Troubleshoot and repair Windows Vista

Questions derived from the 70-623 – PRO: Microsoft Desktop Support – CONSUMER Microsoft Self-Test Software Practice Test.


Objective: Troubleshoot and repair Windows Vista
SubObjective: Diagnose a specified issue


Item Number: 70-623.6.1.4
Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are the desktop engineer for your company. The company’s network consists of Windows XP Professional client computers with FAT32 partitions. The management updates the company’s existing IT policy and decides to upgrade all the client computers to Windows Vista. According to the new IT policy, all client computer partitions must have a volume size of up to 42 GB.


What should you do?



  1. Upgrade client computers to Windows Vista and convert the file system to FAT16.
  2. Upgrade client computers to Windows Vista and convert the file system to NTFS.
  3. Upgrade client computers to Windows Vista and use the existing FAT32 file system.
  4. Upgrade client computers to Windows Vista and convert the file system to HFS.

Answer:
B. Upgrade client computers to Windows Vista and convert the file system to NTFS.


Tutorial:
You should upgrade client computers to Windows Vista and convert the file system to NTFS. NTFS is the recommended file system for the Windows Vista operating system. The practical maximum volume size supported by NTFS is 2 terabytes (TB), which will meet the new IT requirement for a volume size of up to 42 GB. The NTFS file system includes all of the features of FAT16 and FAT32 file systems, as well…


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