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Managing Programs and Projects with Project Server 2013

Question No: 1

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

Answer: B

Question No: 2

You are a project manager who has standard permissions, and your organization uses Project Server 2013.

Some of your resources consistently update their assignments correctly. You want to accept their future updates without review.

You need to begin accepting their updates without review by using the least amount of effort possible.

What should you do?

  1. Set up a rule in the Approval Center to automatically accept ail updates, specifying the resources by name, for all projects.

  2. Set up a VBA macro to automatically accept all updates, specifying the resources by name, for all projects.

  3. Set up a Project Server 2013 workflow by using Microsoft SharePoint Designer to automatically accept all updates, specifying the resources by name, for all projects.

  4. Set up a timesheet event handler in the Project Server Settings to automatically accept all updates, specifying the resources by name, for all projects.

Answer: A

Question No: 3

You are a program manager who uses Project Server 2013 and Project Professional 2013. You have administrative rights.

Your project managers create subprojects for your program-level master project. You insert the subprojects into your master project file by using Project Professional 2013. You are unable to save the master project file.

You need to ensure that your master project file appears with its subprojects when you use the Project Web App (PWA).

What should you do?

  1. Create the master project file and add the subprojects while in PWA rather than in Project Professional 2013. Then publish to the server.

  2. Create your master project file and publish to the server.

  3. Create a custom view in the PWA to view the master projects.

  4. Turn on the allow master projects to be saved and published setting and publish to the server.

Answer: D

Question No: 4

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

Answer: C,D

Question No: 5

You are a project manager in an organization that uses Project Server 2013. You manage a project that has Baseline0 set. There are enterprise custom fields with formulas that make calculations by using the Baseline0 fields.

You are planning a major rescheduling in your project and intend to update the project baseline so the formulas in the enterprise custom fields take the new values of the baseline fields.

However, for future reference, you want to keep your original baseline. You need to update the project baseline without losing the original values. What should you do?

  1. Open you project in Project Professional 2013. In the Gantt chart view, include all the Baseline0 and Baseline1 fields. Copy and paste all values from Baseline0 to Baseline1. Set a new Baseline0, and save and publish the project.

  2. Open your project in Project Professional 2013 and copy Baseline0 into Baseline1. Set a new Baseline0, and save and publish the project.

  3. Open your project in Project Professional 2013 and set a new Baseline0. Project Professional will automatically copy the original Baseline0 into Baseline1. Save and publish the project.

  4. Open your project in Project Professional 2013, set a new Baseline1, and save and publish the project. Ask the Project Server administrator to change the enterprise custom fields so that they use the Baseline1 instead of Baseline0.

Answer: B

Question No: 6

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

After performing a review of all the risks created by your project team for one of your projects, you realize that the risks are not linked to their related tasks.

You need to link the risks to their related tasks. What should you do?

  1. Open each risk, select the Attach file option, and then select the name of the related task.

  2. Open your project in Project Web App (PWA). Highlight each task and use the Related Item option for linking one or more risks for each task.

  3. Create a new field for the Risk content type in SharePoint and name it quot;task namequot;. Then open each risk and write the name of the related task into the new field.

  4. Open each risk and copy and paste its name into the Notes field in the task page.

Answer: B

Question No: 7

You are a project manager in an organization that uses Project Server 2013. Project team members submit updates to tasks through Project Web App (PWA).

A project team member clicks Remove Task, and you approve it. You apply this change to the project.

The team member indicates that they only want to hide the task from that particular view, not remove the task permanently.

You need to ensure the task is returned to the Tasks page so it can be properly hidden. What should you do?

  1. Mark the task as active and publish the project.

  2. Tell the team member to choose Add Row and click Add Team Task.

  3. Tell the team member to modify the filter to show incomplete tasks.

  4. Assign the team member to the task and publish the project.

Answer: D

Question No: 8

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.

  2. 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.

  3. Use the Department table and associate it to the enterprise resource custom field you create for skills.

  4. Create an enterprise custom skills field for defining your resources#39; skills. Then use the Enterprise Resource Pool view alongside the Project Team view, and replace your resources with the required skillset.

Answer: B

Question No: 9

You are a project manager for an organization that uses Project Server 2013. You have the appropriate permissions to set all baselines. Your project experiences a scope change, which requires you to add tasks to the end of the schedule.

You need to retain historical information for both completed and in-progress tasks but create a baseline that includes the newly-selected tasks.

You check out your schedule in Project Web App (PWA) for editing and select the newly- added tasks.

What should you do next?

  1. Set an interim plan.

  2. Use an unused baseline to set a new baseline.

  3. Clear the baseline and then set a baseline for the entire project.

  4. Set a baseline for only the selected tasks.

Answer: B

Question No: 10

As a team member, you submit your timesheet for approval in Project Server 2013.

After sending the timesheet to the timesheet manager, you realize you forgot to include some work.

You need to ensure that the work is added to your timesheet.

What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

  1. Make an adjusting entry on your next timesheet and then submit that one.

  2. Re-open it immediately. Make your changes and re-send it.

  3. Recall the timesheet from the Manage Timesheets page. Make your changes and re- send it.

  4. Ask your timesheet manager to reject your timesheet. Make your changes and re-send it.

Answer: C,D

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