(1 of 8) Objective 1 Installing, Upgrading, and Migrating to Windows 7
What is the minimum amount of RAM required for a basic Windows 7 installation?
What is the minimum processor speed required for a Windows 7 computer?
What is the minimum amount of hard drive space required for a 32-bit Windows 7 installation?
What is the standard networking protocol used by Windows 7?
What should you have on hand before beginning a Windows 7 installation?
Windows 7 drivers from the manufacturer for any hardware not appearing in the Windows Logo Program, BIOS that meets the minimum requirements for Windows 7 compatibility, Windows 7 product code, Internet connection, and Backup of all your existing data and the drivers for your backup device.
What settings can you configure during an installation of Windows 7 from a DVD-ROM?
Username and Password, date, time, and time zone, network settings type
You need to edit settings while configuring your computer to dual-boot Windows 7 with Windows XP. What utility should you use?
You want to set your computer up to triple-boot Windows 98, Windows XP, and Windows 7. What should you do first?
Install Windows 98
If you want to use a USB hard drive to install Windows 7, what do you do before beginning the installation?
Configure the BIOS to boot from the USB device
What is the first thing you should do after turning the computer on, to start installing Windows 7 by means of WDS?
Press the F12 key
What are the possible problems that could cause a Windows 7 installation to fail?
incompatible BIOS, incompatible hardware, insufficient hard disk space, incompatible hard disk, network adapter, or other device drivers, inability to access the network because of name or IP address conflicts.
Which command would you choose to display a computer's TCP/IP connections and protocol statistics?
What key would you press during startup to access the Advanced Boot Options?
Which Setup log records modifications are performed on the system during Setup?
You are the administrator in charge of a computer that runs both Windows Vista and Windows 7. Windows 7 is installed on a different partition from Windows Vista. You have to make sure that the computer always starts Windows Vista by default. What action should you perform?
Run bcdedit.exe and the /default parameter
You are the administrator for a Windows 7 computer. You have decided to use Windows Update, but you want to be able to change the settings manually. What should you do?
from the local Group Policy, modify the Windows Update settings
You have two computers, System1 and System2. System1 runs the Windows Vista operating system and System2 runs Windows 7. You need to migrate the profiles and user files from System1 to System2. You need to identify how much space is required to complete the migration. What action should you perform?
On System1, run Scanstate c:\store /nocompress /p
You are the IT manager for a medium-size organization. Your organization is looking at upgrading its Windows XP machines to Windows 7. The managers have heard of a new feature that allows you to connect a device to the machine and then the Windows 7 operating system shows a graphic of the device for use. Which Windows 7 feature are they referring to.
You are the IT manager for your organization. The organization is looking at upgrading all of its machines from Windows XP to Windows 7. Many of the managers are concerned that their Windows XP applications won't be compatible with Windows 7. Which Windows 7 feature can you use to assure the managers that all of their Windows XP applications will continue to work?
Windows XP Mode
Your organization has approached you to give a presentation on the new Internet Explorer 8. During the presentation, one of the managers asks you to let them know what some of its new features are. What could you tell them?
Instant Search, Accelerators, and Web Slices
You are the IT administrator for a large computer-training company that uses laptops for all its employees. Currently the users have to connect to the wireless network through the wireless network adapter. Windows 7 now includes this built in as which feature?
View Available Networks (VAN)
You are the network administrator for a midsize company. One of the managers has come into your office and asked you about setting up a network in his house. He wants to use Windows 7. What feature allows him to set up a home network using Windows 7?
Which new Windows 7 feature allows you to quickly access files that you have been working on?
You are the IT manager for a pharmaceutical company. The company wants to create a medication dispenser that can be used on the floors on hospital units. The dispensers have to work through touch-screen technology. Which Windows 7 feature provides built-in touch-screen technology?
Your are the network administrator for a large organization that has decided to convert all of its Windows XP machines to Windows 7. How can it put Windows 7 on all the Windows XP machines without losing the users' information?
Use a migration tool to migrate all the users' data and then load a clean copy of Windows 7.
You are the network administrator for a midsize organization. You have a machine with Windows Vista, and need to load Windows 7. You want to make the machine dual-boot. You install Windows 7on a new partition on the machine. You want the machine to start in Windows Vista by default. How do you accomplish this?
Edit bcdedit.exe with the /default parameter to set Windows Vista as the default.
Alexandria, your network manager, has been asked by the organization to verify that all machines in the company that are running Windows Vista can upgrade to Windows 7. How can Alexandria perform this task?
She can check the Windows Vista machines against the Hardware Compatibility List.
You have completed the OS install on one of your new Windows 7 machines. After the install is complete, what's the next step in making sure the machine is ready to be used?
Check Microsoft's website for all updates and patches
You are the network administrator for an organization that wants to convert all of its Windows XP machines to Windows 7. Your organization wants to keep as much user data as possible. You decide to use Windows Easy Transfer. What can be migrated to the new machines using Windows Easy Transfer?
User accounts, folders and files, program settings, internet settings, favorites, email messages, contacts, and settings
You are the network administrator for a small organization that needs to consolidate equipment. You want to make sure all machines are multibootable between Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. In what order do you load the operating systems to accomplish this task?
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
You are installing Windows 7 on a new machine. The machine has encountered installation errors. Which files can you view to see the error or issues.
Setupact.log, and Setuperr.log
You are the network administrator who has decided to implement Windows 7. You have to be able to use the Encrypted File System (EFS). Which Windows 7 Versions can you install?
Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, and Windows 7 Ultimate
You have a machine that is currently running Windows Vista Ultimate edition. You would like to upgrade this machine to Windows 7. Which Windows 7 editions can you upgrade this machine to?
Windows 7 Ultimate
Your computer is running Windows Vista Home Premium. Which Windows 7 version can you upgrade directly to in one step, without performing a clean installation?
Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Ultimate
Your computer is running Windows XP Professional. Which Windows 7 version can you upgrade directly to in one step, without performing a clean installation?
You cannot upgrade directly to any version of Windows 7; you must perform a clean installation of Windows 7.
You are preparing to upgrade your Windows Vista computer to Windows 7. What tasks should you perform before beginning the upgrade?
Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, Check for any available upgrades for your computer's BIOS, Scan your computer for viruses, Remove or disable your antivirus program, Install the latest service pack for Windows Vista.
You insert the Windows 7 DVD-ROM in the drive of your Windows Vista computer and select the option to install Windows and to get the latest updates. You receive the Which Type of Installation Do You Want Page, but the option to upgrade is disabled (grayed out). What is the most likely reason that this option is not available?
Your computer is running a 32-bit version of Windows Vista, but you have inserted the 64-bit Windows 7 DVD.
Your computer is running Windows XP Professional. You want to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate. What is the cheapest and simplest way to perform the upgrade?
Insert the Windows 7 DVD and install a clean copy of Windows 7 Ultimate.
Your computer is running Windows XP Professional. You insert the Windows 7 DVD and choose the option to perform a clean installation of Windows 7. You then select the same partition on which the Windows XP system files are located and proceed with the upgrade. What best describes what happens to your Windows XP system files?
The Windows XP system files are placed in a new folder named Windows.old.
Fred has saved a large number of Word documents on your computer running Windows XP Home Edition. He installs Windows 7 Home Premium on your computer, using the same partition on which Windows XP was installed. He does not reformat this partition. What happens to these documents?
They are placed in the Windows.old\Documents and Settings\Fred\My Documents folder.
Your computer runs Windows 7 Home Premium and you want to upgrade to a higher edition of Windows 7. Besides Windows 7 Ultimate, what edition can you upgrade to?
Your computer runs Windows 7 Home Premium and you want to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate. You have gone online and purchased a Windows 7 Ultimate upgrade license. What should you do?
Run Windows Anytime Upgrade, enter the key code for the Ultimate upgrade, and let the upgrade proceed.
You have upgraded your computer from Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium. However, you are dissatisfied with the performance of your computer and want to revert to Windows Vista. You verify that a Windows.old folder exists. What should you do?
Use the Windows Recovery Environment and the Windows.old folder to recover Windows Vista.
You have been called to help a home user who has bought a Windows 7 computer move her documents and settings from her old computer running Windows XP Home Edition to the new computer. What tool should you use?
Windows Easy Transfer
Your company is migrating 50 users in one department from old computers running Windows XP Professional to new computers running Windows 7 Professional. What tool should you use?
User State Migration Tool (USMT)
Which of the following items are components included with USMT 4.0?
ScanState.exe, LoadState.exe, MigApp.xml
You are charged with the responsibility of migrating 100 users in the same department to new Windows 7 Ultimate computers. What program should you use to collect user settings and data from their old computers?
You have stored user settings and data from all the employees in your company's marketing department on a file server. You have also set up new Windows 7 computers for these employees and installed all required applications. What program should you use now to transfer the user settings and data to these new computers?
You have used the Custom (Advanced) option to upgrade your Windows Vista Home Premium computer to Windows 7 Home Premium. You have taken care not to format the system drive. What should you do to restore your documents and application settings to the Windows 7 installation with the least amount of effort?
Use Windows Easy Transfer to migrate these items form the Windows.old folder.
You have upgraded your Windows Vista Ultimate Computer to Windows 7 Ultimate by using the Upgrade option provided by the Setup Wizard. What should you do to restore your documents and application settings to the Windows 7 installation with the least amount of effort?
You don't need to do anything. the Upgrade option preserves all your documents and settings in their proper locations for use with Windows 7.
You are planning to perform a scripted migration of all users in your company from Windows XP to Windows 7. You have a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 available with plenty of disk space to hold everyone's documents and settings. You have even downloaded a script from Microsoft and modified it to suit the needs of your migration. But you are unable to find the migration tools. What should you do?
Download the Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) from Microsoft.
Which of the following best describes the wipe and load method of migrating a series of users to Windows 7?
ScanState.exe is used to collect user settings and data from old computers and store them to a server. Windows 7 is installed on the same computers by formatting the hard disk and performing a clean install. Then LoadState.exe is used to restore the settings and data to the same computers.
Which of the following best describes the side by side method of migrating a series of users to Windows 7?
ScanState.exe is used to collect user settings and data from old computers and stored them to a server. LoadState.exe is used to restore these items to new Windows 7 computers.