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MS Certification (70-680 Exam)- Sample

MS Certification (70-680 Exam)- Sample
Created by Quizmagic Team on Mar 21, 2013 01:28 PM
Sample test for Microsoft Certification Exam 70-680 (Windows 7, configuring). Candidates for this exam operate in Microsoft Windows 7 in an enterprise environment.
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Sample Questions

Question 1
You work as a desktop support Engineer at Test.com. The Test.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Test.com. You are responsible for managing a workstation named TEST-PC. TEST-PC is configured to run Windows Vista and contains an accounting application named accapp.exe. Test.com purchases a new Windows 7 workstation that will replace TEST-PC. You need to export the user state as well as the settings of the accapp.exe application so that it can be migrated to the Windows 7 workstation. What should you do?
You should consider running Loadstate.exe with the /config parameter on TEST-PC.
You should consider running Scanstate.exe with the /genconfig parameter on TEST-PC
You should consider modifying the migapp.xml file on TEST-PC and then run Scanstate.exe with the /i parameter.
You should consider modifying the miguser.xml file on TEST-PC and then running Loadstate.exe with the /ui parameter.
Question 2
You work as the desktop support Engineer at Test.com. The Test.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Test.com. All client computers on the Test.com network run Windows XP Professional. You have been instructed to upgrade the Windows XP Professional client computers to Windows 7. However, before you proceed you need to determine if the current applications on the Windows XP Professional computers will run on Windows 7. You want to accomplish this task using the least amount of administrative effort. What should you do?
You should run Windows Update.
All of above
You should run the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) 5.5.
You should run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor.
Question 3

You work as a desktop support Engineer at Test.com. The Test.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Test.com. You working on a Windows 7 workstation named TEST-PC. You have received instruction to configure Windows Update on TEST-PC. You open Windows Update as shown in the following exhibit: You need to ensure that the Windows Update settings on TEST-PC can be changed manually. What should you do? 

Exhibit:

You should consider right-clicking the command prompt and choosing Run as administrator to run Wuapp.exe on TEST-PC.
You should consider changing the Windows Update settings from the local Group Policy on TEST-PC.
You should consider right-clicking Windows Update and choosing Run as administrator on TEST-PC.
You should consider logging on to TEST-PC as member of the Administrators group.
Question 4
You work as a desktop support Engineer at Test.com. The Test.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Test.com. The client computers on the Test.com network run a mix of Windows 2000 Professional with Service Pack 5 (SP5), Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (SP3), Windows Vista Business and Windows Ultimate. You have received instructions to upgrade some of the client computers to Windows 7 Professional. What should you do?
You should consider upgrading the Microsoft Windows XP Professional computers to Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider upgrading the Microsoft Windows Vista Business computers to Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider upgrading the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional computers to Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider upgrading the Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate computers to Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider upgrading the Microsoft Windows Vista Business and Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate computers to Windows 7 Professional.
Question 5
You work as a desktop support Engineer at Test.com. The Test.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Test.com. All client computers on the Test.com network run Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1 (SP1). You have been assigned a client computer named TEST-PC. You want to upgrade TEST-PC to Windows 7 Professional without losing your installed applications. You verify that TEST-PC meets the system requirements for Windows 7 by installing and running the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor. What should you do next?
You should consider installing and running Windows Easy Transfer on TEST-PC, and then upgrade it to Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider installing Service Pack 3 (SP3) on TEST-PC, and then upgrade it to Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider installing and running Windows Easy Transfer on TEST-PC, and then perform a clean installation of Windows 7 Professional.
You should consider upgrading TEST-PC to Microsoft Windows Vista Business, and then upgrade it to Windows 7 Professional.
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