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70-687 Configuring Windows 8.1 – sample exam – Q69

You administer Windows 8.1 client computers in your company network.
You receive a virtual hard disk (VHD) file that has Windows 8.1 Pro preinstalled, along with several business applications.
You need to configure your client computer to start from either the VHD file or from your current operating system.
Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)

A. Import the contents of the system store from a file.
B. Export the contents of the system store into a file.
C. Attach the VHD file by using Disk Management.
D. Make the VHD disk bootable.
E. Create a new empty boot configuration data store.
F. Create a new entry in the boot configuration data store.


Correct Answer: C,D,F

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg318049%28v=ws.10%29.aspx Creating Bootable Virtual Hard Disks
Using the Disk Management Tools

This section describes how to create a bootable VHD by using the Disk Management tools. You create a VHD and then apply a Windows image from a .wim file to a partition in the VHD. After you complete the steps in this section, you can configure the VHD for native boot or configure it to boot in a virtual machine by following the instructions in Preparing Virtual Hard Disks for Boot.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/haroldwong/archive/2012/08/18/how-to-create-windows-8-vhd-for-boot-to-vhd-using- simple-easy-to-follow-steps.aspx
How to Create Windows 8 VHD for Boot to VHD using simple, easy to follow steps


I. Once I make a backup copy of the VHD file for future use, I will go ahead and Mount the VHD again to add that installation to the boot menu. To do this, I will right click Disk Management and select Attach VHD. The Attach VHD Wizard will start. I can either browse to the VHD or just type it in the Location field.

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J. The VHD will be mounted and will be assigned a drive letter by the system. In my case, it is drive F:
again.
K. Go back to the Administrative Command Prompt and type the following command to add the installa- tion to the Boot Menu:
bcdboot F:\windows

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L. Once the command finishes, you will now have the new Windows 8 entry in your boot menu.

Further Information:
F: Commands to add an existing VHD to your boot menu:
bcdedit /copy {originalguid} /d “New Windows 7 Installation” bcdedit /set {newguid} device vhd=[D:]\Im- age.vhd
bcdedit /set {newguid} osdevice vhd=[D:]\Image.vhd
bcdedit /set {newguid} detecthal on

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