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|Exam||70-685 - Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Support Technician|
|Posted Date:||Sunday, January 22, 2012|
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Dump still valid. Passed on 2-17-12 with a score of 780.
The drag and drop section got a bit hairy.
i just have a question in relation to this dump.On exam D on questions 9,11,14,18 and 21 where the answers show the two boxes.i am just curious as to why the order of the answers on the right of the top box are in a different order to the right of the bottom box.So which box is showing the correct answer.
I passed today with an 840. Every question on the exam was in this file although this file is not accurate. Aside from the ordering of some of the drag and drops, I used the exact answers on the exam that were in the dump and ended up with 840. I can't give any specifics because I think there are several that you need to use "Microsoft Logic(tm)" for and not common sense. So be it.
Passed only using this, Michael's and a quick run through of Miguel's after studying for only 2 days. Thanks!
I just passed the exam with 820pts, it seems that there are some Ans are not correct. 80% validity
Exam C Question 13 anawer should be C.
Sometimes installing a program or driver can make Windows run slowly or unpredictably. System Restore can return your PC's system files and programs to a time when everything was working fine, potentially preventing hours of troubleshooting headaches. It won't affect your documents, pictures, or other data.
Took the exam yesterday and got 860/1000.
This VCE was perfect, I maybe got a couple of questions that were not on it. Im still unsure as to whether some of the answers in this VCE were 100% complete but it was enough for me :)
Finally.this is an accurate test. At least it was in september.
Andy and Victor I think you are both correct. Diagnostic startup would not be used because the question says that all device drivers would need to remain enabled. Diagnostic Startup enables only the necessary drivers.
Diagnostic startup enables Windows to determine the basic device drivers and software to load when you start Windows. When you use this method, the system temporarily disables Microsoft services such as Networking, Plug and Play, Event Logging, and Error Reporting. Also, you permanently delete all restore points for the System Restore utility.
Note Do not use this method if you want to save your restore points for System Restore or if you must use a Microsoft service to test a problem.
there is a Drag n Drop Q about applying AppLocker:i think the order should be:
1. create a GPO.
2. create a executable rule
3. link the GPO.
because there is no way to create the rule outside a GPO so GPO must exist first
If think Exam D Question 7 should be:
1. Using MSConfig.exe, disable the App01 from starting during the boot process.
2. Reboot the computer.
Exam D Question 20 - answer should be: In Windows 7, the Powercfg utility has been enhanced with a new command-line option: /energy. This can be used to detect common energy-efficiency problems, such as excessive processor utilization, increased timer resolution, inefficient power policy settings, ineffective use of suspend by USB devices, battery capacity degradation, and more. You can use this option to validate a system or configuration prior to deployment, provide support to users who encounter battery life or power consumption issues, or even diagnose energy-efficiency problems on your personal system.
Ignore the red lines.
This dump was obviously revised. Now the dragndrops have valid answers.
Thank you Paul! Keeps me from doing it myself ;)
Which answer for drag and drop should i follow? first table or the second with the red lines?
What is different from other?