Which of the following is not a library that is included with Windows 7?
In Windows 7, what is designed to replace VB Script for scripting and performing actions
What Windows 7 feature replaces the Security Center found in Windows Vista?
What is the maximum amount of memory recognized by the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate editions?
What is the maximum amount of memory that Windows 7 Starter edition can use?
What is the maximum amount of memory that the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Home Basic supports?
What is the minimum disk space to install the 64-bit version of Windows 7?
What is the minimum processor to install the 32-bit or 64-bit versions of Windows 7?
What replaced the Quick Launch toolbar?
Pin to Taskbar
Where do you place gadgets in Windows 7?
Which component of Windows 7 allows you to enhance performance of the system by using USB flash drives or secure digital (SD) memory cards?
Which edition of Windows 7 is designed for low-end mobile devices, usually sold through OEMs?
Windows 7 Starter
Which feature enables you to minimize all windows except the one on which you want to focus?
Which keys are used to zoom out when the screen is magnified?
Windows + -
Which of the following editions is available as a volume license only?
Windows 7 Enterprise
Which of the following editions of Windows 7 can be added to an Active Directory domain?
Windows 7 Professional
Which of the following editions supports AppLocker?
Windows 7 Ultimate
Which of the following is the minimum amount of memory for a 32-bit version of Windows 7?
You need to upgrade Windows XP Professional to Windows 7 Professional while keeping user and application settings. How should you proceed?
Upgrade to Windows Vista followed by upgrading to Windows 7
A(n)_________ is a series of folders associated with a specific user that contains personal documents, user-specific registry settings, Internet favorites, and other personalized information.
If you install Windows 7 on a volume that has Windows XP, where do you find the old Windows files?
What are the steps to upgrade a 32-bit version to a 64-bit version of Windows 7?
It cannot be upgraded.
What do you call a Windows PE on a computer with Windows 7 already installed that allows you to troubleshoot and fix if the computer fails to start?
What does the User State Migration tool use to keep track of the migration process?
What folders hold the user profiles on a system with Windows 7?
What graphical program allows you to transfer user profile data from one computer to another?
Windows Easy Transfer
What is a USB cable that can be used to connect two Windows computers together solely for the purpose of using the Windows Easy Transfer program?
Easy Transfer cable
What is the agreement that you have to accept when installing Windows?
What is the default folder to which Windows is installed?
What program do you use to determine if your machine can be upgraded to Windows 7?
What replaced the MS-DOS boot disks for fixing and troubleshooting a wide range of boot problems on a Windows Vista or 7 system?
What stops a user from using Windows PE as a permanent operating system?
It reboots after 72 hours.
Where do you find the Windows Easy Transfer program to use with your Windows 7 machine?
Microsoft's Web site
Where would you find a copy of Windows PE?
Windows 7 AIK
Which of the following is not a new feature of Windows PE 3.0?
Windows PE allows direct modification of the BIOS.
Which of the following is not a use for Windows PE?
Providing quick file server capability
Which of the following is not a way to upgrade Windows 7 editions?
Run the Migration tool from another Windows 7 computer.
Which of the following is not a feature of Windows PE?
Boot a virtual DOS environment
Which program allows you to migrate user settings from one computer to a computer running Windows 7 using a command line interface?
Windows Easy Transfer
You have a computer with Windows XP, which is installed on the entire C drive. You now want to Install Windows 7 onto the computer and make it dual boot. What can you do?
Use a third-party tool to shrink the Windows XP partition.
You have a third-party controller card for your drivers. How do you install the drivers during installation?
Click the Load Driver button when the Windows Installation program asks, "Where do you want to install Windows?"
You need to migrate the user settings to a network share, perform a clean installation of Windows 7 on a computer, and migrate the user settings from the network share to the computer. What type of migration is this?
You need to migrate user settings from one computer to a new computer with Windows 7. What type of migration is this?
Which type of image contains a basic install WIM image file?
What technology do you use to boot the server over the network to perform an installation over the network?
To add drivers to an image using DISM.EXE, what file must you include?
What basic network service is necessary to deploy an install image using WDS?
What can be installed on Windows Server 2008 that enables installers to deploy Windows Imaging files to workstations over the network?
What command is used to partition and format a disk?
What do you call a template for a workstation configuration that contains all the software the workstation requires?
What is a command line program that installers can use to prepare Windows 7 computers for imaging, auditing, and deployment including preparing a reference computer?
What is a command line tool that installers can use to capture, modify, and apply image files in the Windows Imaging format?
What is a command line tool that installers can use to mount, edit, and upgrade image files in the Windows Imaging format?
What is a customized boot image that you burn to disk that enables a workstation to boot Windows PE and connect to the WDS server?
What is an XML script that provides the Windows 7 Setup program with the information it needs to perform an unattended installation?
What is the file-based disk image format used to deploy its latest Windows operating system releases, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008?
What is the graphical utility that installers can use to create distribution shares and answer files that automate and customize Windows 7 installations?
What option do you use with the dism command to mount an image to a folder?
What option is used with the imageX.exe to capture an image from a reference computer?
What parameter do you use with the sysprep command that configures Windows 7 to present the Windows Welcome interface the next time the computer starts?
What software replaces the Package Manager that was available with the Windows AIK associated with Windows Vista?
What technology enables a computer to transmit the same data to multiple destinations at the same time?
What tool is a superset of Windows 7 AIK that enables you to perform lite-touch installation (LTI) and zero-touch installation (ZTI)?
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010
Which of the following is NOT an objective when performing a large-scale Windows 7 deployment?
Standardizing the computing hardware environments
Which script is used to create the Windows PE build?
Which type of image contains all of the elements of a workstation configuration, including applications drivers, updates, and all configuration settings?
You are getting ready to deploy Windows 7 to multiple enterprise workstations. What do you use to hold the information captured from the reference computer?
You have a Windows image file for Windows 7. You need to add a device driver to the image file. What utility should you use?
What is the maximum number of primary partitions that GPT supports?
To support GPT, what computer architecture does your computer need to support?
What do you call a device driver that includes a digital signature that ensures that the device driver comes from the authentic publisher and that someone has not maliciously altered it?
What is the default partition style used in Windows 7?
What is the largest disk that GPT supports?
What is the largest disk that MBR supports?
What is the main tool or utility that you use to manage your disk?
What is the maximum number of primary partitions that MBR supports?
What is the maximum number of volumes you can assign to a striped volume?
What is the primary tool to mange devices and their drivers?
What is the quickest way to access the Disk Management console?
Use the Computer Management console.
What is used to determine if a signed driver has been altered?
A signed driver uses a checksum.
What tool can you use to defragment your volumes by recopying fragmented files to contiguous space on the disk?
What tool can you use to search for and fix disk errors?
What type of disk supports an unlimited number of volumes?
What type of volume supports is based on RAID1?
Which is the preferred file system used in Windows 7?
Which of the following is NOT a basic requirement to extend a partition on a basic disk?
You can extend a striped volume if the volume has the same amount of free disk space available on the same number of striped disks.
Which of the following is NOT a requirement to shrink a basic disk partition?
The volume is not using compression
Which type of disk uses primary partitions, extended partitions, and logical drives to organize data?
You are starting to run out of free disk space on a drive. What tool can you use to free up some disk space?
You just installed a new device driver for your scanner and now the scanner does not function at all. What should you do?
Roll back the driver.
What type of address mechanism is a tunneling protocol that enables computers to transmit IPv6 packets through NAT routers that do not support IPv6?
If you have an IPv4 address of 184.108.40.206 with a subnet mask of 255.255.240.0, what is the CIDR notation?
In what class is the address of 220.127.116.11?
On which layer of the OSI model is IPv4 Addressing included?
TCP is considered a __________ protocol.
What address is assigned to a computer that fails to locate a DHCP server?
What command is used to test network connectivity between two hosts?
What do you call codes that identify specific applications running on the system?
What is a software routine that acts as a virtual barrier between a computer and the network to which it is attached?
What is the default subnet mask for 18.104.22.168?
What is the primary protocol used by Windows to communicate over a network?
What is used to avoid assigning entire addresses of a particular class to networks that didn't have that many hosts?
What is used to specify which bits of an IPv4 address are used for the network identifier and which bits are used for the host identifier?
What layer of the OSI model are the Media Access Control addresses part of?
What server automatically assigns IP addresses?
What type of address is the FCC0:0:0:0B5D:FF:BE3B:F4F7:3311?
What type of connector does an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable use?
What utility or tool allows you to view and manage all your network connections?
Network and Sharing Center
What would a corporation use to allow private IPv4 addresses to communicate with the Internet?
Which layer of the OSI model covers the cabling and electrical signaling?
Which of the following is NOT an IPv4 private address range?
22.214.171.124 through 126.96.36.199
Which type of IPv6 address is unique throughout the IPv6 universe?
Which type of address defines a single network interface in a computer or other device?
__________ are the rules or languages in which networking is possible.