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QUESTION 81

DRAG DROP

You work as a team member for an organization that uses Project Server 2013. The organization

tracks work in hours and has single-entry mode enabled. You are required to complete a

timesheet at the end of each week. For this week’s timesheet, you only have one assigned task to

complete. You need to ensure that your timesheet is accurate and ready for approval. 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 82

You work for an organization that uses Project Server 2013. Single-entry mode is disabled. Team

members enter updates in Project Web App (PWA) through the Tasks page. You need to select a

tracking method that enables the following scenario:

 

  • During week one, a team member enters a total of 20 hours of actual work.

  • During week two, the team member modifies the total to 30 hours of actual work.

  • Following a save, the work value remains the same, and the remaining work value

decreases.

  • Additionally, the percent of work complete increases.

 

Which tracking method should you use?

 

  1. Percent of work complete.

  2. Actual work done and work remaining.

  3. Hours of work done per period.

  4. Report hours worked every day.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 83

You are a resource manager for an organization that uses Project Server 2013 in Project Server

Permission Mode with default security settings. One of the resources you manage is

unexpectedly out of the office, and timesheets are due today. The resource has told you their

current work and what should be on their timesheet. You do not have access to the resource’s

corporate user ID and password. You need to meet the submission deadline by updating their

timesheet so that the system recognizes you as your resource. What should you do?

 

  1. Delegate yourself as the resource and update their timesheet as them.

  2. Reassign the tasks to your user ID and update the tasks as the resource.

  3. Wait until the resource can sign onto the system and do it themselves.

  4. Ask the administrator to give you the Update Tasks for the resource’s permission.

 

Correct Answer: A

 

 

QUESTION 84

You are the Project Server 2013 administrator for an organization. Most of the project managers

and timesheet managers have set up rules to automatically accept all task updates from all

resources in all of their projects. Although most updates are automatically approved, the team

members notice that their projects do not always reflect the resource updates in Project Center.

You need to resolve this issue. What should you do?

 

  1. Have project managers open and save their project plans.

  2. Have resource managers approve all timesheets.

  3. Have the administrator enable single-entry mode for all team members.

  4. Have project managers modify their automatic updates to also automatically publish the

acceptance.

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 85

You are a project manager in an organization that uses Project Server 2013. Single entry mode is

disabled. The Only allow task updates via Tasks and Timesheets option is enabled. Project team

members submit updates to tasks through Project Web App (PWA).A team member submits a

status update to you for approval. The team member later informs you that they made a typing

mistake in the status update. You need to correct the status update. What should you do?

 

  1. Instruct the team member to enter the correct information and send the status again.

  2. Accept the status update in Project Professional 2013 and correct the user’s mistake.

  3. Reject the status update in Project Professional 2013 and have the user send the correct

status.

  1. Instruct the team member to recall the timesheet.

 

Correct Answer: A

 

 

QUESTION 86

You are a project manager for a company that uses Project Server 2013 in Project Server

Permission Mode. You have been managing a project for several months. You go on vacation, and

you delegate your project management responsibility to one of your coworkers. Your coworker

accepts multiple status updates on the project. When you return, you notice that no project

updates are visible in Project Web App (PWA), and there are no status updates awaiting approval.

You need to ensure that the previously accepted status updates are visible in PWA. What should

you do?

 

  1. Set the date range in the Approval’s page to include last week’s updates.

  2. Have your team resubmit last week’s status updates.

  3. Have your team resubmit last week’s timesheet updates.

  4. Publish the task updates from the Status History page.

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 87

You work as a project manager in an organization that uses Project Server 2013. All project

managers belong to the Project Management Office (PMO) and use Project Professional 2013. A

member of the PMO is responsible for initiating a new project schedule in Project Server and fills

in critical project-level fields such as Sponsor and Project Budget. The PMO publishes the new

project and then, through email, instructs the project manager to complete a detailed schedule.

You are responsible for planning and managing the schedule, including approving task updates

from team members. After speaking to your team members, you discover that task updates have

been submitted, but you are not receiving them; instead, these updates are going to the person

in the PMO who initially set up the schedule. You need to solve this problem. What should you

do?

 

  1. Instruct the person in the PMO to open the schedule in Project Professional 2013 and change

the status manager to you for all tasks.

  1. Instruct the person in the PMO to open the schedule in Project Professional 2013 and change

the Publish field to Yes for all tasks.

  1. Open the schedule in Project Professional 2013 and change the status manager for all tasks

to you.

  1. Open the schedule in Project Professional 2013 and change the assignment owner for all

tasks to you.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 88

You are a portfolio manager at an organization that uses Project Server 2013. You supervise five

very large projects. Each project has its own project manager and a project team with many

resources. One of your main activities is reviewing all documentation of the five projects. The

project teams are constantly updating and publishing new documents in the Project Site of each

project. You need to implement an information review process that meets the following

requirements:

 

  • Receive a notification every time a document is updated or published in the Project Sites.

  • Have a centralized way to view the notifications.

  • Implement the process in the least amount of time.

 

What should you do?

 

  1. Go to Project Site of each project and select the Follow option for each published document.

Review your Newsfeed periodically for news about the documents.

  1. Go to the User page of each member from the five project teams and select the Follow user

option. Review your Newsfeed periodically for news about each user.

  1. Go to Project Site of each project and select the Follow site option. Review your Newsfeed

periodically for news about the Project Sites.

  1. Ask the project managers and the project teams to send you an email every time they update

or create a new element in the project site. Review your inbox periodically for notifications

from the project team.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 89

You are a program manager in the Project Management Office (PMO). Your organization is

implementing Project Server 2013. Only the IT, human resources, and financial departments will

use Project Server 2013, and each department will use its own set of enterprise custom fields.

You plan to create an Enterprise Project Template (EPT) with two project details pages (PDPs)

named pdp1 and pdp2, which will have the following functions:

 

  • pdp1 will be used as the new project page, and it will contain only default project fields.

  • pdp2 will be used to fill out custom information about the project, and it will contain all of

the project’s enterprise custom fields.

 

You need to ensure that, when project managers access the pdp2, they will only see the

enterprise custom fields of their own departments. Which three actions should you perform?

(Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)

 

  1. Add three entries in the RBS lookup table, one for each department.

  2. Add three entries in the Department lookup table, one for each department.

  3. In the edit resource page, set the appropriate department in the Resource Department field

for each project manager.

  1. In the edit resource page, set the appropriate department in the Resource Breakdown

Structure field for each project manager.

  1. In the edit enterprise custom field page, set the appropriate department in the Department

field for each enterprise custom field.

  1. In the edit enterprise custom field page, select the option Behavior controlled by workflow

for each project enterprise custom field.

 

Correct Answer: BCE

 

 

QUESTION 90

You are managing two projects named Proj1 and Proj2. Proj1 has a milestone named Milestone1.

Proj2 has a milestone named Milestone2. You need to create a relationship between both

projects that meets the following requirements:

 

  • Milestone2 depends on Milestone1.

  • The relationship provides visibility without affecting Milestone2’s schedule.

 

What should you do?

 

  1. Open Project Professional 2013 and create a master project with Proj1 and Proj2 as

subprojects. Make Milestone2 a predecessor of Milestone1. Save and publish the master

project.

  1. Open Project Professional 2013 and create a master project with Proj1 and Proj2 as

subprojects. Make Milestone1 predecessor of Milestone2. Save and publish the master

project.

  1. Open Proj1 in Project Professional 2013 and create a deliverable for Milestone1. Save and

publish Proj1. Open Proj2 in Project Professional 2013, add a new dependency for the

deliverable on Proj1, and link the dependency to Milestone2. Save and publish Proj2.

  1. Open Proj2 in Project Professional 2013 and create a deliverable for Milestone2. Save and

publish Proj2. Open Proj1 in Project Professional 2013, add a new dependency for the

deliverable on Proj2, and link the dependency to Milestone1. Save and publish Proj1.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

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