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Microsoft - MD-100: Windows 10

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Question: 200
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each questions in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some questions sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution. Determine whether the solution meets the stated goals.

You have a workgroup computer that runs Windows 10. The computer contains the local user accounts shown in the following table.



You need to configure the desktop background for User1 and User2 only.

Solution: From the local computer policy, you configure the Filter Options settings for the user policy. At a command prompt, you run the gpupdate.exe /Target:user command.

Does this meet the goal?

AYes
B No

Correct answer: B

Explanation:

We need to create two new local GPOs and apply one to User1 and the other to User2. Then the User Configuration\ Administrative Templates\ Desktop\ Desktop\ Desktop Wallpaper setting must be configured in each of the two GPOs.

Windows 10 supports the creation of separate local Group Policy Objects for individual users, for administrators and for non-administrators. GPOs cannot be applied to user-defined groups.

The following exhibit shows the user target objects to which a new local GPO can be applied. The users User1, User2 and User3 are members of a local group named Group1. There are also other local groups on the computer. Note that the custom groups cannot be chosen.



Question: 201
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each questions in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some questions sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution. Determine whether the solution meets the stated goals.

You have a workgroup computer that runs Windows 10. The computer contains the local user accounts shown in the following table.



You need to configure the desktop background for User1 and User2 only.

Solution: You create two local Group Policy Object (GPO) and configure the Desktop Wallpaper setting in each of the two GPOs. At a command prompt, you run the gpupdate.exe /Target:user command.

Does this meet the goal?

AYes
B No

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

We need to create two new local GPOs and apply one to User1 and the other to User2. Then the User Configuration\ Administrative Templates\ Desktop\ Desktop\ Desktop Wallpaper setting must be configured in each of the two GPOs.

Windows 10 supports the creation of separate local Group Policy Objects for individual users, for administrators and for non-administrators. GPOs cannot be applied to user-defined groups.

The following exhibit shows the user target objects to which a new local GPO can be applied. The users User1, User2 and User3 are members of a local group named Group1. There are also other local groups on the computer. Note that the custom groups cannot be chosen.



Question: 202
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

You deploy Windows 10 to a new computer named Computer1. You sign in to Computer1 and create a user named User1.

You create a file named LayoutModification.xml in the C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\ folder. LayoutModification.xml contains the following markup.



What is the effect of the configuration?

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

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AWhen you sign in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps only
When User1 signs in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps only
B When you sign in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps only
When User1 signs in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Microsoft Paint only
C When you sign in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps and Microsoft Paint
When User1 signs in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps only
D When you sign in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps and Microsoft Paint
When User1 signs in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps and Microsoft Paint
E When you sign in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Microsoft Paint only
When User1 signs in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Default apps and Microsoft Paint
F When you sign in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Microsoft Paint only
When User1 signs in to Computer1, the taskbar will contain: Microsoft Paint only

Correct answer: D

Explanation:

The "CustomTaskbarLayoutCollection" section will append listed apps to the taskbar by default. The configuration file keeps the default apps pinned and adds a pin for Microsoft Paint.

In Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education, you can use an XML file to deploy a customized Start and taskbar layout to users. No reimaging is required, and the layout can be updated simply by overwriting the .xml file that contains the layout. This enables you to customize Start and taskbar layouts for different departments or organizations, with minimal management overhead.

The Export-StartLayout cmdlet in Windows PowerShell exports a description of the current Start layout in .xml file format.

For an inclusive list of settings you can configure in LayoutModification.xml, a full XML example, and instructions on adding the XML file to the device, see the following Technet article.

Start layout XML for desktop editions of Windows 10 (reference)

Starting in Windows 10, version 1607, administrators can pin additional apps to the taskbar and remove default pinned apps from the taskbar by adding a TaskbarLayout section to a layout modification XML file. This method never removes user-pinned apps from the taskbar.

You can specify different taskbar configurations based on device locale and region. There is no limit on the number of apps that you can pin. You specify apps using the Application User Model ID (AUMID) or Desktop Application Link Path (the local path to the application).

If you specify an app to be pinned that is not provisioned for the user on the computer, the pinned icon won't appear on the taskbar.

The order of apps in the XML file dictates the order of pinned apps on the taskbar from left to right, to the right of any existing apps pinned by the user.

Configure Windows 10 taskbar

Question: 203
Measured Skill: Manage devices and data (35-40%)

You have a computer that runs Windows 10.

You need to configure a picture password.

What should you do?

AFrom Control Panel, configure the User Accounts settings.
B From the Settings app, configure the Sign-in options.
C From the Local Group Policy Editor, configure the Account Policies settings.
D From Windows PowerShell, run the Set-LocalUser cmdlet and specify the InputObject parameter.

Correct answer: B

Explanation:

The picture password offers a way to sign in that’s easier than remembering and typing a long password, and more friendly to touchscreen devices. You sign in by drawing shapes, tapping the right points, or making the right gestures over an image that you choose in advance.

Picture passwords are as secure as PINs, which is pretty secure. The data is stored locally, so someone must have your device to use them. But you must keep in mind that picture passwords and PINs aren’t really intended to provide an extra layer of security. At sign in, you always have the option of using your regular password instead of the picture password or PIN you have set up. All you have to do is click the “Sign-in options” text and then choose which way you want to sign in.

Picture passwords can be set up from the sign-in options on the Accounts page in the Settings app.



Reference: How to Set Up a Picture Password in Windows 10

Question: 204
Measured Skill: Configure connectivity (15-20%)

Your network contains an Active Directory Domain. The domain contains two computers named Computer1 and Computer2 that run Windows 10.

You need to modify the registry of Computer1 by using Registry Editor from Computer2.

Which two registry hives can you modify?

(Each correct answer presents part of the solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.)

AHKEY_CURRENT_USER
B HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
C HKEY_USERS
D HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
E HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG

Correct answer: B, C

Explanation:

In order to use Remote Registry, you basically need administrator access to both computers.

There are a couple of things that have to be in place before remote registry will work:
  1. The computer you are connecting to has to have a username and password. The password cannot be blank.
  2. Both computers need to have Remote Administration enabled in the firewall.
  3. Both computers need to have the Remote Registry service running.
You’ll only see HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and HKEY_USERS when connected to a remote registry.

Reference: How to Connect to a Remote Registry in Windows 7 and 10



 
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