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You have a computer running Windows 7 Home Premium.

You need to customize which utilities and programs are processed at startup for the computer.

What should you do?
Run Msconfig
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

After running the Backup and Restore console, you notice that backups are not created for open files.

To troubleshoot the issue, you want to confirm that the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) is started and is configured to start automatically when the computer boots.

What should you do?
Open the Services snap-in.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise.

After connecting to your company's network, you are able to access all of your personal files.

Later in the day, you are having problems accessing the same files, as well as other files on the network.

What should you do?
Run Windows Network Diagnostics
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You started using the computer three months ago.

Since that time, you have found that, from time to time, the system has had slowdowns and crashes.

You want to look at a report that shows important events for the server since it was installed. you'd like to see when software was installed, along with any hardware or application failures.

You want to view this information with as little effort as possible.

What should you do?
Open the System Stability Chart in Reliability Monitor.
You have several computers running Windows 7. The Computers are members of a domain.

Your company uses Remote Assistance to help diagnose user desktop issues. All computers are configured to allow Remote Assistance.

One day you receive a Remote Assistance acceptance from someone you don't know from an invitation file you created several weeks ago. You need to prevent this from happening again.

What should you do?
- Require a password on invitation files.
- Decrease the timeout in invitation files.
You have a computer running windows 7 Ultimate.

You have an application that compresses videos used in your online business.

You want to make sure that the application continues to run in the background, even if you open other applications.

You need to adjust the amount of attention given to that application.

What should you do?
Use Task Manager to modify the process priority.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.

While working with a new application, the application stops responding. You would like to analyze the application and its associated processes to identify which processes the application is waiting on.

What should you do?
In resource Monitor, analyze the wait chain for the process.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

You want to see the amount of disk activity that is generated by an application.

What should you do?
Filter on the application in Resource Monitor.
You suspect that a process on your windows 7 computer is causing a large amount of network activity. You would like to view the network activity on your computer filtered by specific processes.

Select the link that you would choose to view this information.
Open resource Monitor
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

You want to see memory statistics for a specific process. You need to view the working set, shareable, and private memory for the process.

What should you do?
Filter on the process in Resource Monitor.
You have a computer running windows 7 Enterprise. The computer is a member of a workgroup.

For several months, the computer acted like a sever in the workgroup. It was optimized to share files and folders to the other computers.

You no longer need the computer to act like a server. You want the computer to focus on applications which are found on typical workstations.

After installing the applications, you believe the computer is not reacting quickly enough while using the applications. You know the machine has enough video memory and physical memory to handle the applications.

What should you do?
Edit the Processor Scheduling settings.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You recently upgrade the computer from windows XP Professional.

The client who uses the computer has called to complain that the windows 7 interface is very slow. For example, after clicking on the Windows start button, the Start Menu slowly appears on the screen.

You want to improve performance without upgrading any hardware.

What should you do?
Set the visual effects for best performance.
You have a computer running windows 7 Enterprise.

You use an external USB hard drive to store data files. You often find yourself waiting as Windows writes data to the external drive. Although it is portable, you rarely remove the external drive from the computer.

You need to increase the access speed of the hard drive.

What should you do?
Configure the write caching drive policies for better performance.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

To increase the available memory for applications, you need to increase the size of the paging file.

What should you do?
Modify the Advanced system settings.
You have a laptop running windows 7 Professional.

You have been having trouble with the laptop crashing. The support technician wants you to send him a memory dump that occurred when the computer crashed. You find that the computer did not create the memory dump file.

You need to configure the system to create a memory dump file when it crashes.

What should you do?
Place the paging file on the system drive.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

When running multiple applications, the computer is slow to respond. To improve performance, you enable ReadyBoost on a USB flash drive.

You need to edit the ReadyBoost settings.

What should you do?
Use the 'ReadyBoost' tab in properties of the USB flash drive.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

While managing the available memory for applications, you need to increase the paging file to the recommended size for normal circumstances.

What should you do?
Configure the paging file to 1.5 times the amount of physical RAM.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate. The computer meets the minimum hardware requirements.

When running multiple applications, the computer is slow to respond. You need to improve performance, especially for the application that you are actively working in.

What should you do?
Enable ReadyBoost on a USB flash drive.
You have a laptop running windows 7 Enterprise.

You connect an external USB hard drive to the laptop to access specific data files.

After editing the files, you need to disconnect the external USB hard drive. You do not want to lose your work on the data files.

With the least amount of effort, you want to remove the USB hard drive from the laptop.

What should you do?
Check the drive's 'Policies' tab and ensure that the 'Quick Removal' option is selected, then remove the USB connector.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

Windows Update is continually notifying you to install an update that you have determined that you should not install on your machine due to incompatibility reasons.

You want Windows Update to stop notifying you of this update.

What should you do?
Hide the update.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You have just read about a new security patch for Windows 7. You install the patch as a Windows Update, but after you reboot and log back on your computer is unstable.

What action should you take?
Use Windows Update in the Control Panel to uninstall the update.
You have a stand-alone computer running windows 7 Professional.

You need to determine if the computer has any administrative vulnerabilities.

What should you do?
Use Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA)
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer is a member of a domain. Windows Update settings are controlled through Group Policy.

You find that your computer has not been installing recent updates.

You want to see information about how the computer is configured to get updates including the name of the server it tires to contact when checking for and downloading updates.

What should you do?
Look through the WindowsUpdate.log file.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

While manually configuring Windows Update, you notice that several settings are grayed out and unchangeable as shown in the image.

You want to enable the settings so you can manually configure them.

What should you do?
Use Group Policy to modify the Windows Update settings.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

Your computer is configured to download and automatically install important (critical) patches using Windows Update.

You notice that updates that Microsoft suggests, but does not mark as important, are not being downloaded.

You would like these other updates to download and install automatically with the least amount of effort.

What should you do?
Configure Windows Update to included recommended updates.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

The computer is a member of a domain. windows Update settings are controlled through Group Policy.

You need to determine if a specific security update from Windows Update is installed on the computer.

What should you do?
Go to Programs and Features in the Control Panel
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

Recently, a WSUS server was configured and enabled in your internal network. Now you need to configure Windows Update on your computer to search for and download updates from the WSUS server.

What should you do?
Set the 'Specify intranet Microsoft update service location' setting in Group Policy.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

You would like to configure windows update to download updates that Microsoft suggests, but does not mark as important. You would also like to ensure that updates are installed on the computer without the intervention of an Administrative user.

Select the settings that you should enable on the computer.
- Give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates.
- Allow all users to install updates on this computer.
you have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You need to manually check for updates form Windows Update.

What should you do? (Select two. Both answers are complete solutions.)
- Run 'wuauclt.exe /detectnow'
- Click the 'Check for updates' button in Windows Update.
YOu have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

You have just enabled Remote Desktop on the computer so you can connect to it using a dial-up modem from home and run a few reports.

You need to optimize the performance of your Remote desktop session for your slow connection.

Select the Experience setting(s) that will optimize performance.
Persistent bitmap caching
You are a the desktop administrator for you company. You manage 20 Windows 7 computers.

You would like to manage the computers remotely using a tool with a graphical user interface (GUI).

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a possible solution.)
- Establish a remote Desktop connection to each computer.
- Open Computer Management and connect to each remote computer.
You have two computers: Comp1 is running Windows 7 and comp2 is running Windows XP. Both computers are members of a domain.

You need to use PowerShell commands to remotely manage Comp1 from comp2. comp1 has the Windows remote Management (WinRM) service enabled.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- On Comp2, download and install PowerShell 2.0.
- On Comp2, use the "icm" command
You have a Windows 7 computer that you would like to manage remotely.

You enable Remote Desktop on the computer.

While working from home, you find that your home firewall is blocking Remote Desktop, preventing a connection to the Windows 7 computer

What should you do?
Open port 3389 in the network firewall.
You have two computers running Windows 7: comp1 and Comp2. Both computers are members of a domain.

You need to ensure that you can remotely execute commands on comp2 from comp1.

What should you do?
On Comp2, run "winrm qc"
You have two computers running Windows 7: comp1 and Comp2. both computers are members of a domain.

Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is enabled on both computers.

From comp2, you need to create an additional disk volume on comp1.

What should you do?
On Comp2, run "winrs" and then run "diskpart"
You are the desktop administrator for your company. You manage 20 Windows 7 comptuers.

You would like to manage the computers remotely using the Windows Remote Shell.

You need to enable remote management on each computer.

What should you do?
Run "Winrm quickconfig".
You have two computers running Windows 7: comp1 and Comp2.

You need to use the command-line to remotely manage comp1 from Comp2.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Authenticate Comp2 to Comp1.
- On Comp1, run "winrm qc"
You have a Windows 7 computer that you would like to manage remotely.

The computer connects to the network behind a firewall that blocks all but the most common ports.

You need to use a remote management solution that does not require additional firewall ports opened.

What should you do?
Use Remote Shell.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

While connecting to a computer using Remote Desktop, you need to prevent the desktop background on the remote computer from displaying on the local computer.

What should you do?
On the Experience tab of the Remote Desktop connection, clear the Desktop Background Option.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Enterprise. The computers are members of a domain.

You manage a custom application that is currently installed on the computers in the domain.

You receive a new version of the software. Installing the software on a client computer overwrites the existing installation such that both versions cannot be used at the same time on the same computer.

You decide to use Remote Desktop Services on a server in the domain to allow clients to run both the new and the old version of the software. Clients should be able to run each version using an icon on their desktops.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Install the new version of the application on the server.
- Configure RemoteApp on the server.
You are managing two computers: Comp1 is running Windows 7 Ultimate; Comp2 is running Windows XP Professional.

You want to use Remote Desktop to manage Comp1 from Comp2.

What should you do?
On Comp1, enable the 'Allow connections from computers running any versions of Remote Desktop' option in the system properties.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You will connect to the computer using Remote Desktop.

With the least amount of effort, you need to copy files from your local hard drive to the hard drive of the remote computer.

What should you do?
In the Remote Desktop client properties, edit the local devices and resources options.
You manage a Windows 7 computer that is a member of a workgroup.

The computer is shared by three users. Each user has a standard user account.

Mary is one of the three users of this computer. She wants to access the computer using a Remote Desktop connection.

You need to allow Remote Desktop access for Mary while granting her the least amount of privileges possible.

What should you do?
Make Mary's user account a member of the Remote Desktop users group.
You have two computers that run window 7: Computer 1 and Computer2.

You have configured event subscriptions with the default settings to forward events from these two computers to a third Windows 7 computer, Computer3.

You want to view the events from these two computers on Computer3.

What should you do?
In Event Viewer, open the ForwardedEvents log.
You have a Windows 7 computer.

You would like to configure Event Subscriptions for that computer to forward events to a network server. You need to configure your computer as a source computer for a collector initiated subscription.

Which of the following will be part of your configuration? (Select two.)
- Run 'winrm qc'
- Add the collector computer to the Event Log Readers group.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 and a custom application.

The application generates Event Viewer events and logs those events to the default Application and Security logs in the Event Viewer.

As you monitor the application, you'd like to be able to do the following:

* View all events related to the application from a single log.
* View only the events related to the application and no others.
* View the necessary events with minimal future configuration.
* Save the Event Viewer configuration so that you can easily export and import the solution to other servers that will be running the application.

What should you do?
Create a custom view.
You have two computers that run Windows 7: computer1 and Computer2.

Over the next few days, you want to monitor Computer1. You would like to automatically save the contents of the Application and System logs on Computer 1 to Computer2. You will then use Event Viewer on Computer2 to view the contents of the logs generated on Computer1.

What should you do?
On both computers, enable and configure Event Subscriptions. Configure Computer1 as a source, and Computer2 as a collector.
You mange three computers that run windows 7 and a custom application.

The application generates Event viewer events and logs those events to a custom log for the application.

You would like to send all events from the application to a fourth computer where you can save and view the logs.

What should you do?
Configure event subscriptions.
You manage three Windows 7 computers that are part of a workgroup.

You would like to configure event subscriptions so that you can view all events from those computers on your laptop (which also runs Windows 7).

You need to configure the three source computers and one collector computer. The subscription will be a source initiated subscription.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- On the collector computer, configure the subscription.
- On all four computers, run 'winrm qc -q'. On the collector computer, run 'wecutil qc /q'.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You are troubleshooting a problem that keeps occurring. When the problem happens, there are several Warning and Error events logged to the Application log in Event Viewer.

While troubleshooting the problem, you create a filter for the log that shows only the Warning and Error messages.

You would like to save all messages in the application log (including Informational messages) so you can copy them to another computer and examine them there.

What should you do?
Clear the filter, then save the log.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

As part of the regular system maintenance, you are checking Performance Monitor statistics and event log events.

You notice that there are several error events listed with the same ID number and description that sounds as if the error is related to system hardware. you check your Performance Monitor logs but don't notice anything unusual around the time that the events were generated.

You would like to get an e-mail every time the event is logged so you can check the system statistics at the moment.

What should you do?
Attach a task to the event
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You are troubleshooting a problem that keeps occurring. When the problem happens, there are several Warning and Error events logged to the Application and System logs in Event Viewer.

You would like to be able to see only the Warning and Error events from both logs displayed at the same time. You want to save this configuration so that you can check back each day to see any new errors.

What should you do?
On the Application log, filter the log to show only Warning and Error events. Save the filter to a Custom View, adding the System log as an additional filter.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You are troubleshooting a problem that keeps occurring. When the problem happens, there are several Warning and error events logged to the Application log in Event Viewer.

You create a custom View that shows only Warning and Error events. During troubleshooting, you filter the Custom View to show only the Error messages.

You would like to create a new custom View using the current filter settings.

What should you do?
Save the filter to a Custom View.
ou have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You are troubleshooting a problem that keeps occurring. When the problem happens, there are several Warning and Error events logged to the Application and System logs in Event Viewer, which you are using a Custom View to examine.

After several days, there are several events int he Custom View. You would like to clear the messages from the view sot hat you only see messages starting from right now. You need to make sure that any messages in the corresponding logs still exist.

What should you do?
Edit the Custom View properties and create a custom range for logged events, starting with today's date.
You have a Windows 7 computer.

You would like to configure Event subscriptions for that computer to forward events to a network server. You need to configure your computer as a source computer for a source initiated subscription.

Which of the following will be part of your configuration? (Select two.)
- Configure the local security policy to identify the FQDN of the collector computer.
- Run 'winrm qc -q'
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.

You would like to generate a report that runs several basic tests of the operating system, Security Center, hard disk, services, and hardware devices and drivers. The report should include suggestions for how to improve system performance.

What should you do?
In Performance Monitor, run the System Diagnostics data collector set.
You want to monitor the processor utilization on your Windows 7 computer.

You want to get an e-mail notification every time the processor utilization exceeds 90%.

You create a new Data collector Set in Performance Monitor.

What type of Data collector should you create?
Performance counter alert
Professional.

The computer has a standard SVGA graphics adapter.

You upgrade the graphic card with a new adapter that should support Aero, but you are still unable to use Aero.

You need to enable Aero with the minimum amount of effort.

What should you do?
In Performance Information and Tools, click Re-run the assessment.
You have a computer that runs windows 7 and a custom application.

On a periodic basis, the application writes or modifies several registry entries. You want to monitor these registry keys so that you can create a report that shows their corresponding settings over the next 5 days.

What should you do?
In Performance Monitor, configure a configuration data collector.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

The computer is performing poorly. You want to check the memory component subscore of your computer.

What should you do?
Run Windows Experience Index
You have a shared computer that runs Windows 7.

You are concerned about the disk space use on the computer.

You would like to be notified by e-mail when the used disk space exceeds 85%.

What should you do?
Configure a performance counter alert.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You have just installed a custom application. The application generates Event Viewer events and logs those events to the default Application and the Security logs in Event Viewer.

You are concerned about system performance while running the application. You would like to be able to view the current statistics for processor, memory, and disk reads and writes. You only want to see these statistics and no others, and you want to be able to easily save the configuration so that the same statistics are shown each time.

What should you do?
Add objects and counters in Performance Monitor.
You mange a computer that runs Windows 7.

You would like to generate a report that shows the status of hardware resources, processes, and system and configuration information on the computer. The report should include suggestions for ways to maximize performance and streamline system operation.

What should you do?
From Performance Information and Tools in the Control Panel, generate a system health report.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise.

You check the Windows Experience Index as shown in the image.

YOu want to increase the system's performance.

What should you do?
Upgrade the video card.