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Q161. - (Topic 1) 

Which of the following can be used to increase the physical memory on your Windows 7 PC and increase the speed? 

A. PhysiRAM 

B. Aero Glass 

C. DirectAccess 

D. ReadyBoost 

Answer:


Q162. - (Topic 4) 

You have a netbook computer that runs Windows 7. The computer has a single 30-GB partition that has 10 GB of free space. You need to create a system image of the computer by using Windows Backup. 

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

A. Attach an external hard disk. 

B. Attach an external DVD burner. 

C. Convert the local hard disk to a GPT disk. 

D. Create and attach a virtual hard drive (VHD). 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Scheduling Backups with the Backup And Restore Console Windows 7 Backup uses shadow copies to take a snapshot of your files, allowing the backup to completely back up files even if they are open. Backups are configured and scheduled by using the Backup And Restore console under System And Security in Control Panel. You can select the following types of backup destination: An external hard driveExternal hard drives are more expensive to purchase than internal hard drives, although you need to balance this against the cost of fitting the internal drive. They can be removed and stored in a secure location. However, they are typically slower than internal hard drives and tend to be less reliable, mainly because they are by default formatted using FAT rather than NTFS. You cannot use an external hard drive for a System Image backup unless you convert its filing system to NTFS. Because it is easily removable, it is more likely that an external hard drive will be missing when a scheduled backup is required. 


Q163. - (Topic 2) 

You have a computer that runs Windows Vista. The hard disk is configured as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

You need to install Windows 7 in a dual-boot configuration. 

What should you do? 

A. From Windows Vista, extend Disk 0 Partition 1. Install Windows 7 in Disk 0 Partition 1. 

B. From Windows Vista, create a new partition. Install Windows 7 in Disk 0 Partition 1. 

C. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media. Install Windows 7 in Disk 0 Partition 1. 

D. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media. Install Windows 7 in the unallocated space on Disk 0. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

The key to configuring dual-booting is ensuring that each operating system has its own partition or hard disk drive. 

To dual-boot with Windows 7, you need to be able to create a new volume of at least 15 GB. Even if you have more free space available on the volume you want to shrink, you may not be able to create a volume of the appropriate size because Windows Vista may not be able to move some special types of data to a different place on the hard disk drive. 

When configuring a new computer to boot between multiple operating systems, it is also necessary to install operating systems in the order that they were released. For example, if you want to boot between Windows XP and Windows 7 on a new computer, you need to install Windows XP before you install Windows 7. If you install Windows XP after Windows 7, the Windows XP installation routine cannot recognize the Windows 7 operating system installation, and the computer only boots into Windows XP. It is possible to repair the computer from this point using Windows 7 startup repair so that it dual-boots, but the simplest course of action is just to install the operating systems in the order in which they were released by Microsoft. 


Q164. HOTSPOT - (Topic 6) 

A manufacturing company has Windows Vista and Windows XP computers. 

You are responsible for upgrading all computers to Windows 7. 

You test the Windows 7 installation on a Windows Vista computer. Early in the installation process, you are prompted to choose the "Upgrade" option or the "Custom (Advanced)" installation option. 

You need to determine which installation option is appropriate for the different computers in your company. 

In the table below, identify the characteristics of the Upgrade and Custom installation options. (Make only one selection in each column. This question is worth two points. ) 

Answer: 


Q165. - (Topic 2) 

You have recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate on a laptop computer, installed applications such as Office, and downloaded and installed all outstanding updates. The computer has two internal hard disks, both formatted with the NTFS file system. You also have an external USB hard disk that you have plugged into the laptop. You used the convert fs/ntfs command to convert the external hard drive to the NTFS file system. You have an 8-GB USB flash memory device and the laptop contains a DVD-ROM writer. In your workplace, you can plug in to the corporate network and connect to a network share on a file server running Windows Server 2008 R2. 

On what devices can you create a full System Image backup of the laptop's system volume? (Choose all that apply.) 

A. The second internal hard disk 

B. The external hard disk 

C. The USB flash drive 

D. Multiple DVD-ROMs 

E. The network share 

Answer: A,B,E 


Q166. - (Topic 3) 

You have a computer that has the following configurations: 

Operating system: Windows 7 Professional 

Processor: 2.2 gigahertz (GHz) (x86) 

RAM: 2 GB 

Hardware virtualization: Disabled 

TPM chip: Disabled 

You need to ensure that you can run Windows XP Mode on the computer. 

What should you do? 

A. Upgrade to a 64-bit processor. 

B. Enable hardware virtualization. 

C. Enable the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip. 

D. Upgrade the operating system to Windows 7 Ultimate. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Windows XP Mode requires a processor that supports hardware virtualization using either the AMD-V or Intel VT options. Most processors have this option disabled by default; to enable it, you must do so from the computer's BIOS. 

Other info 

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 


Q167. - (Topic 1) 

Your network contains a wireless access point. You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The computer connects to the wireless access point. 

You disable Service Set Identifier (SSID) broadcasts on the wireless access point. 

You discover that you are now unable to connect to the wireless access point from the Windows 7 computer. 

You need to ensure that the computer can connect to the wireless access point. 

What should you do? 

A. From Credential Manager, modify the generic credentials. 

B. From Credential Manager, modify the Windows credentials. 

C. From Network and Sharing Center, turn on Network discovery. 

D. From Network and Sharing Center, modify the wireless network connection settings. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Wireless Network Connection settingsTo connect to a wireless network that does not broadcast its SSID, you need to know details such as the network name and security type. In Network And Sharing Center, you click Set Up A Connection Or Network, click Manually Connect To A Wireless Network, and click Next. You are prompted for the network name and security type and (if appropriate) encryption type and security key. Alternatively, you can open an elevated command prompt and enter a command with the following syntax: netsh wlan connect name=<profile_name> ssid-<network_ssid> [interface=<interface_name>] (Since the computer has previously been connected, just modify the settings.)NOT Network DiscoveryNetwork Discovery allows the client running Windows 7 to locate other computers and devices on the network. It also makes the client visible to other computers on the network. Disabling Network Discovery does not turn off other forms of sharing.NOT Credential ManagerCredential Manager stores logon user name and passwords for network resources, including file servers, Web sites, and terminal services servers. Credential Manager stores user name and password data in the Windows Vault. You can back up the Windows Vault and restore it on other computers running Windows 7 as a method of transferring saved credentials from one computer to another. Although Credential Manager can be used to back up some forms of digital certificates, it cannot be used to back up and restore the self-signed Encrypting File System (EFS) certificates that Windows 7 generates automatically when you encrypt a file. For this reason, you must back up EFS certificates using other tools. You will learn about backing up EFS certificates later in this lesson. 


Q168. - (Topic 4) 

A company has client computers that run Windows 7 Enterprise. 

You need to ensure that Windows does not display notifications when programs try to install software or make changes to the computer, or if users make changes to Windows settings. 

Which two choices should you use to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.) 

A. the leads command 

B. the netsh command 

C. share permissions 

D. Device Manager 

E. Local Users and Groups 

F. the folder Properties window 

G. the Services management console 

H. the Group Policy management console 

I. the User Account Control Settings Control Panel window 

Answer: H,I 


Q169. - (Topic 1) 

You have a stand-alone computer that runs Windows 7. 

You open Windows Update as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

You need to ensure that you can manually change the Windows Update settings on the computer. 

What should you do? 

A. Log on to Windows 7 as member of the Administrators group. 

B. From the local Group Policy, modify the Windows Update settings. 

C. Right-click Windows Update and select Run as administrator. 

D. Right-click the command prompt, select Run as administrator, and then run Wuapp.exe. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Configuring Automatic Updates by using local Group Policy 

1. Click Start, and then click Run. 

2. Type gpedit.msc, and then click OK. 

3. Expand Computer Configuration. 

4. Right-click Administrative Templates, and then click Add/Remove Templates. 

5. Click Add, click Wuau.adm in the Windows\Inf folder, and then click Open. 

6. Click Close. 

7. Under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, expand Windows Components, and then expand Windows Update. 


Q170. - (Topic 3) 

You have a computer that is certified for Windows 7. 

You need to install Windows 7 on the computer. The installation method must prevent you from being prompted for information during the installation. 

What should you do? 

A. Create an unattend.txt file on a removable drive. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media. 

B. Create an autounattend.xml file on a removable drive. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media. 

C. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media. At the command prompt, run Setup.exe and specify the /m parameter. 

D. Start the computer from the Windows 7 installation media. At the command prompt, run Setup.exe and specify the /tempdrive. 

Answer:

Explanation: Copy the Autounattend.xml file to the root directory of a removable storage device (such as a UFD). You now have a basic answer file that automates Windows Setup. Turn on the reference computer. Insert the Windows 7 product DVD and the UFD containing the answer file (Autounattend.xml) that you created. Windows Setup (Setup.exe) starts automatically and searches the root directory of all removable media for an answer file called Autounattend.xml Note: that the use of an answer file is optional, although it is the method Microsoft recommends. (And it was specified in the question).