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Microsoft - MS-203: Microsoft 365 Messaging

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Question: 80
Measured Skill: Plan and manage the mail architecture (20-25%)
Note: This questions is based on a case study. The case study is not shown in this demo.

You need to resolve the issue for the transport department users.

What is the best way to achieve the goal?

(More than one answer choice may achieve the goal. Select the BEST answer.)

AMove the public folder mailbox that contains TransportPF to a server in the main office.
B Move TransportPF to a public folder mailbox hosted in the main office.
C Modify the default public folder mailbox for all the transport department users.
D Instruct the transport department users to add TransportPF to their Favorites list in Outlook.

Correct answer: D

Explanation:

The "Problem statements" section contains the following:

The transport department users report that accessing a public folder named TransportPF is sometimes very slow.

All users in the transport department connect to network resources by using a connection to the main office.

Since Public folders are hosted only on an Exchange server in the main office, answer A and B are inappropriate.

Adding TransportPF to the Favorites list in Outlook accelerates access to the public folder.

Reference: Use favorite public folders in Outlook on the web

Question: 81
Measured Skill: Manage organizational settings and resources (30-35%)

Your company named Contoso, Ltd. has a Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 organization that contains the mailbox databases shown in the following table.



You need to assign an offline address book (OAB) named Managers to all the users in a group named Managers.

How should you complete the PowerShell script?

(To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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ASet-AddressBookPolicy "Managers" -OfflineAddressBook "Managers"
B Set-Mailbox "MBX01" -ShadowMailboxDistributionEnabled "Managers"
C Set-MailboxDatabase "MBX01" -OfflineAddressBook "Managers"
D Set-MailboxServer "MBX01" -ZipOabFilesBeforeUploading "Managers"
E Set-OfflineAddressBook "Managers" -Addresslists "Managers"

Correct answer: C

Explanation:

The -OfflineAddressbook parameter of the Set-MailboxDatabase cmdlet sets the offline address book for the mailboxes within the specified database. However, the question requires that the address book be assigned to all members of the Managers group, not all mailboxes in a database.

The -OfflineAddressBook parameter of the Set-AddressBookPolicy cmdlet changes the offline address book of the specified address book policy. The question contains no reference to an existing address book policy, which is applied to the accounts of the Managers group members.

The exhibit shows that all the managers' mailboxes are located exclusively in the MBX01 database. Assigning the OAB to the mailbox database appears to be a better solution compared to changing the address book policy.

Question: 82
Measured Skill: Plan and implement a hybrid configuration and migration (20-25%)

You have a Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 hybrid deployment.

You are migrating mailboxes from the on-premises organization to Exchange Online. From the Exchange admin center, you create a new migration batch that includes 25 mailboxes, and then select Manual Complete the batch.

Later, you must complete the migration of a mailbox named user1@litware.com in the batch as soon as possible.

You discover that the status of the migration batch is Syncing, but the status of the move request for user1@litware.com is Synced.

You need to complete the migration of the user1@litware.com mailbox to Exchange Online as soon as possible.

How should you complete the command?

(To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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ASet-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com" -PreventCompletion $False
Resume-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com"
B Set-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com" -CompleteAfter (Get-Date)
Resume-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com"
C Set-MigrationBatch -Identity "user1@litware.com" -SuspendWhenReadyToComplete $False
Resume-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com"
D Set-MigrationBatch -Identity "user1@litware.com" -CompleteAfter (Get-Date)
Resume-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com"
E Set-MigrationConfig -Identity "user1@litware.com" -PreventCompletion $False
Resume-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com"
F Set-MigrationConfig -Identity "user1@litware.com" -SuspendWhenReadyToComplete $False
Resume-MoveRequest -Identity "user1@litware.com"

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

Use the Set-MoveRequest cmdlet to change move request options after the move request has been created. You can use the Set-MoveRequest cmdlet to recover from failed move requests.

The PreventCompletion parameter specifies whether to run the move request, but not allow it to complete. Valid values are:
  • $true: The move request is run, but is not allowed to complete. Instead of this value, we recommend using the CompleteAfter parameter.

  • $false: This is the default value. The move request is run and allowed to complete. If you created the move request with the SuspendWhenReadyToComplete or PreventCompletion switches, set this parameter to $false before you run the Resume-MoveRequest cmdlet to complete the move request.
References: Set-MoveRequest

Question: 83
Measured Skill: Secure the messaging environment (20-25%)

You have a Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 organization.

You need to ensure that a user named User1 can prevent mailbox content from being deleted if the content contains the words Fabrikam and Confidential.

What should you do?

AAdd User1 to the Discovery Management management role group.
B Assign the Legal Hold and Mailbox Import Export management roles to User1.
C Add User1 to the Records Management management role group.
D Add User1 to the Compliance Management management role group.

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

We need to assign permissions to the user to enable him to create query-based In-Place Holds.

There are two types of holds available in Exchange Server: Litigation Hold and In-Place Hold. Litigation Hold uses the LitigationHoldEnabled property of a mailbox. When Litigation Hold is enabled, all mailbox all items are placed on hold. In contrast, you can use an In-Place Hold to preserve only those items that meet that the criteria of a search query that you define by using the In-Place eDiscovery tool. You can place multiple In-Place Holds on a mailbox, but Litigation Hold is either enabled or disabled for a mailbox. For both types of holds, you can also specify the duration period to hold items. The duration is calculated from the date a mailbox item is received or created. If a duration isn't set, items are held indefinitely or until the hold is removed. If you remove a Litigation Hold from a mailbox, but one or more In-Place Holds are still placed on the mailbox, items matching the In-Place Hold criteria are held for the period specified in the hold settings.

You can use In-Place Hold to place a user on multiple holds. When a user is placed on multiple holds, the search queries from any query-based hold are combined (with OR operators). In this case, the maximum number of keywords in all query-based holds placed on a mailbox is 500. If there are more than 500 keywords, then all content in the mailbox is placed on hold (not just that content that matches the search criteria). All content is held until the total number of keywords is reduced to 500 or less.

To create a query-based In-Place Hold, a user requires both the Mailbox Search and Legal Hold roles to be assigned directly or via membership in a role group that has both roles assigned. To create an In-Place Hold without using a query, which places all mailbox items on hold, you must have the Legal Hold role assigned. The Discovery Management role group is assigned both roles.

The Discovery Management role group assigns both of the required roles.



The Organization Management role group is assigned the Legal Hold role. Members of the Organization Management role group can place an In-Place Hold on all items in a mailbox, but can't create a query-based In-Place Hold.

References:

Create or remove an In-Place Hold

Messaging policy and compliance permissions in Exchange Server

Question: 84
Measured Skill: Manage organizational settings and resources (30-35%)

You have an address book policy named Contoso-US that contains an address list named Contoso-Finance.

You need to add an address list named Contoso-Marketing to Contoso-US without removing Contoso- Finance.

How should you complete the command?

(To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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ANew-AddressList -Identity "Contoso-Finance" -Addresslists "Contoso-US"
B Set-AddressList -Identity "Contoso-Finance" -Addresslists "Contoso-Marketing", "Contoso-Finance"
C Set-AddressList -Identity "Contoso-US" -Addresslists "Contoso-Marketing", "Contoso-Finance"
D New-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "Contoso-US" -Addresslists "Contoso-Finance"
E Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "Contoso-US" -Addresslists "Contoso-Marketing", "Contoso-Finance"
F Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "Contoso-Finance" -Addresslists "Contoso-Marketing"

Correct answer: E

Explanation:

Address book policies (ABPs) allow you to segment users into specific groups to give them customized global address lists (GALs) in Outlook and Outlook on the web (formerly known as Outlook Web App). AC

To modify an ABP, use this syntax:

Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "<ABPName>" [-Name "<Unique Name>"] [-GlobalAddressList "<GAL>"] [-OfflineAddressBook "<OAB>"] [-RoomList "<RoomList>"] [-AddressLists <AddressLists>]

The AddressLists parameter takes multiple values, so you need to decide whether you want to replace the existing address lists in the ABP, or add and remove address lists without affecting the other address lists in the ABP.

This example replaces the existing address lists in the ABP named Government Agency A with the specified address lists.

Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "Government Agency A" -AddressLists "GovernmentAgencyA-Atlanta","GovernmentAgencyA-Moscow"

To add address lists to an ABP, you need to specify the new address lists and any existing address lists that you want to keep.

This example adds the address list named Contoso-Chicago to the ABP named ABP Contoso, which is already configured to use the address list named Contoso-Seattle.

Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "ABP Contoso" -AddressLists "Contoso-Chicago","Contoso-Seattle"

To remove address lists from an ABP, you need to specify the existing address lists that you want to keep, and omit the address lists that you want to remove.

For example, the ABP named ABP Fabrikam uses the address lists named Fabrikam-HR and Fabrikam-Finance. To remove the Fabrikam-HR address list, specify only the Fabrikam-Finance address list.

Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "ABP Fabrikam" -AddressLists Fabrikam-Finance

Reference: Change the settings of an address book policy





 
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