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Q1. You are using Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 to manage test environments for your company. 

You need to set up a two-computer environment for running tests. The environment needs to include: 

The server computer has already been created using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). 

You need to create a lab environment for testing this configuration. 

What should you do? 

A. Install a physical machine with the client configuration. Connect both the client and the existing SCVMM server computers with Visual Studio 2012 through the Server Explorer window. 

B. Install and configure a virtual machine with the client configuration by using Hyper-V. Connect both the client and the existing SCVMM server computers with Visual Studio 2012 through the Team Explorer window. 

C. Install a physical machine with the client configuration. Create a new SCVMM lab environment by combining both the client and the existing SCVMM server computers by using Lab Center in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) 2012. 

D. Install a physical machine with the client configuration. Create a new standard environment, combining the client and the server machines by using Lab Center in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) 2012. 

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Q2. You are a test developer using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

The test you are developing has a two validation steps that use a parameter named TotalPrice. The feature associated with TotalPrice has changed, making the parameter and the first validation step unnecessary. The second validation step requires a new parameter named Price. 

You need to delete the TotalPrice parameter, along with its data values, and add the Price parameter to the second validation step. 

What should you do? 

A. Delete the two validation steps and the TotalPrice parameter, and then delete the parameter values for TotalPrice. 

B. Delete the first validation step and insert the Price parameter into the second validation step. 

C. Delete the first validation step and rename TotalPrice to Price in the second validation step. 

D. Delete the first validation step and insert the Price parameter into the Action column of the second validation step. 

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Q3. DRAG DROP 

You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to manage your testing efforts. 

You want to see which work items have changed since the last time you assigned a build to the test plan. 

You need to assign a new build to the test plan and create a list of the bugs that have been fixed and the features that have been associated with the new build. 

What should you do? (To answer, move the three appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) 

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Q4. You are a test developer using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You have a test case with a parameter variable that has several data values that are no longer needed because of a change to the specifications. 

You need to remove these unneeded values. 

What should you do? 

A. Delete the unneeded iterations. 

B. Delete the unneeded test steps. 

C. Delete the unneeded parameter values. 

D. Delete the old parameters. 

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Q5. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development process template. SharePoint integration and reporting are enabled. 

You want to assess your team’s testing effort. 

To do this, you need to: 

What should you do? 

A. From the team portal, open the Test Activity Excel Report. 

B. From the team portal, open the Test Plan Progress Report. 

C. From the team portal, open the Test Case Readiness Excel Report. 

D. Open the Test Results view in MTM. 

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Q6. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) to create a test plan for testing an ASP.NET website. 

Your test plan needs to validate a set of critical business functionalities for the current sprint. All business functionalities are documented in the requirements document published to the project portal. 

You need to associate your test plan with the requirements document. 

What should you do? 

A. Add a link to the requirements document in the Links section of the Properties view of the test plan. 

B. Click Copy Link in the Properties view of the test plan to link the requirements document on the project portal to the test plan. 

C. In the Area path drop-down list in the Properties view of the test plan, right-click the test plan area path node relevant to the requirements being tested. Select Add link to associate the requirements document link on the project portal with the area path node. 

D. Click Link next to the Description box in the Properties view of the test plan to link the requirements document on the project portal to the test plan. 

E. Click Link next to the Name box in the Properties view of the test plan to link the requirements document on the project portal to the test plan. 

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Q7. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You need to develop test cases that trace to a set of requirements. 

What should you do? 

A. Add the requirements as test step attachments. 

B. Add links from the test cases to the requirements. 

C. Add links from the test suite to the requirements. 

D. Add the requirements as test case attachments. 

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Q8. You plan to conduct a manual test for an ASP.NET website by using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You create a test plan named Calculate_Margin by using Testing Center in MTM. 

You need to link all the test cases that belong to the Calculate_Margin test plan with new requirements that are stored as work items in Team Foundation Server 2012. 

What should you do? 

A. In the Links section of the test plan, click Add link to associate the requirements document. 

B. Associate the requirements document with the test plan by name, then add a link by using the area path relevant to the requirements being tested. 

C. Create the test cases within the test plan by using a Test Suite, then associate the new requirements by adding them as attachments to the test cases. 

D. Click Add requirements from the Contents menu of the test plan and associate the new requirements. 

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Q9. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). 

You need to assign test cases to testers so they will be able to find the tests they need to run. 

What should you do? 

A. Click Assign to designate the tester for each test case, then click Filter when you run the test. 

B. In the Assigned to field for each test case, select the tester, then click Filter when you run the test. 

C. For each test case, select the tester in the Assigned to field and use a work item query to filter on assigned test cases. 

D. Create a test plan for each tester. 

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Q10. You are using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM). You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development process template. 

You want to organize your test cases by relating them to the user stories for the application under test. 

You need to use a test suite that creates the Tests link type as you add test cases. 

Which type of test suite should you create? 

A. Static 

B. Query-based 

C. Linked 

D. Requirements-based 

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