Power Platform Sharepoint & Email integrations Quiz

By | January 25, 2022

Here is another Power Platform quiz. It is the second one in a row, so it might be becoming a “thing”, but who knows. Anyways, there are 10 more questions to answer.


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There are things you got wrong. Which is not a problem – I can’t be right all the time either. However, some / most of the topics added to these quizzes are covered in my training course – you are welcome to have a look:

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#1. You have configured server-side integration "based on entity" (you used "Account" option), and you have enabled both Account and Demo tables. However, documents for all Demo records are showing up in their own "Demo" document library - not in the "Account" library subfolders. What is the likely problem?

Select all that apply:

As per the docs, you have to have a 1:N relationship between Account and Demo tables in this scenario.

Adding N:N or N:1 relationships would not be sufficient (wouldn’t make any difference)


#2. You have configured SharePoint integration for a table, and your users are reporting that they can access documents in SharePoint for the records which they don't have access to in Dataverse. How could you solve this issue?

Select all that apply:

SharePoint integration disregards Dataverse security – without further customization, SharePoint users having access to the site will also have access to the “table libraries”, even if they don’t have access to the tables / specific records in those tables

#3. A user of a model-driven application is reporting that they can't send an email to a valid email address, since, when filling new email form, they can't enter that email address. Which considerations are applicable here?

Select all that apply:

#4. Server-side email synchronization has been enabled for all users in the environment. There is, however, a growing confusion among the users, since some of them are starting to see older emails being associated to new opportunities. You have been able to observe a few cases of such behavior. What might be causing this?

Select all that apply:

Since the question is referring to the problem with the older emails, not with the emails being sent “now”, only “Folder-level tracking” might be responsible for this out of the 4 options provided.

Neither smart matching, nor correlation tracking, not CRM tokens will be affecting older emails.

Ref: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/track-outlook-email-by-moving-it-tracked-exchange-folder

“It’s best not to use the same folder for different records over a period of time…”


#5. Dynamics 365 App for Outlook users are not able to see specific custom tables when trying to "set regarding" for incoming emails. What could be the problem?

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#6. UAT testing has completed successfully, including Sharepoint and server-side email integration testing, so the project went live. Some of the same employees who had been testing in UAT have also been enabled in production - they have already confirmed that, in the production environment, they are able to upload documents to Sharepoint and their email synchronization works correctly. What is it you may need to do to allow those individuals to continue UAT testing of those features?

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#7. You have users in different business units, and their security roles are, mostly, limited to the respective business units. Server-side email synchronization has already been configured for these users. When such users send emails to each other, each sender/recipient wants to see those emails in the model-driven application. Which options represent possible solutions?

Select all that apply:

#8. You have configured SharePoint integration for your environment, but at least some users are reporting that they are experiencing "access" errors when trying to see documents in the model-driven application. What is it you may still need to do?

Select all that apply:

#9. When configuring a mailbox, there is a step that should be performed by an Office 365 Global Administrator (or by another user with the required Exchange privileges). What is that step?

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#10. You have enabled server-side email synchronization for the users, but the users are reporting that emails sent through Outlook are not surfacing in the model-driven application. What is it you may still need to do?

Select all that apply:


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