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MCTS - Microsoft Windows 7 Configuration

Certificazione MCTS Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist:
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 CONFIGURATION

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La nuova certificazione Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) attesta il livello di competenza acquisito nella configurazione, supporto all'utente finale e nella risoluzione dei problemi relativi agli ambienti desktop in esecuzione su sistema operativo Microsoft Windows 7.

La certificazione MCTS è approvata ufficialmente da Microsoft ed è riconosciuta ai fini lavorativi, scolastici e universitari.

La certificazione MCTS e' riconosciuta come credito formativo negli Esami di Stato Conclusivi.

L'ITC V. Giordano promuove la certificazione MCTS su Windows 7 organizzando corsi di formazione tenuti da docenti accredidati Microsoft. Per gli esami ci si rivolge ai Test Center accreditati PROMETRIC.

L'esame MCTS su Windows 7, EXAM 70-680,  intende validare le seguenti competenze:

  • Installing, Upgrading and Migrating to Windows 7 (14%)
  • Deploying Windows 7 (13%)
  • Configuring Hardware and Applications (14%)
  • Configuring Network Connectivity (14%)
  • Configuring Access to Resources (13%)
  • Configuring Mobile Computing (10%)
  • Monitoring and Maintaining Systems that Run Windows 7 (11%)
  • Configuring Backup and Recovery Options (11%)

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SKILLS ESAME 70-680

Installing, Upgrading, and Migrating to Windows 7 (14 percent)

  • Perform a clean installation.
    • identifying hardware requirements; setting up as the sole operating system; setting up as dual boot; installation methods; boot from the source of installation, preparing the installation source: USB, CD, network share, WDS
  • Upgrade to Windows 7 from previous versions of Windows.
    • upgrading from Windows Vista; migrating from Windows XP; upgrading from one edition of Windows 7 to another edition of Windows 7
  • Migrate user profiles.
    • migrating from one machine to another; migrating from previous versions of Windows; side-by-side vs. wipe and load
Deploying Windows 7 (13 percent)
  • Capture a system image.
    • preparing system for capture; creating a WIM file; automated capture; manual capture
  • Prepare a system image for deployment.
    • inserting an application into a system image; inserting a driver into a system image; inserting an update into a system image; configuring tasks to run after deployment
  • Deploy a system image.
    • automated deployment methods; manually deploying a customized image
  • Configure a VHD.
    • creating, deploying, booting, mounting, and updating VHDs; offline updates; offline servicing
Configuring Hardware and Applications (14 percent)
  • Configure devices.
    • updating, disabling, and uninstalling drivers; signed drivers; conflicts between drivers; configuring driver settings; resolving problem device driver
  • Configure application compatibility.
    • setting compatibility mode; implementing shims; compatibility issues with Internet Explorer
  • Configure application restrictions.
    • setting software restriction policies; setting application control policies; setting through group policy or local security policy
  • Configure Internet Explorer.
    • configuring compatibility view; configuring security settings; configuring providers; managing add-ons; controlling InPrivate mode; certificates for secure Web sites
Configuring Network Connectivity (14 percent)
  • Configure IPv4 network settings.
    • connecting to a network; configuring name resolution; setting up a connection for a network; network locations; resolving connectivity issues; APIPA
  • Configure IPv6 network settings.
    • configuring name resolution; connecting to a network; setting up a connection for a network; network locations; resolving connectivity issues; link local multicast name resolution
  • Configure networking settings.
    • adding a physically connected (wired) or wireless device; connecting to a wireless network; configuring security settings on the client; set preferred wireless networks; configuring network adapters; configuring location-aware printing
  • Configure Windows Firewall.
    • configuring rules for multiple profiles; allowing or denying an application; network-profile-specific rules; configuring notifications; configuring authenticated exceptions
  • Configure remote management.
    • remote management methods; configuring remote management tools; executing PowerShell commands
Configuring Access to Resources (13 percent)
  • Configure shared resources.
    • folder virtualization; shared folder permissions; printers and queues; configuring HomeGroup settings
  • Configure file and folder access.
    • encrypting files and folders by using EFS; configuring NTFS permissions; resolving effective permissions issues; copying files vs. moving files
  • Configure user account control (UAC).
    • configuring local security policy; configuring admin vs. standard UAC prompt behaviors; configuring Secure Desktop
  • Configure authentication and authorization.
    • resolving authentication issues; configuring rights; managing credentials; managing certificates; smart cards with PIV; elevating user privileges; multifactor authentication
  • Configure BranchCache.
    • distributed cache mode vs. hosted mode; network infrastructure requirements; configuring settings; certificate management
Configuring Mobile Computing (10 percent)
  • Configure BitLocker and BitLocker To Go.
    • configuring BitLocker and BitLocker To Go policies; managing Trusted Platform Module (TPM) PINs; configuring startup key storage; data recovery agent support
  • Configure DirectAccess.
    • configuring client side; configuring authentication; network infrastructure requirements
  • Configure mobility options.
    • configuring offline file policies; transparent caching; creating and migrating power policy
  • Configure remote connections.
    • establishing VPN connections and authentication; enabling a VPN reconnect; advanced security auditing; NAP quarantine remediation; dial-up connections; remote desktop; published apps
Monitoring and Maintaining Systems that Run Windows 7 (11 percent)
  • Configure updates to Windows 7.
    • configuring update settings; determining source of updates; configuring Windows Update policies; reviewing update history; checking for new updates; rolling back updates
  • Manage disks.
    • managing disk volumes; managing file system fragmentation; RAID; removable device policies
  • Monitor systems.
    • configuring event logging; filtering event logs; event subscriptions; data collector sets; generating a system diagnostics report
  • Configure performance settings.
    • configuring page files; configuring hard drive cache; updated drivers; configuring networking performance; configuring power plans; configuring processor scheduling; configuring desktop environment; configuring services and programs to resolve performance issues; mobile computing performance issues; configuring power
Configuring Backup and Recovery Options (11 percent)
  • Configure backup.
    • creating a system recovery disk; backing up files, folders, or full system; scheduling backups
  • Configure system recovery options.
    • configuring system restore points; restoring system settings; last known good configuration; complete restore; driver rollback
  • Configure file recovery options.
    • configuring file restore points; restoring previous versions of files and folders; restoring damaged or deleted files by using shadow copies; restore user profiles

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