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Q191. - (Topic 1)
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. Your company has a corporate intranet Web site. You open Windows Internet Explorer as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to ensure that you can access Web pages on both the Internet and the intranet.
What should you do?
A. From the Files menu, click Work Offline.
B. From the Safety menu, click InPrivate Filtering.
C. From the Security tab, add the intranet Web site to the Trusted sites zone.
D. From the Safety menu, click InPrivate Browsing.
Working Offline is activated On Internet Explorer's File menu is a "Work Offline" item that toggles Internet Explorer between online and offline modes of operation.
(The question originally stated the Tools menu, maybe in a different version of IE this is the case, but for me and in the TechNet documentation it was under Files, so I'm choosing to believe Tools was a mistake and it should be Files, this has been amended in the question). InPrivate is turned on (does not prevent browsing the internet) InPrivate Browsing helps prevent Internet Explorer from storing data about your browsing session. This includes cookies, temporary Internet files, history, and other data. Toolbars and extensions are disabled by default.
Q192. - (Topic 1)
Your network has a main office and a branch office. The branch office has five client computers that run Windows 7. All servers are located in the main office. All servers have BranchCache enabled.
Users at the branch office report that it takes several minutes to open large files located in the main office.
You need to minimize the amount of time it takes for branch office users to open files located in the main office.
The solution must also reduce the amount of bandwidth used between the two offices.
What should you do?
A. At the main office, configure the Quality of Service (QoS) Packet Scheduler on all servers.
B. At the main office, configure the servers to use Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS).
C. At the branch office, configure the client computers to use BranchCache Hosted Cache mode.
D. At the branch office, configure the client computers to use BranchCache Distributed Cache mode.
Distributed Cache ModeDistributed Cache mode uses peer caching to host the branch office cache among clients running Windows 7 on the branch office network. This means that each Distributed Cache mode client hosts part of the cache, but no single client hosts all the cache. When a client running Windows 7 retrieves content over the WAN, it places that content into its own cache. If another BranchCache client running Windows 7 attempts to access the same content, it is able to access that content directly from the first client rather than having to retrieve it over the WAN link. When it accesses the file from its peer, it also copies that file into its own cache. The advantage of distributed cache mode is that you can deploy it without having to deploy a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 locally in each branch office. The drawback of Distributed Cache mode is that the contents of the cache available on the branch office LAN depend on which clients are currently online. If a client needs a file that is held in the cache of a computer that is shut down, the client needs to retrieve the file from the host server across the WAN.Hosted Cache ModeHosted Cache mode uses a centralized local cache that hosted on a branch office server running Windows Server 2008 R2. You can enable the hosted cache server functionality on a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 that you use for other functions without a significant impact on performance. This is because if you found that files hosted at another location across the WAN were being accessed so frequently that there was a performance impact, you would use a solution like Distributed File System (DFS) to replicate them to the branch office instead of using BranchCache. The advantage of Hosted Cache mode over Distributed Cache mode is that the cache is centralized and always available. Parts of the distributed cache become unavailable when the clients hosting them shut down.Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS)The Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) has two role services: the Compact Server and the IIS Server Extension. The Compact Server is a stand-alone HTTP or HTTPS file server, whereas the IIS Server Extension is an Internet Information Services (IIS) plug-in that requires a server running IIS. IIS Server ExtensionThe BITS IIS Server Extension lets you configure a server that is running IIS to allow BITS clients to perform background, resumable file uploads to IIS virtual directories. On completion of a file upload, the BITS Server can notify a Web application of the newly uploaded file. This allows the application to process the uploaded file. The Web application can then optionally reply to the client responsible for the upload.Compact ServerThe BITS Compact Server is a stand-alone HTTP or HTTPS file server, which allows applications to host files for BITS clients to download, and allows the asynchronous transfer of a limited number of large files between computers.QoS Packet SchedulerThe Quality of Service Packet Scheduler is a Windows platform component that is enabled by default on Windows Vista. and Windows XP computers. It is, however, not enabled by default on Windows 2003 computers. This scheduler is designed to control the IP traffic for various network services, including Real Time Communications traffic. This component must be installed and enabled if the QoS markings described earlier for audio and video traffic are to be implemented by the IP stack.
Q193. - (Topic 5)
You use a computer that has Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8 installed.
You need to block all web content providers on the Internet from collecting and sharing your information with other websites.
What should you do?
A. From Manage Add-ons, disable all ActiveX and Java extensions.
B. From Internet Options, configure Privacy Settings for third-party cookies.
C. Enable InPrivate Filtering and select Automatically Block.
D. From Internet Options, add the web content provider to Restricted Sites.
E. Start an InPrivate Browsing session.
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Q194. - (Topic 3)
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.
You have a system image backup of the computer.
You install a new application that is configured to run as a service.
You restart the computer and receive a STOP error message.
You need to successfully start Windows 7 in the minimum amount of time.
What should you do?
A. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media and select Startup Repair.
B. Start the computer and select Last Known Good Configuration from the advanced startup options.
C. Start the computer and select Safe Mode from the advanced startup options. Restore a restore point.
D. Start the computer and select Safe Mode from the advanced startup options. Restore the system image.
Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) ) feature in Advanced Boot Options is a recovery option that you use to start your computer with the most recent settings that worked. Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) restores registry information and driver settings that were in effect the last time the computer started successfully. You should use the Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) feature when you cannot start Windows 7 after you make a change to your computer, or when you suspect that a change that you just made is causing a problem, for example, if you cannot start Windows after you install a new video driver. When you start your computer by using the Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) feature, Windows 7 uses the configuration stored in the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSetXX (where by XX are numbers starting with 01 and rising in number to 02, 03, 04 and so on). This is the registry key that is used to store the configuration settings for the Drivers and Services on the system. Each time you boot the system, Windows will be assisted booting by using the registry key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet" which will point to another control set key, normally HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet01, (depending on how the system is configured) which contains the setting for the current boot process. Each time Windows boots there will also be a values created under the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Select" key. These contain REG_DWORD data that enable the Control Keys to operate the way they are designed to. These values tell the CurrentControlSet key which numbered CurrentControlSet to point to enable Windows to boot successfully. The data that tells Last Good Known Configuration which numbered CurrentControlSet to load is also stored under these values. They also contain the data that tells Windows which CurrentContolSet not to use, as there is information stored that lets Windows know what CurrentControlSet has failed to load when Windows was unable to boot.
The Last Known Good Configuration CurrentControlSet will change each time the system configuration for the control set changes. This means that each time you install or uninstall a driver or service, a new numbered CurrentControlSet will be created and stored. If you alter the system, and it is then unable to boot, the Last Known Good Configuration will point to the CurrentControlSet that was last used in a successful boot.
This happens each time that Windows boots and there should typically be only four control sets, although it is not uncommon to have five or six of these Control Sets contained in the registry. Windows will keep track of how many Control Sets are stored and should clear old ones once a certain amount is reached.
If installing a new program or device should render the system unbootable, you may be able to use "Last Known Good Configuration" to restore the damaged Control Set registry key with an earlier key that enabled the system to boot. This will remove the registry key(s) that relates to the problem driver or service. It will not remove the actual driver or service but will render it unusable. This could result in any program or device the was installed after the last boot having to be re-installed as their configuration setting will have been over written. When you perform a system restore following a normal boot or following a boot that uses the Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) option, a restore point is created that enables you to undo the changes if they do not fix your problem. However, if you perform a system restore when the computer is in Safe Mode or by using the System Recovery options, you cannot undo the restore operation. In this case, if your problem is not resolved, you can run another system restore and choose a different restore point.
Q195. - (Topic 1)
You work in an international company which is named Wiikigo. Before entering this company, you have two years of experience in the IT field, as well as experience implementing and administering any Windows client operating system in a networked environment. You are professional in installing, upgrading and migrating to Windows 7, deploying Windows 7, and configuring Hardware and Applications and son on. You use a computer that runs Windows 7.
Now your company assigns a task to you. You are asked to prevent users from copying unencrypted files to removable drives. What action should you perform?
A. The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) settings should be modified from a local Group Policy.
B. TPM should be initialized from the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) snap-in.
C. The BitLocker Drive Encryption settings should be modified from Control Panel.
D. The BitLocker Drive Encryption settings should be modified from a local Group Policy.
Q196. - (Topic 4)
A company has a server running Windows Server 2008 R2, with Windows Deployment Services (WDS), the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT), and the Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK) set up. The company also has client computers running Windows 7 Enterprise.
You are preparing to capture an image of a Windows 7 client computer.
You need to ensure that the captured image is generic and does not contain the device drivers from the client computer.
What should you do?
A. use Sysprep with an answer file and set the PersistAllDeviceInstalls option in the answer file to True.
B. Run the Start /w ocsetup command.
C. Run the PEImg /Prep command.
D. Run the Dism command with the /Mount-Wimoption.
E. Use Sysprep with an answer file and set the UpdateInstalledDrivers option in the answer file to No.
F. Run the Dism command with the /Add-Driver option.
G. Use Sysprep with an answer file and set the UpdateInstalledDrivers option in the answer file to Yes.
H. Run the BCDEdit/delete command.
I. Run the ImageX command with the /Mount parameter.
J. Run the Dism command with the /Add-Package option.
K. Add a boot image and create a capture image in WDS.
L. Use Sysprep with an answer file and set the PersistAllDeviceInstalls option in the answer file to False.
M. Run the DiskPart command and the Attach command option.
Persisting Plug and Play Device Drivers During generalize You can persist device drivers when you run the Sysprep command with the /generalize option by specifying the PersistAllDeviceInstalls setting in the Microsoft-Windows-PnPSysprep component. During the specialize configuration pass, Plug and Play scans the computer for devices and installs device drivers for the detected devices. By default, these device drivers are removed from the system when you generalize the system. If you set PersistAllDeviceInstalls to true in an answer file, Sysprep will not remove the detected device drivers. For more information, see the Unattended WindowsSetup Reference (Unattend.chm). http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744512(WS.10).aspx
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Q197. DRAG DROP - (Topic 6)
You have a Windows XP computer.
You need to migrate to Windows 7 and determine that all third-party applications installed on the computer continue to operate with the new operating system.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate four actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order. )
Q198. - (Topic 1)
You want to create a 20-GB native VHD called Systemvhd in a folder called Windows 7 on an external U hard disk with the drive designation G:. Which command do you use?
A. create vdisk file=g:\windows7\systemvhd maximum=20000
B. create vdisk file=g:\windows7\systemvhd.vhd maximum=20000
C. create vdisk file=g:\windows7\systemvhd.vhd maximum=20
D. create vdisk file=g:\windows7\systemvhd maximum=20
Q199. - (Topic 3)
You have a computer that has the following hardware configuration:
1.6-gigahertz (GHz) processor (64-bit).
500-GB hard disk.
Graphics card that has 128-MB RAM.
You need to select an edition of Window 7 to meet the following requirements:
Support DirectAccess Support Windows XP Mode Use all of the installed memory
Support joining an Active Directory domain. Which edition should you choose?
A. Windows 7 Enterprise (64-bit)
B. Windows 7 Enterprise (x86)
C. Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)
D. Windows 7 Ultimate (x86)
The only applicable solution is Windows 7 Enterprise (64-bit) as for the following reasons:All versions are support Hardware wise.Requirements:Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions have the following minimum hardware requirements:
-1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor- 1 GB of system memory- A 40-GB hard disk drive (traditional or SSD) with at least 15 GB of available space- A graphics adapter that supports DirectX 9 graphics, has a Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) driver,- Pixel Shader 2.0 hardware, and 32 bits per pixel and a minimum of 128 MB graphics memory
XP Mode Windows XP Mode is a downloadable compatibility option that is available for the Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions of Windows 7. Windows XP Mode uses the latest version of Microsoft Virtual PC to allow you to run an installation of Windows XP virtually under Windows 7.
Use all of the installed memory The x86 version supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM, whereas the x64 version supports a maximum of 8 GB of RAM.
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 Editions The 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.
Q200. - (Topic 4)
You use a portable computer that has Windows 7 installed. The computer has a single hard disk drive and a dual-core CPU.
You need to analyze the performance of the computer to meet the following requirements:
. Include the CPU, Memory, and Disk subsystems.
. Send events to another computer for predefined Event IDs.
What should you do?
A. Run powercfg.exe.
B. Run the Windows Experience Index.
C. Configure Event Viewer subscriptions.
D. Open Task Manager.
E. Open System Properties, and configure performance settings.
F. Open System Properties, and configure environment variables.
G. Open System Properties, and configure user profiles settings.
H. Open System Properties, and configure the page file settings.
I. Open Performance Monitor, and configure a Data Collector Set.
J. Open Performance Monitor, and customize the System Monitor view.
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