2013 Latest MCTS 70-642 Exam Questions 171-175

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QUESTION 21
Your network contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server. All computers on the network are configured to download and install updates once a week.
You need to deploy a critical update to a WSUS client as soon as possible. Which command should you run?
A. dism.exe /online /check-apppatch
B. gpupdate.exe /force
C. secedit.exe /refreshpolicy
D. wuauclt.exe /detectnow
Correct Answer: D
Explanation/Reference: Correct answer(s): D Explanation:
Manipulate Automatic Updates Behavior Using Command-line Options There are two documented command-line options used for manipulating Automatic Updates behavior. These options are meant to be run from a command prompt. They are helpful for testing and troubleshooting client computers. For comprehensive troubleshooting information for problems with both the WSUS server and client computers, see “Microsoft Windows Server Update Services Operations Guide.”
Detectnow Option Because waiting for detection to start can be a time-consuming process, an option has been added to allow you to initiate detection right away. On one of the computers with the new Automatic Update client installed, run the following command at the command prompt:
wuauclt.exe /detectnow

QUESTION 22
Your network contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server named Server1. Server1 provides updates to client computers in two sites named Site1 and Site2. A WSUS computer group named Group1 is configured for automatic approval.
You need to ensure that new client computers in Site2 are automatically added to Group1.
Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.) A. Create a new automatic approval update rule.
B. Modify the Computers Options in the Update Services console.
C. Modify the Automatic Approvals options in the Update Services console. D. Configure a Group Policy object (GPO) that enables client-side targeting.
Correct Answer: BD
Explanation/Reference:
Correct answer(s): B, D
Reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc720433(WS.10).aspx Explanation:
WSUS enables you to target updates to groups of client computers. This capability can help you ensure that specific computers get the right updates at the most convenient times on an ongoing basis. For example, if all computers in one department of your organization have a specific configuration (such as all computers in the Accounting team), you can determine what updates those computers get, at what time, and then use WSUS reporting features to evaluate the success of update activity for that computer group.
By default, each computer is already assigned to the All Computers group. Computers will also be assigned to the Unassigned Computers group until you assign them to another group.
Regardless of the group you assign a computer to, it will also remain in the All Computers group. A
computer can be in only one other group in addition to the All Computers group.
You can assign computers to computer groups by using one of two methods, server-side targeting or clientside targeting, depending on whether or not you want to automate the process. With server-side targeting, you use the Move the selected computer task on the Computers page to move one or more client computers to one computer group at a time. With client-side targeting, you use Group Policy or edit the registry settings on client computers to enable those computers to automatically add themselves into the computer groups. You must specify which method you will use by selecting one of the two options on the Computers Options page.
Note
If your WSUS server is running in replica mode, you will not be able to create computer groups on that server, you will only inherit the computer groups created on the administration server from which your server inherits its settings. For more information about replica mode, see Running in Replica Mode. Server-side Targeting With server-side targeting, you use the WSUS console to both create groups and then assign computers to the groups. Server-side targeting is an excellent option if you do not have many client computers to update and you want to move client computers into computer groups manually.
To enable server-side targeting on your WSUS server, click the Use the Move computers task in Windows
Server Update Services option on the Computers Options page.
Client-side Targeting With client-side targeting, you enable client-computers to add themselves to the computer groups you create in the WSUS console. You can enable client-side targeting through Group Policy (in an Active Directory network environment) or by editing registry entries (in a non-Active Directory network environment) for the client computers. When the client computers connect to the WSUS server, they will add themselves into the correct computer group. Client-side targeting is an excellent option if you have many client computers and want to automate the process of assigning them to computer groups.
To enable client-side targeting on your WSUS server, click the Use Group Policy or registry settings on client computers option on the Computers Options page.

QUESTION 23
Your network contains an Active Directory domain. The domain contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server named Server1. A Group Policy object (GPO) named GPO1 configures all computers in the domain to use Server1 for Windows Update.
You add a new Windows 7 computer named Computer1 to the domain.
From the Update Services console, you discover that Computer1 is not listed as a member of any computer groups.
You verify that GPO1 is applied to Computer1.
You need to ensure that Computer1 is available in the Update Services console. What should you do? A. On Computer1, run wuauclt.exe /detectnow.
B. On Computer1, run wuauclt.exe /reportnow.
C. On Server1, run wsusutil.exe reset.
D. On Server1, run wsusutil.exe listinactiveapprovals.
Correct Answer: A
Explanation/Reference:
Correct answer(s): A
Automatic Updates Behavior Using Command-line Options There are two documented command-line options used for manipulating Automatic Updates behavior. These options are meant to be run from a command prompt. They are helpful for testing and troubleshooting client computers. For comprehensive troubleshooting information for problems with both the WSUS server and client computers, see “Microsoft Windows Server Update Services Operations Guide.”
Detectnow Option Because waiting for detection to start can be a time-consuming process, an option has been added to allow you to initiate detection right away. On one of the computers with the new Automatic Update client installed, run the following command at the command prompt:
wuauclt.exe /detectnow
Resetauthorization Option
WSUS uses a cookie on client computers to store various types of information, including computer group membership when client-side targeting is used. By default this cookie expires an hour after WSUS creates it. If you are using client-side targeting and change group membership, use this option in combination with detectnow to expire the cookie, initiate detection, and have WSUS update computer group membership. Note that when combining parameters, you can use them only in the order specified as follows: wuauclt.exe /resetauthorization /detectnow
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708617(v=WS.10).aspx

QUESTION 24
Your network contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server. A Group Policy object (GPO)
configures all WSUS client computers to detect updates hourly and install updates weekly.
You download a critical update.
You need to ensure that the WSUS client computers install the critical update during the next detection interval.
What should you do?
A. From the client computers, run wuauclt.exe /force.
B. From the client computers, run gpupdate.exe /force. C. From the server, configure the deadline settings.
D. From the server, configure the Synchronization Schedule options.
Correct Answer: C
Explanation/Reference: Correct answer(s): C Explanation:
In your server, you can specify a deadline when you approve an update or set of updates on the WSUS server. Setting a deadline will cause clients to install the update at a specific time, but there are a number of different situations, depending on whether the deadline has expired, whether there are other updates in the queue for the client to install, and whether the update (or another update in the queue) requires a restart.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708585(v=ws.10).aspx

QUESTION 25
Your network contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server.
You need to ensure that the WSUS server automatically downloads service packs. What should you do first?
A. From the Automatic Approvals options, modify the Update Rules list. B. From the Automatic Approvals options, modify the Advanced settings.
C. From the Products and Classifications options, modify the Products settings.
D. From the Products and Classifications options, modify the Classifications settings.
Correct Answer: D
Explanation/Reference:
Correct answer(s): D
Explanation:

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