MCSA Part 2: Exam 70-347 Office 365 Part 2: Enabling Office 365 Services
Published: February 17, 2014
Languages: English, Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish
Audiences: IT professionals
Technology: Office 365
Credit toward certification: MCP, MCSA
Who should take this exam?
Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who take part in evaluating, planning, deploying, and operating the Office 365 services, including its dependencies, requirements, and supporting technologies. Candidates should have experience with the Office 365 Admin Center and an understanding of Microsoft Exchange Online, Skype for Business Online, SharePoint Online, Office 365 ProPlus, and Microsoft Azure Active Directory. This includes experience with service descriptions, configuration options, and integrating services with existing identity management and on-premises infrastructure to support the business requirements of an organization.
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Manage clients and end-user devices (20–25%)
Manage user-driven client deployments
Restrict self-provisioning of Office 365 ProPlus, Windows Store Apps and Mobile Apps, activation/revoke activation, and Office for Mac
Manage IT deployments of Office 365 ProPlus
Manage deployment, manage streaming updates, use the Office deployment tool, and customize deployment
Set up telemetry and reporting
Enable telemetry through Group Policy, set up telemetry service, report user issues, and deploy agent
Plan for Office clients
Configure Outlook, Skype for Business client, Office Online, and click-to-run versus MSI; check configurations using the Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool (OffCAT)
Office 365 deployment guide
Configure and deploy Telemetry Dashboard
Provision SharePoint Online site collections (20–25%)
Configure external user sharing
Enable external user sharing globally, enable per site collection, share with external users, and removing external user access using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Create SharePoint site collection
Set SharePoint Online site collection administrator, set resource quota and warning level, and automatic adjustment of site collection sizes; set storage quota for site collection, and configure name and URL of site collection using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Plan a collaboration solution
Use Yammer.com versus newsfeeds, coauthoring, Project Online, access files across multiple client devices, migrate files to OneDrive for Business, Excel services, Visio services, App Store, enterprise eDiscovery using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Manage external sharing for your SharePoint Online environment
Create or delete a site collection
Configure Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online for end users (25–30%)
Configure additional email addresses for users
Change default/reply to address, bulk add/remove for new domain, manage secondary email aliases, and SIP addresses using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Create and manage external contacts, resources, and groups
Create and manage resource mailboxes, create shared mailboxes, create external contacts, assign additional email address to contacts, create and manage distribution list and members, and delegate permissions using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Configure personal archive policies
Enable personal archive for mailboxes, create custom retention policy, create retention tags, apply retention policy to mailboxes, and review and modify default retention policy using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Configure Skype for Business Online end-user communication settings
Turning off non-archived features for compliance, configure presence, available services, and configure per user external communication using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Manage mail contacts
Configure Exchange Online archiving
Plan for Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online (25–30%)
Manage antimalware and anti-spam policies
Release quarantine, configure SPAM confidence level, configure lists, and configure notifications using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Recommend a mailbox migration strategy
Select the appropriate migration method from Remote move, Staged, Cutover, or IMAP using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Plan for Exchange Online
Plan client requirements for archive, manage Office 365 Compliance Center, enable Legal hold, configure OWA access, and configure ActiveSync using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
Manage Skype for Business global external communications settings
Enable external access, manage domains, manage Skype consumer connectivity, customize meeting invitations, and disable push notification service using the web UI and Windows PowerShell
You are the Microsoft Lync administrator for a company that uses Lync Online.
The company has mandated that employees may use Lync Online to communicate with contacts from approved external domains.
You need to configure Lync Online to allow Lync federation with only three specific domains. You must achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. In the Lync admin center, set the External Access option to On except for blocked domains.
B. In the Office 365 admin center, add the three domains to the domain list and set the domain intent for each domain to Lync Online.
C. In the Lync admin center, set the External Access option to Off completely.
D. In the Lync admin center, set the External Access option to On only for allowed domains.
E. In the Lync admin center, configure the Presence Privacy Mode option to display presence information only to the users’ contacts.
F. In the Lync admin center, add the three domains to the Blocked Or Allowed Domains list.
Your company is planning to migrate to Microsoft Exchange Online. The company employs 1,000 people, each with a mailbox currently located on Exchange 2010 on-premises. You estimate that it will take a minimum of four weeks to migrate all mailboxes from on-premises Exchange to Exchange Online.
The company has the following migration requirements:
During the migration, do not change the existing Microsoft Outlook profiles and . ost files used by the employees.
Ensure that email messages sent between on-premises mailboxes and online mailboxes during the migration are secure.
Do not send email messages between on-premises mailboxes and online mailboxes over the Internet in plain text.
You need to select the migration strategy that meets the requirements.
Which migration strategy should you use?
A. Cutover migration only
B. IMAP migration only
C. Remote move migration only
D. Staged migration only
Explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-GB/library/jj863291(v=exchg.150).aspx http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2798131/en-gb http://technet.microsoft.com/en-GB/library/dn720476(v=exchg.150).aspx
You are the Office 365 administrator for your company.
You have been receiving many unsolicited email messages originating from another country. Many of those messages contain foreign-language content.
You need to configure Microsoft Exchange Online Protection to filter messages based on the language content and IP addresses of the country or region of origin.
Which filters and options should you configure? To answer, drag the appropriate answer choices to the correct targets. Each answer choice 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.
You are the Office 365 administrator for your company. You manage an on-premises Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 environment that has 500 users and an externally-hosted Exchange environment that has 500 users. The hosted Exchange environment does not allow Outlook Anywhere connectivity. You do not have administrative access to all mailboxes in the hosted environment.
You plan to migrate and consolidate both environments into Office 365.
You have the following migration requirements:
Migrate on-premises mailboxes in batches by department.
Migrate email, calendar, and contact items from the on-premises environment. Migrate only email from the hosted environment.
In the table below, identify the migration type that must be used for each environment. Make only one selection in each column. Each correct selection is worth one point.
You are the Office 365 administrator for your company’s Microsoft Exchange Online environment. The company recently subscribed to the Office 365 Enterprise El plan.
The company wants to filter email messages based on the following criteria:
Reverse DNS lookup Sender open proxy test HELO/EHLO analysis
Analysis of spam confidence level (SCL) ratings on email messages from a specific sender
You need to filter all email messages.
How should you complete the relevant Windows PowerShell script? To answer, select the appropriate command segment from each list in the answer area.
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