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QUESTION 51

You need to receive alerts when unanalyzed software is detected on your computer. You must achieve

this goal without sending information to Microsoft. What should you do?

A. Confirm that Windows Defender is not subscribed to the Microsoft Spynet online community. Select the Use heuristics to detect potentially harmful or unwanted behavior by software that hasn’t been analyzed for risks checkbox in Windows Defender.

B. Configure Windows Defender with a basic membership to the Spynet online community.

C. Configure Windows Defender with an advanced membership to the Spynet online community.

D. Configure the Software Explorer option in Windows Defender to display software for all users.

Answer: A


QUESTION 52

You have a computer that runs Windows Vista.

You attempt to run a game application on the computer. The computer warns you that the application is potential spyware. You confirm that the application is not spyware.

You need to configure the computer to stop displaying spyware warnings when you run the application. What should you do?

A. In Parental Controls, set Block or allow specific games to Always Allow.

B. In Parental Controls, configure Application Restrictions to allow the application.

C. Start the application. Select Always Allow in the Windows Defender Alert dialog box.

D. Start the application. Select the application by using Software Explorer in Windows Defender.

Answer: C


QUESTION 53

The pop-up blocker is enabled on your computer.

A Web site that you visit regularly uses pop-ups.

You need to view the pop-ups from this Web site while maintaining the highest level of security for all other Web sites.

What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A. Disable the pop-up blocker.

B. Add the URL of the Web site to the list of trusted sites.

C. Add the URL of the Web site to the list of allowed sites.

D. Enable the Automatic Website Checking option on the Phishing filter.

E. Visit the Web site and select the Always allow pop-ups from this site option.

Answer: CE


QUESTION 54

You need to reduce the level of access that a malicious Web site might have to your computer.

What should you do?

A. Start a Windows Defender scan.

B. Enable Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer Phishing Filter.

C. Enable Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer Pop-up Blocker.

D. Confirm that Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer Protected Mode is enabled on the Internet security zone.

Answer: D


QUESTION 55

You have a computer that runs Windows Vista.

You need to restore the default Windows Internet Explorer settings for the internal network. You want to maintain the current settings for the Internet.

What should you do on the Internet Explorer Security tab?

A. Select Local intranet and click Default level.

B. Select Trusted sites and click Default level.

C. Select Local intranet and click Reset all zones to default level.

D. Select Trusted sites and click Reset all zones to default level.

Answer: A


QUESTION 56

A user has a computer that runs Windows Vista.

You need to prevent the user from accessing contoso.com Web sites. What should you do in Windows Internet Explorer?

A. Add *://*.contoso.com to the Trusted sites zone.

B. Add *://*.contoso.com to the Restricted sites zone.

C. Add NOT http://*.contoso.com to the Trusted sites zone.

D. Add NOT http://*.contoso.com to the Restricted sites zone.

Answer: B


QUESTION 57

You have a computer that runs Windows Vista.

You need to ensure that the temporary Internet files are deleted when you close Windows Internet Explorer. What should you do?

A. Modify the properties of the Recycle Bin.

B. From the Internet Options, modify the advanced settings.

C. Modify the permissions of the %systemroot%temphistory folder.

D. From the Internet Options, modify the security level for the Internet zone.

Answer: B


QUESTION 58

You have a computer that runs Windows Vista.

You need to ensure that active content can be automatically displayed when you insert a CD. What should you do?

A. From Windows Internet Explorer, modify the security settings.

B. From Windows Firewall, create a new exception rule.

C. From Windows Defender, modify the Allowed items list.

D. From System Configuration Utility, modify the Startup items list.

Answer: A


QUESTION 59

Your computer is part of a workgroup. You share files with other users on the network.

You configure exceptions in Microsoft Windows Firewall to allow file sharing. Users report that they are

unable to connect to your computer.

You need to ensure that other users are able to access only the shared files. What should you do?

A. Restart the Workstation service on your computer.

B. Change all of your TCP port exceptions to UDP port exceptions.

C. Ensure parental controls are not configured to block file sharing.

D. Clear the Block all incoming connections check box in Windows Firewall.

Answer: D


QUESTION 60

Your computer has Microsoft Windows Firewall enabled.

Your child plays an online game that uses connectionless traffic over port 5678 for inbound and outbound traffic.

You need to prevent your child from playing this game. What should you do?

A. Enable the User Account Control feature.

B. Configure the user account of your child as a standard user.

C. Create an outbound rule in Windows Firewall to block UDP port 5678.

D. Create an outbound rule in Windows Firewall to block TCP port 5678.

Answer: C

 

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