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QUESTION 41

You are an area project manager who uses Project Server 2013. You are aligning and planning

your team’s availability against existing and proposed projects. You need to estimate your team

members’ work load for future time periods against projects that have not completed a work

breakdown structure (WBS) yet. You need to account for both existing and planned projects.

What should you do?

 

  1. Create a resource plan for the planned project, assign team members, and estimate the

hours expected in the time period expected. Then view total load in the Resource Availability

view.

  1. Create generic resources in the Resource Center and add them to the project in the Project

Web App (PWA).

  1. Use budget work resources and assign them to tasks in the project file to view resource load.

  2. Export the project tasks to Microsoft Excel, add your proposed projects, and plan your future

resource load against those proposed projects. Use Microsoft Excel to view total planned

work load.

 

Correct Answer: A

 

 

QUESTION 42

You are a project manager who uses Project Server 2013 and Project Professional 2013. You build

your project plan. In the least amount of time, you need to assign resources to your plan based

on their availability. What should you do?

 

  1. Open your project in the Project Web App (PWA) and use the Resource Center Availability

view to see what the availability is for each resource you would like to use. Then return to

the task view and add the resources.

  1. Open your project in Project Professional 2013 and add resources to your plan. Then use the

Team Planner view to determine their availability.

  1. Open your project in Project Professional 2013 and use the Build Team From Enterprise

dialog box and filter by resource availability by time period. Then add the resources to your

plan.

  1. Open your project in the Project Web App (PWA) and use the Resource Center Assignments

view to see where your resources are currently available before deciding which resources to

use. Then add the resources to your plan.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 43

You are a project manager in an organization that uses Project Server 2013. You have access to

Project Web App (PWA) but no access to Project Professional 2013 for making changes to your

schedule. In your organization, projects begin work after the project sponsor provides funding for

the first phase of the project. You need to take a snapshot of your schedule and make that

information available to the Project Management Office (PMO), who will view it in PWA. What

should you do?

 

  1. Set all tasks to auto scheduled and publish the project.

  2. Set the baseline and publish the project.

  3. Clear the baseline and publish the project.

  4. Change to the Tasks Tracking view and publish the project.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 44

DRAG DROP

You are a project manager for an organization that uses Project Server 2013. You check out a

project for editing in Project Professional 2013 and discover that one resource is overallocated

across three projects. You need to determine the cause of the overallocation by using the Team

Planner view to resolve the issue. Which four actions should you perform in sequence?

 

To answer, move the appropriate four actions from the list of actions to the answer area and

arrange them in the correct order.

 

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QUESTION 45

You are a project manager for an organization that uses Project Server 2013. You have many

projects that you schedule and manage. Your organization hires an individual that will be a

resource on one of your schedules. You need to use Project Web App (PWA) to add the resource

to your schedule as a Team Member so that you can assign them tasks. What should you do?

 

  1. Edit the Project schedule and type in the name of the Resource on a task.

  2. Edit the Project schedule and add the new resource in Resource Plan.

  3. Edit the Project schedule and add a new task with the name of the Resource on the new task.

  4. Edit the Project schedule and add the new resource in Build Team.

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 46

You are a project manager who uses Project Server 2013. You want to use the Resource Center

Availability function and the Assignment Work by Resource view to see the proposed and active

projects for a particular resource. However, you are only able to view part of the work load for

the resource. You need to view the complete work load for the resource. Which two settings

should you verify? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

  1. That Include proposed bookings is selected.

  2. That the units chosen are correct.

  3. That the date range is correct.

  4. That the resource is selected on the Resource Availability view.

 

Correct Answer: CD

 

 

QUESTION 47

You are a project manager for an organization that uses Project Server 2013. Only administrators

have Project Professional 2013. You use Project Web App (PWA) for schedule management. You

modify your schedule after some changes are approved through your organization’s Project

Scope Change process. You need to set a baseline for the project. What should you do?

 

  1. Ask the administrator to access the project schedule in PWA, select the tasks affected by the

change request, and baseline those tasks.

  1. Open the project schedule in PWA, select the tasks affected by the change request, and

baseline those tasks.

  1. Open the project schedule in PWA and set the baseline from the option in the ribbon.

  2. Ask the administrator to set the baseline because a baseline can only be set in Project

Professional 2013.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 48

You are a new project manager in the software development department. Your company uses Project Server 2013. The software development department has 100 developers that are members of a team named Developers. A generic resource named developer is also a member of this team Only the generic resource has checked the Team Assignment Pool option in the Team Details section in the Resource page definition. You plan to create a new project, but you do not know which developers have the availability and proper skills to perform the tasks. You need to create a tasks assignment process that meets the following requirements:

 

  • Let the developers choose which tasks they want to participate in based on their

availabilities and skills.

  • Review and approve the resources assignments.

  • Use the least amount of time possible.

 

What should you do?

 

  1. Assign all tasks to yourself and then save and publish the project. Meet with each developer

and decide together which tasks the developer wants to participate in. Then delegate the

tasks to the developer.

  1. Assign all tasks to the Developers team and then save and publish the project. Instruct the

developers to add the Team tasks into their Task page and assign themselves the tasks in

which they want to participate. You will receive a task approval to accept/reject the

assignment.

  1. Assign all tasks to the developer generic resource, and then save and publish the project.

Instruct the developers to add the Team tasks into their Task page and assign themselves the

tasks in which they want to participate. You will receive a task approval to accept/reject the

assignment.

  1. Instruct all developers to open the project in Project Professional 2013, assign themselves

the tasks in which they want to participate, save the project to a local folder, and then email

you the project for your revision and approval.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 49

You are a project manager who uses Project Online. Your project is scheduled to run for at least

18 months. You create a schedule for the first six months, including estimated resource demand,

using Project Professional 2013. For planning purposes, you need to reserve proposed demand

for the final 12 months. What should you do?

 

  1. Create new tasks in the project to represent the unplanned portion of the project.

Assign resources to these tasks and set their booking type to committed.

  1. Create a resource plan and enter the resource requirements for the final 12 months.

  2. Create a resource plan and set the Resource Utilization to calculate from the project until a date six months from now.

  3. Create new tasks in the project to represent the unplanned portion of the project.

Assign resources to these tasks and set their booking type to proposed.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 50

You are the administrator of a Project Server 2013 environment. You set up an enterprise custom

resource field to define skill sets for resources. When trying to replace your generic resources,

the matching function does not work. You need to reconfigure Project Server 2013 to enable the

skills match function. What should you do?

 

  1. Ensure that the resource is assigned to the correct department relative to the type of skills

required.

  1. Define a supporting skills table and associate it to the enterprise resource custom field.

When adding the table, ensure that you are using this field for matching generic resources.

  1. Use the Department table and associate it to the enterprise resource custom field you create

for skills.

  1. Create an enterprise custom skills field for defining your resources’ skills. Then use the

Enterprise Resource Pool view alongside the Project Team view, and replace your resources

with the required skillset.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

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