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Microsoft - MS-700: Managing Microsoft Teams

Sample Questions

Question: 205
Measured Skill: Plan and Configure a Microsoft Teams Environment (45-50%)

You have a Microsoft 365 subscription that uses Microsoft Teams and contains the users shown in the following table.



You have the team shown in the following table.



A new access review needs to be created for Project1.

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.

(NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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AUser1 can create and manage the access review: Yes
User2 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: Yes
Guest1 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: Yes
B User1 can create and manage the access review: Yes
User2 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: Yes
Guest1 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: No
C User1 can create and manage the access review: Yes
User2 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: No
Guest1 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: No
D User1 can create and manage the access review: No
User2 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: Yes
Guest1 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: No
E User1 can create and manage the access review: No
User2 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: Yes
Guest1 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: Yes
F User1 can create and manage the access review: No
User2 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: No
Guest1 can be assigned as a reviewer of the access review: No

Correct answer: C

Explanation:

By default Global administrators, User administrators or Identity Governance administrators can create access reviews on groups or applications. The permission can be delegated to group owners from the identity governance settings in Azure AD.

Any user including guests who have an Azure AD Premium P2 license assigned can be specified as reviewer.

Azure AD Premium P2 licenses are not required for users with the Global Administrator or User Administrator roles who set up access reviews, configure settings, or apply the decisions from the reviews.

References:

What are Azure AD access reviews?

Create an access review of groups and applications in Azure AD access reviews



Question: 206
Measured Skill: Plan and Configure a Microsoft Teams Environment (45-50%)

Your company has a Microsoft 365 subscription.

You need to restrict the companies that users can communicate with to five supplier companies. You have a list of email domains used by the supplier companies.

What should you configure?

AThe External access settings.
B The Guest access settings.
C A Messaging policy.
D The Teams settings.

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

We should add the five domains used by the supplier companies to the Allow only specific external domains list in the External access settings.



Question: 207
Measured Skill: Manage Chat, Calling, and Meetings (30-35%)

Your company has a Microsoft 365 subscription that includes Phone System.

You plan to configure an auto attendant. The auto attendant will have a nested auto attendant. The nested auto attendant will be used to provide a second level menu that the first level auto attendant can connect calls to depending on the option selected by the caller.

You need to configure the auto attendants and required resources.

What should you create?

ACreate two auto attendants then create one resource account.
B Create one resource account then create two auto attendants.
C Create two auto attendants then create two resource accounts.
D Create two resource accounts then create two auto attendants.

Correct answer: D

Explanation:

Auto attendants let people call your organization and navigate a menu system to speak to the right department, call queue, person, or an operator. You can create auto attendants for your organization with the Microsoft Teams admin center, or with PowerShell.

Auto attendants can direct calls, based on callers' input, to one of the following destinations:

  • Operator - the operator defined for the auto attendant. Defining an operator is optional. The operator can be defined as any of the other destinations in this list.
  • Person in the organization - a person in your organization who can receive voice calls. This person can be an online user or a user hosted on-premises using Skype for Business Server.
  • Voice app - another auto attendant or a call queue. (Choose the resource account associated with the auto attendant or call queue when choosing this destination.)
  • Voicemail - the voice mailbox associated with a Microsoft 365 group that you specify. You can choose if you want voicemail transcriptions and the "Please leave a message after the tone." system prompt.
  • External phone number - any phone number.
  • Announcement (Audio file) - Play an audio file. A recorded announcement message you upload that's saved as audio in .WAV, .MP3, or .WMA format. The recording can be no larger than 5 MB. The system plays the announcement, and then returns to the auto attendant menu.
  • Announcement (Typed) - Type in a message. Text you want the system to read. You can enter up to 1000 characters. The system plays the announcement, and then returns to the auto attendant menu.

You'll be prompted to choose one of these options at various stages as you set up an auto attendant.

All auto attendants must have an associated resource account. First-level auto attendants will need at least one resource account that has an associated service number. If you wish, you can assign several resource accounts to an auto attendant, each with a separate service number.

When you create an auto attendant you have to choose an existing resource account. 

Reference: Set up an auto attendant



Question: 208
Measured Skill: Plan and Configure a Microsoft Teams Environment (45-50%)

You have a Microsoft 365 E5 subscription.

You need to generate a report that provides the following information:
  • How many users post and reply to channel messages.
  • The number of ad hoc meetings organized by a user.
  • The number of meetings a user has participated in.
  • The total video time of a user.
Which report should you run?

ATeams user activity
B Teams usage
C Teams live event usage
D Teams app usage

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

A new analytics and reporting experience for Microsoft Teams is available in the Microsoft Teams admin center. You can run different reports to get insights into how users in your organization are using Teams. For example, you can see how many users communicate through channel and chat messages and the kinds of devices they use to connect to Teams. Your organization can use the information from the reports to better understand usage patterns, help make business decisions, and inform training and communication efforts.

The Teams user activity report gives insight into the types of activities that users in your organization do in Teams. You can see how many users communicate on an unplanned basis through unscheduled meetings (1:1 and group calls). See how many meetings a Teams user has organized, and meetings a Teams user has participated in. See details about screen, video, and audio minutes, and chat communication statistics, such as how many users reply to and post channel messages, and how many users engage in 1:1 or group chat messages.

Reference: Microsoft Teams user activity report



Question: 209
Measured Skill: Manage Teams and App Policies (20-25%)

You have a Microsoft 365 subscription that uses Microsoft Teams and contains the users shown in the following table.



You have a team named Sales that is configured as shown in the following table.



The Sales team contains the channels shown in the following table.



For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.

(NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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AUser1 can see the membership list of the Budget channel: Yes
User2 can add User5 as a member of the Budget channel: Yes
Admin1 can convert Planning into a private channel: Yes
B User1 can see the membership list of the Budget channel: Yes
User2 can add User5 as a member of the Budget channel: Yes
Admin1 can convert Planning into a private channel: No
C User1 can see the membership list of the Budget channel: Yes
User2 can add User5 as a member of the Budget channel: No
Admin1 can convert Planning into a private channel: No
D User1 can see the membership list of the Budget channel: No
User2 can add User5 as a member of the Budget channel: Yes
Admin1 can convert Planning into a private channel: No
E User1 can see the membership list of the Budget channel: No
User2 can add User5 as a member of the Budget channel: Yes
Admin1 can convert Planning into a private channel: Yes
F User1 can see the membership list of the Budgets channel: No
User2 can add User5 as a member of the Budget channel: No
Admin1 can convert Planning into a private channel: No

Correct answer: D

Explanation:

User1 is the owner of the Sales Team. But he is neither the owner nor a member of the Budget channel. Because the Budget channel is set to private, User1 cannot see the channel or the members of the channel in Teams.

User2 is the owner of the private Budget channel. User2 can configure the channel settings and add members and owners to the channel.

Standard channels can't be converted to private channels and vice versa. Also channels can't be moved between teams. It doesn't matter what permissions a user has.





 
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