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TS: Windows 7, Configuring

Question No: 161 – (Topic 2)

You have a computer that runs windows 7 professional. A removable drive is attached to the computer.

You need to protect data on the removable drive by using Bitlocker To Go. What should you do first?

  1. Upgrade the computer to Windows 7 Enterprise.

  2. Install all Windows Updates for Windows 7 Professional.

  3. Issue a digital certificate for the Encryption File System (EFS).

  4. Select the Encrypt contents to secure data checkbox from the properties on the removable drive.

Answer: A Explanation:

Windows 7 ProfessionalWindows 7 Professional is available from retailers and on new computers installed by manufacturers. It supports all the features available in Windows Home Premium, but you can join computers with this operating system installed to a domain. It supports EFS and Remote Desktop Host but does not support enterprise features such as AppLocker, DirectAccess, BitLocker, and BranchCache.Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate EditionsThe Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate editions are identical except for the fact that Windows 7 Enterprise is available only to Microsoft’s volume licensing customers, and Windows 7 Ultimate is available from retailers and on new computers installed by manufacturers. The Enterprise and Ultimate editions support all the features available in other Windows 7 editions but also support all the enterprise features such as EFS, Remote Desktop Host, AppLocker, DirectAccess, BitLocker, BranchCache, and Boot from VHD.

Question No: 162 – (Topic 2)

You have an answer file for a Windows 7 installation.

You need to perform an unattended installation of Windows 7 by using the answer file. You must achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of administrative effort.

What should you do?

  1. Name the answer file autounattend.ini and save it to a USB disk. Start the computer from the Windows 7 DVD.

  2. Name the answer file unattend.txt and save it to a USB disk. Start the computer from the Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE).

  3. Name the answer file autounattend.xml and save it to a USB disk. Start the computer from the Windows 7 DVD.

  4. Name the answer file unattend.xml and save it to a USB disk. Start the computer from the Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE).

    Answer: C Explanation: Unattended installation

    You can perform an unattended installation of Windows 7 by using an installation file called Unattend.xml. These installation files store answers to the questions asked by the Setup Wizard. When the Windows 7 installation process starts, Windows checks for attached USB storage devices that have this file in their root directory. Unattended installations are suitable when you need to deploy Windows 7 to a large number of computers because you do not have to interact with them manually, responding to prompts, as the installation progresses.Building a Reference Installation You configure your reference computer with a customized installation of Windows 7 that you then duplicate onto one or more destination computers. You can create a reference installation by using the Windows product DVD and (optionally) the answer file you created in the previous section. To install your reference computer using an answer file, perform the following procedure:

    1. Turn on the reference computer. Insert the Windows 7 product DVD and the UFD containing the answer file (Autounattend.xml) that you created in the previous section. Note that the use of an answer file is optional, although it is the method Microsoft recommends. If you prefer, you can install Windows 7 manually from the installation DVD-ROM.

    2. Restart the computer by pressing CTRL ALT DEL. You may have to override the boot order to boot from the CD/DVD-ROM disk. If so, select the appropriate function key to override the boot order during initial boot. Windows Setup (Setup.exe) starts automatically and searches the root directory of all removable media for an answer file called Autounattend.xml.

    3. After Setup finishes, you can validate that all customizations were applied. For example, if you included the optional Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer feature and set the

      Home_Page setting in your answer file, you can verify these settings by opening Internet Explorer.

    4. To prepare the reference computer for the user, you use the Sysprep utility with the

      /generalize option to remove hardware-specific information from the Windows installation and the /oobe option to configure the computer to boot to Windows Welcome upon the next restart.

      Question No: 163 – (Topic 2)

      A remote user has a computer that runs Windows 7. The user reports that he receives several error messages while using an application. You do not have remote access to the user#39;s computer.

      You need to tell the user how to create screenshots of the actions he performs on the computer.

      The solution must track the mouse actions that the user performs. What should you instruct the user to do?

      1. Press ALT PrintScreen

      2. Run Psr.exe and then click Start Record

      3. From Mouse Properties, select Display pointer trails

      4. Run Snippingtool.exe, click New, and then click Window Snip

Answer: B Explanation:

How do I use Problem Steps Recorder?You can use Problem Steps Recorder to automatically capture the steps you take on a computer, including a text description of where you clicked and a picture of the screen during each click (called a screen shot). Once you capture these steps, you can save them to a file that can be used by a support professional or someone else helping you with a computer problem.NotesWhen you record steps on your computer, anything you type will not be recorded. If what you type is an important part of recreating the problem you#39;re trying to solve, use the comment feature described below to highlight where the problem is occurring.

Question No: 164 – (Topic 2)

You have a computer that runs Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2). You need to upgrade the operating system to Windows 7.

You must achieve this goal in the minimum amount of time. What should you do?

  1. Upgrade to Windows Vista SP2. From the Windows 7 installation media, run Setup.exe and select the Upgrade option.

  2. Upgrade to Windows Vista SP2. From the Windows 7 installation media, run Setup.exe and select the Custom (advanced) option.

  3. Install Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3). Run Setup.exe from the Windows 7 installation media and select the Upgrade option.

  4. Install Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3). Run Setup.exe from the Windows 7 installation media and select the Custom (advanced) option.

Answer: A

Question No: 165 – (Topic 2)

Your network consists of a single Active Directory forest.

You have 50 portable computers and 50 desktop computers. All computers have 32-bit hardware.

You plan to deploy Windows 7 and 10 corporate applications to the computers by using a custom image.

You need to prepare for the deployment by using the minimum amount of administrative effort.

What should you do first?

  1. On one computer, install Windows 7 and the corporate applications.

  2. On one portable computer and one desktop computer, install Windows 7 and the corporate applications.

  3. On a server, install and run the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit.

  4. On a server, install the Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) and run Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM).

Answer: A Explanation:

To prepare the reference computer for the user, you use the Sysprep utility with the

/generalize option to remove hardware-specific information from the Windows installation and the /oobe option to configure the computer to boot to Windows Welcome upon the next restart. Open an elevated command prompt on the reference computer and run the following command: c:\windows\system32\sysprep\sysprep.exe /oobe /generalize

/shutdown.

Sysprep prepares the image for capture by cleaning up various user-specific and computerspecific settings, as well as log files. The reference installation now is complete and ready to be imaged.

Question No: 166 – (Topic 2)

You have a virtual hard disk (VHD) file. You need to view the files in the VHD. The solution must prevent users that log on to your computer from modifying files in the VHD.

What should you do?

  1. From Disk Management, attach the VHD as read-only.

  2. From Disk Management, convert the VHD to a GPT disk.

  3. From Windows Explorer, modify the permissions of the VHD file.

  4. From Windows Explorer, modify the read-only attribute of the VHD file.

Answer: A

Question No: 167 – (Topic 2)

A user reports that he is unable to start his computer. He provides the following information:

->The boot partition is encrypted by using BitLocker Drive Encryption (BitLocker).

->The user cannot locate his BitLocker recovery key.

You need to start Windows 7 on the computer. The solution must use the minimum amount of administrative effort.

What should you do?

  1. From the BIOS, disable the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

  2. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media and select Repair your computer.

  3. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media, press SHIFT F10, and then run CHKDSK.

  4. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media and select Install now.

Answer: D Explanation:

No recovery key = no recovery. Time to install.

Any other option defeats the whole point of encrypting it.

Encrypted volumes are locked when the encryption key is not available. When the operating system volume is locked, you can boot only to recovery mode. In recovery mode, you can enter the BitLocker password or you can attach the USB device that has the recovery key stored and restart the computer. Once you enter the recovery password or key, you can boot your computer normally.

The following events trigger recovery mode:

  • The boot environment changes. This could include one of the boot files being modified.

  • TPM is disabled or cleared.

  • An attempt is made to boot without the TPM, PIN, or USB key being provided.

  • You attach a BitLocker-encrypted operating system volume to another computer.

Question No: 168 – (Topic 2)

You have a computer named Computer1 that runs Windows 7.

Computer1 uses an NTFS-formatted USB drive that has ReadyBoost enabled.

You need to modify the amount of space that ReadyBoost reserves on the USB drive. What should you do?

  1. Open Computer and modify the properties of the USB drive.

  2. Open Performance Information and Tools and run disk cleanup.

  3. Open Devices and Printers and modify the properties of the USB drive.

  4. Open Device Manager and modify the properties of the USB device.

Answer: A Explanation:

ReadyBoostWindows 7 supports Windows ReadyBoost. This feature uses external USB flash drives as a hard disk cache to improve disk read performance. Supported external storage types include USB thumb drives, SD cards, and CF cards. Since ReadyBoost will not provide a performance gain when the primary disk is an SSD, Windows 7 disables ReadyBoost when reading from an SSD drive. External storage must meet the following requirements:

  • Capacity of at least 256 MB, with at least 64 kilobytes (KB) of free space.The 4-GB limit of Windows Vista has been removed.

  • At least a 2.5 MB/sec throughput for 4-KB random reads

  • At least a 1.75 MB/sec throughput for 1-MB random writes

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    Question No: 169 – (Topic 2)

    A user named User1 uses a shared computer that runs Windows 7. User1 is a member of group named

    Group1. The computer contains a folder named Folder1. The permissions for User1 are shown in the User1 Permissions exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

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    The permissions for Group1 are shown in the Group1 Permissions exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

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    You need to ensure that User1 can create files in Folder1. All other members of Group1 must be prevented from creating files in Folder1. What should you do?

    1. On Folder1, assign the Full control permission to User1.

    2. On Folder1, remove the Deny – Write permission for Group1.

    3. Share Folder1. Assign User1 the Read and Change share permission.

    4. Share Folder1. Assign Group1 the Read and Change share permission.

    Answer: B

    Question No: 170 – (Topic 2)

    You have a computer that runs Windows XP and a USB drive that is protected by using BitLocker To Go.

    You need to ensure that you can copy files from the computer to the USB drive. The solution must retain the existing files on the USB drive.

    What should you do?

    1. From a computer that runs Windows 7, change the file system of the USB drive.

    2. From a computer that runs Windows 7, disable BitLocker To Go for the USB drive.

    3. Log on to Windows XP as member of the Administrators group.

    4. Log on to Windows XP by using a user account that has an Encrypting File System (EFS) certificate.

    Answer: B Explanation:

    BitLocker To Go does not require that the computer have a TPM chip or that Group Policy be configured to allow some other form of authentication such as a startup key. If you configure appropriate policies, devices protected by BitLocker To Go can be used in read- only mode with computers running Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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