Havent posted in a while because ive been busy working (surprisingly), gaming at the local comic shop and generally just going through test questions. I feel that im just about ready to take the test again and im fairly certain ill fail but it will be by a small margin and if that happens im going to try the official MSFT pretest and see if that can’t get me up to passing on my last free shot. Im not completely convinced that its passable but im also not convinced that im capable of passing it at my current level of experience/knowledge.
Im hoping to get an MCSA at some point but it for sure will not be on 2012 and who knows if “god” will see fit that a person such as myself should be so presumptuous as to assume that i might be allowed to be so ambitious mostly just for fun because its clearly not making me rich. Anyway I guess we can get into the last 9 that I got wrong on a test that provided 45 questions done in 30 mins with a 71. I think there are also a few in this lot that are from a test where I tried all the questions and got a 90 but it wasn’t timed.
Im honestly not sure how I got this one wrong. I know this one, you enable it (it being branch office printing) on the server and then update.
I think I got this one wrong on my test where I scored a 71, an 80 is passing on measure up and I really feel like I knew this one so it’s a bit disappointing that I got it wrong.
This is memorizing and I just got it wrong. note to self, its the long one with “yes” other than that im clueless and im sure it will probably change with the next version of PS so im not really sweating it.
I also know this one for sure so im not sure how I got it wrong but apparently I did so im posting it here to remind myself of the correct answer.
No complicated ideas that require videos here, just remember where a task is done. It almost seems like it should be PowerShell but its not for some reason. So if you need to protect something from accidental deletion, ADAC. Got it. Maybe.
I have 5 more to do and I will take care of those later tonight. None of them should take too long either, thankfully. I wonder how hard the MSFT test will be. Hopefully I will learn a whole bunch of new stuff from it. Actually, hopefully I’ll just pass the test and not have to
worry about it.