Because this exam is about desktop virtualization, the exam places a very heavy emphasis on application virtualization. Therefore, it is important to make sure that you have a firm grasp on using App-V to virtualize an application and that you know how to deploy a virtualized application to a virtual desktop. You may also be tested on using the Active Directory to publish applications.
It is also advisable to spend some time working with user profiles. This exam expects you to know the difference between local, roaming, and mandatory profiles. You will also be expected to know how to perform profile redirection and folder redirection.
Finally, spend some time working with Med-V, especially as it relates to creating, managing, and deploying Windows 7 images. As you prepare for the exam, make sure that you know how to configure and use Windows 7’s Windows XP Mode feature, as there are usually some questions relating to Windows XP Mode.
Recommended Study Resources
Microsoft offers two separate classroom training classes aimed at helping IT pros to prepare for this exam. These classes are:
Microsoft doesn’t offer any Microsoft Press books or study guides related to this exam and there aren’t many third party study resources that have been developed specifically for this exam. However, the Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services Resource Kit should prove to be helpful in preparing for this exam.