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You need to determine when live agents are engaged to provide support.
Which metrics should you use? To answer, drag the appropriate metrics to the correct processes. Each metric may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
The chatbot must be able to maintain customer information if the conversation topic changes during a dialog.
You need to configure variables to store customer name and email address.
Which type of variable should you create? A . session
By default, a variable’s value can only be used in the topic where this variable gets created. However, you might want the bot to use the same value across topics. This means the bot can remember the necessary context when a conversation spans multiple topics. In some systems, these types of variables are known as global variables. In Power Virtual Agents, these variables are called bot variables, because they apply across the entire bot.
You have a Power Apps portal app that supports a sales community and a service community in the same environment. The only language configured in the environment is English. The company wants to add support for two more languages.
The solution must meet the following requirements:
✑ Languages must be for both sales and service functions.
✑ The company logo and colors must be used and apply to all screens.
✑ Communities must be separate with different URLs and access lists.
You need to configure the solution.
What should you configure? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Box 1: Create two portals, one for each community Power Apps portal app languages
Box 2: Add themes
You can create a custom look and feel (a theme), for your app by making changes to the default colors and visual elements provided in the uncustomized system. For example, you can create your personal product branding by adding a company logo and providing table-specific coloring. A theme can be created by using the Themes area, without requiring a developer to write code. You can create, clone, change, or delete themes that are used in your environment.
You create a new independent software vendor (ISV) solution for a Power Apps app.
The Power Apps solution will be imported into multiple customer environments. The environments will have a large variety of solutions and publishers.
You need to avoid naming conflicts during solution import.
Which element should you configure? A . Package type
B. Configuration page
A solution publisher includes a prefix. The publisher prefix is a mechanism to help avoid naming collisions. This allows for solutions from different publishers to be installed in an environment with few conflicts. For example, the Contoso solution displayed here includes a solution publisher prefix of contoso.
You create functionality for a company. The functionality includes a Microsoft Dataverse table with a form for data entry. The functionality will be distributed to other lines of business in the company, each with its own Dataverse environment.
New forms must not be created in order for updates to the functionality to work correctly.
You need to package the new functionality for distribution.
What should you do? A . Use a patch solution and disable the ability to create new forms for the table.
B. Use a managed solution and include only the needed form.
C. Use an unmanaged solution and include only the needed form.
D. Use a managed solution and disable the ability to create new forms for the table.
Managed solutions are used to deploy to any environment that isn’t a development environment for that solution. This includes test, UAT, SIT, and production environments. Managed solutions can be serviced independently from other managed solutions in an environment. As an ALM best practice, managed solutions should be generated by exporting an unmanaged solution as managed and considered a build artifact. Additionally:
You can’t edit components directly within a managed solution.
You are using Power BI to build a dashboard for a company.
You must make the dashboard available to a specific set of users, including employees and five external users. The number of employees that require access to the dashboard varies, but usually less than 100.
Employees and external users must not be permitted to share the dashboard with other users.
You need to share the dashboard with the employees and external users.
Which three actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. A . Create a dynamic distribution list. Add all users to the distribution group and use the list to share the dashboard.
B. Sign into the Power BI service. Open the dashboard and select Share.
C. Enter the individual email address of internal and external users.
D. Sign into Power BI Desktop. Open the dashboard and select Share.
E. Clear the Allow recipients to share your dashboard (or report) option.
F. Create a distribution group. Add all users to the distribution group and use the list to share the dashboard.
You are configuring Microsoft Dataverse security. You plan to assign users to teams.
Record ownership and permissions will differ based on business requirements.
You need to determine which team types meet the requirements.
Which team type should you use? To answer, drag the appropriate team types to the correct requirements. Each team type may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Box 1: Microsoft Teams team
Dataverse supports two types of record ownership. Organization owned, and User or Team owned. This is a choice that happens at the time the table is created and can’t be changed. For security purposes, records that are organization owned, the only access level choices is either the user can do the operation or can’t.
For user and team owned records, the access level choices for most privileges are tiered Organization, Business Unit, Business Unit and Child Business Unit or only the user’s own records. That means for read privilege on contact, I could set user owned, and the user would only see their own records.
Box 2: Access team
An access team doesn’t own records and doesn’t have security roles assigned to the team. The team members have privileges defined by their individual security roles and by roles from the teams in which they are members. The records are shared with an access team and the team is granted access rights on the records, such as Read, Write or Append.