WindowsAr 7 Portable Command Guide MCTS 70-680, and MCITP 70-685 and 70-686 Darril Gibson All the MCTS 70-680, and MCITP 70-685 and 70-686 Commands in One Compact, Portable Resource Maximize your efficiency as a Windows 7 administrator, and master all the commands, keywords, command arguments, options, and prompts covered on Microsoftas MCTS 70-680, MCITP 70-685, and MCITP 70-686 exams! This easy, handy reference brings together all the techniques, tips, tools, and examples youall need. Itas your perfect take-anywhere guide to running Windows 7 environmentsaand passing Microsoftas three key Windows 7 administration exams. Covers all the commands you need to score higher on your MCTS 70-680 and MCITP 70-685/70-686 exams! Use Windows 7as maintenance and monitoring tools Troubleshoot Windows 7 reliability and network connectivity Manage security in Windows 7 Manipulate files, folders, and disks Create and schedule batch files Configure Windows 7 with netsh Recover damaged Windows 7 systems Administer Windows 7 remotely Work from the WMI command line Plan, create, and manage images for automated installation Use Imagex and DISM Work with WinPE and Setup Migrate user data to Windows 7 systems with USMT Master PowerShell and the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) Manage group policy from the command line Your Perfect Take-Anywhere Windows 7 Command Resource! Covers all commands on the MCTS 70-680, MCITP 70-685, and MCITP 70-686 exams Includes important administration commands that arenat on the exams Packed with realistic scenarios, high-efficiency examples, and expert tips Category: Microsoft Certification Covers: Microsoft Windows 7 Exams (MCTS 70-680, and MCITP 70-685 and 70-686) pearsonITcertification.comPinning the Command Prompt to the Start Menu andthe Taskbar If you regularly use the command prompt, you can pin it to the Start menu and the taskbar. If you pinit to the taskbar, ita#39;ll appear next to the Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, and Windows Media Player shortcut links on your taskbar. ... commands you can enter using the normal command prompt, some commands require youto have elevated privileges tostart them. ... Instead, youa#39;d see the following message: Clickanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2011-04-01|