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Lesson 1: Installing and Upgrading Client Systems MTA 98-349
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32-bit system that can use up to 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM
A system with a CPU that can address from 8 to 192 GB RAM
Verifying your copy of Windows is genuine and that it is not in use on other computers than the number for which you own a license
The testing of new or upgraded applications for OS compatibility and interoperability with other applications.
A unique, alphanumeric code required by many software programs during installation. The purpose of a product key is to help avoid illegal product installations. Checked by Microsoft for legitimacy and whether it is already being used on a different computer.
Generally refers to the Internet or to a server accessible over the Internet.
Replaces your current version of Windows with Windows 10, overwriting all files, settings, and programs; aka "clean" installation.
High Touch Installation (HTI)
May include retail media or a standard image (ISO file). Using this method, you use an installation DVD or USB drive and manually install the operating system on every computer. You must then also manually configure each system
An exact replica of a computer system.
Lite Touch Installation (LTI)
Requires some human intervention in the early phase of the installation, but is automated (or unattended) from that point on. This installation method works well in environments with more than 150 computers.
A unique, alphanumeric code required by many software programs during installation. Helps prevent illegal product installations. Checked by Microsoft for legitimacy and whether it is already being used on a different computer. Aka CD key.
Using Windows installer to replace Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 with Windows 10
The set of options you have to upgrade, from one Windows operating system to another.
Newest client OS. To distance the new version of Windows from Windows 8/8.1, Microsoft skipped Windows 9. Released as an "operating system as a service," which means that it will receive ongoing updates to its features and functionality.
Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows edition designed for personal computers and tablets for large organizations.
Windows 10 Education
Windows Edition designed for personal computers and tablets aimed at schools (including staff, administrators, teachers, and students).
Windows 10 Home
The Windows edition designed for consumer-based personal computers and tablets.
Windows 10 Pro
The Windows edition designed for personal computers and tablets for small and medium-sized businesses, and for advanced users.
A credential technology that provides multi-factor authentication, including a personal identification number (PIN) or biometrics (face, iris, or fingerprint).
An option that displays a new image on the lock screen each day.
Windows Deployment Services
A server role for Windows Server 2008 or higher. Use for automated installation.
Window To Go
A feature that allows you to boot and run Windows from USB mass storage devices such as USB flash drives and external hard disk drives.
Zero Touch Installation (ZTI)
A fully automated, "touchless" method of installing Windows. You need System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) for ZTIs. You use SCCM to deploy and update servers, client computers, and all kinds of devices on a network.
A feature that allows you to specify which groups or users can run, or not run, a particular application in your organization
Assigned Access 8.1
A setting that lets you restrict a specific standard account to using only one Windows Store app, for use as a kiosk station
A Windows feature that encrypts a volume to protect a system from being accessed if the system is lost or stolen
Used for optimizing WAN bandwidth usage by caching shared folders and websites on the local system
Microsoft Store for Business
A customizable online store for businesses to organize Windows Store apps for their users.
Installing Windows on an empty drive where there is no OS, data, or programs, either because the drive is new or reformatted.
Technology that allows you to run virtual machines so that you can run older applications on older OSs or run a different OS on the same machine as Windows 10.
command-line interface (CLI)
Performs functions by using a keyboard to type commands.
A feature that allows you to turn your phone into a big-screen projector or attach a keyboard or mouse to your phone.
A feature that stores credentials, such as NTLM hashes and Kerberos tickets, and provides them to the necessary applications
a software element that provides a means for a device to communicate with an OS
A feature that helps protect a system by locking a device so that it can only run trusted applications.
An advanced VPN technology that allows remote users to securely access internal network file shares while connected to the Internet.
Enterprise Mode Internet Explorer (EMIE)
A compatibility mode that runs Internet Explorer 11 and renders websites using a modified browser to emulate Internet Explorer 7 or 8, avoiding compatibility problems with Web Apps written for older versions of Internet Explorer.
graphical user interface (GUI)
Performs functions by clicking and moving buttons, icons, and menus with a pointing device, such as a mouse or track pad.
Group Policy management
An infrastructure that allows you to centrally manage computer settings and configuration.
hardware interrupts (IRQ)
A feature used by devices to gain attention from the OS through the computer bus or communications subsystem.
a mode that has complete and unrestricted access to the underlying hardware
A portable computer that provides mobility for traveling users or users who might work from home.
Loads the files and settings onto the destination computer.
A feature that provides a list of applications that users within the organization can download apps from.
Scans the source computer, collects the files and settings, and creates a store that contains the user's files and settings.
User Experience control and lockdown
A feature that allows you to customize and lock down the Windows 10 user interface.
user interface (UI)
The part of the operating system, program, or device that users use to input and receive data, and to tell the computer what to do.
A mode that does not have direct access to the hardware or reference memory.
User State Migration Tool (USMT)
A command-line tool that migrates user data from a previous installation of Windows to a new installation of Windows.
Deletes hardlink folders in use by applications no longer removable through normal measures, checks the store file's consistency, and restores selected files.
A feature that allows you to run and switch between multiple desktops.
Windows Update for Business
A free service for Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions that can provide updates to your users based on distribution rings.
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