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16 Important Steps in Preparing for Divorce |
Vendor: Microsoft Exam Code: 70-697 Exam Name: Configuring Windows Devices Version: Demo

QUESTION 1 YousupportWindows 10EnterprisecomputersthataremembersofanActiveDirectorydomain.Yourcompanypolicy definesthelistofapprovedWindowsStoreappsthatareallowedfordownloadandinstallation. You have created a new App1ocker Packaged Apps policy to help enforce the company policy. You need to test the new App1ocker Packaged Apps policy before 300-115 dumps you implement it for the entire company. What should you do? A. From Group Policy, enforce the new App1ocker policy in Audit Only mode. B. From Group Policy, run the Group Policy Results Wizard. C. From Group Policy, run the Group Policy Modeling Wizard. D. From PowerShell, run the Get-App1ockerPolicy -Effective command to retrieve the App1ocker effective policy. Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 2 You support Windows 10 Enterprise computers. Your company has started testi g App1ication Virtualization (App-V) App1ications on several laptops. You discover that the App-V App1ications are available to users even when the laptops are offline. You need to ensure that the App-V App1ications are available to users only when they are connected to the company network. What should you do? A. Change user permissions to the App-V App1ications. B. Disable the Disconnected operation mode. C. Configure mandatory profiles for laptop users. D. Reset the App-V client FileSystem cache. Correct Answer: B

QUESTION 3 YournetworkcontainsanActiveDirectorydomainnamedcontoso.com.ThedomaincontainsWindows 10Enterprise client computers. Your company has a subscription to Microsoft 70-410 pdf Office 365. Each user has a mailbox that is stored in Office 365 and a user account in the contoso.com domain. Each mailbox has two email addresses. You need to add a third email address for each user. What should you do? A. From Active Directory Users and Computers, modify the E-mail attribute for each user. B. From Microsoft Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell, run the Set-Mailbox cmdlet. C. From Active Directory Domains and Trust, add a UPN suffix for each user. D. From the Office 365 portal, modify the Users settings of each user. Correct Answer: B

QUESTION 4 Your Windows 10 Enterprise work computer 100-105 dumps is a member of an Active Directory domain. You use your domain accounttolog ontothecomputer.YouuseyourMicrosoftaccounttologontoa homelaptop. YouwanttoaccessWindows 10EnterpriseappsfromyourworkcomputerbyusingyourMicrosoftaccount. Youneed to ensurethat you areable to accessthe Windows 10 Enterprise 210-260 dumps apps on your work computer by logging on only once. What should you do? A. Add the Microsoft account as a user on your work computer. B. Enable Remote Assistance on your home laptop. C. Connect your Microsoft account to your domain account on your work computer.D. lnstall SkyDrive for Windows on both your home laptop and your work computer. Correct Answer: C

QUESTION 5 You administer a Windows 10 Enterprise computer that runs Hyper-V. The computer hosts a virtual machine with multiplesnapshots.ThevirtualmachineusesonevirtualCPUand5l2MBofRAM. You discover that the virtual machine pauses automatically and diSP1ays the state as paused-critical. You need to identify the component that is causing the error. Which component should you identify? A. no virtual switch defined B. insufficientmemory C. insufficient hard disk space D. insufficient number of virtual processors Correct Answer: C

QUESTION 6 You have a Windows 10 Enterprise computer named Computer1 that has the Hyper-V feature installed. Computer1 hosts a virtual machine named VM1. VM1 runs Windows 10 Enterprise. VM1 connects to a private virtual network switch. From Computer1, you need to remotely execute Windows PowerShell cmdlets on VM1. What should you do? A. Run the winrm.exe command and specify the -s parameter. B. Run the Powershell.exe command and specify the -Command parameter. C. Run the Receive-PSSession cmdlet and specify the -Name parameter. D. Run the lnvoke-Command cmdlet and specify the -VMName parameter. Correct Answer: D

QUESTION 7 YoudeployseveraltabletPCsthatrunWindows 10Enterprise. You need to minimize power usage when the user presses the sleep button. What should you do? A. ln Power Options, configure the sleep button setting to Sleep. B. ln Power Options, configure the sleep button setting to Hibernate. C. Configure the active power pLAN to 70-413 vce set the system cooling policy to passive. D. Disable the C-State control in the computer's BlOS. Correct Answer: B

QUESTION 8 You are the desktop administrator for a small company. Your workgroup environment consists of Windows 10 Enterprise computers. You want to prevent l0 help desk computers from sleeping. However, you want the screens to shut off after a certain period of time if the computers arenotbeingused. You need to configure and App1y a standard power configuration scheme for the l0 help desk computers on your network. Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. A. lmport the power scheme by using POWERCFG /lMPORT on each of the remaining help desk computers. Set the power scheme to Active by using POWERCFG /S. B. Use POWERCFG /X on one help desk computer to modify the power scheme to meet the requirements. Export the power scheme by using POWERCFG /EXPORT. C. Use POWERCFG /S on one help desk computer to modify the power scheme to meet the requirements. Export the power scheme by using POWERCFG /EXPORT.D. lmport the power scheme by using POWERCFG /lMPORT on each of the remaining help desk computers. Set the power scheme to Active by using POWERCFG /X. Correct Answer: AB

QUESTION 9 AcompanyhasanActiveDirectoryDomainServices(ADDS)domain.AllclientcomputersrunWindows 10Enterprise. Some computers have a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip. You need to configure a single Group Policy object (GPO) that will allow Windows Bitlocker Drive Encryption on all client computers. Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. A. Enable the Require additional authentication at startup policy setting. B. Enable the Enforce drive encryption type on operating system drives policy setting. C. Enable the option to allow Bitlocker without a 200-310 pdf compatible TPM. D. ConfiguretheTPMvalidationprofiletoenablePlatformConfigurationRegisterindices(PCRs)0,2,4,andll. Correct Answer: AC

QUESTION 10 Employees are permitted to bring personally owned portable Windows 10 Enterprise computers to the office. They are permitted to install corporate App1ications by using the management infrastructure agent and access corporate emailbyusingtheMailapp. An employee's personally owned portable computer is stolen. You need to protect the corporate App1ications and email messages on the computer. Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. A. Prevent the computer from connecting to the corporate wireless network. B. Change the user's password. C. Disconnect the computer from the management infrastructure. D. lnitiate a remote wipe. Correct Answer: BD

QUESTION 11 You are an lT consultant for small and mid-sized business. One of your clients wants to start using Virtual Smart Cards on its Windows 10 Enterprise laptops and tablets. Before implementinganychanges,theclientwantstoensurethatthelaptopsandtabletssupportVirtualSmartCards. You need to verify that the client laptops and tablets 400-101 dumps support Virtual Smart Cards. What should you do? A. Ensure that each laptop and tablet has a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip of version l.2 or greater. B. Ensure that Bitlocker Drive Encryption is enabled on a system drive of the laptops and tablets. C. Ensure that each laptop and tablet can read a physical smart card. D. EnsurethatthelaptopsandtabletsarerunningWindows 10Enterpriseedition. Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 12 Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. Contoso.com is synchronized to a Microsoft Azure Active Directory. You have a Microsoft lntune subscription. Your company pLANs to implement a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. You will provide users with access to corporate data from their personal iOS devices. You need to ensure that you can manage the personal iOS devices. What should you do first? A. lnstall the Company Portal app velopiter from the App1e App Store.B. Create a device enrollment manager account. C. Set a DNS alias for the enrollment server address. D. Configure the lntune Service to Service Connector for Hosted Exchange. E. Enroll for an App1e Push Notification (APN) certificate. Correct Answer: E

Step #1:  Acknowledge that your marriage doesn’t work. Part of the sense of tragedy and loss in divorce comes from the feeling that you could still have your hoped-for marriage (a) if only you could make it work, (b) if the hopes you had in creating the marriage could still be realized, or (c) if some miracle, added effort, or a missing ingredient could turn your marriage around. Part of being at peace with the decision to divorce, and the need to go through the pain and financial consequences, comes from recognizing and accepting the aspects of the marriage that do not work for you or your spouse. Both of you must be satisfied with the marriage for it to continue. Once the process begins, it helps to be free from doubts about whether to divorce. If you still have hopes or illusions of saving your marriage, you’ll find yourself in an emotionally impossible situation and you’ll make confusing decisions.

Step #2:  Step back from this crisis and identify your core values. Review this step with a counselor as you proceed through the divorce.  These issues deserve your attention:

(1)    Your goals to fulfill your own physical, financial, and emotional needs;

(2)    Your goals for the children;

(3)    Your priority for providing your children with the nurturing, loving, and parenting you want them to have;

(4)    Your children’s strengths and weaknesses and what they need for support and nurturing from each parent;

(5)    The resources each parent can provide to the children;

(6)    How your children’s parenting could be arranged to get the best from both of you in giving the children what they need;

(7)    How much effort you can give toward your children getting the example you want them to have of resolving conflicts, working cooperatively, and creating accomplishments.

Step #3:  Respect the emotional injuries. Deal with them first. Recognize they occurred and you continue to feel them and act out of them. Find a therapist or friend you can rely on to help you heal emotionally. Have him help you separate your emotional process and your emotional upset from the business decisions needed in the divorce. Develop at least the following steps in your emotional recovery plan.

(1)    Develop the friendships, emotional support, and activities to help carry you through a year of birthdays, holidays and events without your spouse. Also, friends can help you handle upsets, depression, sadness, and outrage so each is not taken out on the children or others, shouted at your spouse, or shared with a new lover in the early stages of the relationship;

(2)    Deal with any need to place blame and guilt. Understand how your use of blame and guilt perpetuates your injury and consequently your children’s injury. Learn to make other choices and respond in different ways to your spouse.

(3)    Use this failed relationship to understand how to enjoy the next one successfully by identifying your power, choices, and responsibilities in helping this relationship to achieve less than it promised;

(4)    Separate your spouse from your spouse’s misconduct and forgive the spouse, being careful not to make the misconduct okay or open any chance for further misconduct.  Let any need to seek retribution for the injuries go; and possibly

(5)    Own your mistakes and apologize for them and the pain they caused.

Step #4:  Hire an attorney who can help you with mediation, arbitration, negotiations or trial. Be sure that the attorney understands family law, has skills in problem solving, the emotional process, psychology of reconciliation, and child development.

Step #5:  Tell friends and family about your decision to divorce. Help remove them from the divorce by supporting their continued relationship with your spouse and with you. Their relationship and their family friendships do not have to be changed or destroyed because of your need to change yours. They do not have to choose between loyalties to your spouse and loyalties to you.

Step #6:  Study and create the boundaries you need as a separate and independent person. You need to have separate living space and privacy. You need control over your own financial and business affairs. You need to be free from the consequences of your spouse’s finances and business affairs. You need to know that your possessions are safe. You need to know how your children are being cared for, where they are, how to communicate with them, and how decisions are being made about their care. These boundaries give you safety. That safety helps stop the need to fight, to blame, and to avoid being blamed. As lovers, you dissolved many of these boundaries, but now it is essential that you rebuild them.

Step #7:  Gather all the information you can. Collect statements reporting the values on debts and assets. Get estimates of present fair market value. Gather all documents of title, deeds, insurance, retirement, profit sharing, deferred compensation, stocks and bonds. Get copies of your last three years’ state and federal tax returns. List the value of personal property. Identify what property each of you brought to the marriage and what property either of you obtained after the marriage.

Prepare this information in three lists:-

(1) The assets and debts each of you brought to the marriage.

(2) The assets and debts you have at the time of separation.

(3) The assets and debts you want each of you to have when everything is divided. For assets, use the present fair market value or the value you could get in cash if you advertised and sold the assets within a reasonable period — 3-6 months for a house.  Be sure to include the secured debts, such as the house and car loans. For personal belongings and furniture, use what you would expect to receive in a garage sale.

Step #8:  Consider limiting your credit risk. At the proper time, you should stop any possible charges on your credit by your spouse and set up separate checking accounts.

The Following Steps involve gathering information that may help in mediation, settlement negotiations, arbitration, or trial.  However, this needs to be done with limits. Even then, gathering these facts may be too difficult or emotionally explosive to continue. Go only as far as you can while making positive progress.

Step #9:  In any discussion with your spouse, use the following rules either by agreement or simply following them for yourself.

(1)    Stop when either person first begins to become upset. Once upset, we do and say what we feel we need to say to protect ourselves from blame, guilt, or other perceived injury without regard for the injury we may cause the other person. Stop at the first signs of someone becoming upset.  Understand that you will contin­ue later, within a day or two, when the upset has passed.

(2)    Use your own health as a compass guiding your direction and decisions. We usually know what builds our own health and what threatens it.

(3)    Identify generally the things that you and your spouse will need to accomplish to have a separate household, financial independence, the ability to pay your necessary expenses and obligations, and to help care for and parent your children.

(4)    Don’t allow yourself to be forced into a quick answer. Reflect your spouse’s question or concern by restating the gist of it, like this: “I understand you want (then restate what she said)…”  Or “I understand your are concerned about (then restate what she said). This raises serious and important issues. I’ll need some time to think about this before I respond.” This approach acknowledges your spouse’s concern, confirms that you will respond, and buys time for you to consider the issues.

Step #10:  Discuss your things.

(1)  Identify the things you and your spouse want without discussing why or how badly.

(2)  If you can discuss the why without becoming upset; and, if it would be helpful to understand, then discuss it.

(3)  Identify how you can help your spouse give the children the parenting they need.

(4)  Identify how you can help your spouse get the things that she needs — and that you don’t want or need.

(5)  Use this cooperation to calm fears and build confidence that you can and will cooperate to fairly resolve the tough issues.

Step #11:  Discuss how you can live in two households and raise your children together.  Most divorcing people continue their hopes, values, and goals for their children’s success. Most people have a deep core commitment to their children. Marriages usually fail because of problems with intimacy, emotions, close cooperation, problem solving, and differing expectations. Living in two separate households and ending sexual intimacy often solves most or all of the relationship problems. After intimacy problems have ended, parents can often become very effective at communicating and cooperating in raising their children.

(1)    Start small. Discuss your and your spouse’s hopes, expectations, and logistical needs in giving the children the time and parenting they need. Discuss one issue at a time and attempt to seek a practical resolution. Try the discussed resolution and see how it works with the understanding that you may try something different later. Find some small successes first.  Deal with easier issues first and save the hard ones for later after you share some successes.

(2)    Identify the most intense disagreements and save them for later.

(3)    Review the things you can agree on in taking care of the children.  The children need both you and your spouse; and they need ready access to both of you depending, initially, upon their needs and, later, on a schedule they get used to. The children need to know that (1) you both love them, (2) they are not responsible for the divorce, (3) the two of you cannot live together, (4) the two of you will never live together again, and (5) the decision made about their care. The children need to understand that the divorce is their parents’ joint and permanent decision. They need to know it is not their fault.

(4)    Review the things the children need and what each of you can contribute to their care.

(5)    Note disagreements clearly as disagreements and not as right and wrong attitudes. Don’t try to solve the disagreements. Just try to understand the differences as clearly and exactly as you can.

Step #12:  Discuss what each household needs to work physically and financially. What pots and pans do you need? How many sheets and pillow cases will you need? Who gets which beds?  How much will it cost to run your household? How can you cover those expenses? Both of you should prepare a Financial Information Statement and give it to the other spouse.

Step #13:  Discuss what is fair to allow your transition from marriage to independence. How soon can you and your spouse be financially self-supporting and independent? What plans do each of you have? What do each of you need to achieve independence? How will the house and retirement savings be distributed so both of you have independence and a fair financial base to face your short- and long-term futures.

Step #14:  Decide whether you can use mediation, must go to trial, or negotiate and settle.  Look for and hire an attorney who can help you with the method you prefer.

Step #15:  Acknowledge that you are both good people who find it too difficult to continue your marriage.

Step #16:  Affirm your desire to continue your partnership as friends in the business of raising your children. You will conduct business just like any other business partnership. You will communicate important material, make decisions together, cooperate to help the other meet his immediate needs, while providing the best love, teaching, and caring for your children that the two of you can offer.


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