Exam Ref 70-332: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013

Errata for Exam Ref 70-332: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013




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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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17 ~ 18 line

On the sentence "... will use a disk redundancy method such as RAID 0 (which is mirroring of the data disks)...". This information is wrong. - RAID 0 means the striping level, not the mirroring. - RAID 1 means the mirroring level. To correct it, just change RAID 0 to RAID 1.

Tarcisio Gambin  Jun 12, 2013 
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Page 23
Qu. 5

"Choose all that apply" sentence to be added at the end of the question.

Ibrahem Khalil  Jan 13, 2014 
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Page 40
First bullet point

ISS should be IIS

Paul Grimley  Aug 20, 2013 
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Page 196
Code Snippet

$webApp.SiteUpgradeThrottleSettings.SubwebCountLimit=<value> Should be replaced with $webApp.SiteUpgradeThrottleSettings.UsageStorageLimit=<value>

Ibrahem Khalil  Jan 17, 2014 
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Page 247
Code Snippet to create PowerPoint App in PowerShell

$proxyService=New-SPPowerPointConversionServiceApplicationProxy -ServiceApplication $appService is missing the Name Parameter. Should Read: $proxyService=New-SPPowerPointConversionServiceApplicationProxy -ServiceApplication $appService -Name <ProxyName>

Colin Thornton  Nov 11, 2013 
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Page 255
The ordered list

2 and 3 need to be exchanged.

Ibrahem Khalil  Jan 18, 2014 
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Page 312
PowerShell script under #4.

PowerShell command should have brackets instead of parenthesis. Get-SPServiceInstance -all | Where {$_.TypeName -like "SQL Server Reporting*"} | Start-SPServiceInstance

Brent Harvey  Mar 05, 2014