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Software / Microsoft Home Use Program
« Last post by Richard on July 25, 2017, 10:48:54 AM »
Hardware / Laptop - Dell Latitude D620
« Last post by Richard on July 21, 2017, 08:56:11 PM »
System : Latitude D620 / D420
BIOS Version : A10 (05/16/2008) / A04 (04//03/2007)
Service Tag : 4DTY3D1 / 80D7ZC1
Express Service Code : N/A / 17436466081
Asset Tag : 3000541447 / none
Ownership Tag : none / none

Processor Type : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo processor / Core(TM)
Processor ID : 06F2 / 06EC
Current Clock Speed : 1.83 / 1.20 GHz
Minimum Clock Speed : 1.00 GHz / 800 MHz
Maximum Clock Speed : 1.83 / 1.20 GHz
Processor Cache Size : 2048 KB
Dual Core Present : Yes

Memory Installed : 4096 / 2560 MB (2GB 2Rx8 PC2-5300)
Memory Available : 3319 / 2039 MB
Memory Speed : 667 / 533 MHz
Memory Channel Mode : Dual / Single
Memory Technology : DDR2 SDRAM

Primary Hard Drive : 128 GB HDD / none
System DBay Device : CD-ROM / CD-RW/DVD Combo
Video Controller : Intel 945GM / 945GMS Graphics

Battery : DC 11.1V 5800mAh/64Wh FG422
General Discussion / School - Farragut Highschool
« Last post by Richard on June 28, 2017, 08:18:16 AM »
Hardware / Laptop - HP 6930p
« Last post by Richard on June 14, 2017, 07:20:52 PM »

Base System Driver [Ricoh Media Card Reader Driver] sp45112.exe

Fingerprint Scanner [Validity Fingerprint Sensor Driver] sp47729.exe

RICOH Bay8Controller

Unknown Device []

Certification / 08
« Last post by Richard on June 12, 2017, 09:33:32 AM »
You want to update a non-Microsoft application using Microsoft Intune. How do you access the wizard that guides you through the process for doing this?
-   In the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher, access update options
-   In the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher, choose the option to configure updates
-   Launch Microsoft Edge, navigate to Microsoft Intune, access security settings, and choose the option to add updates
-   *Launch the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher, access update options, and choose to add updates

You want to use Intune to manage updates on Windows 10 devices. Which steps do you take to do this?
-   *Specify the devices you want to update
-   Choose which types of security updates to download and install
-   *Create an automatic update approval rule
-   Choose one or more users or groups to apply the update settings to
-   *Create a Microsoft Intune Agent Settings policy

Which statements about configuring Windows 10 updates using the Windows Update feature are correct?
-   *If you choose to defer upgrades, security upgrades still install automatically
-   *You can set Windows 10 to reboot automatically or to prompt you to reboot once updates install
-   You can check for and install updates via the Control Panel
-   You can choose which available updates to download and install

What can you use the Windows Defender Settings menu in Windows 10 to do?
-   *Specify files or folders to execute from scans
-   View reports about quarantined items
-   Run a manual definition update
-   *Enable or disable real-time protection
-   *Choose whether to send Windows Defender information to Microsoft

Which steps do you take to configure Endpoint Protection for Windows 10 devices using the System Center Configuration Manager?
-   Select one of three built-in anti-malware and firewall policies to apply
-   Enroll devices and then create and deploy a custom policy
-   *Deploy and configure the Endpoint Protection client from a central location
-   *Configure downloading of definition files, and configure alerts and notifications

In Windows 10, what can you do using the Settings and Advanced settings screen for Microsoft Edge?
-   *Specifying whether Microsoft Edge must offer to save passwords and form entries
-   Choosing a security zone and configuring its security level
-   *Enabling or disabling built-in anti-phishing software
-   *Clearing specific types of data that have been saved to your device
-   Choosing a default browser

You’re configuring Windows Intune Endpoint Protection for Windows 10 devices
-   Access and select the list of all enrolled devices in the group, and choose the option to configure a schedule
-   *Access Microsoft Intune Agent settings, configure a custom policy, and deploy it to the group
-   Configure the schedule when enrolling the devices
-   Specify the required schedule when creating the group in Microsoft Intune

In Windows 10, you can use RSoP to review the group policies currently applied to a device. Which steps do you take to do this?
-   *Launch the MMC and add the Resultant Set of Policy snap-in
-   *Choose to generate RSoP data and complete the Resultant Set if Policy Wizard
-   Run the command and complete the wizard that opens
-   Configure RSoP to use the Planning mode

Sequence types of Group Policy settings based on the order in which they’re applied to Windows 10 devices.
-   1. Local group policies
-   2. Site policies
-   3. Domain policies
-   4. OU policies

Which statements about Group Policy in Windows 10 are accurate?
-   *By default, devices in OUs inherit Group Policy settings from parent OUs
-   *Relevant group policies are automatically applied when a device logs on to a domain
-   OU policies are applied before local group, site, and domain policies
-   You use the gpupdate command to edit Group Policy settings

How do you enable the use of Group Policy caching in Windows 10?
-   Change the default Group Policy refresh interval for computers to a period longer than 90 minutes
-   *Launch the Group Policy Editor and navigate to and enable the Configure Group Policy for Caching policy
-   Under Computer Configuration in the MMC, navigate to and enable the policy for configuring Group Policy caching
-   Using the command line, enable the Configure Logon Script Delay policy

What can you do when configuring alerts using Intune?
-   *Configuring rules to specify who must be notifies and for which alerts
-   Creating custom alerts, depending on what you want to monitor
-   Editing the default notification rules for alerts
-   *Enabling a number of predefined alerts and setting their severity

What can you do once you’ve created a computer group using Intune?
-   *Apply administrative changes to all the devices in the group
-   *View any alerts or status updates for devices in the group
-   Access the properties of a user who’s a group member
-   *Perform actions on individual devices in the group
-   Access details of devices assigned to a user in the group

Which statements about the use of policies in Intune are accurate?
-   If you choose  to create a policy with recommended settings, you can’t modify the settings
-   You configure compliance policies to specify how devices must be enrolled
-   *If two policies conflict, the more restrictive policy is applied
-   *You can use the policies to control the access mobile devices have to Exchange Online and SharePoint

You want to access detailed monitoring information for particular Windows 10 devices and users using Intune. Select the option you use to access detailed monitoring information about particular devices.
-   [GROUPS]

When using Intune, what are examples of tasks that you can perform on a remote device?
-   Download and install software on the deice
-   *Reset the device user’s password
-   Change the group membership of the device
-   *Scan the device for malware
-   *Wipe all data from the device
Certification / 07
« Last post by Richard on June 12, 2017, 09:33:13 AM »
In windows 10, you are able to troubleshoot hardware issues using the Device Manager. Identify actions you can perform when troubleshooting a device’s driver settings.
-   Deleting a device and reinstalling
-   Obtaining a digital signature for the driver
-   *Accessing details about the driver files
-   *Rolling back to a previous version of a driver
-   *Updating driver software for a device

Identify ways to troubleshoot Stop errors on a Windows 10 device.
-   *Download an update to a driver from Windows Update
-   *Download the later driver version and install it
-   *Disable the driver you suspect is faulty
-   Delete all beta drivers
-   *Roll back a driver to a previous working version
-   Obtain a replacement for any faulty hardware component from the same manufacturer
-   *Uninstall and then reinstall  the driver

You want to create a recording of the reboot cycle process that will be stored in memory. Select the option that enables you to save the recording to memory.
-   [Logging mode]

What are some steps that should be taken when setting up WPT on a Windows 10 device?
-   *Select the device on which to install WPT
-   *Specify a destination path for the installation file
-   Complete the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program survey
-   Download the latest version of WPT from the App store
-   *Download the install file from the Microsoft web site
-   *Accept the user license agreement
-   *Select features to install

Which graphs depict performance data in the Windows Performance Analyser?
-   *System Activity
-   *Memory
-   *Computation
-   Trace Properties
-   *Power
-   *Storage
-   System Configuration

Using Task Manager enables you to manage system options and manage programs on a device. Suppose you want to view graphs of the system information. Select the tab that enables you to access graphs that illustrate system information.
-   [Performance]

Sequence the steps to configure printer sharing on a Windows 10 device.
-   1. Access the device and printers settings
-   2. Access the required printer’s properties
-   3. Access the Sharing options
-   4. Specify that you want to share the printer

When creating a data collector set from a template on a Windows 10 device, you are given a choice of four templates. If you want to create a report showing you the status of your local device, what template should you use?
-   System Performance
-   Basic
-   WDAC Diagnostics
-   *System Diagnostics

What are some printer settings that can be configured using the Control Panel in Windows 10?
-   Updating printer driver software
-   *Settings a printer as the default
-   *Accessing printer preferences
-   *Adding a new printer
-   *Configuring printer ports
-   Changing the printer layout options
-   *Sharing a printer

The Resource Manager enables you to view detailed statistics regarding resources on your Windows 10 device. Match each tab on the Resource Manager to the information it provides.
-   Network: Lists data regarding the TCP connections and listening ports
-   Memory: Lists the amount or RAM being consumed, and by what process
-   Overview: Provides a general view of the resources used on a device, including what process is using the resource
-   Disk: Shows data regarding the read-and-write speeds of the drives and processes
-   CPU: Provides a detailed view of the processes and services that are using processing power

The Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset, or DaRT, enables you to quickly repair a locked out client. The DaRT toolset includes various tools. Match each tool to its description.
-   File Restore: Helps recover deleted files
-   Solution Wizard: Helps you choose the proper repair tool
-   Locksmith: Is used to reset user account passwords
-   Computer Management: Enables you to enable, disable or manage device drivers
-   Disk Commander: Helps repair master boot records and partitions

Identify features of work folders in Windows 10.
-   Provides multiple points of access for data
-   *Syncs work folder data between a device and an on-premises file server
-   Lets users maintain control over all data on their device
-   *Uses failover clustering to ensure data is readily available
-   *Enables users to access files securely from inside and outside the company environment
-   *Secures data through encryption
-   *Enables users to work offline

In Windows 10, you can sync data across compatible devices using Sync Center. When can you configure synchronization between files to occur?
-   *When a device is unlocked
-   When a user puts his device into Hibernate mode
-   *When you log on to a device
-   *After a device is idle for a specified period of time
-   When a device is started in Safe mode
-   *When a device is locked
-   After every Save action in an application

You want to configure a Wi-Fi connection as a Metered connection in Windows 10. What is the first step?
-   Access the Advanced Settings
-   *Connect the device to a mobile hotspot
-   Access the Network and Internet options
-   Enable the Metered connection setting
Certification / 06
« Last post by Richard on June 12, 2017, 09:32:43 AM »
Which statements about certificates in Windows 10 are correct?
-   *Root certificates for each account are stored in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store
-   *Authentication via digital certificate involves matching a public and private key
-   ADCS is included as a default service in Windows 10
-   Each local device can include only a single certificate store

Which combinations of authentication types can be used in multi-factor authentication in Windows 10?
-   Smart card and picture password
-   *Password and smart card
-   Picture password and PIN
-   *Biometric authentication and password

Which statements about biometric authentication in Windows 10 are correct?
-   Biometric authentication is the most secure form of authentication
-   *A build-in authentication system supports authentication using facial recognition
-   *Group Policy can be configured to allow or prevent users from logging in using biometrics
-   The Windows Hello feature supports authentication based on voice recognition

In Windows 10, you want to configure a picture password. You’ve already opened the Settings window. Which option provides access to settings for configuring a picture password? Click the option to identify it.
-   [Accounts]

What are two of the requirements for configuring and joining a homegroup in Windows 10?
-   *Your device must be IPv6 enabled
-   You must explicitly grant permissions to allow others to read files you share via the homegroup
-   *Your device must be connected to a private network
-   Your device must be part of a domain

Which steps do you take to configure a virtual smart card on a standalone Windows 10 computer?
-   *Run the command TpmVscMgr create, with appropriate parameters
-   *Verify that a TPM module is installed and enable TPM
-   Create a certificate template
-   Enroll a certificate on the virtual smart card

What are characteristics of a workgroup in Windows 10?
-   It allows access to all member devices via a central console
-   *It can exist only on a single network segment
-   It requires an Active Directory domain controller to enable resource sharing
-   *It enables each member to choose what resources to share

In Windows 10, what does the Microsoft Secure Channel use TLS to do?
-   *Encrypt communications between servers and clients
-   Prevent servers and clients from communicating via an untrusted network
-   Enable servers to provide their identity to anonymous clients
-   Issue and manage digital certificates

In Windows 10, how does a local account differ from a Microsoft account?
-   *Local account settings can’t be shared across multiple devices
-   Only one local account can be configured on each device
-   A local account doesn’t allow installation of applications
-   A local account can’t provide administrative-level access to a device

Which statements about computer accounts in Windows 10 are correct?
-   They are managed via a separate console to user accounts
-   *They can be created automatically when computers are joined to a domain
-   They apply policies that are overridden by user account policies
-   *They make it possible to standardize settings across multiple devices in an organization

Which options are requirements for using the Workplace Join feature in Windows 10?
-   A supported certificate authority must be installed on each connecting device
-   *An AD FS server must be installed
-   *A connecting device must be set to trust the SSL certificate for the server that handles device registration
-   The work domain and its connecting devices must both use the same encryption settings

You can configure local account policies to include password and account lockout policy settings. What do you use the Enforce password history policy settings to determine?
-   The period for which records of failed login attempts are stored in a log
-   The maximum time before a user must replace a password
-   *The number of new passwords that must be used before a user may reuse a previous password
-   The number of times an incorrect password can be entered before the system locks

What can you use the Credential Manager to do on a Windows 10 device?
-   *Store usernames and passwords for accessing web resources
-   Administrator password settings for multiple users or groups
-   *Manage usernames and passwords for accessing Microsoft applications and accounts
-   Generate digital certificates for use in authentication

Which statements about NTFS permissions in Windows 10 are correct?
-   Inherited permissions take priority over permissions assigned for a specific user and object
-   *Share and NTFS permissions are cumulative
-   *Deny permissions take priority over Allow permissions
-   There are three types of NTFS permissions – Read, Change, and Full Control

Which statements about Share permissions in Windows 10 are correct?
-   *They control network-based resource access
-   They always override NTFS permissions, where these are configured
-   *They make it possible to control who can read or change shared files and folders
-   They apply only to users who log in locally

For which purposes can DAC be used in Windows 10?
-   To ensure that the same permissions are applied regardless of which device a user uses to access resources
-   To manage the inheritance of permissions by groups
-   *To apply different permissions for the same user, depending on the location of the device used to access resources
-   *To update permissions automatically when a user changes job role, based on the user’s group membership

In windows 10, you can set different access permissions for different types of removable media devices. How do you access options for doing this?
-   Connect the device, access its security properties, and choose the option to edit these
-   Using the Active Directory Users and Computers console, navigate to the Removable Storage Access folder
-   Open the Local Group Policy Editor and, under User Configuration, navigate to Administrative Templates – System – Removable Storage Access
-   *Open the Group Policy Management Editor and, under Computer Configuration, navigate to Administrative Templates – System – Removable Storage Access

Which steps to you take to create a data recovery agent in Windows 10?
-   Access the security properties of an encrypted folder and choose to create  a data recovery agent
-   *Using the Local Group Policy Editor, navigate to and right-click the Encrypted File System folder, and choose to add a data recovery agent
-   From the command line, use the Cipher executable to create a data recovery agent object
-   *Using a wizard, identify the user and certificate to be used as the data recovery agent

Which steps do you take to set up BitLocker on a Windows 10 device?
-   Using the Group Policy Management Editor, access BitLocker options and choose to enable BitLocker
-   *Choose where to save a recovery key
-   *Using the Control Panel, access BitLocker Drive Encryption options and choose to turn on BitLocker
-   *Specify whether to use a USB flash drive or password to unlock the device at startup

How do you use EFS to encrypt a folder in Windows 10?
-   Access the folder’s security properties, choose to edit permissions, and allow encryption
-   Right-click the folder and choose the option to encrypt it
-   Using an EFS snap-in, navigate to and select the folder to encrypt, and specify the required encryption settings
-   *Access the folder’s advanced properties and choose the option to encrypt contents to secure data

What features of MBAM provide in Windows 10?
-   *A self-service portal that enables users to recover their own BitLocker passwords
-   Automatic BitLocker encryption of folders containing shared content
-   *Integration with the System Center Configuration Manager
-   *The option of password protection for Windows 10 drives
-   A “protection suspended” mode that persists after devices are rebooted
Certification / 05
« Last post by Richard on June 12, 2017, 09:32:17 AM »
You are configuring IP security for a Windows 10 device and want to configure settings that are used by connection security rules to protect network traffic. Select the section of options that enables you to do this.
-   [Data protection (Quick Mode)]

You are using a protocol to handle name resolution, whereby a peer relies on other peers to resolve ports, protocols, and addresses. You have chosen this protocol because it is dynamic, scalable, and very secure, and it is supported in all versions of Windows from Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 7 onward. What protocol is used?
-   Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol, or ISATAP
-   Domain Name System Security Extensions, or DNSSEC
-   *Peer Name Resolution Protocol, or PNRP
-   Internet Protocol Version 6, or IPV6

Match each description to the type of transition technology it corresponds to. Some targets may be used more than once.
-   Teredo tunnelling
o   Clients are using a NAT device
o   Data packets are encapsulated within an IPV6 header and then encapsulated using UDP
-   Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol or ISATAP
o   Hosts communicate using IPv6 over the Internet
-   6TO4 tunnelling
o   Used when you are running a pure IPv4 network
o   Encapsulates data using TLS or SSL
o   IPv6 traffic is tunnelled over an IPv4 network

Sequence the steps to configure DNS settings on a Windows 10 device.
-   1. Access the Network and Sharing Center
-   2. Choose to change adapter settings
-   3. Access the properties for the network connection you require
-   4. Select the Internet protocol you require and open its properties
-   5. Specify the DNS server details

What are some settings that are available when configuring Windows Firewall in Windows 10?
-   *Creating rules for inbound and outbound connections
-   *Disabling Windows Firewall completely
-   *By default, blocking all incoming connections, except authorized connections
-   Setting a timer for the firewall to run for a specified time period
-   *Specifying rules to apply to TCP and UDP ports
-   *Receiving notifications when Windows Firewall blocks an app

You want to configure IPv6 network connections on your Windows 10 device. Select the tab that enables you to configure IPv6 settings.
-   [Ethernet]

In Windows 10, you are able to connect your device to a broadcasting wireless network using various settings. Identify settings that you can configure using the Network Interface.
-   *Sharing a network with your contacts
-   Removing a network from a device
-   *Specifying if you want to connect to a network automatically in the future
-   Increasing the strength of the signal
-   *Disabling all Wi-Fi devices
-   Making a device discoverable on a network

You have installed the Remote Desktop Gateway Server role and configure the Remote Desktop Gateway for use. Now you want to configure your Windows 10 device to connect to devices using the RD Gateway Service. Select the tab that enables you to configure connection settings for the RD Gateway Service.
-   [Advanced]

You can create a VPN connection in Windows 10 in two ways. Identify these methods.
-   *Access the Network and Sharing Center, choose to create a new network, connect to a workplace, and choose to use an Internet or VPN connection
-   Access the Network pane from the notification area, select the network type you require, provide the VPN details and create the connection
-   Access the Control Panel, open the Internet Options menu, choose to create a new network, and choose to use an Internet or VPN connection
-   *Access the Windows menu, open the Settings, select the Network and Internet options, and select the VPN menu

You are using Remote Desktop Services to access your Windows 10 device. Before you open a connection, you want to configure settings to specify how the device that you are using will interact with the device you are remoting into. For example, you need to configure the remote audio settings.
-   [Local Resources]

Which statements describe Remote Server Administration Tools, or RSAT, in Windows 10?
-   Available out-of-the-box is Windows 8 and later editions
-   Capable of running with a user account with non-administrative privileges
-   *For the Windows 10 family, it is only supported on Windows 10 Professional or Windows 10 Enterprise
-   *RSAT can be launched using elevated rights

The Connection Manager uses profiles to connect clients to a VPN network. To create these profiles, you can use the Connection Manager Administrator Kit, or CMAK. Identify features of CMAK.
-   *Creates predefined connections to remote servers
-   *Profiles are stored on devices as executable files
-   Profiles cannot be shared with other clients
-   Profiles are supported on sever-based operating systems only
-   *The profile’s executable file can be installed using removable media or e-mail.
-   The profile details are static and cannot be updated
-   Profiles can be accessed via the Control Panel Network and Sharing Center

Which statements describe DirectAccess in Windows 10?
-   A public IP address is required in order to create a DirectAccess connection
-   *You can use NLS to locate DirectAccess clients on a network
-   *A VPN connection is required if a legacy client is in use
-   *DirectAccess provides access to network shares and virtual desktops, for example
-   *Enables remote users to access an internal network without a VPN connection
-   DirectAccess connections are managed by users
-   *DirectAccess is deployed behind a NAT device

Which statements describe BranchCache in Windows 10?
-   *Data stored in the cache is secured using encryption
-   *Reduces traffic over WANs and VPNs
-   A disadvantage of branch caching is that data ages quickly
-   *A branch office with less than 50 clients uses Hosted Mode to store data
-   Enables users at a branch office to access data by downloading it over the VPN
-   *Optimize data between a main office and subsidiaries

Sequence the steps that enable you to configure a simple storage space on a Windows 10 device.
-   1. Access the Control Panel
-   2. Access the Storage Space settings
-   3. Choose the option to create a new storage pool or space
-   4. Select  the drives to add to the storage pool
-   5. Specify a name, resiliency, and size for the storage space
-   6. Choose to create the storage space

Identify statements that describe Distributed File System, or DFS, in Windows 10.
-   *DFS provides a UNC path that enables users to view all shared files in a single location
-   *DFS groups different folders from different locations into a single unit, which functions as a single folder
-   *Provide access to data across multiple drives
-   *DFS increases storage space on a network
-   *The referral cache enables users to access a file that they have already accessed before
-   DFS-Namespace enables you to sync folders between servers
-   Provide similar functionality to folder redirection

You are configuring storage space in a Windows 10 device. When designing your storage layout, you select the layout that provides the best performance when managing temporary data. This space requires only one disk, with a second disk being optional. However, no fault tolerance is provided. What type of storage space layout is this?
-   Mirror space
-   *Simple space
-   Parity space

You want to configure OneDrive on your Windows 10 device. Select the actions you would take.
-   *Select a default folder for OneDrive
-   Configure AutoSave options for OneDrive  from the Control Panel
-   *Specify your Microsoft account e-mail address and password on the OneDrive Sign-in page
-   Download the OneDrive application from the App store
-   *Select the folders to sync to OneDrive
-   *Change which folders you want to sync to your device
Certification / 04
« Last post by Richard on June 12, 2017, 09:31:42 AM »
Windows PE can be used to boot a device if the OS is absent, or to partition and format hard drives.  Sequence the steps, from first to fifth, you should take to create a Windows PE boot disk.
-   1. Install  Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit, or Windows ADK
-   2. Install the Deployment and Imaging Tools Environment, or DITE
-   3. Run DITE as the administrator
-   4. Start the creation process
-   5. Create an ISO

Windows 10 provides six different boot settings to manage your device. Suppose you want to roll back your device to a point in time recorded on your device. Which boot action should you select?
-   Perform a startup repair
-   Choose to return to a previous build
-   Access the startup settings
-   *Perform a system restore
-   Execute a system image recovery
-   Reboot the device into a command

You have created and formatted a partition on which to host a second OS, Windows 10 in this case. You now want to install Windows 10 from an external USB drive. Which three actions will you perform?
-   Create a full system backup of the existing OS
-   *Select an install language and date and time settings
-   *Configure your device by its boot order to allow it to boot off the USB device
-   Perform a standard Windows install and maintain existing files
-   *Select the partition where Windows will be installed
-   Select a drive letter for the new OS

You have created a virtual hard disk to attach to a virtual machine hosted on the device. You have copied the drive to the new device and now want to attach the VHD to the device. Select the menu option to attach the VHD to the device.
-   [Action] drop down menu

To support running Windows 10 from a USB device, you can use Windows to Go, or W2G. It is important to understand how this functionality works, because W2G differs from a standard Windows installation. Which four options are features of W2G?
-   *Hibernate is disabled, enabling the W2G workspace to move freely between workstations
-   Trusted Platform Module, or TPM, provides encryption
-   *Windows Recovery is not available
-   The host machine’s internal disks remain online for synchronization to take place
-   *A W2G certified USB device is needed to create a W2G workspace
-   *The W2G workspace cannot be refreshed

You can use custom images to install multiple devices with the same configuration settings in your environment. To create custom images, you can install Windows 10 Assessment and Deployment Kit. Which four options should you include in the installation?
-   System Image Recovery
-   The backup and restore Windows 7 utility
-   *Deployment tools
-   *User State Migration tool
-   A clean installation of Windows To Go
-   *Windows Preinstallation Environment, or Windows PE
-   *Imaging and Configuration Designer

Which four elements are required when configuring App-V to run applications in Windows 10?
-   *Publishing server
-   Remote Desktop Gateway
-   *Reporting database server
-   Windows Assessment and Development Kit, or Windows ADK
-   *Management server
-   Hyper-V Manager
-   *Reporting server

You can use Hyper-V to run applications on a different OS to that installed on your device. Which six settings can be configured when using the Hyper-V Manager to create a virtual machine on your device?
-   Formatting the existing device to support the new virtual machine
-   *Selecting a generation for the virtual machine
-   *Configuring a network adapter for the machine
-   *Allocating memory to the virtual machine
-   Selecting a partition where the virtual machine will be stored
-   *Specifying a location for the virtual machine files to be stored
-   *Naming the virtual machine
-   *Specifying virtual hard disk options

Which five statements describe the use of Windows Store apps in Windows 10?
-   Third-party applications in the store can contain viruses and should be downloaded carefully
-   Applications can be deployed to all devices on a network from the app store
-   *Company-specific software can be certified for public distribution
-   *Users are required to possess a valid Microsoft account
-   *Windows Store apps may serve as a repository for company-specific applications
-   *System administrators can block or allow users from accessing apps
-   *Group Policy can disable app updates from the store

You are using Microsoft Intune and want to view information about the top five operating systems used in your enterprise. Select the tab on the Microsoft Intune administrator console used to view this information.
-   {GROUPS]

Sequence the tasks that need to be performed when using Microsoft User Experience Virtualization, or UE-V, in Windows 10.
-   1. Deploying the Settings storage location
-   2. Deploying the UE-V agent
-   3. Installing Group Policy templates
-   4. Installing the Agent Generator
-   5. Deploying the Settings template catalog
-   6. Deploying the Settings location template

Which five options are functions of using RemoteApp on a device?
-   Creating a virtual machine on a device
-   *Deploying applications using a single location
-   *Using RemoteApp as an easy and convenient method of updating applications
-   *Publishing applications to remote users
-   Formatting a device if a suitable OS is not found for an application
-   *Consolidating applications and managing them easily
-   *Virtualizing an application on a Windows 10 device

The Application Compatibility Toolkit or ACT, can be used to test applications for compatibility issues with Windows 10. Sequence the steps used to configure ACT on a Windows 10 device.
-   1. Inventory all computers and applications in the environment
-   2. Gather all required information to perform compatibility testing
-   3. Test the applications to obtain compatibility results
-   4. Analyze reported data

You want to synchronize your settings across all Windows 10 devices for ease of use. Which five personalization settings can be integrated across devices?
-   *General Windows settings
-   *Wi-Fi passwords across devices
-   Installation options for an application
-   Firewall preferences
-   *Microsoft Edge settings
-   *Background settings
-   *Keyboard style and layout

Which four statements describe sideloading apps for online and offline images?
-   A device is required to join a domain in order to use sideloading
-   *Sideloading required the use of Deployment Image Servicing Management, or DISM
-   When sideloading an online image, the image file containing the operating system is shared
-   *To deploy custom applications, Group Policy settings need to be configured
-   *Sideloading enables you to share line-of business applications specific to the company
-   *When deploying a custom app, the app must be signed by a trusted CA

As an administrator, you can manage Microsoft accounts in a domain using the Group Policy Management Editor. In this case, you want to restrict the use of Microsoft accounts in the domain without limiting administrator access. Select the option to do this.
-   [Users can’t add Microsoft accounts]

Sequence the steps that need to be followed when sideloading apps using Microsoft Intune.
-   1. Updating the relevant software
-   2. Adding users and adding the groups required to manage the users
-   3. Linking the software to the users, groups, or devices that have authorized access to the apps
-   4. Ensuring the application is available in the Intune company store

Which three statements describe the use of trusted devices when working with confidential data in Windows 10?
-   *You can mark a device as trusted by verifying that you use the device frequently
-   If your trusted device is stolen, you can secure all confidential data by deleting your Microsoft account
-   If a device is trusted, Windows automatically submits a security code for verification each time you log on
-   To remove a trusted device, you will need to log in to your Windows account and mark the device as untrustworthy
-   *If a device is untrusted, you will need to verify your identity using a security code
-   *To manage trusted devices, access

Which statement best describes the process of deep linking with Microsoft Intune?
-   *An application is shared with users by sharing the app’s URL link from the Windows Store
-   An application is published to the Windows Store and then download to authorized users
-   An application is sideloaded to users using Microsoft Intune
-   An image is sideloaded to an image file containing the operating system
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