can include them in a ‘slipstream’ mode so that they are automatically installed with SharePoint.
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121 Question: 158 You plan to deploy a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm. The farm will contain several site collections that use the Team Site template. The site collections will use navigation that is defined in a TermSet. You need to identify which features must be activated to ensure that the site collections can use the planned navigation. Which features should you identify? A. Metadata and Navigation Filtering and SharePoint Server Enterprise Site B. SharePoint Server Publishing and Content Organizer C. Metadata and Navigation Filtering and SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure D. SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure and SharePoint Server Publishing Answer: D Question: 159 DRAG DROP You have a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm. The farm has four front-end Web servers. You have a master page named Contoso.master. The master page contains an image file that is 50 KB. You need to recommend a solution to cache content. The solution must meet the following requirements: The image must be stored physically on each front-end Web server. Authentication information must be cached and replicated on all of the font-end Web servers. The pages generated by using Contoso.master and all of the page layouts must be stored in the memory of each front-end Web server. Which caching mechanism should you recommend for each requirement? (To answer, drag the appropriate caching mechanisms to the correct requirements. Each caching mechanism 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.) Answer:
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122 Question: 160 HOTSPOT You are planning the capacity of a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm. In the table below, identify which requirements can be implemented in SharePoint Server 2013. Make only one selection in each row.
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