Exam Code: 70-688
Exam Name: Supporting Windows 8.1
You support desktop computers that run Windows 8 Pro and are used as guest terminals in a reception area. They are connected to the Internet and are configured with automatic logon by using a local user account.
You discover new applications on the Start screen of the computers.
You need to restrict access to Windows Store for local user accounts on the computers.
What should you do?
A. From Local Computer Policy, navigate to App Package Deployment and disable All Trusted Apps to Install.
B. From Local Computer Policy, select Store and enable Turn off the Store application.
C. From Local Computer Policy, select Store and disable Turn off Automatic Downloads for Updates.
D. From Local Computer Policy, select Store and disable Allow Store to install apps on Windows To
Enable or Disable “Windows Store” in Group PolicyNOTE: This option for using group policy is only available in the Windows 8 Pro and Windows 8 Enterprise editions.
1. Open the all users, specific users or groups, or all users except administrators Local Group Policy Editor for how you want this policy applied.
2. In the left pane, click/tap on to expand User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, and open Store. (see screenshot below)
3. In the right pane of Store, double click/tap on Turn off the Store application. (see screenshot above)
4. Do step 5 or 6 below for what you would like to do.
5. To Enable “Store” in Windows 8
A) Select (dot) Disabled or Not Configured, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below step 6A)
NOTE: Not Configured is the default setting.
6. To Disable “Store” in Windows 8
A) Select (dot) Enabled, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)
7. You can now close the Local Group Policy Editor window if you like.
You support laptops that run Windows 8 Pro and are members of an Active Directory domain. The domain is configured with user folder redirection by using a Group Policy Object (GPO). Loopback group policies are not used. Your company has decided to deploy tablets to all managers, for use as secondary computers. Tablets will be added to the domain.
You need to ensure that the folder redirection settings are applied only to laptops.
What should you do?
A. Apply one GPO to the managers’ laptops and another GPO to the tablets.
B. Assign the msDS-Primary Computer attribute for the managers’ user domain accounts.
C. Assign the msDS-Primary Computer attribute for the computer domain accounts on the managers’ laptops.
D. Block the managers’ tablets from receiving the GPO.
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To designate a primary computer in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), use the following procedure:
Open Active Directory Administrative Center.
In the console tree, under the domain name node (dPMDemo in my case), click Computers.
To designate PMClient1 as Bob Smith’s primary computer, double click PMClient1, and then in the Extensions section, click the Attribute Editor tab.
Double-click the distinguishedName attribute, right-click the value and then click Copy.
In Active Directory Administrative Center, click Users, and then double-click Bob Smith.
In the Extensions section, click the Attribute Editor tab.
Double-click the msDS-Primary Computer attribute, paste the distinguished name of PMClient1 into the Value to Add box, and then click Add.
You can specify a list of computer names in the Value to Add box; each listed computer will be designated as a primary computer for the user.
Click OK in the Multi-valued String Editor dialog and again in the Bob Smith window.PMClient1 is now configured in AD DS as a primary computer for Bob Smith.
You administer desktop computers on your company network.
You want to deploy a WIM file of Windows 8 Enterprise to 15 desktop computers that have a third-party iSCSI adapter installed. The hardware vendor provided a device driver to support this adapter.
You need to update the image to ensure that the device driver is installed when you deploy the image.
What should you do?
A. Run the dism.exe tool and specify the fadd-driver parameter.
B. Download and run the drvload.exe tool and specify the path to the driver .inf file.
C. Download and run the imagex.exe tool and specify the /remount parameter.
D. Run the dism.exe tool and specify the /append-image parameter.
Driver Servicing Command-Line Options
The driver servicing commands can be used on an offline image to add and remove drivers based on the INF file, and on a running operating system (online) to enumerate drivers.
You have a Windows 8.1 Pro desktop computer and a Windows RT 8.1 mobile device.
You sign in to the computer and the device by using the same Microsoft account.
You discover that the settings are not being synchronized between the Windows 8.1 computer and the Windows RT 8.1 device,
You need to ensure that the settings are synchronized.
What should you do first?
A. Enable the Trusted Hosts Group Policy setting.
B. Enable the Configure Default consent Group Policy setting.
C. From the PC settings page, click Trust this PC.
D. From the PC settings page, modify the Privacy settings,
At work, you use a desktop computer that runs Windows 8 Pro. At home, you use a laptop that runs Windows 8.
You use the same Microsoft account to log on to both computers.
You want to use the same settings for both computers.
You need to ensure that all computer settings, including stored passwords, are synced between the computers.
What should you do?
A. Enable the Guest account on both computers.
B. Designate both computers as trusted PCs.
C. Add both computers to the same workgroup.
D. Join both computers to the same HomeGroup
You are a Windows 8 user. Your organization has purchased an Office 365 subscription.
You install Microsoft Lync and Microsoft Outlook on your computer.
You need to connect Office 365 to Lync and Outlook.
What should you do?
A. Run the Office Professional Plus setup from the Office 365 portal.
B. Run the Windows Mail application. Add a new account by using your Office 365 credentials.
C. Run the People application. Add a new account by using your Office 365 credentials.
D. Run the Office 365 desktop setup from the Office 365 portal.
Set up your desktop for Office 365
When you have set up your desktop, you will be able to:
Install the complete suite of Microsoft Office 2010 desktop apps, if you have a Office Professional Plus subscription.
Install Lync, your workplace connection for instant messaging and online meetings, including audio and video.
Use your user ID to sign in to Office 365 from your desktop applications.
Drag and Drop Questions
You use a desktop computer and a laptop, both of which run windows 8.
You use a Microsoft account to log on to the desktop computer and a local user account to log on to the laptop. The desktop computer is joined to the HomeGroup and the laptop is a member of a workgroup. When you access a frequently visited website from your laptop, Internet Explorer saves your password. When you visit the website from your desktop computer, you are prompted to enter your password.
You need to sync your saved password from your laptop to your desktop computer.
Which three actions should you perform on the laptop in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
* Microsoft has integrated its cloud computing features into much of Windows 8. The focal point of that integration is the soon to be re-branded Windows Live service–use a Windows Live account as your login, and you can synchronize much of the information associated with your account to all your Windows devices through the cloud. Or at least, that’s the goal.
* Setting up for synchronization starts when you configure your user account. At installation, Windows 8 prompts you for a Windows Live account. You can create a new Live account or use an existing one for your user credentials, or choose to bypass this and set up a local-only user account– but you won’t be able to leverage the synchronization features if you do. You can also opt out later and switch to a local-only account through Windows 8’s settings menu. When you set up your user account–either at install time or from the PC settings menu afterward– you’ll be prompted to either use an existing Live account email address or enter a new one
Drag and Drop Questions
You support computers that run Windows 8 Pro. Your company recently purchased 200 new desktop computers. Company policy requires that the desktop computers include a recovery partition. The partition must contain a bootable image that includes support for incoming Remote Desktop connections.
You need to configure the desktop computers to comply with company policy.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)
After you have finished running the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT) 8.0 Recovery Image wizard and created the recovery image, you can extract the boot.wim file from the ISO image file and deploy it as a recovery partition in a Windows 8 image. A partition is recommended, because any corruption issues that prevent the Windows operating system from starting would also prevent the recovery image from starting.
Reference: How to Deploy the DaRT Recovery Image as Part of a Recovery Partition
You administer Windows 8 client computers in your company network.
You receive a virtual hard disk (VHD) file that has Windows 8 Pro preinstalled, along with several business applications.
You need to configure your client computer to start from either the VHD file or from your current operating system.
Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. Import the contents of the system store from a file.
B. Export the contents of the system store into a file.
C. Attach the VHD file by using Disk Management.
D. Make the VHD disk bootable.
E. Create a new empty boot configuration data store.
F. Create a new entry in the boot configuration data store.
You administer computers that run Windows 8 Enterprise in an Active Directory domain in a single Active Directory Site. All user account objects in Active Directory have the Manager attribute populated. The company has purchased a subscription to Windows Intune. The domain security groups are synchronized with the Microsoft Online directory.
You create a Windows Intune group that specifies a manager as a membership criterion.
You notice that the group has no members.
You need to ensure that users that meet the membership criteria are added to the Windows Intune group.
What should you do?
A. Force Active Directory replication within the domain.
B. Ensure that all user accounts are identified as synchronized users.
C. Ensure that the user who is performing the search has been synchronized with the Microsoft Online directory.
D. Synchronize the Active Directory Domain Service (AD DS) with the Microsoft Online directory.
Add Computers, Users, and Mobile Devices
For users and security groups to appear in the Windows Intune administrator console, you must sign in to the Windows Intune account portal and do one of the following:
Manually add users or security groups, or both, to the account portal.
Use Active Directory synchronization to populate the account portal with synchronized users and security groups.
The Windows Intune cloud service enables you to centrally manage and secure PCs through a single web-based console so you can keep your computers, IT staff, and users operating at peak performance from virtually anywhere without compromising the essentials–cost, control, security, and compliance.
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