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Course 10248: Assessing Application Compatibility in Windows 7

Audience(s): IT Professional
Technology: Windows 7
Language: English
Published: 01-Apr-2010
Completion Time: 2 Hours
Available Offline: Yes
This two-hour course describes how you can assess and resolve application compatibility issues in Windows 7 by using ACT 5.5.

This course covers the following topics:
  • Overview of Application Compatibility
  • Resolving Application Compatibility Issues
  • Assessing Compatibility Issues by Using ACT 5.5
  • Resolving Application Compatibility Issues by Using ACT 5.5

This course helps you prepare for the Exam 70-686, Pro: Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Administrator.

The prerequisites for this course are as follows:
  • Ability to install and configure Windows 7 clients
  • Solid knowledge of TCP/IP, networking concepts, and Active Directory
  • Familiarity with administration, management, deployment, packaging, and imaging tools
  • Ability to work in a team, create proposals, and make budget recommendations

Note to Windows XP Users: Labs in this course will support Windows XP SP3 and above versions. Users with Windows XP SP2 or lower version will need to upgrade to Windows XP SP3 to use these labs as Microsoft has discontinued its support for the older versions.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
  • Describe the process and guidelines for testing applications for compatibility.
  • Describe the process and guidelines for resolving common application compatibility issues during an operating system deployment.
  • Inventory and analyze application compatibility issues by using ACT 5.5
  • Mitigate application compatibility issues by using ACT 5.5.