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Microsoft - MD-101: Managing Modern Desktops

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Question: 255
Measured Skill: Manage apps and data (25-30%)

You have a Microsoft 365 E5 tenant that contains the users shown in the following table.



You provision the private store in Microsoft Store for Business and assign Microsoft Store for Business roles to the users as shown in the following table.



You configure the following Shopping behavior settings for the Microsoft Store for Business:
  • Allow users to shop: Yes
  • Make everyone a Basic Purchaser: Off
  • Allow app requests: On
  • Shop offline apps: 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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AUser1 can assign the Microsoft Store for Business Admin role to User4: Yes
When User4 requests an app from the Microsoft Store for Business, User2 will be notified: Yes
User3 can assign apps from the Microsoft Store for Business to User2: Yes
B User1 can assign the Microsoft Store for Business Admin role to User4: Yes
When User4 requests an app from the Microsoft Store for Business, User2 will be notified: Yes
User3 can assign apps from the Microsoft Store for Business to User2: No
C User1 can assign the Microsoft Store for Business Admin role to User4: Yes
When User4 requests an app from the Microsoft Store for Business, User2 will be notified: No
User3 can assign apps from the Microsoft Store for Business to User2: Yes
D User1 can assign the Microsoft Store for Business Admin role to User4: No
When User4 requests an app from the Microsoft Store for Business, User2 will be notified: Yes
User3 can assign apps from the Microsoft Store for Business to User2: No
E User1 can assign the Microsoft Store for Business Admin role to User4: No
When User4 requests an app from the Microsoft Store for Business, User2 will be notified: No
User3 can assign apps from the Microsoft Store for Business to User2: Yes
F User1 can assign the Microsoft Store for Business Admin role to User4: No
When User4 requests an app from the Microsoft Store for Business, User2 will be notified: No
User3 can assign apps from the Microsoft Store for Business to User2: No

Correct answer: A

Explanation:

The following exhibit shows the Microsoft Store for Business roles and describes their intended use.

People in your org can request license for apps that they need, or that others need. When Allow app requests is turned on, app requests are sent to org admins. Admins for your tenant will receive an email with the request, and can decide about making the purchase.

Reference: Acquire apps in Microsoft Store for Business and Education



Question: 256
Measured Skill: Manage and protect devices (15-20%)

Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains computers that run Windows 10 and are joined to the domain.

The domain is synced to Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).

You create an Azure Log Analytics workspace and deploy the Update Compliance solution.

You need to enroll the computers in the Update Compliance solution.

Which Group Policy setting should you configure?

ASpecify intranet Microsoft update service location
B Allow Telemetry
C Configure the Commercial ID
D Connected User Experiences and Telemetry

Correct answer: C

Explanation:

Enrolling devices in Windows Analytics requires the devices to have a commercial ID configured.

Microsoft uses a unique commercial ID to map information from user computers to your Azure workspace. This should be generated for you automatically. Copy your commercial ID key from any of the Windows Analytics solutions you have added to your Windows Portal, and then deploy it to user computers.

The policy setting is located in Computer Configuration\ Administrative Templates\ Windows Components\ Data Collection and Preview Builds



On how to retrieve the commercial ID and configure it on your devices, see:

Copy your Commercial ID key

Question: 257
Measured Skill: Deploy and update operating systems (15-20%)

You create a Windows Autopilot deployment profile.

You need to configure the profile settings to meet the following requirements:
  • Automatically enroll new devices and provision system apps without requiring end-user authentication.
  • Include the hardware serial number in the computer name.
Which two settings should you configure?

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

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ADeployment mode
B Join to Azure AD as
C User account type
D Allow White Glove OOBE
E Language (Region)
F Apply device name template

Correct answer: A, F

Explanation:

In order to automatically enroll new devices and provision system apps without requiring end-user authentication we have to modify the deployment mode.

The following two deployment modes are available:

  • User-driven: Devices with this profile are associated with the user enrolling the device. User credentials are required to enroll the device.
  • Self-deploying (preview): (requires Windows 10, version 1809 or later) Devices with this profile aren't associated with the user enrolling the device. User credentials aren't required to enroll the device. When a device has no user associated with it, user-based compliance policies don't apply to it. When using self-deploying mode, only compliance policies targeting the device will be applied.

The Apply device name template allows to create a template to use when naming a device during enrollment. Names must be 15 characters or less, and can have letters, numbers, and hyphens. Names can't be all numbers. Use the %SERIAL% macro to add a hardware-specific serial number. Or, use the %RAND:x% macro to add a random string of numbers, where x equals the number of digits to add. You can only provide a pre-fix for hybrid devices in a domain join profile.

Reference: Configure Autopilot profiles



Question: 258
Measured Skill: Deploy and update operating systems (15-20%)

You have a Microsoft 365 tenant. You have a Windows 10 update ring named Policy1 as shown in the following exhibit.



A Windows 10 Feature update deployment named Policy2 is configured as shown in the following exhibit.



You have devices enrolled in Microsoft Intune as shown in the following table.



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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ADevice1 will install feature updates twice a year: Yes
Device2 will install feature update 20H2: Yes
Device3 will be downgraded to feature update 2004: Yes
B Device1 will install feature updates twice a year: Yes
Device2 will install feature update 20H2: Yes
Device3 will be downgraded to feature update 2004: No
C Device1 will install feature updates twice a year: Yes
Device2 will install feature update 20H2: No
Device3 will be downgraded to feature update 2004: No
D Device1 will install feature updates twice a year: No
Device2 will install feature update 20H2: Yes
Device3 will be downgraded to feature update 2004: No
E Device1 will install feature updates twice a year: No
Device2 will install feature update 20H2: Yes
Device3 will be downgraded to feature update 2004: Yes
F Device1 will install feature updates twice a year: No
Device2 will install feature update 20H2: No
Device3 will be downgraded to feature update 2004: No

Correct answer: C

Explanation:

Update rings specify how and when Windows as a Service updates your Windows 10 devices with feature and quality updates. With Windows 10, new feature and quality updates include the contents of all previous updates. As long as you've installed the latest update, you know your Windows 10 devices are up to date. Unlike with previous versions of Windows, you now must install the entire update instead of part of an update.

Feature updates for the semi-annual update channel are provisioned twice a year.

Policy2 applies to Device2 and deploys feature update 2004 (not 20H2).

Windows Update does never automatically downgrade Windows 10 versions.

Reference: Windows 10 update rings policy in Intune



Question: 259
Measured Skill: Manage policies and profiles (35-40%)

You have a Microsoft 365 tenant that uses Microsoft Intune to manage the devices shown in the following table.



You need to deploy a compliance solution that meets the following requirements:
  • Marks the devices as Not Compliant if they do not meet compliance policies.
  • Remotely locks noncompliant devices.
What is the minimum number of compliance policies required, and which devices support the remote lock action?

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

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AMinimum number of compliance policies required: 1
Devices that support the remote lock action: Device1 only
B Minimum number of compliance policies required: 2
Devices that support the remote lock action: Device2 and Device3 only
C Minimum number of compliance policies required: 3
Devices that support the remote lock action: Device4 and Device5 only
D Minimum number of compliance policies required: 4
Devices that support the remote lock action: Device2, Device3, Device4, and Device5 only
E Minimum number of compliance policies required: 5
Devices that support the remote lock action: Device2, Device3, Device4, and Device5 only
F Minimum number of compliance policies required: 5
Devices that support the remote lock action: Device1 Device2, Device3, Device4, and Device5

Correct answer: D

Explanation:

We need one compliance compliance policy for each of the platforms highlighted in the following exhibit:

Remotely lock the noncompliant device
Use this action to issue a remote lock of a device. The user is then prompted for a PIN or password to unlock the device.

The following platforms support this action:

  • Android device administrator
  • Android Enterprise:
    • Fully Managed
    • Dedicated
    • Corporate-Owned Work Profile
    • Personally-Owned Work Profile
    • Android Enterprise kiosk devices
  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS

Reference: Configure actions for noncompliant devices in Intune





 
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