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Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional

 Question 1.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. A ITCertKeys.com user named Mia Hamm uses a Windows 95 client computer named ITCertKeys-WS270. ITCertKeys-WS270 contains a single hard disk drive with two partitions that have been assigned the drive letters C and D. You need to perform a clean install of Windows XP Professional on ITCertKeys-WS270. You decide to install a second hard disk drive in ITCertKeys-WS270 and assign it the drive letter E. 

You want the E: drive to become the boot partition. What should you do?

A. Select Advanced Options from the Install Options dialog box in Setup.
B. At the command prompt, run winnt32.exe /syspart:E.
C. Define the TargetPath option in an answer file and use the answer file to perform an unattended installation.
D. Use Sysprep to create an image for ITCertKeys-WS270.

Answer: A

Explanation:
The boot partition is the partition that constrains the %SystemRoot% folder into which set up copies the Windows XP Professional system files. This partition can be the primary partition of a logical partition. You can specify which drive letter or partition Setup should use in the Advanced Options dialog box.

Incorrect answers:
B: The syspart switch is used to copy Set up files to a temporary hard disk drive that can be moved to another computer on which the installation is to be performed. The syspart switch marks the specified drive letter as the system partition to which Setup will copy the Setup startup files. The hard drive can then be moved to a new computer where Windows XP Professional Setup will begin at the next phase.
C: The TargetPath option of an answer file specifies the name of the folder in which Windows XP Professional will be installed. It does not specify the drive letter or partition.
D: Sysprep is used to create an image that contains the operating system and the applications that are to be installed on a target computer. However, the Sysprep image can only contain a single partition and will replace the C: drive.

Reference:
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 1
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 12

Question 2.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. All servers on the ITCertKeys.com network run Windows 2000 Server. Half the client computers run Windows NT 4.0 Workstation and the rest run Windows XP Professional. The ITCertKeys.com network also contains a file server named ITCertKeys-SR24. You need to upgrade a Windows NT 4.0 client computer named ITCertKeys-WS290 to Windows XP Professional. However, the Windows XP Professional installation CD does not contain the drivers for the network adapter card currently installed on ITCertKeys-WS290. You copy the i386 folder from the Windows XP professional installation CD to a shared folder named i386 on ITCertKeys-SR24. In the i386 shared folder you create a folder named Testadpcrd and copy the drivers for the network adapter card to the Testadpcrd folder. You want the Testadpcrd folder to be copied to the  folder on ITCertKeys-WS290 during the upgrade process. After the upgrade, you want to be able to access the drivers in the Testadpcrd folder for future use.

What should you do on ITCertKeys-WS290?

A. At a command prompt, run the Winnt.exe command with the /r:testadpcrd switch.
B. At a command prompt, run the Winnt.exe command with the /rx:testadpcrd switch.
C. At a command prompt, run the Winnt32.exe command with the /copysource:testadpcrd switch.
D. At a command prompt, run the Winnt32.exe command with the /copydir:testadpcrd switch.

Answer: D

Explanation:
In the i386 folder you will find the Winnt32.exe or Winnt.exe. In the command prompt you the use the Winnt32.exe command with the copydir switch. The copydir:folder name create a customized subfolders that can be used with the Windows XP Professional installation. If you use the /copydir option, the folder is not deleted.

Incorrect answers:
A: The /r switch is used with the winnt command. The winnt command is used to install Windows XP Professional on a computer that is not running Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP Home Edition.
B: The /rx switch is used with the winnt command. The winnt command is used to install Windows XP Professional on a computer that is not running Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP Home Edition.
C: The /copysource:folder name is used to create a temporary subfolder for Windows XP Professional files to be used during the installation process. Once the installation process is complete, the folders created with this process are deleted. If you use the /copydir option, the folder is not deleted.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 11

Question 3.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network contains ten Windows 2000 Server computers and 1,200 Windows 98 client computers. ITCertKeys.com intends to hire another 25 employees over the next 3 months. The company has purchased 25 new client computers that will be issued to the new employees. You have been instructed to install Windows XP Professional as well as a standard set of applications on the new client computers. The new client computers consist of five different hardware configurations as shown in the following table:
 

All the hardware on the new client computers appears on the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). 

You intend to use RIPrep to deploy Windows XP Professional and the applications on the new client computers. How many RIPrep images would you require?

A. Twenty Five
B. Five
C. Four
D. One

Answer: C

Explanation:
The 25 client computers are classed in four categories because you need a separate image for each supported hardware abstraction layer (Hal) that is used in the four different client computers. To use Sysprep, all computers to which you intend to install Windows XP Professional (also known as target computers) must have the same hardware abstraction layer (HAL), Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) support, and mass storage controller devices as found in the reference computer that you prepare using Sysprep. The HAL for the imaged computer and the target computers must match. For example, you could not apply an ACPI-based HAL on a non-ACPI-based computer. For other hardware differences, the RIPrep wizard will use Plug and Play capabilities to detect any hardware differences between the source and destination computers.

Incorrect answers:
A: There is no need to create 25 images; the installation wizard will detect hardware components. If the devices are Plug and Play, the Plug and Play manager will configure the device.
B, D: You do not need to create one or for that matter five images; different HALs are needed for the computers that support ACPI and those not. Different HALs are needed for single processors and dual-processor systems.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 41
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2

Question 4.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. ITCertKeys.com contains a server named ITCertKeys-SR10 that is used for Remote Installation Services (RIS) and Remote Installation Preparation (RIPrep). Due to company growth, ITCertKeys.com has acquired 40 new client computers. You have been instructed to install Windows XP Professional as well as a standard set of applications on the new client computers. 

You intend using the RIS and the RIPrep wizard to install Windows XP Professional on all the new client computers. You install Windows XP Professional and the client applications on a reference computer named ITCertKeys-WS288. After creating the RIPRep image, you discover that Microsoft has just released a new service pack for Windows XP Professional. You want to apply the service pack to the RIPrep image before deploying Windows XP Professional to the new client computers.

What should you do?

A. At a command prompt on ITCertKeys-WS288, run riprep.exe
B. Use xcopy to copy the files from the service pack to ITCertKeys-SR10.
C. Slipstream the service pack files to the RIPrep image on ITCertKeys-SR10.
D. At a command prompt on ITCertKeys-WS288, run sysprep.exe

Answer: C

Explanation:
Slipstreaming is the act of integrating service pack files with operating system installation files, so that the operating system can be installed together with the service pack in a single operation. To maintain the correct version, you must integrate the slipstream the service pack into the RIPrep image of ITCertKeys-SR10.

Incorrect answers:
A: A (RIPrep) image is a type of image configured on a Remote Installation Services (RIS) server. A RIPrep image can contain the Windows XP Professional operating system and applications. This type of image is based on a preconfigured computer. In this case it cannot run until the RIPrep image version matches the version of Windows XP Professional on the server. It can only be done after the slipstreaming.
B: With xcopy you can override the default results for permissions. The /o switch of the Xcopy command copies the file access control list (ACL), which includes all the permissions along with the file. You can use the /x switch to copy the information in addition to the ACL. This means that you cannot create an RIS image of a workstation
D: Sysprep works together with a third-party imaging application such as Norton Ghost or Symantec Drive Image to create cloned copies of the system drive with unique security identifiers (SIDs) that satisfy the requirement that all computers on the network must have a unique SID.

Reference:
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 51

Question 5.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network contains ten Windows 2000 Server computers and 1,200 Windows 98 client computers. Due to company growth, ITCertKeys.com intends to hire an additional 200 employees over the next 6 months. The company has purchased 200 new client computers that will be issued to the new employees. You have been instructed to install Windows XP Professional as well as a number of proprietary applications on the new client computers. You want to deploy Windows XP Professional and the propriety applications using the least amount of administrative effort?

What should you do?

A. Use an answer file when installing Windows XP Professional and install the proprietary after the installation is complete.
B. Run the Winnt32.exe /unattend from a command prompt.
C. On a reference computer, install the Windows XP Professional and the applications and configure the settings as needed. Then run RIPrep.exe from the command prompt. Then use Remote Installation Services (RIS) to install the RIPrep image.
D. On a reference computer, install the Windows XP Professional and the applications and configure the settings as needed. Then run Sysprep.exe from the command prompt. Then use Remote Installation Services (RIS) to install the Sysprep image.

Answer: C

Explanation:
Because these are new computers you should use Remote Installation Services. RIS can be used only for clean installations and can't be used to upgrade a previous version of Windows. Because the installation comes from a reference computer, these computer's Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) must be the same as the other client computers that need the installation. You should then create an image by using RIPrep.exe, on the reference computer. A (RIPrep) image is a type of image configured on a Remote Installation Services (RIS) server. A RIPrep image can contain the Windows XP Professional operating system and applications. You should connect the client computers to the network and the client computers that are Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE) enabled will start automatically. PXE is a technology that is used to boot to the network when no operating system or network configuration has been installed and configured on a client computer.

Incorrect answers:
A: You do not want the new employees to intervene with the installation because thy do not have much experience. With Winnt.sif a floppy disk is needed, which means the new employees must insert the floppy disk containing the files after the first reboot, when the text-based portion of Setup is beginning.
B: This here is new client computer. You can only use Winnt32.exe if the client computers are already running a 32-bit Windows operating system.
D: You can use Sysprep.exe to create an installation image, but Sysprep images cannot be deployed using a RIS server. You should create a RIPrep image instead.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 51
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2

Question 6.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. All servers on the ITCertKeys.com network run Windows 2000 Server and all client computers run Windows 2000 Professional. The ITCertKeys.com network contains a file server named ITCertKeys-SR14 and 1,500 client computers. You have been instructed to perform a clean installation Windows XP Professional on 100 of the client computers. The custom settings and personal data of the users of these client computers must be preserved. You want to use Remote Installation Services (RIS) to deploy Windows XP Professional to these client computers. You also want to use the least amount of administrative effort. 

What should you do?

A. You should copy the user state data to ITCertKeys-SR14 by using the Scanstate.exe and run the Loadstate.exe to apply the settings to the 100 client computers.
B. On all the 100 client computers you should back up the user state data and perform a operating system upgrade and restore user state data to the client computers from the back ups.
C. You should copy each of the 100 user's profiles to a network share. When the upgrade is complete the users then can retrieve their profiles.
D. Backup the Systems State data from the 100 client computer to a network share. Restore the System State data once the installation of Windows XP Professional is complete.

Answer: A

Explanation:
The case states that you want to use (RIS).You can use the User State Migration Tool (USMT) to transfer personal data, application settings and personal operating systems data. Windows XP Professional ships with a utility called the User State Migration Tool (USMT) that is used by administrators to migrate users from one computer to another via command-line utilities. The USMT is almost the same as the FAST Wizard with the following differences:
* The USMT is more configurable and can use INF files to specify which files and settings are transferred.
* The USMT is scriptable and uses command-line utilities to save and restore user files and settings.
The options also states that you should use Scanstate.exe and run the Loadstate.exe. The USMT consists of two executable files, ScanState.exe and LoadState.exe.
* ScanState.exe collects user data and settings information based on the configuration of the Migapp.inf, Migsys.inf, Miguser.inf, and Sysfiles.inf files.
* LoadState.exe then deposits the information that is collected from the source computer to a computer running a fresh copy of Windows XP Professional. 

Incorrect answer
B: To back up the 100 client computers and to restore the user's personal on all the 100 client computers is more time consuming.
C: The user profile only contains the desktop and logon settings. For the users to retrieve their profiles would not give them their custom settings that are associated with the applications from their client computers.
D: The Systems State data from Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional is different. Window 2000's Systems State data includes system boot files, the registry, all files that are protected by the Windows File Protection and the COM+ Class Registration database. The option states that you copy the Systems State data from the client computer, which means from Windows 2000. The Windows XP's User State Migration Tool (USMT) to transfer personal data, application settings and personal operating systems data.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 103
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 3

Question 7.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network contains ten Windows 2000 Server computers, 600 Windows 98 client computers and 1,000 Windows 2000 Professional client computers. ITCertKeys.com intends to hire another 75 employees over the next 6 months. The company has purchased 75 new PXE-enabled client computers that will be issued to the new employees. You have been instructed to install Windows XP Professional on the new client computers. You attach the new client computers to the network as shown in the network exhibit.
Network exhibit:
 
You want to perform an unattended installation of Windows XP Professional on the new computers. You create an installation image of Windows XP Professional on ITCertKeys-SR16.
You start one of the PXE-enabled client computers. However, after completing the power-on self test (POST) the PXE-enabled client computer reports that no operating system is available. You need to ensure that Windows XP Professional can be deployed successfully on the new client computers.

What should you do?

A. On the PXE-enabled client computer you should perform the Rbfg.exe command from the command prompt.
B. In the system BIOS of the PXE-enabled client computer, specify the NIC as the first boot device.
C. You should add a WINS server to ITCertKeys.com's network and restart the PXE-enabled client computer.
D. You should recreate the installation image and restart the PXE-enabled client computer.

Answer: B

Explanation:
The scenario states that you started the PXE-enabled client computer with the Windows XP Professional CD. The PXE-enabled client computer is not configured to boot from the boot-Rom on its NIC. Client computers must meet the proper design specification to be installed with RIS. This includes the capability for remote booting, which is usually accomplished by adding a network interface card (NIC) that is equipped with a PXE ROM-enabled chip, along with support in the BIOS for booting the computer from this NIC. 

Incorrect answer
A: The client computer is PXE-enabled, so to perform the Rbfg.exe is not necessary. Rbfg.exe is used to create a specialized floppy boot disk that can communicate with an RIS server to start a remote installation.
C: RIS allows an administrator to remotely install operating systems on client computers. To use RIS, you need to install this component on the server. The following server components must be available on the RIS server or on another server available to the RIS server:
* Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) that provides TCP/IP configuration parameters that enables the client computer to create its own network connection.
* Domain Name System (DNS) that provides name resolution services so that the client computer can locate the RIS server by name.
* Active Directory because the RIS operates only in an Active Directory-enabled domain environment. You cannot use RIS in a workgroup environment.
D: You are not required to recreate the installation image.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 41
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2

Question 8.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network contains 20 Windows 2000 Server computers and 1,600 Windows 2000 Professional client computers. ITCertKeys.com also contains a server named ITCertKeys-SR20 that is used for Remote Installation Services (RIS). ITCertKeys.com intends to hire another 200 employees over the next 12 months. The company has purchased 200 new client computers that will be issued to the new employees. You have been instructed to install Windows XP Professional as well as some propriety applications on the new client computers. You want to deploy Windows XP Professional and the proprietary applications using the least amount of administrative effort?

What should you do?

A. You should copy an installation of Windows XP Professional with the customized settings and the proprietary applications on a reference computer and copy the hard drive content of the reference computer to a shared folder on ITCertKeys-SR20.
B. You should copy an installation of Windows XP Professional with the customized settings and  the proprietary applications on a reference computer, then remove its hard drive and install it in a removable cartridge on ITCertKeys-SR20.
C. You should copy an installation of Windows XP Professional with the customized settings and the proprietary applications on a reference computer and then run the RIPrep.exe to create the installation image.
D. You should copy an installation of Windows XP Professional with the customized settings and the proprietary applications on a reference computer and then run the Sysprep.exe to create  the installation image.

Answer: C

Explanation:
ITCertKeys.com has a RIS server. To deploy Windows XP Professional and the proprietary applications, you should install these items on the reference computer which has the same HAL as the target computers. RIS can be used only for clean installations and can't be used to upgrade a previous version of Windows. A (RIPrep) image is a type of image configured on a Remote Installation Services (RIS) server. A RIPrep image can contain the Windows XP Professional operating system and applications. You should connect the client computers to the network and the client computers that are Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE) enabled will start automatically. PXE is a technology that is used to boot to the network when no operating system or network configuration has been installed and configured on a client computer.

Incorrect answer
A: To copy the copy the hard drive content of the reference computer to a share folder on the RIS server ( ITCertKeys-SR20) will not enable you to install the required Windows XP Professional installation.
B: To remove its hard drive and install it in a removable cartridge on RIS server ( ITCertKeys-SR20) will not enable you to install the required Windows XP Professional installation.
D: Sysprep works together with a third-party imaging application such as Norton Ghost or Symantec Drive Image to create cloned copies of the system drive with unique security identifiers (SIDs) that satisfy the requirement that all computers on the network must have a unique SID. Sysprep is not compatible with RIS.

Reference:
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 41

Question 9.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network contains 20 Windows 2000 Server computers and 1,600 Windows 2000 Professional client computers. ITCertKeys.com is in the process of upgrading the client computers to Windows XP Professional. You want to use cloning to deploy Windows XP Professional to the client computers in the Finance Department. 

You install a client computer named ITCertKeys-WS270 in your test lab and install Windows XP Professional on ITCertKeys-WS270. You then install the required applications on ITCertKeys-WS270 and configure the computer. After ensuring that ITCertKeys-WS270 performs as expected, you log onto the computer as the local Administrator. However, when you attempt to run sysprep.exe at the command prompt, sysprep.exe does not execute.

What is the most probable cause of this problem?

A. The disk drive on ITCertKeys-WS270 has multiple partitions. Sysprep can only clone a single partition.
B. The sysprep files are not in the systemdrive\sysprep directory.
C. To run the sysprep utility, you must be a member of the Domain Admins group.
D. The partitions on ITCertKeys-WS270 are formatted with FAT32.

Answer: B

Explanation:
For Sysprep.exe to run you need the following files Sysprep.exe, Setupcl.exe and Sysprep.inf on a floppy disk or in the systemdrive\sysprep directory.

Incorrect answer:
A: Sysprep.exe can work on any Windows file system.
C: Not only the Domain Admins group has that privilege, but the administration account has also sufficient privileges to run Sysprep.exe.
D: Sysprep.exe can work on any Windows file system.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 62
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2

Question 10.
You work as the network administrator at ITCertKeys.com. The ITCertKeys.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ITCertKeys.com. Due to company growth, ITCertKeys.com intends to hire an additional 200 employees over the next 6 months. The company has purchased 200 new client computers that will be issued to the new employees. You have been instructed to install Windows XP Professional on the new client computers. You want to use the Sysprep tool to install Window XP Professional on the client computers.

The written ITCertKeys.com usage policy states that no user may use Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel. You need to deploy Windows XP Professional to the new client computers. You also need to ensure that the written usage policy is not violated. You install Windows XP Professional on a reference computer named ITCertKeys-WS232.

What should you do next?

A. On ITCertKeys-WS232, delete Control.exe before creating the Sysprep image.
B. On ITCertKeys-WS232, create a local computer policy that removes Add or Remove Programs from Control Panel.
C. Create a new organizational unit (OU) named NewComputers. Move the new client computers to the NewComputers OU and apply a GPO that removes Add or Remove Programs from Control Panel to the NewComputers OU.
D. Configure the default Domain Controller policy for the ITCertKeys.com domain to remove Add or Remove Programs from Control Panel.

Answer: B

Explanation:
The System Preparation Tool (Sysprep.exe) is used to prepare a computer for disk imaging, which can be done with a third-party image software or with disk-duplicator hardware. Disk imaging (also sometimes called disk cloning or disk duplication) is the process of creating a reference computer for the automated deployment. To deploy this policy, you can set the Remove Add/Remove Programs to Enable in the local computer policy on the reference computer.

Incorrect answer:
A: The Control.exe can be run from the command prompt. This command is used to start Control Panel.
C, D: Sysprep does not support Active directory-related settings. Policies enforced through GPO's in the active directory do not affect stand alone computers or workgroup.

Reference:
Lisa Donald & James Chellis, MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Study Guide; Third Edition, Sybex Inc., Alameda, 2005, P. 45
Melissa Craft & Don Poulton, Exam Prep 2: Windows XP Professional, Que Publications, Indianapolis, 2005, Chapter 2


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