70 - 685 Question: AppLocker Rule / is there anything missing in the question?

testbustertestbuster Junior MemberMember Posts: 16 ■■■□□□□□□□
The question is like this:

You deploy Microsoft Office 2007 to a pilot group in the main office.

Users in the pilot group report that all of the Office 2007 applications run successfully.

You deploy Office 2007 to users in the New York call center. The call center users report that they are unable to launch the Office 2007 applications.

You need to ensure that the call center users can run all of the Office 2007 applications.

What should you do?

Modify the AppLocker rule.

Disable User Account Control (UAC).

Deploy the 2007 Office system Administrative Template files.

Configure the Office 2007 applications to run in Windows Vista compatibility mode.

They said the answer is one. I have no clue why it is. I guess there must be some information missing. Any thoughts? Thanks, guys in advance.


  • kriscamaro68kriscamaro68 Senior Member Member Posts: 1,186 ■■■■■■■□□□
    It seems as though some important info is left out. With that said you can rule out c and d. Also because UAC should not stop Office from running do to the fact that it is already installed and won't be making changes to the system you can kinda rule that option out. That leaves you with a unknown applocker rule that is never talked about blocking office.
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