1. sysprep.exe /oobe
    Restarts the computer into Windows Welcome Mode. Windows Welcome allows the user to customize window settings such as user accounts, computer name and other tasks.
  2. sysprep.exe /audit
    Restarts the computer in audit mode. Audit mode allows you to add additional drivers and applications to Windows. You can also test an installation before sending it to the end user.
  3. sysprep.exe /generalize
    Prepares the window installation to be imaged. If this option is specified, all unique system information is removed from the Windows installation. The security ID resets (SID), any system restore points are erased and event logs are deleted.
  4. sysprep.exe /reboot
    Restarts the computer. Use this option to audit the computer and to verify that the first-run experience operates correctly.
  5. sysprep.exe /shutdown
    Shuts down the computer after Sysprep completes.
  6. sysprep.exe /quit
    Closes sysprep after running the specified commands.
  7. sysprep.exe /quiet
    Runs sysprep without displaying on-screen confirmation messages. Use this option if you automate sysprep.
  8. sysprep.exe /unattend:answerfile
    Applies settings in an answer file to Windows during an unattended installation.
  9. Definition of Effective Permissions Tool
    The Effective Permissions Tool calculates the permissions that are granted to the specified user or group.
  10. Definition of IKEv2
    Internet Key Exchange Protocol. Used to set up VPN and also allows the ability to reconnect in Windows 7.
  11. What is imagex.exe?
    Imagex is a device used to create and mange WIM files.
  12. What does the scanstate/loadstate MigApp.xml save?
    Migrates application settings to computers running Windows 7.
  13. What does the scanstate/loadstate MigUser.xml save?
    Migrates user folders, files and file types to computers running Windows 7.
  14. What does the scanstate/loadstate MigDocs.xml save?
    Migrates documents such as the user folders and files that are found by the MigXmlHelper.GenerateDocPatterns helper function.
  15. What is the SIM tool and what does it do?
    The Windows System Image Manager creates and manages unattended Windows setup answer files in a graphical user interface.
  16. What things does Reliability Monitor keep track of?
    • Application failures
    • Windows failures
    • Miscellaneous failures
    • Warnings
    • Information
  17. What versions of Windows 7 can save to a network location?
    Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise
  18. What is WDS?
    Windows Deployments Services is an image deployment technology that deploys WIM files. It is included as a server role in 2008 and optionally installed in 2003 SP 2.
  19. What is a Discover image?
    A Discover image is used to boot a computer that is not PXE compliant or that is not available to the WDS server.
  20. What is USMT?
    The User State Migration Tool is a command line utility used to transfer files and setttings between computers.
  21. scanstate /i:[path\]filename
    This option (include) specifies the xml files that have to be configured and used in the scan state.
  22. sfc.exe
    System File Checker scans and verifies the versions of all protected system files after you restart your computer. You must be logged in as administrator.
  23. sfc /scannow
    Scans all the protected system files immediately.
  24. sfc /scanboot
    Scans all the system protected files every time the computer is booted.
  25. What is DISM?
    The Deployment Image Service and Management Tool is used to retrieve or modify information within an image.
  26. What is ImageX?
    ImageX is the command line utility used to create, edit and deploy Windows disk images in the Windows Imaging Format.
  27. imagex /capture c:/image.wim "Name"
    This option will capture a WIM image.
  28. imagex /commit
    This option commits the changes made to the WIM image.
  29. imagex /compress
    This option sets the compression type to none, fast or maximum.
  30. imagex /mount
    This option mounts the image with read-only access to the specified directory.
  31. imagex /mountrw
    This option mounts the image with read-write access to the specified directory.
  32. imagex /unmount
    This option unmounts the image mounted to the specified directory.
  33. imagex /apply
    This option applies a volume image to the specified drive.
  34. What is WAIK?
    The Windows Automated Installation Kit for Windows 7 is a collection of tools and documentation designed to help IT professionals deploy Windows.
  35. What are the tools included in WAIK?
    • Windows System Image Manager (SIM)
    • ImageX
    • Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM)
    • Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE)
    • User State Migration Tool (USMT)
  36. What is Powercfg?
    Powercfg is a tool to control power settings and configure computers to default to Hibernate or Standby mode.
  37. powercfg -l or powercfg -list
    This option lists all the power schemes in the current user's environment.
  38. powercfg -delete GUID or powercfg -d GUID
    This option deletes the power scheme with the specified GUID.
  39. powercfg -getactivescheme
    This option will retrieve the currently active power scheme.
  40. powercfg -hibernate [on|off] or powercfg -h [on|off]
    This option will turn hibernate on or off depending on the switch.
  41. powercfg -devicequery query_flag
    This option will query for any devices based on the query_flag.
  42. dism /image:C:\mount /Apply-Unattend:C:\files\unattend.xml
    This option will apply the unatted answer file to the mounted image.
  43. What is winrs?
    Winrs is a tool that allows the user to remotely execute commands to a target device.
  44. winrs -r:target command
    This option will execute the command on the reomote computer. The -r command will specify the target.
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