70-620 EXAM Queston 05

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Question 41: (QID=25407)
You are the desktop support professional for MCMCSE.com. An end user running Windows Vista Ultimate has opened up a help desk ticket because they need help disconnecting their system from their current ad-hoc wireless configuration and connecting their computer to a nearby wireless router.

During troubleshooting you realize that for some reason the operating system is not automatically detecting the wireless router.

You can access the resources on the ad-hoc set up

You need to determine the most likely cause of this problem.

What should you conclude?

1. The WLAN AutoConfig service is not started on the computer.
2. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is enabled on the wireless router.
3. The wireless router is not broadcasting its service set identifier (SSID).
4. The wireless adapter on the computer is turned off.

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: From the supplied information the most likely answer is that the wireless router is not broadcasting its SSID. When wireless routers are not configured to broadcast their SSIDs, Windows cannot automatically detect the wireless router. You can still connect to the router manually by specifing the SSID and choosing the Connect even if the network is not broadcasting option.

WLAN AutoConfig service is actually started and you know this because the ad-hoc wireless configuration is up and running.

WEP cannot prevent a computer from discovering a wireless device. It will prevent a computer from communicating with the device and using it if you do not have the secured access of a WEP key.

If the wireless adapter was turned off you would not have a working ad-hoc wireless connection.

References:
Troubleshoot problems finding wireless networks
Connecting to non-broadcast wireless networks in Windows Vista

Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity

Question 42: (QID=25383)
You are a desktop support professional for MCMCSE.com and you have installed Windows Vista Business on a new computer system for an end user who needs to have several additional languages to be available on the system.

An additional requirement that he will need is to be able to use the special characters for each of these languages.

He also needs to install Windows Vista Multilingual User Interface Pack (MUI) so that it can translate most of the Vista user interface for him.

You need to support this request. What should you do first?

1. Configure the Language bar so he can easily switch form one language to another.
2. Install the other required languages in the Regional and Language Options settings.
3. Upgrade the computer to Windows Vista Ultimate.
4. In the Regional and Language Options Control Panel, go to the Keyboards and Languages tab and change the default input to the required Language.

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: You will need to upgrade the system to Windows Vista Ultimate because Windows Vista Business does not support simultaneous installations of multiple user interface languages. Although the option is not provided in the possible answers, you could also upgrade to Windows Vista Enterprise as it also supports the use of the Windows Vista Multilingual User Interface Pack (MUI).

Reference: Install a display language

Objective: Installing and Upgrading Windows Vista

Question 43: (QID=25392)
Users in the news department heavily leverage Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds from a news Website. One of the feeds contains links that users can click to play large Windows Media Video (WMV) files in Media Center. When your users click the links, it takes between 30 seconds and one minute before the file actually plays.

You need to allow the file to play as soon as your users click the link to view the files.

What should you do?

1. Open Windows Media Player. On the Performance tab, choose the Buffer option and adjust the default buffer 5 seconds of content setting to 30 seconds and then choose APPLY to keep the settings.
2. Open Windows Media Player. On the Performance tab, choose the Buffer option and choose the default buffer 5 seconds of content setting.
3. Open the Feed Properties dialog box for the feed. Select the Automatically download attached files option.
4. Open the Performance Options dialog box of System Properties. Choose the Adjust for best performance option.

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: You should open the Feed Properties dialog box for the feed and select the Automatically download attached files option which causes Internet Explorer to automatically download attached files so that they already exist on the computer when a user attempts to access them while viewing a feed.

By doing this you set Internet Explorer to download the WMV files automatically which eliminates the time that it takes to download the files from their Internet locations.

You should not set any buffer time for the content as this causes Windows Media Player to load the designated number of seconds worth of video into memory before playing it.

You should not open the Performance Options dialog box of System Properties and choose the Adjust for best performance option. This improves performance of the operating system as a whole. In this scenario, the problem is related to downloading large attachments.

You should not open the Manage Add-ons dialog box and enable the Windows Media Player ActiveX object. Enabling this object allows multimedia content to be played directly in Internet Explorer.

Reference: Using RSS feeds in Internet Explorer

Objective: Configuring and Troubleshooting Post-Installation System Settings

Question 44: (QID=25389)
You are a desktop support professional for MCMCSE.com and you have been tasked with performing some in place upgrades to several Windows XP workstations to get them running Windows Vista Ultimate. You want the latest drivers and Windows Vista critical fixes to be installed automatically.

You create an autounattend.xml file using the Windows System Image Manager to automate the installation process.

You need to ensure that Dynamic Update will work during the install.

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

1. Verify that Internet Explorer 4.1 or later is installed.
2. Use Drvload in Windows PE to dynamically load drivers.
3. Have the user click Yes when asked if Setup should get important updates for installation.
4. Add the line DUDisable = No to the answer file.
5. Ensure that the workstation is connected to the Internet.

Correct answer(s): 5 1

Explanation: For Dynamic Update to work, the systems must have Internet Explorer 4.1 or later installed and they must have an available internet connection.

The

Question outlined that you were automating the installation process and as such the end user should not have to click Yes when asked if Setup should get important updates for installation.

Dynamic Update is enabled by default and does not need a specific line added for functionality. Adding DUDisable = No to the answer file is not necessary.

Drvload tool adds out-of-box drivers to a booted Windows PE image and it would not be used for in place upgrades of systems.

References:
Planning for Dynamic Update in Windows Vista
Using Dynamic Update

Objective: Installing and Upgrading Windows Vista

Question 45: (QID=25429)
You are the end user systems support specialist for your Windows Server 2003 native mode domain. You have been tasked with planning an upgrade of the company laptops to Windows Vista Business. You need to plan the design of the upgrade project so that the users to be able to stop working and travel with their laptop and then resume work as quickly as possible when they get to their destination. You also need to consider system design and configuration settings that will protect for data loss as much as possible should there be critical power problem such as running into a situation where there is the potential for gradual, complete battery discharge or sudden complete battery failure.

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

1. Ensure that there is available disk space equivalent to the amount of RAM.
2. Ensure that the users are administrators or have administrator level permission of their laptops.
3. Ensure that the users are administrators or have administrator level permissions in the domain.
4. Configure hibernation on the laptop.
5. Configure sleep on the laptop.
6. Configure hybrid sleep on the laptop.

Correct answer(s): 1 6

Explanation: Windows Vista offers a Hybrid Sleep option that saves any open documents and programs to memory and to your hard disk, and then puts your computer into a low-power state. When Hybrid Sleep is enabled Vista can restore your work from your hard disk.

Hibernate does not provide the quickest way to restore work because the data must be loaded from the hard drive to RAM prior to the desktop being made available to the user.

The Sleep option would not protect the laptop from data loss should the battery suffer a critical fauilre or if it was removed without being plugged into A/C power. Sleep will use the hiberfil.sys file should the battery become low, but if the battery is unexpectedly not available there would be loss of data in this state.

The user does not need to have any type of administrator level permission to use the Hybrid Sleep option or other power options on the mobile device.

Reference: Turn off a computer: frequently asked

Questions

Objective: Configuring and Troubleshooting Mobile Computing

Question 46: (QID=25412)
You recently configured Windows Sidebar on your computer and added the Clock gadget and the Feed Headlines gadget. Both gadgets are currently docked to the upper-right edge of the screen.

After using it this way for a little bit youve decided that you only want the Clock gadget to always be visible and to have it be displayed at the center of the desktop. The Feed Headlines gadget should be configured to become visible only when you click the Windows Sidebar icon on the taskbar.

You need to configure Windows Sidebar in this manner

What should you do?

1. Right-click the Feed Headlines gadget and choose Detach from Sidebar from the context menu. Right-click the Clock gadget and choose Close from the context menu.
2. Right-click the Clock gadget and choose Detach from Sidebar from the context menu. Right-click the Feed Headlines gadget and choose Close Gadget from the context menu.
3. Right-click the Clock gadget and choose Detach from Sidebar from the context menu. Right-click Windows Sidebar and choose Close Sidebar from the context menu.
4. Right-click the Feed Headlines gadget and choose Detach from Sidebar from the context menu. Right-click Windows Sidebar and choose Close Sidebar from the context menu.

Correct answer(s): 3
Explanation: In order to configure this in the manner outlined in the scenario you would need to detach the Clock gadget from Windows Sidebar by right-clicking the gadget and choose Detach from Sidebar from the context menu and then close the Windows Sidebar. The Clock gadget would be visible as it would be detached from the Sidebar and the rest of the configuration need is met my simply closing out the Sidebar. When you decide that you need to view the Feed Headlines again you would just click the Windows Sidebar icon on the taskbar.

You should not detach the Feed Headlines gadget from Windows Sidebar because that would be the gadget that would remain visible when Windows Sidebar is closed and the scenario called for the Clock.

You should not right-click the Feed Headlines or Clock gadget and choose Close Gadget from the context menu. This would close the gadget so that it never appears until you manually add it back to Windows Sidebar.

References:
Windows Sidebar: frequently asked

Questions
Customize Windows Sidebar

Objective: Configuring Applications Included with Windows Vista

Question 47: (QID=25386)
You are a desktop installer for MCMCSE.com and you need to install both Windows 95 and Windows Vista on three new computers so that users can continue to use a custom application that needs Windows 95 to run properly while your developers work on re-coding the application to fully run in Windows Vista.

What should you do?

1. Install Windows Vista, followed by Windows 95. Format the system partition as FAT.
2. Install Windows Vista, followed by Windows 95. Format the system partition as NTFS.
3. Install Windows 95, followed by Windows Vista. Format the system partition as NTFS.
4. Install Windows 95, followed by Windows Vista. Format the system partition as FAT.

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: For computers on which you want to install Windows 95 and Windows Vista:
Install Windows 95 first. Otherwise important files needed to start Windows Vista can be overwritten.
Install each operating system on its own partition, and then install the applications used with each operating system on the same partition. If you intend to run an application on both operating systems, install it on both partitions.
Format the system partition as FAT. (For Windows 95 OSR2, the primary partition must be formatted as FAT or FAT32.)
Compressed DriveSpace or DoubleSpace volumes are not available while you run Windows Vista. It is not necessary to uncompress DriveSpace or DoubleSpace volumes that you access only from Windows 95.
You should not install Windows Vista first because files that are needed to start Windows Vista might be overwritten when you install Windows 95.

You should not format the system partition as NTFS. Windows 95 cannot read local NTFS volumes.

Reference: Determining How Many Operating Systems to Install

Objective: Installing and Upgrading Windows Vista

Question 48: (QID=25401)
You are the level two support technician for your company and you are configuring a new laptop with Windows Vista Business Edition for one of the senior sales people.

You have configured the portable computer so that there are one set of Windows Firewall rules when he is at the office, a different set of rules when traveling, and another set when he is at home. You want to ensure that he is secure when he is traveling.

Additional requirements are that he needs to be able to share files when connected to his home network.

What actions do you need to take to accomplish your task? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

1. Use the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security MMC to make a rule to allow for file sharing.
2. Change the public profile settings to allow for incoming connections.
3. Change the domain profile settings to allow for incoming connections.
4. Change the private profile settings to allow for incoming connections.
5. Configure Windows Firewall to allow file sharing.

Correct answer(s): 4 1

Explanation: Windows Firewall with Advanced Security MMC will allow you to configure the private profile to allow for the ability to share files on the users home network. Configuring Windows Firewall to use different profiles can only be done from this interface.

You cannot perform these more advanced tasks from Windows Firewall.

Making changes to the public profile setting would not work because these are the settings used on public networks and would not allow for the sharing of files on the users home network.

Making changes to the domain profile settings would not work because these are the settings used when the user is connected to the domain and would not allow for the sharing of files on the users home network.

References:
Managing Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
Managing Windows Firewall with Advanced Security by Using Group Policy
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Getting Started Guide

Objective: Configuring Windows Security Features

Question 49: (QID=25399)
You are a desktop support technician for your companys Windows Server 2003 domain. All client systems are running Windows Vista Business Edition.

A user calls the help desk because they are experiencing reduced performance on their computer. You reboot the computer and find that the computer is still extremely slow and you think that something is running at startup that is causing the problem.

In order to troubleshoot this further you want to see all of the applications that are running at startup.

What should you do (choose the best answer)?

1. Open the Startup folder off the Start Menu to review what applications are listed.
2. Use the Computer Management snap in to see all services that are set to start automatically.
3. Use Task Manager to see all the applications that are running.
4. Use Windows Defender to see what is configured to run at startup.

Correct answer(s): 4
Explanation: The best answer for this

Question is to leverage the Software Explorer option in Windows Defender which allows you to view several categories of software, including what is running at that time and what is set to run at startup.

Reviewing the Startup folder will provide you with a partial list of applications that will start during startup, if they are present in the folder but it will not include everything that is set to run on system start up.

Using Task Manager will only show you the applications, services, and processes that are currently running and there would be no real way to know from there which ones are set to start automatically at start up.

The Computer Management snap in can be used to see all services that are set to start automatically when Windows starts up, but this is not a complete list of applications as some applications will not have an associated service set to them (and thus, will not show up in the listings in the MMC).

Reference:
Using Windows Defender
Windows Defender Technical Overview

Objective: Configuring Windows Security Features

Question 50: (QID=25391)
You are the help desk lead for MCMCSE.com. The desktops for your company have recently been upgraded to Windows Vista Ultimate.

Because the companys help desk is open 24 hours a day, the Windows Vista computers in use are shared between two users on different shifts through a single common account.

The help desk supervisor needs to ensure that the help desk users are not able to browse offensive Internet content but are still able to use the Internet to research technical problems. The solution must require little management overhead.

You need to configure the computers.

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

1. Configure Parental Controls to allow or block specific Websites (custom level).
2. Configure Parental Controls Web Restriction level to High.
3. Ensure that the users are members of the Guests group.
4. Ensure that the user accounts are in the local Users group.
5. Configure Parental Controls Web Restrictions to Medium.

Correct answer(s): 5 4

Explanation: Given the scenario, the easiest way to prevent the users from accessing inappropriate content on the Internet is to leverage Web Restrictions in Parental Controls and by also making sure that the user accounts local to the workstations are members of the local users group.

Setting Web Restrictions to Medium prevents users from accessing unrated content as well as pornographic, violent, and hate-related content.

Setting the Web Restriction to High would only allow Web content that is approved for children and that would not allow the Help Desk users to do their work.

Adding the users to the Guests group is not required to configure Parental Controls for those accounts. The correct group to have the user accounts in would be the Users group. (Anything higher might include enough permissions for them to change these default settings).

Configuring Parental Controls to allow or block specific Websites by way of the custom setting would involve too much management overhead as it would require the need to add every site allowed for the users use or the need to add all sites to be blocked.

References:
How does the Parental Controls web filter work?
Explore the features: Parental controls

Objective: Configuring and Troubleshooting Post-Installation System Setting

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