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Question No: 1 of 14
Which of the following statement is true regarding Security in SharePoint? 
Options:
  1. SharePoint depends on Active Directory for Authentication and Authorization
  2. SharePoint depends on Active Directory for Authentication and it Authorizes
  3. SharePoint does both Authentication and Authorization
  4. None of the above
View Answer/Explanation:
b
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. SharePoint depends on Active Directory for Authentication for windows Users and once the user is authenticated, SharePoint can assign permissions (authorize) the user.

Question No: 2 of 14
What is the default authentication mode in SharePoint 2013? 
Options:
  1. Classic Mode
  2. Windows Authentication
  3. Claims Based Authentication
  4. Forms Based Authentication
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:
Claims based authentication is the default Authentication in SharePoint 2013. Classic mode of Authentication has been deprecated in SharePoint 2013 and can be done only through Powershell.

Question No: 3 of 14
Which of the following is not a permission group available by default in SharePoint 2010? 
Options:
  1. Members
  2. Owners
  3. Excel services Viewers
  4. Administrators
  5. Visitors
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
SharePoint provides 4 permission groups by default. They are Members, Owners, Excel Services Viewers, and Visitors. The permission levels associated by default to these groups are as follows:- Members - Edit Owners - Full Control

Question No: 4 of 14
Which of the following is permission level available by default in SharePoint 2013? 
Options:
  1. Full Control
  2. Edit
  3. c. Contribute
  4. Read
  5. View Only
  6. Design
  7. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
g
Explanation:
SharePoint 2013 offers 6 permission levels by default. They are as follows:- 1) Full Control - Has full Control 2) Design -Can view add, update, and delete, approve and customize 3) Edit – Can add,edit and delete lists;can view add,update and delete list items and documents 4) Contribute- Can view, add, update and delete list items and documents 5) Read -Can view pages and list items and download documents. 5) View Only - Can view pages, list items, and documents. Document types with server- side file handlers can be viewed in the browser but not downloaded.

Question No: 5 of 14
Which of the following option is incorrect? 
Options:
  1. We can set permissions at list level
  2. We can set permissions at site level
  3. We can set permissions at document level
  4. We can set permissions at web application level
  5. None of the above
View Answer/Explanation:
e
Explanation:
We can set permissions at Webapplication, Site, List/Library and ListItem/Document level. We also have App Permissions in SharePoint 2013.

Question No: 6 of 14
Can we assign permissions on list views? 
Options:
  1. Yes
  2. No
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
We cannot assign permissions to users on Views. Views use the same permissions as given to the list. Permissions are set on the list level and not on views or fields.

Question No: 7 of 14
Can you create a Permission Level at List Level? 
Options:
  1. Yes
  2. No
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
We cannot create a permission level at the list level. Creation of Permission levels is possible only at site level.

Question No: 8 of 14
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:
Claims Based authentication by default allows access to windows users.

Question No: 9 of 14
What kind of security token is created by the STS? 
Options:
  1. Identity Token
  2. SAML Token
  3. SSL Token
  4. Windows Token
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
A SAML (Secure Assertion Markup Language) token is issued by STS (Secure Token Service).

Question No: 10 of 14
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.

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