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Windows 7 Portable Command Guide: MCTS 70-680, and MCITP 70-685 and 70-686

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With hundreds of Windows 7 OS commands, options, and command arguments to remember, a MCTS 70-680, MCITP 70-685 and 70-686 candidate has a lot to commit to memory. Having an easy-to-use, portable reference filled with handy tips and examples on how to apply the commands to real-world scenarios will help increase users familiarity with Windows 7. The Windows 7 Portable Command Guide is a supplementary guide to assist administrators in the proper use of the Windows 7 OS and of the commands needed to pass the exams. The guide summarizes all Windows 7 commands, keywords, command arguments, and associated prompts. Configuration examples are provided throughout the book to give a better understanding of how these commands are used. This guide is not meant to replace any existing learning materials but rather serve as a supplementary guide to assist readers in the proper use of the many different commands that are required to successfully pass the exams.

The compact, convenient Windows 7 administration command reference: every command MCTS 70-680 and MCITP 70-685/70-686 exam candidates need!

  • Practical, example-rich, tip-filled information on every Windows 7 admin command required by Microsoft's MCTS 70-680 and MCITP 70-685/70-686 exams, plus other day-to-day admin commands

  • Real-world scenarios that help professionals work more efficiently, and pass their exams the first time

  • The perfect take-anywhere resource: no need to carry thick books or get on the Internet

  • Table of Contents

    1. Title Page
    2. Copyright Page
    3. Dedication
    4. Contents at a Glance
    5. Table of Contents
    6. About the Author
    7. Acknowledgments
    8. About the Series Editor
    9. About the Technical Editor
    10. We Want to Hear from You!
    11. Reader Services
    12. Introduction
    13. Part I. Command Prompt Basics
      1. Chapter 1. Launching and Using the Command Prompt
      2. Chapter 2. Basic Rules When Using the Command Prompt
      3. Chapter 3. Using Basic Commands
    14. Part II. Working with Files, Folders, and Disks
      1. Chapter 4. Manipulating Files and Folders
      2. Chapter 5. Manipulating Disks
    15. Part III. Scripting with Batch Files
      1. Chapter 6. Creating Batch Files
      2. Chapter 7. Scheduling Batch Files
    16. Part IV. Managing and Maintaining Windows 7
      1. Chapter 8. Using Windows 7 Maintenance Tools
      2. Chapter 9. Retrieving Information About Windows 7
      3. Chapter 10. Managing Security in Windows 7
      4. Chapter 11. Configuring Windows 7 with netsh
    17. Part V. Troubleshooting Windows 7
      1. Chapter 12. Configuring Windows 7 Using Basic Troubleshooting Tools
      2. Chapter 13. Troubleshooting Network Issues
      3. Chapter 14. Using Recovery Tools
    18. Part VI. Remote Administration
      1. Chapter 15. Managing Remote Windows 7 Systems
      2. Chapter 16. Windows Management Instrumentation Command Line
    19. Part VII. Creating and Managing Images
      1. Chapter 17. Understanding Images
      2. Chapter 18. Preparing a System to Be Imaged with Sysprep
      3. Chapter 19. Installing the Windows Automated Installation Kit
      4. Chapter 20. Using imagex
      5. Chapter 21. Using the Deployment Image Service and Management (DISM) Tool
    20. Part VIII. Working with WinPE and Setup
      1. Chapter 22. WinPE Commands
      2. Chapter 23. Installing Windows 7 with setup
    21. Part IX: Migrating User Data with USMT
      1. Chapter 24. Capturing User Data with scanstate
      2. Chapter 25. Restoring User Data with loadstate
    22. Part X: Using PowerShell
      1. Chapter 26. Understanding PowerShell Commands
      2. Chapter 27. Using the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE)
      3. Chapter 28. Creating and Running PowerShell Scripts
    23. Part XI. Group Policy and the Command Line
      1. Chapter 29. Group Policy Overview
      2. Chapter 30. Group Policy Command-Line Tools
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