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Lesson 3: Native Applications, Tools, Mobility, and Remote Management and Assistance MTA 98-349
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Native commands available in Windows PowerShell, follow a Verb-Noun naming pattern, such as get-process
Small text files that Web sites save to a computer's hard disk that contain information about the user and his or her browsing preferences.
A popular snap-in that includes several tools, such as Disk Management and Event Viewer.
Common Information Model (CIM)
An industry standard to represent systems, applications, networks, devices, and other managed components.
A voice-activated personal assistant.
Component Object Model (COM)
Provides a platform-independent, distributed, object-oriented system for creating software components. Software can call these components at will.
A feature of Internet Explorer 9 that prevents personal information and browsing history from being stored by the browser. Using InPrivate Browsing, a new tab appears in which the user browses the Internet. When the user finishes and closes the browser window, the session ends and any cookies or temporary files that were used during the session are cleared from the user's browsing history.
Extra toolbars, animated mouse pointers, stock tickers, and pop-up blockers for Microsoft Edge, downloaded from the Microsoft Store on the web
Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
A collection of administrative tools called snap-ins. An MMC snap-in is a utility provided by Microsoft or a third party that's accessible through a common interface.
Microsoft web browser with a layout engine built on Chromium, the same open-source codebase behind Chrome.
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Used with masquerading to hide an entire address space behind a single IP address.
Data kept in a primary location is synchronized with data in another location.
A feature of Internet Explorer 9 that combines search functionality into the Address bar.
A fraudulent technique based on social engineering. Users are enticed (usually through email or other websites) to go to illegitimate websites that look similar to legitimate websites in an effort to persuade users to supply personal information, such as passwords and account numbers.
A server-client application that allows you to securely connect to a remote PowerShell host and run scripts interactively.
An Internet Explorer feature that automatically prevents pop-up windows from appearing.
Remote Desktop Connection (RDC)
A Windows feature that allows a computer to connect to a Remote Desktop Session Host or to a Remote Application.
A snapshot of whatever is displayed on the computer screen. Also referred to as a snip or screen grab.
Examines traffic for evidence of phishing activity and displays a warning to the user if it finds any.
An MMC utility provided by Microsoft or a third party that's accessible through a common interface, commonly used as an administrative tool.
An accessory program that comes with Windows 10 that allows you to take screen shots, annotate them, and save them.
Enables you to sync certain mobile devices as well as files stored in folders on network servers (offline files)
Some websites can be used to gather information about which pages you visit on the Internet. Tracking Protection blocks this content from websites that appear on Tracking Protection Lists.
Windows Media Player
A program that allows you to play back music and video files and view photos. Files stored in your Music, Pictures, and Videos libraries appear in the Windows Media Player file list by default.
Windows Media Player
A program that allows you to play back music and video files and view photos.
Windows Mobility Center
A control panel of sorts that gives you access to several laptop settings, from volume to screen brightness to power options to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings—all in one place.
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
The Microsoft implementation of Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) that allows accessing management information in an enterprise environment.
A server that acts as an intermediary for clients seeking resources outside their networks.
A Windows 10 feature that enables an administrator, trainer, or support person to connect to a remote user's computer, chat with the user, and either view all of the user's activities or take complete control of the system.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
A proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft to connect to another computer over a network TCP port 3389 connection using the same graphical interface that you would use if you were sitting in front of the physical server.
Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
Allows users to access a remote computer just as if they were sitting in front of the computer.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Uses a cryptographic system that uses two keys—one key to encrypt the data and another key to decrypt the data.
Occurs when you have two copies of a file stored in different locations (e.g., locally and in a network folder) that have both changed since the last sync.
When synching, data is transferred in both directions.
Web Services for Management
Structures the packets and requires a port to be made accessible via your firewall.
A command-line interface used mainly by IT professionals to run cmdlets (pronounced command-lets), complete background jobs (processes or programs that run in the background without a user interface), and run scripts to perform administrative tasks.
An integrated scripting environment that includes a text editor.
Windows Remote Management (WinRM)
A service that enables administrators to execute commands on remote computers using Windows PowerShell or the Windows Remote Shell (WinRS.exe) command-line program.
Used to execute a command from the Windows 10 command prompt.
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