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Windows Vista
Terms Definitions
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to (5)
ensure the system meets the hardware and system requirementsdecide which installation option you will usedecide which file system to use and how it will be partitionedconsider how the computer will be connected to a network, anddecide how the operating system will be installed
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to consider how the computer will be c________ to a n______.
connected to a network
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to decide how the o_____ s_____ will be installed
operating system
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to decide which f____ s_____ to use and how it will be p_______.
file system, partitioned
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to decide which i_______ o______ you will use.
installation option
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to ensure the system meets the h_______ and s_______ r_________.
hardware and system requirements
The requirements for the installation of Windows Vista depend on
the version of Vista that you're planning to install.
Windows Vista Business free hard disk space requirement for installation is:
at least 15 GB of available space.
Windows Vista Business installation minimum amount of RAM
1 GB of RAM
Windows Vista Business installation requires a minimum hard drive size of
40 GB hard drive
Windows Vista Business processor minimum requirement
1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
Windows Vista Home Basic free hard disk space requirement for installation is:
at least 15 GB of available space.
Windows Vista Home Basic installation minimum amount of RAM
512 MB of RAM
Windows Vista Home Basic installation requires a minimum hard drive size of
20 GB hard drive
Windows Vista Home Basic processor minimum requirement
1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
Windows Vista Home Premium free hard disk space requirement for installation is:
at least 15 GB of available space.
Windows Vista Home Premium installation minimum amount of RAM
1 GB of RAM
Windows Vista Home Premium installation requires a minimum hard drive size of
40 GB hard drive
Windows Vista Home Premium processor minimum requirement
1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
Windows Vista Ultimate free hard disk space requirement for installation is:
at least 15 GB of available space.
Windows Vista Ultimate installation minimum amount of RAM
1 GB of RAM
Windows Vista Ultimate installation requires a minimum hard drive size of
40 GB hard drive
Windows Vista Ultimate processor minimum requirement
1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
Windows XP hard disk requirements for installation
The minimum requirements for a Windows XP installation requires at least 1.5 GB of available space on the hard disk.
Windows XP installation minimum amount of RAM
The minimum requirements for a Windows XP installation include at least 64 MB of RAM
Windows XP installation recommended amount of RAM
The minimum requirements for a Windows XP installation recommends 128 MB
Windows XP processor minimum requirement
The minimum requirements for a Windows XP installation include a Pentium 233-MHz processor or faster
Windows XP recommended processor speed
The minimum requirements for a Windows XP installation include recommended speed of 300 MHz
You need to decide whether you want to perform a c______ i______ or u______ your existing Windows operating system.
clean installation, upgrade
When would you decide to upgrade as opposed to performing a clean install?
You would choose to upgrade if you currently have an operating system installed and want to keep your files, settings, and programs.
(T/F) You choose a clean installation if you don't currently have an operating system installed or if your current operating system doesn't support an upgrade path.
True
F____ s______ form the basic structure a computer uses to store data on a hard disk.
File systems
F____ s______ classify the system and data formats that an operating system will use to retrieve files from the hard disk.
File systems
What are the two file system formats you can choose for Windows Vista?
NTFS or FAT32
What file system was the default for Windows 95 and 98?
FAT32
When installing this OS (or later) you have the choice between the FAT32 and NFTS file systems.
Windows 2000
What is the default file system format for Windows 2000?
NFTS
What is the default file system format for Windows XP?
NFTS
(T/F) You can choose the FAT file system format over the default when installing Windows Vista.
True
Give 4 advantages of the NFTS file system over FAT32.
it's better able to recover automatically after a disk-related error has occurredit offers better support for larger hard disksit offers improved security as user access can be controlled, andit supports more than 2 GB partitions
When installing an OS you need to decide if your computer will be part of a _______ or a _______.
domain, workgroup
When installing an OS, making the computer join a _______, but you could join a ______, if one is available.
workgroup, domain
What are the 4 major considerations when moving to a new OS?
clean install or upgradefile systemworkgroup or domaininstallation method
Name 4 different installation methods you can use when installing Windows XP or Vista?
boot media – CD-ROM or USB drivedisk imaging a network installation, or a factory recovery partition or CD
How are boot media – CD-ROM or USB drives used to install Oss?
Bootable media devices like CD-ROMs or USB drives can be used to install Windows operating systems.
How is disk imaging used to install an OS?
Windows offers built-in support for disk imaging. With disk-imaging software, you can capture an image of an installed and configured operating system. Disk imaging is best used for companies who want to install an operating system on several computers. Image X, which is part of the Windows Automated Installation Kit, creates the image for distribution to many computers. Windows Vista, however, uses Sysprep.exe to prepare the computer for disk imaging.
How can an OS be conducted over a network?
A network share that has the same contents as an installation CD can be used to install Windows. The computer must be able to be booted over the network. This method is employed by companies when they want to install an operating system on several computers.
What is meant by installing an OS using a factory recovery partition or CD?
When most computers are manufactured, they have recovery partitions placed inside them, or they come with a recovery CD, which has a copy of the operating system configured. Drivers and other software are provided by the manufacturer on the recovery partition.
(T/F) Windows offers built-in support for disk imaging.
True
You can capture an image of an installed and configured operating system using this.
disk-imaging software
D_____ i______ is best used for companies who want to install an operating system on several computers.
Disk imaging
(T/F) Image Z, is part of the Windows Automated Installation Kit
False Image X
I________ ___ creates the image for distribution to many computers, and this is called disk-imaging for OS installation.
Image X
What is sysprep.exe?
Windows Vista, however, uses Sysprep.exe to prepare the computer for disk imaging.
A n______ s______ that has the same contents as an installation CD can be used to install Windows.
network share
In order to do a network install of an OS what needs to happen?
The computer must be able to be booted over the network.
What two installation methods are used by companines wanting to install an OS on several computers?
disk-imaging, network install
What do manufacturers place on the recovery partition?
Drivers and other software.
What is an alternative manufacturers may use instead of a recovery disk?
a recovery partition
Attended installations and unattended installations are characteristic of this method of OS install.
Using boot media
Prior to an u______ i_______ , the computer needs to access an answer file containing all the information necessary for the computer to configure the parameters for installing the operating system
unattended installation
Prior to an u nattended installation, the computer needs to access an a______ f____ containing all the information necessary for the computer to configure the parameters for installing the operating system
answer file
An unattended installation occurs automatically from a ____-_____.
CD-ROM
Text mode and GUI mode describe what?
The two attended Windows XP installation modes.
The first stage of the installation process occurs in a text environment. Files are copied by the Setup program from the CD-ROM to a local temporary folder. You are then requested to provide your partitioning information.
Attended installation of Windows XP using text mode
The computer reboots after the copying process is finished. The second stage of the installation process takes place in GUI mode. Here the Setup program accesses the configuration of the computer and identifies the hardware. After entering this interface
Attended installation of Windows XP using GUI mode
Files are copied by the Setup program from the CD-ROM to a local temporary folder, what does this describe and what is the next step?
Windows XP attended install, you are then requested to provide your partitioning information.
What happens before this step in the attended GUI mode installation of Windows XP: the Setup program accesses the configuration of the computer and identifies the hardware.
the Setup program accesses the configuration of the computer and identifies the hardware.
Name the 3 types of installation modes for Windows XP.
unattended, attended text mode, attended GUI mode
(T/F) Windows Vista installation begins in text mode and ends in GUI mode.
False, Vista doesn't have a text mode for installation
What are the four stages of the Windows XP installation when in GUI mode?
dynamic update preparing installation installing Windows finalizing installation
For GUI mode in an attended Windows XP installation what is meant by a dynamic update?
In the dynamic update stage, the Setup program will try to connect to the Internet. It does this to search for updated Microsoft installation files.
For GUI mode in an attended Windows XP installation what is meant by preparing installation?
Preparing installation is an interactive stage, where the system prompts the user for configuration parameters.
For GUI mode in an attended Windows XP installation what is meant by installing Windows?
During the installing Windows stage, the Setup program configures the specified parameters the user defined in the preparation stage.
For GUI mode in an attended Windows XP installation what is meant by finalizing installation?
In the finalizing installation stage, the Setup program accesses the display settings. It also sets the monitor screen resolution.
Which of the following options are incorrect? a. Windows XP must be installed on a FAT32 partition b. Windows XP includes only GUI mode installation c. Windows XP can be installed from a USB drive or a network location d. Windows XP must be in
a, b
(T/F)Windows XP must be installed on a FAT32 partition.
False, Windows operating systems from 2000 onwards all use NTFS, which has several advantages over FAT32.
(T/F)Windows XP includes only GUI mode installation.
False, Unlike Windows Vista, XP and earlier operating systems include both text and GUI installation. The first part of an XP installation occurs in a text environment.
(T/F)Windows XP can be installed from a USB drive or a network location.
True
(T/F)Windows XP must be installed on a Pentium 233-MHz processor with at least 64 MB of RAM
True
What are the 3 main stages of Windows Vista installation?
preparation, installation, and finalization
This part of the Vista install involves collecting information for configuration parameters.
preparation
During Vista installation, this stage is where the Setup program configures the specified parameters the user defined in stage one.
installation
In Vista installation, here you can choose a username and password and configure security settings.
finalization
How is Vista installed using a disc?
To install Windows Vista from an installation disc, you insert the disc and restart the computer. If requested to do so, you select the DVD drive as the boot drive.
A 25-digit code that you receive with your installation disc.
product key
During the installation of Windows Vista, why would you select the Custom (advanced) button?
for a clean install
After these 8 selection steps during a Vista install, the system now has all the information required to continue with the rest of the installation automatically.
language, currency, keyboard layout, install setting that you configured, product key, license, type of installation, specify drive location.
What are the 5 steps of the installation phase?
copies Windows filesexpands filesinstalls featuresupdatescompletes installation
What happens in the installation phase of Windows Vista where Windows files are copied?
The Setup program copies Window Vista files to the hard disk location, which was selected in the preparation stage.expands files.
What happens in the installation phase of Windows Vista where files are expanded?
The files are expanded from a compressed state.
What happens in the installation phase of Windows Vista where the features are installed?
Windows Vista features are installed. The features are dependent on the system hardware that the Setup program has detected.
What happens in the installation phase of Windows Vista where updates are found?
If updates from the Internet are available, they are downloaded and installed.
What happens in the installation phase of Windows Vista where the installation is completed?
The installation of the operating system is now complete and the computer is automatically restarted. The Setup program now continues with the finalizing stage.
What are the last steps a user must complete for a Vista install?
create a username, password, computer name, picture for account
When you choose these two locations for your computer you are discoverable.
Home and Work
When should you choose a Public location in Vista?
When you are directly connected to the internet in a public place, and your disvoverability is limited.
You want to keep your files, settings, and programs. What type of installation would you choose for your OS?
upgrade
If your current OS doesn't support an upgrade path what type of installation will be required?
clean install
Classifies the system and data formats for an OS.
file system
This file system is better able than its predecessor to automatically recover after a _____-_____ error has occurred.
NTFS
This file system is better with smaller hard drives.
FAT32
This file system has user access control.
NTFS
This file system doesn't support 2GB partitions.
FAT32
Select the DVD drive as the boot drive
Windows Vista preparation
The screen shows 'Install now'
this is where configurations and settings are installed are installed.
(T/F) You are required to enter your product key during a Vista install?
False, but failure to enter is may result in a loss of data, information, and programs.
What will you find on the installation disc holder inside the Windows package?
the product key
Where do you want to install Windows?
This is where you specify the drive on which you want to install Windows Vista, and you specify the size of the new partition.
(T/F) 20000 MB should be partitioned to install Windows Vista.
True
1. Insert the installation CD into the CD-Rom drive and reboot the computer.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
2. Press any key to boot the CD.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
3. Press Enter on the Setup Notification screen.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
4. Press Enter again on the Welcome screen.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
5. Press F8 to agree with the Licensing Agreement on the Licensing Agreement screen.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
6. If you don't have partitions on your hard drive, press Enter to make a new partitions.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
7. Select the partition and press Enter.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
8. Select an appropriate file system. You have the option of leaving the current file system as is, which is selected by default. Press Enter after you have made your selection.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
9. When the formatting is complete, the files are copied to the Windows installation folders. The computer then reboots automatically. The text-mode stage of the Windows XP installation is now complete.
Text mode stage Windows XP Install
The Setup program automatically assesses configuration settings and hardware. It detects updates and prepares the system for installation.
GUI Stage, dynamic update for Windows XP installation
1. The Regional and Language Options page has default settings and lets you select language settings. Click Next after you have made your selections or accepted the default settings.
GUI Stage, Preparing for installation for Windows XP installation
2. On the Personalize Your Software page, type your name and your company's name and click Next.
GUI Stage, Preparing for installation for Windows XP installation
3. Type in the product key on the Product Key page. The product key is the 25-digit number you received with your installation CD. Click Next to continue.
GUI Stage, Preparing for installation for Windows XP installation
4. You can choose to accept or replace the default name assigned to the computer on the Computer Name and Administrator Password page. Here you also need to choose and confirm a password.
GUI Stage, Preparing for installation for Windows XP installation
5. On the next page you select the correct date and time and time zones and click Next.
GUI Stage, Preparing for installation for Windows XP installation
(T/F) If you have a network card installed, the Setup program will install the networking files that are needed during a Windows XP install, but not if you have a modem.
False, network card or modem, it doesn't matter.
1. On the Network Settings page, you can choose to accept the standard networking options by selecting the Typical settings radio button, or you can customize network connections. Click Next once you have chosen your network settings.
Windows XP Automatic installation of network files
2. On the Workgroup and Computer Domain page you can join the company's domain by selecting the option and entering the domain name. Alternatively, choose to remain with the default option and click Next.
Windows XP Automatic installation of network files
1. Click OK when the Settings dialog box informs you that the resolution will be adjusted automatically.
Windows XP Finalizing installation
You are automatically taken to the desktop.
Windows XP Finalizing installation
You have now successfully installed Windows XP.
Windows XP Finalizing installation
Device Manager manages hardware devices linked to your computer, such as
your mouse, keyboard, modems, and network adapters. In most instances, your computer will already have devices preinstalled in it.
Control Panel>Device Manager>System & Maintenance>click System>select the adapter you want to update
Go here for updating device drivers
After updating a device driver what needs to happen next?
The computer must be re-booted.
What would you use to enable, update, disable, uninstall or roll back any driver updates in Windows Vista?
Device Manager
Name the 5 different ways you can view devices in the device manager.
by device typeby device connectionby resource typeby resource connection, andby showing hidden devices
Device Manager default option and classifies the devices by their _____. The devices themselves can be found by expanding the node of the device driver.
Type
Device Manager lists the devices by the type of connection they have. Expanding a node reveals other devices that are connected to that particular device.
Devices by connection
Device Manager lists shows the allocated resource status based on the type of device using these resources.
Resources by type
Device Manager lists resources by their type of connection.
Resources by connection
Device Manager reveals Non-Plug and Play Drivers that have been removed from the system but not uninstalled.
Show hidden devices
The A______ m____ provides options for disabling and uninstalling drivers.
Action menu
How does Device Manager alert a user to changes?
You can run a scan for any hardware changes that may have occurred. If there are any changes, Device Manager information will automatically be updated.
(T/F) You can manually add legacy hardware that hasn't been recognized by Device Manager.
True
In Device Manager, you can check whether devices have been correctly i______ by accessing their p______.
installed, properties
Device Manager alerts you to any known issues with a device using w_______ i_____.
warning icons.
Exclamation icon in Device Manager
indicates there is a problem with the graphics adapter. The adapter is still working, but not optimally.
icon with a red X
More serious problems that disrupt the functionality of a device are indicated by an
USMT migrates these settings by default (6).
AppearanceActionInternetE-mailFolder settings and contentsMicrosoft Office settings
USMT refer to the task bar, screen saver, fonts, regional options, and sound.
Appearance The appearance settings refer to the task bar, screen saver, fonts, regional options, and sound.
USMT establish how a user can interact with a GUI in order to bring about the desired change.
Action Action settings establish how a user can interact with a GUI in order to bring about the desired change. For example, to perform an action, the user either needs to click or double-click. Certain action settings such as accessibility options, mouse and keyboard settings and folder options are migrated by default.
USMT migrated by default are Internet Options, the Favorites folder, phone and modem settings, dial-up connections, and the Cookies folder settings.
Internet Internet settings migrated by default are Internet Options, the Favorites folder, phone and modem settings, dial-up connections, and the Cookies folder settings.
USMT migrates folder settings and their contents from a computer running a different version of Windows
E-mail Users' Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Outlook Express settings are migrated by default to Windows XP settings. Folder settings and contents, and The USMT migrates folder settings and their contents from a computer running a different version of Windows. These folder settings and contents include My Documents, Favorites, My Pictures, and Desktop folders.
USMT file types, such as DOC, DOT, PPT, and WPD files
Microsoft Office settings The USMT migrates Microsoft Office file types, such as DOC, DOT, PPT, and WPD files. In addition, Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, are migrated.
To transfer and load data using the USMT, there are two programs you must run –
ScanState and LoadState
saves data and settings from the source computer
ScanState
loads the data and settings onto the destination computer.
LoadState
automatically saves data to a temporary data store, which could be a network server, a folder, or a type of removable media
ScanState
doesn't make any modifications to the source computer. All the information is stored as an image file, called usmt3.mig
ScanState
files are uncompressed and the settings, applications, and files are restored to the destination computer. In most instances, you can only specify each file option once in the command line
LoadState
USMT employs three migration
MIGSys.xml, MigApp.xml, and MigUser.xml
These files have the migration rules that determine which components are migrated and where they will be migrated to on the destination computer
MIGSys.xml, MigApp.xml, and MigUser.xml
LoadState will automatically store data to the location where ScanState saved it….unless…
a migration XML file has specified a different location
For ScanState and LoadState to use any one of these XML files, they must be specified in the c_______ l_____.
command lines
command-line options available to establish their desired outcome with scanstate and loadstate
modify filescreate files, orcreate and modify files
use these to modify files, such as to exclude parts of a file or folder
You use the migration files MIGSys.xml, MigApp.xml, and MigUser.xml to exclude parts of a file or folder – for example, if you want to migrate C but not your Documents folder.
modify files, transfer data to a new location on a destination computer
You use the migration files MIGSys.xml, MigApp.xml, and MigUser.xml to transfer data to a new location on a destination computer. If you want ScanState and LoadState to use these files, you need to set them on both command lines.
create files, to customize or create your preferred migration settings
You use Custom.xml files to customize or create your preferred migration settings. Should you want to migrate a specific project file, you can specify it with the Custom.xml file. If you want ScanState and LoadState to use these files, you need to set them on both command lines.
use these files to migrate a specific project file
You use Custom.xml files to customize or create your preferred migration settings. Should you want to migrate a specific project file, you can specify it with the Custom.xml file. If you want ScanState and LoadState to use these files, you need to set them on both command lines.
create and modify files, transfer certain folders and not others
You create and modify files to exclude whole components. To do this, you use Config.xml, which will allow you to transfer certain folders and not others. You can also exclude certain settings for an application. This file is the only file that will exclude the operating system settings migrated to a computer using Windows Vista.
migrate operating system and browsers settings only if the destination computer runs Windows XP
MIGSys.xml
migrate application settings to destination computers running on either Windows XP or Windows Vista.
MigApp.xml
migrate user folders, files, and file types to destination computers running Windows XP or Windows Vista.
MigUser.xml
When migrating data you need to be sure that you (3)
install the necessary applications on the destination computerclose all applications on the source computer, andlog off after you've restored user state information on the destination computer
you should try not to perform a migration while a network is in use
because this will slow down the performance of the network
If you need to perform a migration while a network is in use, it's best to carry out a
phased migration
an advantage of a phased migration over a network.
This way you can check the size of the user accounts and monitor the success of the migration as each phase must be completed successfully before the next phase begins.
Chkdsk.exe
a command that's run to check for errors and automatically correct them.
To attain a hard disk drive status report, you should
run a chkdsk.exe check before and after migration.
To manage your IT environment effectively while migrating data, you should
transfer all files to My Documents or Documents, depending on the operating system. This enables you to more easily monitor, control, and clean up the destination computer.
With USMT, you can migrate both domain and local user accounts. To transfer data from a computer running Windows XP to a computer running Windows Vista,
you run a ScanState on the first computer and a LoadState on the second computer. In each state, you have a command-line entry that needs to be entered into the command prompt.
Before migrating, you need to have installed USMT on both the source and the destination computers. Then you need to log on
as the domain administrator on both computers when running ScanState and LoadState. This ensures that no user state information will be left out.
scanstate\\server\share /ue:*\* /ui:domain\user /i:miguser.xml /i:migapp.xml /o [/l:logfilename]
The server\share parameter specifies where the data should be stored. The domain\user parameter is the user account you wish to migrate. The logfilename parameter is used when you are saving files for migrating to a shared network folder.
batteries, computer, disk drives, display adapters, DVD/CD-ROM drives, floppy disk drives, floppy drive controllers, IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, keyboards, mice and other pointing devices, network adapters, other devices, ports, processors, storage control
Device Manager, device by type
ACPIx86-based PC>Microsoft ACPI-compliant system>PCI bus>Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to ISA bridge (ISA mode)
Device Manager, device by connection
ACPIx86-based PC>Microsoft ACPI-compliant system>PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge>Multimedia Audio Controller
Device Manager, device by connection
Vista-PC112>Input/output (IO)>[00000000 - 0000000F] Direct memory access controller
Device Manager, by resource type
Vista-PC112>Direct Memory Access (DMA)
Device Manager, by resource type
Vista-PC112>Interrupt request (IRQ)>(ISA) 1 Standard PS/2 Keyboard
Device Manager, by resource connection
Vista-PC112>Input/output (I/O)>[00000D00 - 0000FFFF] PCI bus>[00002000 - 00002FFF] PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge>[00002048 - 00002048 - 0000204F] Intel® PRO/1000 MT Network Connection #2
Device Manager by resource connection
Visat-PC112>Non-Plug and Play Drivers>Dynamic Volume Manager
Device Manager showing hidden devices
these are removed from the system, but not uninstalled
Device Manager, Non-Plug and Play Drivers
Disable uninstall
Device Manager Action Menu
Scan for hardware changes
Device Manager Action Menu
Add legacy hardware
you can manually add legacy hardware that hasn't been recognized by Device Manager
How do you check whether or not a device has been properly installed?
Check the device manager, and access the device's properties by going to the Action Menu
Device Manager>Action Menu>Properties>6 tabs?
general, modem, diagnostics, advanced, driver, details
Device Manager>exclamation point
device is working, but not optimally
Device Manager>red X
serious problem with hardwre that disrupts the functionality of a device
(T/F) USMT migrates appearance by default.
True
(T/F) USMT migrates folder settings and contents.
True
(T/F) USMT automatically migrates the task bar and the screen saver.
True
(T/F) USMT cannot migrate fonts.
False, it is done automatically
(T/F) Appearance settings includes sound.
True
(T/F) Regional options are automatically migrated using USMT.
True
(T/F) Mouse and keyboard settings are migrated by default using the USMT.
True
(T/F) Action settings for accessibility options are migrated by default using USMT.
True
What internet settings are migrated by default using USMT? (5)
internet options, favorites folder, modem settings, dial-up connection, cookies folder settings
How is email migrated using USMT?
Outlook and Outlook Express are migrated by default to Windows XP settings.
What folders are automatically migrated using USMT?
My Documents, Favorites, My Pictures, and Desktop Folders
USMT automatically migrates these 4 file types.
doc, dot, ppt, wpd
What programs must be run if you're using USMT to transfer and load data?
ScanState and LoadState
This saves data and settings from the source computer using USMT.
ScanState
This loads the data and settings to the destination computer when using USMT.
LoadState
usmt3.mig
The product of the ScanState program which is an image of the source computer.
you can only specify each file option once in the command line
LoadState
When would you use MIGSys.xml to migrate OS and browser settings?
only if the destination computer runs Windows XP
What xml file would you use for a destination computer running Windows XP or Vista to move application settings?
MigApp.xml
What will MigUser.xml migrate?
user folders, files and file types to the destination computer running Windows XP and Vista.
server\share parameter
specifies wherer the data should be stored
specifies where the data should be stored
server\share
domain\user parameter
is the user account you wish to migrate
the user account you wish to migrate
domain\user
logfilenemae paramter
is used when you are saving files for migrating to a shared network folder
used when saving files for migrating to a shared network folder
logfilename
/l:logfilename means
the files are to a shared network folder, the log file location is specified using the \l
these parameters are equal in scanstate and loadstate because it specifies where the data will need to be retrieved from.
server\share
What are the key considerations when installing Windows Vista? A. Whether to install it on either FAT32 or an FTFS partition, b. Whether to use a text mode or GUI mode installation, c. Whether you've met the minimum hardware requirements of a 1GHz 32-bit
a, c
2GB hard drive with at least 650MB of free space
Windows 2000
Pentium 233 MHz processor or equivalent
Windows XP
Pentium 133 MHz processor or equivalent
Windows 2000
40GB hard drive with at least 15GB of available space
Windows Vista
Kernel Patch Protection
64-bit Vista
DEP is built into the hardware
64-bit Vista
All drivers require the developer's digital signature
64-bit Vista
DEP is only available from software
32-bit Vista
What are the key aspects of running LoadState on a destination computer and assume you're customizing your preferred migration settings a. Loadstate will automatically store data to the same place where ScanState saved it b. You must use MIGSys.xml to mig
a, c, d
Identify the steps you will perform while loading data using LoadState a. Running a command containing paths of the stored USMT, migration store, and log files b. Installing Windows 7 and copying the USMT architecture and files to a shared drive c. Connec
a, c
Before you perform and upgrade installation of Windows 7, which main task needs to be performed? A Backup settings and data using Windows Easy Transfer b. Select the custom installation type c. Use the interactive setup wizard to perform the installation
a
You have Windows Vista Enterprise on your systeam and are currently planning to install windows 7 while retaining all current settings and data. Also, simultaneously, the IT department of your company has decided to upgrade to windows 7. Identify the task
a, d, f
Before installing a Windows operating system, you need to (5 things)
ensure the system meets the hardware and system requirementsdecide which installation option you will usedecide which file system to use and how it will be partitionedconsider how the computer will be connected to a network, anddecide how the operating system will be installed
Miminum processor speeds for:Windows XPWindows Vista Home BasicWindows Vista Home Premium, Business & Ultimate
233MHz1GHz1GHz
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