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| Exam Topics Covered |
This is a Technical Specialist exam, designed to assess candidates’ hands-on skills building and deploying Windows Embedded Standard 7 images.
| Audience Profile |
Candidates for this exam have at least one year of experience in an embedded system environment developing for embedded devices by using Windows XP Embedded or later. Candidates should also have at least six months of experience using Windows Embedded Standard 2011.
They should also have functional knowledge of how to build and configure the runtime image. In addition, they should have strong familiarity with administering Windows systems, deploying to a variety of hardware platforms, and troubleshooting device driver installations.
Candidates for this exam should also have experience with the following:
- Windows security
- deployment options and methodologies
- Embedded Enabling Features (EEFs)
- Image Builder Wizard (IBW) and Image Configuration Editor (ICE)
- servicing deployed systems
| Credit Toward CertificationWhen you pass Exam 70-582: TS: Windows Embedded Standard 7 for Developers, you complete the requirements for the following certification(s):MCTS: Windows Embedded Standard 7 |
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