Mar 2016 updated: Examcollection Microsoft 70-686 free exam 65-80

Question No. 65

Your company has 1,000 computers in the main office and 20 computers in store kiosks. All the computers run Windows 7 Enterprise. The kiosk computers do not have network connections. The company brands the Internet Explorer program window on all computers by displaying the company logo at the left end of the title bar. The company changes its logo. 

You have the following requirements: 

. Display the new logo on the Internet Explorer program window title bar on the main office computers and the kiosk computers. 

. Modify the search providers that are available to main office computers. 

You need to define Internet Explorer settings to support the requirements. 

What should you do? 

A. Use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) to create a custom configuration-only deployment package on the main office computers. Create a deployment CD for the kiosk computers. 

B. Use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) to create a custom configuration-only deployment package on the main office computers. Enable automatic version synchronization and specify a flash drive for the path. Distribute the configuration package to the kiosk computers. 

C. Save the logo as Logo.png and copy the file to the C:\Windows\Branding\ directory on each kiosk computer. Create and distribute a new OpenSearch description file for the main office computers. 

D. Use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) to create a custom configuration-only deployment package. Copy the setup file to a flash drive, and distribute the file to all computers. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Hints: 

Kiosk computer do not have network connections, deployment CD is needed. 


Question No. 66

DRAG DROP 

You are the desktop architect for an enterprise organization with computers that run Windows 7. 

You need to create a Group Policy object (GPO) to prevent Windows Explorer from starting until all logon scripts have finished. 

Which setting should you select? To answer, select the appropriate setting in the work area. 


Answer: 



Question No. 67

Your network includes the client computer hardware configurations shown in the following table. 


You need to deploy Windows 7 by using the fewest images. 

How many images are needed? 

A. 2 

B. 3 

C. 4 

D. 8 

Answer:

Explanation: 

One for 32bit image and one for 64bit image 


Question No. 68

When a user attempts to connect to a server named Server1 by using Remote Desktop Connection (RDC), he receives the following error message. 


You need to assign the least amount of privilege to the user to ensure that he can connect to Server1 by using RDC. 

To which group should you add the user? 

A. Add the user to the Power Users group on Server1. 

B. Add the user to the Remote Desktop Users group on Server1. 

C. Add the user to the domain Windows Authorization Access group. 

D. Add the user to the domain Remote Desktop Users group 

Answer:


Question No. 69

DRAG DROP 

You are planning to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise to all of your company's client computers. 

You have the following requirements: 

. Create two custom partitions on each client computer's hard disk, one for the operating system and the other for data. 

. Automatically create the partitions during Windows Setup. 

You need to design an image that meets the requirements. 

Which two 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) 


Answer: 



Question No. 70

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 

Answer:


Question No. 71

DRAG DROP 

An enterprise organization has computers that run Windows 7. Users log on to the Contoso.com domain from their client computers. 

A user is unable to log on to the domain. The user changed his password the previous night and was unable to log on this morning. After reviewing the event logs, you notice a large amount of NETLOGON errors. 

You need to ensure that the user can log on to the domain. 

Which command should you run? (To answer, drag the appropriate command and parameter from the list of commands and parameters to the correct location or locations in the work area.) 


Answer: 



Question No. 72

Your network has client computers that run Windows 7 Enterprise. You plan to deploy new administrative template policy settings by using custom ADMX files. You create the custom ADMX files, and you save them on a network share. You start Group Policy Object Editor (GPO Editor). The custom ADMX files are not available in the Group Policy editing session.

 You need to ensure that the ADMX files are available to the GPO Editor. What should you do? 

A. Copy the ADMX files to the % systemroot% \ inf folder on each Windows 7 computer, and then restart the GPO Editor. 

B. Set the network share permissions to grant all Windows 7 users Read access for the share. 

C. Copy the ADMX files to the %systemroot% \ system32 folder on each Windows 7 computer, and then restart the GPO Editor. 

D. Copy the ADMX files to the central store, and then restart the GPO Editor. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929841 To take advantage of the benefits of .admx files, you must create a Central Store in the SYSVOL folder on a domain controller. The Central Store is a file location that is checked by the Group Policy tools. The Group Policy tools use any .admx files that are in the Central Store. The files that are in the Central Store are later replicated to all domain controllers in the domain. 


Question No. 73

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 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 is a Microsoft solution accelerator available at no cost for deploying Windows operating systems. Based on the experience of Microsoft employees, partners, and customers, MDT 2010 contains many thousands of lines of code—code that provides a deployment framework so that customers can focus on their business, not on programming. Integrating MDT 2010 with Configuration Manager 2007 R2 helps large organizations use this framework to more easily implement the Zero-Touch, High-Volume 

Deployment strategy. 

Benefits of integrating MDT 2010 with Configuration Manager 2007 R2 in the Zero-Touch, High-Volume 

Deployment strategy include: 

-Streamlined deployment, because installation is fully automated without interaction. 

-Lower support costs, because configurations are consistent across all client computers. 

-Streamlined maintenance, because Configuration Manager 2007 R2 handles applications, device drivers, and updates. 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd919178(v=ws.10).aspx 


Question No. 74

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. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Hints: 

no user interaction = zero touch 


Topic 2, Scenario A 

Background 

You are the desktop architect for a company with 14,000 client computers. Some client computers are portable computers and some are desktop computers. All client computers currently run Windows XP. You are in the evaluation phase for upgrading to Windows 7. Approximately half of the Carlsbad and Madrid offices are used by sales employees. Sales employees report to the office only once per quarter. Your company has users in offices as shown in the following table. 


The address for the SharePoint site is https://intranet.company.com. 

Each location has gigabit network connections to the desktop except Madrid, which has 100 megabit connections. Each office has a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and uses multiple VLANs. 

You use Group Policy objects (GPOs) to manage various settings. The following figure displays the Organizational Unit (OU) layout for the Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. 


Each office has two connections, a data center WAN link and an Internet connection. Each office connects to a central data center facility with connection speeds as shown in the following table. 


You currently use one of each client computer model to create and maintain a disk image for each model. The models supported by your company are listed in the following table. 


You currently use a third-party disk imaging application to capture and deploy new Windows XP computers. Desktop administrators use optical media to deploy the image to new or repurposed client computers. The current Windows XP image is about 11 GB in size, which includes 2 GB of applications and 9 GB of Windows XP files. 

Business Requirements 

The deployment of Windows 7 must meet the following business requirements: 

Deployment requirements: 

The deployment must maximize the use of existing client computers. The deployment must 

reduce the amount of time spent updating client computers after deployment. 

Technical Requirements 

The application must meet the following technical requirements: 

Infrastructure requirements: 

The amount of disk space required to store deployment images must be reduced. The number of images that need to be copied across WAN links must be reduced. You are based in the Los Angeles office and use the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. You have a file server hosting a deployment share in Los Angeles. 

Application compatibility: 

-All current applications must be supported on Windows 7. 

-All offices are moving to a new finance application in the next six months. The new finance application installs and runs correctly on Windows 7. 

Migration requirements: 

-The deployment cannot require users to store their files on a network or external drive for the migration. Only system administrators can be allowed to install applications. User data must be migrated during upgrades to Windows 7. There is a small budget for hardware upgrades when required. 

Image maintenance: 

-You need to minimize the re-arm passes. 

Security 

-Each location has a security group made up of the desktop computer objects in that location. 

-Users must not be able to change their web browser or client computer security settings. 

-Your requirements are as follows: 

 A startup PIN and TPM are required for all BitLocker users. 

 Local regulations prohibit the use of BitLocker for all computers in the Munich office. This supersedes any other requirement. 

 All laptops within the company must have BitLocker enabled. 

 All Madrid desktops must have BitLocker enabled. 

 No other desktops besides Madrid should have Bitlocker enabled. 

-Computers in office lobbies are not permitted to join the domain. 

-You need to block the use of ActiveX controls for all external websites. 


Question No. 75

Your company has 1,000 Windows XP computers. You plan to migrate these computers to Windows 7. 

You need to detect compatibility issues that can occur during the installation and configuration process for a specific application. 

Which tool should you use? 

A. Windows Compatibility Evaluator 

B. Setup Analysis Tool 

C. Inventory Collector 

D. Update Compatibility Evaluator 

Answer:

Explanation: 

http://technet.microsoft.com/pt-pt/library/cc766109(v=ws.10).aspx 

The Setup Analysis Tool (SAT) automates the running of application installations while monitoring the actions taken by each application’s installer. The standalone version of SAT can monitor any MSI-based installers and third-party installers. However, the Virtual SAT tool can only monitor MSI-based installers and third-party installers that run unattended. 

hints: 

You need to detect compatibility issues that can occur during the installation and configuration process for a specific application. 


Question No. 76

Your network has a single domain with 1,000 client computers that run Windows Vista. 

You are planning a deployment of Windows 7. 

Your company has multiple departments. Only the sales department will use the existing target computers to run Windows 7. 

You have the following requirements: 

. Migrate the user state for each user. 

. Preserve the file system and existing applications for only the sales department computers. 

You need to recommend the deployment method that is appropriate for the environment. 

Which combination of deployment scenarios should you recommend? 

A. Use the Upgrade Computer method for the sales department computers. Use the Replace Computer method for all other computers. 

B. Use the Upgrade Computer method for the sales department computers. Use the Refresh Computer method for all other computers. 

C. Use the Refresh Computer method for the sales department computers. Use the New Computer method for all other computers. 

D. Use the Refresh Computer method for the sales department computers. Use the Replace Computer method for all other computers. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Hints: only upgrade can preserve existing application 

Replace method - change new computer and migrate user state for each user. 


Question No. 77

You use Group Policy to standardize Internet Explorer settings on Windows 7 client computers. Users occasionally change the Internet Explorer settings on individual client computers. 

. The company wants to maintain a standard Internet Explorer configuration on all client computers. 

. You need to ensure that the standard Internet Explorer configuration is in place each time users log on to client computers. 

What should you do? 

A. Use Group Policy to disable the Advanced tab of the Internet Explorer Properties dialog box. 

B. Use the Group Policy Update utility to refresh Group Policy. 

C. Enable Internet Explorer Maintenance Policy Processing in Group Policy. 

D. Enable User Group Policy loopback processing mode. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

nternet Explorer Maintenance policy processing 

This policy affects all policies that use the Internet Explorer Maintenance component of Group Policy, such as those in Windows Settings\Internet Explorer Maintenance. It overrides customized settings that the program implementing the Internet Explorer Maintenance policy set when it was installed. 

If you enable this policy, you can use the check boxes provided to change the options. Allow processing across a slow network connection updates the policies even when the update is being transmitted across a slow network connection, such as a telephone line. Updates across slow connections can cause significant delays. 

Do not apply during periodic background processing prevents the system from updating affected policies in the background while the computer is in use. Background updates can disrupt the user, cause a program to stop or operate abnormally, and, in rare cases, damage data. 

Process even if the Group Policy objects have not changed updates and reapplies the policies even if the policies have not changed. Many policy implementations specify that they are updated only when changed. 

However, you might want to update unchanged policies, such as reapplying a desired setting in case a user has changed it. 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc978526.aspx 


Question No. 78

You create a deployment image that must be tested in each office. You need to complete testing within a week to finalize the image for production. You need to recommend a deployment strategy to test the image with at least two users from each of the following departments: Finance Research Accounting Sales What should you recommend? 

A. Create a deployment share at each site. Direct the desktop technicians at each site to create Windows PE DVDs that install Windows 7 from the deployment share at each site. 

B. Create a deployment share in Los Angeles. Enable network boot at each site and have desktop technicians support users from each department. 

C. Create a deployment share in Los Angeles. Create a DVD installation disk and send one to each user from the Sales department. Have the desktop technicians at each site create DVD-based installations for users at each site. 

D. Create a deployment share at each site. Direct the desktop technicians at each site to create Windows PE USB flash drives that install Windows 7 from the deployment share at each site. 

Answer:


Question No. 79

A company network includes Windows 7 client computers and DirectAccess. 

When using DirectAccess, users cannot connect to the companys internal resources. 

You need to create a batch file that users can execute to trace all network traffic for 

DirectAccess from their home computers. 

Which command should you use? To answer, drag the appropriate terms from the list of 

terms to the correct location or locations in the work area. 


Answer: 



Question No. 80

Your company has client computers that run Windows XP Professional. 

You are planning to install Windows 7 Enterprise on the existing client computers. 

You need to design a user state migration strategy that minimizes network bandwidth and server use when user data is being migrated. 

What should you do? 

A. Use the Refresh Computer method and a hard-link migration store. 

B. Use the Refresh Computer method and a compressed migration store. 

C. Use the Replace Computer method and a hard-link migration store. 

D. Use the Replace Computer method and a compressed migration store. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

A hard-link migration store enables you to perform an in-place migration where all user state is maintained on the computer while the old operating system is removed and the new operating system is installed; this is why it is best suited for the computer-refresh scenario. 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd560753(v=ws.10).aspx 

Refresh Scenario 

Similar to a new installation, the refresh scenario performs a clean setup. The difference is that the target computer already contains Windows, for which files and settings will be preserved (installed applications are not taken into consideration). This scenario is especially useful in the event that preserving the user state is a priority. It still leverages the consistency benefits that come through a new installation. You can automate this scenario with the latest version of the User State Migration Tool (USMT 4.0), which will collect pertinent data for each user state found in the system, and restore it after the clean installation is performed. 

Replace Scenario 

This is similar to the refresh scenario, except the target system is a new computer that does not yet contain any files or settings. The scenario consists of conducting a new installation on the target computer, and then using the USMT 4.0 to transfer files and settings from the old computer. You can run this scenario side-by-side with an older system running Windows XP or Windows Vista. 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/hh124549.aspx 

Hints: 

Install on existing client computer = refresh 

Replace a new client computer = Replace