Which approach should you recommend?

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Your company has an existing SharePoint 2010 public-facing Web site. The Web site runs on multiple loadbalanced Web front-ends. Your company recently changed its name. You are asked to design a plan to update the Web site content to reflect the company name change. You need to accomplish this with a minimum amount of developer hours and minimum impact on users.Which approach should you recommend?Windows PowerShell for SharePointhttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee662510(v=office.14).aspx

Question:

Which approach should you recommend?

Options:

Create a Power Shell script to iterate through the site content and make the updates as needed.

Create a custom delegate control with the new company name and copy it to the 14Config directory of all Web front-end servers. Perform an IISReset on each Web front-end server.

Create a custom application page with the new company name and copy it to the _layouts directory of all Web front-end servers.

Add a property in the web.config file to store the company name. Then update the master pages and page layouts to return the name from that property.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Create a Power Shell script to iterate through the site content and make the updates as needed.

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