Exam 98-349 MTA Windows Operating System Fundamentals

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John Wiley & Sons, May 15, 2012 - Computers - 328 pages
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The Microsoft Technology Associate certification (MTA) curriculum helps instructors teach and validate fundamental technology concepts with a foundation for sudents' careers as well as the confidence they need to succeed in advanced studies. Through the use of MOAC MTA titles you can help ensure your students future success in and out of the classroom. This MTA text covers the following Windows Operating System vital fundamental skills:   

• Understanding Operating System Configurations

• Installing and Upgrading Client Systems

• Managing Applications, Managing Files and Folders

• Managing Devices

• Understanding Operating System Maintenance.   

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Contents

Introducing Installing and UpgradingWindows7
1
Identifying Upgrade Paths
7
Identifying Application Compatibility
14
Skill Summary
24
Understanding Operating System Configurations
28
Configuring Control Panel Options
36
Configuring Desktop Settings
43
Understanding Virtualized Clients
53
Understanding Services
111
Using MSCONFIG System Configuration utility
117
Exploring and Managing Libraries
125
Skill Summary
137
Managing Devices
141
Understanding File and Print Sharing
185
Setting Up Printer Sharing
209
Maintaining Updating and ProtectingWindows 7
221

Knowledge Assessment
59
Understanding Native Applications Tools Mobility and Remote Management and Assistance
62
Introducing Accessory Programs
72
Understanding Sync Center
86
Understanding Remote Management
95
Skill Summary
102
Managing Applications Services Folders and Libraries
106
Maintaining the Windows Registry
238
Skill Summary
257
Understanding Backup and Recovery Methods
261
Appendix
293
Credits
294
Index
295
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