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1. Which of the following is NOT an objective when performing a large-scale Windows 7 deployment? a) Creating standardized computing software environments
b) Minimizing the amount of user interaction required at workstations c) Standardizing the computing hardware environments
d) Minimizing the interruption of user productivity

Answer: c
Difficulty: Easy
Section Reference: Understanding Enterprise Deployments
Explanation: Technical specialists undertaking a large-scale Windows 7 deployment typically have to consider the following objectives: Create standardized computing environment, minimize the amount of user interaction required at the workstation, ensure continued functionality of all hardware and software resources, and minimize the interruption of user productivity.

2. What do you call a template for a workstation configuration that contains all the software the workstation requires? a) Image system
b) Reference computer
c) Windows PE
d) Tablet PC

Answer: b
Difficulty: Easy
Section Reference: Understanding the Deployment Process
Explanation: When deploying an enterprise workstation, you need to create a reference computer that is a template for a workstation configuration. The reference computer should contain all of the software the workstation requires—installed, configured, and ready to use.

3. You are getting ready to deploy Windows 7 to multiple enterprise workstations. What do you use to hold the information captured from the reference computer? a) Template
b) Image file
c) WinPE
d) Snapshot

Answer: b
Difficulty: Easy
Section Reference: Understanding the Deployment Process
Explanation: An image file is a copy of the data stored on the reference computer’s drives. By creating an image file, you can replicate the configuration on the reference computer to as many workstations as you need to deploy.

4. What is the graphical utility that installers can use to create distribution shares and answer files that automate and customize Windows 7 installations? a) Windows SIM
b) DISM
c) ImageX.exe
d) Windows PE

Answer: a
Difficulty: Medium
Section Reference: Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit
Explanation: Windows SIM is a graphical utility that installers can use to create distribution shares and answer files that automate and customize Windows 7 installations.

5. What is an XML script that provides the Windows 7 Setup program with the information it needs to perform an unattended installation? a) WinPE
b) Image template
c) DISM
d) Answer file

Answer: d
Difficulty: Medium
Section Reference: Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit
Explanation: An answer file is an XML script that provides the Windows 7 Setup program with the information it needs to perform an unattended installation. After configuring specific settings in the Windows SIM interface, the program generates the correct XML code and creates the answer file.

6. What is a command line tool that installers can use to capture, modify, and apply image files in the Windows Imaging format? a) ImageX.exe
b) DISM.exe
c) Sysprep.exe
d) USMT.exe

Answer: a
Difficulty: Easy
Section Reference: Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit
Explanation: ImageX is a command line tool that installers can use to capture, modify, and apply image files in the Windows Imaging format. In addition to running ImageX.exe manually from the Windows 7 or Windows PE command prompt, you can also incorporate commands into a script or an MDT 2010 task sequence.

7. What is a command line tool that installers can use to mount, edit, and upgrade image files in the Windows Imaging format? a) ImageX.exe
b) DISM.exe
c) Sysprep.exe
d) USMT.exe

Answer: b
Difficulty: Medium
Section Reference: Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit
Explanation: Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM.exe) is a command line tool that installers can use to mount, edit, and upgrade image files in the Windows Imaging format. With...
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