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EXAM 70-687 Configuring Windows 8 - Lessons 3 & 4
Terms in this set (18)
Easy Transfer cable
is a special USB cable that you can use to connect two Windows computers together solely for the purpose of using the Windows Easy Transfer utility
lets administrators redirect the path of a folder to a new location. The location can be a folder on the local computer or a directory on a network file share or file server.
Group Policy Management Editor console
used to modify the folder redirection in a GPO
Group Policy object (GPO)
a collection of settings that define what a system will look like and how it will behave for a defined group of users
local user profile
A profile that Windows 8 automatically creates when each user logs on at the computer for the first time
mandatory user profile
A roaming profile that users cannot change. Administrators can use to enforce particular desktop settings for individuals or for a group of users
roaming user profile
A copy of a local user profile that is stored on a shared folder on me network, making it accessible from anywhere on me network. merges any changes with the local user profile to the server during the log off process
you have two computers running simultaneously; one is the source computer containing the user profile information you want to transfer, and the other is the destination computer running Windows 8
incorporates migration tasks into an installation script
a series of folders associated with a specific user account, that contain personal documents, user-specific registry settings, Internet favorites, and other personalized information-everything that provides a user's familiar working environment
User State Migration Tool (USMT)
a command line utility designed for large scale deployments. Can migrate profile information for multiple users on multiple computers
Windows Easy Transfer
a tool that migrates user profile information from an existing Windows computer to a new computer with a clean installation of Windows 8.
you have only one computer, which initially contains the user profile settings you want to transfer. After saving the profile information to a removable storage medium, you perform a clean installation, wiping out all data on the computers hard disk, and then transfer the profile data from the removable medium back to the computer
provides the operating system with information about a specific device
a tool used to get information about the devices installed in the computer, as well as install, update, and troubleshoot device drivers
a protected checksum that when included with a driver, they become a signed driver
is the value of an algorithmic function that is dependent on the contents of the data object. A cryptographic checksum is a mathematical value (called a checksum) that is assigned to a file and used to "test" the file at a later date to verify that the data contained in the file has not been maliciously changed.
public key cryptography
an encryption method based on a pair of keys, called the public key and the private key. As the names imply, the public key is freely available to anyone and the private key is kept secret by its owner. Any code that is digitally encrypted using the public key can only be decrypted by the holder of the private key. In the same way, any code that is encrypted using the private key, can only be decrypted by the public key.
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