MCTS Microsoft Windows 7 Configuration Study Guide: Exam 70-680, Study Guide, 2nd Edition
Demand for experienced, qualified Windows 7 administrators remains high. IT professionals seeking certification in Windows 7 administration will find everything they need to learn to pass the MCTS exam (70-680) in this complete Sybex Study Guide. Updated to cover the most recent version of the exam, this comprehensive guide examines all the exam objectives, using real-world scenarios, hands-on exercises, and challenging review questions.
Certification in Windows 7 administration is highly prized by IT professionals and employers; this comprehensive study guide covers everything you need to know to pass MCTS exam 70-680
Covers installing, upgrading, and migrating to Windows 7; deploying Windows 7; configuring hardware, applications, network connectivity, access to resources, and mobile computing; monitoring and maintaining systems that run Windows 7; and configuring backup and recovery options
Features review questions, practice exams, flashcards, and video walkthroughs
This complete study guide is the partner you need to assure your success on exam 70-680.
Assessment Test xxxvii
Chapter 1 Installing Windows 7 1
Chapter 2 Automating the Windows 7 Installation 53
Chapter 3 Managing Disks 101
Chapter 4 Managing the Windows 7 Environment 155
Chapter 5 Configuring Hardware and Applications 221
Chapter 6 Managing Users, Groups, and Security 289
Chapter 7 Configuring Network Connectivity 381
Chapter 8 Monitoring and Maintaining Windows 7 467
Chapter 9 Configuring Backups and Recovery 519
Appendix About the Companion CD 551
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|xli, xliv||Errors in Assessment Test, Question 25
Option D, "Windows 7 Business" should read "Windows 7 Enterprise".
In the explanation accompanying the answer on page xliv, "Windows 7 Business" should read "Windows 7 Enterprise".