|Supporting Users and Troubleshooting a Microsoft Windows XP Operating System|
No of Questions :
|98 Q & A with Explanation|
Supporting Users and Troubleshooting a Microsoft Windows XP Operating System
Candidates for this exam support end users who run Microsoft Windows XP Professional in a corporate environment or Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition in a home environment. They should have experience using applications that are included with the operating system, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook Express, as well as the productivity applications used in a corporate environment, such as Microsoft Office applications.
Candidates should be able to resolve operating system issues by telephone, by connecting to an end user's system remotely, or by visiting an end user's desktop. They should have a working knowledge of operating in a workgroup or Active Directory domain environment and how end users are affected by each environment.
This exam, when combined with 70-272 (the applications exam for desktop support technicians), should validate that a candidate can successfully answer, or escalate, all calls from end users.
Credit Toward Certification
When you pass Exam 70-271: Supporting Users and Troubleshooting a Microsoft Windows XP Operating System , you complete the requirements for the following certification(s):
Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
This Training will cover
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.
Installing a Windows Desktop Operating System
Perform and troubleshoot an attended installation of a Windows XP operating system.
Answer end-user questions related to performing an attended installation of a Windows XP operating system.
Troubleshoot and complete installations in which an installation does not start. Tasks include configuring the device boot order and ascertaining probable cause of the failure to start.
Troubleshoot and complete installations in which an installation fails to complete. Tasks include reviewing setup log files and providing needed files.
Perform postinstallation configuration. Tasks include customizing installations for individual users and applying service packs.
Perform and troubleshoot an unattended installation of a Windows desktop operating system.
Answer end-user questions related to performing an unattended installation of a Windows XP operating system. Tasks include starting an installation, answering questions asked by an end user during an installation, and performing postinstallation tasks.
Configure a PC to boot to a network device and start installation of a Windows XP operating system. Tasks include configuring PXE compliant network cards.
Perform an installation by using unattended installation files.
Upgrade from a previous version of Windows.
Verify hardware compatibility for upgrade. Considerations include minimum hardware and system resource requirements.
Verify application compatibility for upgrade. Tasks include ascertaining which applications can and cannot run, and using the application compatibility tools.
Migrate user state data from an existing PC to a new PC.
Install a second instance of an operating system on a computer.
Answer end-user questions related to upgrading from a previous version of Windows. Considerations include available upgrade paths and methods for transferring user state data.
Managing and Troubleshooting Access to Resources
Monitor, manage, and troubleshoot access to files and folders.
Answer end-user questions related to managing and troubleshooting access to files and folders.
Monitor, manage, and troubleshoot NTFS file permissions.
Manage and troubleshoot simple file sharing.
Manage and troubleshoot file encryption.
Manage and troubleshoot access to shared folders.
Answer end-user questions related to managing and troubleshooting access to shared folders.
Create shared folders.
Configure access permission for shared folders on NTFS partitions.
Troubleshoot and interpret Access Denied messages.
Connect to local and network print devices.
Answer end-user questions related to printing locally.
Configure and manage local printing.
Answer end-user questions related to network-based printing.
Connect to and manage printing to a network-based printer.
Manage and troubleshoot access to and synchronization of offline files.
Answer end-user questions related to configuring and synchronizing offline files.
Configure and troubleshoot offline files.
Configure and troubleshoot offline file synchronization.
Configuring and Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers
Configure and troubleshoot storage devices.
Answer end-user questions related to configuring hard disks and partitions or volumes.
Manage and troubleshoot disk partitioning.
Answer end-user questions related to optical drives such as CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD, and DVD-R.
Configure and troubleshoot removable storage devices such as pen drives, flash drives, and memory cards.
Configure and troubleshoot display devices.
Answer end-user questions related to configuring desktop display settings.
Configure display devices and display settings.
Troubleshoot display device settings.
Configure and troubleshoot Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI).
Answer end-user questions related to configuring ACPI settings.
Configure and troubleshoot operating system power settings.
Configure and troubleshoot system standby and hibernate settings.
Configure and troubleshoot I/O devices.
Answer end-user questions related to configuring I/O devices.
Configure and troubleshoot device settings.
Configure and troubleshoot device drivers for I/O devices.
Configure and troubleshoot hardware profiles.
Configuring and Troubleshooting the Desktop and User Environments
Configure the user environment.
Answer end-user questions related to configuring the desktop and user environment.
Configure and troubleshoot task and toolbar settings.
Configure and troubleshoot accessibility options.
Configure and troubleshoot pointing device settings.
Configure and troubleshoot fast-use switching.
Configure support for multiple languages or multiple locations.
Configure and troubleshoot language settings.
Answer end-user questions related to regional settings.
Configure and troubleshoot regional settings.
Answer end-user questions related to language settings.
Troubleshoot security settings and local security policy.
Answer end-user questions related to security settings.
Identify end-user issues caused by local security policies such as Local Security Settings and Security Configuration and Analysis.
Identify end-user issues caused by network security policies such as Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP) and Group Policy.
Configure and troubleshoot local user and group accounts.
Answer end-user questions related to user accounts.
Configure and troubleshoot local user accounts.
Answer end-user questions related to local group accounts.
Configure and troubleshoot local group accounts. Considerations include rights and permissions.
Troubleshoot system startup and user logon problems.
Answer end-user questions related to system startup issues.
Troubleshoot system startup problems.
Answer end-user questions related to user logon issues.
Troubleshoot local user logon issues.
Troubleshoot domain user logon issues.
Monitor and analyze system performance.
Answer end-user questions related to system performance.
Use Help and Support to view and troubleshoot system performance.
Use Task Manager to view and troubleshoot system performance.
Use the Performance tool to capture system performance information.
Troubleshooting Network Protocols and Services
Troubleshoot TCP/IP. Tools include ARP; the Repair utility; connection properties; and the ping, ipconfig, pathping, and nslookup commands.
Configure and troubleshoot manual TCP/IP configuration.
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) settings such as enable and disable. Considerations include indications of issues related to enabling or disabling ICF.
Configure and troubleshoot automated TCP/IP address configuration.
Answer end-user questions related to configuring TCP/IP settings.
Troubleshoot name resolution issues.
Configure and troubleshoot host name resolution issues on a client computer. Considerations include Hosts files and DNS.
Configure and troubleshoot NetBIOS name resolution issues on a client computer. Considerations include Lmhosts files and WINS.
Configure and troubleshoot remote connections.
Configure and troubleshoot a remote dialup connection. Tasks include client-side configuration.
Configure and troubleshoot a remote connection across the Internet. Tasks include client-side configuration.
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Explorer.
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Explorer connections properties.
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Explorer security properties.
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Explorer general properties.
Configure and troubleshoot end-user systems by using remote connectivity tools.
Use Remote Desktop to configure and troubleshoot an end user's desktop.
Use Remote Assistance to configure and troubleshoot an end user's desktop.
Topics Covered in Labs
Requesting Remote Assistance
Installing Windows XP Professional as a part of a Windows 2003 Domain
Disabling a User
Using the Run As Option
Configuring Automatic Updates
Using Add Hardware
Administering the Local Computer's System Policies
Troubleshoot name Resolution Issues
Using Windows Update
Configure and troubleshoot end-user systems by using remote connectivity tools
Websites and Files
Configure and troubleshoot display devices
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Explorer
Configure and Troubleshoot Remote Connections
Manage and troubleshoot access to shared folders
Configure and Troubleshoot Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express
Using the ipconfig Command
Enabling Remote Desktop For Administration
Changing a User's Password
Setting Local User Rights
Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows XP Desktop
Windows File Protection Responding to Remote Assistance Requests
Disk Quota Policies
Locating Users, Contacts, and Groups
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