Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows 8.1
Question No: 1
Your network contains a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 organization.
You have an Exchange ActiveSync policy that has the following settings configured:
You need to identify which settings are applied to Windows RT 8.1 devices.
Which three settings should you identify? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)
Explanation: Windows 8\RT Supported Policy Parameters for EAS mailbox policies:
Reference: Supported Exchange ActiveSync policy parameters in Windows 8 and RT
Question No: 2
Your network contains an Active Directory domain. All client computers run Windows 8.1 Enterprise.
Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection is deployed to all of the computers by using the default settings contained in the Default Antimalware Policy.
The users in the research department report that a folder named C:\TestApp must not be scanned by the Endpoint Protection client.
You need to configure the Endpoint Protection client not to scan the C:\TestApp folder for the computers in the research department only.
What should you do first?
In the Endpoint Protection client, modify the Excluded files and locations setting for each research department computer.
Create a new antimalware policy and modify the Threat overrides settings.
Create a new antimalware policy and modify the Exclusion settings.
In the Default Antimalware Policy, modify the Exclusion settings.
Answer: C Explanation:
Question No: 3
An organization has client computers that run Windows 7. You upgrade the client
computers to Windows 8 without migrating the local user profiles.
You install the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) in the environment.
You need to migrate the user profiles from the Windows 7 installation to the Windows 8 installation.
What should you do first on each client computer?
Copy the Default Profile to a folder on drive C.
Run Windows Easy Transfer and select the user profile to migrate.
Run the scanstate command.
Run the loadstate command.
Run the ImageX command.
Question No: 4
You support desktop computers and tablets that run Windows 8 Enterprise. All of the computers are able to connect to your company network from the Internet by using DirectAccess.
Your company wants to deploy a new application to the tablets. The deployment solution must meet the following requirements:
->The application is stored locally on the tablets.
->Access to the application is protected with extra logon credentials, in addition to a standard domain account used by users.
->The application utilizes the least amount of network bandwidth.
->The application must maintain access to the current desktop.
You need to deploy the new application to the tablets. What should you do?
Deploy the application as an Application Virtualization (App-V) package. Install the App- V 4.6 client on the tablets.
Deploy the application as a published application on the Remote Desktop server. Create a Remote Desktop connection on the tablets.
Install the application on a local drive on the tablets.
Install the application in a Windows To Go workspace.
Install Hyper-V on tablets. Install the application on a virtual machine.
Publish the application to Windows Store.
Install the application within a separate Windows 8 installation in a virtual hard disk (VHD) file. Configure the tablets with dual boot.
Install the application within a separate Windows 8 installation in a VHDX file. Configure tablets with dual boot.
Answer: E Explanation:
Question No: 5
You administer Windows 8.1 Enterprise computers in your company network. You provide remote employees with a Windows To Go workspace.
A remote employee informs you that his workspace requires activation. You need to activate the workspace.
What should you do?
Instruct the employee to run Windows Update from the workspace.
Instruct the employee to connect to the company network from the workspace by using VPN.
Instruct the employee to run the slmgr /upk command from the workspace.
Give the employee a Multiple Activation Key (MAK).
Question No: 6
You administer client computers that run Windows 8 Enterprise deployed by using Windows Deployment Services (WDS). Your company recently purchased 25 new tablets that run Windows 8 Pro.
For all 25 new tablets, you want to replace the existing Windows 8 Pro installation with Windows 8 Enterprise.
You need to deploy the Windows 8 Enterprise image to all 25 tablets simultaneously by using the existing WDS infrastructure.
What should you do?
Start the tablets by using a network boot option.
Start the tablets from the Windows To Go workspace.
Start the tablets from a USB flash drive with a customized Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE).
Start the tablets in Windows Recovery mode.
Start the tablets from a default Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE).
Start the tablets from a customized Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE).
Start the tablets normally. Deploy the Windows Image (WIM) file located on a WDS network share.
Start the tablets normally. Map the Windows Image (WIM) file from a WDS network share.
Question No: 7
A company has an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. All client computers run Windows 7. You plan to upgrade the client computers to Windows 8 Pro.
You need to choose the methods that do not require the manual entry of a product key during the upgrade.
Which two methods should you choose? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
Use the Windows 8 online upgrade tool.
Use Group Policy to assign the Windows 8 installation file to the client computers.
Use the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit.
Extract the contents of the Windows 8 .iso image file to a new shared folder and run the setup program from that folder.
Question No: 8
Your company has a main office and a branch office. Each office contains several servers that run Windows Server 2012.
You need to configure BranchCache for the client computers in the branch office. The solution must ensure that all of the cached content is in a central location.
What should you run on each client computer?
the winrm command
the Enable BCHostedClient cmdlet
the Enable-BCLocal cmdlet
the netdom command
Question No: 9
A company has client computers that run Windows 8. File History is on. An employee downloads data to a folder on drive D named Archives.
You need to ensure that the user can restore files from the Archives folder by using File History.
What should you do?
Start the Windows Backup service.
Start the Block Level Backup Engine service.
Turn on the Volume Shadow Copy Service.
Create a library named History and add the Archives folder to the library.
Answer: D Explanation:
File History only backs up data in libraries, favorites, desktop, and contacts and must use a non-system drive for backup.
Question No: 10
You install Windows 8 on a desktop computer and install a third-party desktop app. The computer runs optimally until you install another third-party desktop app.
You need to remove only the most recently installed third-party desktop app. You start the computer from a system repair disk.
Which troubleshooting option should you use?
Remove everything and install Windows
Refresh your PC without affecting your files
System Image Recovery
Answer: C Explanation:
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