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Q121. – (Topic 3) 

You develop a solution that is managed in Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) source control using three branches according the following table. 

The branch hierarchy is shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

….. 

A new project requires you to divide your team into two separate, and largely independent, teams named Feature Team 1 and Feature Team 2. Each team works on different features. 

You need to recommend an effective long-term strategy that: 

Allows parallel development, 

Allows independent feature releases, 

Minimizes conflicts, 

Supports integration, and 

Allows bug fixes to production code. 

What should you do? 

A. Instruct both feature teams work off the DEV branch. The teams should only check in when they are ready to integrate. 

B. Create two new folders named FB1 and FB2 at the same level as the other branches. Instruct Feature Team 1 to check in to FB1 and Feature Team 2 to check in to FB2. When the teams are ready to integrate, perform baseless merges from FBI to DEV and FB2 to DEV. 

C. Instruct Feature Team 1 to check in to the DEV branch and Feature Team 2 to check in to the MAIN branch. When the teams are ready to integration, the DEV branch will be merged into the MAIN branch. 

D. Create two branches off DEV named FB1 and FB2. Instruct Feature Team 1 to check-in to FB1 and Feature Team 2 to check-in to FB2. When a team is ready to integrate, FB1 or FB2 will be merged with DEV. 

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Q122. – (Topic 1) 

Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. 

The lead developer uses a large third-party library named Fabrikam. This utility requires thousands of files that none of the other developers use. 

You need to meet the following requirements: 

. Prevent Fabrikam files from being retrieved by the other developers. . Retrieve all files, including Fabrikam, for the lead developer. 

What should you do? 

A. 

Have each developer create a workspace mapping to root folder of the project. 

Cloak the Fabrikam folder in the lead developer’s workspace. 

B. 

Have each developer create a workspace mapping to root folder of the project. 

Cloak the Fabrikam folder in every team member’s workspace except the lead developer’s. 

C. 

Have each developer map the Fabrikam TFS folder to the local folder C: \\ThirdParty. 

Within the workspace settings, ensure all other folders are cloaked. 

D. 

Keep the original workspace and within the Source Control Explorer, right-click on the UltraStats node anci seiect tne Map Working Folder option and map it to C: \\UltraStats. 

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Q123. – (Topic 1) 

Your client’s network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012) server installed at its main office. Branch offices have limited bandwidth connecting to the main office. 

Client team members at one of the branch offices report that it is taking too long to retrieve files from source control. 

You need to speed up the source control access for their most commonly accessed files. 

What should you do? 

A. 

Install a SQL server at the remote office and configure replication of the source control database from the main office to the SQL server at the remote office. 

Install and configure a TFS proxy server at the remote office to use the replicated database. 

Configure all the clients at the remote office to use the new proxy server 

B. 

Install a new TFS instance at the remote office and configure it to sync with the main office. 

Configure all the clients at the remote office to connect to the new TFS instance. 

C. 

Install and configure a TFS proxy server at the remote office. 

Configure all the clients at the remote office to use the new proxy server. 

D. 

Install and configure a TFS proxy server at the remote office. 

Run the TFSConfig.exe command to redirect remote users to the TFS proxy server based on IP address. 

Install and configure a TFS proxy server at the remote office. 

Run the TFS Admin Console command to redirect remote users to the TFS proxy server based on IP address. 

Answer:

Q124. – (Topic 1) 

Your client’s network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server installed at its main office. 

The network administrator at a remote office reports high WAN utilization. Users at the remote office report slow response times when downloading source code. 

You need to minimize WAN utilization and improve the response times for downloading source code. 

What should you do? 

A. Install TFS Server at the remote site and set up database synchronization between the existing TFS Server and the remote site. 

B. Install and configure TFS Proxy at the remote site. Point the TFS Proxy to the TFS server and point Team Explorer to the TFS Proxy. 

C. Install and configure IIS caching. Point Team Explorer to the IIS server. 

D. Install TFS Proxy at the remote site. Configure TFS Proxy to point to the TFS Server and configure each user’s Visual Studio Source Control to use the proxy server for file downloads. 

Answer:

Q125. DRAG DROP – (Topic 2) 

Your team uses Microsoft Test Manager to manage test cases. You are testing an ASP.NET MVC web application hosted on one of your internal servers, which is named WebSrv1. Your application connects to a SQL Server database hosted on a server named DBSrv1. 

You want to configure your test plan so that it collects diagnostic data from your test machine and all servers used by your application. 

Which four actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. 

Answer: 

Q126. DRAG DROP – (Topic 2) 

Your team uses the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum process template for a project. Your team uses the Area to filter by Function, with subcategories pertinent to those functions. 

Your stakeholders want to be able to view requirements and quality reports by specific department. 

You need to modify the Test Case Readiness report to add a filter so that the report can be filtered appropriately. 

Which five actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. 

Answer: 

Q127. – (Topic 2) 

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You plan to reduce the maintenance of test suites. 

You need to create test suites for which the test cases are automatically added. 

What are two possible types of test suites that achieve this goal? (Each correct answer 

presents a complete solution. Choose two.) 

A. Exploratory-based 

B. Static 

C. Query-based 

D. Requirements-based 

Answer: C,D 

Q128. – (Topic 2) 

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You have created some shared steps for a recurring test sequence. 

You plan to use these shared steps with fast-forward playback in multiple test cases. 

You need to create an action recording for the shared steps. 

What are two possible ways to accomplish this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.) 

A. Include the shared steps work item in the test case. Start running the test case with action recordings enabled. When the shared steps are reached, select Start and record. 

B. Include the shared steps work item in the test case. Right-click the shared steps and click Create action recording. 

C. Open the shared steps work item in Shared Steps Manager and select the tab for Create action recording. 

D. From the Shared Steps Manager, select the shared steps work item and click Create action recording. 

Answer: A,D 

Q129. DRAG DROP – (Topic 2) 

Your team uses Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage test cases. 

You are creating manual test cases so that your team can run the tests as part of the test process. 

You need to ensure that testers have to specify whether a test step passes or fails before they finish running the test case. 

Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. 

Answer: 

Q130. – (Topic 1) 

Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (SSRS) and Analysis Services (SSAS). 

Users report that the data in their reports is out of date. 

You need to view the status of the data warehouse. You also need to view the analysis database jobs and see when each last ran successfully. 

What should you do? 

A. From any computer on the network: 

Browse to http: //<servername> : 8080/tfs/teamfoundation/administration/ v3.0/warehousecontrolservice.asmx 

Invoke the GetProcessingStatus operation. 

B. 

From the TFS server: 

Browse to http : //<servername> : 8080/tfs/teamfoundation/administration/ v3.0/warehousecontrolservice.asmx 

Invoke the GetProcessingStatus operation. 

C. 

From the Team Foundation Server Administration Console: 

Expand the application-tier tree. 

Select Reporting. 

View the Warehouse Database and Analysis Services Database status. 

D. 

From any computer on the network: 

Use SQL Server Management Studio. 

Connect to the SQL server that hosts the TFS databases. 

Query the TFS configuration database's _LastUpdatedTime table. 

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