Exam 98-349: Windows Operating System Fundamentals/Managing Applications
This lesson covers Managing Applications. It looks at application installations, User Account Control, malicious software, services, and application virtualization.
Activity 1 - Understand Application Installations[edit | edit source]
This objective may include but is not limited to: understanding local vs. network applications, Group Policy, and application removal.
- Read Group Policy.
- Read Group Policy Software Installation Overview.
- Read Install a program + FAQ
- Read Uninstall or Change a Program + FAQ.
Activity 2 - Understand User Account Control (UAC)[edit | edit source]
This objective may include but is not limited to: understanding standard user vs. administrative user, understanding types of UAC prompts and levels.
- Read User Account Control + What is UAC? + What are UAC settings?
- Read What is a user account? + FAQ + Recommended Links.
- Read What is an administrator account?
- Read What is a standard user account?
- Read What is a guest account?
Activity 3 - Remove Malicious Software[edit | edit source]
This objective may include but is not limited to: understanding Windows Defender, Action Center, the Malicious Software Removal tool, Windows Registry, and Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection.
- Read Windows Defender.
- Read Action Center + What is Action Center?.
- Read Malicious Software Removal Tool.
- Read What is the registry? + What is Registry Editor?
- Read What is Microsoft Security Essentials?
Activity 4 - Understand Services[edit | edit source]
This objective may include but is not limited to: understanding service start-up types, service accounts, and service dependencies.
- Read Default Settings for Services.
- Read Configure How a Service Is Started.
- Read Start, Stop, Pause, Resume, or Restart a Service.
Activity 5 - Understand Application Virtualization[edit | edit source]
This objective may include but is not limited to: understanding Med-V and VDI.
- Read Overview of Application Virtualization.
- Read Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (Med-V).