Microsoft SC-300 Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

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You use Azure Monitor to analyze Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) activity logs.

You receive more than 100 email alerts each day for failed Azure AD user sign-in attempts.

You need to ensure that a new security administrator receives the alerts instead of you.

Solution: From Azure AD, you modify the Diagnostics settings.

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : A

Question 2

You have a Microsoft 365 tenant.

All users have mobile phones and laptops.

The users frequently work from remote locations that do not have Wi-Fi access or mobile phone connectivity. While working from the remote locations, the users connect their laptop to a wired network that has internet access.

You plan to implement multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Which MFA authentication method can the users use from the remote location?



Answer : D

Question 3

You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named contoso.com that has Azure AD Identity Protection policies enforced.

You create an Azure Sentinel instance and configure the Azure Active Directory connector.

You need to ensure that Azure Sentinel can generate incidents based on the risk alerts raised by Azure AD Identity Protection.

What should you do first?



Answer : A

Question 4

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You have a Microsoft 365 tenant.

All users must use the Microsoft Authenticator app for multi-factor authentication (MFA) when accessing Microsoft 365 services.

Some users report that they received an MFA prompt on their Microsoft Authenticator app without initiating a sign-in request.

You need to block the users automatically when they report an MFA request that they did not initiate.

Solution: From the Azure portal, you configure the Notifications settings for multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : B

Question 5

You have a Microsoft 365 tenant.

All users have mobile phones and laptops.

The users frequently work from remote locations that do not have Wi-Fi access or mobile phone connectivity. While working from the remote locations, the users connect their laptop to a wired network that has internet access.

You plan to implement multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Which MFA authentication method can the users use from the remote location?



Answer : C

Question 6

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You have a Microsoft 365 tenant.

You have 100 IT administrators who are organized into 10 departments.

You create the access review shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit tab.)

You discover that all access review requests are received by Megan Bowen.

You need to ensure that the manager of each department receives the access reviews of their respective department.

Solution: You add each manager as a fallback reviewer.

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : B

Question 7

You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant.

You need to review the Azure AD sign-in logs to investigate sign-ins that occurred in the past.

For how long does Azure AD store events in the sign-in logs?



Answer : B

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