1. a, b, c
SharePoint 2010 can not be installed on Windows Server 2003 version. It can be installed on Win 7 and Vista SP1.
2. a, b
The Web Front Option has been removed from SharePoint 2010 installation.
3. a, b, c, d
With SPD 2010 all of these can be created.
Sandboxed solutions are deployed at the Site Collection Level.
5. a, b, c, d
We can take backup for all these components using the Central Admin UI.
6. a, c, d
We dont have any WSS with the new release of SharePoint 2010.
7. b, c, d
We can associate the workflow to a Document Set.
Sandboxed Solutions are only deployed to Content DB.
9. a, b, c, d
All of these Web Parts are introduced with SharePoint 2010.
We can not create Visual Web Parts as Sandboxed Solutions.
11. a, b, c
Workflows from Visio can be only exported to SharePoint Designer not to Visual Studio.
12. b, c
Site Workflows can not be triggered automatically.
13. b, c, d
There is no XMLScript Object Model.
14. a, c
Client Object Model helps to access the data outside the SharePoint Server. To use Client Object model we need to use ClientContext Object.
15. c, d
We need to use Microsoft.SharePoint.Client and Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime classes to work with Object Model.
16. a, b, c
With SP2010 new events are introduced which can be triggered while creating and deleting a list. Also new capabilites are introduced for showing a custom error page.
With Visual Studio 2010 we can not develop the solutions for SharePoint 2007.
Web Applications and SSA have many to many relationship possible.
Now with Site Template a WSP file is created.
20. a, b, d
BCS provides read and write capability.