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Knowledge Assesment Questions

Which edition of Windows includes DirectAccess and BranchCache?
Windows 7 Enterprise

Windows 7 Enterprise is targeted for managed environments, mainly large enterprises. It includes all features that Windows 7 offers, including BitLocker, BitLocker To Go, AppLocker, DirectAccess, and BranchCache.
Windows 7 Enterprise is targeted for managed environments, mainly large enterprises. It includes all features that Windows 7 offers, including BitLocker, BitLocker To Go, AppLocker, DirectAccess, and BranchCache.
How much memory does a 32-bit version of Windows 7 support?
4 GB

A 32-bit version of Windows is based on a 32-bit address bus, which can use up to 4 GB of memory.
Which of the following does NOT include Aero?
Windows 7 Home Basic
Aero is not included in Windows 7 Home Basic or Windows 7 Starter.
What is the minimum processor that you need to install Windows 7 Home Basic, 32 bit?
1 GHz
What do you call a minimal 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7 that you can use in a DVD to install or repair the Windows operating system?
Windows PE

Windows PE is a minimum 32-bit or 64-bit operating system with limited services built on the Windows 7 kernel. It can be used to install and repair Windows and can be useful if your system does not boot.
What tool is used to determine if your computer can run Windows 7?
Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor

If you are not sure if your system is ready to run Windows 7, you can use the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, which can be downloaded from the Microsoft website.
Where do you find the previous operating system, user data, and programs if you install Windows 7 on a hard disk volume that contains an existing Windows installation?
If you cannot do an in-place upgrade, which of the following tools can assist you in migrating your data files and settings from one Windows installation to another?

Windows Easy Transfer (WET) and User State Migration Tool (USMT) can help you migrate data files and settings between Windows installations.
Windows 7 includes several tools to migrate user settings between Windows installations. Which of these tools is a command-line tool that provides this functionality?

While the Windows Easy Transfer program is a graphical program, the User State Migration Tool (USMT) is a scriptable command-line tool that is highly customizable. Because it a scriptable command-line tool, it is usually used to automate migration during large deployments of the Windows 7 operating system.
What can you use to automate the installation of Windows 7 using the Microsoft Windows 7 DVD?
Create an answer file named autounattend.xml and copy it to a USB drive.
Which option used with the sysprep command restarts the computer in Windows Welcome mode, enabling you to customize the Windows operating system, create user accounts, and name the computer?
What script do you use to create an image of a Windows 7 computer on multiple CDs?
What is the primary tool to manage and configure Windows 7?
Control panel
Where do you enable IIS in Windows 7?
Programs in the Control Panel
What type of device enables you to connect it to Windows 7 and then automatically configure itself for use?
Plug and play device
What tool do you use to disable a device?
Device Manager
What is a combination of pictures, colors, and sounds on your computer that describes your desktop look and feel?
Where do you go to stop and disable a service?
Administrative Tools
Where do you find the Windows Firewall with Advanced Secur?ity
Administrative Tools
You have a new 5-GB hard drive. Which partitioning style do you have to use?
You just connected a large USB drive. You try to make it a dynamic disk, but the option is not available to you. What is the problem?
Dynamic disks are not supported on USB disks.
You want Windows 7 to implement RAID 1. What do you need to do?
Convert the basic disk to dynamic disks.
Where do you find the Disk Management console?
Computer Management console
Which of the following gives you the best read access performance?
Stripped disk
What is the default subnet mask for a host with the address of
How many bits is an IPv4 address?

An IPv4 address is 32 bits. To make it easier to work with, it is usually expressed in four 8-bit octets, each octet ranging from 0 to 255 (an example is
What type of IPv6 address is used by hosts when communicating with neighboring hosts on the same link?
Link-Local addresses
What command is used to configure and monitor various network parameters on a computer running Windows 7 including configuring IP addresses and default gateways?
What command is used to test network connectivity to another host?
If you have a wireless access point configured to use Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) security and you are using digital certificates, which option should you choose to connect to the wireless access point?
When connecting to a wireless network, what is used to identify the wireless network?
Which VPN does Windows 7 NOT support?

Windows 7 supports PPTP, LTP with IPSec, SSTP, and IKEv2. Therefore, it does not support CISP.
When using authentication, which of the following authentication methods is the least secure?

PAP is short for Password Authentication Protocol, which sends the password in plain text (unencrypted).
What defines the type of access granted to an object or object attribute?
What feature helps prevent unauthorized changes to a computer running Windows 7 by a program?
How do you enable auditing in Windows?
Use group policies.
What is the minimum standard NTFS permission to change permissions of a file or folder?
Full Control
When you move a file from a folder in the C drive to a folder in the D drive, which permissions does the file retain?
Permissions assigned to the target folder
You have several data folders on your computer running Windows 7. You would like to view them as one folder while still keeping them separate. What should you do?
Create a library.

Libraries are virtual folders that link two or more folders so that they can be viewed as one.
Which search tool is NOT a method for Windows 7 to search for files?
The search box in the desktop
What do you do to recover EFS encrypted files if the encryption key is lost or damaged?
Use an EFS Recovery Agent to update the encrypted file.

A recovery certificate is a special Encrypting File System (EFS) certificate you can use to recover encrypted files if your encryption key is lost or damaged. You need to create the recovery certificate, install it, and then update previously encrypted files with the new recovery certificate.
You have a shared folder on an NTFS volume. Which one of the following statements is true?
A user who accesses the folder remotely has the same or more restrictive access permissions than if she accesses the folder locally.
Which of the following is NOT a share permission for a standard shared folder in Windows 7?

The three share permissions are Full Control, Change, and Read.
Which mode of BranchCache has the cache data reside on local clients at the remote site?
Distributed Cache
What permission do you have to give for a user to change the configuration of a printer?
Allow Manage Printers
You add a printer directly to the network using a built-in Ethernet card. Now you want to load the printer onto your computer. Which of the following is true?
The printer is considered a local printer.
If you print a document and get garbled text, what is most likely the problem?
You are using the incorrect driver.
Which of the following is NOT a rule you can create with software restrictions?
Where do you configure an individual application to run as an administrator?
The Application Compatibility Options under the application properties
You have a website that appears not to display properly. What can you do for the website to display properly?
Enable Compatibility Mode.
You have a website that is too hard to read because it is too small. What can you do?
You need to increase the zoom level for the tab.
Which of the following do you NOT find in the Mobility Center?
Display Settings
You are ready to give a presentation using your computer running PowerPoint. What should do you prepare your system for the presentation?
Configure your Presentation Settings and turn on Presentation Settings.
Which version of Windows 7 does NOT support Remote Desktop Hosting?
Windows 7 Home Premium
To connect to a computer using Windows Remote Desktop, what group do you need to be a member of on the remote computer?
Remote Desktop Users
Which technology is used to improve the performance of computers using a USB flash drive?
If you want to see if you are running out of physical memory, which counter should you use?
In Windows 7, what can be used to quickly determine if your antivirus is up to date and if Windows is patched?
Action Center
What tool can be used to thoroughly test memory?
Memory Diagnostic Tool
What should you do if you made changes to the video refresh rate on your computer and the display does not work properly?
Reboot the system with the emergency repair disk.