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PC Pro Windows 7

What are the three types of Windows 7 installations? Custom, Upgrade, Migration
What are the four possible installation sources for Windows 7? DVD, USB, WDS (Windows Deployment Services), Network
Can you upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7? No, either upgrade to Vista then 7, or do a clean install after backing all the data up.
What is Windows Easy Transfer used for? Windows Easy Transfer (WET) is for user data migration in small environments or for a single computer.
What is USMT used for? User State Migration Tool (USMT) is an advanced tool designed for larger environments or many computers.
When installing different versions of Windows on the same computer for a dual-boot system, which version do you install first? The older version. Example: Install Windows XP then Windows 7.
Why would you do a clean installation instead of an upgrade to Windows 7? No operating system installed on the computer. Installed operating system does not support an upgrade installation. Computer has more than one partition and needs to support dual-boot or multiple-boot configurations. You prefer a clean installation.
What is the difference between computer configuration and user configuration for security settings? Computer is for the entire computer, affects all users. User is for each individual user.
Can you block software for some users and not for others? Yes
When both are active, which takes precedence, group policy settings or local security policy settings? Group policy settings
Created by: gurka001