1. An image file that contains an entire workstation configuration, including all applications, packages, and configuration settings, is called a thick image.
2. The two programs that make up the User State Migration Tool are called Scanstate.exe and Loadstate.exe.
3. A Build-to-Plan (BTP) installation is one in which the installers capture a single image file and deploy it to each computer with no changes.
4. Windows Deployment Services can reduce network bandwidth requirements while deploying install images by using Single image transmission to multiple clients.
5.Before you can modify an offline image file using DISM.exe, you must mount the image.
6. To partition a disk using an answer file, you must add setting to the Windows PE configuration pass.
7. The Windows 7 Toolkit that you use to create answer files that called Window SIM utility
8. To boot from an image transmitted over the network by a WDS server, a workstation must have a network adapter that supports PXE Pre-Boot Execution Environment
9. The deployment scenario in which you save a workstation's user data, wipe its disk, install Windows 7, and restore the user stat data is called the Refresh computer
10. A Discovery image enables a workstation to boot from a disk and connect to a WDS server.
True and False
1. To perform a Windows 7 deployment using ZTI, you must have a SQL Server on your network. T
2. To create a capture image, you must use the Deployment Workbench Console. F
3. The Windows 7 AIK script files used to perform unattended installations are called task sequences. F
4. can use the boot images created by Deployment Workbench to start workstations using either boot discs or WDS. T
5. The computer that you use to capture an image of a workstation configuration is called the target computer. F
6. An LTI deployment provides greater flexibility than a ZTI deployment. T
7. ImageX.exe is a command-line tool...