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Q1. - (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
Q2. HOTSPOT - (Topic 5)
You use a computer that has Windows 7 installed. The computer uses a quad-core CPU.
Your computer experiences CPU performance issues while encoding video files.
You need to configure the wmplayer.exe process to use only the first two CPU cores.
What should you do? (To answer, select the appropriate option or options in the answer area.)
Q3. - (Topic 1)
You have a reference computer that runs Windows 7.
You plan to deploy an image of the computer.
You create an answer file named answer.xml.
You need to ensure that the installation applies the answer file after you deploy the image.
Which command should you run before you capture the image?
A. Imagex.exe /append answer.xml /check
B. Imagex.exe /mount answer.xml /verify
C. Sysprep.exe /reboot /audit /unattend:answer.xml
D. Sysprep.exe /generalize /oobe /unattend:answer.xml
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 computer-specific settings, as well as log files. The reference installation now is complete and ready to be imaged.
Q4. - (Topic 3)
Your network has a main office and a branch office.
The branch office has five client computers that run Windows 7 and a server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2. The branch office server is enabled for BranchCache.
You need to configure Windows Firewall on each client computer so that cached content can be retrieved from the branch office server.
Which firewall rule should you enable on the client computers?
A. BranchCache - Content Retrieval (Uses HTTP)
B. BranchCache - Hosted Cache Server (Uses HTTPS)
C. BranchCache - Peer Discovery (Uses WSD)
D. File and Printer Sharing
Configure domain member client distributed cache mode firewall rules When you configure BranchCache in distributed cache mode, BranchCache client computers use the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) for data transfer with other client computers. BranchCache client computers also use the Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery) protocol when they attempt to discover content on client cache servers. You can use this procedure to configure client firewall exceptions to allow incoming HTTP and WS-Discovery traffic on client computers that are configured for distributed cache mode. The BranchCache – Content Retrieval (Uses HTTP) predefined rule. If this rule is not available, create rules that allow inbound and outbound traffic on TCP port 80. This rule is required for both Hosted Cache and Distributed Cache mode. The BranchCache – Peer-Discovery (Uses WSD) predefined rule. If this rule is not available, create rules that allow inbound and outbound traffic on UDP port 3702. This rule is only required when using Distributed Cache mode. The BranchCache – Hosted Cache Client (HTTPS-Out) predefined rule. It this rule is not available, configure a rule that allows outbound traffic on TCP port 443. This rule is required only when using Hosted Cache mode.
Q5. - (Topic 2)
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The network connection details are shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to manually assign an IP address of 192.168.1.50 to the computer.
What should you do first?
A. Enable TCP/IPv4.
B. Disable TCP/IPv6.
C. Run Ipconfig and specify the /renew parameter.
D. Run Netsh and specify the Interface ipv4 add address command.
IPv4 is not currently enabled and 192.168.1.50 is an IPv4 address.Therefore IPv4 is required so ENABLE it.
Q6. - (Topic 3)
You install Windows 7 on a new computer.
Every time you start the computer, you receive a STOP error message.
You suspect that the RAM on the computer has a problem.
You need verify the RAM on the computer.
What should you do first?
A. Start the computer, press F8, and then select Repair Your Computer.
B. Start the computer, press F8, and then select Last Known Good Configuration.
C. From a computer that runs Windows 7, copy the %systemroot%\system32\recover.exe to a bootable USB disk. Start the computer from the USB disk.
D. From a computer that runs Windows 7, copy the %systemroot%\system32\repair-bde.exe to a bootable USB disk. Start the computer from the USB disk.
Using Recovery Tools If Windows RE is included in your installation DVD-ROM, you can boot from the Windows 7 installation media, select Repair Your Computer, and then select the option to use recovery tools to access the System Recovery Options. However, you
can use the method described previously (pressing F8) whether the Windows RE files are present on your DVD-ROM or not and whether you boot from your installation DVD-ROM or from hard disk.
Then use the following System Recovery Option:
Windows Memory Diagnostic Analyzes the computer memory (RAM) for hardware problems.
Q7. - (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?
A. From the BIOS, disable the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
B. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media and select Repair your computer.
C. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media, press SHIFT+F10, and then run CHKDSK.
D. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media and select Install now.
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.
Q8. - (Topic 1)
Your network consists of an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. You have a computer named computer1.contoso.com.
Your network is configured to use only IPv6.
You need to request that a DNS record be created to enable users to connect to your computer by using the name dev.contoso.com.
Which type of record should you request?
The resolution of host names to IPv6 addresses is accomplished through DNS (apart from link-local addresses that are not stored by DNS and resolve automatically). The procedure is the same as for IPv4 address resolution with the computer name and IPv6 address pair being stored in a AAAA (quad-A) DNS resource record, which is equivalent to an A or host record for IPv4. Reverse DNS lookup that returns a computer name for an IPv6 address is implemented by a pointer (PTR) DNS resource record that is referred to the IPv6 reverse lookup zone (or tree) ipv6.arpa, which is the equivalent of the in-addr.arpa reverse lookup zone in Ipv4. AAAAAn AAAA (quad-A) resource record resolves a host name to an IPv6 address.AAn A (address) resource record resolves a host name to an IPv4 address.HINFOHost information (HINFO) resource record. Specifies the type of CPU and operating system in the cpu_type and os_type fields, respectively, for the host DNS domain name in the owner field. Well-known CPU and operating system types that are most often used are noted in RFC 1700. This information can be used by application protocols such as FTP, which use special procedures when communicating with computers of a known CPU and operating system type. NAPTR The NAPTR represents a Naming Authority Pointer. NAPTR records map between sets of URNs, URLs and plain domain names and suggest to clients what protocol should be used to talk to the mapped resource. Each NAPTR record contains a service name, a set of flags, a regexp rule, an order value, a preference and a replacement. Multiple records can be chained together in a cascade to rewrite URIs in fairly sophisticated, but deterministic
ways. These cascading rules have been standardized in RFC2915 and RFC3403.
Q9. - (Topic 5)
You use a portable computer that has Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 installed.
A conference room at your company has a network projector installed on a server within the company network.
You need to connect to the projector from your computer.
What should you do?
A. From Screen Resolution, click Connect to a projector.
B. From Accessories, click Connect to a Network Projector.
C. From Network and Sharing Center, create a temporary network and run Displayswitch.exe.
D. From Device Manager, click Add legacy hardware.
Q10. - (Topic 5)
You have a computer that runs Windows 7.
The computer's hard disks are configured as shown in the following table.
You need to ensure that you can recover the operating system and all the files on the computer if hard disk 0 experiences hardware failure.
What should you do?
A. Shrink drive C and then create a new partition.
B. Use the Backup and Restore tool to back up data files for all users.
C. Use the Backup and Restore tool to create a system image on a network location.
D. Create a restore point for both hard disks.
Explanation: System Image in Windows 7 The new backup utilities in Windows 7 are actually pretty impressive and creating an image will be possible in all versions. Today we take a look at creating a backup image of your machine without the need for a third party utility like Ghost or True Image.
You are just finished installing a fresh copy of Windows 7 on your computer and have it set up to your liking. One of the first things you should do now is create an image of the disc so in the event of a crash you will be able to restore it to its current state. An image is an exact copy of everything on the drive and will restore it back to its current state. It's probably best to create an image when everything is clean and organized on your system. This will make the image file smaller and allows you to restore the system with a smooth running set up.