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MCTS 70-680 Cert Flash Cards Online: Microsoft Windows 7, Configuring

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MCTS 70-680 Cert Flash Cards Online: Microsoft Windows 7, Configuring

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  • Copyright 2011
  • Edition: 1st
  • Student Supplement
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-260106-0
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-260106-1

As a late-stage exam preparation tool, the MCTS 70-680 Cert Flash Cards Online provides a concise review of all objectives on the Windows 7 exam 70-680: MCTS: Windows 7, Configuring.  This alternative learning format presents a unique approach that compliments other self-study formats like books and practice tests. Cert flash cards online consist of a custom flash card application loaded with 300 total questions for the exam.

The questions are organized by objective and sub-objective. Allowing you to focus your study on selected topics. You can customize the set of cards you receive. You can choose to view cards in order or at random, and you can create custom sets from the entire bank of cards. Once the bank is chosen, you view questions, test yourself, and then view answers. You can even write notes on each question, and then get a printable PDF of all your notes, aligned to the relevant questions and their correct responses.

These robust features make this a truly unique learning tool:

"           Provide space to enter long answers

"           Provide ability to mark individual questions right or wrong

"           Provide a score report  

"           Create custom sets based on questions marked incorrect

"           Ability to view graphics as part of questions

"           Ability to print flash cards

"           Ability to check online for updates to question banks

These fact-filled flash cards allow you to get all-important information at a glance, helping you focus your study on areas of weakness and to enhance memory retention of essential exam concepts.


1          Installing, Upgrading, and Migrating to Windows 7

2          Deploying Windows 7

3          Configuring Hardware and Applications

4          Configuring Network Connectivity

5          Configuring Access to Resources

6          Configuring Mobile Computing

7          Monitoring and Maintaining Systems That Run Windows 7

8          Configuring Backup and Recovery Options

About the author:Patrick Regan has been a PC technician, network administrator/engineer, design architect, and security analyst for the past 16 years. He has a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Akron. He has taught many computer and network classes at Sacramento local colleges (Heald Colleges and MTI Colleges) and has participated in and led many projects for Heald Colleges, Intel Corporation, Miles Consulting Corporation, and Pacific Coast Companies. For his teaching accomplishments, he received the Teacher of the Year award from Heald Colleges and has received several recognition awards from Intel Corporation. Previously, he worked as a product support engineer for Intel Corporation Customer Service, a senior network engineer for Virtual Alert–where he supported the BioTerrorism Readiness suite and as a senior design architect/engineer–and training coordinator for Miles Consulting Corporation (MCC), a premiere Microsoft Gold partner and consulting firm. He is currently a senior network engineer at Pacific Coast Companies where he supports a large enterprise network.

He holds many certifications including the Microsoft MCSE, MCSA, MCT; MCITP; CompTIA A+, Network+, Server+, Linux+, Security+ and CTT+; Cisco CCNA; and Novell CNE and CWNP Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA).



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