dumpinside.com QUESTION 1 A company plans to use Office 365 to provide email services for users. You need to ensure that a custom domain name is used. What should you do first? A. Add the custom domain name to Office 365 and then verify it. B. Verify the existing domain name. C. Create an MX record in DNS. D. Create a CNAME record in DNS. Correct Answer: A Explanation Explanation/Reference: DNS actually tells the Internet where to send email to. Thus you need to make sure that your custom name that you intend using for email is added to Office 365 and verified. When you put the right information into the right DNS records for your domain, the DNS system routes everything correctly so your email, for example, arrives in Office 365 instead of somewhere else. QUESTION 2 A company has an Office 365 tenant. The company uses a third-party DNS provider that does not allow TXT records. You need to verify domain ownership. What should you do? A. Create an MX record. B. Create a CNAME record. C. Create an A record. D. Create an SRV record. Correct Answer: A Explanation Explanation/Reference: Add a TXT or MX record for DNS verification. References: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Change-nameservers-to-set-up-Office-365-with-any- domain-registrar-a8b487a9-2a45-4581-9dc4-5d28a47010a2 QUESTION 3 A company has an Office 365 tenant. https://www.pass4itsure.com/70-346.html You plan to distribute the Office 365 ProPlus client to users. The client machines do not normally have Internet access. You need to activate the Office 365 ProPlus installations and ensure that the licenses remain active. What should you do? A. Connect the client computer to the Internet once to activate the Office 365 ProPlus client, and once every 90days after that. B. Connect the client computer to the Internet once to activate the Office 365 ProPlus client, and once every 30 days after that. C. Connect the client computer to the Internet only once to activate the Office 365 ProPlus client. D. Connect the client computer to the Internet once to activate the Office 365 ProPlus client, and once every 180 days after that. E. Connect the client computer to the Internet once to activate the Office 365 ProPlus client, and once every 365 days after that. Correct Answer: B Explanation Explanation/Reference: https://www.pass4itsure.com/CAS-003.html After you've verified the user is assigned a license, you should check that Office 365 ProPlus is activated. Activation usually occurs during initial installation. The computer has to connect to the Internet at least once every 30 days for Office 365 ProPlus to remain activated. References: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg702620.aspx https://www.pass4itsure.com/PK0-004.html QUESTION 4 You have an Exchange Online tenant. You must identify mailboxes that are no longer in use. You need to locate the inactive mailboxes. Which Windows PowerShell command should you run? A. Get-StaleMailboxReport -Expression B. Get-StaleMailboxReport -Organization C. Get-MailboxActivityReport -Organization D. Get-StaleMailboxReport -EndDate Correct Answer: D Explanation Explanation/Reference: Use the Get-StaleMailboxReport cmdlet to view the number of mailboxes that haven't been accessed for at least 30 days. The EndDate parameter specifies the end date of the date range. QUESTION 5 Contoso, Ltd. has an Office 365 tenant. You configure Azure Active Directory Synchronization for the environment. You need to identify user objects that will be included from the directory search by using the IDFix tool. Which account will NOT be marked as a problem account by IDFix? A. Administrator@contoso.com B. Guest1@contoso.com C. msol_User1@contoso.com D. User1@contoso.com Correct Answer: D Explanation QUESTION 6 You have an on-premises Exchange organization. The organization plans to migrate to Office 365. You need to identify a group of users to designate as the pilot group. Which factor makes a user a poor choice to be included in the pilot group? A. users who use Android devices B. users who are delegates for multiple mailboxes C. users who need access to public folders on Exchange 2007 servers D. users who receive fewer than 25 email messages per day Correct Answer: C Explanation Explanation/Reference: Users who have a dependency on resources that are still on-premises are not considered good candidates a pilot as they require send-as and receive as permissions on those resources
FLUX-Touristen
Martha Damus

Experienced FLUX-tourist with favorite activities for each region she visits, such as: Taking endless strolls out of curiosity through supermarkets and malls in foreign countries. Euphorically ordering exotic dishes in small, unflashy snack bars. Sitting around in public places and – perfectly disguised through inconspicuous behavior like reading or eating – studying people. She has much compressed her luggage over time; nevertheless, a pair of sun glasses and an insect repellent have to be in her bag! An old T4 being her favorite means of transport, it always stops along the way and allows her to open the black door of its trailer…

Marcus Oesterreich

Bummer, dreamer and motorised miles collector. Favors flat land which is slightly too warm and windless for locomotion. Nevertheless living near the coast for good reason… Enjoys travelling from one place to another more than actually being in one of them and is, at all times enjoying sensory experience. Being a vagabond, he is out and about in disciplines crossing his way; sometimes heading here, there, and everywhere for this and that.

Ulrich Puritz

Seeman, nomad of the arts, lover of clear water and warm oceans especially if surrounded by mountains; métier: long-distance journeys right here and right now – whersoever.

Christine Schmerse

Well-versed FLUX-tourist; does regularly suffer from the travel bug and passes it on to the travel partner straight away; counteractions: letting her finger travel on the tourist map, slide shows with prawn cocktails, swinging her hips for several minutes to salsa or – if all else fails – taking off with the paper aeroplane.

Marcus Schramm

Loves nothing better than journeys to the cellar or the to the attic, strolls around the block or to the construction site around the corner. Searching for paths offside the main streets and short cuts leading through garages and gardens; hiking up and down the island of Rügen’s coast, gathering driftwood in Portugal, attempted to ride the bike to North Cape but only made it half, but fully to Paris still on bike, was camping on the roundabout in Versailles until the police and rain came, sailed around the island of Hiddensee and through the Öresund under heavy fog, can stand upright on a surfboard – only shortly on water, better sliding down the hill, did later fly to the land of the rising sun and the permanent smile, trip of a lifetime: Iceland

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November 11 2014, Hamburg, Congress Center CCH

FLUX-tours ambulant pulls up with the black egg and invites you to a 4’33 action.

May 8 2014, Schwerin, Ziegenmarkt

FLUX-tours ambulant, with its mobile art rooms and action rooms, pulls up at Ziegenmarkt in the city of Schwerin. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.: actions in public place and from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.: FLUX-tours Lounge.

May 9 2014, Großer Dreesch, Schwerin

FLUX-tours ambulant, with its mobile art rooms and action rooms, pulls up at Großer Dreesch in the city of Schwerin. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.: actions in public place. The planned FLUX-tours Lounge from 8 p.m.to 10 p.m. will not take place due to bad weather conditions.

May 16, Rostock, Stadthafen

FLUX-tours ambulant, with its mobile art rooms and action rooms, pulls up at the Stadthafen in the city of Rostockand meets the FiSH-(short film) Festival. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.: actions in public place and from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.: FLUX-tours Lounge (depending on weather conditions).

May 23 2014, Stralsund, Neuer Markt

FLUX-tours ambulant, with its mobile art rooms and action rooms, pulls up at Neuer Markt in the city of Stralsund. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.: actions in public place and from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.: FLUX-tours Lounge (depending on weather conditions).

June 7 2014, Greifswald, Pommersches Landesmuseum

FLUX-tours ambulant, with its mobile art rooms and action rooms, pulls up in front of the Pommersches Landesmuseum in the city of Greifswald. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.: actions in public place and from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.: FLUX-tours Lounge (depending on weather conditions).

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About FLUX-tours

Why not use blenders, pots, water kettles, hair-dryers and other “junk” to create noises and turn those into a piece of music (John Cage)? Why not cut up a piano on stage (Dick Higgins and other activists)? Why not piece together large trash and scrap to a sculpture instead of discarding it inconsiderately (Robert Filliou and Jean Tinguely, for instance)? Why not examine the acts of peeling a potato or sweeping a square as a sculptural practice (Joseph Beuys)? Why not seek beauty in the gutter – to involve French Romanticism as instigation (Charles Baudelaire)? And why not “give the commoner an elevated mind, the ordinary a mysterious appearance, the familiar the dignity of the unknown, the finite an illusion of the infinite”? says the old – and obviously still valid – basic programme of Novalis, one of the leading figures in German Romanticism.3 So why not use the aesthetic peculiarities of everyday materials, everyday procedures and everyday situations as an opportunity to contemplate these artistically, as well as experiment with these and accredit their artistic worthiness and artistic faculty? With those and similar questions and respective answers did the transatlantic art movement “FLUXUS” raise some attention in the sixties of the last century. It continued and brought to a head what other ‘art revolutionaries’ thought and did before that, what was in the wind in the sixties in the last century and what is still alive in the high cultures subcultures of today. Fluxus or the activists of the “Situationist International”, for instance, supported, went along with and shaped the rebellion against “the fustiness of 1,000 years” under “the gowns”4 here and elsewhere – the awakening and uproar of the so-called ’68 generation and likewise malcontented in Europe and North America.
The Fluxus movement demonstrated in a blunt way how art by “ingenious amateurs” “without any talent” whatsoever5, and without any artistic “geek-ism” could look like. Instead, they performed critique on art and society with ruse, courage, impertinence and irony. All that with the intention of debunking the so far hidden and the thoughtless, by employing “anti-artistic” tools to take artistic action and cast off fixed technical traditions and thought patterns. EXIT! The artist Wolf Vostell boiled the Fluxus concept down to an essence: “Art = Life, Life = Art”.
Read more: (opens PDF: “FLUXUS, FLUX-tours: EXIT” text by Ulrich Puritz, text only available in German)