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A company runs Windows Server 2008 R2 in an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environment. Windows 7 is installed on all the companys client computers. You add a domain user account named User1 to the local Administrators group on a client computer named PC01. When User1 returns to the office, User1 does not have administrative access on PC01. When you inspect PC01, you find that the local Administrators group does not contain the user account. You need to ensure that User1 is a member of the local Administrators group. Which Group Policy setting should you select? (To answer, select the appropriate Group Policy setting in the work area.)
You are planning a deployment of Windows 7 on multiple client computers. You need to recommend a Windows 7 deployment solution that meets the following requirements:
– Must support the deployment of WIM or VHD.
– Must support deployment by using multicast.
What should you include in the recommendations?
A. System Center Configuration Manager 2010
B. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT)
C. Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM)
D. Windows Deployment Services
You are planning a Windows 7 deployment infrastructure for a new company. You have the following requirements:
– Three domains.
– 10,000 client computers.
– No user interaction.
You need to recommend a deployment infrastructure. What should you recommend?
A. Deploy Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2.
Design a zero-touch installation.
B. Deploy Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
Design a lite-touch installation.
C. Deploy Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2.
Design a lite-touch installation.
D. Deploy Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010.
Design a zero-touch installation.
No user interaction = zero touch.
Your network contains an Active Directory domain. You plan to deploy Windows 7 by using zero-touch installation. You need to test the zero-touch installation on a computer named computer1. You create a computer account for computer1. What should you do next?
A. Create a computer collection that contains the computer account for computer1.
B. Create a distribution group that contains the computer account for computer1.
C. Create a child domain and move the computer account for computer1 to the child domain.
D. Create a security group that contains the computer account for computer1.
Your company has a single Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain and 1,000 client computers. You are planning to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to the client computers. You need to design a zero-touch installation strategy. What should you use in your design?
A. custom Windows 7 image on DVD
B. unattended installation
C. Windows Deployment Services (WDS)
D. Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2
Your company has client computers that run Windows Vista. The company plans to upgrade the Windows Vista computers to Windows 7. The current configuration of all client computers in your company is based on a common Windows Vista image. Some branch offices use WAN connections to connect to the main office. You have the following requirements:
– Transfer all user data from the original Windows Vista installation to the new Windows 7 installation.
– Use the least amount of bandwidth while transferring the user data.
– Support the same migration strategy for all offices.
You need to design a user state migration strategy that supports the requirements. What should you do?
A. Use the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool.
B. Use the User State Migration Tool (USMT) and a hard-link migration store.
C. Use Windows PE to perform an offline migration.
D. Use the multicast feature of Windows Deployment Services (WDS).
A and B is not use for user state migration. C is the best tool to do that.
You are designing a Windows 7 deployment image. You plan to install Windows 7 Enterprise with a Multiple Activation Key (MAK). You need to add the MAK to the configuration pass by using an answer file. To which configuration pass should you add the MAK?
A. the WindowsPE configuration pass
B. the Generalize configuration pass
C. the AuditSystem configuration pass
D. the Specialize configuration pass
As a single key is used, you can add MAK keys images when deploying them centrally. When using the Sysprep utility to prepare an image, you add a MAK key to an image during the Specialize configuration pass. When performing a traditional installation, you can enter MAK keys in the same way that you would enter a retail key. The main issue that requires consideration when using a MAK key is how you will perform activation.
All client computers in your network run Windows XP. Some of the computers are part of a secure network. Some of the computers connect to the network by using virtual private networking (VPN). You are planning to deploy Windows 7. You have the following requirements:
– Use a dedicated server for deployment.
– Use a single operating system image for deployment.
– Ensure that you can use removable media to deploy the image.
– Ensure that you can select which applications are installed onto a client computer at the time of deployment.
You need to design a deployment strategy that meets the requirements. What should you do?
A. Use the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit to perform a lite-touch installation.
B. Use Windows Deployment Services on a network server to deploy Windows 7 by using an install image.
C. Using a Windows PE boot media, use ImageX to apply the image from a network share to the client computers.
D. Use System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 to perform a zero-touch installation.
You have a single Active Directory domain. All domain controllers run Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1). You plan to store Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption recovery passwords in Active Directory. You need to recommend the solution that uses the least amount of administrative effort. What should you recommend?
A. Upgrade the domain controller that has the role of operations master to Windows Server 2008 R2.
B. Upgrade all domain controllers to Windows Server 2008 R2.
C. Upgrade all domain controllers to Windows Server 2003 SP2.
D. Extend the Active Directory schema.
You create a Windows 7 deployment image that includes custom Internet Explorer branding and search providers. Your company decides to deploy all custom settings by using Group Policy. You need to restore the Internet Explorer settings in the deployment image to the Microsoft default settings. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings (RIES) feature, and run the Remove Branding process on the deployment image.
B. Update the Internet Explorer Maintenance policy processing Group Policy object (GPO) settings for all computers.
C. Update the Internet Explorer Manage Add-ons settings for all computers.
D. Use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings (RIES) feature, and run the Reset process on the deployment image.
Reset Internet Explorer settings Deletes all temporary files, disables browser add-ons, and resets all the changed settings to factory settings. It can be used if the browser is in an unusable state.
Your network has client computers that run Windows 7. A custom Web-based application requires specific security settings. You need to prevent users from permanently modifying their Internet Explorer browsers security settings. What should you do?
A. Reset the Internet Explorer settings
B. Restore the advanced settings in Internet Explorer
C. Use Windows Internet Explorer Maintenance (IEM) extension settings in Preference mode
D. Use Windows Internet Explorer Maintenance (IEM) extension settings in Normal mode
Normal mode, you can configure IEM settings so that they are refreshed on users’ computers on a periodic basis (or each time the users log in). However, users can temporarily change these settings between the times scheduled for their setting refresh. For this reason, these settings in Normal mode behave as “pseudo-policies.” In Preference mode, you can configure IEM settings, but allow users to change these settings later by using the Internet Explorer 9 user interface.
Your company has an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) forest with a single domain. The domain, organizational unit (OU), and Group Policy object (GPO) design is shown in the following diagram. The NY Computers OU contains client computers that run either Windows Vista Enterprise or Windows 7 Enterprise. The New York Computers GPO defines software restriction policies (SRPs). You have the following requirements:
– SRPs must be used for only Windows Vista Enterprise client computers.
– AppLocker policies must be used for only Windows 7 Enterprise client computers.
– AppLocker policies must be defined by using Group Policy.
You need to design an AppLocker deployment that meets these requirements. What should you do?
A. Create a new GPO that has the AppLocker settings, and link it to the NY Users OU.
B. Define the AppLocker settings in the New York Baseline GPO.
C. Define the AppLocker settings in the New York Users GPO.
D. Create a new GPO that has the AppLocker settings, and link it to the NY Computers OU.
You plan to use Windows PowerShell scripts to configure system settings when you deploy Windows 7. You need to ensure that Windows PowerShell scripts will run on the client computers during initial setup. What should you do?
A. Set the script execution policy to Restricted.
B. Set the script execution policy to RemoteSigned.
C. Use Group Policy preferences.
D. Set the script execution policy to AllSigned.
Your company has offices in several countries. You must test and validate all operating system images before you deploy them. You create a Windows 7 Enterprise master image that has all language packs installed. You test and validate the master image. You are planning to create regional images based on the master image. Each regional image will contain only the language pack that is necessary for a specific geographic region. You have the following requirements:
– Remove the language packs that are unnecessary for each region.
– Minimize the necessary testing and validation.
You need to create the regional images. What should you do?
A. Run lpksetup.exe/u in unattended mode on the master image.
B. Deploy the master image to a target computer.
Remove the unnecessary language packs, and then capture each regional image.
C. Service the master image online by using the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool.
D. Service the master image offline by using the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool.
You are planning the deployment of Windows 7 to computers that are located in a main office, in branch offices, and in a store kiosk. Computers in all three types of location use the same hardware. Kiosk computers are members of a workgroup. Kiosk computers must use specific settings for local security. Branch office computers must use BitLocker Drive Encryption. You have the following requirements:
– Create deployment images.
– Minimize image maintenance.
You need to define an image-creation strategy that meets the requirements. What should you do?
A. Create a single image to use for the branch office computers and the kiosk computers.
Create a separate image to use for the main office computers.
B. Create a single image to use for all location types.
Create a custom Windows security template for each location type.
C. Create one image to use for each location type.
Encrypt the hard disks on the branch office computers prior to capturing the image.
D. Create a single image to use for the main office computers and the branch office computers, and apply the required settings through Group Policy.
Create a separate image to use for the kiosk computers.
Kiosk is belong to workgroup, it does not support by group policy, so it must use separate image for its own local security.
You have an image that is used to deploy Windows 7 on client computers. You need to modify the image to change the edition of Windows 7. What should you do?
A. Use Windows Setup to service the image.
B. Service the image online.
C. Service the image offline.
D. Use audit mode to service the image.
Change the Windows Image to a Higher Edition. You can change your Windows image to a higher edition while it is offline by using the DISM commands in the following procedure. You should not use this procedure on an image that has already been changed to a higher edition.
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