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You have an image of Windows 7 Home Premium.
You deploy the image to several client computers, and then deliver the computers to a customer. The customer reports that the computers fail to join the Active Directory domain. You need to ensure that all of the computers can join the domain. What should you run on each computer?
A. Windows Anytime Upgrade
B. dism.exe /set-edition
C. Windows Update
D. dism.exe /get-targeteditions
Need at least Windows 7 Professional to be able to connect to the Active Directory.
* Upgrading to another version of Windows 7 currently requires the purchase of a license online, or by manual application of a license key which can be purchased at retail. For online purchases, there is no key to input, as the upgrade process is automatic and takes around 10 minutes. The license download can be achieved direct by either going directly to the website address or by using the Windows Anytime Upgrade feature included in the Control Panel. One can then complete the process by downloading the license software that is required for the process.
You have the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK) installed.
You have a Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE) image.
You copy a custom startup script to the image.
You need to ensure that the script runs each time the image starts.
Which two possible files can you modify to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
C: Add a Customized Script with Winpeshl.ini You can launch a customized shell application by using a file called Winpeshl.ini. Winpeshl.exe will process the settings in Winpeshl.ini during boot. If you create a customized Winpeshl.ini and require Plug and Play or network support, you must include a call to Wipeinit.exe. Wpeinit.exe specifically installs Plug and Play devices, processes Unattend.xml settings, and loads network resources.
E: Add a Customized Script with Startnet.cmd You can add customized command-line scripts in Windows PE by using Startnet.cmd. By default, Windows PE includes a Startnet.cmd script located at %SYSTEMROOT%\System32 of your customized Windows PE image. Startnet.cmd currently starts Wpeinit.exe. Wpeinit.exe specifically installs Plug and Play devices, processes Unattend.xml settings, and loads network resources
* third way: Add Customizations with Unattend.xml You can use an answer file with Windows PE to specify various settings and actions. When Windows PE starts, it implicitly looks for a file called Unattend.xml at the root of any bootable device (for example, a USB flash drive or a floppy disk). You can also specify an Unattend.xml file by using Startnet.cmd and Wpeinit.exe.
Note: The following procedure demonstrates how to add a customized script to a Windows PE image offline. Windows PE provides three methods for launching custom scripts: Winpeshl.ini, Startnet.cmd, and Unattend.xml. The Windows PE default interface is a Command Prompt window. However, you can create a customized Winpeshl.ini file to run your own shell application. You can also create your own version of Startnet.cmd to run a specific set of commands, batch files, or scripts. Unattend.xml is a new answer file format for Windows PE 2.0, which replaces Winbom.ini and Winpeoem.sif.
Reference: Include a Custom Script in a Windows PE Image
Your customer places an order for 20 new client computers that have Windows 8 preinstalled.
The customer plans to amortize the licensing costs over three years.
You need to recommend a licensing solution to minimize the initial licensing costs.
Which type of license should you recommend?
A. Open Value Subscription
B. Open Value
C. Full Packaged Product (FPP)
D. Open License with Software Assurance
Open Value is the recommended program if you have a small to midsize organization with five or more desktop PCs and want to simplify license management, manage software costs, and get better control over your investment.
You create a Windows 8 image named Custom.wim. You deploy the image to several client computers. You need to ensure that Custom.wim can be used when a user launches a restore process from the Windows recovery tools. How should you rename Custom.wim before you copy the image to the restore partition?
WIM images can be made bootable. Windows boot loader supports booting Windows from within a WIM file. Windows Setup DVD in Windows Vista and later use such WIM files. In this case, BOOT.WIM contains a bootable version of Windows PE from which the installation is performed. Other setup files are held in the INSTALL.WIM.
You have the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK) installed. An administrator creates an answer file for an image. You discover that when the image is deployed, the End-User License Agreement (EULA) is accepted automatically.
You need to ensure that when the image is deployed to a computer, the end-user accepts the EULA the first time the computer starts. Which answer file component should you modify?
AcceptEula specifies whether to automatically accept the Microsoft Software License Terms. Parent Hierarchy Microsoft-Windows-Setup | UserData | AcceptEula
Your company is introducing a new line of computers.
All of the computers use Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI).
You need to create a partition that includes the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE).
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Set the partition Type to Primary.
B. Set the partition Type to EFI.
C. Set the partition TypeID to 0x27.
D. Set the partition TypeID to de94bba4-06d1-4d40-al6a-bfd50179d6ac
E. Set the partition Type to MSR.
F. Set the partition TypeID to 0x07.
* rem == 1. Windows RE tools partition =============== create partition primary size=300 format quick fs=ntfs label=”Windows RE tools” assign letter=”T” set id=”de94bba4-06d1-4d40-a16a-bfd50179d6ac” gpt attributes=0x8000000000000001
* The Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. UEFI is meant to replace the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) firmware interface, present in all IBM PC-compatible personal computers. In practice, most UEFI images provide legacy support for BIOS services. UEFI can support remote diagnostics and repair of computers, even without another operating system.
Reference: Sample: Configure UEFI/GPT-Based Hard Drive Partitions by Using Windows PE and DiskPart
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