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QUESTION 41
You have a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.
You need to view the installation progress of an advertisement from a client computer.
Which log file should you view?

A.    policyevaluator.log
B.    ccmexec.log
C.    execmgr.log
D.    offermgr.log

Answer: C

QUESTION 42
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.
You write the following query:
select SYS.Name from SMS_R_System SYS
join SMS_G_Syatem_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS ARP
on ARP.ResourceId = SYS.ResourceId
You need to create a list of all the client computers that have a version of Visual Studio installed.
What should you add to the query?

A.    where ARP.DisplayName like “Visual Studio*”
B.    where ARP.DisplayName = “*Visual Studio*”
C.    where ARP.DisplayNarae = “%%Visual Studio”
D.    where ARP.DisplayName like “Visual studio%”

Answer: D
Explanation:
You need to use “Like” not “=” otherwise the WildCard “%” is seen as a real identifier. Better to use % compared to *. With % you would only get different versions of Visual Studio and not other applications with names starting with Visual Studio.

QUESTION 43
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.
You need to receive an email message every day that lists all non-compliant clients.
What should you do?

A.    Create an alert subscription.
B.    Configure a Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) report.
C.    Configure an in-console alert.
D.    Create a ConfigMgr query.

Answer: B
Explanation:
Configure report subscription is with the same procedure as standard SQL report service
http://be.enhansoft.com/post/2013/08/14/How-to-Set-up-an-Email-Subscription-in-SSRS.aspx

QUESTION 44
Note: This question is part of a series of questions that use the same set of answer choices.
An answer choice may be correct for more than one question in the series.
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)


The network contains six servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

You plan to deploy servers to the perimeter network by using Configuration Manager.
The operating system for each server will be instated over the network.
The installations will begin automatically, as soon as each server starts for the first time.
You need to recommend a solution to minimize the amount of network traffic between the perimeter network and the internal network during the installation of the operating systems.
What should you do?

A.    Install a software update point on Server3.
B.    Configure IIS to support only HTTP on Server3.
C.    Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server5.
D.    Install a management point on Server5.
E.    Install Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) on Server3.
F.    Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server6.
G.    Install the Windows Cluster service on Server6.
H.    Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server4.
I.    Install a management point on Server2.
J.    Install a protected distribution point on Server1.
K.    Install the Windows Cluster service on Server3.
L.    Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server3.
M.    Configure the Exchange connector on Server3.
N.    Configure IIS to support only HTTPS on Server5.
O.    Install an enrollment proxy point on Server6.

Answer: C
Explanation:
Administration, Site config, Servers and Site System Roles, DP role, properties, PXE tab
Topology Sample: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb633059.aspx

QUESTION 45
Note: This question is part of a series of questions that use the same set of answer choices.
An answer choice may be correct for more than one question in the series.
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

The network contains six servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.


A corporate security policy states that remote computers are forbidden to communicate directly with servers on the internal network.
You need to ensure that you collect inventory data from the remote computers.
What should you do?

A.    Install Windows Server Update Serves (WSUS) on Server3.
B.    Configure the Exchange connector on Server3.
C.    Install a management point on Server2.
D.    Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Servers.
E.    Install a software update point on Server3.
F.    Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server6.
G.    Install an enrollment proxy point on Server6.
H.    Install the Windows Cluster service on Server3.
I.    Install a protected distribution point on Server1.
J.    Configure IIS to support only HTTPS on Servers.
K.    Install a management point on Server5.
L.    Install the Windows Cluster service on Server6.
M.    Configure IIS to support only HTTP on Servers.
N.    Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server3.
O.    Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server4.

Answer: K
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712701.aspx
Planning for Communications in Configuration Manager
Planning for Communications Across Forests in Configuration Manager
When your Configuration Manager design spans multiple Active Directory domains and forests, use the additional information in the following table to help you plan for the following types of communication:
Communication in a site that spans forests:
Does not require a two-way forest trust.
To support clients primary sites support the installation of each site system role on computers in other forests.
Note: Two exceptions are the out of band service point and the Application Catalog web service point. Each must be installed in the same forest as the site server.
When the site system role accepts connections from the Internet, as a security best practice, install these site system roles in an untrusted forest (for example, in a perimeter network) so that the forest boundary provides protection for the site server.
When you specify a computer to be a site system server, you must specify the Site System Installation Account. This account must have local administrative credentials to connect to, and then install site system roles on the specified computer.
When you install a site system role in an untrusted forest, you must select the site system option Require the site server to initiate connections to this site system. This configuration enables the site server to establish connections to the site system server to transfer data. This prevents the site system server that is in the untrusted location from initiating contact with the site server that is inside your trusted network. These connections use the Site System Installation Account that you use to install the site system server.
The management point and enrollment point site system roles connect to the site database. By default, when these site system roles are installed, Configuration Manager configures the computer account of the new site system server as the connection account and adds the account to the appropriate SQL Server database role. When you install these site system roles in an untrusted domain, you must configure the site system role connection account to enable the site system role to obtain information from the database.
If you configure a domain user account for these connection accounts, ensure that the account has appropriate access to the SQL Server database at that site:
* Management point: Management Point Database Connection Account
* Enrollment point: Enrollment Point Connection Account
Consider the following additional information when you plan for site system roles in other forests:
* If you run a Windows Firewall, configure the applicable firewall profiles to pass communications between the site database server and computers that are installed with remote site system roles.
* When the Internet-based management point trusts the forest that contains the user accounts, user policies are supported. When no trust exists, only computer policies are supported.

QUESTION 46
Note: This question is part of a series of questions that use the same set of answer choices.
An answer choice may be correct for more than one question in the series.
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

The network contains six servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

Administrators currently apply software updates to servers manually.
You discover that Server4 was never updated.
You need to centrally manage software updates for all of the servers by using configuration Manager.
What should you do first?

A.    Install a management point on Server5.
B.    Configure IIS to support only HTTPS on Servers.
C.    Install a management point on Server2.
D.    Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server3.
E.    Install an enrollment proxy point on Server6.
F.    Configure IIS to support only HTTP on Server3.
G.    Configure the Exchange connector on Server3.
H.    Install Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Server6.
I.    Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Servers.
J.    Install the Windows Cluster service on Server3.
K.    Install a PXE-enabled protected distribution point on Server4
L.    Install the Windows Cluster service on Server6.
M.    Install Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) on Server3.
N.    Install a protected distribution point on Server1.
O.    Install a software update point on Server3.

Answer: M
Explanation:
A WSUS service will simplify and automate software updates for all servers from a single management interface.

QUESTION 47
You need to configure connectors between the System Center 2012 components to meet the administrative requirements.
Between which System Center 2012 components should you configure the connectors?

A.    Operations Manager and Orchestrator
B.    Service Manager and VMM
C.    Operations Manager and Service Manager
D.    Configuration Manager and Service Manager

Answer: C

QUESTION 48
Your company has a production network and a test network.
Both networks have System Center 2012 Configuration Manager deployed.
You create the following objects on the test network:
– A configuration item named SQLServerCI
– A configuration baseline named SQLServerBaseline that contains the configuration item
– A collection named SQLServers that contains all of the servers on the test network that run Microsoft SQL Server
You export the configuration baseline to SQLServerBaseline.cab.
You open the Configuration Manager console, you click Assets and Compliance, and then you expand Compliance Settings.
You need to apply the configuration baseline to the servers on the production network that run SQL Server.
You create a collection named SQLServers that contains all SQL Servers from the production network.
What should you do next? (Choose all that apply.)

A.    Right-click SQLServersBaseline, select Categorize, and then select Server.
B.    Right-click SQLServerCI, select Export, and then specify SQLServer Baseline.cab as the export file.
C.    Right-click SQLServersBaseline, select Deploy, and then select the SQLServers collection.
D.    Right-click Configuration Baselines, and then select Import Configuration Data
E.    Right-click SQLServersBaseline, and then select Properties. In the Deployments tab, type SQLServers in the Filter… box

Answer: CD
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh691016.aspx
How to Import Configuration Data in Configuration Manager
In addition to creating configuration baselines and configuration items in the System Center  2012 Configuration Manager console, you can import configuration data if it is contained in a cabinet (.cab) file format and adheres to the supported SML schema. You can import configuration data from the following sources:
Best practice configuration data (Configuration Packs) that has been downloaded from Microsoft or from other software vendor sites.
Configuration data that has been exported from System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
Configuration data that was externally authored and that conforms to the Service Modeling Language (SML) schema.
How to Import Configuration Data
When you import a configuration baseline, some or all of the configuration items that are referenced in the configuration baseline might also be included in the cabinet file. During the import process, Configuration Manager verifies that all of the configuration items that are referenced in the configuration baseline are either also included in the cabinet file or already exist in the Configuration Manager site. The import process fails if you attempt to import a configuration baseline that references configuration data that Configuration Manager cannot locate.
To import configuration data
1. In the Configuration Manager console, click Assets and Compliance.
2. In the Assets and Compliance workspace, expand Configuration Items or Configuration Baselines, and then in the Home tab, in the Create group, click Import Configuration Data.
3. On the Select Files page of the Import Configuration Data Wizard, click Add, and then in the Open dialog box, select the .cab files you want to import.
4. Select the Create a new copy of the imported configuration baselines and configuration items check box if you want the imported configuration data to be editable in the Configuration Manager console.
5. On the Summary page of the wizard, review the actions that will be taken, and then complete the wizard.
The imported configuration data displays in the Compliance Settings node in the Assets
and Compliance workspace.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh219289.aspx
How to Deploy Configuration Baselines in Configuration Manager
Configuration baselines in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager must be deployed to one or more collections of users or devices before client devices in those collections can assess their compliance with the configuration baseline.
Use the Deploy Configuration Baselines dialog box to define configuration baseline deployments, which includes adding or removing configuration baselines from deployments in addition to specifying the evaluation schedule.
To deploy a configuration baseline
1. In the Configuration Manager console, click Assets and Compliance.
2. In the Assets and Compliance workspace, expand Compliance Settings, and then click Configuration Baselines.
3. In the Configuration Baselines list, select the configuration baseline that you want to deploy, and then in the Home tab, in the Deployment group, click Deploy.
4. In the Deploy Configuration Baselines dialog box, select the configuration baselines that you want to deploy in the Available configuration baselines list. Click Add to add these to the selected configuration baselines list.
5. Specify the following additional information:
* Remediate noncompliant rules when supported – Enable this option to automatically remediate any rules that are noncompliant for Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), the registry, scripts, and all settings for mobile devices that are enrolled by Configuration Manager.
* Allow remediation outside the maintenance window – If a maintenance window has been configured for the collection to which you are deploying the configuration baseline, enable this option to let compliance settings remediate the value outside of the maintenance window.
6. Generate an alert – Enable this option to configure an alert that is generated if the configuration baseline compliance is less than a specified percentage by a specified date and time. You can also specify whether you want an alert to be sent to System Center Operations Manager.
7. Collection: Click Browse to select the collection where you want to deploy the configuration baseline.
8. Specify the compliance evaluation schedule for this configuration baseline: Specifies the schedule by which the deployed configuration baseline is evaluated on client computers.
This can be either a simple or a custom schedule.
9. Click OK to close the Deploy Configuration Baselines dialog box and to create the deployment.

QUESTION 49
Drag and Drop Question
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.
Your company has a security policy that contains mandatory registry settings for all servers.
You have a collection named Servers that contains all of the servers.
You need to identify which servers do not comply with the security policy.
What should you do?
To answer, move the four appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.

Answer:

Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh519648.aspx
Configuration Items in System Center 2012 – Service Manager
Configuration items are a way to store information about services, computers, software, software updates, users and other undefined imported objects in the Service Manager database in System Center 2012 – Service Manager.
You can then select configuration items when you submit forms, such as an incident form, a change request form, or a work item form.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712268.aspx
How to Create Configuration Baselines for Compliance Settings in Configuration Manager
Configuration baselines in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager contain predefined configuration items and optionally, other configuration baselines. After a configuration baseline is created, you can deploy it to a collection so that devices in that collection download the configuration baseline and assess their compliance with it.
To create a configuration baseline
In the Configuration Manager console, click Assets and Compliance.
In the Assets and Compliance workspace, expand Compliance Settings, and then click Configuration Baselines.
On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Configuration Baseline.
In the Create Configuration Baseline dialog box, enter a unique name and a description for the configuration baseline. You can use a maximum of 255 characters for the name and 512 characters for the description.
The Configuration data list displays all configuration items or configuration baselines that are included in this configuration baseline. Click Add to add a new configuration item or configuration baseline to the list. You can choose from the following:
* Configuration Items
* Software Updates
* Configuration Baselines
Use the Change Purpose list to specify the behavior of a configuration item that you have selected in the Configuration data list. You can select from the following:
* Required: The configuration baseline is evaluated as noncompliant if the configuration item is not detected on a client device. If it is detected, it is evaluated for compliance
* Optional: The configuration item is only evaluated for compliance if the application it references is found on client computers. If the application is not found, the configuration baseline is not marked as noncompliant (only applicable to application configuration items).
* Prohibited: The configuration baseline is evaluated as noncompliant if the configuration item is detected on client computers (only applicable to application configuration items).
Use the Change Revision list to select a specific or the latest revision of the configuration item to assess for compliance on client devices or select Always Use Latest to always use the latest revision.
If you want to remove a configuration item from the configuration baseline, select a configuration item, and then click Remove.
Click OK to close the Create Configuration Baseline dialog box and to create the configuration baseline.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh219289.aspx
How to Deploy Configuration Baselines in Configuration Manager
Configuration baselines in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager must be deployed to one or more collections of users or devices before client devices in those collections can assess their compliance with the configuration baseline.
Use the Deploy Configuration Baselines dialog box to define configuration baseline deployments, which includes adding or removing configuration baselines from deployments in addition to specifying the evaluation schedule.

QUESTION 50
Your company has 2,000 desktop computers and 450 portable computers. The desktop computers run Windows 7 Enterprise (x64) and the portable computers run Windows 7 Professional (x86). The network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.
You create a configuration baseline that is targeted to all of the computers.
You discover that you fail to receive compliance information for the configuration baseline from the portable computers.
You receive compliance information for the configuration baseline from the desktop computers. You receive compliance information for other configuration baselines from all of the computers. You need to ensure that you receive compliance information for the configuration baseline from all of the computers.
What should you do?

A.    Add the configuration item to a new configuration baseline.
B.    Create a collection containing the portable computers and assign the configuration baseline to the collection.
C.    Create custom client settings for the portable computers and enable Compliance Settings.
D.    Configure the configuration item to be evaluated on all Windows 7 operating systems.

Answer: D
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682139.aspx
Introduction to Compliance Settings in Configuration Manager
Compliance settings in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager provides a unified interface and user experience that lets you manage the configuration and compliance of servers, laptops, desktop computers, and mobile devices in your organization. Compliance settings contains tools to help you assess the compliance of users and client devices for many configurations, such as whether the correct Windows operating system versions are installed and configured appropriately, whether all required applications are installed and configured correctly, whether optional applications are configured appropriately, and whether prohibited applications are installed. Additionally, you can check for compliance with software updates, security settings, and mobile devices. Configuration item settings of the type Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), registry, script, and all mobile device settings in Configuration Manager let you automatically remediate noncompliant settings when they are found.
Compliance is evaluated by defining a configuration baseline that contains the configuration items that you want to evaluate and settings and rules that describe the level of compliance you must have. You can import this configuration data from the web in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Configuration Packs as best practices that are defined by Microsoft and other vendors, in Configuration Manager, and that you then import into Configuration Manager. Or, an administrative user can create new configuration items and configuration baselines.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh219289.aspx
How to Deploy Configuration Baselines in Configuration Manager
Configuration baselines in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager must be deployed to one or more collections of users or devices before client devices in those collections can assess their compliance with the configuration baseline.
Further information:
Question says: this and only this new baseline isn’t working on portable devices.
Reason: Maybe this baseline wasn’t deployed to those PCs.
The client/agent on all computers seems to be OK.

QUESTION 51
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manger environment.
You need to create a collection that contains all of the virtual machines.
Which query should you use?

A.    select * from SMS_R_System
where SMS_R_System.ResourceID not in
(select ResourceID from SMS_R_System
where SMS_R_System.IsVirtualMachine != 1)
B.    select * from SMS_R_System
where SMS_R_System.IsVirtualMachine != 1
C.    select * from SMS_R_System
where SMS_R_System.IsVirtualMachine = 1
D.    select * from SMS_R_System
where SMS_R_System.ResourceID not in
(select ResourceID from|SMS_R_System
where SMS_R_System.IsVirtualMachine = 1)

Answer: C
Explanation:
SELECT all FROM Systems Table
WHERE System property IsVirtualMachine = TRUE

QUESTION 52
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment. The environment contains a primary site server named Server1 and a server named Server2 that runs Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.
Server2 contains the Configuration Manager database. Server2 fails.
You install SQL Server 2008 R2 on a new server.
You name the server Server2.
You need to restore the Configuration Manager database to the new server.
What should you do?

A.    From Server1, run the Site Repair Wizard.
B.    From Server1, run the Configuration Manager 2012 Setup Wizard.
C.    From Server2, run Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and then attach the backed up SQL Server database and log files.
D.    From Server2, run Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and then restore the backed up SQL Server database and log files.

Answer: B
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712697.aspx
Backup and Recovery in Configuration Manager
Recover a Configuration Manager Site
A Configuration Manager site recovery is required whenever a Configuration Manager site fails or data loss occurs in the site database. Repairing and resynchronizing data are the core tasks of a site recovery and are required to prevent interruption of operations. Site recovery is started by running the Configuration Manager Setup Wizard from installation media or by configuring the unattended installation script and then using the Setup command /script option. Your recovery options vary depending on whether you have a backup of the Configuration Manager site database.
Site Database Recovery Options
When you run Setup, you have the following recovery options for the site database:
* Recover the site database using a backup set: Use this option when you have a backup
of the Configuration Manager site database that was created as part of the Backup Site Server maintenance task run on the site before the site database failure. When you have a hierarchy, the changes that were made to the site database after the last site database backup are retrieved from the central administration site for a primary site, or from a reference primary site for a central administration site. When you recover the site database for a stand-alone primary site, you lose site changes after the last backup.
When you recover the site database for a site in a hierarchy, the recovery behavior is different for a central administration site and primary site, and when the last backup is inside or outside of the SQL Server change tracking retention period.
Further information:
SCCM 2007 needed you to run Site Repair Wizard.

QUESTION 53
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manger environment.
You need to create a report that list all of the client computers that have an application named App1 installed.
Which query should you use to create the report?

A.    SELECT SYS.Netbios_Name0, ARP.DisplayName0
FROM v_R_Sytem AS SYS INNER JOIN
v_GS_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS AS ARP ON SYS.ResourceID = ARP.
ResourceID WHERE ARP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE ‘App1’
B.    SELECT SYS.Netbios_Name0 from v_R_System SYS
WHERE SYS.ResourceID NOT IN
(SELECT SYS.ResouceID
FROM v_R_System AS SYS INNER JOIN
v_GS_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS AS ARP ON SYS.ResourceID = ARP.
ResourceID WHERE ARP.DisplayName0 = ‘App1’)
C.    SELECT SYS.Netbios_Name0, ARP.DisplayName0
FROM v_R_Sytem AS SYS INNER JOIN
v_GS_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS AS ARP ON SYS.ResourceID = ARP.
ResourceID WHERE ARP.DisplayName0 NOT IN (‘App1’)
D.    SELECT SYS.Netbios_Name0 from v_R_System SYS
WHERE SYS.ResourceID IN
(SELECT SYS.ResouceID
FROM v_R_System AS SYS INNER JOIN
v_GS_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS AS ARP ON SYS.ResourceID = ARP.
ResourceID WHERE ARP.DisplayName0 = ‘App1’)

Answer: D
Explanation:
SELECT computer name FROM table v_R_System  (SQL Syntax)
WHERE  resource ResourceID is IN
Add Remove Programs WHERE  DisplayName0 = ‘App1’
http://www.w3schools.com/sql/sql_join_inner.asp
SQL INNER JOIN Keyword
The INNER JOIN keyword returns rows when there is at least one match in both tables.

QUESTION 54
Your network contains a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment.
You create a report that lists compliance information.
You schedule the report to run every day at 20:00.
You need to ensure that on Friday, you can review the results of the report created on the previous Monday.
What should you configure the report to do?

A.    Use snapshots.
B.    Use caching.
C.    Render on Friday.
D.    Use a shared schedule.

Answer: A
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms156325.aspx
Creating, Modifying, and Deleting Snapshots in Report History
Report history is a collection of report snapshots.
You can maintain report history by adding and deleting snapshots, or by modifying properties that affect report history storage.
You can create report history manually or on a schedule.
Further information:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms157447.aspx
Cache a Report (Report Manager)
One way to improve performance is to configure caching properties for a report. When a report is cached, a copy of the rendered report is saved for a short period of time. The first user who requests the report must wait for all processing to complete before viewing the report. Subsequent users who request the report within the caching period can view it right away because processing has already occurred.

QUESTION 55
Your company uses System Center 2012 Configuration Manager to distribute operating system images.
You receive 300 new client computers. All of the client computers have the same hardware configuration. When you attempt to deploy a Windows 7 image to one of the client computers, you receive an error message indicating that a storage device cannot be found during the pre-boot deployment phase.
You need to ensure that you can deploy Windows 7 to the new client computers by using an image.
What should you do?

A.    Import the storage drivers to the Drivers container and update the task sequence.
B.    Create a new driver package and update the task sequence.
C.    Update the existing boot image to include the storage drivers.
D.    Clear the contents of the Drivers container and update the task sequence.

Answer: C
Explanation:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712674.aspx
Planning a Device Driver Strategy in Configuration Manager

Planning a Device Driver Strategy in Configuration Manager
You can add Windows device drivers that have been imported into the driver catalog to boot images. Use the following guidelines when you add device drivers to a boot image:
* Add only mass storage and network adapter device drivers to boot images because other types of drivers are not generally required. Drivers that are not required increase the size of the boot image unnecessarily.
* Add only device drivers for Windows 7 to a boot image because the required version of Windows PE is based on Windows 7.
* Ensure that you use the correct device driver for the architecture of the boot image. Do not add an x86 device driver to an x64 boot image.

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