74 HOTSPOT A company has a SharePoint farm. The environment contains a server-based virus scanner. You need to configure the SharePoint farm to clean infected documents when users save changes to documents on the server. How should you configure the antivirus settings? (To answer, select the appropriate check boxes in the answer area.) Answer: Question: 91 You are the term store manager of a SharePoint environment. You need to make term sets available across the entire farm. You must ensure that users can reuse terms but not edit terms. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.) A. Prohibit the use of keywords other than those in a specific term set. B. Create a global term set. C. Enable term pinning. D. Prohibit grid editing in the Datasheet view. E. Create a local term set. Answer: A,B Explanation: Note:
75 Anyone can add a new term to an open term set. Only people who were identified as contributors to a term set group can add terms to a closed term set in the group. For example, a term set that represents cost centers would probably be closed. A term set that represents contributors to a charity might be open. On global term set see step 8) below. Make a term set available to other site collections After you create a term set on the authoring site collection, you have to make it available to publishing site collections. You can make a term set available to all site collections or to specific site collections. To make a term set available to all site collections: Verify that the user account that performs this procedure is a member of the Owners SharePoint group on the authoring site that contains the catalog. On the authoring site, on the Settings menu, click Site Settings. On the Site Settings page, in the Site Administration section, click Term store management. If the user that performs this procedure is already a member of the Term Store Administrators group, you can skip to step 7. In the Term Store Management Tool, verify that Managed Metadata Service is selected. In the Term Store Administrator section, type one or more user names. Click Save. Right-click Managed Metadata Service, and then select New Group. Type the name of the global term set that you want to create, and then press Enter. Refresh the page. Right-click the term set that you want to make available to all site collections, and then click Move Term Set. In the Term Set Move dialog box, click the global term set that you want to move the term set to, and then click OK. Refresh the page. Question: 92 A company is planning to deploy My Sites to its 25,000 employees. The company will maintain dedicated content databases for the storage of personal site collections. You need to create the minimum number of content databases required to support the My Sites. What should you do?
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