You work as a desktop support technician at CertKiller.com. The
CertKiller.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain
named CertKiller.com. The CertKiller.com network contains both desktop
and laptop workstations.
You are responsible for managing a desktop workstation named
CERTKILLER-WS620. CERTKILLER-WS620 is configured to run Windows Vista.
You install Windows 7 on a new partition on CERTKILLER-WS620 but you
want Windows Vista to be booted by default on CERTKILLER-WS620 and not
What should you do?
A. You should consider running Bcdedit.exe and specifying the /default parameter. B. You should consider creating a boot.ini file in the root of the Windows 7 partition. C. You should consider running MSCONFIG and specifying the /bootOS parameter. D. You should consider running bootcfg.exe and specifying the /default parameter.
You should consider running bcdedit.exe and specifying the /default parameter.-to modify the boot parameters in vista and windows 7, use the command line tool bcdedit.exe. using the /default switch will allow you to set the default system to boot. bcd = boot configuration data you can also change the default boot settings in control panel -> system & security -> system -> advanced system settings (on the left hand side), -> startup & recovery -> settings incorrect answers b: the boot.ini file is no longer used by vista or windows 7.
c: msconfig is not used to specify which operating system to boot. d: since the boot.ini file is no longer used, the command bootcfg.exe is not applicable.