70-695 Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications (MCSE Mobility) Exam Syllabus

Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications PDF, 70-695 Dumps, 70-695 PDF, Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications VCE, 70-695 Questions PDF, Microsoft 70-695 VCE, Microsoft MCSE Mobility Dumps, Microsoft MCSE Mobility PDFUse this quick start guide to collect all the information about Microsoft Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications (70-695) Certification exam. This study guide provides a list of objectives and resources that will help you prepare for items on the 70-695 Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications exam. The Sample Questions will help you identify the type and difficulty level of the questions and the Practice Exams will make you familiar with the format and environment of an exam. You should refer this guide carefully before attempting your actual Microsoft MCSE Mobility certification exam.

The Microsoft Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications certification is mainly targeted to those candidates who want to build their career in Windows domain. The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) - Mobility exam verifies that the candidate possesses the fundamental knowledge and proven skills in the area of Microsoft MCSE Mobility.

Microsoft Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications Exam Summary:

Exam Name Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) - Mobility
Exam Code 70-695
Exam Price $165 (USD)
Duration 120 mins
Number of Questions 45-55
Passing Score 700 / 1000
Books / Training 20695C
Schedule Exam Pearson VUE
Sample Questions Microsoft Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications Sample Questions
Practice Exam Microsoft 70-695 Certification Practice Exam
 

Microsoft 70-695 Exam Syllabus Topics:

Topic Details Weights
Implement the Operating System Deployment (OSD) infrastructure

Assess the computing environment
- Configure and implement the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit, assess Configuration Manager reports, integrate MAP with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, determine network load capacity

Plan and implement user state migration
- Design considerations, including determining which user data and settings to preserve, hard-link versus remote storage, mitigation plan for non-migrated applications, and wipe-and-load migration versus side-by-side migration; estimate migration store size; secure migrated data; create a User State Migration Tool (USMT) package, select between in-place upgrade and migration, deploy Windows as Compact OS

Configure the deployment infrastructure
- Configure Windows Deployment Services (WDS), install and configure Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT), identify network services that support deployments, select Configuration Manager distribution points, support BitLocker

Configure and manage activation
- Configure KMS, MAK, and Active Directory–based activation; identify the appropriate activation tool

20-25%
Implement a Lite Touch deployment

Install and configure WDS
- Configure unicast/multicast, add images to WDS, configure scheduling, restrict who can receive images

Configure MDT
- Configure deployment shares, manage the driver pool, configure task sequences, configure customsettings.ini

Create and manage answer files
- Identify the appropriate location for answer files, identify the required number of answer files, identify the appropriate setup phase for answer files, configure answer file settings, create autounattend.xml answer files, use Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer

15-20%
Implement a Zero Touch deployment

Configure Configuration Manager for OSD
- Configure deployment packages and applications, configure task sequences, manage the driver pool, manage boot and deployment images

Configure distribution points
- Configure unicast/multicast, configure PXE, configure deployments to distribution points and distribution point groups

Configure MDT and Configuration Manager integration
- Use MDT-specific task sequences; create MDT boot images; create custom task sequences, using MDT components

20-25%
Create and maintain device images

Plan images
- Design considerations, including thin, thick, and hybrid images, WDS image types, image format (VHD or WIM), number of images based on operating system or hardware platform, drivers, and operating features, for example, desktop, mobile, and IoT

Capture images
- Prepare the operating system for capture, create capture images using WDS, capture an image to an existing or new WIM file, capture an operating system image using Configuration Manager

Maintain images
- Update images using DISM; apply updates, drivers, settings, and files to online and offline images; apply service packs to images; manage embedded applications

Modify Windows installations
- Build packages; provision packages to modify existing Windows installations

20-25%
Prepare and deploy the application environment

Plan for and implement application compatibility and remediation
- Planning considerations, including RDS, VDI, Client Hyper-V, and 32 bit versus 64 bit; plan for application version co-existence; use the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT); deploy compatibility fixes

Deploy Office by using MSI
- Customize deployment, manage Office activation, manage Office settings, integrate Lite Touch deployment, re-arm Office, provide slipstream updates

Deploy Office by using click-to-run (C2R)
- Configure licensing, customize deployment, configure updates, monitor usage by using the Telemetry Dashboard

20-25%

To ensure success in Microsoft MCSE Mobility certification exam, we recommend authorized training course, practice test and hands-on experience to prepare for Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications (70-695) exam.

Rating: 5 / 5 (21 votes)