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Microsoft - MS-700: Managing Microsoft Teams

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Question: 143
Measured Skill: Manage Chat, Calling, and Meetings (30-35%)

You have a Microsoft 365 E5 subscription that contains a user named User1.

You need to change the default conferencing toll phone number for User1 by using the Microsoft Teams admin center.

What should you modify for User1?

AThe Account settings
B Calling policy
C The Voice settings
D Meeting policy

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

As a Microsoft 365 or Office 365 admin, you can edit the Audio Conferencing settings—such as the provider, default toll or toll-free number, conference ID, or PIN—for an individual user in your organization.

To change the default toll number, click Edit next to Audio Conferencing and in the Audio Conferencing pane, select a number under Toll number.



Reference: Manage the Audio Conferencing settings for a user in Microsoft Teams



Question: 144
Measured Skill: Manage Teams and App Policies (20-25%)

You have a Microsoft 365 subscription that contains a user named User1.

You have a custom policy named AppPolicy that has the following configurations:
  • Allow all apps published by Microsoft.
  • Allow only specified third-party apps.
  • Block all custom apps.
You need to assign AppPolicy to User1.

How should you complete the PowerShell command?

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

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AGrant-CsTeamsAppSetupPolicy -Identity "User1" -Description AppPolicy
B Grant-CsTeamsAppPermissionPolicy -Identity "User1" -PolicyName AppPolicy
C Grant-CsTeamsAppPermissionPolicy -Identity "User1" -PinnedAppBarApps AppPolicy
D Set-CsTeamsAppSetupPolicy -Identity "User1" -Description AppPolicy
E Set-CsTeamsAppSetupPolicy -Identity "User1" -PinnedAppBarApps AppPolicy
F Set-CsTeamsAppPermissionPolicy -Identity "User1" -PolicyName AppPolicy

Correct answer: B

Explanation:

As an admin, you can use app permission policies to control what apps are available to Microsoft Teams users in your organization. You can allow or block all apps or specific apps published by Microsoft, third-parties, and your organization. When you block an app, users who have the policy are unable to install it from the Teams app store. You must be a global admin or Teams service admin to manage these policies.

You manage app permission policies in the Microsoft Teams admin center. You can use the global (Org-wide default) policy or create and assign custom policies. Users in your organization will automatically get the global policy unless you create and assign a custom policy. After you edit or assign a policy, it can take a few hours for changes to take effect.

In order to assign app permission policies by using PowerShell use the Grant-CsTeamsAppPermissionPolicy cmdlets.

References:

Manage app permission policies in Microsoft Teams

Grant-CsTeamsAppPermissionPolicy



Question: 145
Measured Skill: Manage Teams and App Policies (20-25%)

You are an administrator for a company. Your company has a a Microsoft Office 365 subscription.

You discover that apps from a third-party publisher have security issues. You need to block all apps from the publisher.

What should you use in the Microsoft Teams admin center?

AOrg-wide app settings
B Policy packages
C Permission policies
D Manage apps

Correct answer: C

Explanation:

As an admin, you can use app permission policies to control what apps are available to Microsoft Teams users in your organization. You can allow or block all apps or specific apps published by Microsoft, third-parties, and your organization. When you block an app, users who have the policy are unable to install it from the Teams app store. You must be a global admin or Teams service admin to manage these policies.

You manage app permission policies in the Microsoft Teams admin center. You can use the global (Org-wide default) policy or create and assign custom policies. Users in your organization will automatically get the global policy unless you create and assign a custom policy. After you edit or assign a policy, it can take a few hours for changes to take effect.



Reference: Manage app permission policies in Microsoft Teams

Question: 146
Measured Skill: Plan and Configure a Microsoft Teams Environment (45-50%)

You have a Microsoft 365 subscription that has Azure Active Directory Premium Plan 2 licenses.

You need to implement Microsoft Teams lifecycle management to meet the following requirements:
  • All unused teams must be deleted after 180 days.
  • Inactive guest users must be removed from teams automatically every three months.
  • Microsoft Teams admin roles must only be assigned for specific time periods.
Which feature should you use for each requirement?

(To answer, drag the appropriate features to the correct requirements. Each feature may be used once, more than once, or not at all. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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AP1: A Microsoft 365 group expiration policy
P2: Access reviews in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
P3: Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
B P1: Access reviews in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
P2: Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
P3: Entitlement management in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
C P1: Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
P2: A Microsoft 365 group expiration policy
P3: Entitlement management in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
D P1: A Microsoft 365 group expiration policy
P2: Entitlement management in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
P3: Access reviews in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

With the increase in usage of Microsoft 365 groups and Microsoft Teams, administrators and users need a way to clean up unused groups and teams. A Microsoft 365 groups expiration policy can help remove inactive groups from the system and make things cleaner.

When a group expires, all of its associated services (the mailbox, Planner, SharePoint site, team, etc.) are also deleted.

When a group expires it is "soft-deleted" which means it can still be recovered for up to 30 days.

Administrators can specify an expiration period and any inactive group that reaches the end of that period, and is not renewed, will be deleted. (This includes archived teams.) The expiration period begins when the group is created, or on the date it was last renewed. Group owners will automatically be sent an email before the expiration that allows them to renew the group for another expiration interval. Teams users will see persistent notifications in Teams.

Groups that are actively in use are renewed automatically. Any of the following actions will auto-renew a group:

  • SharePoint - view, edit, download, move, share, or upload files. (Viewing a SharePoint page does not count as an action for automatic renewal.)
  • Outlook - join group, read or write group message from the group, and like a message (Outlook on the web).
  • Teams - visiting a teams channel.

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) access reviews enable organizations to efficiently manage group memberships, access to enterprise applications, and role assignments. User's access can be reviewed on a regular basis to make sure only the right people have continued access.

Privileged Identity Management (PIM) is a service in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) that enables you to manage, control, and monitor access to important resources in your organization. These resources include resources in Azure AD, Azure, and other Microsoft Online Services such as Microsoft 365 or Microsoft Intune. 

Privileged Identity Management provides time-based and approval-based role activation to mitigate the risks of excessive, unnecessary, or misused access permissions on resources that you care about. Here are some of the key features of Privileged Identity Management:

  • Provide just-in-time privileged access to Azure AD and Azure resources
  • Assign time-bound access to resources using start and end dates
  • Require approval to activate privileged roles
  • Enforce multi-factor authentication to activate any role
  • Use justification to understand why users activate
  • Get notifications when privileged roles are activated
  • Conduct access reviews to ensure users still need roles
  • Download audit history for internal or external audit

References:

Microsoft 365 group expiration policy

What are Azure AD access reviews?

What is Azure AD Privileged Identity Management?

What is Azure AD entitlement management?



Question: 147
Measured Skill: Plan and Configure a Microsoft Teams Environment (45-50%)

You have a Microsoft 365 E5 subscription that contains a Microsoft Teams team named Sales Team. Sales Team contains the members shown in the following table.



You create a channel named Sales Project and configure the Channel moderation settings as shown in the following exhibit.



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 reply to channel messages: Yes
User2 can add User4 as a moderator of the Sales Project channel: Yes
User3 can start a new post in the Sales Project channel: Yes
B User1 can reply to channel messages: Yes
User2 can add User4 as a moderator of the Sales Project channel: Yes
User3 can start a new post in the Sales Project channel: No
C User1 can reply to channel messages: No
User2 can add User4 as a moderator of the Sales Project channel: Yes
User3 can start a new post in the Sales Project channel: No
D User1 can reply to channel messages: No
User2 can add User4 as a moderator of the Sales Project channel: Yes
User3 can start a new post in the Sales Project channel: Yes
E User1 can reply to channel messages: No
User2 can add User4 as a moderator of the Sales Project channel: No
User3 can start a new post in the Sales Project channel: Yes
F User1 can reply to channel messages: No
User2 can add User4 as a moderator of the Sales Project channel: No
User3 can start a new post in the Sales Project channel: No

Correct answer: B

Explanation:

The channel's settings allow only moderators to start new posts. Members are not allowed to reply to channel messages. Only User1 and User2 can post/reply to the Sales Project channel.



User2 is a team owner. Owners can add members to the team and assign permissions.

User3 is not an owner and therefore not a moderator. User3 cannot post at all in the Sales Project channel.

Reference: Set up and manage channel moderation in Microsoft Teams



 
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