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Posted August 15, 2018
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Question 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.



Question 2
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. Your development team uses Visual Studio 2012. 
You store specialized design files within your Visual Studio solution by using version control. These design files are stored in a proprietary binary format and use the filename extension .dzn. 
You need to meet the following requirements: 
Ensure that all developers can modify these design files. 
Prevent multiple check-outs on all .dzn files. 
Ensure that all other file types can be edited by multiple developers at the same time. 
What should you do?

  • A: Within the Source Control Explorer, right-click each .dzn file and uncheck the Allow multiple check outs option.
  • B: Add a new file type for .dzn to the Team Project Source Control Settings and clear the Enable file merging and multiple check out checkbox.
  • C: Within the Visual Studio Options dialog box for Source Control, add the .dzn extension to the Prevent multiple check-outs for the following file types list in the Visual Studio Team Foundation server node.
  • D: Add a new file type for .dzn to the Team Project Collection Source Control Settings and clear the Enable file merging and multiple check out checkbox.



Question 3
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. Your developers use Visual Studio 2012. 
Developers frequently work from locations where there is no network connection. 
You need to ensure that developers are able to easily compare their current changes to the last version retrieved from version control. 
Which type of workspace should you configure?

  • A: Server
  • B: Local
  • C: Server-synchronized
  • D: Windows Azure



Question 4
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. You create a new build definition and select the Continuous Integration trigger. The build definition runs a build verification test. 
You discover that the build fails because the build verification test has not passed, even though compilation of the source code succeeds. 
You need to prevent further check-ins until the code passes the build verification test and the build succeeds. 
What should you do?

  • A: Enable the Builds check-in policy.
  • B: Configure the build definition’s source control folders to be read-only for the other developers.
  • C: Enable the Testing check-in policy. Select the same test that is used as the build verification test to be run and passed for the check-in to succeed.
  • D: Configure the server-side check-in event handler to roll back if the earlier build has failed.



Question 5
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. 
The Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Center of Excellence of your organization has created a ruleset to perform the code analysis of the code being developed. 
You need to ensure that all developer’s code passes the static code analysis with the custom ruleset at the time of check in.  
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

  • A: Under the source control of the team project, check in the .ruleset file.
  • B: Create a .reg file on your machine to add a registry entry for the Code Analysis policy with the custom ruleset under H KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\1 11.0_Config\TeamFoundation\SourceControl\Checkin Policies.
  • C: Distribute the .reg file that you have created to all developers and request them to run it with elevated privileges.
  • D: Add Code Analysis check-in policy team project source control settings. When prompted, select the custom ruleset file by browsing under the source control.



Question 6
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 (TFS) server and several TFS 2012 build servers configured. 
You need to ensure that developers compile their own code against the latest code before checking their changes into source control.  
What should you do?

  • A: Enable the check-out setting to download the latest copy of an item before checking it out.
  • B: Create a build definition for the solution with a gated check-in trigger.
  • C: Create a build definition for the solution with a continuous integration trigger.
  • D: Create a build definition for the solution with a rolling builds trigger, and configure the Builds check-in policy.



Question 7
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.



Question 8
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. 
A user places a large shelveset on the TFS server. 
You need to delete the shelveset. 
What should you do?

  • A: Use the tf shelvesets command with the /delete parameter.
  • B: Use the tf shelve command with the /move parameter.
  • C: Use the tf unshelve command with the /delete parameter.
  • D: Use the tf shelve command with the /delete parameter.



Question 9
Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. 
A user accidentally deletes a file from version control. 
You need to restore the deleted file to version control. 
What should you do?

  • A: Add a file with the same name in the same place in source control as the old file. 
    Right-click the file in the source control explorer and select Rollback. 
    Roll back the file to a change set right before the file was deleted.
  • B: In Visual Studio 2012 click Tools, then click Options. 
    Expand the Source Control option, select Visual Studio Team Foundation, and then select Show deleted items in the Source Control Explorer. 
    Right-click the file in Source Control Explorer and select Rollback. 
    Roll back the file to a changeset right before the file was deleted.
  • C: In Visual Studio 2012 click Tools, then click Options. 
    Expand the Source Control option and select Visual Studio Team Foundation, then select Show deleted items in the Source Control Explorer. 
    Right-click the file in Source Control Explorer and select Advanced, then select Get Specific Version. 
    Select a version of the file created right before the file was deleted.
  • D: In Visual Studio 2012 click Tools, then click Options. 
    Expand the Source Control option and select Visual Studio Team Foundation, then select Show deleted items in the Source Control Explorer. 
    Right-click the file in Source Control Explorer and select Undelete.



Question 10
Your network environment includes a multi-tier Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server implementation. Developers use Visual Studio 2012. 
Your team has just started developing a very large enterprise-scale application. 
You need to create a workspace for the new project that meets the following requirements: 
Developers should be able to use Visual Studio 2012 and earlier versions to work with the workspace. 
Performance of the workspace should not be degraded when the number of items in the workspace increases. 
The storage utilization of the developer local hard drive should be as minimal as possible. 
What should you do?

  • A: Create a hybrid workspace.
  • B: Create a server workspace.
  • C: Create a server workspace and a Local workspace. Configure synchronization between both, and allow developers to utilize the local workspace.
  • D: Create a local workspace.









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