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Q1. All client computers on your company network run Windows 7 and are members of an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain.

A network administrator changes the IP address of a file server.

Employees are unable to connect to the file server.

You need to ensure that the employees are able to connect to the file server immediately.

Which command should you instruct the employees to run?

A. ipconfig /showdns

B. ipconfig /registerdns

C. ipconfig /flushdns

D. Ipconfig /renew

Answer: C

Q2. Your company has a main office and a branch office.

The network contains an Active Directory forest. All users on the network access the Internet from their computers.

The company hires a temporary employee who has his own portable computer. The employee connects his portable computer to the network.

When the employee attempts to join the computer to the domain, the connection fails. 

A help desk technician reports the following about the employee:

     He has a domain user account.

     His computer can access Internet Web sites.

     His computer can contact domain controllers by using the domain controllers' IP addresses.

You need to ensure that the employee's computer can join the domain. The solution must ensure that the computer can access resources on the Internet.

What should you do?

A. Modify the time zone for the computer.

B. Modify the IPv4 settings on the computer.

C. Create an A record for the computer in an internal DNS zone.

D. Request that an administrator create a prestaged computer account in the domain.

Answer: B

Q3. All client computers on your company network were recently migrated from Windows XP to Windows 7.

Your company uses a proprietary application that is currently not compatible with Windows 7. A shim has been created and applied to mitigate compatibility issues until a Windows 7-compatible version is developed.

A security update is made for this application. The update must be tested and then deployed as a new version of the application.

During testing you are unable to install the application.

You need to ensure that the application can be installed in the test environment before it can be deployed to the production environment.

What should you do?

A. Disable UAC prompts.

B. Run the .msi file from an elevated command prompt.

C. Modify the shim to apply to all versions of the application.

D. Modify the shim to apply only to the new version of the application.

Answer: D

Q4. The company implements a data recovery agent (DRA) for Bitlocker.

A portable computer fails.

The help desk reports that it is unable to use the DRA to recover the data from the computer's hard disk drive.

You need to ensure that the DRA can be used to recover data from the hard disk drives of all portable computers.

Which tool should you use?

A. CertUtil.exe

B. Cipher.exe

C. Manage-bde.exe

D. SDelete.exe

Answer: C

Q5. All client computers on your company network run Windows 7.

After the installation of a third-party defragmentation tool, several employees are unable to start their portable computers in normal or safe modes.

The Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) recovery partition is not installed on the computers. The Boot Configuration Database (BCD) has also been corrupted.

You need to repair the BCD so that the computers can start.

What should you do?

A. Create a new system repair disc and run the System Image Recovery tool on the employee computers.

B. Create a new system repair disc and run the Startup Repair recovery tool on the employee computers.

C. Start each computer from the installation DVD. Select the Last Known Good Configuration advanced boot option.

D. Start each computer from the installation DVD. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, select the System Restore recovery tool.

Answer: B

Q6. A user's computer fails. The help desk provides the user with a new computer. The user's Documents folder is restored from the backup.

The user reports that he can no longer access his encrypted files. The help desk recovers the files by using a data recovery agent (DRA).

You need to ensure that when users receive new computers, they can access their encrypted files without administrative intervention.

What should you request?

A. credential roaming be enabled

B. BitLocker be enabled on all computers

C. user accounts be trusted for delegation

D. the CA be configured for key archival and recovery

Answer: A

Q7. The help desk reports that the new computers experience intermittent failures that generate stop errors.

You need to collect all the critical errors from the new computers.

What should you configure?

A. a boot configuration data (BCD) store

B. debugging information

C. event subscriptions

D. the system protection settings

Answer: C

Q8. All client computers on your company network run Windows 7. Several legacy software applications are made available on the computers by using Windows XP Mode (XPM).

Employees report that all Start menu shortcuts for the legacy applications are missing from their computers.

You need to ensure that all employees can access the Start menu shortcuts for the legacy applications.

What should you do?

A. Copy the program icons to the Start menu of the Windows 7 computers.

B. Reinstall the applications on the XPM machines and select the repair option.

C. Configure the applications as Default Programs on the Windows 7 computers.

D. Enable the Auto Publish option for Virtual Machine Settings on the Windows 7 computers.

Answer: D

Q9. All client computers on your company network run Windows 7 and are members of an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain named contoso.com. DNS is the only name-resolution protocol used on the network. A member server named serveri.contoso.com runs Windows Server 2008 R2. You change the IP address of serverl.contoso.com.

When users attempt to connect to serverl.contoso.com from their client computers, the URL resolves to the incorrect IP address.

You need to recommend an approach for resolving serverl.contoso.com correctly from all client computers.

What should you do?

A. Run the ipconfig /registerdns command from the client computers that are experiencing the issue.

B. Add a serverl.contoso.com entry pointing to the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) to the LMHOSTS file on each client computer that is experiencing the issue.

C. Add a serverl.contoso.com entry pointing to the correct IP address to the LMHOSTS file on each client computer that is experiencing the issue.

D. Run the ipconfig /registerdns command from serverl.contoso.com.

Answer: D

Q10. You are troubleshooting recurring performance issues on a Windows 7 client computer.

Each time a performance issue occurs, an associated event log entry is written to the Application event log.

You need to recommend ways to query the Application event log from the command line.

Which commands should you recommend? (Choose all that apply.)

A. wevtutil qe application / rd:true / f:text

B. eventvwr / happlication.evtx

C. wevtutil gl application

D. Get-Event – Eventldentifier =2

E. eventvwr \\\\localhost

F. Get- WmiObject Win32_NTLogEvent -filter- LogFile 'Application'"

Answer: AEF