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    Default choose the correct answer (help)

    you are deploying windows 7 by using windows deployment services (WDS) and an unattended windows setup file.
    the path to the answer file is n:\image\answerfile\win7answer.xml
    before deployement you need to use sysprep to verify the unattended windows setup file for potential problems.

    which command should I use ?

    A sysperp/oobe/generalize/unattend n:\images\answerfile\win7answer.xml
    B sysperp/oobe/generalize/audit/unattend n:\images\answerfile\win7answer.xml
    C sysperp/oobe/generalize/quiet/unattend n:\images\answerfile\win7answer.xml
    D sysperp/oobe/generalize/reboot/unattend n:\images\answerfile\win7answer.xml



    question 2:

    you are a desktop administrator in a company thet uses Windows 7 professional computers.
    you istall a new application that requires a recently released Windows update to funcion correctly.
    this update should have been installed last month as part of your coporation's update cycle.
    The application install but does not work correctly.
    you need to werify that update is installed on the system.

    what are that way to achieve this goal?(choose two answer)

    A run the Wuauclt command with the /repootnows switch
    B Run the Wuauclt command with the /resetauthorization switch.
    C open programs and features and click View installed updates.
    D Open Windows updates and click Updates history.
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    Well-

    The first one: I would pick B..
    Why? Because none of the other switches indicate to me that they provide any diagnostic functionality.

    The second one:
    I would pick D... just because

    Anyone else? Thoughts?
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    B on the first for audit, no others report before executing.

    C and D on the second are the most straightforward. A will get it done if the update is supplied by WSUS but you have to wait up to 15 minutes and check the WSUS server. B won't do it.
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    Again, I missed the "Choose Two" ....

    I would pick C too..
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    Q1. B sysperp/oobe/generalize/audit/unattend n:\images\answerfile\win7answer.xml (Audit is the stand out word for me in this command).
    Q2. C and D.
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    to install windows 7 in a dual-boot configuration with the existing Windows Vista installation on one of the workstations.
    Which of the following actions should you take?

    A. You should consider making use of the Custom Installation option, after booting the workstation from
    the Windows 7 installation disc.

    B. You should consider making use of the Custom Installation option, after initializing the Windows 7
    installation from within Windows Vista.



    I don´t understand why sometimes is the correct answer B and others times B
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