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OEM Reseller

Question No: 41

Your company sells a server to a customer. The server will replace an existing server that runs Windows Server 2003 Standard.

The customer wants to exercise the downgrade rights to install Windows Server 2003.

Who must provide the installation media and the product key to install Windows Server 2003?

  1. The server manufacturer, as the company who performed the initial preinstallation

  2. The customer by using existing, legally obtained media

  3. Microsoft, as the license-granting authority

  4. your company, as the vendor who sold the server to the customer

Answer: B

Question No: 42

A customer has 30 client computers. All of the client computers have an OEM version of Windows 7 installed.

On one of the client computer’s, the customer upgrades the motherboard to a new motherboard that has a faster chipset.

You need to recommend a solution to ensure that the client computer is legally licensed. The solution must minimize licensing costs.

What should you recommend?

  1. Purchase a Full Packaged Product (FPP) version of Windows 7.

  2. Purchase an Upgrade license of Windows 7 from a retail store.

  3. Request a new product key from the Microsoft Activation Center.

  4. Obtain a new OEM license of Windows 7 from the hardware vendor.

Answer: A

Question No: 43

You work for an OEM reseller.

A customer enrolls in the Open Value Company-wide licensing program. The customer requires access to the Windows 7 installation media.

You need to tell the customer which party is responsible for providing a physical copy of the installation media.

Who should you tell the customer to contact?

  1. the OEM manufacturer

  2. the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC)

  3. the OEM reseller

  4. Microsoft Support

Answer: B

Explanation: Q: How do we get product media?

A: You can download media at no charge through the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC). You can also request that Microsoft send you media, such as CDs/DVDs and manuals, for the licensed products in your initial order. This media may be used for multiple installations of the same licensed product. Media is not provided for subsequent orders, unless paid for up-front at the time that the subsequent order is placed.

Reference: Microsoft Open Value, FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Question No: 44

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

The customer wants to deploy Microsoft Office 2010 to all of its client computers, but wants to minimize the amount of administrative effort required to manage and maintain the Office 2010 products.

You need to recommend an Office 2010 solution for the customer. What should you recommend?

  1. Office Home and Business 2010

  2. Office Professional Academic 2010

  3. Office Professional Plus 2010

  4. Office Standard 2010

  5. Office Professional 2010

  6. Office Starter 2010

  7. Office Home and Student 2010

  8. Office 365

Answer: H Explanation:

Note: Office 365 primarily denotes a set of subscription based software services that require monthly or periodic payment of fees to Microsoft Corporation.[2] 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.

Although Office 365 also often refers to cloud-based services rather than desktop applications, certain Office 365 subscription plans include a subscription to Office 20XX desktop applications in addition to cloud-based services.[3] The subscription to Office 20XX desktop applications, by virtue of the subscription, makes the subscription part of an Office 365 offering.

Question No: 45

A customer needs to deploy Microsoft Office 2010 to a server that has the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) server role installed.

Which products can be licensed to run in an RDS environment? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. Office Home and Business 2010

  2. Office Standard 2010

  3. Office Professional 2010

  4. Office Professional Plus 2010

Answer: B,D

Explanation: Office 2010 can only be run in a Remote Desktop (Terminal Server) environment if it is purchased under a Volume Licensing agreement. The only two versions of Office 2010 that can be purchased under a Volume Licensing Agreement are Office 2010 Standard and Office 2010 Professional Plus. NO other version of Office 2010 can be licensed to run virtually, including Office 2010 Home amp; Business.

Reference: So your customer wants to use Office 2010 Home amp; Business in a Remote Desktop (Terminal Server) environment?

Question No: 46

A customer purchases a new server that has an OEM license of Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard preinstalled. The customer plans to exercise the downgrade rights to install Windows Server 2003.

You need to recommend which task the customer must perform before the downgrade to ensure that the customer is in compliance with Microsoft licensing policies.

What should you recommend that the customer do first?

  1. Back up the existing Windows Server 2008 R2 installation.

  2. Start the server from the Windows Server 2003 installation media.

  3. Reformat the hard disk drive.

  4. Start the server and accept the Windows Server 2008 End User Software License Terms.

Answer: D

Explanation: Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) Customers

Customers who obtained their license and software with new server hardware from a server manufacturer or installer (OEM) have the same rights to run earlier versions as Volume License and Retail customers: Customers may run an instance of an earlier version of Windows Server in place of Windows Server 2008. However, customers may need to use different methods to obtain media and product keys for earlier versions. In addition, the server manufacturer or installer are not obligated to supply and may not support earlier versions of the software.

Obtaining Product Keys and Media for Previous Versions

OEM customers will need media and a product key to run a previous version. There are several options to obtain them.

->From a previous license.

->From your OEM.

->Downgrade Media Kit. (most likely to be used in this scenario).

Customers who do not have media or a product key from a previous license and are unable to obtain one from their OEM, may order a downgrade media kit of Windows Server 2003 R2 from the Windows Server Fulfillment website. The downgrade media kit will contain a copy of Windows Server 2003 R2 and a corresponding product key that the end user may run under a valid Windows Server 2008 license. The downgrade media kit is not a new license for Windows Server. The media kit is a retail version of the software and may not be supported by your server manufacturer. Contact your OEM for its support policy when installing this downgrade version of the software on server hardware.

Note: How can you downgrade a computer running Windows Server 2008 to Windows

Server 2003 R2?

How can you downgrade a computer running Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2003 R2?

1: What you will receive: One copy of the applicable Windows Server downgrade software and associated product key.

2: The Downgrade Media Kit is not a new license for Windows Server. It may only be run under a valid license per the terms of those license terms. For example, a copy of Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition may be run under a Windows Server 2008 license as permitted by the Downgrade rights described in that license. Check the applicable license terms for specific information regarding the rights for the license.

3: Transfer rights apply to the original license you purchased. 4: Only 1 downgrade media kit per license.

5: The terms of this offer may be changed at any time without notice including, without limitation, the expiration date.

6: There is a fee for this upgrade to cover materials, shipping, handling, and fulfillment overhead. The fee will vary depending on your location. The amount will be presented to you prior to final submission of your order. At that time, you will have the opportunity to opt out before final order submission. The fee is non-refundable.

7: OEM Customers: If you acquired your license with a new server from a server manufacturer, the downgrade software acquired through this program may not be supported by your OEM. Contact your server manufacturer for its support policy for running downgrade software on their server hardware.

Reference: Windows Server 2008 Downgrade Rights

Question No: 47

A customer has 100 users. Each user has a desktop computer that runs Windows vista Professional. Occasionally, 50 of the users work from a personal portable computer.

The customer enrolls in the Open Value Company-Wide licensing program.

The customer plans to deploy Microsoft Office 2010 to the desktop computers. The customer also plans to use Remote Desktop Services (RDS) to make Office 2010 available to the 50 users working from their portable computer.

What is the minimum number of Office 2010 licenses the customer must purchase?

A. 100

B. 150

C. 101

D. 151

Answer: A

Question No: 48

A customer is registered as a public library.

The customer wants to purchase 40 copies of Windows 7 Professional Upgrade and 40 copies of Microsoft Office 2010 Standard. The customer wants to minimize costs.

Which licensing program should you recommend?

  1. Microsoft Open Licensing for Academic

  2. Open Value Subscription

  3. OEM

  4. Full Packaged Product (FPP)

Answer: A

Explanation: The following types of organizations are eligible to acquire Microsoft Academic Edition (AE) products in the programs indicated. Qualified organizations are:

  • Educational Institutions:

    Pre-School/Early Learning Center K-12

    Higher Education

  • Administrative Offices or Boards of Education: For K-12

    For Higher Education

  • Public Library

  • Public Museum

  • Home-School Program

  • Full- and Part-Time Teachers, Faculty, and Staff (purchase through the institution based on existing agreement).

  • Full- and Part-Time Enrolled Students (purchase through the institution based on existing agreement).

  • Reference: How to Buy in Public Sector

    Question No: 49

    What indicates that a copy of Windows 7 is NOT genuine? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. The taskbar turns red and flashes intermittently.

    2. The computer automatically shuts down after one hour of use.

    3. Users are prevented from installing recommended updates from Windows Update.

    4. Custom desktop backgrounds are replaced with a plain black background every hour.

    5. A watermark appears on the desktop that reads quot;This copy of Windows is not genuinequot;.

    6. An option to immediately activate Windows appears when the user logs on to the computer.

    Answer: A,C,E,F

    Question No: 50

    A customer has 30 client computers. All of the client computers have an OEM version of Windows 7 installed.

    On one of the client computers, the customer upgrades the hard disk drive to a new hard disk drive that has more storage space.

    You need to recommend a solution to ensure that the client computer is legally licensed. The solution must minimize licensing costs.

    What should you recommend?

    1. Install Windows 7 by using the existing OEM product key.

    2. Request a new product key from the Microsoft Activation Center.

    3. Purchase a Full Packaged Product (FPP) version of Windows 7.

    4. Purchase an Upgrade license of Windows 7 from a retail store.

    Answer: A

    Explanation: You can still use the same OEM product key after replacing the hard drive.

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