June 11, 2012

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 Administration


Exam : Microsoft 70-512
Title : TS: Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010,Administration
Version : DEM0

1. You plan to install a dual-tier Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 environment
using two servers named Server1 and Server2.
You install and configure Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 Analysis
Services on Server1. You install and configure IIS 7.5, SQL Server Reporting Services,
and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on Server2.
You need to install and configure Team Foundation Server using the two servers.
What should you do?
A. Install Team Foundation Server on Server2 and run the configuration wizard on Server2
using the Basic option.
B. Install Team Foundation Server on Server2 and run the configuration wizard on Server2
using the Advanced option.
C. Install Team Foundation Server on Server1 and Server2. Run the configuration wizard
on Server1 using the Basic option. Run the configuration wizard on Server2 using the
Application-Tier Only option.
D. Install Team Foundation Server on Server1 and Server2. Run the configuration wizard
on Server1 using the Advanced option. Run the configuration wizard on Server2 using the
Application-Tier Only option.
Answer: B
2. You install Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010. You have an existing Microsoft
Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 server that uses Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
You need to configure Team Foundation Server to use the existing SQL Server and
SharePoint servers.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)
A. Install and configure the Team Foundation Server Extensions for SharePoint Products
on the MOSS 2007 server.
B. Install and configure the Team Foundation Server 2010 SharePoint Package (.wsp)
files on the MOSS 2007 server.
C. Run the configuration wizard on an application tier server, using the Advanced option.

D. Run the configuration wizard on an application tier server, using the Application-Tier
Only option.
Answer: AC
3. Your company has a main office and a branch office. You are installing Visual Studio
Team Foundation Server 2010 at the main office.
You need to minimize the bandwidth required to access version-controlled files from the
branch office.
What should you do?
A. Install Team Foundation Server Proxy at the main office. Configure the Team Explorer
client applications at the branch office to connect to the proxy server.
B. Install Team Foundation Server Proxy at the branch office. Configure the Team
Explorer client applications at the branch office to connect to the proxy server.
C. Create a team project collection for the branch office. Configure the Team Explorer
client applications at the branch office to connect to the application tier at the main office.
D. Install an application tier server at the branch office and configure it to connect to Team
Foundation Server. Configure the Team Explorer client applications at the branch office to
connect to the application tier server at the branch office.
Answer: B
4. You are setting up a Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 environment. The
environment includes a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 cluster.
You need to ensure high availability and redundancy for the front-end Web servers in the
Team Foundation Server environment.
What should you do?
A. Install a virtual application tier server and create a snapshot.
B. Install two application tier servers. Use one as a cold-standby.
C. Install two application tier servers. Use one as a warm-standby.
D. Install multiple application tier servers with network load balancing.
Answer: D

5. You have a dual-tier Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 environment. You run
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on the application tier server.
You configure Team Foundation Server to support an existing SharePoint Web application.
When you attempt to create a new team project portal in the existing SharePoint Web
application, you receive the following error:
TF218017: A SharePoint site could not be created for use as the team project portal. The
following error occurred: TF250034: An access grant could not be found between Team
Foundation Server and the SharePoint Web application that you specified.
You need to ensure that Team Foundation Server integrates with the SharePoint Web
application.
What should you do in the Team Foundation Server Administration Console?
A. In the Extensions for SharePoint Products node, grant access to Team Foundation
Server.
B. In the Extensions for SharePoint Products node, modify access to the SharePoint Web
application.
C. In the SharePoint Web Applications node, add the SharePoint Web application to Team
Foundation Server.
D. In the SharePoint Web Applications node, remove the SharePoint Web application
from Team Foundation Server.
Answer: A
6. You have a single-tier Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 environment. You
create the DNS CNAME record that maps tfs.contoso.com as an alias for the application
tier server name.
You receive alert e-mails for a Work Item Changed event. The alerts include Visual Studio
2010 Team Web Access links that use the server name instead of the alias.
You need to ensure that Team Web Access links in alert e-mails use the alias instead of
the server name.
What should you do?

A. In the Team Foundation Server Administration Console, enter the alias name in the
Server URL text box.
B. In the Team Foundation Server Administration Console, enter the alias name in the
Notification URL text box.
C. Edit the web.config file of the Team Web Access site to add the alias as an element to
the tfServers list.
D. Edit the web.config file of the Team Web Access site to add a NotificationUrl application
setting and set it to the alias name.
Answer: B