Exam Code: 70-680
Exam Name: TS: Windows 7, Configuring
You have a computer that run Windows 7. Windows XP mode and Windows Virtual PC are installed on the computer. When running Windows XP Mode with Windows Virtual PC, you install a 16-bit application named App1. exe
You need to ensure that you can start App1.exe by using a shortcut on the Windows 7 Start Menu. What should you do?
A. From Windows 7, add a shortcut to the Start menu.
B. From the Virtual PC, add a shortcut to the Start menu.
C. From Windows 7, run Start app1.exe /separate.
D. From the Virtual PC, run Start app1.exe /separate.
You have a computer that runs Windows 7. The computer is configured to use an intranet Microsoft update service location.
You need to view the name of the intranet service location.
What should you do?
A. At a command prompt, run Wusa.exe.
B. Open Event Viewer and examine the Application log.
C. Open Windows Update and click View update history.
D. Review the contents of the C:\windows\windowsupdate.log file.
Provides information about when the Windows Update Agent connects to the WSUS server and retrieves the software updates for compliance assessment and whether there are updates to the agent components.
You need to provide an administrator the ability to view and interact with your current logon session.
What should you do?
A. At the command prompt, run Psr.exe.
B. At the command prompt, run Winrm.exe quickconfig.
C. From the Start menu, open Remote Desktop Connection.
D. From the Start menu, open Windows Remote Assistance.
Both Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop allow the user at the management computer to see the desktop and applications that are present on the remote computer. The difference between Windows Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop is that a user is logged on to the remote computer and initiates the remote assistance session, whereas a Remote Desktop session is initiated on the management computer. Remote Assistance is a support tool used by help-desk staff to allow them to view the screen of the person to whom they are providing assistance. Remote Assistance reduces the need for nontechnical users to accurately describe the problem that they are having with their computers because support personnel can see the desktop directly. Unlike the version of Remote Assistance that shipped with Windows XP, the version of Remote Assistance that is included with Windows 7 does not include a voice client. If you are going to talk to the person whom you are helping using Remote Assistance, you are going to have to use another method, such as the telephone.
Your network contains an Intrasite Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP) router.
You run Ipconfig as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
Other users on the network receive an IPv6 address for ISATAP.
You need to ensure that your computer receives an IPv6 address for ISATAP.
What should you do?
A. Run Ipconfig /renew6.
B. Run Ipconfig /setclassid6.
C. Start the Net.TCP Port Sharing service.
D. Start the Internet Protocol Helper (IP Helper) service.
Internet Protocol Helper (IP Helper) service Provides tunnel connectivity using IPv6 transition technologies (6to4, ISATAP, Port Proxy, and Teredo), and IPHTTPS. If this service is stopped, the computer will not have the enhanced connectivity benefits that these technologies offer. Internet Protocol Helper (IP Helper) assists network administration of the local computer by enabling applications to retrieve information about the network configuration of the local computer, and to modify that configuration. IP Helper also provides notification mechanisms to ensure that an application is notified when certain aspects of the local computer network configuration change.
You use a portable computer that has Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 installed.
A conference room at your company has a network projector installed on a server within the company network.
You need to connect to the projector from your computer.
What should you do?
A. From the command prompt, run the Netproj command.
B. From Device Manager, click Add Legacy hardware.
C. From Display, click Connect to a projector.
D. From the Network and Sharing Center, create a temporary network and run Displayswitch.exe.
You have two computers named Workstation1 and Workstation2 that have Windows 7 SP1 installed.
You connect to Workstation2 from Workstation1 by using Remote Desktop.
You need to be able to copy files between the computers during the Remote Desktop session. What should you do?
A. On Workstation1, open Remote Desktop Connection and configure the Local devices and resources settings.
B. On Workstation1, open Remote Desktop connection and configure the Connect from Anywhere settings.
C. On Workstation2, type Mstsc /v:Computer1 /f /console.
D. On Workstation2, open Remote Desktop Connection and configure the Local devices and resources settings.
How can I use my devices and resources in a Remote Desktop session?
Redirecting a device on your computer makes it available for use in a Remote Desktop session.
If you have a recent version of Remote Desktop, you can redirect most devices, including printers, smart cards, serial ports, drives, Plug and Play devices, media players based on the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP), and digital cameras based on the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP). Some USB devices can be redirected, and you can also redirect your Clipboard.
You use a computer that has Windows 7 Enterprise installed.
You install Windows Vista Enterprise to a different partition.
You discover that the computer boots to Windows Vista by default.
You need to ensure that the computer boots to Windows 7 Enterprise by default.
What should you do?
A. On the General tab in the msconfig tool, select the Selective startup option button, and then select
the Use original boot configuration check box.
B. On the Boot tab in the msconfig tool, highlight the Windows 7 boot entry and select the Set as
C. On the Boot tab in the msconfig tool, highlight the Windows 7 boot entry and select the Advanced
D. From an elevated command prompt in Windows Vista, run the bcdedit /default (default) command.
You use a portable computer that has Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate installed. As part of a disaster recovery plan, you perform regular data backups and system image backups of the portable computer.
The hard disk drive in the computer fails.
You replace the hard disk drive and restart the computer using the Windows 7 SPI installation media.
You need to recover the computer to its previous state.
What should you do?
A. Use the command prompt.
B. Use Startup Repair.
C. Use System Image Recovery.
D. Perform a system restore.
System Image Recovery
Enables you to implement a System Image restore.
You would choose this option if your hard disk failed or needed to be wiped. If system changes are causing problems, you would choose the System Restore option.
NOT Startup Repair
Automatically fixes problems that prevent Windows from starting. If Windows 7 had boot problems during a previous restart, a normal boot (without accessing the Advanced Boot dialog box) gives you the option of selecting Startup Repair.
NOT System Restore
Gives you another method of starting a system restore to a previous restore point. Because you can access this menu when you boot from a DVD-ROM, this lets you repair your system when recent changes to system settings prevent your computer from booting normally.
NOT Command Prompt
Gives access to the file system, volumes, and files through a command-line interface.
You manage several computers that run Windows 7. A user wants to roll back a driver. The user opens the device properties in Device Manager and discovers that the Roll Back Driver option is
You connect to the computer by using Windows Remote Assistance.
You need to roll back the driver to its previous version.
What should you do first?
A. Add the user to the Power Users group.
B. Right-click Device Manager and select Run as administrator.
C. From System Properties, modify Device Installation Settings.
D. From the Local Group Policy, modify Device Installation Restrictions.
You can open Device Manager on a computer running Windows 7 while logged on with any account. However, by default, only administrators can make changes to devices and install, uninstall, and roll back drivers.
You can open Device Manager in the following ways:
– In Control Panel, click Hardware And Sound. Click Device Manager under Devices And Printers.
– Click Start, right-click Computer, and choose Manage. Click Device Manager in the Computer Management tree pane.
– Open an elevated command prompt and enter mmc devmgmt.msc.
Note that if you do not run the command prompt as administrator, Device Manager opens as read-only.
You use a portable computer that has Windows 7 Home Premium installed.
The portable computer has a scheduled backup of all libraries to run every day at midnight.
Drive C is also configured with system protection.
You use an install messaging application that saves chat data to a log file.
The log file is stored in My Documents.
You install a new version of the application.
You discover that the log file has been replaced with an empty file.
You need to restore the most recent version of the file that contains data.
What should do?
(Answer, move the appropriate actions from the last of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
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