MCITP Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-622): Supporting and Troubleshooting Applications on a Windows Vista® Client for Enterprise Support Technicians

Errata for MCITP Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-622): Supporting and Troubleshooting Applications on a Windows Vista® Client for Enterprise Support Technicians




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Incorrect answers to Readiness Review question In the Readiness Review assessment, all of the answers in one of the questions contain an incorrect path. The question reads "You are a systems administrator for a shipping company. You need to create a logon script that you will deploy with Group Policy to change the location of the Public folder from the default C:UsersPublic to C:Public." Change: SET %PUBLIC%=C:Users %PUBLIC%=C:Users SET PUBLIC=C:Users SET /P PUBLIC=C:UsersTo: SET %PUBLIC%=C:Public %PUBLIC%=C:Public SET PUBLIC=C:Public SET /P PUBLIC=C:Public

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Other Digital Version
CD-ROM

Startup.exe should be Setup.exe One of the Readiness Review assessment questions contains an answer with an incorrect filename. The question reads: "You are the systems administrator for a small business. You need to upgrade a computer manually from Windows XP to Windows Vista, without losing the user's files and settings. What is the most efficient process?" The first answer contains a reference to "Startup.exe" rather than "Setup.exe". Change: "Start Windows XP. Then, run Startup.exe from the Windows Vista product DVD." To: "Start Windows XP. Then, run Setup.exe from the Windows Vista product DVD." The Explanation contains the same incorrect reference. Change: "You can upgrade Windows XP to Windows Vista by starting Windows XP and running Startup.exe from the Windows Vista product DVD." To: "You can upgrade Windows XP to Windows Vista by starting Windows XP and running Setup.exe from the Windows Vista product DVD."

Microsoft Press  May 06, 2010 
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Page 169

"Windows Vista" should be "Windows XP" On page 169, the second sentence in the 3rd paragraph under the Protected Mode heading incorrectly uses Windows Vista instead of Windows XP. Change: "If a website exploits a vulnerability in Windows Vista that hasn’t been fixed with an update and successfully launches a process to install spyware, the spyware installation process would have full administrator privileges to the local computer." To: "If a website exploits a vulnerability in Windows XP that hasn’t been fixed with an update and successfully launches a process to install spyware, the spyware installation process would have full administrator privileges to the local computer."

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Page 186

"XImage" should be "ImageX" On page 186, the only bullet point on the page contains an incorrect reference to a Windows Vista tool. Change: "Integrate updates into Windows Vista setup files If you use an automatic deployment technology such as the Microsoft Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment 2007 (BDD), you can ensure that updates are present during setup by installing Windows Vista and all updates on a lab computer and then using Windows PE and the XImage tool to create an operating system image (a .wim file) that you can deploy to new computers." To: "Integrate updates into Windows Vista setup files If you use an automatic deployment technology such as the Microsoft Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment 2007 (BDD), you can ensure that updates are present during setup by installing Windows Vista and all updates on a lab computer and then using Windows PE and the ImageX tool to create an operating system image (a .wim file) that you can deploy to new computers."

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Page 391

"–d" should be "-n" On page 391, the second full sentence from the bottom of the page contains an incorrect command option. Change: "To speed up the display of PathPing, use the –d command option to keep PathPing from attempting to resolve the name of each intermediate router address." To: "To speed up the display of PathPing, use the –n command option to keep PathPing from attempting to resolve the name of each intermediate router address."

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Page 407

Question needs further clarification On page 407, Question 3 needs to be worded differently in order to relate correctly to the answers. Change: "3. Which tool would you use to determine whether a connectivity problem you are currently experiencing is related to name resolution?" To: "3. Which would be the best tool to use to determine whether a connectivity problem you are currently experiencing is related to name resolution?"

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Page 529 & 530

Chapter 2 Lesson Review Answers order needs to be changed On pages 529 & 530, the order of the answers for Lesson 1 do not correspond with the order of the questions on page 43. The Correct Answers and explanations for 1 and 2 need to be swapped. Change: "Lesson 1 1. Correct Answer: A A. Correct: BCDEdit allows you to modify the BCD store. The BCD store configures operating system loading preferences in a multiboot system. B. Incorrect: Boot.ini is the text file used in previous versions of Windows to configure operating system loading preferences in a multiboot system. C. Incorrect: PEimg is used to view and modify the contents of a Windows PE image. D. Incorrect: Diskpart is a command-line utility that allows you to perform maintenance on hard disks. 2. Correct Answer: B A. Incorrect: An unattended installation can be performed with or without the Windows Vista product DVD. B. Correct: Windows SIM allows you to create the answer files required for an unattended installation of Windows Vista. C. Incorrect: Sysprep allows you to prepare an image for capture, but it does not help you perform an unattended installation. D. Incorrect: Windows Deployment Services helps you deploy Windows images, but it does not allow you to perform unattended installations of Windows Vista." To: "Lesson 1 1. Correct Answer: B A. Incorrect: An unattended installation can be performed with or without the Windows Vista product DVD. B. Correct: Windows SIM allows you to create the answer files required for an unattended installation of Windows Vista. C. Incorrect: Sysprep allows you to prepare an image for capture, but it does not help you perform an unattended installation. D. Incorrect: Windows Deployment Services helps you deploy Windows images, but it does not allow you to perform unattended installations of Windows Vista. 2. Correct Answer: A A. Correct: BCDEdit allows you to modify the BCD store. The BCD store configures operating system loading preferences in a multiboot system. B. Incorrect: Boot.ini is the text file used in previous versions of Windows to configure operating system loading preferences in a multiboot system. C. Incorrect: PEimg is used to view and modify the contents of a Windows PE image. D. Incorrect: Diskpart is a command-line utility that allows you to perform maintenance on hard disks."

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Page 547

Correct answers for Question 4 are partially incorrect On page 547, the correct answers for Question 4 include an incorrect answer. Change: "4. Correct Answers: A, B, and D A. Correct: If a computer has a TPM, you can enable BitLocker without requiring the user to enter a key or connect a USB flash drive. B. Correct: If a computer has a TPM, you can configure Windows Vista to prompt the user for a PIN before loading the operating system. C. Incorrect: If a computer does not have a TPM, your only option is to have the user insert a USB flash drive at startup. You must have a TPM to use PIN security at startup. D. Correct: With or without a TPM, you can configure BitLocker to require the user to insert a USB key at every startup." To: "4. Correct Answers: A, B A. Correct: If a computer has a TPM, you can enable BitLocker without requiring the user to enter a key or connect a USB flash drive. B. Correct: If a computer has a TPM, you can configure Windows Vista to prompt the user for a PIN before loading the operating system. C. Incorrect: If a computer does not have a TPM, your only option is to have the user insert a USB flash drive at startup. You must have a TPM to use PIN security at startup. D. Incorrect: Using BitLocker without a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is not enabled by default."

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Page 552

Answer C explanation is incorrect On page 552, the explanation to Answer C of Question 3 needs to be changed to reflect the corrected question on page 407. Change: "C. Incorrect: Ping tests connectivity to a remote host. Although you could try pinging your Domain Name System (DNS) server, that wouldn’t tell you whether you were able to successfully resolve hostnames." To: "C. Incorrect: Although Ping can be used to determine if a connectivity problem is related to name resolution, it does not provide as much information as Nslookup does and is therefore not the best tool to use in this scenario." Microsoft Press is committed to providing informative and accurate books. All comments and corrections listed above are ready for inclusion in future printings of this book. If you have a later printing of this book, it may already contain most or all of the above corrections.

Microsoft Press  May 06, 2010