MCSA Windows 8 Practice Test 2

MCSA Windows 8 Practice Test 2

As an administrator in an organization that runs Windows 8.1 Professional and have desktops that have App-V (Application virtualization) client installed. One of the user has issues with launching the App-V application, he mentioned it take a long time to launch it. The user is configured to use roaming profile and you have to quickly assist the user to start the App-V. What should be done?

Your company network includes Wireless network infrastructure and computers running Windows 8.1 Enterprise. Now as per some expansion or business requirement you intended to add a guest wireless network and want to collect information about other close by wireless networks and their encryption methods. Which of the below command can be used in a batch file?

In a Windows 8.1 environment, when a package is created which of the  following files are also created?

While working with Windows Intune, you see the tab for Endpoint Protection, what does it relate to?

You can store and mange applications on you network servers and also have them available for users using which of the below :  

In Windows 8.1, we use Remote Apps programs that are stored on a __________ and also use virtual desktops that are hosted on_________

Windows 8.1 has feature of using sideload applications, where companies create their own apps and make it available for enterprise users using sideloading. Which of the below tools and technology would be helpful for this?

In the Windows Server, when using a workstation you try to enable Hyper V client, In the process you can choose Hyper-V and Hyper-V management, but there are some issues when accessing or selecting Hyper-V Platform. What is the possible cause?

Which of the below type of custom image are loaded with application, customizations, drivers and also needs planning and good amount of bandwidth to be rolled out?

_________________ is the transition technology that is used when the client is behind the NAT device and has a Private IP assigned. The data packets are first encapsulated in IPv6 header and then again with a UDP header.

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