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Exam Adobe Experience Manager 6.0 Architect Exam
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Posted November 06, 2017


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Demo Questions

Question 1

A client acquires multiple companies that operate autonomously and want to use AEM to host all of their websites.
How should the author users be grouped?

  • A: Company-specific groups for workflow approval steps and general groups for content editing
  • B: General groups for workflow approval and content editing
  • C: Separate company-specific groups for both content editing and workflow approval steps
  • D: Default AEM groups for workflow approval and company-specific groups for content editing
Question 2

An architect is conducting a discovery on a client's current CMS implementation. The architect must identify which functionality is missing from the client's current implementation.
What should the architect do?

  • A: Use documentation provided by the client
  • B: Speak to the key stakeholders about how to use the system
  • C: Speak to the IT department about how the system is built
  • D: Gain access to the system and review code
Question 3

A financial institution is identified as a business user. AEM/Campaigns/Segmentation rules must be based on the traits/data provided from the back end of the system.
Which two types of information must be captured in the discovery session? (Choose two.)

  • A: Whether any traits are combined to establish a segment
  • B: Format in which segmentation traits are retrieved
  • C: Keys/values for segmentation traits
  • D: How back end service is integrated to retrieve customer data
Question 4

Which type of architecture diagram should an architect use to present application code and content flow?

  • A: Deployment
  • B: Physical
  • C: Data Flow
  • D: Logical
Question 5

A client's security team needs protection from repository content modification outside of its network on its publish servers.
What provides the LEAST protection against this specific threat?

  • A: Disabling Sling POST Servlet and WebDAV functionality
  • B: Using Dispatcher filter rules to block access to /apps and /libs
  • C: Enforcing very strong passwords on all systems and using SSL
  • D: White-listing specific HTTP methods and URIs required for application functionality