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  1. 70-331: Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013

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  3. Becky Bertram • Owner, Savvy Technical Solutions • Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP • Microsoft Certified Trainer • MCSD, MCPD, MCITP, MCTS,MCTA • Co-author of Wrox SharePoint Six-in-One • http://blog.beckybertram.com • @beckybertram http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  4. Certification Overview

  5. Microsoft Next Gen Certification • Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) • You can’t be a “stand-alone” MCSE. • You’re in an MCSE in a specialty, such as • Server Infrastructure • Desktop Infrastructure • Private Cloud • Data Platform • Business Intelligence • Messaging • Communication • SharePoint • For each MCSE, you must pass 3 core exams: • 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 • 70-411: Administering Windows Server 2012 • 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  6. MCSE: SharePoint • To become a SharePoint MCSE, you must pass two additional exams: • 70-331: Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 • 70-332: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 • If you are already an MCITP for SharePoint, you can pass exam 70-417: Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 • This exam covers the topics of the three core MCSE exams. • You’ll still need to pass the additional SharePoint 2013 exams to earn your MCSE: SharePoint. • You must be an existing MCITP to be eligible to take this exam. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  7. It’s Tough! • Previously, the exams covered SharePoint-specific infrastructure questions. The exams didn’t cover basic server farm infrastructure topics such as DHCP, DNS, firewalls, Active Directory, OS settings, etc. • The Microsoft Certified Master certification was introduced with the last product cycle. Becoming a Master is HARD! You’re expected to know anything related to basic server infrastructure that could affect your SharePoint farm. • Since the last SharePoint exams didn’t cover these details, people coming into the MCM program felt unprepared. • The current exam objectives were written by current SharePoint MCMS (yes, the smartest folks in our field!) • The resulting exam covers many topics not necessarily directly related to SharePoint, but that could affect the performance of your SharePoint farm. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  8. Taking the Exam

  9. Register with Prometric • You must register for your exams through Prometric. • You can register online at www.prometric.com or you can call their customer service line. • Choose a testing center and an exam time. • Not all exams are available in every location. • “Second Shot” means you can retake the exam for free. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  10. Interactive Exam The new SharePoint 2013 exams are more interactive than before. Not just multiple choice. More thoroughly tests your knowledge but can be a little intimidating because it feels like there are more opportunities for wrong answers. • Drag and drop servers into a server configuration • Drag and drop words into a fill-in-the-blank sentence • Arrange items in their correct order

  11. Tips for Choosing Answers • For some exams, there will be right answers and wrong answers. • For other exams, all the answers will be right, but not in the circumstance described in the question. If more than one answer seems right, read the question closely. The answer usually lies in the question. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  12. Studying for the Exam

  13. Read the Objectives The exam writing process goes like this: Your best (and free) way of studying is to read up on each objective. The exam questions are written directly from them! Objectives Exam Questions Courseware MS Learning Exam Cram Books

  14. Study Materials Exam study guide at http://blog.beckybertram.com/Lists/Exam%2070331%20Study%20Guide/AllItems.aspx Exam Ref 70-331: Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0790145376954.do Out in May http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  15. Design a SharePoint Topology

  16. Design Information Architecture This objective may include but is not limited to: • Design an intersite navigational taxonomy • Design site columns and content types • Design keywords, synonyms, best bets, and managed properties • Plan information management policies • Plan managed site structures • Plan term sets http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  17. Navigation in SharePoint 2013 • Managed metadata-driven navigation • Top and left nav driven by terms in the term store • Friendly-URLs • All pages in live in a single site and have a URL that appears right off the root, like http://www.contoso.com/MyPage (instead of http://www.contoso.com/Pages/MyPage.aspx) • Still possible to use legacy model of navigation based on site hierarchy

  18. Design a Logical Architecture This objective may include but is not limited to: • Plan application pools • Plan web applications • Plan for software boundaries • Plan content databases • Plan host-header site collections • Plan zones and alternate access mapping http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  19. Software Boundaries Understand the limits of things like: • Max number of content databases, site collections, web applications in a farm; list and libraries, site columns in a site collection, etc. • Max database size, max app pools per web server, max managed paths per web app, etc.

  20. Design a Physical Architecture This objective may include but is not limited to: • Design a storage architecture • Configure basic request management • Define individual server requirements • Define service topologies • Plan server load balancing • Plan a network infrastructure http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  21. Storage Architecture • How much physical disk space do you need? • How much database space do you need? • How do you do capacity planning to ensure you have enough throughput to your storage devices? http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  22. Network Infrastructure • Don’t be surprised if this goes into: • DNS and DHCP Configuration • IPv4 and IPv6 Configuration • Firewall configuration http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  23. Plan a SharePoint Online (Microsoft Office 365) Deployment This objective may include but is not limited to: • Evaluate service offerings • Plan service applications • Plan site collections • Plan customizations and solutions • Plan security for SharePoint Online • Plan networking services for SharePoint Online

  24. Office 365 Infrastructure • Hybrid scenarios • Migration scenarios http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  25. Plan Security

  26. Plan and Configure Authentication This objective may include but is not limited to: • Plan and configure Windows authentication • Plan and configure identity federation • Configure claims providers • Configure site-to-site (S2S) intra-server and OAuthauthentication • Plan and configure anonymous authentication • Configure connections to Access Control Service

  27. OAuth • Oauth is an open standard that enables users to approve an application to act on their behalf without sharing their user name and password • OAuth enables users to authorize the service provider (in this case, SharePoint 2013) to provide tokens instead of credentials (for example, user name and password) to their data that is hosted by a given service provider (that is, SharePoint 2013). Each token grants access to a specific site (for example, a SharePoint document repository) for specific resources (for example, documents from a folder) and for a defined duration (for example, 30 minutes). This enables a user to grant a third-party site access to information that is stored with another service provider (in this case, SharePoint), without sharing their user name and password and without sharing all the data that they have on SharePoint. (Taken from http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/apps/fp142384(v=office.15)

  28. Windows Azure Access Control Services (ACS) • Used in conjunction with OAuth to provide authentication for SharePoint apps • Free • Know how to configure a connection to ACS http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  29. Plan and Configure Authorization This objective may include but is not limited to: • Plan and configure SharePoint users and groups • Plan and configure People Picker • Plan and configure sharing • Plan and configure permission inheritance • Plan and configure anonymous access • Plan web application policies http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  30. Content Sharing • SharePoint Server 2013 introduces the concept of sharing for all document libraries. By using this simplified experience, users can specify permissions for a specific document without having to understand the inheritance model. • Slightly different than SharePoint Online’s Share Content with External Users functionality. Can’t hurt to know how both work. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  31. Plan and Configure Platform Security This objective may include but is not limited to: • Plan and configure security isolation • Plan and configure services lockdown • Plan and configure general firewall security • Plan and configure antivirus settings • Plan and configure certificate management http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  32. Firewalls • Make sure you know how to open the right ports in your firewall so that SQL Server can communicate. Know how to use both the standard point and a non-standard port. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  33. Certificate Management • Certificates become more important in 2013 • Used for Azure Workflow Manager, SharePoint Apps, SSL, and creating trust between farms • Know how to export, import, and install certificates using PowerShell • Understand how to add a certificate to the SharePoint Trusted Root Certificate Authority

  34. Plan and Configure Farm-level Security This objective may include but is not limited to: • Plan rights management • Plan and configure delegated farm administration • Plan and configure delegated service application administration • Plan and configure managed accounts • Plan and configure blocked file types • Plan and configure web part security

  35. Install and Configure SharePoint Farms

  36. Plan Installation This objective may include but is not limited to: • Identify and configure installation prerequisites • Implement scripted deployment • Implement patch slipstreaming • Plan and install language packs • Plan and configure service connection points • Plan installation tracking and auditing http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  37. Plan and Configure Farm-wide Settings This objective may include but is not limited to: • Configure incoming and outgoing email • Plan and configure proxy groups • Configure SharePoint Designer settings • Plan and configure a corporate catalog • Configure Office Web Apps integration • Configure Windows Azure workflow server integration http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  38. Configuring a Corporate Catalog • Apps rely on the App Management and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings service applications. • To configure these services, you first start the services in Central Administration. Use Windows PowerShell to create the Subscription Settings service application, and then use either Windows PowerShell or Central Administration to create the App Management service application. • Go to Apps in CA and add the URL of your App domain http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  39. Workflow Server Integration • Install and configure Workflow Manager • Use the PowerShell command Register-SPWorkflowService • Install the Workflow Manager Client on each Web Front End (WFE) server • The order of actions and exact PowerShell command you use depends on whether your Workflow Server is in your SharePoint farm or not, and whether you’re using HTTP or HTTPS to communicate

  40. Create and configure Enterprise Search This objective may include but is not limited to: • Plan and configure a search topology • Plan and configure content sources • Plan and configure crawl schedules • Plan and configure crawl rules • Plan and configure crawl performance • Plan and configure security trimming http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  41. Create and Configure a Managed Metadata Service (MMS) Application This objective may include but is not limited to: • Configure proxy settings for managed service applications • Configure content type hub settings • Configure sharing term sets • Plan and configure content type propagation schedules • Configure custom properties • Configure term store permissions http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  42. Create and Configure a User Profile Service (UPA) Application This objective may include but is not limited to: • Configure a UPA application • Set up My Sites and My Site hosts • Configure social permissions • Plan and configure sync connections • Configure profile properties • Configure audiences

  43. Social Permissions • Activities are publicly accessible unless the activity refers to content that the user does not have access to. If feed functionality is required for a restricted group of users, a site feed should be used. Site feeds display posts and replies among the users of the group. Site feed posts and replies display in the Newsfeed of a user only if the user has access to the site feed. Site feeds do not display system-generated activities. By default, the site feed feature on a team site is enabled. When you assign permissions to a team site that hosts a site feed, consider the following: • Access to the site feed is restricted to the users specified in the permissions list. • Users can post or reply only if they have the appropriate permissions. • Security trimming is enforced. This means that no site feed activities will appear in the search results of a user who doesn't have access to the team site. • Site feed activities appear in a user's Newsfeed if the user has access to the team site. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  44. Distributed Cache Service • The Distributed Cache service provides caching features in SharePoint Server 2013. The microblog features and feeds rely on the Distributed Cache to store data for very fast retrieval across all entities. The Distributed Cache service is built on Windows Server AppFabric, which implements the AppFabric Caching service. Windows Server AppFabric installs with the prerequisites for SharePoint Server 2013. • Any server in the farm running the Distributed Cache service is known as a cache host. A cache cluster is the group of all cache hosts in a SharePoint Server 2013 farm. http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  45. Create and Configure Web Applications and Site Collections

  46. Provision and Configure Web Applications This objective may include but is not limited to: • Create managed paths • Configure HTTP throttling • Configure List throttling • Configure Alternate Access Mappings (AAM) • Configure an authentication provider • Configure SharePoint Designer settings http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  47. Create and Maintain Site Collections This objective may include but is not limited to: • Configure Host header site collections • Configure self-service site creation • Maintain site owners • Maintain site quotas • Configure site policies • Configure a team mailbox http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  48. Manage Site and Site Collection Security This objective may include but is not limited to: • Manage site access requests • Manage App permissions • Manage anonymous access • Manage permission inheritance • Configure permission levels • Configure HTML field security http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  49. App Permissions • One App site collection per Web Application • You can assign an App site collection from one Web App to another Web App • Farm administrators can determine whether users can purchase apps from the SharePoint Store. This setting is at the web application scope. If users cannot purchase apps, they can still browse the SharePoint Store, and request an app. • Farm administrators and the App Catalog site owner can view and respond to app requests (either in CA or in the App site collection) http://www.passiteasy.com/microsoft/70-331-exam-quesions-dumps.html

  50. HTML Field Security In SharePoint Server 2013, content authors can insert an iframe element into an HTML field on a page. This lets content authors embed dynamic content from other sites, such as videos or map directions. By default, certain trusted external domains are already approved for use in iframes. Site collection administrators can customize the field security settings by changing the default trusted external domains. They can also allow content authors to insert iframes for any external domain, or prevent them from inserting iframes on any page. To change the field security settings for a site collection, click HTML Field Security on the Site Settings page. (From http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219688(office.15).aspx)