Managing and Maintaining Windows 8.1
Question No: 11 HOTSPOT
Your company has a main office and a branch office.
You have client computers that run Windows 8 Enterprise.
You are evaluating whether to disable IPv6 on the client computers in the sales, marketing, research, and finance departments.
Each user in the sales department has a laptop and frequently accesses the network by using DirectAccess.
Each user in the marketing department has a desktop computer located in the branch office. All of the marketing department computers are configured to use BranchCache.
Each user in the research department has a desktop computer located in the main office and uses IPSec to access research servers.
Each user in the finance department has a laptop and frequently accesses the network by using an SSTP VPN connection.
In the table below, identify which departments require IPv6 and which departments do not require IPv6. Make only one selection in each row. Each correct selection is worth one point.
Question No: 12
You administer laptops that run Windows 8 Enterprise. The laptops are members of an Active Directory domain and are configured with IPv6 disabled.
Some users require access to the internal company database servers while traveling. You need to configure the requested network connection to the database servers.
What should you configure on the laptops?
A DirectAccess connection to the company network
A virtual private network (VPN) connection to the company network
A metered network connection
Out of band management
Answer: B Explanation:
DirectAccess cannot be used in this case as IPv6 is disabled and DirectAccess requires IPv6 and IPsec.
IPv6 is the cornerstone of DirectAccess communications
The DirectAccess client always uses IPv6 to communicate with the DirectAccess server.
The DirectAccess server will then forward these connections to IPv6-enabled hosts on the corpnet. The corpnet can use native IPv6 infrastructure (where the routers, switches, operating systems, and applications are all IPv6 capable) or it can use IPv6 transition technologies to connect to IPv6 resources on the corpnet.
Question No: 13
You administer computers that run Windows 8 Enterprise. The computers are members of an Active Directory domain.
You have a tablet that runs Windows 8 Enterprise. You configure the tablet to access your company network by using a virtual private network (VPN) connection.
You need to manage Active Directory from the tablet by using a VPN connection. What should you do?
Run the winrm.exe qc command.
Install the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012 client.
Install the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT).
Install the Windows Intune client.
Answer: C Explanation:
Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 8 includes Server Manager, Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins, consoles, Windows PowerShell cmdlets and providers, and command-line tools for managing roles and features that run on Windows Server 2012. In limited cases, the tools can be used to manage roles and features that are running on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2008. Some of the tools work for managing roles and features on Windows Server 2003.
Question No: 14
You administer Windows 8.1 Pro computers. Your company uses credit card readers that require a custom driver supplied by the manufacturer. The readers frequently are moved from computer to computer.
Your company recently purchased five new Windows 8.1 Pro computers. You want the required drivers to be installed automatically and silently when users connect the readers to the new computers.
You need to pre-stage the credit card reader driver on the new computers. What should you do?
Run the dism.exe utility. Copy the driver files to the C:\Windows\System32\drivers folder in the WIM image.
Add a Registry key with a path to a network shared folder that has the driver installation files.
Run the pnputil.exe utility. Specify the credit card reader driver.
Add a Registry key with a path to a local folder on every computer. Copy the driver installation files to the folder.
Explanation: Pnputil.exe is a command line utility that you can use to manage the driver store. You can use Pnputil to add driver packages, remove driver packages, and list driver packages that are in the store.
To attempt to stage a package. At the command prompt running with elevated permissions, type the command (example):
pnputil.exe -a toastpkg.inf
Question No: 15
You administer Windows 8.1 Enterprise computers that are members of a workgroup.
Company policy requires that all computers receive the latest updates from a Windows Update. Only updates that are digitally signed by Microsoft are installed.
You need to configure the computers to automatically receive and apply the updates. What should you do first?
Configure the Configure Automatic Updates policy setting to Allow local admin to choose setting.
Configure the Specify intranet Microsoft update service location policy setting to use the local WSUS server.
Enable the Allow signed updates from an intranet Microsoft update service location policy setting.
Configure the Configure Automatic Updates policy setting to Auto download and schedule for install.
Explanation: Group Policy setting: Auto download and schedule the install
You can specify the schedule by using the options in this Group Policy setting. If no schedule is specified, the default schedule for all installations will be every day at 3:00 A.M. If any updates require a restart to complete the installation, Windows will restart the computer automatically. (If a user is signed in to the computer when Windows is ready to restart, the user will be notified and given the option to delay the restart.)
Reference: Step 5: Configure Group Policy Settings for Automatic Updates https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn595129.aspx
Question No: 16
You support desktop computers and tablets that run Windows 8. Domain joined 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 installed locally on the tablets.
->The application installation is hosted in a public cloud.
->The installation must support Windows RT. 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.
Question No: 17 DRAG DROP
A company#39;s Windows 8.1 tablets are joined to an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. When employees work remotely, they use a mobile data plan to connect their tablets to the Internet.
The company has the following requirements for the mobile data plan:
->Management users must synchronize offline files.
->Sales users must minimize data usage.
->Marketing users must receive all Windows Updates. You need to ensure that the tablets meet these requirements.
How should the connections be configured? (To answer, drag the appropriate connection type to the corresponding department, Each connection type may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)
Box 1: Custom Metered Box 2: Default Metered Box 3: Non-Metered
Enable background file synchronization of Offline Files on metered networks
To enable background file synchronization of Offline Files for a group of users while using metered connections, use Group Policy to enable the Enable file synchronization on costed networks policy setting for the appropriate Group Policy Object (GPO).
Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows Server 2012 support cost-aware synchronization by automatically tracking roaming and bandwidth usage limits while on metered connections. By default, when the user is using a metered connection (such as a 4G mobile network) and is near or over their bandwidth limit or roaming on another provider’s network, Windows switches to Offline mode and disables background synchronization. Users can still manually initiate synchronization, and administrators can override cost-aware synchronization for specific users, such as executives.
Question No: 18
You administrator Windows 8.1 Enterprise 64-bit client computers. Your network includes printers that require custom drivers. When local administrators attempt to install the custom printer drivers, an error message appears. The error states that an unsigned driver cannot be installed.
You need to configure the computers so that printer drivers can be installed. You also need to ensure that standard users are able to use the printers after installation.
What should you do?
Press F8 during startup log in as an administrator and connect the printer.
Disable User Account control Log in as an administrator and connect the printer.
Sign the printer drivers with a certificate issued by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA).
Submit the printer drives for certification in Windows Store Search Windows Store for the approved drivers.
Question No: 19 DRAG DROP
Your network contains an Active Directory domain. The domain contains client computers that run Windows 8 Enterprise.
Your company has a subscription to Windows Intune.
You plan to deploy an application named App1 that is stored on a Web server named Server1.
You need to ensure that all of the computers download the source files of App1 from Server1.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate four actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
Step 1: All software installer types are configured using the Windows Intune Software Publisher.
To start the Windows Intune Software Publisher
->Open the Windows Intune administrator console.
->In the workspace shortcuts pane, click the Software icon.
->Start the Windows Intune Software Publisher in one of the following ways: In the navigation pane, click Overview , and then click Add Software .
In the navigation pane, click Managed Software , and then click Add Software .
Adding Software as an External Link
This section describes how to add a link to a software installation package to Windows Intune using the Windows Intune Software Publisher.
To specify the installer type
->Open the Windows Intune Software Publisher.
->On the Software setup page, in Select how this software is made available to devices , select External link .
->In Specify the URL , type the full path to the installation location in the app store, or the full path to the web app location. The path must be in the
format http://www.lt;addressgt; .
->Click Next .
The following procedures describe how to upload a Windows Installer (*.exe or *.msi) package to Windows Intune by using the Windows Intune Software Publisher.
To specify the installer type
->Start the Windows Intune Software Publisher.
->On the Software setup page, in Select how this software is made available devices , select Software Installer . In Select the software installer file type , select Windows Installer (*.exe, *.msi) .
->In Specify the location of the software setup files , enter the full path to the location of the .exe or .msi installation files, or clickBrowse to navigate and select to the
folder where the setup files are stored. If additional files and subfolders are required for this installation, click Include additional files and subfolders from the same folder .
->Click Next .
To review the software specifications and upload the software
->On the Summary page, review the software settings that you specified. You can scroll down as needed to view the complete summary.
->To change any setting, click the appropriate page in the page navigation pane and then edit the selections on the displayed page.
->When you have completed all of the software specifications, clickUpload .
->The Upload page displays the status of the software as it uploads to Windows Intune.
Question No: 20
You administer Windows 8.1 Pro laptops and tablets.
Your company wants to start using Virtual Smart Cards on these laptops.
You need to verify that the client laptops and tablets support Virtual Smart Cards before you implement any changes.
What should you do?
Connect a physical smart card reader to each laptop.
Verify that each laptop has a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip of version 1.2 or greater.
Configure BitLocker Drive Encryption on the system drive of each laptop.
Upgrade the laptops to Windows 8 Enterprise edition.
Explanation: Prerequisites You will need:
A computer running Windows 8.1 or Windows 8 with an installed and fully functional TPM (version 1.2 or version 2.0).
A test domain to which the computers listed above can be joined.
Access to a server in that domain with a fully installed and running certification authority (CA).
Reference: Get Started with Virtual Smart Cards: Walkthrough Guide
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