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Question No: 1 of 6
Which of the following is not true with regarding Claims based authentication(CBA)? 
Options:
  1. It can authenticate non windows users.
  2. It uses STS (Secure Token Service).
  3. When CBA is enabled, AD users cannot be authenticated.
  4. It is based on identity and trust.
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:
When Claims Based authentication is enabled for a site, it redirects the user to a sign -in- -page that also gives an option of (Windows Authentication) which if chosen can authenticate windows users as well.

Question No: 2 of 6
What kind of security token is created by the STS? 
Options:
  1. SXAML Token
  2. SAML Token
  3. SSL Token
  4. CAML Token
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
A SAML (Secure Assertion Markup Language) token is issued by STS (Secure Token Service).

Question No: 3 of 6
Which of the following web.config files should be compulsorily edited for claims based authentication? 
Options:
  1. Web Application
  2. SharePoint Central Administration website
  3. Secure Token Service
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:
Only the Secure Token Service web.config file needs to be compulsorily edited to allow claims based authentication. Editing the Web Application’s (WebApp) and SharePoint Central Administration’s (CA) web.config files is optional. Editing the WebApp and CA web.config files facilitates populating the people picker and find options with the users who should be authenticated using claims based authentication.

Question No: 4 of 6
Which of the following option is not true regarding zones? 
Options:
  1. Zones provide a way for different authentications for the same web application
  2. A copy of the same web application is created in each zone
  3. To create a new zone, you need to extend the site collection
  4. None of them
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Zones are a way to provide different authentication mechanisms for the same web application. There are 5 zones available. Default, Custom, Internet, Intranet and Extranet.In order to create a zone you need to extend the web application.

Question No: 5 of 6
What is Role of SharePoint in Authentication and Authorization? 
Options:
  1. SharePoint Authorizes and Authentication done by AD
  2. SharePoint Authenticates and Authorization done by AD
  3. SharePoint Authorizes and AD also Authorizes
  4. SharePoint can Authenticate and Authorize and AD can also Authenticate and Authorize
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
An authentication system is how you identify yourself to the computer. The goal behind an authentication system is to verify that the user is actually who they say they are. Once the system knows who the user is through authentication, authorization is how the system decides what the user can do.

Question No: 6 of 6
How would you pass user credentials while using SharePoint Web Service from your Web Part or appl 
Options:
  1. listService.UseDefaultCredentials = true; listService.Credentials = new System.Net.NetworkCredential("user", "pass", "domain");
  2. listservice.Credentials = true; listService.Credentials = new System.Net.NetworkCredential("user", "pass", "domain");
  3. listService.DefaultCredentials = true; listService.Credentials = new System.Net.NetworkCredential("user", "pass", "domain");
  4. None of these
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
The web service needs credentials to be set before making calls. Examples: listService.UseDefaultCredentials = true; // use currently logged on user listService.Credentials = new System.Net.NetworkCredential("user", "pass", "domain"); // use specified user

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