QUESTION 61 You have a server named Server1. Server1 is the member of a workgroup.   On Server1, you create a local user account named User1, as shown in the following exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)     On Server1, you create a share named Share1. You assign User1 Full control permissions to Share1. You copy the source files for Windows 8 to Share1.   When attempting to access Share1 from Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE), User1 receives an error message. Read more [...]
  QUESTION 51 You plan to deploy operating systems to several servers. The servers have RAID controllers.   You plan to install three hard disks on each server.   You need to configure the servers to meet the following requirements:   Ensure that all data will be available if a single disk fails. Provide the highest amount of disk space to store files.   Which RAID level should you configure on the servers?   A. RAID 0 B. RAID 1 C. RAID 5 D. RAID 6   Read more [...]
  QUESTION 21 You are an OEM system builder. You customize push-button reset for a custom Windows 8 deployment. You need to test the Reset your PC feature. What should you use?   A. System Properties B. Action Center C. System Restore D. Pc Settings   Correct Answer: D Explanation: Reset the system In PC Settings, select the General tab, and then select Refresh your PC without affecting your files. Reference: Use Push Button Reset in Standard 8     QUESTION Read more [...]
QUESTION 1 Which statement correctly describes the functionality of the Windows 8 version of Reagentc?   A. Reagentc can be used to service an online image and an offline image. B. Reagentc can be used to service an online image only. C. Reagentc can be used to service an offline image only. D. Reagentc can be used from Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE) only.   Correct Answer: A Explanation: REAgentC.exe is used for deploying custom Windows Recovery Environment Read more [...]
  QUESTION 1 Query the current operation mode   Enter command: [root@station ~]# getenforce (Query the current operation mode) [root@station ~]# setenforce 1 (Set the operation mode into Enforcing) [root@station ~]# getenforce (Query the current operation mode again) [root@station ~]# vim /etc/selinux/config (Set setup mode into Enforcing. You need to modify that in the configuration file.) Change SELinux=permissive into enforcing Note: You need to modify both of the configuration file and the Read more [...]