Question No: 31
A customer plans to install Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise on a new server, The server will be used as a Hyper-V host. The server will host one virtual machine that will run Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise and two virtual machines that will run Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard.
You need to recommend how many and which type of licenses the customer must purchase. The solution must minimize costs.
What should you recommend?
Two Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise licenses and two Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard licenses
One Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise license and two Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard licenses
One Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise license
One Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise license and one Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard license
Explanation: Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 is free.
In this scenario, we’ve simply assigned the Windows Server 2008 Enterprise license to the physical box, and we receive 4 free running instances of Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, or downgraded, in virtual machines. We could have 100 virtualised Windows Servers on this particular box, but the license gives you 4 free running instances at one time.
Reference: Licensing Windows Server in a Virtual Environment
Question No: 32
A customer has 100 client computers.
You need to recommend which free tools the customer can use to create an inventory of the software currently installed on the client computers.
Which tools should you recommend? (Choose all that apply.)
Key Management Service (KMS)
Microsoft System Center Essentials 2010
Microsoft Asset Inventory Service (AIS)
Microsoft Software Inventory Analyzer (MSIA)
Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit
Answer: D,E Explanation:
D: The Microsoft Software Inventory Analyzer (MSIA) is a free tool available for download that can help you with your software inventory. It is built specifically to be a starting point to working with SAM.
You can use the MSIA to scan and inventory the Microsoft software that is installed on a single computer, or on multiple computers throughout a network. It generates a report that provides details of all installed Microsoft products, including the type and the number of licenses. The MSIA will work with networks that have 250 or fewer computers
E: MAP performs four key functions: discovery and inventory of computers and applications, hardware and software migration readiness assessments, software usage tracking, and capacity planning for virtualization, public and private cloud migration.
MAP can be downloaded for free.
Question No: 33
A customer has a company. The company has 10 employees. Each employee has a portable computer that runs Windows 7. Five of the employees also have desktop computers that run Windows 7.
The company plans to purchase Microsoft Office 2010 for all of the computers.
You need to recommend how many and which type of Office 2010 licenses the customer must purchase.
The solution must minimize costs. What should you recommend?
Five Office Professional 2010 licenses and ten Office Home and Student 2010 licenses
Ten Office Professional 2010 licenses
Ten Office Home and Business 2010 licenses
Five Office Professional 2010 licenses and ten Office Home and Business 2010 licenses
Explanation: Both Professional and Office Home and Business have for 1 user and 2 PCs licensing.
Office Home and Business has a lower price compared to Professional. Incorrect: Office Home and Student is just for a home network.
Question No: 34
A customer has 200 client computers.
The customer plans to deploy Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 for email and collaboration. The customer does not want to outsource the management of any of its technology infrastructure.
You need to recommend a Microsoft Office 2010 suite that provides users with the ability to access email, create documents, create spreadsheets, and access SharePoint content while they work offline. The solution must minimize costs.
What should you recommend?
Office Professional 2010
Office Home and Business 2010
Office Starter 2010
Office Professional Plus 2010
Office Home and Student 2010
Office Standard 2010
Office Professional Academic 2010
Explanation: Need Office Professional Plus 2010 to get the required Sharepoint functionality (SharePoint workspace).
Question No: 35
A customer purchases a Full Packaged Product (FPP) copy of Windows 7 and installs the copy on a client computer.
Six weeks later, the customer receives an activation message and is required to enter a
You need to tell the customer where to obtain the product key to activate Windows. Where should the customer obtain the key?
the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC)
the proof of license label affixed to the installation disc case inside the Windows package
the Microsoft Licensing webpage
the Certificate of Authority (COA) label on the client computer
Explanation: Full Packaged Product (FPP) Software
Best for customers needing fewer than five licenses
FPP refers to the shrink-wrapped boxes of licensed product that can be purchased in a local retail store or any local software retailer. For customers with five or more PCs, migrating to a volume licensing solution will most likely save them time and money.
Question No: 36 HOTSPOT
You need to verify whether the OEM who built a system configured Windows 7 to include the appropriate technical support contact information for end users.
Which Control Panel item should you open?
To answer, select the appropriate Control Panel item in the answer area.
Question No: 37
A customer plans to purchase three new computers. The customer#39;s children will use the computers at home.
The customer requires that each computer have a licensed copy of Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft Excel 2010, and Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
You need to recommend which licenses the customer must purchase. The solution must minimize licensing costs.
What should you recommend?
Three OEM copies of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
One OEM copy of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
One retail copy of Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010
One retail copy of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
Question No: 38
A customer has 60 client computers. The client computers are licensed for an OEM version of Windows Vista Business.
The customer plans to upgrade 30 of the client computers to Windows 7. The other 30 client computers will not be upgraded.
The customer wants to pay for the Windows 7 licenses during the next three years. The customer also wants to minimize licensing costs.
Which licensing program should you recommend?
Open Value Company-wide
Question No: 39
A customer wants to implement Windows Server 2008 R2 to run a two-node Hyper-V cluster. The cluster will contain six virtual machines that run Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise. The six virtual machines will be configured to fail over independently from each other.
How many Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise licenses are required?
Question No: 40
A customer has an Active Directory domain. The domain contains two servers that run Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard and 20 client computers that run Windows 7 Professional. The customer is currently in compliance with Microsoft licensing requirements.
The customer purchases a new server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard. The customer plans to deploy RemoteApp programs to the 20 existing client computers.
You need to recommend which Client Access Licenses (CALs) the customer must purchase for the planned deployment. The solution must minimize costs.
What should you recommend?
Twenty Windows Virtual Desktop Access (Windows VDA) CALs
Twenty Enterprise CALs
Twenty Windows Server CALs
Twenty Remote Desktop Services Client Access Licenses (RDS CALs)
Explanation: Potentially missed in the flurry of announcements last fall was an announcement regarding Windows Server 2008 RDS CALs. These new Windows Server 2008 RDS CALs, required to access Remote Desktop Session Hosts running Windows
Server 2008 R2, are the replacement for Terminal Server CALs used to access Terminal Server Sessions on previous Windows Server versions. The RDS CAL is also needed to use “Remote App” on a 2008 R2 Server.
Note: There are two types of Remote Desktop Services client access licenses (RDS CALs): RDS Per Device CALs
RDS Per User CALs
When Per Device licensing mode is used, and a client computer or device connects to an RD Session Host server for the first time, the client computer or device is issued a temporary license by default. When a client computer or device connects to an RD Session Host server for the second time, if the license server is activated and enough RDS Per Device CALs are available, the license server issues the client computer or device a permanent, RDS Per Device CAL.
An RDS Per User CAL gives one user the right to access an RD Session Host server from an unlimited number of client computers or devices. RDS Per User CALs are not enforced by RD Licensing. As a result, client connections can occur regardless of the number of RDS Per User CALs installed on the license server. This does not absolve administrators from Microsoft Software License Terms requirements to have a valid RDS Per User CAL for each user. Failure to have an RDS Per User CAL for each user, if Per User licensing mode is being used, is a violation of the license terms.
Reference: Remote Desktop Services Client Access Licenses (RDS CALs)
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