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Managing and Maintaining Windows 8.1

Question No: 21

You have 100 client Windows 8.1 computers. Users are NOT configured as local administrators.

You need to prevent the users from running applications that they downloaded from the Internet, unless the applications are signed by a trusted publisher.

What should you configure in the Security settings from the Action Center?

  1. Virus protection

  2. User Account Control

  3. Windows SmartScreen settings

  4. Network Access Protection

Answer: C

Explanation: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ZA/internet-explorer/products/ie- 9/features/smartscreen-filter

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/SmartScreen-Filter-frequently-asked- questions-IE9

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb545879.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc709691(v=WS.10).aspx

Question No: 22

You have client computers that run Windows 8 Enterprise.

The network contains a network printer. Users connect to the printer by using a local TCP/IP port.

A network administrator changes the IP address of the printer.

You need to create a script to update the IP address used by the local TCP/IP port on the computers.

Which two Windows PowerShell cmdlets should you run? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

  1. Add-PrinterPort

  2. Add- PrinterD river

  3. Set-PrinterConfiguration

  4. Add-Printer

  5. Set-Printer

Answer: A,E

Explanation: A: Add-PrinterPort

Installs a printer port on the specified computer. Parameters include:

-PortNumberlt;UInt32gt;

Specifies the TCP/IP port number for the printer port added to the specified computer.

E: Set-Printer

Updates the configuration of an existing printer. Parameters include:

-PortNamelt;Stringgt;

Specifies the name of the port used or created for the printer. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh918366.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh918359.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh918359.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh918353.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc783789(v=WS.10).aspx

Question No: 23

At work, you use a desktop computer that runs Windows 8 Pro. At home, you use a laptop that runs Windows 8. You use the same Microsoft account to log on to both computers.

You want to use the same settings for both computers.

You need to ensure that all computer settings, including stored passwords, are synced between the computers.

What should you do?

  1. Enable the Guest account on both computers.

  2. Designate both computers as trusted PCs.

  3. Add both computers to the same workgroup.

  4. Join both computers to the same HomeGroup

Answer: B

Explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/windowsserver/bb250462(v=vs.71).aspx

Question No: 24

At work, you use a desktop computer that runs Windows 8 Pro. At home, you use a laptop that runs Windows 8. You use the same Microsoft account to log on to both computers.

You want to use the same settings for both computers.

You need to ensure that all computer settings, including stored passwords, are synced between the computers.

What should you do?

  1. Add both computers to the same Active Directory domain.

  2. Use the same local accounts for both computers.

  3. Install SkyDrive for Windows on both computers.

  4. Designate both computers as trusted PCs.

Answer: D Explanation:

  • Microsoft has integrated its cloud computing features into much of Windows 8. The focal point of that integration is the soon to be re-branded Windows Live service-use a Windows Live account as your login, and you can synchronize much of the information associated with your account to all your Windows devices through the cloud. Or at least, that#39;s the goal.

  • Setting up for synchronization starts when you configure your user account. At installation, Windows 8 prompts you for a Windows Live account. You can create a new Live account or use an existing one for your user credentials, or choose to bypass this and set up a local-only user account-but you won#39;t be able to leverage the synchronization features if you do. You can also opt out later and switch to a local-only account through Windows 8#39;s settings menu.

  • When you set up your user account-either at install time or from the PC settings menu afterward-you#39;ll be prompted to either use an existing Live account email address or enter a new one

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    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/bb250462(v=vs.71).aspx

    Question No: 25 DRAG DROP

    You administer a computer that runs Windows 8 Enterprise and is a member of an Active Directory domain.

    You create a folder named C:\Reports and assign NTFS permissions as shown in Exhibit 1. (Click the Exhibit button.)

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    You share the folder over the network with Read permission for a domain user account named User1 as shown in Exhibit 2. (Click the Exhibit button.)

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    You want to provide access to the shared folder only for the time that User1 is a member of the domain security group named Project. You need to assign the required permissions.

    Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate

    actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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    Answer:

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    Explanation:

    Box 1: Open the Sharing tab from the folder properties window. Box 2:Click Share

    Box 3:Add the Projects security group and grant it Read permissions.

    Note:

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc726004.aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754178.aspx

    Example:

    Share Folders From ‘Users Profile’ Locations amp; Local Drives

    If you want to quickly share a folder residing in local drives or User Profile folders, open Properties dialog from right-click context menu, and then head over to Sharing tab. From Network File and Folder Sharing section, click Share to open File Sharing dialog. Now, select Everyone from drop-down menu, and click Add.

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    This will add Everyone group in File Sharing list, and allow you to change folder access permission. Using Read pull-down menu, you can give read and write permissions to users, and remove Everyonegroup from the File Sharing list.

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    Once done, click Share to share the folder on the network. It will open a separate dialog,

    allowing you to email and copy the shared folder link.

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    Now, you can access the shared folder from any PC connected on the network.

    Question No: 26 DRAG DROP

    You administer computers that run Windows 8.

    The computers on your network are produced by various manufacturers and often require custom drivers.

    You need to design a recovery solution that allows the repair of any of the computers by using a Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE).

    In which order should you perform the actions? (To answer, move all actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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    Answer:

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    Explanation:

    Box 1: Extract WinRE files from the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) Box 2: Mount the WinRE image file.

    Box 3: Add additional drivers. Box 4: Unmount the image file Box 5: Commit changes

    Box 6: Create a bootable WInRe Reocvery Media

    Note:

    • The Windows庐 Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK) is a collection of tools and documentation that you can use to customize, assess, and deploy Windows operating systems to new computers.

    • Walkthrough: Create a Custom Windows PE Image Step 1: Set Up a Windows PE Build Environment

    Step 2: Mount the Base Windows PE Image

    Step 3: Add Boot-Critical Drivers Step 4: Add Optional Components

    Step 5: Add Language Support (Optional) Step 6: Add More Customization (Optional) Step 7: Commit Changes

    * Walkthrough: Create a Windows RE Recovery Media Step 1: Create a Windows RE Image

    Step 2: Create a bootable media

    Question No: 27

    You have a desktop computer that runs Windows 8 Enterprise. You add three new 3-terabyte disks.

    You need to create a new 9-terabyte volume.

    Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

    1. From Disk Management, create a new spanned volume.

    2. From Disk Management, convert all of the 3-terabyte disks to GPT.

    3. From PowerShell, run the New-VirtualDisk cmdlet.

    4. From Disk Management, bring all disks offline.

    5. From Diskpart, run the Convert MBR command.

    6. From PowerShell, run the Add-PhysicalDisk cmdlet.

    Answer: A,B

    Explanation: Create a Spanned VolumeA spanned volume is a dynamic volume consisting of disk space on more than one physical disk. If a simple volume is not a system volume or boot volume, you can extend it across additional disks to create a spanned volume, or you can create a spanned volume in unallocated space on a dynamic disk.

    Reference:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772180.aspx

    To create a spanned volume using the Windows interface1. In Disk Management, right- click the unallocated space on one of the dynamic disks where you want to create the spanned volume.2. Click New Spanned Volume.3. Follow the instructions on your screen.Using GPT Drives

    Reference 2:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/gg463524.aspx

    A GPT disk uses the GUID partition table (GPT) disk partitioning system. A GPT disk offers these benefits:Allows up to 128 primary partitions. Master Boot Record (MBR) disks can support up to four primary partitions and an additional 124 partitions inside extended partitions.Allows a much larger partition size-greater than 2terabytes (TB), which is the limit for MBR disks.Provides greater reliability because of replication and cyclical redundancy check (CRC) protection of the partition table.Can be used as a storage volume on all x64-based platforms, including platforms running Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. Starting with Windows Server 2003 SP1, GPT disks can also be used as a storage volume on x86-based Windows platforms.Can be used as a boot volume on x64-based editions of Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008. Starting with Windows Server 2003 SP1, GPT disks can also be used as a boot volume on Itanium-based systems.Note: Windows only supports booting from a GPT disk on systems that contain Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) boot firmware.

    Question No: 28

    You support client Windows 8.1 computers. Some of these computers have the Application Virtualization (App-V) client installed. Multiple App-V applications are published on the network.

    A user reports that it is taking a long time to launch App-V applications. You discover that the user has a roaming profile on the computer.

    You need to minimize the time that is required for the user to start App-V applications on her computer.

    What should you do?

    1. Change the location of the App-V client cache file.

    2. Change the user profile to Local.

    3. Increase the size of the App-V client cache.

    4. Change the user profile to Mandatory.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: The current App-V Client VFS driver cannot write to network locations, so the App-V Client detects the presence of folder redirection and copies the data on the local drive during publishing and when the virtual environment starts. After the user closes the App-V application and the App-V Client closes the virtual environment, the local storage of the VFS AppData is copied back to the network, enabling roaming to additional machines, where the process will be repeated. The detailed steps of the processes are:

    ->During publishing or virtual environment startup, the App-V Client detects the

    location of the AppData directory.

    ->If the roaming AppData path is local or ino AppData\Roaming location is mapped, nothing happens.

    ->If the roaming AppData path is not local, the VFS AppData directory is mapped to the local AppData directory.

    Note: App-V 5.0 SP2 supports folder redirection of the roaming AppData folder (%AppData%). When the virtual environment is started, the roaming AppData state from the user’s roaming AppData directory is copied to the local cache. Conversely, when the virtual environment is shut down, the local cache that is associated with a specific user’s roaming AppData is transferred to the actual location of that user’s roaming AppData directory.

    Reference: Application Publishing and Client Interaction

    Question No: 29

    Your company deploys Windows To Go USB drives to users for testing. The drives contain Windows 8.1.

    Users are unable to boot on a particular model of computer in the office. The computers that do not boot have the following hardware configurations:

    ->4 GB of RAM

    ->USB 2.0 capability

    ->DirectX 8 video card

    ->1.8 GHz x86 Processor

    You need to upgrade each of the computers to support Windows To Go. What should you do?

    1. Upgrade the USB to 3.0.

    2. Upgrade the processor to x64 2.0 GHz or higher.

    3. Upgrade the RAM to more than 4 GB.

    4. Upgrade the video card to support DirectX 9 or higher.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: If available, use a USB 3.0 port with Windows To Go.

    Note:

    Why isn’t my computer booting from USB?

    Computers certified for Windows 7 and Windows 8 are required to have support for USB boot. Check to see if any of the following items apply to your situation:

    ->Ensure that your computer has the latest BIOS installed and the BIOS is

    configured to boot from a USB device.

    ->Ensure that the Windows To Go drive is connected directly to a USB port on the computer. Many computers don’t support booting from a device connected to a USB 3 PCI add-on card or external USB hubs.

    ->If the computer is not booting from a USB 3.0 port, try to boot from a USB 2.0 port.

    Reference: Best Practice Recommendations for Windows To Go; Windows To Go: Frequently Asked Questions

    Question No: 30

    Your company has a main office and a branch office. Each office contains several servers that run Windows Server 2012.

    You need to configure BranchCache for the client computers in the branch office. The solution must ensure that all of the cached content is in a central location.

    What should you run on each client computer?

    1. the Enable-BCHostedClient cmdlet

    2. the Enable-BCHostedAServer cmdlet

    3. the Enable-BCDistributed cmdlet

    4. the Enable-BCLocal cmdlet

    Answer: C

    Explanation: Enable-BCDistributed

    Enables BranchCache and configures a computer to operate in distributed cache mode. This command is to be run on each client computer.

    Incorrect:

    Not A: Enable-BCHostedClient

    Configures BranchCache to operate in hosted cache client mode.

    Not B: Enable-BCHostedServer is run on the computer that acts as a cache server. Configures BranchCache to operate in hosted cache server mode.

    Not D: Enable-BCLocal

    Enables the BranchCache service in local caching mode.

    Reference: BranchCache Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh848392(v=wps.630).aspx

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