What should you do?

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You have a computer named Computer1 that runs Windows 10. Computer1 has the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK) installed.
You are building a new image of Windows 10.
You have a network share that contains the driver files. Each driver is comprised of an INF file and several DLL files.
You need to add the drivers to computers that are installed by using the Windows 10 image. You must achieve the goal without adding the drivers to the image.
What should you do?
A. Mount the Install.wim file.
B. Mount the Boot.wim file.
C. Modify the Winpeshl.ini file.
D. Create an answer file.
E. Modify the Windows.ini file.
F. Create a provisioning package.
G. Load a catalog file (.clg).
H. Create a cabinet file (.cab).

Answer: F

Which three commands should you run in sequence?

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You are building an image of Windows 10 for a new computer model. The computer uses specific out-of-box device drivers.
The Windows 10 image is stored in C:\OEM\Install.wim. Install.wim contains only one image named Windows.
The drivers are stored in the C:\Mydrivers folder on your management computer. The drivers are stored in the INF format.
You need to add the drivers to a new image in the Install.wim file.
Which three commands should you run in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate commands from the list of commands 10 answer area and arrange them in the correct order.

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Does this meet the goal?

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You are building a new image of Windows 10 that contains a push-button reset solution.
You need to test whether push-button reset works as expected.
Solution: From Windows 10, you open the Settings app. you click Update & security, and then you click Recovery. From Reset this PC, you click Get Started.
Does this meet the goal?
A. Yes
B. No

Answer: A

Which tool should you use?

You have a computer named Computer1.
You deploy an image of Windows 10 to Computer1. You start Computer1 in audit mode, and then you install several device drivers.
You need to capture an image of Computer1.
Which tool should you use?
A. Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM)
B. dism.exe
C. Express Deployment Tool (EDT) for Windows 10
D. scanstate.exe

Answer: A

What should you do?

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You install Windows 10 on several devices.
You need to add a trusted root certification to the devices. You must achieve the goal with out reinstalling Windows 10.
What should you do?
A. Mount the Install.wim file.
B. Mount the Boot.wim file.
C. Modify the Winpeshl.ini file.
D. Create an answer file.
E. Modify the Windows.ini file.
F. Create a provisioning package.
G. Load a catalog file (.clg).
H. Create a cabinet file (.cab).

Answer: H

What should you do?

You have an image of Windows 10.
You discover that files in the Windows Component Store are corrupt.
You need to repair the files in the component store.
What should you do?
A. Run dism.exe and specify the /Cleanup-Image and the /RestoreHealth parameters.
B. Run dlsm.exe and specify the /Cleanup Image and the /StartComponentCleanup parameters.
C. Run sfc.exe and specify the /scanfile and /offwindir parameters.
D. Run sfe.exe and specify the /scannow parameter.

Answer: B
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To which Size Should you set the recovery partition?

You have a Windows Recovery Environment (Window RE) image.
You make changes to applications, languages, and updates in the image.
After the changes, the size of the image increases to 500 MB.
You need to modify the deployment script to ensure that the recovery partition has the required amount of free space. The solution must minimize the space of the recovery partition.
To which Size Should you set the recovery partition?
A. 550 MB
B. 820 MB
C. 1024 MB
D. 1524 MB

Answer: A

What should you do?

You have an image of Windows 10 that runs the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
You plan to deploy the image to several new computers.
You add Microsoft Office 2016 to the image.
You need to ensure that when the image is deployed, users will see the Office 2016 tiles on the Start menu as shown in the exhibit.

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What should you do?
What should you do?
A. Create a LayoutModification.xml file and save the file in the C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\ Folder.
B. Modify the DefaultLayouts.xml file and save the file in the C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WindowsApps\ Folder.
C. Modify the DefaultLayouts.xml file and save the file in the C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\ Folder.
D. Create a LayoutModification.xml file and save the file in the C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WindowsApps\ Folder.

Answer: D

Which parameter should you specify when you run dism.exe?

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You have an image of Windows 10 that you plan to deploy to a new computer.
You need to apply a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app to the image.
Which parameter should you specify when you run dism.exe?
A. /Add-Capability
B. /Add-Driver
C. /Add-Package
D. /Add-ProvisionedAppxPackage
E. /Apply-CustomDataImage
F. /Apply-Image
G. /Apply-Unattend
H. /Export-Image

Answer: F

Does this meet the goal?

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You are configuring a reference computer for a new UEFI-based deployment image of the 64-bit version of Windows 10. The reference computer has two physical hard disk drives.
You need to configure a partition on Disk 0 to support a recovery partition.
Solution: You create an primary partition of 250 GB that uses the NTFS file system.
Does this meet the goal?
A. Yes
B. No

Answer: A