Pop Quiz: Logging Into Windows 7
Applies to the "Installing and upgrading client systems" objective of Exam 98-349.
Q: Which of the following account types should be used to log into Windows 7 most of the time?
- Standard User
- Power User
Answer is B. A standard user account should be used to log into Windows 7 most of the time even when administrative-level permission is needed. Using the Run As Administrator feature found by right-clicking an application or system configuration applet can be used when needed.
Quick Tip: To fine tune the UAC settings in Windows 7, this guide gives recommendations; http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/what-are-user-account-control-settings
Reference: What is User Account Control?
Bonus Question: Can a Windows computer belong to more than one HomeGroup at a time? (The answer, of course, will be revealed next time!)
Answer to bonus question from last week: The Custom method must be chosen when upgrading Windows XP to Windows 7.
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