I came across this question which seems very confusing to me while preparing for 70 - 667 exam,
You configure a SharePoint Server 2010 Service Pack 1(SP1) Farm.
You need to ensure that a user named User1 is able to manage only the features within an application.
What should you do?
- Add User1 as a feature administrator within the particular site collections that require management by non-farm administrators.
- Configure User1 within the Secure Store Server as an administrator.
Now one source says its number 1 and another source says answer is number 2, Can someone guide me which one is right answer and why please.
I did a bit research but couldn't find a lot other then this regarding feature administrators.
Feature administrators A feature administrator is associated with a specific feature or features of a service application. These administrators can manage a subset of service application settings, but not the entire service application. For example, a Feature administrator might manage the Audiences feature of the User Profile service application.
On my development machine I am not able to find any settings to assign a user "feature administrator"
All of choices are,
A. Add User1 as a Feature Administrator within the particular site collections that require management by non-farm administrators
B. Make User1 as a site collection administrator of the site collection that uses the search scope
C. Separate the service applications throughout the farm
D. Add a new Active Directory group to Secure Store Service
E. Add a service application administrator at the specific service level
F. Configure User1 within the Secure Store Server as an administrator
G. Grant contributor permissions to User1 at the policy level
H. Deploy multiple instances of the same service in a farm and assign unique names to the resulting service applications
I. Add User1 explicity as a Search administrator within the farm