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CIS 236 Microsoft Wrkstation Op Systms

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You have a stand-alone computer running Windows 7 Professional. You notice that the Aero features are not displayed. The computer has a 19 inch CRT screen that supports refresh rates up to 65 Hertz and a video card with 64 MB RAM. You need to use the Aero features. What should you do?
Replace the video adapter card with one that has at least 128 MB RAM.
You have a computer on your workbench without an operating system. You would like to install Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit edition on the computer. The computer has the following hardware specifications:
Hard drive with 12 GB of free space.
1 GB of RAM, one additional socket available.
One Pentium 2.8 GHz processor, one additional socket available.
Video card with 128 MB of memory.
You need to change the hardware so that you can install Windows 7 Enterprise. What should you do?
Free up some space on the hard drive.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Ultimate. The computers are members of a domain. For all the computer, you want to remove access to administrative tools from the Start menu and hide notifications from the System Tray. What should you do?
Use Group Policy
You manage a laptop that runs Windows 7. The laptop is shared by members of the Sales team. Sales team members use standard user accounts to log on to the computer. You want to allow users to change the system time and the time zone. You need to grant them this ability while limiting their ability to perform unrelated tasks. What should you do?
Configure user rights for the Sales group in the local security policy.
You have a computer that runs Windows XP Professional. You want to upgrade your computer to Windows 7 Professional. You want to maintain as much of the application, user profile, and user data as possible. You want to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Run Scanstate in Windows XP, Perform a custom installation of Windows 7 to the existing hard drive. Boot into windows 7 and re-install all applications. Run Loadstate.
You are planning to install Windows 7 Home Premium edition on a new 64-bit computer. The computer has the following hardware specifications:
500 GB hard drive.
1 GB of RAM, one additional socket available.
One Pentium 2.8 GHz processor, one additional socket available.
Video card with 256 MB of memory.
You need to ensure that the hardware will support Windows 7 Home Premium. What should you do?
Add more memory.
You are planning to install Windows 7 on a new 64-bit computer. The computer will be joined to a domain and you plan to configure the computer to boot from a .VHD image. Which Windows 7 editon should you use?
Ultimate (64-bit)
You have several computers in a network. Some of the computers do not have an optical drive. Your boss has asked you to install Windows 7 on each of the computers. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Use the bootsect command to make the USB flash drive bootable.
Copy the product DVD to a USB flask drive and boot from the drive.
You have several computers in a domain network. Your company develops software that runs on bot Windows XP and Windows 7. Programmers need to have computers that will dual boot between Windows XP and Windows 7. You need to configure each system to meet the programmer's requirements. What should you do?
Install Windows XP first, and then install Windows 7 on another partition.
You need to install Windows 7 Enterprise edition on multiple computers. Each computer has a single SATA hard drive, a PXE-compliant network card, a DVD drive, and several open USB ports. You have decided to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to simplify installation. You configure the WDS server with everything necessary to perform the installation. When you start each computer, you would like the computer to boot, connect to the WDS server, and start the installation process automatically without any intervention. You want to minimize the actions that you must perform on each computer. What should you do next?
On each computer, edit the BIOS to boot from the network first.
You are installing Windows 7 on a new computer. Using the RAID controller on the motherboard, you configure three hard disks in a RAID5 array. A fourth hard disk is connected to the IDE channel. You edit the BIOS boot order to boot from the optical drive. You insert the installation DVD, boot to the disc, and start the installation. When you are prompted to select the disk where you want to install Windows, the RAID array you created does not show as a possible destination disk. Only the disk on the IDE channel is visible. Select the option you would choose to make the RAID array visible for the installation.
Load Driver
You have a stand-alone computer running both Vista and Windows 7. The computer currently boots to Windows 7 by default. You need the computer to boot to Windows Vista as the default operating system instead. What should you do?
Run bcdedit.exe.
You are preparing to install Windows 7 to a new computer. You copy the installation files from a DVD to a USB flash drive, then use bootsect to make the USB drive bootable. Using the RAID controller on the motherboard, you configure three hard disks in a RAID5 array. Using disk tools, you create a single partition that takes up the entire array. You insert the USB drive and boot the computer. The computer boots and shows you the following message:
Error loading operating system
Reboot and select proper boot device.
What should you do?
In the BIOS, modify the boot order to boot from the USB device first.
You are installing Windows 7 on a new computer. Using the RAID controller on the motherboard, you configure three hard disks in a RAID5 array. You leave the array unpartitioned and unformatted. You edit the BIOS boot order to boot from the optical drive. You insert the installation DVD, boot to the disc, and start the installation. When you are prompted to select the disk where you want to install Windows, the RAID array you created does not show as a possible destination disk. What should you do?
On the screen where you select the disk to install Windows, click Load Driver.
You are performing a network installation of Windows 7 on a new computer. You boot the computer using Windows PE. You need to install a device driver for the network adapter. What should you do?
Run drvload.exe
You have a computer that runs Windows Vista. You need to perform a clean installation of Windows 7 onto the computer. You would also like to retain the system and user files from the Windows Vista installation. What should you do?
While running setup.exe on the Windows 7 installation media, select the Custom (advanced) option.
You need to install Windows 7 Enterprise edition on multiple computers. You have an ISO image of the Windows 7 Enterprise edition installation disc that you will use for the installation. You want to boot the computer to a command prompt, connect to a network share, and then run setup from the shared folder. You create a shared folder named WinInstall on a server. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Extract the ISO image and copy all files in the image to the shared folder.
Create a bootable disc with WinPE and the necessary network drivers. Edit the BIOS to boot from the optical drive first.
You have a workstation running the 32-bit version of Windows Vista Business that you would like to upgrade to the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Professional. You want to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort and cost. What should you do first?
Perform and Upgrade using the Windows 7 installation disc.
You have a workstation running the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Professional that you would like to upgrade to the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Ultimate. You want to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort and cost while maintaining as much user data as possible. What should you do first?
Run Anytime Upgrade
You have a Windows XP Professional system that you would like to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate. What should you do first?
Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor.
You have a computer that runs Windows XP Professional that you would like to upgrade to Windows 7 Professional. You run the setup program and install Windows 7 on the same computer and hard drive. What should you do next?
Re-install all applications.
You have a Windows Vista system that you would like to upgrade to Windows 7. You want to make sure that everything in your current system is compatible with windows 7. What should you do?
Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor.
You have a 32-bit computer that runs Windows XP Professional. You would like to upgrade the computer to Windows 7 Ultimate. Your computer has the following specifications:
Service pack 2
1 GHz processor
512 MB RAM
256 MB video card
40 GB free disk space
DVD drive
You would like to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do first?
Add more memory
You have a 32-bit computer that runs Windows Vista Business RTM that you would like to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate. Your computer has the following specifications:
1 GHz processor
1 GB RAM
128 MB video card
16 GB free disk space
DVD drive
You would like to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do first?
Install the latest service pack
You have a workstation running the 32-bit version of Windows Vista Business that you would like to upgrade to the 64-bit version.
Custom (advanced)
You have a workstation running the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Ultimate that you would like to change to the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Professional. You want to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort and cost. What should you do first?
Perform a Custom (advanced) installation using the Windows 7 installation disc.
You have two computers: ComputerA is running Windows Vista Business and ComputerB is running Windows 7 Professional. You are using USMT to migrate only the user profiles and user data from ComputerA to ComputerB. You need to specify the fules used for the migration to include all .jpg files. What should you do?
Edit the MigUser.xml file.
You have two computers: ComputerA is running Windows XP Professional and ComputerB is running Windows 7 Professional. You need to transfer user profiles and data files from ComputerA to ComputerB. What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a complete solution.)
Run Windows Easy Transfer
Run USMT
You have a single computer running Windows XP. You perform a Custom (advanced) installation of Windows 7 to the existing disk partition on the computer. You need to migrate user profiles and user data from the Windows XP installation to the Windows 7 installation. What should you do?
Run scanstate with the /offlineWinOld: option
You have two computers: ComputerA is running Windows Vista and ComputerB is running Windows 7. You need to migrate all user profiles and data files from ComputerA to ComputerB. You need to ensure the user accounts on the destination computer are created and enabled during the migration. What should you do?
On ComputerB, run loadstate with the /lae and /lac options.
You have a single computer running Windows Vista. You are about to complete a clean installation of Windows 7 on the computer, and you need to migrate user profiles and user data from the previous installation of Windows Vista. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Use a wipe-and-load migration.
Run WET and use External hard disk or USB flash drive as the transfer method.
You have two computers: ComputerA is running Windows Vista and ComputerB is running Windows 7. You need to migrate specific application settings from ComputerA to ComputerB by using USMT. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Run scanstate with the /i option.
Edit the migapp.xml file.
You have a computer that runs Windows XP Professional. You want to upgrade your computer to Windows 7 Professional. You want your user profile settings to be applied to Windows 7, with all user files available following the upgrade. You want to perform the upgrade with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Perform a custom (advanced) installation of Windows 7 to the existing hard drive. After the installation, boot into Windows 7 and run Scanstate and then Loadstate.
You have a computer running Windows 7. The computer is part of a domain. You need to transfer user profiles and data files to the computer from a network share using USMT; however, you do not have USMT. What should you do?
Download the Windows Automated Installation Kit (Windows AIK) from Microsoft.
Command line options for the Loadstate command are listed on the left. Drag each command line option and drop it onto the correct description of the function it performs on the right.
/ui > Specify user(s) to be migrated
/hardlink > Restore from a linked migration store.
/lae > Enable user accounts
/ue > Specify user(s) to omit from migration
/lac > Create user accounts
Command line options for the Scanstate command are listed on the left. Drag each command line option and drop it onto the correct description of the function it performs on the right.
/o > Allow overwriting existing data.
/ue > Specify user(s) to omit from migration
/ui Specify user(s) to be migrated.
/offlineWinOld > Path to the offline Windows.old folder.
/p /nocompress > Generate a space estimate.
You have a computer that runs Windows XP Professional. You want to upgrade your computer to Windows 7 Professional. You want to customize the migration of application, user profile, and user data. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Edit the MigApp.xml and MigDocs.xml files
Run Scanstate.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.
To deploy Windows 7, you want to use the Windows 7 installation on this computer as a system image.
After removing the machine-specific information from the computer, you are ready to capture the image as a WIM file.
Boot to Windows PE and use ImageX to capture the Windows installation onto a network share.
Drag each component of the Windows Automated Installation Kit on the left and drop it on the correct description of it function on the right.
Windows SIM - Creates and manages answer file
Sysprep - Removes machine specific information
DISM - Applies updates, drivers, and language packs to Windows image
Oscdimg - Creates ISO images
WinPE - A thin version of Windows
ImageX - Creates and image file for deployment
Drag each command line option for the Sysprep utility listed on the left to the correct description of it function on the right.
/oobe - Starts the computer in the Windows Welcome mode
/unattend: answerfile - Applies settings in an answer file
/reboot - restarts the computer when Sysprep completes
/generalize - Removes machine-specific information from the installation
/audit - Allows you to add additional drivers or applications and test your image
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate. Prior to capture the system image, you need to remove machine-specific information from the installation. What should you do?
At the command prompt, run sysprep.exe /generalize
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise. You plan to capture the installation on this computer and use the image to deploy to other computers. You create an answer file named win7ent_answer.xml with Windows SIM. You want to remove computer-specific information and apply the settings in the answer file before you capture the installation. What should you do?
At the command prompt, run sysprep.exe/generalize/oobe/unattend:win7ent_answer.xml
You need to install Windows 7 Enterprise edition on multiple computers. Each computer has a single SATA hard drive, a PXE-compliant network card, a DVD drive, and several open USB ports. You will not be using WDS or MDT for the installation. When you start each computer, you would like the computer to boot and start the installation process automatically without any intervention. You want to minimize the actions that you must perform on each computer. What should you do next?
Create an Unattended file on a USB drive. One each computer, edit the BIOS to boot from the optical drive first. Insert the Windows installation disc into the DVD drive and the USB drive into a USB port.
You decide to use a system image to deploy Windows 7 to multiple computers. You have installed Windows on a reference computer. You need to restart Windows and manually install applications and make other changes prior to capturing the image. You want to prevent the Windows Welcome screen from showing when the system reboots prior to customizing the installation. You do not want any changes you make to prevent the end-user from seeing the full Out-of-Box Experience after the image is applied. What should you do?
Run Sysprep with the /audit option.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional. You want to capture the installation as a system image. You need to remove any computer-specific information from the computer prior to capturing the image. What should you do?
Run Sysprep
Last month you deployed Windows 7 Enterprise to all of the desktop computers in your company using a single system image. To install this image, you created a WinPE boot CD. You recently received new desktop computers, and one of your colleagues is not able to install the image using the WinPE CD. The WinPE CD cannot boot to the network drive. What should you do?
Install the latest hardware drivers for these new desktop computers on the WinPE image.
You intend to install Windows 7 by using a Windows 7 installation DVD on several computers. To save time, you would like to automate the installation of Windows 7 for each computer. What should you do?
Create an answer file named autounattend.xml. Place the file on a USB flash drive, and run setup.exe.
You want to deploy Windows 7 to multiple computers using a system image. You would like to use an answer file to automate the installation process on a reference computer. What should you do first?
Run Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM).
You want to capture a system image to deploy Windows 7 to multiple computers. You want to install Windows 7 on the reference computer using an answer file. You need to create the answer file. What should you do?
1. On a technician computer, insert the Windows 7 product DVD.
2. Run Windows SIM and load a preloaded install image (install.wim) from the DVD.
3. Select and edit the responses to the questions presented during product installation.
4. Validate the file in Windows SIM.
5. Save the answer file.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate. You will use this computer as a reference computer to install Windows 7 from a system image. You have already used Sysprep to remove machine-specific information from the reference computer. You need to capture the image using compression, but excluding some file types from being compressed. You create a file named myCaptureSettings.ini to identify the compression settings. What should you do next?
Run imagex.exe with the /capture, /compress, and /config options.
You decide to use a system image to deploy Windows 7 to multiple computers. You have configured a reference computer with Windows 7 and are ready to capture and deploy the image. You want to save the image file using three smaller files instead of one large file. Then you need to install the image to the new computers. You want to perform these actions with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
On the reference computer, run imagex /capture. After the image is captured, run imagex /split.
On the target computer, run imagex /apply /ref.
You have a computer running Windows7 Ultimate. You will use this computer as a reference computer to install Windows 7 from a system image. You have already used Sysprep to remove machine-specific information from the reference computer. You need to capture the image using compression, but excluding some file types from being compressed. You create a file named myCaptureSettings.ini to identify the compression settings. You need to edit the compression settings in the file. What should you do? (Choose the best answer.)
Identify files that are not compressed using the CompressionExclusionList section.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate. You want to capture the installation as a system image. You have already used Sysprep to remove machine-specific information from the reference computer. You need to exclude specific files from the ImageX capture operation. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Run imagex.exe.
Create a wimscript.ini file and include an exclusion list section.
Drag each command line option for the ImageX utility listed on the left to the correct description of its function on the right.
/split > Splits a captured image into multiple files.
/capture > Creates an image of a reference computer.
/compress > Specifies compression when capturing a system image.
/apply > Deploys an image.
/verify > Checks for errors and file duplication.
/config > Identifies an alternate configuration file name and location.
You have a computer without an operating system installed. You have a previously-captured image which contains a Windows 7 Enterprise installation. The image is on the following network share: \\imgserve\images. You need to manually deploy the image onto the computer. You boot the computer using WinPE and map a drive to the network share. What should you do next?
Run Diskpart to partition and format the disk.
You have a single computer without an operating system installed. The computer will eventually store sensitive information and will require the encryption of the operating system partition. You have a previously-captured image which contains a Windows 7 Enterprise installation. The image is on a network share. You want to manually deploy the image to the computer. What should you do?
1. Boot the new computer using WinPE.
2. Use Diskpart to create a BitLocker partition.
3. Use Diskpart to create a system partition for the Windows 7 image.
4. Use ImageX to apply the image to the local drive.
You have a computer without an operating system installed. You have a previously-captured image which contains a Windows 7 Enterprise installation. The image is on the following network share: \\imgserv\images. You need to manually deploy the image onto the computer. After booting the computer into WinPE, you partitioned and formatted the local hard drive with DiskPart. What should you do next? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Use the net use command to connect to the network share and map the drive with a letter.
Use imagex.exe with the /apply option to copy the image from the network share to the local drive.
You need to deploy Windows 7 Professional to multiple new computers using a previously-captured system image. You have created an answer file called Win7ProfAnswer.xml in the E\Images\Answerfiles folder. You want to apply the answer file to the image. What should you do?
At the command prompt, run dism /apply-unattend:e:\images\Answerfiles\Win7ProfAnswer.xml
You need to deploy Windows 7 Professional to multiple new computers using a previously-captured system image on a network share. You have updated the offline image with a Windows Update Stand-alone Installer (.msu) file. You believe the new .msu file is causing a problem on the system image. What should you do?
Use the dism /cleanup-image and /revertpendingactions options.
You need to deploy Windows 7 Professional to multiple new computers using a previously-captured system image. Before deploying the image, you need to make sure there is a specific Windows application on the image. What should you do? (Select two. Both answers are complete solutions.)
At the command prompt, run dism /get-apps
At the command prompt, run dism /get-appinfo
You need to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to multiple new computers using a previously-captured system image. Before deploying the image, you insert the third-party drivers from the C:\Drivers\Network and C:\Drivers|Custom directories into the system image. What should you do? (Select two. Both answers are complete solutions.)
At the command prompt, run dism /add-driver /driver:c:\drivers\network /driver:c:\drivers\custom
At the command prompt, run dism /add-driver /driver:c:\drivers /recurse
You need to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to multiple new computers. You have an image that you have previously captured.You have mounted and dismounted the image several times. You want to reduce the overall size of the image file by removing unnecessary resource files from the image file. What should you do?
Run imagex /export.
You need to deploy Windows 7 Professional to multiple new computers using a previously-captured system image. You mount the image and use Dism to make several changes to the image. You decide not to keep any of the changes you have made to the image. The image is still attached. You want to undo the changes with the least amount of effort. What should you do?
Run Dism with the /unmount-wim and /discard options.
You want to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to multiple computers from a previously-captured system image. You have received some operating system updates and would like to add these to the existing install image without recapturing the entire image. What should you do?
Run DISM
You need to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to multiple new computers using a previously-captured system image. Before deploying the image, you need to append several files to the image. You want to compress the appended files to minimize disk space. What should you do?
Use the same compression type as the initial capture.
You want to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to multiple computers from a previously-captured system image. You have received an updated application and would like to add the application to the existing install image without recapturing the entire image.. What should you do?
Run MDT 2010 with the Distribution share.
You need to install Windows 7 to multiple computers on your network.
You would like to use windows Deployment Services (WDS) to deploy a custom image to all computers. The computers do not have a PXE-compliant network cards.
Place an install image on the WDS server. Boot each computer using a CD that contains a discover boot image with Windows PE.
You need to install Windows 7 to multiple computers on your network.
You would like to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to deploy a custom image to all computers. All computers have a PXE-compliant network card. What should you do?
Place an install image on the WDS server.
You have been put in charge of installing Windows 7 on 15 new computers.
You use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to install the operating system on ten of the computers. You find, however, that the remaining five computers do not have the PXE support.
You need to install Windows 7 on the remaining five computers with as little effort as possible.

What should you do?
Create a discover boot image and convert it to an ISO image. Burn the ISO image to CD. Boot each computer to the CD, connect to the WDS server, and complete the installation.
You want to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to deploy a custom version of Windows 7 to multiple new computers. You want to make custom modifications to the installation such as installing applications and modifying desktop settings. You then want to create an image of the installation while retaining the custom changes. What should you do?
1. Create a capture image in WDS
2. Install the operating system on the reference computer. Customize the installation.
3. Run Sysprep on the reference computer.
4. PXE boot the reference computer and select the capture image.
You need to automate the installation of Windows 7 to multiple computers. None of the computers will be a member of a domain.
You will use a custom image to install Windows 7 on each computer. Following Windows installation, you want the setup program for an application to run automatically.

What should you do?
Configure a task in MDT.
You have just been put in charge of installing Windows 7 on 30 new workstations.
You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation.
You need to create a custom install image from a reference computer that you have configured.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a possible solution.)
- Boot the reference computer using a capture image.
- Run ImageX
You need to install Windows 7 Enterprise on multiple new computers.
You decide to use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to help automate the installation. You have installed and configured Windows 7 on the reference computer.
You need to create an install image using the reference computer.

What should you do?(Select two. Each choice is a complete solution.)
- Boot the reference computer using a capture image.
- Run imagex.exe
You need to install Windows 7 on 20 computers.
You would like to automate the installation process as much as possible. After booting each destination computer, you would like to complete all of the following automatically (in this order):
1. Partition and format the hard disk
2. Install Windows from a custom image
3. Following installation of the image, applying Windows updates
4. Install applications
5. Enable BitLocker

What should you do?
Use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT)
You want to use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT 2010) to deploy Windows 7 to several new computers. You have a previously-captured image which contains the Windows 7 installation and several custom applications. If possible, you would like to deploy the image to all the computers with no intervention required by the user. You do not have a Microsoft SQL server. What should you do?
Use the Lite Touch Installation (LTI) installation method.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You want to configure the computer to boot to a Windows 7 installation on a VHD file. You will use the install.wim image on the Windows installation disc.
You have downloaded the Windows AIK tools. You create and attach a virtual disk file using Disk Management. You run ImageX to apply the image to the VHD file.

What should you do next?
Run BCDEdit to create a BCD entry pointing to the VHD file.
As part of your responsibilities, you manage multiple VHD files that contain bootable Windows images.
You need to make multiple changes to the image within each of the VHD files. Each image will get the same list of updates. You want to update the images without booting to each VHD file.
You attach each VHD file.

What should you do next?
Create an Unattend file with entries in the offlineServicing section. Run Dism to apply the file to each image.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You want to configure the computer to boot to a Windows 7 installation on a VHD file. You will use the install.wim image on the Windows installation disc. Your computer does not have the Windows AIK installed.
You create and attach a virtual disk file using Disk Management. You need to apply the Windows image file to the virtual disk.

What should you do?
Run the Install-WindowsImage.ps1 PowerShell script.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.
You need to copy files to an existing VHD file that contains a Windows 7 installation.

What should you do?
Run diskpart.exe, then use the list, select, and attach commands.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Ultimate and a VHD file which contains a Windows 7 installation.
You need to boot the computer from the VHD file.

What should you do?
Run BCDEdit and modify the BCD boot entries.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You have created a VHD file that contains a Windows 7 image.
You would like to perform offline servicing of the image in the VHD file to add a driver and enable some Windows features.

What should you do?
Use Diskpart to attach the VHD file. Use Dism to modify the image. Use Diskpart to detach the image.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You have created a VHD file that contains a Windows 7 installation image. The VHD file is currently not attached.
You would like to perform offline servicing of the image int he VHD file to add driver and enable some Windows features.

What should you do first?
Attach the VHD file.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise edition.
You would like to boot the computer to a VHD file that contains a Windows 7 installation.
You will use the install.wim file from Windows installation disc to create the VHD file. You would also like to apply updates to the image.

What should you do?
Run WIM2VHD
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You have created a VHD file that contains a Windows 7 image.
You need to perform offline servicing of the image in the VHD file to add a driver and enable some Windows features.
You attach the VHD file. You use Dism to add a driver.
You realize the driver should not have been added to the image. You need to undo the changes you have made using the least amount of effort possible. The VHD file is still attached.
Run Dism /Remove-Driver.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You want to configure the computer to boot to a Windows 7 installation on a VHD file. You will use the image on the Windows installation disc.
You have downloaded the Windows AIK tools. You create a virtual disk file using Disk Management.

What should you do next?
Attach the VHD.
You have a VHD file which contains a Windows 7 Enterprise installation and other data files. You want to view, but no modify the installation and data files in the VHD file.

What should you do?
Use Disk Management to attach the VHD file as read-only.
You have a computer tha runs Windows 7 Professional and a VHD file which contains a Windows 7 installation.
You need to boot the computer from the VHD file.

What should you do first?
Upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You want to configure the computer to boot to a Windows 7 installation on a VHD file.
You have downloaded the Windows AIK tools. you create and attach a virtual disk file using Disk Management.

What should you do next?
Run ImageX to apply the install.wim image to the VHD.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Enterprise.
You have a VHD file that contains a Windows 7 image. You need to perform offline servicing of the image in the VHD file.
You attach the VHD file and use Dism to make several changes.
You decide not to keep any of the changes you have made to the image on the VHD file. The VHD file is still attached.

What should you do?
Run Diskpart, then detach. Restore the VHD file from a backup.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise.
You want to create a VHD file with the following settings:
* Size = 200 GB
* Location = F:\VHDS
* Name = Win7vhd

What should you do?
Using DiskPart, type create vdisk file=f:\VHDS\Win7vhd.vhd maximum=204800
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional. You have a custom application that will not run on the computer. The application works well on computers running a 32-bit installation of Windows XP Professional. You decide to use Windows XP mod to run the application.

Your computer has the following hardware specification: C: drive with 62 GB of free space
1 GB of RAM, one additional socket available
One Core 2 duo processor with Intel VT support
Video card with 128 MB of memory with WDDM support

You need the computer to run Windows XP mode. What should you do?
Add more memory
You have a computer running windows 7.

You want to configure windows to prompt for additional credentials whenever a sensitive action is taken.

What should you do?
Edit User Account Control (UAC) settings.
You manage 20 computers running Windows 7 in a domain network.

You want to prevent the Sales team members from making system changes. Whenever a change is initiated, you want to allow only those who can enter administrator credentials to be able to make the change.

What should you do?
Configure the 'User Account Control" Behavior of the elevation prompt for standard users' setting in Group Policy to 'Prompt for credentials.'
You have been asked to troubleshoot a Windows 7 computer that is a member of a workgroup.

The director who uses the machine said he is able to install anything he wants as well as change system settings on-demand. he has asked you to figure out why user Account Control (UAC) is not being activated when he performs a sensitive operation.

You verify that the director's user account is a standard user and not a member of the local Administrators group. You want the UAC prompt to show.

What should you do?
Enable the 'Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode' setting in Group Policy.
You have a computer running windows 7.

Prior to installing some software, you turn off User Account Control (UAC), reboot the computer, and install the software. You turn UAC back on, but it does not prompt you before performing sensitive actions.

You want the protection of UAC, but it is not working at all.

What should you do?
Reboot the machine.
You have several Windows 7 computers in a domain network.

When you install software on the new computers, you discover that it does not run because User Account control (UAC) causes it to fail. Because the accounting program was designed by the company and it will not be upgraded anytime soon, you must get it to work as is with UAC.

What can you do to get the application to work with UAC? (Choose the best solution.)
Alter the program settings to 'Run this program as an administrator'
You have a computer running windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to modify the default settings for UAC to meet the following criteria:

* Prompts should be shown when programs make changes to your computer and when you make changes to windows settings.
* The desktop should not be dimmed and locked out, but should allow you to continue working in other applications without responding immediately to the prompt.
* Settings should apply to all standard users.

What should you do?
Disable the 'Switch to the secure desktop when prompting for elevation' setting in Group Policy
You have a Windows 7 computer that you manage at work. Because of security requirements for your company, you need to prevent all users from being able to save files to any removable storage device on the computer. Users are allowed to copy files from these devices. You want to accomplish this with the least amount of effort as possible. What should you do?
In removable storage access in Group Policy, configure the policy for each device type to deny write access.
You have a Windows 7 computer that you manage at work. Because of the security requirements of your company, you need to prevent all users from being able to use USB flash devices on this computer. What should you do?
Configure removable storage policies in the local security policy.
You have a Windows 7 computer that is shared by multiple users. You want to allow non-administrative users to install devices that use third-part drivers. Users should be able to install the device without prompts for administrative credentials. Users should only be able to install devices that use the drivers that you specifically identify. You copy the necessary drivers to the computer. You configure the DevicePath registry key to identify the folder where the drivers are located. A standard user logs on and tries to install the device, but gets a prompt for administrative credentials. What should you do?
Obtain drivers that have a digital signature.
You have a Windows 7 Ultimate computer that is shared by multiple users. The default printer on your computer is a Sharp AL-2040. When you send a print job to the default printer, nothing happens. Other users who also use the same printer are not experiencing any problems. What should you do?
In Devices and Printers, right-click the Sharp AL-2040 icon and select Troubleshoot.
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. You try to listen to Audio CDs, but no audio is coming from the speakers. After checking the speaker cables, the volume level, and the mute feature, you check Device Manager and see the dialog shown in the image. What should you do?
In Device Manager, enable the Soundmax Integrated Digital HD Audio Driver device.
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. Your audio card is working, but you learn about an updated driver that adds some new features to the device. You download and install the new driver. After you restart and log on to Windows 7, you can no longer play audio files. Using a minimum of administrative tasks, you need to find a solution to be able to play audio. What should you do?
In Device Manager, roll back the driver.
You have a computer running Windows 7. You need to see a list of third-party drivers on the system. What should you do?
Run pnputil -e at the command prompt.
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. You recently installed a device that you only need temporarily. After several days of using the device, you remove it from the computer, and now you would like to remove the device driver as well. What should you do? (Select two. Both answers are complete solutions.)
At the command prompt, run pnputil -d.
In Device Manager, uninstall the device.
You have a computer running Windows 7. You need to install an updated driver for a hardware device on the computer. You need a driver file which has been tested by Microsoft and comes from a legitimate source. What should you do?
Install an updated driver with a digital signature.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You create the D:\drivers folder on the computer for third party drivers and copy drivers for special devices to that folder. You want non-administrative users to be able to install devices on the computer without needing administrative privileges and without being prompted for the driver, but only for those devices whose driver is located in the D:\drivers folder. What should you do?
In the registry, edit the DevicePath key.
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. You wold like to update the video driver that is used on the computer. Select the area in Device Manager where you would make this change.
Display Adapters
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. It is part of a domain. You recently installed Windows 7 Professional edition. After installation, you are not able to connect to resources on the network. You check Device Manager and see the dialog shown in the image. What should you do?
Right-click the Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Controller and select Update Driver.
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. You have several standard users needing permission to install devices on this computer because Windows 7 does not include the necessary drivers for the devices. What should you do? (Select two. Both answers are complete solutions.)
Enable Allow non-administrators to install drivers for these device setup classes in Group Policy.
Run pnputil -i -a to add the drivers to the driver store.
You have a Windows 7 computer. You install a new internal sound card in the computer. After rebooting, you install the driver, but the device doesn't appear to be working. You need to view information for the device and perform troubleshooting steps. What should you do?
In Computer Management, go to Device Manager.
You are working on a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise. Two devices connected to the computer are not performing correctly. You suspect the devices are conflicting with each other because they may be using the same system resources. What should you do to identify the problem? (Select two. Each answer is a possible solution.)
Open Device Manager and view the Resources tab.
Run System Information (msinfo32).
You are working on a computer running Windows 7. It is a member of a domain. You need to discover if there are any drivers on the computer which do not have a digital signature. Which of the following tools should you use?
Sigverif.exe
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You need to free up disk space and would like to delete all but the most recent restore point. What should you do? (Select two. Each selection is a complete answer.)
Run Cleanmgr as an administrator, then use the More Options tab to clean up the restore points.
In Disk Cleanup, select Clean up system files, then use the More Options tab to clean up the restore points.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You want to modify the disk defragmentation schedule to run twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11pm. What should you do?
In Scheduled Tasks, modify the default task to run on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
You have a Windows 7 computer with a single hard disk. You notice that the disk defragmentation schedule has been turned off on your computer. The disk is badly fragmented. You want to run disk defragmentation manually. What should you do?
Run Defrag.
You have a Windows 7 computer shared by multiple users. The computer has a single hard disk with a single partition. You want to make sure that each user can only save up to 4 GB of files on the existing hard disk. Files stored to USB devices should not count towards the limit. What should you do?
Configure disk quotas.
You have a Windows 7 Professional computer that is used by three users. Each user has a folder for storing personal data. Chat copies a file from a CD-RW to his folder and receives the message Insufficient disk space. He finds that he cannot even add data to an existing file and save it. Other users of the computer do not have the same problems. You see that the volume has over 20 GB of free disk space. You need to let Chad create and edit files. What should you do?
Increase the quota limit.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

The computer has a single hard drive with a single disk partition. The 500 GB system (C:) volume currently has 200 GB free.

You decide to implement BitLocker, but find you need a 100 MB partition in addition to the system partition.

You need to add a second partition for use with BitLocker with as little effort and cost as possible.

What should you do?
Shrink the C: volume. Create a new partition using free space on the disk.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The second hard disk in the computer has been assigned D: as the drive letter. The volume is formatted with NTFS.

You decide that you would like to modify the D: volume to make it a RAID-0 volume.

You want to convert the volume to a RAID-0 volume using the least amount of effort and expense as possible.

What should you do?
Delete the existing volume. create a new striped volume. Restore data to the volume from a backup.
You have two computers that run Windows 7.

One computer has two hard disks. The second disk is a dynamic disk formatted with FAT32.

You remove the second hard disk from this system and install it into the other system.

After adding the disk, Disk Management reports it as foreign and you are unable to access data on the disk.

What should you do?
Import the disk.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer has a single hard disk with a single partition. Windows is installed on this partition.

You decide that you would like to modify the existing volume to make it a RAID-1 volume to add fault tolerance to the volume. You add a new hard disk to the computer.

You want to convert the volume to a RAID-1 volume using the least amount of effort possible.

What should you do?
Add a mirror to the existing Volume.
You have a Windows 7 computer with a single hard drive.

You want to add fault tolerance to the existing hard drive.

You install a new hard drive in the computer.

What should you do?
From a command prompt, run 'Diskpart'. Use the 'Add' command.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer has a single hard disk with a single volume that takes up the entire hard disk.

You need to create a new volume named 'Video' for storing digital video files that are used as you create music videos. You want the new volume to optimize performance; fault tolerance is not needed.

What should you do?
Add two hard disks. Convert both disks to dynamic. Create a new striped volume using both disks.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer has a single hard disk configured as a basic disk with a single partition formatted with NTFS.

The disk has run out of space. You need to add space to the disk. you install a new hard drive and start disk Management.

You need to add space to the existing volume using only necessary actions.

What should you do? (Select two.)
On the C:\ drive, create an empty folder.
On the new hard disk, create a new partition without a drive letter.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

the computer has a removable disk drive that has been formatted with NTFS.

You want the drive to use FAT32 to be compatible with more operating systems. The drive is currently configured using drive letter D:.

What should you do?
Back up the data on the D: drive. Reformat the D: drive using FAT32. Restore the data.
You have a Windows 7 computer with a new hard drive.

You want to create and format volumes on the hard drive.

What should you do?
Run 'Diskpart' from the command prompt.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

Your computer has a single hard disk with a single volume used by the C:\ drive. You have previously upgraded the disk to a dynamic disk.

The disk has run out of disk space. You need to add more space to the C:\ volume.

You add a new hard disk to the computer. You need to add space to the C: volume as quickly as possible.

What should you do?
Create a mount point using space on the second disk.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer has an extra disk that has three primary partitions and an extended partition with two logical drives. All volumes are formatted with FAT32.

You want to convert the partitions to simple volumes, preferably without losing any data.

What should you do?
Upgrade the disk to a dynamic disk.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

For several years, the developers in your company have used a specific application.

After installing the application on your computer, it no longer executes correctly. The application worked best on Windows XP machines with Service Pack 3.

You need to have the application work correctly on this computer with the least amount of administrative effort.

What should you do?
Run the application in compatibility mode.
You have set up the AccountWizard.exe program to run in Compatibility mode on a Windows 7 computer. After running the program, you find that the large-scale fonts do not appear correctly and the movement of the window appears erratic.

Select the settings you would enable to correct these issues. (Select two.)
Disable desktop composition
Disable display scaling on high DPI settings
You just purchased a new Windows 7 system for an artist in your company.

After installing an art application to the computer, the artist states that the application does not work correctly. The application worked fine on a Windows XP machine.

In an attempt to fix the problem, you tried to run the application in compatibility mode. When this didn't work, you temporarily disabled UAC, but this still didn't fix the problem.

You decide to create a shim for the application. You download the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT).

What should you do next?
Run the Compatibility Administrator
You manage a network with 30 computers. Each computer is currently running Windows XP. All computers are members of a domain.

You need to upgrade the computers to Windows 7 Professional. You will use a system image to deploy a clean installation of Windows 7 to each computer.

Before you begin the upgrading process, you need to identify which application installed on computers can run on Windows 7.

What should you do?
Use the Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT).
Describe each application compatibility setting

* Run in 256 colors
* Run in 640 x 480 screen resolution
* Disable visual themes
* Disable desktop composition
* Disable display scaling on high DPI settings
* Run in 256 colors = allows applications with a limited color pallet to display correctly
* Run in 640 x 480 screen resolution = allows low resolution applications to display properly.
* Disable visual themes = resolves display problems with menus and buttons in some applications.
* Disable desktop composition = disables Windows Aero features, such as transparency
* Disable display scaling on high DPI settings = turns off automatic resizing of applications when large-scale fonts are being used.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise.
A customer application works great on previous versions of Windows; however, it does not execute correctly on the Windows 7 computer.

In an attempt to fix the problem, you tried to run the application in compatibility mode. When this didn't work, you temporarily disabled UAC, but this still didn't fix the problem.

You must get the application to work correctly on this computer.

What should you do next?
Implement a shim from the Compatibility Administrator
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.
A user made some modifications on the computer. You notice Internet Explorer isn't the default browser anymore.
With the least administrative effort, you need to make sure that Internet Explorer is the default browser.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a complete solution.)
In Internet Options on the "Advanced" tab, click the "Reset..." button.
In Internet Options on the "Programs" tab, click the "Make default" button.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.
Your company has a corporate intranet Web site. You open Internet Explorer as shown in the image.
You need to ensure that you can access Web pages on both the Internet and the intranet.

What should you do?
From the Tools menu, click Work Offline.
You manage several computers running Windows 7.

A user made some modifications on the Advanced tab in Internet Explorer and is now having some problems.

You need to restore the default Internet Explorer settings with the least amount of effort.

What should you do?
In Internet Options on the "Advanced" tab, click the "Restore advanced settings" button.
You manage several computers running Windows 7.
Desktop users have an in-house application that is hosted on your intranet Web server. When a user clicks a specific option int he application, they receive an error message that the popup was blocked.
You need to configure the security settings so that users can see the pop-up without compromising overall security.

What should you do?
Add the URL of the Web site to the Local Intranet zone.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.
Using Internet Explorer 8, you need to set restriction on ActiveX controls.
Select the tab you would choose to set the restrictions?
Security Tab
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You need to restrict access to Web sites that contain nudity, sex, or violence.

What should you do?
Enable the Content Advisor.
You have a computer running Windows 7.

Multiple people use the computer. One of the users installs a new Internet Explorer add-on that interferes with the browsing functionality of other users on the system, but the add-on is necessary for business purposes.

What should you do?
Instruct the other users to log on and disable the add-on.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Home Premium.
You have enabled the content Advisor in Internet Explorer 8.
While browsing the Internet, a specific Web site is blocked by the Content Advisor. you want users to be able to view the Web site.

What should you do?
In Internet Options, use the "Content" tab to add the Web site as an approved site.
You have a computer running Windows 7.
You must prevent Internet Exporer from saving data during a browsing session.

What should you do?
Open an InPrivate Browsing session.
You have many computers running Windows 7 Enterprise. The computers are members of a domain.

Your company uses a site on its intranet to manage customer records. Your company also uses a site on the Internet to mange customer files. Both the intranet site and the Internet site were developed for Internet Explorer 7.

Without user intervention, you want both sites to display properly in Internet Explorer 8, but not affect other sites found on the Internet net.

What should you do?
Use Group Policy to enable Compatibility View using the URL of the Internet website.
You have a computer running windows 7 Ultimate. Using Internet Explorer 8, a user downloaded an ActiveX control and now the browser seems unstable.

You need to remove the ActiveX control.

What should you do?
Use the Programs tab in Internet Options.
You have a computer running Windows 7.
Multiple people use the computer. Users sometimes allow Internet Explorer to remember passwords when accessing various Web sites. You need to secure the computer against the possibility that the stored passwords can be stolen off the system.

What should you do?
In the AutoComplete settings, clear the User names and passwords on forms check box.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Home Premium.
While using Internet Explorer 8, you want to protect yourself from phishing sties.

What should you do?
Enable the SmartScreen filter.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Professional. The computers are members of a domain.
You need to protect the computers while users browse the Internet with Internet Explorer 8. You want to display a warning message to users when they attempt to visit a Web site that is known to host malware.

What should you do?
Enable the SmartScreen filter.
You recently bought a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

After using Internet Explorer 8, you notice that over 10 of your favorite Web sites are not displaying properly.
With the least amount of administrative effort, you want to configure Internet Explorer 8 so that the sites display properly. You do not want to affect how other sites on the Internet are displayed.

What should you do first?
Use Windows Update to update the list of Web sites which require Compatibility View.
You manage several computers that run Windows 7.

You would like to have better control over the applications that run on these computers, so you have decided to implement AppLocker. You have created default rules and an executable rule that allows the company's accounting application to run. You notice that you can still run any program on your test client.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a possible solution.)
Set the enforcement mode for executable rules to Enforce rules.
Start the Application Identity service on the client
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.
You want to prevent users from running any file with a .bat or .vbs extension unless the file is digitally signed by your organization.

What should you do?
- In application control policies, create a script rule with a publisher condition.
You manage a computer running Windows 7 and shared by multiple users.
Recently, users have downloaded and installed two malware programs onto the computer. After download, the applications are installed by running programs with a .msi extension. The files are not digitally signed.
You want to prevent all users from installing these applications, regardless of how they have obtained the files.

What should you do?
In application control policies, create a Windows Installer rule with a file hash condition.
You have a windows 7 computer that is shared by multiple users at work.
You want to allow only members of the Sales team to run the sales lead application. The rule should use the digital signature of the software and apply to all current and future versions of the applications, regardless of the filename or its location.
You decide to create an executable rule with a publisher condition using application control policies.
Browse and select the executable file for the application. Modify the rule to include the product name information.
You have a windows 7 computer that is shared by multiple users at work.
You want to allow only members of the Sales team to run the sales lead application. The rule should use the digital signature of the software and apply to all current and future versions of the applications, regardless of the filename or its location.
You decide to create an executable rule with a publisher condition using application control policies.

What should you do?
Browse and select the executable file for the application. Modify the rule to include the product name information.
You manage a Windows 7 computer that is shared by multiple users.
You want to prevent users from running a common game on the computer. You want to prevent the game from running even if the executable file is moved or renamed.
You decide to create a Software Restriction policy rule to protect your computer.

What should you do?
Create a hash rule.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.

You would like to prevent users from running all software on the computer except for software that has been digitally signed. The rule should apply to all known and unknown software.

What should you do?
Configure an executable rule in application control policies with a publisher condition.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.
You want to find out who has been running a specific game on your computer. You do not want to prevent users from running the program, but instead want to log information when the file runs. The application is not digitally signed.

What should you do?
In application control policies, create an executable rule with a path condition that identifies the file. For executable rules, configure "Audit only".
You have a windows 7 computer that is shared by multiple users at work.

You want to allow only members of the Sales team to run the sales lead application. The rule should apply to all current and future versions of the application, regardless of the filename or its location.

What should you do?
Create an executable rule with a publisher condition in application control policies.
You manage several computers running Windows 7. All computers are members of the domain.

You use an internal Web site that uses Integrated Windows Authentication. You attempt to connect to the Web site and are prompted for authentication.

You verify that your user account has permission to access the Web site. You need to ensure that you are automatically authenticated when you connect to the Web site.

What should you do?
Add the internal Web site to the Local intranet zone.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Enterprise. The computers are members of a domain.

Your company has an internal Web site that requires HTTPS. The Web site's certificate is self-signed.

You use HTTPS to browse to the Web site and receive the warning message as seen in the image.

You need to prevent the warning message from appearing when you access the Web site.
Import the Web site's certificate into the Trusted Root CA list
You manage a small network with Windows 7 clients, multiple subnets, and servers.

You want your computer to be able to resolve a host name for a server on your network to it IPv4 address.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a possible solution.)
- Add an A record on the DNS server.
- Edit the Hosts file on the computer.
Network Diagram

[*]-------------66.11.177.12--(_)--10.0.0.204------------10.0.0.205--(_)--10.0.0.110------------[HostA]

Key:
[*] = Internet
(_) = Router
[HostA] = Computer

You manage the small network that is connected to the Internet as shown in the graphic. You add Host A to the network. All hosts use manually-assigned TCP/IP values. The subnet where Host A resides uses a 28-bit subnet mask.

Which TCP/IP configuration values should you choose for HostA?

Choose: IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway
IP Address = 10.0.0.97
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.240
Default Gateway = 10.0.0.110
You have a small network with three subnets as shown in the graphic. IP addresses for each router interface are also indicated.

You need to connect Wrk1_A to SubnetA and Wrk5_c to SubnetC.

Which IP addresses should you use? (Select two.)
- Wrk1_A = 192.168.111.62
- Wrk5_C = 10.155.64.97
Your company has started the transition to IPv6.

You need to configure records on the DNS server so that clients can submit a host name query and receive back an IPv6 address for the specified host.

What should you do?
Create AAAA records
You mange a network with all Windows 7 clients.

As part of your IPv6 migration strategy, you have implemented ISATAP on your network.

You would like to test the communication of a client computer using ISATAP.

What should you do?
Ping the address beginning with FE80:
You mange a network with all Windows 7 clients.

As part of your IPv6 migration strategy, you have implemented Teredo on your network.

You would like to test the communication of a client computer using Teredo.

What should you do?
Ping the address beginning with 2001:
You manage a small office network with a single subnet. The network is connected to the Internet.

All client computers run Windows 7. A single server runs Windows Server 2008 RS. Computers are not a member of a domain.

Hosts use IPv6 addresses on the private network. all hosts on the private network are assigned host names such as Computer1, Computer2, etc. All computers use a DNS server at the Internet service Provider (ISP) to resolve hostnames for Internet hosts.

You need to implement a solution so that hosts on your private network can resolve hostnames for other hosts on the private network. You want to implement the solution with the least amount of effort.

What should you do?
Make sure that LLMNR is enabled on all computers.
You have installed a test network with one server and two workstations, all running IPv6. You have disabled Ipv4, and now what to test to make sure that the Ipv6 is used to communicate between hosts. You want to ping the link-local address for a host. What should you do?
ping FE80::AB134:7845:10C:9956%12
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You need to configure Windows Firewall to allow traffic for an application that dynamically opens multiple ports on an as-needed basis.

What should you do?
Add a program exception.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Ultimate. The computers are members of a workgroup.

you need to create many custom firewall rules on each computer. The rules must be specific for the Private network profile.

You should complete the task with the least amount of effort as possible.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a complete solution.)
- Configure one computer with the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security MMC snap-in. Then use the same tool to export the settings and import settings on the remaining machines.
- Configure one computer. Use "Netsh advfirewall" to export the firewall settings. Import the settings on the remaining machines.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Ultimate.

Corporate policy states that a specific connection-oriented application must be blocked from accessing the Internet.

You must use Windows Firewall with Advanced Security to complete the task.
Create an outbound rule blocking the corresponding TCP port on each machine.
You manage a laptop computer that runs Windows 7.

As part of your security auditing strategy, you would like the system to record packets that have been dropped by firewall rules on your computer. You want to record only the packets dropped on public interfaces. You do not want to record information about allowed packets.

What should you do?
In Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, configure logging for the public profile.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise.

You need to change how Windows provides notifications when the firewall blocks a new program.

Select the link that you would choose to make this change.
Change notification settings
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is a member of a domain.

The computer is used by several different users belonging to different groups.

You have a custom application on the computer. you want to configure the firewall as follows:

* Allow a specific port used by the application.
* Open the port only for members of the Sales group.

You want to make the change using the least amount of effort possible.

What should you do?
In Windows firewall with Advanced Security, add an outbound rule. Require only secure connections for the rule, and add the Sales group to the list of authorized groups.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

The computer has both wired and wireless network connections. The wired connection is on the internal private network, but the wireless connection is a public connection.

you need to allow help desk users to use Remote Assistance to help you across the wired network, but want to block any such access from the wireless network.

you want to configure Windows Firewall to allow and deny access as described.

What should you do?
Enable the Remote Assistance exception only on the private profile.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Enterprise.

The laptop is used both in a public network and a private (work) network.

The work network contains FTP servers which hold sensitive data. To protect the data, you need to ensure that the computer can connect to FTP servers only while it is connected to the private (work) network.

What should you do?
From Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, create a new rule.
You manage a Windows 7 computer connected to a business network using switches and multiple subnets. One day you find that the computer is unable to connect to the Internet, although it can communicate with a few other computers on the local subnet. You type ipconfig /all on the computer and see the following output:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : mydomain.local
Description : Broadcom network adapter
Physical Address : 00-AA-BB-CC-74-EF
DHCP Enabled : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled : Yes
IPv4 Address : 160.254.155.1 (Preferred)
Subnet Mask : 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway :
DNS Servers :
What should you do?
Verify that the DHCP server is up and functional.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. Your company has started the migration to IPv6 on your network. You need to configure your computer with a static IPv6 address. What should you do?
Run netsh
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 connected to a domain network. One day you find that your computer cannot connect to any network resources. You run the Ipconfig command and find that the network connection has been assigned the address of 169.254.12.155 with a mask of 255.255.0.0. What should you do?
Run the Ipconfig /release and Ipconfig /renew commands.
Your company has started the transition to Ipv6. You need to configure records on the DNS server so that clients can submit an IPv6 address and receive back the host name for that computer. What should you do?
Create PTR records.
You manage a Windows 7 computer connected to a business network using switches and multiple subnets. You connect a workstation to the 192.168.1.0/24 subnet. The workstation can communicate with some hosts on the private network, but not with other hosts. You run ipconfig /all and see the following:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix : mydomain.local
Description : Broadcom network adapter
Physical Address : 00-AA-BB-CC-74-EF
DHCP Enabled : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled : Yes
Ipv4 Address : 192.168.1.102(Preferred)
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.2.1
DNS Servers 192.168.2.20
What should you do?
Edit the IPv4 properties and change the default gateway.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. Your network has just transitioned from using Ipv4 to Ipv6. Ipv6 configuration is performed automatically using information received by network routers. The network does not use a DHCPv6 server. Your computer is unable to communicate with a server named Srv1. A ping test to the server using its Ipv6 address works, but fails when you use its host name. What should you do?
Run netsh with the add dnsserver option.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. Your company has started the migration to IPv6 on your network. Your network administrator tells you that the network is using stateless autoconfiguration. You need to configure your computer for IPv6 so it is correctly configured with the Ipv6 address, default gateway, and DNS server addresses. What should you do?
Edit the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPV6) properties for the network adapter. Select Obtain an IPv6 address automatically and Use the following DNS server addresses.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. Your company has started the migration to IPv6 on your network. Your network administrator tells you that the network is using stateless autoconfiguration. You need to configure your computer for IPv6 so it is correctly configured with the IPv6 address, default gateway, and DNS server addresses. The computer is currently configured to get all IPv6 information automatically. What should you do?
Run netsh interface ipv6 add dnsserver
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. Your network has just transitioned from using IPv4 to IPv6. IPv6 configuration is performed automatically using stateful DHCPv6. A DNS server on your network provides name resolution for IPv6. Your computer is having problems communicating on the network. You would like to receive new configuration information from the DHCP server as well as remove all old DNS entries in your local DNS cache. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Run ipconfig /release6 and ipconfig /renew6
Run ipconfig /flushdns
You have just received a new laptop at work that you will use on your company network and at home. The company network uses dynamic addressing, while your home network uses static addressing. You connect the laptop to the company network and everything works fine. When you take your laptop home, you cannot connect to devices on your home network or the Internet. You run ipconfig on the laptop and receive the following output:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix :
IP Address : 169.254.22.74
Subnet Mask : 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway :
You need to be able to connect to both the company network and your home network with the least amount of configuration and cost. What should you do?
Configure an alternate TCP/IP configuration.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 connected to a domain network. After reconfiguring the static address of an internal Web server named WEB3, your computer can no longer connect to WEB3. However, other users are still able to connect to the same Web server. You need to be able to connect to the website on the WEB3 server. What should you do?
Run ipconfig /flushdns
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7. The laptop uses IPv6. The network connection is configured to obtain an IPv6 address automatically. You need to see the IPv6 address that the network connection is currently using. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a possible solution.)
View the status for the network connection. Click the Details button.
Run the netsh command.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7. The laptop uses DHCP for IPv4 addressing information. You need to see the IPv4 address, subnet mask, and DNS server addresses that the network connection is currently using. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a possible solution.)
Run the netsh command.
View the status for the network connection. Click the Details button.
You have two computers running Windows 7 named Comp1 and Comp2. Both Comp1 and Comp2 received their IP addresses from a DHCP server in the network, and accessed the Internet through a common default gateway. After several changes in the network infrastructure, Comp1 is the only computer with a connection to the Internet. In addition, Comp1 is now acting as the default gateway and is sharing its Internet connection with Comp2. On Comp2, you are unable to access the Internet. You use the ipconfig /all command and discover the IP address for the Local Area Connection is 192.168.0.25. What should you do?
On Comp2, run ipconfig /renew
You have two computers running Windows 7 named Comp1 and Comp2. Both Comp1 and Comp2 received their IP addresses from a DHCP server in the network, and accessed the Internet through a common default gateway. After several changes in the network infrastructure, Comp1 is the only computer with a connection to the Internet. In addition, Cmop1 is now acting as the default gateway and is sharing its Internet connection with Comp2. On Comp2, you are unable to access the Internet. You use the ipconfig /all command and discover the IP address for the Local Area Connection is 192.168.0.25 with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. What should you do?
On Comp2, run ipconfig /renew
You have a Windows 7 Ultimate laptop computer that you use both at home and in the office. The laptop has both an Ethernet and a wireless network connection. At home you have created a simple Ethernet network that connects your home computers to the Internet through a cable modem. A friend comes over to your house for some help configuring his new laptop computer. His computer has a wireless network adapter but not an Ethernet network adapter. He wants to connect his laptop through your network to the Internet to download some drivers. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
On your laptop, configure a network bridge. Set up an ad hoc wireless connection between his computer and yours.
Configure the wireless connection to use WPA-Personal
You have a small wireless network with 10 client computers configured in a workgroup. You upgraded the firmware on two wireless devices so you can use a better security standard than WEP. Now you need to implement the new security standard. You need the greatest amount of security with the least amount of effort, and without replacing any of the wireless infrastructure. What should you do? (Select two.)
Configure each client with the same key.
Implement WPA-PSK.
You have received a new Windows 7 Business edition laptop for use at work. You configure the wireless adapter to connect to the network. You also have a wireless network at home. You configure a second profile for your home network. For several weeks, the wireless connection works fine. Whether you are at home or at work, you can start your computer and make a connection without browsing for the list of available networks. One day you come in to work to find that you can't connect. You check with the network administrator, and he states that they have prevented the SSID of the company network from being visible. You need to make it as easy as you can to connect to the company wireless network now and in the future. What should you do?
In the wireless network profile, select Connect even if the network is not broadcasting.
You have a laptop computer that runs Windows 7. Your computer is configured to connect to the wireless network at work using a wireless profile named Company1. The profile is configured to connect using 802.11b. During a recent upgrade, your company has added an 802.11n wireless router. The router is configured to support 802.11n using one radio, and 802.11b/g with the other radio. You create a second profile on your computer for the 802.11n network. You notice that your computer is connecting automatically using 802.11b. You want the computer to connect first using 802.11n, and only use 802.11b if 802.11n is unavailable. What should you do?
Move the 802.11n profile up in the list of the preferred networks.
You are configuring a small wireless network with 10 client laptops that require network access. You have configured a new wireless access point with an SSID that is not broadcasting. You have manually created a network profile on one computer, which successfully connects to the network. You would like to configure the network profile on the remaining clients with the least amount of effort. What should you do?
Use the Copy this network profile to a USB flash drive option to save the wireless network settings to a USB flash drive. On each additional client, insert the USB drive and run the utility to copy the profile settings to the client.
You want to connect a laptop computer running Windows 7 to a wireless network. The wireless network uses multiple access points and WPA2-Personal. You want to use the strongest authentication and encryption possible. SSID broadcast has been disabled. What should you do?
Configure the connection with a preshared key and AES encryption.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is a member of a domain. You need to configure the wireless network card to connect to your network at work. The connection should use a user name and password for authentication with AES encryption. What should you do?
Configure the connection to use WPA2-Enterprise.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7. The laptop has a built-in Ethernet and wireless network card. The wireless card stops working. You use the PCMCIA slot to add a wireless card to your laptop. After installing the wireless card, the adapter does not show in the list of available network adapters in the Network and Sharing Center. What should you do to troubleshoot the problem?
In Device Manager, right-click the wireless device and choose Properties. Examine the device configuration.
You have a new Windows 7 Ultimate computer with both a wired and a wireless connection. You want to configure a small wireless network at home. You install a router that connects your network to the Internet and which is the wireless access point. You have turned off SSID broadcast on the Internet router. You will connect devices using a preshared key. You need to configure your laptop to connect to the wireless network, and would like to use the most secure method available to you. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
Use WPA2-Personal security.
Manually create a network profile.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is used by several people. You want to require users to create passwords that are at least 10 characters long. You also want to prevent logon after three unsuccessful logon attempts. You need to use Local Security Policy to configure specific account policies. What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a require part of the solution.)
Set the account lockout threshold policy.
Set the minimum password length policy.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise. The computer is a member of a domain. A file server on the network named Server1 runs Windows Server 2008 R2. You log on to the computer by using an account named Mary. With the least amount of effort possible, you need to ensure that every time you connect to a shared folder on Server1, you authenticate by using an account named Admin. What should you do?
From Credential Manager, select Add a Windows Credential.
You manage a laptop that runs Windows 7. To increase security for the laptop while traveling, you decide to require a smart card for logon. You also want users to be logged off automatically when the smart card is removed. What should you do?
Edit settings in the local security policy.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is used by several people. You want to prevent users from reusing old passwords. You also want to force them to used a new password for at least 5 days before changing it again. What should you d0? (Select two. Each answer is a required part of the solution.)
Set the minimum password age policy.
Set the enforce password history policy.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You run Runas with the /savecred option to start an application. You need to delete the stored password. What shoul you do?
From the Credential Manager, remove the credential from the Vault.
Your Windows system has devices which are Personal Identity Verification (PIV) compliant. You want to implement a form of authentication which takes advantage of PIV. What should you do?
Use smart card authentication
Your Windows system is a member of a domain. To increase security as users log onto the computer, you need to implement the strongest form of multi-factor authentication. What should you do?
Require a password, a biometric scan, and a token device.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You attempt to execute a program in the C:\Program Files\AccWiz directory, but you receive a prompt to elevate your privileges. You need to execute the program without receiving a prompt for elevated privileges. You also need to prevent harmful applications from making unwanted changes to the system. What should you do?
Use runas.exe to execute the program in the C:\Program Files\AccWiz directory.
You manage a Windows 7 computer. For the D:\Reports\Finances.xls file, you explicitly grant the Mary user account the Allow Modify NTFS permissions. You need to move the file from the existing folder to the C:\Reports2 folder. You want to keep the existing NTFS permissions on the fold. You want to accomplish this with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Use the robocopy command to copy the file to the C:\Reports2 folder.
You manage a Windows 7 computer. You need to control access to the D:\Reports folder as follows:
Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files, edit them, and add new files. They should not be able to delete or rename files.
Mary needs to be able to open and view files, but should not be able to modify the files or delete them.
Mary is a member of the Accounting group. You want to assign NTFS permissions taking the least amount of actions possible and affecting existing permissions as little as possible. What should you do?
Remove Mary from the Accounting group. Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, read, and modify to the Accounting group. Assign allow Read & execute, List folder contents, and Read to Mary.
You manage a Windows 7 computer. You need to control access to the D:\Reports folder as follows: Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files, edit them, and add new files. They should not be able to delete or rename files. Mary needs to be able to modify existing files the folder, add new files to the folder, but should not be delete or rename files. Mary is a member of the Accounting group. You want to assign NTFS permissions taking the least amount of actions possible and affecting existing permissions as little as possible. What should you do?
Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, and read to the Accounting group. Assign Allow Write to Mary.
You share a single Windows 7 Professional computer with Judith and Dalton. You are the owner of the D:\Reports folder. Judith needs to be able to see the files and subfolder in the D:\Reports folder. Dalto needs to be able to do these same things, but also to delete folders. you need to assign the necessary NTFS permissions to the D:\Reports folder. What should you do?
Grant Read & Execute to Judith; Modify to Dalton
The D:\ drive in your computer has been formatted with NTFS. The Sales group on your computer has been given Allow Modify to the D:\Sales folder. The Mary user account is a member of the Sales group. You want to accomplish the following: Mary should not be allowed access to the D:\Sales\2010Sales.doc file. Mary should be able to read, write, and create new files in the D:\Sales folder. Your solution should not affect the abilities of other Sales group members to access files int eh D:\Sales folder. What should you do?
Edit the properties for the file; assign Mary the Deny Full Control permission
You manage a Windows 7 computer. You need to control access to the D:\Reports folder as follows:
Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files, edit them, and add new files. They should not be able to delete or rename files.
Mary needs to be able to open and view files, but should not be able to modify the files.
Mary is a member of the Accounting group. You want to assign NTFS permissions taking the least amount of actions possible and affecting existing permissions as little as possible. What should you do?
Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, Read, and Write to the Accounting group. For the Mary user account, Deny the Write permissions.
You manage a Windows 7 computer. You need to control access to the D:\Reports folder as follows:
Members of the Accounting group should be able to open and view all files but not modify them.
Mary needs to be able to modify existing files in the folder, add new files to the folder, but should not be able to delete or rename files. Mary is a member of the Accounting group. You want to assign NTFS permissions taking the least amount of actions possible. What should you do?
Assign Allow Read & execute, List folder contents, and Read to the Accounting group. Assign Allow Write to Mary.
Your Windows 7 computer has two hard drives as shown in the image. The C: drive is running out of space. You would like to move the C:\Finances folder to the D: drive. Existing NTFS permissions should be kept on the folder following the move. You want to accomplish this with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Run the convert command, followed by the xcopy command.
An employee has a Windows 7 laptop. The employee has just been fired, but not before he assigned Deny Full Control permission to Everyone to all the files and folders on the laptop. All users, including you, are now blocked from accessing these important files. You are the administrator and you need to make these files available as quickly as possible. What should you do?
Take ownership of the files, and change the permissions.
You manage a Windows 7 computer. For the D:\Reports\Finances.xls file, you explicitly grant the Mary user account the Allow Modify NTFS permissions. You need to move the file from the existing folder to the D\Confidential folder. You want to keep the existing NTFS permissions on the fold. You want to accomplish this with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Move the file to the new folder.
You have a Windows 7 computer that is shared by multiple users. Sally wants to access a file in the Reports folder. A group named Sales has been granted the Full Control permission to the Reports folder and all subfolders and files. You add Sally as a member of the Sales group, but she still cannot access the file that she needs. You want to let Sally access the Reports folder. What should you do?
Remove Sally from any other groups that have been explicitly denied access to the Reports folder.
You have a laptop computer running Windows 7 Home Premium. You connect your computer to a wired network at work and a wireless network at home. You want to configure your computer to use a different default printer for each network. What should you do first?
Upgrade your computer to Windows 7 Professional.
You have several computers running Windows 7 Enterprise. The computers are members of a domain. You are configuring security settings that will be distributed to all computers on you network. You want to identify denied attempts to change a user's group membership in a computer's local database. Select the Audit Policy that will meet this requirement.
Audit account management
You have several computers running Windows 7 Enterprise. The computers are members of a domain. You are configuring security settings that will be distributed to all computers on you network. You want to identify denied attempts to manipulate files on computers that have been secured through NTFS permissions. Select the Audit Policy that will meet this requirement.
Audit Object access
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The computer is shared by three other users. You notice that some of your documents have been modified. You want to use auditing to track any changes to your documents. In the audit policy in the local security policy, you enable auditing of successful object access events. To test auditing, you make some changes to some files. However, when you examine the computer's Security Log, no auditing events are listed. You want to make sure an event is listed in the Security log whenever one of your documents is modified. What should you do?
Edit the advanced security properties of the folder containing your documents.
You manage a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise. You are configuring security settings that will identify when people attempt to log on with an incorrect password. You need the computer to note the failed attempts in its own audit log. You want to use Local Security Policy that create the settings. What should you do?
Enable the Audit account logon events
You manage a computer running Windows 7. Previously, you configured the following auditing settings: You enabled the Audit object access policy to log failed events. You configured auditing on several files, folder, and registry settings for a specific group for failed Read and Modify actions. Now you would like to audit only failed attempts to vie or modify registry settings. You no longer want to log audit entries for files access. You need to make the change with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
In the local security policy, stop auditing for the Audit object access policy. Enable the Audit Registry advanced audit policy
You manage a computer running Windows 7. You would like to configure your system so that an event is recorded any time a user successfully or unsuccessfully logs on. You do not want to record events related to logoff. What should you do?
Configure advanced audit policies in the local security policy
You mange a laptop computer that runs Windows 7. You would like to log all of the packets that are dropped by the firewall on your computer. What should you do?
In the local security policy, configure object access policies for the Windows Filtering Platform (WFP). View audit entries in the Security log in Event Viewer.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is a member of the mydomain.local Active Directory domain. You take your laptop home and use it on your home network. You would like to create a HomeGroup from your laptop that can be used on your home network. What should you do?
Disjoin your computer from the domain
On your Windows 7 computer, you share the D:\Reports folder using a sharename of Reports. You need to configure permissions on the shared folder as follows: Members of the Accounting group should be able to view files, but not modify them. Phil, a member of the Accounting group needs to be able to open and edit files in the shared folder. No one else should be allowed access. You need to assign the necessary permissions without assigning extra permissions beyond what is required and without affecting other access that might already be configured on the computer. You need to complete the task using the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Add the Accounting group and assign the Read permission. Add the Phil user account and assign Read/Write permission
You Windows 7 computer has a shared folder named Reorg. The folder contains sensitive information about planned changes in the personnel structure.

You configure permissions on the folder to deny access to unauthorized users.

You want to prevent users from seeing this share when they browse the computers on the network. You still need to allow access to users who are authorized to use the share.

What should you do?
Stop sharing the folder. Share the folder again as Reorg$ with the same permissions as before.
On your Windows 7 computer, you share the D:\Apps folder using a sharename of Apps. You need to configure permissions to share as follows: Members of the Appusers group should be able to open and view files in the shared folder. User JohnS should not have any access to file in the shared folder. JohnS is a member of the Appusers group. You need to assign the necessary permissions without assigning extra permissions beyond what is required and without affecting other access that might already be configured on the computer. You need to complete the task using the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Assign Allow Read permission to Appusers, and assign Deny Read permission to JohnS
You have a small home network with the following computers:

* Comp1 runs Windows 7 Home
* Comp2 runs Windows 7 Home Premium
* Comp3 runs windows 7 Professional

You want to create a Home Group for your network. Which of the following should be part of your configuration?
(Select the two most correct answers. Each choice is a required configuration step.)
- Set the network location to Home.
- Create the HomeGroup on Comp2 or Comp3.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is a member of the mydomain.local Active Directory domain.

You take your laptop home and connect it on your home network using a wireless connection.

You would like to join the Homegroup from your laptop that has already been created on your home network.

What should you do?
Turn on Network Discovery.
Your Windows 7 computer has a folder named D:\SalesDocs. The folder has been shared with the sharename of SalesDocs. The D: drive is formatted with NTFS.

The following permissions have been configured for the folder:
NTFS permissions:
Users group = Allow-Read
Sales group = Allow-Modify

Share permissions:
Users group = allow-Read
Sales group = Allow-Change

Sally is a member of both the Users and Sales group. She needs to be able to read and modify all files in the SalesDocs shared folder except for the StyleGuide.doc file. Sally should be able to read StyleGuide.doc but not modify it.

What should you do?
Set Sally's NTFS permission for StyleGuide.doc to Deny Write.
You have a Windows 7 computer that you use at home.

You have a small network set up, with each member of the family having their own computer. You would like to share files such as pictures, videos, and music on your computer with other members of your family. Your mother should be able to modify any of these files, while everyone else should only have read-only access.

You want to use the simplest method to make these files available while providing the level of access specified.

What should you do?
Enable file and printer sharing in the Network and Sharing Center. Share specific folder and configure the necessary permissions.
You manage a Windows 7 computer on a small home network.

You want to share the following folders on your computer with users on the network:

* D:\Clipart
* D:\Fonts
* D:\VacationPictures

You want to allow access meeting the following requirements:

* Users will access all folders through a single share.
* The share should include only these folders and no others.
* The folders should remain in their current locations in the file system structure.

What should you do?
Create a library. Add all folders to the library. Share the library with the HomeGroup.
You have a folder on your Windows 7 computer that you would like memb3ers of your development team to access.

You want to restrict network and local access to only specific users. All other users must not be able to view or modify the files in the folder.

What should you do? (Select two.)
- Place the files on an NTFS partition.
- Configure both share and NTFS permissions.
You have a Windows 7 computer.

You use the computer at home with a small network used by members of your family.

you want to share the contents of a folder with other users over your network. most users should have read-only access, but you want to explicitly deny access to other users.

you want to configure the permissions using the least amount of effort possible.

What should you do?
Right-click the folder and select 'Properties'. Configure Advanced Sharing on the 'Sharing' tab.
You manage a Windows 7 computer.

One day you are downloading some new mp3 files to your computer. You save the files directly to the Music library on your computer.

You want to copy the new files to a different folder on your computer. You view the properties of the Music library and see the dialog shown in the image.

What should you do?
Copy the new files from the 'C:\Users\Public\Public Music' folder.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Professional. The computer is a member of the mydomain.local Active Directory domain.

You travel to a branch office in your company. The branch office has 5 computers running Windows 7 Ultimate edition. Computers in the branch office are not domain members. All computers use a HomeGroup for file sharing.

You want to join the HomeGroup in the branch office.

What should you do?
Set the network location for the connection to Home.
You have a folder on your Windows 7 Professional computer that you would like to share with members of your development team. Users should be able to view and edit any file int he shared folder.

You share the folder and give Everyone Full Control permission to the shared folder.

Users connect to the shared folder and report that they can open the files, but they can not modify any of the files.

What should you do?
Modify the NTFS permissions on the folder.
On your Windows 7 computer, you share the D:\Promo folder using a sharename of Promo.

The share has been assigned the following permissions:
User/Group Permission
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Telesales group = Allow Read
Training group = Deny Full Control
Managers group = Allow Change
Mary user = Allow Change

The Mary user account is a member of the Training group. NTFS permissions allow all access.

Mary needs to be able to edit documents in the shared folder but cannot. You need to modify the share permissions to allow her the necessary access.

What should you do? (Choose two. each choice is a possible solution.)
- Change the 'Training' group permission to allow Read.
- Remove the 'Mary' user account from the 'Training' group.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7.

You connect your laptop to the network at work to allow an associate to copy files from your computer.

Other computers on the network are not able to discover your computer, and your computer is not able to build an accurate network map in the Network and Sharing Center. You open the Network and Sharing Center and see the information shown in the image.

What should you do?
Change the network type to Home
Your Windows 7 computer has a folder named D:\SalesDept. The D: drive is formatted with FAT32.

You need to allow network access to the folder as follows:

- Members of the Sales group should have read-only access to content in the folder.
- Members of the SalesAdmin group should be able to open, edit, andd add new files to the folder.
- No other users should have access.

Members of the SalesAdmin group are also members of the Sales group. You want to assign as few permissions as possible.

What should you do?
Share the SalesDept folder. Grant Read permission to the Sales group and Change permission to the SalesAdmin group. Remove Everyone from the access control list.
You manage a Windows 7 computer. The computer has a printer shared with the name of Printer1. You need to modify the permissions that apply to the shared printer for network users. What should you do?
In Devices and Printers, right-click the printer and select Printer properties. Edit the Security settings.
You manage a Windows 7 computer with an attached printer. You share the printer using a share name of Printer1. You assign the Allow Print permission for the printer to the Sales group. However, you discover that users who are not members of this group can print to the printer. You want only members of the Sales group print to Printer1. What should you do?
Remove Everyone from the printer's access control list.
You have a new laptop computer running Windows 7 Professional. You need to connect your computer to a wired network at work and a wireless network at home. While connected to your work network, you set the default printer. You want to configure a different default printer to use when connected to your home network. What should you do?
In Devices and Printers, click Manage default printers.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7. The computer has a shared printer named Printer1. You want to let Chat pause, restart, and delete print jobs on the printer. Chad should not be allowed to delete the printer or change its properties. Chad is a member of the Sales group. Currently, the Everyone group has the Allow Print permission to the printer. What should you do?
Assign Chad the Allow Manage Documents permission to the printer.
You manage a Windows 7 computer with a printer that is used by the Sales department. The sales manager has asked you to restrict access to the printer as follows:
● Sally needs to connect to a printer, print documents, and pause and resume her own print jobs.
● Damien needs to pause and resume documents for all users, but does not need to change printer properties.
You want to assign the most restrictive permissions that meet the sales manager's requirements. What should you do? (Choose two. Each choice is a required part of the correct solution.)
Assign Sally the Print permission.
Assign Damien the Manage Documents permission.
You have a new laptop computer running Windows 7 Professional. You need to connect your computer to a wired network at work and a wireless network at home. While connected to your work network, you set the default printer. You want to configure a different default printer to use when connected to your home network. In Devices and Printers, you click Manage default printers. Your home wireless network does not appear in the list of available networks. What should you do?
Connect to the wireless network.
Rodney, a user in the research department, uses a Windows 7 Professional laptop computer with a single NTFS volume.

Rodney recently left the company on short notice. Rodney's manager, Kate, wants access to all of Rodney's files.

You make Kate's account an administrator for Rodney's computer and give her the computer. Later, Kate informs you that she cannot open one of Rodney's documents, receiving an access denied message.

you realize that Kate is trying to access a file that Rodney encrypted using EFS. You want to let Kate open the file.

What should you do?
Log on to the laptop using an account with DRA privileges. Clear the Encrypt attribute on the file.
You have two computers: Comp1 is running Windows XP Professional and Comp2 is running windows 7 Professional.

After moving EFS-encrypted files from Comp1 to Comp2, no one can open the files and access the data.

You need to open the EFS-encrypted files on comp1.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a complete solution.)
- Use USMT to transfer the encryption certificates.
- Use Cipher.exe to transfer the encryption certificates.
Your Windows 7 computer has two hard drives.
C: = 32.00 GB NTFS
D: = 2 GB FAT32

The C:\Finances folder and its contents have been encrypted.

You need to move the C:\Finances\Reports.xls file to the D: drive. You want the file to remain encrypted.

You want to accomplish this with the least amount of effort possible.

What should you do?
Run the 'convert' command followed by the 'xcopy' command
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate edition.

You have been encrypting files on your computer using EFS and a self-signed certificate.

You now want to protect your encrypted files using a certificate on a smart card. You install a smart card reader and obtain a smart card with a new certificate.

You want to make sure that all encrypted files use the certificate on the smart card.

What should you do first?
Run 'rekeywiz'
You have a Windows 7 laptop that is shared by three users. The computer is a member of a domain.

Each user has been using EFS to encrypt their personal files on the laptop.

You would like to add your user account as a recovery agent so you can recover any encrypted file encrypted by any user on the laptop. You would like to store the recovery keys on a smart card.

You install a smart card reader and obtain a new smart card with a certificate that can be used for EFS recovery. You add a data recovery agent using Group Policy.

What should you do next?
Have each user run 'cipher /u'
You have two computers that run Windows 7 Professional: Comp1 and COmp2. Both computers are members of a domain.

You have a domain user account named EFS-Recovery.

You use the user account to recover some files on Comp1.

You need to recover some files on Comp2, but are unsuccessful.

What should you do?
Export the recovery agent keys from Comp1 and import them to Comp2.
You have a Windows 7 laptop that is shared by three users. The computer is not a member of a domain.

Each user has been using EFS to encrypt their personal files on the laptop.

You would like to add your user account as a recovery agent so you cna recover any encrypted file encrypted by any user on the laptop. You would like to store the recovery keys on a smart card.

What should you do first?
Run "cipher /r"
You have tow computers that run Windows 7 Home Premium: Comp1 and Comp2. Both computers are members of a HomeGroup; neither computer is a domain member.

On Comp1, you share the C:\Files folder with the HomeGroup. The C:\Files\data.doc file is encrypted.

From Comp2, you can access all of the files in the C:\Files folder except for the data.doc file.

What should you do?
Copy your private key from Comp1 to Comp2.
Rodney, a user in the research department, uses a Windows 7 Professional laptop computer with a single NTFS volume. Rodney shares the laptop with his manger, Kate.

Rodney stores private company documents in the C:\Data folder on his laptop. Both Rodney and Kate access the documents when they are using the laptop.

Rodney is concerned about the documents falling into the wrong hands if his laptop is stolen. Rodney wants to protect the entire contents of the C:\Data folder.

You want to help Rodney encrypt the contents of the C\Data folder so that Kate and Rodney are the only authorized users.

What should you do?
Instruct Rodney to log on to his computer, edit the properties of the C:\Data folder, and enable encryption. Add Kate as an authorized user for each file in the C:\Data folder.
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Windows Security
Encrypting File System
To share file access with other users, select their certificate from the list and click OK.

Mary
Issuer: Mary
Valid From: 5/26/2010 to 5/2/2110
Click here to view certificate prope...
OK Cancel
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You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

Mary and mark share the computer. Mary encrypts a file by using Encrypting File System (EFS). When Mary attempts to grant mark access to the file, she sees the above dialog.

You need to ensure that Mary can grant Mark access to the file.

What should you do?
Instruct Mark to log on to the computer and encrypt a file.
You can manage encrypted files or folder using the 'Cipher' command.

Describe each command line's behavior.

Cipher
Cipher /k
Cipher /r
Cipher /rekey
Cipher /u
Cipher by itself displays the encryption state of a folder or the files it contains.

Cipher /k creates a new file encryption key for the user running Cipher.

Cipher /r generates recovery agent keys.

Cipher /rekey changes the certificate used to encrypt files.

Cipher /u updates (or adds) encryption keys or recovery agent keys if they have changed.
C:\Windows\system32> netsh branchcache show status all

BranchCache Service Status:
--------------------------------------
Service Mode = Hosted Cache Client (Set By Group Policy)
Current Status = Running
Service Start Type = Manual
Hosted Cache Location = http://file1.mydomain.com (Set By Group Policy)

Local Cache Status:
-----------------------------
Maximum Cache Size = 5% of hard disk
Active current Cache Size = 0 Bytes
Local Cache Location = C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\PeerDistRepub ( Default)

Publication Cache Status:
-------------------------------------
Maximum Cache Size = 1% of hard disk
Active Current Cache Size = 0 Bytes
Publication Cache Location = C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\PeerDistPub (Default)

Networking Status:
-----------------------------
Content Retrieval URL Reservation = Configured (Required)
Hosted Cache URL Reservation = Configured (Not Required)
SSL Certificate Bound to Hosted Cache Port = Not configured (Not Required)
Content Retrieval Firewall Rules = Enabled (Required)
Peer Discovery Firewall Rules = Disabled (Not Required)
Hosted Cache Server Firewall Rules = Disabled (Not Required)
Hosted Cache Client Firewall Rules = Enabled (Required)

You have a computer that runs windows 7 Ultimate.

You work out of a branch office with BranchCache configured. The configuration caches files on a server in the branch office. Only HTTP and not SMB traffic is cached on the server. All file transfers should use encrypted communications.

you run the 'netsh' command on your client computer and see the output listed in the image.

How should you modify the client configuration?
Enable additional firewall rules.
You work for a company with headquarters in Seattle and an office in Olympia.

A single server in the Seattle office runs Windows Server 2008 R2 and holds all shared files for the company.

The office in Olympia has 5 client computers, all running Windows 7. The Olympia office is connected to the Seattle office with a WAN link.

you want to implement BranchCache in the Olympia office using Hosted Cache mode.

Which of the following vest describes the infrastructure requirements?
Clients running Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise; server running Windows Server 2008 R2 in Olympia; Active Directory Certificate Services
You work for a company with headquarters in Seattle and an office in Olympia.

A single server in the Seattle office runs Windows Server 2008 R2 and holds all shared files for the company.

The office in Olympia has 5 client computers, all running Windows 7. The Olympia office is connected to the Seattle office with a WAN link.

You want to implement BranchCache in the Olympia office using Distributed Cache mode.

Using Group Policy, you enable the following policies:

* Turn on BranchCache
* Set BranchCache distributed Cache mode

What else is required to complete the configuration?
Configure advance firewall rules to allow the necessary ports.
You work for a company with headquarters in Seattle and an office in Olympia.

A single server in the Seattle office runs Windows Server 2003 and holds all shared files for the company.

The office in Olympia has 5 client computers, all running windows 7. The Olympia office is connected to the Seattle office with a WAN link.

You want to implement BranchCache in the Olympia office.

What should you do?
Upgrade the server in Seattle to Windows Server 2008 R2. configure BranchCache in Distributed Cache mode.
C:\ Windows\system32\netsh branchcache show status all

The above command was run and received the following output.

BranchCache service Status:
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Service Mode = Hosted Cache Client (Set By Group Policy)
Current Status = Running
Service Start Type = manual
Hosted Cache Location = file1.mydomain.com (Set By Group Policy)

Local Cache Status:
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Maximum Cache Size = 5% of hard disk
Active Current Cache Size = 0 Bytes
Local Cache Location = C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\PeerDistRepub (Default)

Publication Cache Status:
----------------------------------------------
Maximum cache Size = 1% of hard disk
Active Current Cache Size = 0 Bytes
Publication Cache Location = C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\PeerDistPub (Default)

Network Status:
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Content Retrieval URL Reservation = Configured (Required)
Hosted Cache URL Reservation = Configured (Not Required)
SSL Certificate Bound To Hosted Cache Port = Not Configured (Not Required)
Content Retrieval Firewall Rules = Disabled (Required)
Peer Discovery Firewall Rules = Disabled (Required)
Hosted Cache Server Firewall Rules = Disabled (Not Required)
Hosted Cache Client Firewall Rules = Enabled (Required)

You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Ultimate.

You work out of a branch office with BranchCache configured. The configuration caches files on a server in the branch office. all file transfers should use encrypted communications.

You run the 'netsh' command on your client computer and see the output listed.

How should you modify the client configuration?
Enable additional firewall rules.
C:\Windows\system32> netsh branchcache show status all

BranchCache Service Status:
--------------------------------------
Service Mode = Hosted Cache Client (Set By Group Policy)
Current Status = Running
Service Start Type = Manual
Hosted Cache Location = http://file1.mydomain.com (Set By Group Policy)

Local Cache Status:
-----------------------------
Maximum Cache Size = 5% of hard disk
Active current Cache Size = 0 Bytes
Local Cache Location = C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\PeerDistRepub ( Default)

Publication Cache Status:
-------------------------------------
Maximum Cache Size = 1% of hard disk
Active Current Cache Size = 0 Bytes
Publication Cache Location = C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\PeerDistPub (Default)

Networking Status:
-----------------------------
Content Retrieval URL Reservation = Configured (Required)
Hosted Cache URL Reservation = Configured (Not Required)
SSL Certificate Bound to Hosted Cache Port = Not configured (Not Required)
Content Retrieval Firewall Rules = Enabled (Required)
Peer Discovery Firewall Rules = Disabled (Not Required)
Hosted Cache Server Firewall Rules = Disabled (Not Required)
Hosted Cache Client Firewall Rules = Enabled (Required)

You have a computer that runs windows 7 Ultimate.

You work out of a branch office with BranchCache configured. The configuration caches files on a server in the branch office. Only HTTP and not SMB traffic is cached on the server. All file transfers should use encrypted communications.

you run the 'netsh' command on your client computer and see the output listed in the image.

How should you modify the client configuration?
Change the hosted cache location to file1.mydomain.com.
You work for a company with headquarters in Seattle and an office in Olympia.

A single server in the Seattle office runs Windows Server 2008 R2 and holds all shared files for the company.

The office in Olympia has 5 client computers, all running Windows 7. The Olympia office is connected to the Seattle office with a WAN link.

You want to implement BranchCache in the Olympia office, caching all contents on a server in the Olympia office.

What should you do to configure the client computers int he Olympia office?
Run the 'netsh' command to set the BranchCache mode to Hosted Cache. Use the FQDN of the server in the Olympia office.
You work for a company with headquarters in Seattle and an office in Olympia.

The office in Olympia has 5 client computers, all running Windows 7. The Olympia office is connected to the Seattle office with a WAN link. All servers are located in the Seattle office, and shared files are stored on those servers.

You want to improve file access for users in the Olympia office to meet the following requirements:

* Copies of files should be saved on the client computers in the Olympia office.
* Only a single copy of each file should exist in the Olympia office.
* Files should only be transferred once from the Seattle office to the Olympia office (unless the file has changed).
* Copies of the files in the Olympia office should be shared and available to all computers in that office.
* Files should be encrypted during transit between the two offices.

Which features should you implement in the Olympia office?
BranchCache
You have configured BranchCache on client computers in your branch office to use Distributed Cache mode.

You want to view the status of the BranchCache configuration on a Windows 7 client computer.

What should you do?
At a command prompt, run the 'Netsh' command with the appropriate BranchCache parameters.
You have a computer running windows 7. The computer is a member of a domain.

Your domain contains a DHCP server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2. The server is configured as a Network Access Protection (NAP) enforcement point.

You need to configure the computer as a NAP client.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a required part of the solution.)
- On the client, start the Network Access Protection Agent service. Configure the service to auto-start.
- On the client, enable the enforcement client for DHCP.
You have several laptops running Windows 7. The laptops are members of a domain.

Several employees in your company use the laptop computers to connect to the company network. Because they often use these laptops while traveling or to help them do their jobs, you can't prevent them from connecting to the network. However, you are concerned that many of these laptops don't have the latest security patches installed.

You want to implement a solution so that laptops are checked for the latest security updates as they connect to the network. If the required updates are missing, you want to prevent these computers from having full access to the private network.

What should you do?
- Implement Network Access Protection (NAP) with a quarantine network.
You have several laptops running Windows 7 Enterprise. The laptops are members of a domain with a server running Windows Server 2008 R2.

You have been put in charge of providing a VPN solution for your company. you want the VPN connection to automatically reconnect if the VPN connection is lost or disconnected.

You decide to use VPN Reconnect, but you need to ensure each laptop will make the correct VPN connection to the server.

What should you do?
- Use Internet Key Exchange version 2 (IKEv2) as the VPN protocol.
You have several laptops running Windows 7. The laptops are members of a domain.

You have been put in charge of providing a VPN solution for all members of the Sales team.

Salesmen complain that with the previous VPN solution, there were many times that they were unable to establish the VPN solution because the hotel or airport firewalls blocked the necessary VPN ports.

You need to come up with a solution that will work in most instances.

What should you do?
- Use Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) as the VPN protocol.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You need to configure the laptop to use a VPN connection to the company VPN server.

Select the link you would use to begin setting up the VPN connection.
Set up a New connection or network
You have a computer running windows 7 Professional.

You use a VPN connection to access resources on a corporate intranet.

In addition to accessing the intranet resources, you need to access the Internet while the VPN connection is active; however, you do not want to send Internet traffic through the VPN connection.

What should you do?
- Configure the advanced TCP/IP settings of the VPN connection.
You have a laptop running windows 7 Enterprise. The laptop is a member of a domain with a server running Windows Server 2008 R2.

You need to use a VPN connection to access company resources from your home.

You configure a new VPN connection using the IKEv2 security protocol, and then test the connection while at work. The connection is successful.

When you test the VPN connection from your home, you find that the connection cannot be made.

What should you do?
- Open UDP ports 500 and 4500 and protocol 50 on your home router.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The computer is a member of a domain.

Your domain contains a VPN server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2.

You will use a smart card for authentication to the VPN server.

What should you do?
- Use EAP as the authentication protocol.
You have purchased a new laptop that runs Windows 7 Professional.

You want to use DirectAccess to connect the computer to your corporate intranet. You will use Group Policy to enforce DirectAccess settings on the client.

What should you do to configure the laptop for the DirectAccess connection? (Select two.)
- Join the computer to a domain.
- Upgrade the computer to Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise.
You have purchased a new laptop that runs Windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to use DirectAccess to connect the computer to your corporate intranet from home. Your home network is connected to the Internet with a single public IP address and NAT. Firewalls between your network and the intranet allow only HTTP and HTTPS traffic.

What should you do to configure the laptop for the DirectAccess connection.?
- Obtain a computer certificate for the laptop.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7.

You want to use the laptop to connect to your corporate intranet while you are at home or traveling. Your solution should meet the following requirements:

* The computer should connect automatically to the intranet without user initiation.
* All communications between your laptop and the intranet should be encrypted.
* The connection should allow for remote management of the computer from corporate intranet.
* Internet traffic should be directed to Internet servers without going through servers at the corporate network.
* The solution should work through firewalls where only HTTP and HTTPS are permitted.

Which feature should you implement?
- DirectAccess
You have a laptop computer that runs Windows 7 Ultimate. The computer is a member of a domain.

You want to use DirectAccess to access application servers on your corporate intranet. Application servers run Windows Server 2003.

You need to implement a solution that does the following:
* All communications sent to the private network over the Internet are encrypted.
* Client computers authenticate with application servers on the intranet.
* Following authentication, traffic on the intranet is not encrypted.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Upgrade application servers to Windows Server 2008 R2
- Configure selected server access (modified end-to-edge).
You manage Windows 7 computers connected to the mydomain.com Active Directory domain.

You have decided to implement DirectAccess on your network. you run the setup for DirectAccess on the DA1 server with the following choices:

* End-to-end authentication with a smart card required for authentication
* Root certificate from 'ca1.mydomain.com'
* Security group name of 'DirectAccessGroup'
* The network Location service runs on the DirectAccess server

You need to configure the client computers for the DirectAccess connection.

What should you do?
- Add the computer account for each client computer to the 'DirectAccessGroup' security group.
You would like to implement Directaccess on your corporate network.

Which of the following is not an infrastructure requirement for using Directaccess?
- Network access for files server role
You have a laptop computer that runs windows 7. The computer is a member of a domain.

You want to use DirectAccess to access application servers on your corporate intranet. Application servers run Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. You want to configure a single access method for all servers and clients.

Which connection method should you use?
- Full enterprise network access (end-to-edge)
You have previously installed Windows 7 on two new computers and configured both computers with BitLocker. Both computers have a TPM installed.

Because of a hardware failure , one of the computers will not boot. You replace the failed hardware, but now BitLocker is preventing the system from starting because it has failed the startup system integrity checks.

Which of the following would you use to reconfigure BitLocker so the system will start?
- Recovery key
You have a computer running Windows 7.

The hard drive has been protected using BitLocker. You need to update the BIOS on the computer.

What should you do first?
- Run 'manage-bde -pause'
You have a computer running windows 7.

You want to save some files on a USB thumb drive and protect the drive using BitLocker To Go. you want to be able to read these files on a computer that is running windows XP Professional. You need to implement a solution with the least amount of effort as possible.

What should you do? ( Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Include the BitLockerToGo.exe file on the USB drive.
- Format the drive using FAT32
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7.

The hard drive has been encrypted using BitLocker. BitLocker uses a TPM with a PIN and startup key.

You have lost the USB device containing the startup key. You also find that you are unable to locate the recovery key. You need to be able to boot the computer.

What should you do?
- Reformat the hard drive and reinstall Windows.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7 Professional.

You want to protect the hard drive using BitLocker and a startup key saved to a USB device.

What should you do first?
- Upgrade the computer to Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to protect all of the files on the hard drie to prevent unauthorized access. you want to prevent access to any file on the hard drive, even if the hard drive is moved to another computer.

Which feature should you implement.?
- BitLocker
You have a computer running windows 7.

You have configured a USB thumb drive with BitLocker To Go that has been formatted with FAT32. You use a password to protect the drive.

You want to be able to read and write files to the drive from a computer that is running windows XP Professional. You need to implement a solution with the least amount of effort as possible.

What should you do?
- Upgrade the Windows XP computer to Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7. The computer is a member of a domain.

You want to use BitLocker on the laptop.

Your implementation should meet the following requirements:

*The computer should start up automatically without user intervention.
* To meet security requirements, USB support must be disabled on the laptop.
* You want to automatically generate recovery keys and store those keys in a central location.

You need to implement a solution to meet the stated requirements. What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Configure Group Policy to store recovery keys in Active Directory.
- Implement BitLocker with a TPM
You have two computers that run Windows 7: Computer 1 and Computer 2. Both computers are configured with BitLocker. Both computers have TPM installed.

Because of a hardware failure, Computer 1 will not boot. You need to access the data on the drive where BitLocker was enabled as quickly as possible.

What should you do?
- Move the hard disk from Computer 1 to Computer 2. Use the recovery key from the Computer 1 to gain access to the encrypted volume.
You have a new laptop that you want to configure with Windows 7.

You would like to use BitLocker on the laptop to protect the volume used for the operating system and all user data. Your laptop does not have a Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

You need to configure the computer to use BitLocker. What should you do? (Select two. each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Install windows 7 Ultimate on the laptop.
- Configure BitLocker to use a startup key on a USB drive.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to configure the computer so that write access to removable storage devices is only allowed on drives protected with BitLocker To Go.

What should you do?
- Configure the local security policy.
You have a laptop that runs Windows 7. The computer is a member of a domain.

You would like to protect the data on your laptop to meet the following requirements.

* All operating system and user data should be encrypted.
* All user data should be inaccessible (unreadable) if the hard disk is removed and connected to a different computer.
* The computer should not boot unless a special key is found on a USB drive.
* The computer should not boot if a change ids detected in the boot files.

You need to implement a solution to meet the stated requirements. What should you do?
- Implement BitLocker with a TPM
You are getting ready to install windows 7 Ultimate on a new laptop.

You would like to configure the laptop to use BitLocker. The laptop should start up without requiring a PIN or a USB device during startup.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Create two partitions on the hard disk. Put boot files on the first partition, and operating system files and data on the second partition.
- Enable the TPM.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to be able to stop work on your laptop, save battery power, and resume as quickly as possible. You also want to protect yourself from data loss should the battery fail.

What should you do?
- Enable Hybrid Sleep
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You need to configure your laptop to save as much battery power as possible.

What should you do?
-Use the Power Saver power plan
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You keep the laptop plugged in most of the time and would like to use the full CPU power for a video project you are working on.

Select the power plan you would use to provide full CPU power?
- High Performance
You manage several laptops running Windows 7 Ultimate. The computers are members of a domain.

Laptop computers are located at a branch office and access files across a WAN link stored on a serer in the main office. all files are in a network shared named 'Data' on the server.

You want to reduce the amount of traffic across the WAN link for file reads from the 'Data' share. you want the laptops to save copies of the files locally, and use their local copies if the files on the server have not been modified. Files should not be available ont he client computers when the WAN link is down.

What should you do?
- Enable transparent caching.
You have a computer named comp1 that runs Windows 7. The computer is located in a branch office.

A server running windows Server 2008 R2 named Srv1 is located in the main office. You share a folder named 'Data' using the default caching settings.

You use Offline Files in the branch office to make the files in the 'Data' share available when the WAN link is down.

On Comp1, you want to see your synchronization partners, see the results of the latest synchronization, and view and resolve any conflicts.

What should you do?
- Open the Sync Center in the Control Panel.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You are on an airplane and are being instructed to turn off your laptop completely and immediately. You have several open windows with critical data that you cannot lose.

What should you do?
- Enable hibernation.
you use a laptop named M400 which runs windows 7 Ultimate. m400 is a member of a domain and id located in a branch office.

A Windows 2008 R2 server named Server1 contains a shared folder named Data. The server is located in the main office.

You need to configure M400 to cache the files from the 'Data' share so they can be used when M400 is not connected to the network. You want the files in the 'Data' share to automatically synchronize each time M400 connects to the network. The files must be protected by encryption; other files on M400 do not need encryption.

What should you do?
- On M400, make the 'Data' share available offline and enable encryption of offline files.
You have a computer named comp1 that runs Windows 7. The computer is located in a branch office.

A server running windows Server 2008 R2 named Srv1 is located in the main office. You share a folder named 'Data' using the default caching settings.

You use Offline Files in the branch office to make the files in the 'Data' share available when the WAN link is down.

You want to prevent all files with the .iso and .mp3 extensions from being cached.

What should you do?
- On Srv1, edit the local security policy
You have ten reginal sales people who travel extensively and use laptops to access company resources.

a Windows 2008 R2 server named Server1 contains a shared folder named 'Data'. The server is located in the main office.

You want the files in the 'Data' share to be cached automatically when opened by one of the laptops. You also want the laptop to cache any executable files that it uses from the 'Data' share.

Select the setting(s) you would choose to meet these requirements.
- All files and programs that users open from the shared folder are automatically available offline.
- Optimize performance
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Enterprise.

You would like the laptop to Sleep when the battery level becomes critically low.

Select the area you would use to configure this setting.
- Battery
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Professional.

You configured a power plan which is optimized for this laptop, and then you set it as the active plan.

You need to migrate the settings to other laptops running windows 7. Before you migrate the plan, you need to validate the power plan.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a required part of the solution.)
- At a command prompt, run 'powercfg /energy'
- At a command prompt, run 'powercfg /export'
You have a Windows 7 laptop that has offline files enabled.

You regularly access a file in a share called 'Data' on the company server where manual caching is configure.

Select the option you should choose to make a cached version of the 'Info.txt' file available when you are disconnect from the office network.
- Always available offline
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You are about to give a presentation. You connect your laptop to an external display device.

You want to make sure that your desktop icons and the Start Menu does not show up on the external display while you are presenting.

What should you do? (Choose two. Each answer is a complete solution.)
- Use the Mobility Center to extend your desktop on the external display.
- In Display properties, select Extend these displays.
You have a computer named comp1 that runs Windows 7. The computer is located in a branch office.

A server running Windows Server 2008 R2 named Srv1 is located in the main office. The server has multiple shared folders.

You use Offline Files in the branch office to make the files on the server available when the WAN link is down.

You want to prevent all files in the 'Data' share from being cached. Files in other shared folders should still be available.

What should you do?
- On Srv1, edit the properties for the 'Data' folder.
You have a laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You are about to give a presentation and would like to minimize interruptions to your presentation.

Select the option you should choose.
- Presentation Settings (Turn on)
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.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to use the Backup and Restore console to back up all user files on the computer. You want to include a system image in the scheduled backup.

To ensure you have space for all of the user files and the system image, you install a new 360 GB internal hard drive, boot the computer, and initialize the drive in Disk Management using MBR.

When you run the Backup and Restore console, you cannot include a system image during the backup job.

What should you do?
Format the new drive with NTFS.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Home Premium. The computer has a single hard drive.

You want to use the Backup and Restore console to schedule regular backups. Backups will include all user data files and a system image backup. You want the backups to run unattended.

What should you do?
Choose an external hard drive as the backup destination.
You have a computer running windows 7 enterprise.

The computer has two volumes: C: and D:.

You want to schedule backup jobs of the C: volume to include all user files and a system image of the C: volume.

You want to configure the backup job and the schedule with a minimal amount of effort.

What should you do?
Use the Backup and Restore console.
dows 7.

You have configured scheduled backups in the Backup and Restore console to take a backup each week. You save the backups to a network location.

You find that backups are not being completed because the computer is asleep when the schedule time starts, and the computer is not waking up to perform the backup. The backup destination device is awake and available.

What should you do?
Edit the backup task in Task Scheduler.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Professional.

In the Backup and Restore console, you create a backup job that includes all user data files and a system image. The backup runs successfully for several weeks.

You decide that you want the backup to run twice a week. You need to use the least amount of effort possible.

What should you do?
Edit the task in the Task Scheduler.
You have a computer running windows 7 Professional with two volumes.

The C: volume contains system settings and is formatted with NTFS. The D: volume is formatted with FAT32.

You want to create a system image backup with the D: volume as the destination.

What should you do?
Convert the D: drive to NTFS.
You have a laptop computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

The computer has a single 20 GB internal hard drive and an optical drive. The internal hard drive has a single volume which currently takes all of the disk space.

You want to sue the Backup and Restore console to create a scheduled backup that includes all user files and system image.

You purchase and attach a 30 GB USB flash drive to the computer.

When you run the Backup and Restore console, you select the flash drive as the backup destination. however, you cannot configure the settings to include a system image during the backup.

You want to configure the scheduled backup to include a system image with the least amount of effort.

What should you do?
Purchase and attach an external USB hard disk.
You have a computer running windows 7 Enterprise.

The C: drive holds all system files and is the boot volume. The D: volume holds only user data files.

You want to create a system image backup that includes both the C: and D: drives. You will save the backup to an external disk and archive it in case you need to recover your system.

What should you do?
In the Backup and Restore console, configure a system image backup.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7 Professional. The computer has a single hard drive.

You have scheduled regular backups of the computer to include everything on the hard drive. The backups are stored on a network shared folder.

You need to make a full backup of the computer right now.

What should you do?
Select the CD/DVD drive as the backup destination.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You want to use the Backup and Restore console to back up all user files on the computer.

To ensure you have space for all of the user files, you install a new hard drive, boot the computer, and initialize the drive in Disk Management.

When you run the Backup and Restore console, it does not show any valid destination drives.

What should you do? (Choose the most correct answer.)
Format the new drive with FAT32 or NTFS.
You have a computer running windows 7 Home Premium.

You schedule regular backups once a week. Backups include all user data files and system image backup.

After the first week, you see that backups are not being completed because the computer is asleep when the backup job is set to run.

You need to make sure that the scheduled backup can wake the computer. You also want to make sure that backup does not run if the computer is on battery power or stops if the computer switches to battery power.

What should you do?
Edit the settings in the Task scheduler
You have a computer running windows 7 Professional.

To protect your data form loss or corruption, you enable System Protection on all the drives in your computer. You also schedule regular backups of the system drive and all other drives using the Backup and Restore console.

After working with a file, you notice that you accidentally deleted most of the data. You need to restore the file to the point in time before you modified it.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is an independent solution.)
- Use the file properties to restore a previous version of the file.
- Use Windows Explorer to browse the 'Backup Set' folder and then copy the file.
You have a computer running windows 7 Professional.

The computer has the following two volumes:

* The C: drive is the system drive with user profiles and individual user files
* The D: drive holds data files common to all users

You take the following actions:

* You create a system image backup that includes both the C: and D: drives.
* You schedule regular backups to back up all user libraries. The scheduled backup includes a system image.
* You use System Restore to take a snapshot.

You edit and save a file on the D: drive. You decide that you don't like the changes and want to revert to a previous version of the file.

You go to the 'Previous Versions' tab of the file and see nothing listed.

To avoid this situation in the future, you must ensure that you can revert files on the D: drive to earlier versions of the file from the 'Previous Versions' tab.

What should you do? (Select two. Each answer is a possible solution.)
- Enable System Protection for the D: drive.
- Modify the backup settings in Backup and Restore to include the D: drive.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

The computer has two hard drives. The C: drive is the system drive, and the D: drive holds data files.

You perform a system image backup using the Backup and Restore console that includes both drives. Your computer takes regular restore point snapshots.

one day you find the D:\finances folder has been deleted. You check the previous versions for the drive, but find nothing listed.

You need to restore the folder and its contents as quickly as possible.

What should you do?
- Mount the .vhd file in the backup, then copy the folder to the drive.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

The computer has the following drives:

* C: (system drive with user profiles)
* E: (Data files)
* F: (External USB hard drive)

You enable System Protection on the C: drive. You also schedule regular backups with the following settings:

* Back up all user libraries
* Back up the C: and E: drives
* Include a system image
* Save the backup to the F: drive

Last night the E: drive crashed. You need to restore the data files found in the E: drive.

What should you do?
Use the Backup and Restore console to restore data from backup.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

To protect your system and data, you use the Backup and Restore console to create a system image backup.

While working with a file, you accidentally delete some of the data. You need to restore the older version of the file, but you cannot find any previous versions of the file.

What should you do? (Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Attach the .vhd file created form the Backup and Restore console.
- Use Windows Explorer to browse to and then copy the file.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

The computer is used by three different users. The computer has the following two volumes with default System Protection settings:

* C: ( System drive with user profiles and individual user files)
* E: (Data files common to all users)

Using the least effort possible, you need to protect the data on both volumes with restore points.

What should you do? (choose the answer which is most correct.)
Enable System Protection for the E: volume.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

The computer has the following tow volumes:

* The C; drive is the system drive with user profiles and individual user files
* The D: drive holds data files common to all users

You take the following actions:

* You schedule regular backups to back up all user libraries. The scheduled backup includes the entire D: drive, as well as a system image.
* You use System Restore to take a snapshot.

After working with a file on the D; drive, you accidentally delete most of the data in the file. You need to recover the file as it existed before you made the changes.

You check the System Protection settings and find that system protection is not enabled for the D: drive.

Using the least amount of effort, you must restore the data in the file.

What should you do?
Use the 'Previous Versions' tab of the file properties to restore the file.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

The computer has the following two volumes:

* The C: drive is the system drive with user profiles and individual user files
* The D: drive holds data files common to all users

You take the following actions:

* You create a system image backup that includes both the C: and D: drives.
* You schedule regular backups to back up all user libraries. The scheduled backup includes a system image.
* You use System Restore to take a snapshot.

You edit and save a file on the D: drive. You decide that you don't like the changes and want to revert to a previous version of the file.

You go to the 'Previous Versions' tab of the file and see nothing listed. You need to restore the previous version of the file.

What should you do?
Restore the file form the system image.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Professional.

Although the system drive has plenty of disk space, you add an internal hard drive to increase storage for user files.

For the past several weeks you have created and changed many files stored on the new hard drive.

You want to revert a specific file to a previous version. however, after viewing the file properties, you notice that no previous versions are available.

You must ensure that you can revert files to previous versions on the new hard drive.

What should you do?
Enable System Protection for the new hard drive.
You have a computer running windows 7 Ultimate.

To protect your data from loss or corruption, you enable System Protection on all drives in your computer. You also schedule regular backups with the following settings:

* Back up all user libraries
* Back up all drives
* Include a system image

Today you notice that your user profile settings are corrupt.

You need to restore the user profile settings with the least amount of effort.

What should you do?
Use the Backup and Restore console to restore the user profile form backup.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You install a new art application on your computer. The application recommends that you install an updated video driver. You install the new driver.

You use the computer for several days, but notice that the display doesn't seem to refresh properly. You want to sue your previous display adapter driver to correct the problem. You need to implement a solution that minimizes downtime.

What should you do?
Roll back the display adapter driver.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You take a regular file backup every Friday night, which also includes a system image backup. System Protection has been enabled for all drives on the system.

On Wednesday you receive a new version of a graphic editing application that you use regularly. You install the new application, but find that the application does not work properly. When you try to run the original application, you find that the upgrade has deleted it from your system. You also find that some of the graphics files you had been working on yesterday have been deleted.

You need to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.

What should you do? ( Select two. Each choice is a required part of the solution.)
- Use Previous Versions to restore the missing files.
- Use system Restore to revert to a restore point before you installed the application.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer has two hard disks, one internal disk and one removable hard disk. You complete a full system backup and schedule regular backups of the system drive. All backups are saved to the removable hard disk. You also enable system protection on the system disk.

The disk holding the operating system fails. you replace the disk with a new one, and now need to get the system running again as quickly as possible. you boot the computer to the Windows installation disc.

What should you do?
Perform a system image recovery.
You mange a computer that runs windows 7.

You have just added a new 300 GB hard drive to the computer. You create a single volume named 'Data' and format the volume using FAT32. The volume is assigned drive letter D:.

You copy several files to the new hard disk.

You would like the disk to be included in any restore points created on the computer.

What should you do first?
Run 'convert.exe to change the drive to NTFS.
You have a computer running Windows 7 Ultimate.

You need to create a system repair disc in case you need to recover the Windows installation after a serious error.

You run the Backup and Restore console, but are unable to create the disc.

What should you do?
Install a CD/DVD burner.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

The computer has two hard drives, both formatted with NTFS. you have enabled System Restore on both disks.

You want to delete all restore points except for the last restore point.

What should you do?
Run Disk Cleanup.
You have a desktop computer running Windows 7.

After several months of working fine, you are now having problems booting your machine. The system stalls immediately after the BIOS information screen. You need to get the system started as quickly as possible.

What should you do?
Use the Startup Repair tool
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

You have recently made some changes to your system. Things seemed to run fine for several days.

Today, your computer has started to be unstable. Shortly after logging on, the system crashes and hangs.

Which of the following will most likely correct the problem in the least amount of time?
Boot into Safe Mode and restore to a restore point.
You manage a computer that runs Windows 7.

As part of your regular system maintenance, you install the latest operating system updates.

After several days, you notice that the system locks up and reboots from time to time. You suspect that a recent update is causing the problem. You want to restore the computer to its previous state before the updates as quickly as possible.

What should you do?
Restore the system using a restore point.
You have a computer that runs windows 7.

The computer has two hard dries, both formatted with NTFS. You have enabled System Restore on both disks.

You want to delete all restore points, but still be able to make new restore points for both drives.

What should you do?
Edit the System Protection settings in System Properties and delete the restore points.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You install the drivers to connect your new PDA to the computer. Immediately following the device installation, you get a bluescreen error. You reboot the computer but it shows the same error before the boot process completes.

You need to start the computer using the least amount of effort.

What should you try first?
Reboot the system using Last Known Good Configuration from the Advanced Startup options.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.

You install a new application. During installation, the computer reboots but does not start. Pressing F8 during startup has no effect.

You need to start the computer using the least amount of effort.

What should you try next?
Boot from the installation disc and restore to a restore point.