70-236 Configuring Recipients and Public Folders

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Questions derived from the MicrosoftSelf-Test Software Practice Test 70-236 – TS: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring.

 

Objective: Configuring Recipients and Public Folders
SubObjective: Configure public folders

 

Item Number: 70-236.2.4.2
Single Answer, Multiple Choice

 

You install Exchange Server 2007 organization on your company’s network. The company opens a branch office. You install a mailbox server in the branch office. You create a public folder named BOPublicFolder in the branch office to enable users to post messages.

 

You want to configure BOPublicFolder to replicate with the server in the main office. To achieve this, you want to enable a help desk technician in the branch office to run the Set-PublicFolder cmdlet.

 

You want to delegate appropriate permission to the help desk technician to enable the technician to run the Set-PublicFolder cmdlet. What should you do?

 

 

  1. Delegate the Exchange Organization Administrator role to the help desk technician.
  2. Add the help desk technician to the local Server Operators group.
  3. Delegate the Exchange Recipient Administrator role to the help desk technician.
  4. Delegate the Exchange View-Only Administrator role to the help desk technician.

 

Answer:
A. Delegate the Exchange Organization Administrator role to the help desk technician.

 

Tutorial:
You should delegate the Exchange Organization Administrator role to the help desk technician. The Set-PublicFolder cmdlet is used to configure the parameters of public folders.

 

You should not delegate the Exchange Recipient Administrator role, or the Exchange View-Only Administrator role to the help desk technician, nor should you add the technician to the Servers Operators group. None of these options will enable the help desk technician to run the Set-PublicFolder cmdlet because the Exchange Organization Administrator role is required to run this cmdlet.

 

Reference:
TechNet Library > Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 > Operations > Managing Mailbox Features > Managing Public Folders > How to Configure the Settings of Public Folders

 

TechNet Library > Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 > Technical Reference > Exchange Management Shell > Mailbox and Recipient Cmdlets > Public Folder Cmdlets > Set-PublicFolder

 

TechNet Library > Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 > Technical Reference > Exchange Management Shell > Mailbox and Recipient Cmdlets > Public Folder Cmdlets > Set-PublicFolderDatabase

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