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You need to upgrade a 64-bit Windows Vista Business edition desktop system to Windows 8

Professional.
Which of the following is true regarding this upgrade path?
Vista SP1 or later must be installed prior to running the upgrade.
You want to create a VHD file with the following settings:
- Size = 200 GB
- Location = F:/VHDS
- Name = Win7vhd
What should you do?
Using DiskPart, type create vdisk file=f:\VHDS\Win7vhd.vhd maximum=204800
Which type of VHD file allocates additional physical disk space in the file as virtual disk storage is used?
Dynamically expanding
You've booted your home PC from a Windows To Go drive you created at work from your Windows 8
desktop system.
Which of the following are true of you PC while the Windows To Go environment is running?
- The Windows store is disabled by default
- the Windows recovery environment isn't available
You are performing a clean installation of Windows 8 on a desktop PC that uses a RAID1 disk array.
You booted the system from the Windows 8 installation DVD and navigated through the first few
screens of the installation wizard.
You've reached the screen shown in the exhibit. What should you do?
Click Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)
You have a computer running Windows 8. The computer is part of a domain.
You need to transfer user profiles and data files to the computer from a network share using USMT;
however, you do not have USMT.
What should you do?
Download the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) from Microsoft.
You need to upgrade a notebook system running 32-bit Windows 7 Home Premium edition to 64-bit
Windows 8 Professional.
Which of the following is true regarding this upgrade path?
32-bit versions of Windows 7 cannot be upgraded to 64-bit versions of Windows 8.
You need to upgrade a notebook system running 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium edition to 64-bit
Windows 8 Enterprise.
Which of the following is true regarding this upgrade path?
Windows 7 cannot be upgraded to Windows 8 Enterprise.
You manage desktop systems for a small organization. Currently, all of your systems have the following
hardware installed:
- CPU: AMD Sempron 2.8 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB
- Hard disk: 500 GB
The base edition of Windows 8 came pre-installed on all of the systems and they are currently
configured to run in a workgroup environment.
The managers of your organization recently decided to install a Windows Server 2008 R2 system and
would like to install Active Directory on it. They have asked you to join your Windows 8 client systems to
the new domain.
What should you do?
- Upgrade the desktop systems to Windows 8 Professional edition.
- Upgrade the desktop systems to Windows 8 Enterprise edition.
DAD: Command line options for the Loadstate command are listed on the left. Drag each command line
option and drop it onto the correct description of the function it performs on the right.

As part of your responsibilities, you manage multiple VHD files that contain bootable Windows images.
You need to make multiple changes to the image within each of the VHD files. Each image will get the
same list of updates. You want to update the images without booting to each VHD file.
You attach each VHD file.
What should you do next?
Create an Unattend file with entries in the offlineServicing section. Run Dism to apply the file to
each image.
You have a single computer running Windows XP.
You are about to complete a clean installation of Windows 8 on the computer, and you need to migrate
user profiles and data from the previous installation of Windows XP.
What should you do?
- Run WET and use External hard disk or USB flash drive as the transfer method.
- Use the Custom: Install Windows only (advance) option during the Windows 8 installation.
You are preparing to install Windows on a new computer.
You copy the installation files from a DVD to a USB flash drive, then use bootsec to make the USB drive
bootable.
Using the RAID controller on the motherboard, you configure three hard disks in a RAID5 array. Using
disk tools, you create a single partition that takes up the entire array.
You insert the USB drive and boot the computer. The computer boots and shows you the following
message:
Error loading operating system
Reboot and select proper boot device
What should you do?
In the BIOS, modify the boot order to boot from the USB device first.
You would like to boot your computer to a VHD file that contains a Windows 7 installation.
You will use the install.wim file from the Windows installation disc to create the VHD file. You would also
like to apply updates to the image.
What should you do?
Run WIM2VHD
Management has decided to purchase new notebook systems for the users in Marketing and Sales. After
conducting a needs assessment, they have determined that the new systems must meet the following
requirements:
- They must be joined to the organization's existing Active Directory domain.
- Application restrictions must be implemented with Applocker.
- Whole-disk encryption must be implemented with Bitlocker.
- As sales reps travel frequently, the notebooks must support remote connections to your
organization's DirectAccess server.
A sales rep from a computer manufacturer recently offered you a very competitive price on notebook
systems with the following specifications
- CPU: 64-bit AMD 3.0 GHz quad-core
- RAM: 4 GB
- Hard disk: 500 GB
- Operating system: Windows 8 Professional
What should you do?
Upgrade the operating system to Windows 8 Enterprise
You are performing a clean installation of Windows 8 on a desktop workstation. The workstation has a
high-end video adapter with 4 GB of video memory, 8 GB of system RAM, and a 1 TB RAID5 disk array.
When you reach the screen with the "Where do you want to install Windows?" text, you would use to
resolve the issue.

You currently use a Windows 7 Ultimate desktop system.
You have been asked to evaluate Windows 8 Enterprise as a possible upgrade for the Windows 7
systems you manage.
You decide to install Windows 8 in a VHD file on your Windows 7 system. To ensure that the evaluation
is realistic, you need to ensure the best possible performance.
Which type of VHD file should you use?
Fixed size
You manage desktop systems for a small organization. Currently, all of your systems have the following
hardware installed:
- CPU: AMD Sempron 2.8 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB
- Hard disk: 500 GB
- Video: 1 GB video memory
- Monitor: LCD with native resolution of 1280 x 768
The professional edition of Windows 8 came pre-installed on all of these systems and they are currently
joined to your organization's Active Directory domain.
Several users have complained that they can't view apps from the Windows store side by side on screen.
What should you do?
Upgrade the LCD monitors to models with a native resolution of at least 1366 x 768.
You have two computers: WS1 is running Windows 7 and WS2 is running Windows 8.
You need to migrate all user profiles and data files from WS1 to WS2. You need to ensure the user
accounts on the destination computer are created and enabled during the migration.
What should you do?
On WS2, run loadstate with the /lae and /lac options
You have a stand-alone computer running both Windows 7 and Windows 8.
The computer currently boots to Windows 7 by default. You need the computer to boot to Windows 8
as the default operating system instead.
What should you do?
Run bcdedit.exe
DAD: Command line options for the Scanstate command are listed on the left. Drag each command line
option and drop it onto the correct description of the function it performs on the right.

You are performing a clean installation of Windows 8 on a notebook PC. The notebook system has one
SATA hard disk installed.
You want to divide the hard disk into two volumes. The C: volume should be 150 GB in size. The D:
volume should consume the remaining available space on the drive.
Click the option you would use in the Windows 8 installer to implement this configuration.

Management has decided to purchase new desktop systems for the users in Engineering. After
conducting a needs assessment, they have determined that the new systems must meet the following
requirements:
- They must be joined to the organization's existing Active Directory domain.
- Application restrictions must be implemented with Applocker.
- Whole-Disk encryption must be implemented with BitLocker.
- They must support virtualization technology using Client Hyper-V
A sales rep from a computer manufacturer recently offered you a very competitive price on desktop
systems with the following specifications
- CPU: 64-bit AMD 3.0 GHz quad-core (SLAT-enable)
- RAM: 8 GB
- Hard disk: 1 TB
- Operating system: Windows 8 Professional
What should you do?
Purchase the desktop systems as configured and implement them in the network.
Management has decided to purchase new tablet systems for the administrative assistants in your
organization. After conducting a needs assessment, they have determined that the new systems must
meet the following requirements:
- They must be joined to the organization's existing Active Directory domain.
- Whole-disk encryption must be implemented with Device Encryption.
- They must support User Account Control (UAC) to prevent unauthorized application privilege
escalation.
A sales rep from a computer manufacturer recently offered you a very competitive price on Windows RT
tablet systems.
Can you use these systems in this implementation?
No, Windows RT does not support domain join.
You need to work on several key projects over the weekend on your Windows Vista desktop system at
home. However, one of the applications you need to complete your work only runs on Windows 8.
You decide to create a Windows To Go drive so you can take your computing environment home from
work.
You have a PNY 32 GB USB 2.0 flash drive that you want to use for the Windows To Go drive.
Will this configuration work?
No, you should use a USB 3.0 device to create a Windows To Go drive.
You have a computer that currently has Windows 7 installed.
You need to perform a clean installation of Windows 8 onto the computer, but you would like to retain
the existing system settings and user files from the Windows 7 installation.
What should you do?
While running the Windows 8 installation, select the Custom (advanced) option.
You have a computer that runs Windows 8 Enterprise and a VHD file which contains a Windows 7
installation.
You need to boot the computer from the VHD file.
What should you do?
Run BCDEdit and modify the BCD boot entries.
You need to install Windows on multiple computers. You have an ISO image of the Windows installation
disc that you will use for the installation.
You want to boot the computer to a command prompt, connect to a network share, and then run setup
from the shared folder. You create a shared folder named WinInstall on a server.
What should you do?
- Create a bootable disc with WinPE and the necessary network drivers. Edit the BIOS to boot
from the optical drive first.
- Extract the ISO image and copy all files in the image to the shared folder.
You have two computers: WS1 is running Windows Vista Business and WS2 is running Windows 8
Professional.
You are using USMT to migrate only the user profiles and user data from WS1 to WS2.
You need to specify the rules used for the migration to include all .doc files. What should you do?
Edit the MigUser.xml file.