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


  PDF FLUX-tours: ON THE ROAD AGAIN(opens PDF in German language only)

FLUX-tours Virtual travelling/journeys to the present


A “travel brochure” about the FLUX-tours travels from May to June, 2014: FLUX-tours. Reisen in die Gegen_Wart. (opens PDF in German language only)

FLUX-tours on tour: In Bydgoszcz, Poland

Night of the performance – Where is my home ? [Wo ist mein Zuhause?], June 23-30, 2014, Galeria Miejska bwa w Bydgoszczy, Poland.
Temporary blockade [Teilzeit-Barricade], FLUX-tours, 2014:

Romantic word machine, Polen Bydgoszcz, FLUX-tours, 2014:

FLUX-tours on tour: In front of the Pommersches Landesmuseum, Greifswald

On June 07, FLUX-tours came to the forecourt of the Pommersches Landesmuseum in Greifswald. Heat, low well water, interested active children, Friedrich’s painting puzzle and an area of radiant stones were already there…
dust mob-aquarells were drawn a lot and many passers-by perpetuated themselves on the romantic travel typewriter…

FLUX-tours on tour: Neuer Markt in Stralsund

On May 23, the stationary FLUX-tours travel agency went to Stralsund. Heat and rainstorms, cellular concrete and duct tape, typewriter and brush-armour – all this was involved at Neuer Markt…

FLUX-tours on tour: Stadthafen in Rostock

On May 16 the stationary FLUX-tours travel agency came to Stadthafen Rostock and captured all that was to be captured.

FLUX-tours on tour: Ziegenmarkt and Großer Dreesch in Schwerin

On May 8 the ambulant FLUX-tours travel agency stopped at the “Goatmarket” [Ziegenmarkt] Schwerin (without a goat!) and on May 9 in the quarter Großer Dreesch, both stations in Schwerin. Red buckets, traces of glue and chalk were scattered everywhere. Brush-armour mingled gay colours and rain water, and the trailers resisted 2 thunderbolts.

Video “Pfütze”, FLUX-tours in Schwerin, 2014:

Video “Streech den Dreesch”, FLUX-tours in Schwerin, 2014:


FLUX-tours walkabout

Visitor, on entering the musuem…
… let your eyes become butterflies.
Follow them. Use camera, pen and paper
for that. Be clumsy. Act without looking first.
Be taken by surpise.

With FLUX-tours via FLUX to romanticism and back again

Travel preparations: Be romantic and revolutionary. Leave humouressless and naïvity at hall stand.
Only phantasy, pleasure in thinking and joy of playing lead to the revolution of romanticism.

Travel route: The journey begins in the clouds. Flight above Neubrandenburg in the evening sun. Greeting the maltreated Buddah. Past an on-going fight to water music. Gentle slide above white lines in grime bed. Foretaste: grilled duck. It soon starts ist journey through the body. Pick up the telephone, it rings for you. Venus awaits you. Ben will give you something to drink. Enter the stage and be a FLUXUS star.
Sit in the bathtub and dream romantically. Be a FLUX-tours guest. The travel organizers will be delighted.

FLUX-tours in Klein-Amerika

Traveller, approaching … … take a survey.
Greet man and beast.
Leave a message.

FLUX-tours in Klein-Amerika
Klein Amerika is a district of Brüsewitz near the Schwerin and not to be overlooked as such today. A place-name sign flaunts where there was sky only beforehand.
How did America come here and became so small? A pond was what the inhabitants of the northern district had to cross. And over the “big pond” lies – this is well-known to everybody – America.
Between the village centre of Brüsewitz and the northern district there is a well. From time to time it fills with water. A jolly-romantic idea of the house owners across the temporary water area named the district Little America [Klein Amerika], by now officially. A friendly local resident told that. FLUX-tours brought FLUXUS from big America to Klein Amerika for a few hours.

FLUX-tours Opening

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FLUX-tours visits Ben Patterson

Ben Patterson celebrated his 80th birthday. First of all, he was celebrated. Bill Dietz (artistic head of the ensemble Zwischentöne) and Christian Kesten (Maulwerker) set a worthy frame. The concert programme compiled by them sported the motto “Benjamin Patterson. Sneak Preview” and gave a captivating panorama about the creative work of this amiable and roguish FLUXUS rebel. FLUX-tours was there – and was as keen as mustard.