You work as a Server Administrator for company Inc. The company has a Windows-based network
environment. All client computers on the network run Windows 10 Pro and all servers run Windows Server
You want to remove some applications and registry entries of the server. For this, you edit the registry and
restart the system. You find that the system stops responding even before the logon screen appears. You
want to restore the system to its previous configuration.
What will you do?
A. Restart the system using the Last Known Good Configuration option.
B. Restart the system using the Repair Your Computer option.
C. Restart the system using the Enable Boot Logging option.
D. Restart the system using the Directory Services Restore Mode option.
In order to restore the system to its previous configuration, you should restart the system using the Last
Known Good Configuration option. The Last Known Good Configuration option is used to start Windows
with the last registry and driver configuration that worked successfully.
B: The Repair Your Computer option is used to display a list of system recovery tools that can be used to
repair startup problems, run diagnostics, and restore the system.
C: The Enable Boot Logging option is used to create the ntbtlog.txt file to list all the drivers that are installed
D: The Directory Services Restore Mode option is used to start Windows domain controller running Active
Directory so that the directory service can be restored.