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TS: Microsoft Windows Vista , Configuring

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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com. Certain Abc .com employees have been contacting the help desk on a regular basis with questions regarding the features that Microsoft Windows Vista can offer. You are planning give a presentation in a lecture theatre that has been fitted with a wall mounted plasma display, regarding the new features that Microsoft Windows Vista makes available to users for the information of those Abc .com staff members. You will create the presentation on a laptop workstation named Abc -WS620. Abc -WS620 will be connected to the wall-mounted plasma display with an S-Video cable. To commence your presentation you want the Start menu, the desktop, and all programs to be initially displayed on the plasma display. Thus you need to configure Abc -WS620 to meet these requirements. What should you do?
A. Open Display Settings. Select the icon that represents the wall-mounted plasma display. Then select the This is my main monitor option
B. Open Display Settings. Select the icon that represents the laptop display. Then clear the Extend the desktop onto this monitor option.
C. Clear the Lock the taskbar option of the taskbar's context menu. Drag the taskbar as far to the right as possible.
D. Clear the Lock the taskbar option of the taskbar's context menu. Drag the taskbar as far to the left as possible.
Answer: A
Explanation:
The wall-mounted plasma display should be set as the primary monitor. To do this, open Display Settings, select the icon that represents the wall-mounted plasma display, and then select the This is my main monitor option. This will result in the Start menu to be displayed on the wall-mounted plasma display.
Incorrect answers:
B: If you do not clear the Extend the desktop onto this monitor option for the laptop display, you will be preventing Abc -WS620 from displaying the desktop at all.
C: If you drag the taskbar as far to the right as possible it will allow you to move the taskbar between monitors, however, it does not allow you to control where all programs will initially open.
D: If you drag the taskbar as far to the left as possible it will allow you to move the taskbar between monitors, however, it does not allow you to control where all programs will initially open.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista. Certain Abc .com employees have been contacting the help desk on a regular basis with questions regarding the features that Microsoft Windows Vista can offer. You are planning give a presentation. You will create the presentation on a laptop workstation named Abc -WS620. Now you are setting up the presentation using a large boardroom monitor that is connected to Abc -WS620. Unfortunately you fell ill and another of the Abc .com staff members will have to make the presentation on you behalf. All is set up except that the stand-in staff member forgot to bring with a power cable for Abc -WS620 and now thus need to conserver power by not making use of the Abc -WS620 screen during the presentation. You should he configure the Abc -WS620display to conserve the most power during the presentation. What should he do?
A. Reduce the brightness settings in the Windows Mobility Center to the lowest setting.
B. Select External display only in the New Display Detected dialog box.
C. Select Extended in the New Display Detected dialog box.
D. Turn on Presentation Mode in the Windows Mobility Center.
Answer: B
Explanation:
To allow for the lowest power consumption on the laptop, when you connect to an external monitor, you should choose External display only in the New Display Detected dialog box. This will turn off the laptop screen and no battery power will be required to run it.
Incorrect answers:
A: If you reduce the brightness in Windows Mobility Center it will conserve some power, but it does not provide the best power conservation and will result in the external monitor being dimmer as well.
C: If you select Extended in the New Display Detected dialog box it will configure the external monitor as an extended desktop to the laptop monitor. This would not result in reduced power use and will thus not help.
D: If you turn on Presentation Mode in Windows Mobility Center to conserve power you will actually change your mobile device behavior during a presentation, this could be not using screen savers or blocking notifications that would not be wanted during the presentation.
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You work as the desktop support specialist at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista. You have been assigned to the Abc .com IT department. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com. The Abc .com CEO wants all the Department managers to have a Bluetooth-enabled handheld device added to their personal area networks (PAN) respectively. You have been instructed to carry out these orders for your department. What should you do?
A. Configure the passkey and ensure that the devise is discoverable.
B. Configure the appropriate wireless security method and ensure that the devise is discoverable.
C. Turn on the Network Discovery and configure the passkey.
D. Configure the passkey and ensure that the mobile device is Wi-Fi enabled.
Answer: A
Explanation:
To add a device that has Bluetooth capability, you need to ensure that the device is discoverable. You also need to set up the passkey to associate the device with the Bluetooth signal. This ensures that each device is connected to the device to which it is intended to connect.
Incorrect answers:
B: You should not configure wireless security. This would be used to connect to a local area network (LAN) not a PAN.
C: You should not turn on Network Discovery because it is used to allow a computer to browse and be viewed on a network when browsing for resources, not to make a Bluetooth device available.
D: You should not enable Wi-Fi because it is used to connect to a local area network and not to a personal area network.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com which operates as an online retailer. You have been instructed to deploy tablet PCs to all the Abc .com departmental managers. One of the managers named Amy Wilson made a special request which is as follows: she wants the ability to have several common tasks such as copy, paste and navigation to be quicker to perform. You need to provide a quick method to perform these routine common tasks on Amy Wilson's tablet PC. What should you do?
A. You need to configure Pen options in Pen and Input Devices on Amy Wilson's tablet PC.
B. You need to configure flicks in Pen and Input Devices on Amy Wilson's tablet PC.
C. You need to enable Automatic Learning on Amy Wilson's tablet PC.
D. You need to configure gestures in the Input Panel Options on Amy Wilson's tablet PC.
Answer: B
Explanation:
Flicks are motions made with your pen or finger on the screen that can be used to perform these common tasks. To allow for the ability to perform common tasks, such as cut, paste and navigate, you can configure flicks in Pen and Devices in Control Panel.
Incorrect answers:
A: Pen options are used to determine how you can use your pen to perform many tasks that would normally be done with a mouse, such as right or double-clicking on icons.
This should not be configured on Amy Wilson's tablet PC.
C: Automatic Learning pertains to do helping the tablet PC's handwriting recognition to learn about the user's way of writing and use of vocabulary. This is not the common tasks that Amy Wilson wants to be done quicker.
D: Gestures are used in the input panel as shortcuts to make some tasks quicker such as using backspace and delete, but they cannot be used not for common routine tasks like copying, pasting or navigation.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com. A Abc .com employee named Dean Austin has been assigned a workstation named Abc -WS621. Dean Austin has a cell phone that is capable of running a simplified version of Windows Media Player. It is this cell phone that he usually connects his cell phone to his workstation to synchronize his calendar as well as play music. Dean Austin can play music stored on Abc -WS621 through his cell phone while the computer is sleeping. The music files are not stored on the cell phone. Dean Austin discovered that he can improve his cell phone's battery life by disabling the ability to play music through the Windows Media Player. To this end he contacted the Abc .com help desk to help him disable the cell phone's Windows Media Player. What should you do?
A. Open the Windows Sideshow and then turn off the Windows Media Player gadget.
B. Open the Sync centre and remove the appropriate Sync partnership.
C. Open the Windows Sidebar and turn off the Windows Media Player gadget.
D. Open the Windows Media Player and then remove the appropriate plug-in.
Answer: A
Explanation:
Windows SideShow allows you to run gadgets on SideShow-compatible devices, such as cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), or auxiliary displays. To turn off the gadget, clear the option next to the device on which you want the gadget disabled. Thus you should open Windows SideShow and turn off the Windows Media Player gadget.
Incorrect answers:
B: Sync Center allows you to synchronize files between Windows and a mobile device.
In this scenario, the music files are not synchronized with the cell phone. The cell phone simply uses Media Player to play music that is stored on the computer. It will thus not help if you open Sync centre to remove a partnership.
C: You should not open Windows SideBar. Windows SideBar allows you to run gadgets on the computer, not a mobile device.
D: You should not open Windows Media Player and remove a plug-in. Plug-ins are software components that are hosted by Windows Media Center.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com. Recently you have deployed several tablet PCs for Abc .com. Your initial deployment has portrait orientation configured for the users. The manager of the Finance department named Clive Wilson contacted the Abc .com help desk with a request regarding his tablet PC. He wants the orientation on his tablet PC to be changed to landscape so that he can work on a large Microsoft Excel file in landscape mode. You thus need to change Clive Wilson's tablet PC's orientation. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Change the resolution in Windows Display Settings.
B. Configure landscape on the Display tab of the Tablet PC Settings.
C. Configure Microsoft Excel Page Settings to Landscape.
D. Select Rotate screen in Windows Mobility Center.
E. Select Primary Landscape in the Calibration drop-down list in the General tab or the Tablet PC Settings.
Answer: B, D
Explanation:
To change the display orientation on a tabled PC from portrait to landscape, you could either configure Landscape on the Display tab of the Tablet PC Settings, alternatively you could make use of the Windows Mobility Settings and click Rotate screen.
Incorrect answers:
A: If you change the resolution in Windows Display Settings it will change the resolution of the display, not the orientation.
C: If you change Microsoft Excel to have landscape page settings it would not change the orientation of the tablet PC, only the output of the Excel worksheet.
E: You should not choose Primary Landscape on the Calibration drop-down list in the Tablet PC Settings. This is used to calibrate the pen to improve accuracy when using the tablet PC.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are desktop, laptop and tablet PC workstations in operation at Abc .com. A Abc .com employee named Clive Wilson has been assigned a workstation named Abc -WS625. Abc -WS625 is a tablet PC. Clive Wilson contacted the Abc .com help desk to lodge a complaint. The complaint is as follows: whenever the pen is dragged in an upward-right direction, the last object that was placed on the clipboard is accidentally pasted into the active software application. Clive Wilson wants this problem to be sorted out. You have received instruction to address Clive Wilson's problem. You need to configure the Pen and Input Devices Control Panel applet to prevent the accidental pasting of objects on the clipboard into the active software application. What should you do?
A. You should select the Increase pointer precision option on the Pointer Options tab.
B. You should customize how pen flicks are mapped to common actions on the Flicks tab.
C. You should clear the Use the pen button as a right-click equivalent option on the Pen Options tab.
D. You should change the equivalent mouse action for the Press and hold pen action on the Pen Options tab.
Answer: B
Explanation:
To prevent the accidental pasting of clipboard objects into the active software application you should customize how pen flicks are mapped to common actions. This is done by clicking the Customize button on the Flicks tab to open the Customize Flicks dialog box. Then change the action for the top-right flick to (None).
This prevents Windows Vista from accidentally pasting objects when the user drags the pen in an upward-right direction.
Incorrect answers:
A: The problem in this scenario is not due to pointer precision. It is caused by dragging the pen in an upward-right direction. Thus you should not select the Increase pointer precision option on the Pointer Options tab.
C: You should not clear the Use the pen button as a right-click equivalent option on the Pen Options tab because the problem is not caused by pressing the pen button. It is caused by dragging the pen in an upward-right direction.
D: The problem is not caused by simply pressing and holding the pen. It is caused by dragging the pen in an upward-right direction Thus it will not solve the problem if you change the equivalent mouse action for the Press and hold pen action on the Pen Options tab.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista. There aredesktop, laptop and tablet PC workstations in operation at Abc .com. Certain Abc .com employees have been contacting the help desk on a regular basis with questions regarding the features that Microsoft Windows Vista can offer. You are planning give a presentation. You will create the presentation on a tablet PC workstation named Abc -WS620. Now you are setting up the presentation using a network projector that is connected to Abc -WS620. For this presentation to be successful you need to temporarily block notifications and disable you screen saver during the presentation. What should you do?
A. You should set the screen saver to none in the Display Settings.
B. You should select Extended in the New Display Detected dialog box.
C. You should turn on and configure Presentation Mode in the Windows Mobility Center.
D. You should Click Connect External Display in the Windows Mobility Center.
Answer: C
Explanation:
To prevent a computer from switching on its screen saver or displaying notifications during a presentation, you should turn on Presentation Mode in Windows Mobility Center.
Incorrect answers:
A: Setting the screen saver to none in the Display Settings will prevent the screen saver from activating, but it would not prevent notifications from appearing during the presentation.
B: If you select extended in the New Display Detected dialog box then you actually extend the laptop's desktop to include the additional monitor to extend the entire desktop space over the two monitors. This does not impact the screen saver or notifications and will thus not help in this scenario.
D: If you choose Connect External Display in the Windows Mobility Center, you will in essence detect externally connected monitors on a mobile device. This is not what is required.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com which operates as an online retailer. The Abc .com management issued a new directive stating that all laptop workstations should be upgraded to Microsoft Windows Vista Business. You have been instructed to oversee the upgrading of these laptop workstations. There have been requests by Abc .com users for the following regarding the laptop workstations:
1. They want to be able to stop working and travel with their laptop and then resume work as quickly as possible when they get to their destination.
2. They want to be protected from data loss should there be a problem with the power source, such as battery failure, when traveling. You now need to provide the users the ability to quickly resume work and protect them from data loss due to lack of power or battery removal.
What should you do?
A. Ensure that the laptop workstations have Centrino hardware.
You should configure hybrid sleep on the laptop workstations.
B. Ensure that the users are administrators.
You should configure hybrid sleep on the laptop workstations.
C. Ensure that there is available disk space equivalent to the amount of RAM.
Configure sleep on the laptop workstations.
D. Ensure that there is available disk space equivalent to the amount of RAM.
You should configure hybrid sleep on the laptop workstations.
E. Ensure that there is available disk space equivalent to the amount of RAM.
Configure hibernation on the laptop workstations.
Answer: D
Explanation:
To allow the user to quickly resume work but still protect from data loss should the battery fail or be removed, the Hybrid Sleep option will save all the data in memory to the hiberfil.sys file on the disk, but still preserve the data in memory with a minimal amount of power utilization. When the user is ready to work, the system already has the data in memory and the user is able to quickly resume work where he stopped. If the battery fails during the sleep state, the data from memory will already be in the hiberfil.sys. When the user is ready to resume work, the laptop will restore the hiberfil.sys file to RAM and the user can proceed to work from where he stopped.
To allow for the storage of data in RAM to be saved in the hiberfil.sys, the laptop needs to have available disk space equal to the amount of RAM in the laptop.
Incorrect answers:
A: One does not need Centrino hardware to make use of the Hybrid Sleep option or other mobility power options.
B: The user does not need to be an administrator on the laptop to use the Hybrid Sleep option or other power options on the mobile device.
C: There is no need to use the Sleep option because it will not protect the laptop from data loss should the battery fail or be removed. Sleep will use the hiberfil.sys file should the battery become low, but if the battery is unexpectedly not available; Sleep will not save the data in RAM to the disk.
E: There is no need to use the Hibernate option because it will not provide the quickest way to restore work because the data must be loaded from the hard drive to RAM prior to the desktop being made available to the user. This amount of time will vary on the amount of RAM and running applications on the laptop.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com which operates as an online retailer. A Abc .com user named Amy Wilson has been assigned a laptop workstation named Abc -WS621. She works in the Marketing department and is compelled to travel extensively in the execution of her duties and thus the reason why she has been assigned Abc -WS621. Because she has to frequently make use of the battery to power Abc -WS621, she configured Abc -WS621 to use the Power saver power plan. However, she discovered that when she clicks the Power button icon on the Start menu, Abc -WS621 does not completely turn off. And if she later presses the Power button on Abc -WS621, the same programs that were opened when she tried to shut down are still open. Amy Wilson then contacted the Abc .com help desk to address this problem she has regarding the power issues on Abc -WS621. You now need to configure Abc -WS621 to have it turn off without saving Amy Wilson's desktop session when she clicks the Power button icon on the Start menu. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
A. Open Power Options and click the Choose what power buttons do link and choose the option to shut the computer down when the power button is pressed.
B. Open Power Options and click the Change when computer sleeps link and choose the option to never put the computer to sleep when it is running on battery.
C. Open Advanced Settings for the current power plan in Power Options.
D. Change the On battery setting in the Sleep after category to Never.
E. Change the Start menu power button setting to Shut down.
Answer: C, E
Explanation:
You should change the Start menu power button setting to Shut down in Advanced Settings. To open Advanced Settings, first open Power Options and click the Change plan settings link associated with the Power saver power plan. Then click the Change advanced power settings link to open the Advanced Settings dialog box. Expand Power buttons and lid, and then expand Start menu power button. Change the On battery setting to Shut down. This causes Windows to completely shut down when the Power button icon on the Start menu is clicked.
Incorrect answers:
A: The option to shut the computer down when the power button is pressed determines what happens when you press the Power button on the computer, not the Power button icon on the Start menu. This is not what should be done in this case.
B: The option to never put the computer to sleep when it is running on battery determines whether the computer is automatically put to sleep. In this scenario, you need to specify what happens when the Power button icon on the Start menu is manually clicked. Thus this option will not work.
D: The On battery setting in the Sleep after category setting determines the amount of time that must elapse before the computer is automatically put to sleep when it is running on battery. In this scenario, you need to specify what happens when the Power button icon on the Start menu is manually clicked. Thus this setting should not be set to Never.
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You work as the desktop support technician at Abc .com. The Abc .com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named Abc .com. All client computers on the Abc .com network run Microsoft Windows Vista Business. You have been assigned to the Abc .com help desk to aid all the Abc .com users who experience trouble with their workstations. There are both desktop and laptop workstations in operation at Abc .com which operates as an online retailer. A Abc .com user named Amy Wilson has been assigned a laptop workstation named Abc -WS621. She works in the Marketing department and is compelled to travel extensively in the execution of her duties and thus the reason why she has been assigned Abc -WS621. Amy Wilson has the following requirements that should be met by Abc -WS621:
1. The ability to stop working, close the lid on Abc -WS621.
2. When ready, to start working where she left off.
3. No battery life to be used during periods of inactivity on Abc -WS621
To this end she took her laptop workstation and requirement to the Abc .com help desk for assistance in meeting her requirements. You thus need to configure Abc -WS621 for temporary work stoppages and resuming at the same state after a period of time, while not using any power.
What should you do?
A. You should configure Abc -WS621 to hibernate when lid is closed.
B. You should configure Abc -WS621 to sleep when lid is closed.
C. You should configure Abc -WS621 to shut down when lid is closed.
D. You should configure Abc -WS621 to go into standby when lid is closed.
Answer: A
Explanation:
Hibernating saves all work in memory to the hiberfil.sys file on the hard drive and then powers the laptop off, using no power while it is off. Once the lid is opened, the laptop powers up and restores the contents of hiberfil.sys to memory. The user is able to start working with the same programs, windows, and documents open just as they were. Thus to allow Amy Wilson to close the Abc -WS621 lid and then be able to open the lid and start working from the same point while using no power while the lid was closed, you should configure the Power Plan to hibernate when the lid is closed in the Power Options Control Panel application.
Incorrect answers:
B: You should not choose Sleep because Abc -WS621 will act the same way as standby except, should the battery become low during the sleep state, the system will save the data in memory to the hiberfil.sys file on disk and then enter hibernate. When Amy Wilson is ready to proceed to work, she will be at the same point but will have less battery power than before.
C: You should not configure Abc -WS621 to shut down because it would power off the laptop without saving Amy Wilson's current work or saving the open programs, windows, and documents to enable her to resume from that same point.
D: You should not choose Standby because it does not prevent power from being used while the lid is closed. With Standby Abc -WS621 will use just enough power to preserve the data in RAM. Though Amy Wilson will be able to quickly start on work when the lid is opened because all the data is already in RAM, should the battery run out during sleep state, her data and current state will be lost.
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