98-349 | You are testing a Windows Vista to Windows 7 upgrade…

Following is 98-349 | You are testing a Windows Vista to Windows 7 upgrade… from latest Microsoft practice test.

Question: 20

You are testing a Windows Vista to Windows 7 upgrade. You have created an identical copy of the current environment and AD domain. You log into the test computer with an account that only has domain permissions. You insert the Windows 7 installation media into the test server and start the installation process. However, the installation process quits and informs you that you do not have the proper permissions to perform the installation. What levels of permissions are required to upgrade the test computer?

A. Domain Admin
B. Power user
C. Print Operator
D. Backup

Answer: A

Explanation:

In a domain-based network, to upgrade the computer to Windows 7, a user account with Domain Admin permissions will be required.
Answer: B is incorrect. Power user is a local account. It will not allow you to upgrade the operating system.
Answer: D and C are incorrect. These domain permissions will not meet the minimum requirements for performing an operating system upgrade.