Toughest MCSE 70-270 Installation Questions Quiz!

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This quiz contains 10 toughest questions covering the 70-270 chapter of Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert(MCSE)exam. It has questions testing every major exam topic, but it is by no means a replacement for study and further practice examination. Take this quiz to test your knowledge about administering and installing Windows. Read the questions carefully and answer. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. You are getting ready to install Windows XP Professional on a new computer. You previously copied the Windows XP source files to a folder on Server1 and shared the folder using XPPro as a share name. You boot the computer with a Windows 98 boot floppy. You want to begin the Windows XP installation program. What should you do?
    • A. 

      Run //Server1/XPPro/Winnt.exe.

    • B. 

      Run //Server1/XPPro/Setup.exe.

    • C. 

      Run //Server1/XPPro/Setup32.exe.

    • D. 

      Run //Server1/XPPro/Winnt32.exe.

  • 2. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. You are preparing to install Windows XP Professional on a computer. The computer is a 266 MHz computer with a single 6 GB drive with three partitions. Both the D: and the E: drives have 1.5 GB of free space. You consult the Windows XP HCL and discover that the computer's CD-ROM drive is not supported under Windows XP. The computer is currently running Windows 95, which supports the CD-ROM drive. You want to install Windows XP on this computer from the source files on the Windows XP installation CD. What should you do?
    • A. 

      Boot the computer to Windows 95 and run Winnt32 /makelocalsource.

    • B. 

      Boot to Windows 95 and copy all the files to the hard drive. Then run Winnt32 /m:folder_name, where folder_name is the location of the installation files.

    • C. 

      Boot to Windows 95 and copy all the files to the hard drive. Then run Winnt

    • D. 

      Boot the computer with a Windows 95 boot disk and run Winnt /b.

  • 3. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. You are installing Windows XP Professional on a Pentium II computer. The computer has two hard drives, each of which contains a single 8 GB FAT32 partition. Windows 98 is installed on the first drive. You want to use both Windows 98 and Windows XP. You also want the existing directories and data to remain on the first drive. What should you do to minimize the amount of effort while achieving the desired results?
    • A. 

      Delete the partition on the first drive. Then create a new partition and install Windows XP.

    • B. 

      Back up the data on the first drive. Reformat the partition on the first drive with NTFS. Install Windows XP and restore the data and directories.

    • C. 

      Install a new Windows XP installation on the second drive.

    • D. 

      Install a Windows XP upgrade installation on the first drive.

  • 4. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. Your company uses Windows XP Professional as a desktop operating system. You just installed a new Windows XP Professional using the same distribution share on the network that you normally use to install new Windows XP Professional computers. You then boot to the new operating system and log on as Administrator so you can begin installing a specialized application for the target user. After you log on, the operating system appears unstable. You want to verify that the operating system files were copied from the network share without becoming corrupted. What should you do?
    • A. 

      Run the Sfc.exe /scannow command.

    • B. 

      Run the Sfc.exe /cachesize command.

    • C. 

      Run the Sfc.exe /revert command.

    • D. 

      Run the Sfc.exe /scanboot command.

  • 5. 
    You are the network administrator for your company. To simplify administration, you have created a shared folder that holds the Windows XP Professional installation files. Administrators use this folder to install new workstations. You receive a new service pack, and you want to modify the installation folder to include the service pack. What should you do?
    • A. 

      Run the Update.exe -s command in the service pack, specifying the path to the network share.

    • B. 

      Create a new share for the service pack. Instruct administrators to install Windows XP as usual, then run Update.exe to apply the service pack.

    • C. 

      Copy all files in the service pack to the network share. Run Update.exe to install both Windows XP and the service pack at the same time.

    • D. 

      From the service pack, copy Driver.cab, Layout.inf, Dosnet.inf and Txtsetup.sif to the distribution share.

    • E. 

      Run Package.exe from the service pack to create new installation files. Replace all files in the share with those generated by this utility.

  • 6. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. You are installing Windows XP Professional on a Pentium II computer. The computer has two hard drives, each of which contains a single 8 GB FAT32 partition. Windows 98 is installed on the first drive. You want to use both Windows 98 and Windows XP. You also want the existing directories and data to remain on the first drive. What should you do to minimize the amount of effort while achieving the desired results?
    • A. 

      Install a Windows XP upgrade installation on the first drive.

    • B. 

      Install a new Windows XP installation on the second drive.

    • C. 

      Delete the partition on the first drive. Then create a new partition and install Windows XP.

    • D. 

      Back up the data on the first drive. Reformat the partition on the first drive with NTFS. Install Windows XP and restore the data and directories.

  • 7. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. Your company has recently decided to upgrade ten Windows 2000 Professional computers to Windows XP Professional. You create a network share called XPpro on Server1 with the Windows XP installation files. You want to make sure that the most recent device drivers are used during the installation. You download the dynamic update file and extract it to the Updates share on Server1. You want to install Windows XP from the network and use the most updated drivers from the network share. What should you do? (Choose two. Each correct choice is part of the correct solution.)
    • A. 

      Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt32.exe.

    • B. 

      Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt32 /duprepare://Server1/Updates.

    • C. 

      Run //Server1/Updates/Update.exe -s://Server1/XPpro.

    • D. 

      Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt32 /dushare://Server1/Updates.

    • E. 

      Run //Server1/XPpro/winnt /duprepare://Server1/XPpro.

  • 8. 
    You are the desktop administrator for your company. You are installing Windows XP Professional on a new computer that has the following hardware: PCI video adapter PCI network adapter 24-bit sound card ISA SCSI adapter and one internal SCSI hard disk CD-ROM drive Floppy drive You boot to the Windows XP Professional CD-ROM and begin the installation. During the installation, you receive an error message indicating that Setup cannot locate a hard drive. You verify that the SCSI hard drive is in working condition and is supported under Windows XP. You also verify SCSI IDs and terminations. You then restart the installation but receive the same error message. You want to successfully complete the installation of Windows XP Professional on this computer. What should you do?
    • A. 

      Restart the Installation, and choose F6 to install the driver for the SCSI adapter.

    • B. 

      Set the IRQ for the SCSI adapter.

    • C. 

      Replace the SCSI Adapter with an IDE adapter.

    • D. 

      Modify the system BIOS to allow the computer to boot from the SCSI hard drive.

  • 9. 
    You are the desktop administrator for ABC.com. The ABC.com network consists of a single Active Directory domain named ABC.com. All client computers on the network are configured to run Windows XP Professional. The ABC.com users who are assigned laptop computers often work from home. These laptop computers are set up specifically to make a connection to the network and the Internet without any problems. After a few weeks, several laptop users complained that they cannot access the shared folders on the laptop computers even when working at the office. You check and discover that these users have permission to access the shared folders. You thus decide to make the necessary modifications in the local GPO on all laptop computers. Which actions should you take to make sure of continued Internet protection and provide access to the shared folders? (Choose Two.)
    • A. 

      You should configure the Windows Firewall on the laptop computers.

    • B. 

      You should assign all laptop computers to a global security group.

    • C. 

      You should change the local GPO by deselecting the Prohibit the use of ICF on your DNS domain network option.

    • D. 

      You should enable TCP/IP filtering.

  • 10. 
    You work as the network administrator at ABC.com. All client computers on the ABC.com network are configured to run Windows XP Professional. AnA ABC.com user named Kara Lang is assigned a laptop computer named ABC-WS15. She complains that she gets random error messages regarding missing .dll files on ABC-WS15 when it is not connected to the docking station. After some troubleshooting, you discover that the device driver uses the .dll file mentioned in the error messages as an external storage device. The storage device is in turn linked to the docking station of Kara Lang. There are no random error messages when she works in docked mode. To ensure productivity you need to make sure that this incident does not recur. How can this be accomplished? (Choose THREE. Each answer forms part of the solution.)
    • A. 

      By disabling the support for the docking station in the BIOS.

    • B. 

      By creating a new hardware profile named KingUndocked by copying the default hardware profile of ABC-WS15.

    • C. 

      By disabling the server service in the Services Options.

    • D. 

      By disabling the storage device in the undocked hardware profile

    • E. 

      By informing the user too restart ABC-WS15 using the undocked hardware profile.

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