Reference Module 7 Designing the Presentation Layer Kiosk mode

Reference module 7 designing the presentation layer

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Reference: Module 7: Designing the Presentation Layer Kiosk mode, Note: Running in kiosk mode will fulfill the requirements of this case. Kiosk mode means setting the browser window to full screen view with just a scroll bar for navigation. To provide additional controls, such as access to the Back, Forward, or Refresh buttons, you can set Internet Explorer 6 in partial kiosk mode, which includes a smaller toolbar at the top of the browser window. To add a Full Screen button to this toolbar, so that you can move easily from full screen view to the standard browser window, do this: Right-click the toolbar at the top of the browser window, and then click Customize. In the Customize Toolbar dialog box, click Full Screen under Available toolbar buttons, click Add, and then click Close.
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Exam Name: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .Net Solution Architectures Exam Type: Microsoft Exam Code: 70-300 Section Name: Case Studies + Practice Questions Section No: A, B Case Studies: 16 Total Questions: 251 Page 98 of 182 Incorrect Answers: A. We need graphics support. B. A thick client application is suggested only for standalone kiosk design. D. We need to protect the kiosks operating systems. Question: 2 You are listing the requirements for the Baldwin Museum of Science. Which requirement or requirements should you include? (Choose all that apply) A. Maintainability B. Ease of use C. Extensibility D. Performance Answer: A, B, C, D Explanation: A: Maintenance is an issue. Although it is stated that “We will be training the developers to maintain the new exploration applications”, it is also stated that “it should require the minimum of administrative effort”. B: We are required to use an online help in a format that is comfortable for children and easy for them to use C: We need to reuse modules easily. Whenever a module is upgraded, all of our applications must be able to take advantage of upgrades in every module D: We need highly interactive operation, with fast response time and immediate feedback to users Incorrect answers: None Question: 3 You are assessing the impact of your solution on the existing IT environment. You decide that the environment needs to be modified. What should you do? A. Upgrade Internet Explorer to version 6.0. B. Upgrade the kiosk computers to Microsoft Windows XP Professional. C. Increase bandwidth between the museum branches. D. Add more space to the hard disks of the servers. Answer: C Explanation: C: The bandwidth bottleneck must be dealt with. Incorrect answers: A,B,D: The environment (bandwidth) needs to be modified to support our solution. Our answers in this case study must be consistent to reflect our solution. Reference: Question: 4 You need to provide user assistance for your exploration applications.
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Exam Name: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .Net Solution Architectures Exam Type: Microsoft Exam Code: 70-300
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