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  1. 1. 1. Sign in1. Documents settings2.3. Report abuse ITNET-110 W7 Final Rev 3 Share File Edit View Help View only 3 other viewers Hands-On Midterm & Final ITNET-110-Rev. 3 The midterm is based on chapters 1-6 of your textbooks and the final is based on chapters 1-15. For your midterm, you should complete activities 1-15 (below) For your final, you should complete activities 16-26 (below) You can work on this with a partner. You will need two Windows 7 machines for this activity. To complete the midterm (or final),start with a copy of this document and add screenshots as indicated below. The screenshots will prove to me that you were able to complete the activity. Also, make sure to answer any questions below as well. Each item below is worth 5 points Start with 2 clean installs of Windows 7. You are going to name the computers in step 1. On the W7-1 machine, leave at least 2GB of un-partitioned space on the hard drive. Each item below should require 1 or 2 screenshots. You do not need to show each step, but rather the final product. 1.Change the Computer names of your computers to W7-1 and W7-2
  2. 2. 2.Do an IPCONFIG on W7-1 and record the following:
  3. 3. ■IP Address__192.168.52.130______________________■Subnet Mask___255.255.255.0_____________________■Default Gateway____192.168.52.2____________________3.Configure the TCP/IPv4 configurations as follows andW7-1IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Address Subnet Mask Gateway
  4. 4. 4.Deploying Windows 7 can overwhelming. The following resource includes 5, 2 minute videos that walkthrough the Windows 7 deployment process - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/ff657745The videos cover the following:¨ Step 1: Create an Answer File¨ Step 2 - Build a Reference Installation¨ Step 3 - Create a Bootable Windows PE CD-ROM
  5. 5. ¨ Step 4 - Capture the Customized Windows Installation¨ Step 5 - Deploy the Windows Image from a Network ShareWatch the videos mentioned above and complete the following:●Create a WinPE ISO with imageX.5.Thisquestion will require bit of research. Assume that you have a customized computer thatyou wish to capture an image of to deploy to other computers. add a screenshot of how youwould usesysrep to prepare the computer to be imaged and also be shutdown.
  6. 6. 6.Assume that you’ve run sysprep successfully (from above) and your computer was shutdown.Now you have booted the computer from the WinPE boot disk created in step 4. Since you’vebootedfrom the boot disk, you are at the command prompt as indicated below:Write out the imageX command that you would use to capture the C drive of thiscomputer to a USB drive, which happens to be the D: drive.
  7. 7. ImageX/ capture “C:” D:imagesCdrive.wim “Hard drive Image”________________________________________________________________________7.On W7-1, create a new folder on C: called VHDSTORAGE (C:VHDSTORAGE) as indicatedbelowNow create a VHD called test1.vhd with the following specs:○Name: Test1.vhd○Virtual HardDisk Size: 200MB○Virtual Harddisk Format: Dynamically ExpandingInclude a screenshot from the disk management utility showing that the VHD has beencreated and mounted (similar to screenshot below)
  8. 8. 8.Extra Credit - Format the .vhd disk. Your Windows 7 machine will then treat this file as aphysical disk. You can use the disk management utility or DiskPart command line utility toaccomplishthis.
  9. 9. 9.On W7-1, create a 2GB FAT32 partition (or volume) in your unallocated space. Assign H: toyour partition (or volume).
  10. 10. ■Can this FAT partition be Extended?__No_______________________■Can this FAT partition be Shrunk?____No_______________________10.Use the command line utility to convert the FAT partition (above) to an NTFS partition■Can this NTFS partition be Extended?_Yes________________________
  11. 11. ■Can this NTFS partition be Shrunk?_____Yes______________________11.Create a new folder on C: called ITNET110 (C:ITNET110)12.Grantyourself (the administrator) Full Control of ITNET-110. Remove the rest of the defaultpermissions from C:ITNET110
  12. 12. Your screenshot for C:ITNET-110 should look similar to the following (note that the adminis theonly user with access to the folder).
  13. 13. ●Can you (the administator) create a new folder in C:ITNET110?_Yes. Because I have Full control permissions, which allows this.__(why/why not?)13.Create a standard user, Pat Feder
  14. 14. ■Can Pat Feder create a new folder in C:ITNET110?_No. Because my user account is the only one with those permissions. (why/why not?)14.Create a group called Instructors and make Pat Feder a member of this group15.Give theInstructors Group, Write, Read & Execute, List Folder Contents and Readpermissionsof ITNET-110