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You are creating an application for computers that run Windows XP or later. This application must run after the computer starts. The user must not be aware that the application is running.
The application performs tasks that require permissions that the logged-in user does not have. Which type of application allows this behavior?

  1. Windows Service application
  2. Windows Forms application
  3. DOS batch file
  4. Terminate-and-stay-resident (TSR) program
  5. Windows Store app

Answer(s): A



What are the three basic states that a Windows service can be in? (Choose three.)

  1. halted
  2. running
  3. stopped
  4. paused
  5. starting

Answer(s): B,D

Explanation:

A service can exist in one of three basic states: Running, Paused, or StoppeD.



You have a Windows Service running in the context of an account that acts as a non-privileged user on the local computer. The account presents anonymous credentials to any remote server.
What is the security context of the Windows Service?

  1. LocalSystem
  2. User
  3. NetworkService
  4. LocalService

Answer(s): D

Explanation:

LocalService , which runs in the context of an account that acts as a non-privileged user on the local computer, and presents anonymous credentials to any remote server;



This question requires that you evaluate the underlined text to determine if it is correct. Arguments are passed to console applications as a Hashtable object.
Select the correct answer if the underlined text does not make the statement correct. Select "No change is needed'' if the underlined text makes the statement correct.

  1. No change is needed
  2. String Array
  3. StoredProcedureCollection
  4. Dictionary

Answer(s): B

Explanation:

Arguments are passed to console applications as a String Array object.



You run the following code:


What is the value of result when the code has completed?

  1. 0
  2. 10
  3. 20
  4. 30

Answer(s): B

Explanation:

The conditional-OR operator (||) performs a logical-OR of its bool operands. If the first operand evaluates to true, the second operand isn't evaluateD. If the first operand evaluates to false, the second operator determines whether the OR expression as a whole evaluates to true or false.