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A. Add a note
B. Change the subject
C. Add a keyword
D. Add a section
E. Add a comment
Answer: A, E
A. Keywords are only used to manage the Knowledge Base.
B. Keywords relate similar cases to each other
C. Keywords are used to search for articles.
D. Keywords define the subject tree.
A. Sales Attachments
B. Case Resolution Activity
D. Sales Literature
E. Knowledge Base articles
A. The Connection record is used to populate the options in the Competitor field on the Opportunity’s resolution activity for Lost Opportunities.
B.A Connection record is created between the Opportunity and the Account.
C. The Competitor/Win Loss report uses the Connection record to indicate how well the organization is doing versus a competitor
D . The Connection record is used to populate the options in the Competitor field on the Opportunity’s resolution activity for Won Opportunities.
A. When a user exits a changed record
B. Every 30 seconds
C. When a user creates the record
D. Every 120 seconds
E. Every time a user moves the focus out of an edited field
A. Originating Lead
C. Campaign Response
C. Additional addresses
A. Remove the entity from any required security roles.
B. Check whether the entity has any dependencies.
C. Reassign all the records in the entity.
D. Change the entity ownership to Organization.
A. One-to-many (1:N) from session registration to attendee
B. One-to-many (1:N) from attendee to session registration
C. Native many-to-many (N:N) between attendee and session registration
D. Manual many-to-many (N:N) between attendee and session registration
A. Execute a workflow.
B. Import a Solution.
C. Run a dialog.
D. Create a new entity in the default Solution.
E. Import data.
Answer: A, B, D
A. One-to-many (1:N)
B. Many-to-one (N:l)
C. Native many-to-many (N:N)
D. Manual many-to-many (N:N)
B. Number of fields
C. Define as activity entity
D. Display Name
Answer: B, D
A. Sending email
B. Access Teams
C. Document management
D. Mail merge
Answer: B, C, D
A. The text label and integer value for the country are copied from the Lead country option set to the Contact country option set.
B. The text label for the country is copied from the Lead country option set to the Contact country option set and a new integer value is assigned.
C. The country is copied to the Contact record but not added to the Contact country option set.
D. The country field in the Contact record is left blank.
A. Field auditing properties can be set for only one field at a time.
B. Auditing can be turned on or off for a field at any time.
C. Auditing can be turned on for a custom field only while creating the field.
D. Field-level audit properties can be used to create exceptions for an entity that is not enabled for auditing.
A. Setup.exe /load client.xml /quiet
B. Setup.exe /load client.xml /silent
C. Setup.exe /config client.xml /quiet
D. Setup.exe /config client.xml /silent
A. System Recommended
B. Business Recommended
C. Business Required
D. System Required
E. No Constraint
Answer: B, C, F
A. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server Administration tool
B. Microsoft Office Outlook Add-In
C. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment
D. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Service tier
A. Web Server
B. SharePoint Server
C. SQL Server
A. one incoming profile and one outgoing profile
B. two incoming profiles and one outgoing profile
C. one incoming profile and two outgoing profiles
D. two incoming profiles and two outgoing profiles
A. Before installing the E-mail Router, install Microsoft Office Outlook on all client computers.
B. Before installing the E-mail Router, install the Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and
Collaboration Data Objects.
C. Before installing the E-mail Router, install and start Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011.
D. While installing the E-mail Router, do not select the Rule Deployment Wizard component. Answer: D
A. subject, senders address, and recipients addresses
B. body, senders address, and recipients addresses
C. header, body, and subject
D. subject, body, and senders address
A. Windows Server 2003
B. Windows Server 2008
C. Windows Vista
D. Windows 7
A. Clear Text
B. Windows Authentication
A. POP3-compliant servers (for incoming e-mail only)
B. SMTP-compliant servers (for outgoing e-mail only)
C. IMAP-compliant servers (for incoming e-mail only)
D. Microsoft Exchange Online
A. Windows Server 2008
B. Windows XP
C. Windows Vista
D. Windows Server 2003
A. Create the security groups in Active Directory, and then install Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011 by using an XML configuration file that references the existing security groups.
B. Log on to the server as a Domain Administrator. Install Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011 by using an XML configuration file that includes the names of the security groups you want to create.
C. Log on to the server as a Domain Administrator, and start the Microsoft Dynamics CRM setup program. In the setup interface, enter the names of the security groups you want to create.
D. Create the security groups in Active Directory, and then select them in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM setup interface.
A. SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition, (x86) SP1
B. SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition (x64) SP1
C. SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition (x86)
D. SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition (x64)
A. Windows Small Business Server 2008 SP2
B. Internet Information Services (IIS) 7
C. SQL Server 2008 Workgroup Edition
D. SharePoint Server 2007
A. Local Administrator rights on SERVER1 and SERVER2; Exchange Server Administrator rights; Organization and security group creation permission in AD DS
B. Local Administrator rights on SERVER1 and SERVER2; sys admin role permissions on SERVER2; Rights to create and add members to security groups in AD DS
C. Write privileges on SERVER1 and SERVER2; organization and security group creation permission in AD DS
D. Domain Administrator; Local Administrator rights on SERVER1