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Microsoft - MD-100: Windows 10

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Question: 242
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

You have four computers that run Windows 10. The computers are configured as shown in the following table.



On Computer1, you create a user named User1. In the domain, you create a user named User2.

You create the groups shown in the following table.



You need to identify to which computers User1 can sign in, and to which groups you can add User2.

What should you identify?

(To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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AUser1 can sign in to: Computer1 only
You can add User2 to: Group5 only
B User1 can sign in to: Computer1, Computer2, and Computer4 only
You can add User2 to: Group5 only
C User1 can sign in to: Computer1 and Computer2 only
You can add User2 to: Group4 and Group5 only
D User1 can sign in to: Computer1 only
You can add User2 to: Group4 and Group5 only
E User1 can sign in to: Computer1, Computer2, and Computer3 only
You can add User2 to: Group3, Group4, and Group5
F User1 can sign in to: Computer1, Computer2, Computer3, and Computer4
You can add User2 to: Group3, Group4, and Group5

Correct answer: D

Explanation:

User1 is a local user on Computer1. Computer1 is the only computer that can authenticate User1. User1 can only sign in to Computer1.

User2 is a domain user. The domain controllers are responsible for authenticating User2. User2 can log on to any computer that is a member of the domain. User2 can be added as a member to Active Directory groups and to local groups existing on the domain's member computers.

Question: 243
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

Your network contains an Active Directory domain. The domain contains the users shown in the following table.



The Authenticated Users group has the Add workstations to domain user right in the Default Domain Controllers Policy.

The Device Managers and Help Desk groups are granted the Create Computer objects permission for the Computers container of the domain.

You have 15 workgroup computers that run Windows 10. Each computer contains a local user account named LocalAdmin1 that is a member of the following groups:
  • Administrators
  • Device Owners
  • Authenticated Users
For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.

(NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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AUser1 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
User2 can join a maximum of 10 computers to the domain: Yes
User3 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
B User1 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
User2 can join a maximum of 10 computers to the domain: Yes
User3 can join all the computers to the domain: No
C User1 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
User2 can join a maximum of 10 computers to the domain: No
User3 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
D User1 can join all the computers to the domain: No
User2 can join a maximum of 10 computers to the domain: Yes
User3 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
E User1 can join all the computers to the domain: No
User2 can join a maximum of 10 computers to the domain: No
User3 can join all the computers to the domain: Yes
F User1 can join all the computers to the domain: No
User2 can join a maximum of 10 computers to the domain: No
User3 can join all the computers to the domain: No

Correct answer: E

Explanation:

By default, Windows allows authenticated users to join 10 machine accounts to a domain.

This default was implemented to prevent misuse, but can be overridden by an administrator by making a change to an object in Active Directory.

Note that users in the Administrators or Domain Administrators groups, and those users who have delegated permissions on containers in Active Directory to create and delete computer accounts, are not restricted by this limitation.

Reference: Default limit to number of workstations a user can join to the domain

Question: 244
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

You have two workgroup computers named Computer1 and Computer2 that run Windows 10. The Guest account is enabled on both computers.

The computers contain the users shown in the following table.



The computers contain the shared folders shown in the following table.



Computer1 has password-protected sharing turned on. Computer2 has password-protected sharing turned off.

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.

(NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

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AFrom Computer1, User1 can access Share2: Yes
From Computer2, User2 can access Share1: Yes
From Computer2, User3 can access Share1: Yes
B From Computer1, User1 can access Share2: Yes
From Computer2, User2 can access Share1: Yes
From Computer2, User3 can access Share1: No
C From Computer1, User1 can access Share2: No
From Computer2, User2 can access Share1: Yes
From Computer2, User3 can access Share1: No
D From Computer1, User1 can access Share2: No
From Computer2, User2 can access Share1: Yes
From Computer2, User3 can access Share1: Yes
E From Computer1, User1 can access Share2: No
From Computer2, User2 can access Share1: No
From Computer2, User3 can access Share1: Yes
F From Computer1, User1 can access Share2: No
From Computer2, User2 can access Share1: No
From Computer2, User3 can access Share1: No

Correct answer: B

Explanation:

Computer2 has password-protected sharing turned off and the guest account enabled. Everyone can access Share2 without providing user name and password.

Share1 is located on Computer1. User2 on Computer2 uses User2 as username and P@ssword2 as password. These credentials are known on Computer1 and hence can be authenticated by Computer1.

Share1 is located on Computer1. User3 on Computer2 uses User3 as username and P@ssword3 as password. These credentials are not known on Computer1 and hence cannot be authenticated by Computer1.

Question: 245
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

Your company deploys Windows 10 Enterprise to all computers. All the computers are joined to Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).

The company purchases a new computer for a new user and creates an Azure AD account for the user.

The user signs in to the computer by using the Azure AD account. The user discovers the activation error shown in the following exhibit.



You need to activate Windows 10 Enterprise on the computer.

What should you do?

AIn Azure AD, assign a Windows 10 Enterprise license to the user.
B At the command prompt, run slmgr /ilc.
C Reinstall Windows as Windows 10 Enterprise.
D At the command prompt, run slmgr /ato.

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

The company uses Windows 10 Enterprise. The user has received a new computer with Windows 10 Pro pre-installed. Windows 10 subscription activation can be used to upgrade the operating system to Windows 10 Enterprise and activate it automatically. A key requirement for this is that the user has been assigned a corresponding license in Azure AD.

Reference: Windows 10 Subscription Activation

Question: 246
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

User1 is a member of the Administrators group on a computer that runs Windows 10.

When User1 attempts to view the security settings of a folder named C:\SecretData, the user receives the message in the following exhibit.



On the computer, you sign in as a member of the Administrators group and view the permissions to C:\SecretData as shown in the following exhibit.



You need to restore User1's access to C:\SecretData.

What should you do first?

AFrom the Permissions tab of Advanced Security Settings for SecretData, select Change to take ownership of the folder.
B From the Permissions tab of Advanced Security Settings for SecretData, select Continue to attempt the operation by using administrative privileges.
C Assign User1 Full control permissions to the C: volume and set the inheritance to This folder, subfolders and files.
D From an elevated command prompt, run cacls.exe C:\SecretData /G User1:F.

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

The first exhibit indicates that User1 does not have NTFS permissions to the C:\SecretData folder. The second exhibit shows that our administrator account also has no NTFS permissions for the C:\SecretData folder. The fact that the owner of the folder cannot be displayed suggests that the account of the user who created the folder has been deleted.

In order to be able to view and/or change the NTFS permissions of the folder, we first need access to the folder. The first step is to take ownership of the folder and its subdirectories and files. In the second step, we can grant our user account and the user account of User1 the necessary permissions.

Note:

Answer B grants us read permissions to the C:\SecretData directory. Read permissions are not sufficient to configure NTFS permissions.

The command from answer D would give User1 full access to the C:\SecretData directory if we had the necessary permissions to configure NTFS.

Reference: When you select Continue for folder access in Windows Explorer, your user account is added to the ACL for the folder



 
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