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MCTS Microsoft Windows 7 Configuration Study Guide: Exam 70-680, Study Guide, 2nd Edition

MCTS Microsoft Windows 7 Configuration Study Guide: Exam 70-680, Study Guide, 2nd Edition

William Panek

ISBN: 978-0-470-94845-3 October 2011 624 Pages


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A fully updated study guide for MCTS exam 70-680

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.

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Introduction xxvii

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

Index 555

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xli, xlivErrors 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".