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Configuring Windows 7

Question Number (ID) : 1 (im680L_4.3_01)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ One of the users whom you support uses a wireless laptop in the office and also takes it with her on business trips. She reports that when she uses the laptop in the lounge area of a hotel in which she frequently stays, she experiences delays and connection problems. She has no problems when using the laptop in her hotel room or when she returns to the office. What should you do to help solve the problem?

1. Advise the user to change the order in which her laptop attempts to access preferred networks. 2. Update the device driver for the user's wireless LAN adapter. 3. Change the SSID of your office network. 4. >>Disable network switching on one or both of the preferred networks that the user connects to in order to access the Internet from her hotel. <Correct>

Explanation: The likely cause of the reported behavior is that the lounge area of the hotel is within range of (and possibly equidistant between) two wireless networks and keeps switching between them. You can disable this feature or tell the user how to do so. You need to warn the user that if she moves to another part of the hotel, she might need to reconnect to a network. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 2 (im680L_4.2_04)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are examining transition technologies on a network and want to identify the IPv4-to-IPv6 compatibility addresses being used. Which of the following is a Teredo address?

1. >>2002:c058:6301:: 2. 2001::0a0a:1efe:e866:efff:f5ff:ebfe 3. fe80::5efe:0a00:028f 4. fec0:0:0:0:fffe::1 <Correct>

Explanation: This is a Teredo compatibility address. Teredo addresses start with 2001. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv6 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 3 (Ot680L_4.5_03)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are logged on to a client running Windows 7 named Canberra. You want to determine the media access control (MAC) address of a client running Windows 7 named Aberdeen, which is located on another subnet. Both computers are members of the same domain and your domain user account is a member of the local administrator group on both computers. The command WinRM Quickconfig has been executed on all clients running Windows 7 in your organization. W hich of the following commands should you execute to accomplish your goal?

1. arp -a 2. nslookup Aberdeen 3. >>winrs -r:Aberdeen ipconfig /all 4. winrs -r:Canberra ipconfig /all <Correct>

Explanation: The command winrs -r:Aberdeen ipconfig /all runs the command ipconfig /all on Aberdeen but displays the results on the computer that you are logged on to, which in this case is computer Canberra. Ipconfig /all displays a computer's MAC address. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure remote management

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 4 (im620L_4.3_03)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are having problems with a connection and want to run the Windows Network Diagnostics tool. How can you access this tool? (Choose all that apply.)

1. >>Open the Network Connections dialog box by selecting Manage Network Connections on the Network And Sharing Center. Right-click a connection and click Diagnose. <Correct> 2. >>On the message returned by the browser when it cannot access a Web page, click Diagnose Connection Problems. <Correct> 3. On the Administrative Tools menu, select Task Scheduler. Schedule the Windows Network Diagnostic tool to start immediately. 4. >>Access the Local Area Connections Properties dialog box and click Configure. On the General tab, click Repair. 5. On the Accessories menu, select System Tools. 6. >>In the Network And Sharing Center, click the red X that indicates a failed connection. <Correct>

Explanation: You can run the Network Diagnostic tool from the Network And Sharing Center. You can run the Windows Network Diagnostic tool when you fail to connect to a Web page. You can run the Windows Network Diagnostic tool for a specific connection by accessing the Network Connections dialog box. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 5 (im680L_4.2_03)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are using Network Monitor to analyze traffic on an IPv6 network. You want to examine the protocol that uses ICMPv6 messages to manage the interaction of neighboring nodes and resolves IPv6 addresses to hardware (MAC) addresses. What protocol do you examine?

1. >>ND 2. DHCPv6 3. DNS 4. ARP

<Correct>

Explanation: ND uses ICMPv6 messages to manage the interaction of neighboring nodes and resolve IPv6 addresses to MAC addresses. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv6 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 6 (Ot680L_4.5_05)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Which of the following reasons might explain why a helper is unable to connect to a Remote Assistance session when two stand-alone clients running Windows 7 are located on the same LAN?

1. Client Aberdeen is configured to accept only Remote Desktop sessions that use Network Level Authentication. 2. The helper is not a member of the Remote Desktop Users local group on Aberdeen. 3. The WinRM service is disabled on Aberdeen. 4. >>The Remote Assistance panel has been closed on client Aberdeen. <Correct>

Explanation: If the Remote Assistance panel is closed, it stops any possible Remote Assistance connection. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure remote management

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 7 (im680L_4.2_05)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are examining a DNS forward lookup zone to investigate problems with name resolution. What type of resource record enables DNS to resolve a host name to an IPv6 address?

1. A 2. PTR 3. >>AAAA 4. Host <Correct>

Explanation: An AAAA (quad-A) resource record resolves a host name to an IPv6 address. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv6 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 8 (im620L_4.3_05)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sam Abolrous hot-desks at the A. Datum Corporation. When he is working at a desk on the third floor, he wants all his print jobs to go to the printer LaserF3. When he is working at a desk on the second floor, he wants all his print jobs to go to the printer LaserF2. The third floor of the A. Datum building is covered by the wireless network Adatum3. The second floor of the A. Datum building is covered by the wireless network Adatum2. There is shielding between the floors, and the Adatum2 network cannot be accessed from the third floor. Similarly, the Adatum3 network cannot be accessed from the second floor. How do you configure location-aware printing on Sam's laptop running Windows 7 Enterprise?

1. Select Always Use The Same Printer As My Default Printer. From the Printers drop-down list, select LaserF3. 2. Select Always Use The Same Printer As My Default Printer. From the Printers drop-down list select LaserF2. 3. Select Change My Default Printer When I Change Networks. Select LaserF2 as the default printer for the Adatum3 network. Select LaserF3 as the default printer for the Adatum2 network. 4. >>Select Change My Default Printer When I Change Networks. Select LaserF2 as the default printer for the Adatum2 network. Select LaserF3 as the default printer for the Adatum3 network. <Correct>

Explanation: This specifies LaserF2 as the default printer when Sam is on the second floor and LaserF3 as the default printer when Sam is on the third floor, which is the required scenario. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 9 (im680L_4.1_05)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You want to examine the contents of both the IPv4 and the IPv6 route table. What command do you use? (Choose all that apply.)

1. tracert -d 2. >>netsh interface ipv4 show route 3. >>route print 4. netstat -a 5. netstat -r <Correct> <Correct>

Explanation: The command route print displays both the IPv4 and IPv6 route tables. The command netstat -r displays the same output as the route print command. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv4 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 10 (im680L_4.1_04)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You have created the statically configured wired subnet 10.0.10.128/25. Currently the only device on the subnet is a router with the IPv4 address 10.0.10.129. You plug a computer into an Ethernet port on the subnet. What command configures the computer correctly on the subnet?

1. netsh interface ipv4 set address name="local area connection" dhcp 2. netsh interface ipv4 set address "local area connection" static 10.0.10.162 255.255.255.0 10.0.10.129 3. >>netsh interface ipv4 set address "local area connection" static 10.0.0.162 255.255.255.128 10.0.10.129 <Correct> 4. netsh interface ipv4 set address name="local area connection" static 10.0.10.16 255.255.255.128 10.0.10.129

Explanation: This configures a static IPv4 address 10.0.10.162 on the 10.0.10.128/25 subnet. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv4 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 11 (Ot680L_4.5_02)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You want to user Windows PowerShell on a client running Windows 7 named Alpha to manage a client running Windows 7 named Beta. Which of the following steps do you need to take to do this?

1. Run the command WinRM Quickconfig from an elevated command prompt on client Alpha 2. Run the command WinRM Quickconfig from an elevated command prompt on client Beta. 3. Create a WFAS rule for TCP port 80 on client Alpha. 4. >>Create a WFAS rule for TCP port 80 on client Beta. <Correct>

Explanation: You need to run the command WinRM Quickconfig on client Beta before you can manage it remotely from client Alpha using Windows PowerShell. This command starts the WinRM service, configures a listener for the ports that send and receive WSManagement protocol messages, and configures firewall exceptions Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure remote management

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 12 (Ot680L_4.4_02)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You want to create a firewall rule that allows inbound communications on port 80 when your laptop computer with Windows 7 installed is connected to your office network, but blocks inbound communication on TCP port 80 when you are connected to your home network. Which of the following tools could you use to create this rule? (Choose all that apply.)

1. >>WFAS 2. Netstat 3. >>Netsh 4. Windows Firewall

<Correct>

<Correct>

Explanation: You can use WFAS to create firewall rules on the basis of port address and on the basis of network location. You can use the Netsh command-line utility to create WFAS rules. WFAS rules allow you to create firewall rules on the basis of port address and on the basis of network location. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure Windows Firewall.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 13 (im680L_4.2_01)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What type of unicast IPv6 address would you typically use on the subnets of a private network to implement IPv6 connectivity over the subnet?

1. Anycast address 2. >>Link-local address 3. Site-local address 4. Special address <Correct>

Explanation: Typically you would use a site-local address. If every device on the subnet had a global address, you could also use global addresses, but this option is not given in the question. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv6 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 14 (Ot680L_4.4_01)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are responsible for managing student laptops that have Windows 7 installed at a small community college. You want to prevent students from uploading files using FTP to FTP sites on the Internet but allow them to send outbound e-mail using the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). Which of the following rules would you configure to accomplish that goal?

1. Inbound rules 2. Authentication exemption rules 3. >>Outbound rules 4. Isolation rules <Correct>

Explanation: Outbound rules allow you to block and allow traffic that originates on the computer from traveling out to the network. You should configure an outbound rule to block students from using FTP to upload files to sites on the Internet and an outbound rule to allow students to use SMTP to send e-mail. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure Windows Firewall.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 15 (Ot680L_4.4_05)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You want Windows 7 to send you a message when the firewall blocks a new program when you are connected to your organization's domain network. Windows 7 should not send you a message when the firewall blocks a new program when you are connected to a public network. Which of the following settings should you configure? (Choose all that apply; each answer forms part of a complete solution.)

1. In the Home Or Work (Private) Network Location Settings area, select Turn On Windows Firewall and disable Notify Me When Windows Firewall Blocks A New Program. 2. In the Public Network Location Settings area, select Turn On Windows Firewall and enable Notify Me When Windows Firewall Blocks A New Program. 3. >>In the Home Or Work (Private) Network Location Settings area, select Turn On Windows Firewall and enable Notify Me When Windows Firewall Blocks A New Program. <Correct> 4. >>In the Public Network Location Settings area, select Turn On Windows Firewall and disable Notify Me When Windows Firewall Blocks A New Program. <Correct>

Explanation: You should configure Windows Firewall to notify you when it blocks a program in the Home Or Work (Private) Network Location Settings area. This ensures that you receive a message when a new program is blocked when connected to this network profile. You should disable the setting related to receiving a message when a new program is blocked in the Public Network Location Settings area because this ensures that you are not notified when a program is blocked. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure Windows Firewall.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 16 (im680L_4.1_02)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Which of the following methods can you use to display the properties of a LAN connection? (Choose all that apply.)

1. In the Network And Sharing Center, click Change Adapter Settings. Right-click the LAN connection and choose Properties. <Correct> 2. >>In the Network And Sharing Center, click Change Adapter Settings. Right-click the LAN connection and choose Status. In the Local Area Connection Status dialog box, click Properties. <Correct> 3. >>In the Network And Sharing Center, click Change Adapter Settings. Double-click the LAN connection. In the Local Area Connection Status dialog box, click Properties. <Correct> 4. In the Network And Sharing Center, click Internet Options. On the Connections tab of the Internet Properties dialog box, click LAN Settings.

Explanation: This procedure accesses the Local Area Connections Properties dialog box. This is an alternative method of accessing the Local Area Connections Properties dialog box. Double-clicking the LAN connection opens the Local Area Connection Status dialog box. Clicking Properties accesses the Local Area Connections Properties dialog box. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv4 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 17 (Ot680L_4.4_03)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What does the command netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="CustomRule" profile=domain protocol=TCP dir=in localport=80 action=allow do when executed from an elevated command prompt?

1. Creates an outbound rule that applies only in the Domain profile that allows traffic on port 80 2. Creates an outbound rule that applies only in the Domain profile that blocks traffic on port 80 3. Creates an inbound rule that applies only in the Domain profile that blocks traffic on port 80 4. >>Creates an inbound rule that applies only in the Domain profile that allows traffic on port 80 <Correct>

Explanation: This rule, called CustomRule, applies in the domain profile and allows inbound TCP traffic on port 80. You can create WFAS rules using Netsh in the advfirewall context. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure Windows Firewall.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 18 (im680L_4.1_01)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Which command-line command displays the IP configuration of a computer's interfaces?

1. Ping 2. Tracert 3. Netstat 4. >>Ipconfig <Correct>

Explanation: The Ipconfig command displays the IP configuration of a computer's interfaces. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv4 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 19 (Ot680L_4.4_04)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are configuring firewall rules on a client running Windows 7. You want to allow incoming traffic to the application named Application.exe, but only if it is authenticated. Which of the following steps should you perform to accomplish this goal?

1. Use the Authorization Manager to create a rule. 2. >>Use WFAS to create a rule. <Correct>

3. Use Windows Firewall to create a rule. 4. Use the Credential Manager to create a rule.

Explanation: WFAS allows you to create detailed rules that include the ability to allow incoming traffic only if it is authenticated. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure Windows Firewall.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 20 (Ot680L_4.5_01)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You need to manage a computer running Windows 7 from a computer running Windows XP with SP2 when no user is logged on to the computer running Windows 7. You want connections to be as secure as possible. Which of the following settings on the Remote tab of the System Properties dialog box should you configure?

1. Remote Desktop: Don't Allow Connections To This Computer 2. Remote Assistance: Enable The Allow Remote Assistance Connections To This Computer Option 3. >>Remote Desktop: Allow Connections From Computers Running Any Version Of Remote Desktop <Correct>

4. Remote Desktop: Allow Connections Only From Computers Running Remote Desktop With Network Level Authentication

Explanation: You should enable the Remote Desktop: Allow Connections From Computer Running Any Version Of Remote Desktop setting because this allows you to connect to a computer running Windows 7 from a computer running Windows XP with SP2. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure remote management

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 21 (im620L_4.3_04)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Don Hall has set up a wireless network at home. He is pleased with the ease with which he set up her third-party WAP by clicking a single button in the Web interface. However, his next door neighbor tells him that she can access his network from her home computer. What should Don do?

1. Implement ICS. 2. Change the channel his WAP uses. 3. Enable Windows Firewall. 4. >>Change the security settings of his WAP. <Correct>

Explanation: Don found the WAP setup easy because he accepted all the defaults and did not set up any security. He needs to change his SSID from its default value. He should also configure encryption and set up a passphrase. He should change the access password. He should consider restricting access by MAC address. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 22 (im680L_4.2_02)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are analyzing the configuration of an IPv6 network. Which of the following addresses can be used across the IPv6 Internet and is the equivalent of an IPv4 unicast public address?

1. fe80:d1ff:d166:7888:2fd6 2. 21cd:53::3ad:3f:af37:8d62 3. 1 4. >>fec0:0:0:0:fffe::1 <Correct>

Explanation: The address 21cd:53::3ad:3f:af37:8d62 is a global unicast address. This type of address is the IPv6 equivalent of an IPv4 public unicast addresses and is globally routable and reachable on the IPv6 Internet. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv6 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 23 (im680L_4.1_03)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are configuring static IPv4 addresses for two computers, Perth and Brisbane, on an isolated private wired subnet. You configure Perth with the IPv4 address 172.16.10. 140 and the subnet mask 255.255.255.0. You configure Brisbane with the IPv4 address 172.16.10. 210 and the subnet mask 255.255.255.0. You enter ping 172.16.10.140 on Brisbane, but the command times out. Similarly, entering ping 172.16.0.210 on Perth fails to locate the Brisbane computer's IPv4 address. What is the likely reason for this lack of connectivity?

1. The computers should have different subnet masks. 2. You have not specified a default gateway. 3. >>You need to permit ICMPv4 traffic through the firewalls of both computers. 4. DNS service is not available on the subnet <Correct>

Explanation: By default Windows Firewall blocks the Ping command. You need to enable ICMPv4 traffic at both firewalls. At an elevated command prompt on both computers, enter netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ICMPv4" protocol=icmpv4:any,any dir=in action=allow. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure IPv4 network settings.

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 24 (Ot680L_4.5_04)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Which of the following Windows PowerShell commands can you issue on a client running Windows 7 named Canberra to get a list of processes, including CPU and memory usage, on a client running Windows 7 named Aberdeen?

1. winrs -r:Canberra Get-Process 2. icm Canberra {Get-Process} 3. >>icm Aberdeen {Get-Process} <Correct> 4. winrs -r:Aberdeen Get-Process

Explanation: The Windows PowerShell command icm Aberdeen {Get-Process} opens a remote Windows PowerShell session to computer Aberdeen and runs the Get-Process cmdlet, which displays process information, including listing data about CPU and memory usage. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure remote management

Configuring Windows 7
Question Number (ID) : 25 (im680L_4.3_02)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You want to ensure that only certain designated wireless laptops can connect to your network. What do you need to enable?

1. WPA 2. >>MAC address control 3. WEP 4. IPv4 address control <Correct>

Explanation: The MAC address is unique to an interface and does not change. MAC ensures that only computers whose wireless interfaces have one of the listed MAC addresses can access a wireless network. Be aware that if a new computer needs to access the network, or if you replace the wireless adapter in a computer, you need to register the new MAC address in the WAP. Objective: Configuring Network Connectivity Sub Objective(s): Configure network settings.

Score Report
Test Name: Date: Elapsed Time: Testing Mode: Configuring Windows 7 2010.10.03. 20:26 Custom (18/25) (22/25)

Overall Score: 72% Passing Score: 88%

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Percentage (%) Correct / Total 72 18 / 25 Objective Name Configuring Network Connectivity

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