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Question No: 51

A customer owns a small business. The business has 20 client computers. The business does not have an IT department.

The customer is considering using Microsoft Office 2010 for email, contract writing, and spreadsheets.

You need to recommend an Office 2010 solution for the customer. The solution must minimize upfront costs.

What should you recommend?

  1. Office Professional Academic 2010

  2. Office Home and Business 2010

  3. Office Starter 2010

  4. Office Professional Plus 2010

  5. Office 365

  6. Office Standard 2010

  7. Office Professional 2010

  8. Office Home and Student 2010

Answer: E

Explanation: Office 365 primarily denotes a set of subscription based software services that requires monthly or periodic payment of fees to Microsoft Corporation. By contrast, Office 20XX generally refers to a suite of desktop applications that alone by themselves are not subscription based and do not carry monthly fees.

No upfront cost and no need of an IT department with the use of Office 365.

Question No: 52

A small manufacturing business has 20 employees and 15 desktop computers.

Ten of the employees work in the manufacturing department and the other 10 work in the administration department.

The manufacturing department employees share five of the computers. Each administration department employee has a computer. The administration department employees access email by using a Smartphone.

You need to recommend which Windows Server Client Access Licenses (CALs) the customer requires. The solution must minimize costs.

What should you recommend?

  1. Ten device-based CALs and ten user-based CALs

  2. Twenty device-based CALs

  3. Fifteen user-based CALs

  4. Five device-based CALs and ten user-based CALs

Answer: D

Question No: 53 DRAG DROP

You need to identify which features are associated with Fully Packaged Products (FPPs) and Product Key Cards for Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010.

Which features should you identify?

To answer, drag the appropriate feature to the correct license type in the answer area.

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Explanation:

Full Package Product: Box 1: includes media

Box 2: supports the installation of more than one device

Box 3: the license can be transferred to another computer

Product Key Card: Box 1: excludes media

Box 2: supports the installation of only one device

Box 3: the license cannot be transferred to another computer

Note:

  • FPP is boxed, shrink-wrapped software that you typically buy at retail outlets such as Staples or Best Buy. With FPP you own the license and the software and can transfer it to another machine. But you typically end up paying much more for an FPP license than you would for an OEM.

  • RETAIL OR FULL PACKAGE PRODUCT

(Any retail purchased copy of Microsoft Office except the Home and Student edition)

Licences: two – one for a desktop computer and another for a portable computer. For use by the same person.

Transferable to another computer: Yes, you can uninstall from one computer and reinstall the same software on another computer.

* A Product Key card is another way to purchase Microsoft Office 2010 with a new PC. It includes a Product Key designed to activate Office software on one preloaded PC.

Product Key Card details:

Includes a 25-character Product Key only* (no disc) Licensed for one installation on one PC only License cannot be transferred to another PC Backup disc available

Why the Product Key Card? Great value for one license only

Quick and easy to install, no discs needed Eco-friendly

Question No: 54

A customer has only 60 client computers. The client computers are licensed for an OEM version of Windows Vista Business.

The customer plans to upgrade all of the client computers to Windows 7.

The customer wants to pay for the Windows 7 licenses during the next three years. The customer also wants to minimize licensing costs.

Which licensing program should you recommend?

  1. Full Packaged Product (FPP)

  2. OEM

  3. Open Value Company-wide

  4. Open Business

Answer: C

Explanation: Open Value Company-wide:

The Open Value Company-wide option offers additional savings and a single price per desktop for organizations that want to standardize all their desktops on one or more Microsoft Enterprise products.

Company-wide Option Benefits

Open Value Company-wide option benefits include:

  • Better manageability. For customers who manage multiple volume licensing agreements, the Company-wide option allows consolidation of multiple Microsoft contracts into a single agreement, online license tracking, and standardization of all PCs on the latest software version. You#39;ll have the confidence of knowing you have all your licenses under control.

  • Ability to support users with different software needs. Because the Company-wide option lets you run any software version on any desktop, you can more easily track which software versions are installed on which computers, making it simpler to support users with different software needs.

  • Easier license management-pay annually for what you use. The Open Value Company- wide option allows you to legitimately install new software as you need it and pay for new licenses at the end of the month. This makes it easier for you to reduce your business risk and manage your software licenses.

  • Better cost management. The Open Value Company-wide option includes discounts on company-wide purchasing as well as an agreement that helps you better predict your costs over three years. In addition, standardizing on multiple Microsoft software solutions helps you save costs when your organization licenses Microsoft Office; Microsoft Windows Desktop Professional Upgrade; and Client Access Licenses (CALs) for Microsoft Exchange, Windows Server, and SharePoint Server and SMS together on each desktop.

Incorrect:

FPP: Too expensive.

OEM: Only for new devices. Open Business:

Microsoft Open Business Licensing allows businesses to purchase Microsoft products at discount prices with a minimum of just five licenses. One of the benefits of Open Business compared to Open Volume is that you don’t need such a large up-front volume commitment, but you still get the savings and convenience of the licensing program. After your initial order with SoftwareMedia you can purchase additional licenses within the program with no minimum quantity, as long as you are within your two year term.

Question No: 55

A customer has 100 client computers.

You need to recommend a Microsoft Office 2010 suite that provides users with the ability to access email, create documents, create spreadsheets, and manage customer relationship data. The solution must minimize costs.

What should you recommend?

  1. office Standard 2010

  2. Office Professional Academic 2010

  3. Office Home and Business 2010

  4. Office Starter 2010

  5. Office Professional Plus 2010

  6. Office Professional 2010

  7. Office Home and Student 2010

  8. Office 365

Answer: A

Question No: 56

A customer has eight new client computers that do not have operating systems installed. The customer plans to purchase Windows 7 and install Windows 7 on the client computers.

You need to recommend which type of Windows 7 license the customer should purchase. The solution must minimize licensing costs.

Which type of license should you recommend?

  1. OEM

  2. Open Business with Microsoft Software Assurance

  3. Full Packaged Product (FPP)

  4. Open Value

Answer: C

Question No: 57

A customer enrolls in the Open Value Company-wide licensing program.

The customer loses the product key for Windows 7.

You need to tell the customer where to obtain the product key. Where should the customer obtain the key?

  1. the Microsoft Licensing webpage

  2. the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC)

  3. the Certificate of Authority (COA) label on the client computer

  4. the proof of license label affixed to the installation disc case inside the Windows package

Answer: B

Explanation: Licensing Manageability. Manage licenses easily and conveniently through online tracking tools. With the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC), you can electronically manage your license orders, review purchase history, download volume license keys for software product installation, track compliance, and receive order confirmation information.

Reference: Microsoft Open Value, FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Question No: 58

A customer has Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard (Windows SBS 2011 Standard) deployed. The customer has 40 users.

The customer plans to implement an application named App1 that requires Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2. App1 will be used by 20 users.

You need to recommend a SQL Server solution for the customer. The solution must minimize costs.

What should you tell the customer to purchase?

  1. Windows Small Business Server 2011 Premium Add-on (Windows SBS 2011 Premium Add-on) with 40 Client Access Licenses (CALs)

  2. Windows Small Business Server 2011 Premium Add-on (Windows SBS 2011 Premium

    Add-on) with 20 Client Access Licenses (CALs)

  3. Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard and SQL Server 2008 R2 in Per Processor licensing mode

  4. Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard and SQL Server 2008 R2 with 20 Client Access Licenses (CALs)

Answer: A

Explanation: Use the Premium Add-on (see note below) with one CAL for each user (customer).

Note:

  • the Windows SBS Premium Add-on provides SQL-based line-of-business (LOB) support, or can function as an additional member server.

  • Windows Small Business Server 2011 Premium Add-On includes:

/ Windows Server庐 2008 R2 Standard: Windows Small Business Server 2011 Premium Add-On includes an additional license for Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, which allows you to deploy another server on your Windows SBS 2011 network.

/ Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business:

SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business

contains a range of features that can help businesses maximize the value of their information with greater capabilities in development, manageability, business intelligence, and data warehousing.

SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business has exactly the same capabilities as SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard, however it is only available to use in the SBS 2011 environment.

Reference: Windows Small Business Server 2011 Premium Add-on

Question No: 59

Which Windows Server product does not require the purchase of additional user-based or device-based Client Access Licenses (CALs) when implemented for a customer that has 20 users? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard (Windows SBS 2011 Standard)

  2. Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard

  3. Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials (Windows SBS 2011 Essentials)

  4. Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation

  5. Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials

Answer: C,E

Explanation: C: Windows SBS 2011 Essentials can be used by up to 25 users, requiring no CALs for user access and is expected to release in H1 2011.

E: Windows Storage Server 2008 includes unlimited CAL#39;s Reference: Announcing Windows Small Business Server 2011

Question No: 60

A customer has a network. The network has 70 users.

The customer plans to deploy two servers that will be configured as shown in the following table.

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You need to identify the minimum number of Windows SBS 2011 Client Access Licenses

(CALs) that the customer requires. How many CALs should you identify?

  1. 50

  2. 90

  3. 30

  4. 70

  5. 20

Answer: D

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