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QUESTION 151

You have a public computer that runs Windows 7. On the computer, you create two user accounts named Admin1 and User1. Admin1 is a member of the Administration group, User1 is a member of the Users group.

 

You need to configure the computer to meet the following requirements:

 

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clip_image002[1]Prevent User1 from accessing the Control Panel.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Create a new local Group Policy object (GPO) linked to the Admin1 account. From User Configuration set Prohibit Access to Control Panel.

B.

Create a new local Group Policy object (GPO) linked to the User1 account. From User Configuration, set Prohibit Access to Control Panel.

C.

From Local Security Policy, set System objects: Strengthen default permissions of internal system objects (e.g., Symbolic Links) to Enabled and set User Account Control:

Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account to Disabled.

D.

From Local Security Policy, set System objects: Strengthen default permissions of internal system objects (e.g., Symbolic Links) to Disabled and set User Account Control:

Admin Approval Mode for the Builtin Administrator account to Enabled.

 

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

Group Policy Settings for Control Panel

There are several Group Policy settings that control the behavior of Control Panel in Windows 7. The full path of this node in the Group Policy Management Console is: User ConfigurationAdministrative TemplatesControl PanelProhibit access to the Control PanelThis policy setting allows you to disable all Control Panel programs.If you enable this policy setting, you prevent Control.exe from starting. As a result, users cannot start Control Panel or run any Control Panel items. It also removes Control Panel from the Start menu, and it removes the Control Panel folder from Windows Explorer. If users try to select a Control Panel item from the Properties menu, a message appears that explains a policy setting prevents the action.

 

QUESTION 152

You have a computer that runs Windows 7. IPv6 is disabled on the computer.

 

The computer has the following IPv4 settings:

 

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clip_image002[3]Subnet mask: 25S.255.0.0

clip_image002[4]Default gateway: 10.1.1.194

clip_image002[5]Preferred DNS server: 10.1.1.195

 

You need to ensure that the computer can only communicate with computers on the local subnet.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Delete the default gateway address.

B.

Delete the preferred DNS server IP address

C.

Configure the subnet mask to use 255.255.255.0

D.

Configure the subnet mask to use 255.255.255.192

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

Why gateways work

Default gateways are important to make IP routing work efficiently. In most cases, the router that acts as the default gateway for TCP/IP hosts–either a dedicated router or a computer that connects two or more network segments–maintains knowledge of other networks in the larger network and how to reach them. TCP/IP hosts rely on default gateways for most of their communication needs with hosts on remote network segments. In this way, individual hosts are freed of the burden of having to maintain extensive and continuously updated knowledge about individual remote IP network segments. Only the router that acts as the default gateway needs to maintain this level of routing knowledge to reach other remote network segments in the larger internetwork. If the default gateway fails, communication beyond the local network segment may be impaired. To prevent this, you can use the Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box (in Network Connections) for each connection to specify multiple default gateways. You can also use the route command to manually add routes to the routing table for heavily used hosts or networks.

 

 

QUESTION 153

You install an application named app1.exe on a computer After the installation the computer becomes unresponsive. You restart the computer and attempt to uninstall App1.exe. The uninstallation of App1.exe fails. You need to restore the computer to its previous functional state. You must achieve the goal by using the minimum amount of administration. What should you do?

 

A.

From Recovery, restore a system restore point.

B.

From the Previous Versions tab of App1.exe, click Restore button.

C.

Start the computer, press F8 and then use the Last Known Good Configuration.

D.

Create a system repair disc and then start the computer from the system repair disc.

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

If you install an application that causes your computer to become unstable, you should first attempt to uninstall the application. If this does not solve the problem, you can restore system files and settings by performing a system restore to restore the computer to its last system restore point. A system restore returns a computer system to a selected restore point. System restores do not alter user files. Note that a system restore is not the same as a System Image restore.

Windows 7 creates system restore points on a regular schedule and prior to events such as the installation of applications and drivers. A restore point contains information about registry settings and other system information. Windows 7 generates restore points automatically before implementing significant system changes. You can manually create restore points and restore a computer system to a selected restore point. If you install an application or driver that causes your computer to become unstable, you should first attempt to uninstall the application or roll back the driver. If this does not solve the problem, you can restore system files and settings by performing a system restore to restore the computer to its last system restore point. A system restore returns a computer system to a selected restore point. System restores do not alter user files. Note that a system restore is not the same as a System Image restore.

 

 

QUESTION 154

You have a portable computer named Computer1 and a desktop computer named Computer2. Both computers run windows 7. On computer2, you create a share named Share1 by using Advanced Sharing feature. You need to ensure that when you connect to Share1 from Computer1, the files that you open are automatically cached. What should you do?

 

A.

On Computer1, modify the Offline Files settings.

B.

On Computer1, modify the User Profile settings.

C.

On Computer2, modify the properties of Share1.

D.

On Computer2, modify the file sharing connection settings for the HomeGroup

 

Correct Answer: C

Explanation:

The caching feature of Shared Folders ensures that users have access to shared files even when they are working offline without access to the network. You can also use Shared Folders or Share and Storage Management to enable BranchCache on shared resources. The BranchCache feature in Windows?7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 enables computers in a branch office to cache files downloaded from this shared folder, and then securely serve the files to other computers in the branch.

To set caching options for a shared folder by using the Windows interface

1. Open Computer Management.

2. If the User Account Control dialog box appears, confirm that the action it displays is what you want, and then click Yes.

3. In the console tree, click System Tools, click Shared Folders, and then click Shares.

4. In the results pane, right-click the shared folder, and then click Properties.

5. On the General tab, click Offline Settings, configure the offline availability options as appropriate and then click OK.

 

Offline availability optionsSelect the following offline availability option for each shared folder:

 

All files and programs that users open from the share are automatically available offlineWhenever a user accesses the shared folder or volume and opens a file or program in it, that file or program will be automatically made available offline to that user. Files and programs that are automatically made available offline will remain in the Offline Files cache and synchronize with the version on the server until the cache is full or the user deletes the files. Files and programs that are not opened are not available offline.

 

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QUESTION 155

You have a computer that runs Windows 7. You view the properties of a file on the computer as show in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

 

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You need to ensure that you can configure permissions on the file. What should you do?

 

A.

From Folder Options, modify the View settings.

B.

Move the file to a disk that has the NTFS file system.

C.

Open Windows Explorer by using elevated privileges.

D.

Hold the SHIFT key, right-click the file, and click Properties.

 

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

Missing options hints not on NTFS. On NTFS volumes, you can set security permissions on files and folders. These permissions grant or deny access to the files and folders. You can view security permissions for files and folders by completing the following steps: 1. In Windows Explorer, right-click the file or folder you want to work with. 2. From the pop-up menu, select Properties, and then in the Properties dialog box click the Security tab.3. In the Name list box, select the user, contact, computer, or group whose permissions you want to view. If the permissions are dimmed, it means the permissions are inherited from a parent object.

 

 

 

QUESTION 156

You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The computers hard disks are configured as shown in the following table.

 

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You need to ensure that you can recover the operating system and all the files on the computer if both hard disks fail. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

A.

Create a system image.

B.

Create a system repair disc.

C.

Shrink C and then create a new partition.

D.

Connect an external hard disk to the computer.

 

Correct Answer: AD

Explanation:A System Image is a copy of all the files and folders on the system disk (and other specified hard disks) on a computer. You can use a System Image backup to restore the computer to exactly what its configuration was when the System Image backup was created.

 

External hard drives can be removed and stored in a secure location.NOT System Repair Disc:A system repair disc can be used to boot your computer. It also contains Windows system recovery tools that can help you recover Windows from a serious error or restore your computer from a system image. It does not actually save the data and will only help if a system image exists elsewhere.NOT Shrink: All partitions are inaccessible is a hard disk fails.

 

 

QUESTION 157

You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The network connection details are shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

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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.

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

IPv4 is not currently enabled and 192.168.1.50 is an IPv4 address.Therefore IPv4 is required so ENABLE it.

 

 

QUESTION 158

You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The computer contains one hard disk. The hard disk is configured as shown in the following table.

 

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You install a new 250-GB hard disk in the computer.

 

You need to ensure that all the files on the computer are available if a single disk fails.

 

What should you do?

 

A.

Create a mount point on C and D and then create a striped volume.

B.

Create a mount point on C and D and then create two striped volumes.

C.

Convert both disks to dynamic disks and then create a mirrored volume.

D.

Convert both disks to dynamic disks and then create two mirrored volumes.

 

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

Creating a Mirrored Volume (RAID-1)A mirrored or RAID-1 volume provides availability and fault tolerance but does not improve performance. It uses two disks (or two portions on separate disks) that are the same size. Any changes made to the first disk of a mirror set are also made to its mirror disk. If the first disk fails, the mirror is broken and the second disk is used until the first is repaired or replaced. The mirror is then re-created, and the information on the working disk is mirrored on the repaired disk. The disadvantage of RAID-1 is that you need (for example) two 200-GB disks to hold 200 GB of data. The advantage is that you can mirror a system disk containing your operating system.You create a mirrored volume using a very similar procedure to the one that creates a striped volume, except that you right-click the first disk of your mirror and click New Mirrored Volume to start the appropriate wizard. You then select the second disk. The second disk needs to have a portion of unallocated space that is at least as large as the disk you want to mirror. The drive letter for a mirrored volume is the same as the drive letter of the first disk.You can also use the Diskpart tool to create a mirrored volume. At the DISKPART> prompt you first use the select disk command to select the first disk. You then enter a command with the syntax add disk=<n>to specify the mirror disk.

 

 

QUESTION 159

You have two portable computers that run Windows 7. The computers are not connected to a network.

 

The computers are configured as shown in the following table.

 

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You need to transfer a 1-gigabit file from Computer1 to Computer2. What should you do first?

 

A.

On Computer1, create a wireless ad hoc network.

B.

On Computer2, configure the Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard to send files.

C.

On Computer2, create a network profile to connect to a network named Homegroup.

D.

On Computer1, configure the computer to be a member of a workgroup named Homegroup.

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

Wireless Ad Hoc networkYou can set up a temporary wireless network, or ad hoc network, between two or more computers running Windows 7 (or between computers running Windows 7 and Windows Vista) provided they are all within 30 feet (9 meters) of each other. A WAP is not required to set up an ad hoc network. This enables users to share folders and other resources without needing to connect to an organizational network. On the first computer on the network, you open Network And Sharing Center and click Set Up A New Connection Or Network. You then choose the option Set Up A Wireless Ad Hoc (Computer To Computer) Network. You give the network a name and (if you want) set up a security key so that users joining the network need to supply a password. For WEP, this can be 5 case-sensitive characters, 13 case-sensitive characters, 10 hexadecimal caseinsensitive characters, or 26 hexadecimal case-insensitive characters, depending on security considerations. (If you choose WPA-2 Personal, you can insist on a 64-character password, but by the time everyone has typed it in correctly, the meeting would probably be over.)BluetoothWindows supports Bluetooth version 1.1 and later versions. Windows does not support Bluetooth version 1.0 because that specification lacks several critical updates that Windows requires to support Bluetooth wireless technology well.

 

 

QUESTION 160

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

 

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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.

 

Correct Answer: D

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.

 

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