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A company is implementing smart cards to authenticate users. Users must be able to self-provision their smart cards by using the
One-Time Password (OTP) feature.
You must configure a RADIUS server with software distribution tokens and ensure that communication ports are open, a shared secret
has been created, user accounts corresponding to Active Directory Domain Services have been created on the RADIUS server, and the
Remote Access server has been configured as a RADIUS authentication agent before you can configure he OTP support.
Evaluate the Assertion and Reason statements and choose the correct answer option.
A. Both the Assertion and Reason are true, and the Reason is the correct explanation for the Assertion,
B. Both the Assertion and Reason are true, but the Reason is not the correct explanation for the Assertion.
C. The Assertion is true, but the Reason is false.
D. The Assertion is false, but the Reason is true.
E. Both the Assertion and the Reason are false.
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The answer should be NO ! because the account needs also be a member of Remote management users.
See answer on microsoft technet link
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On a server running Windows Server 2012 R2, install the IPAM feature by using Add Roles and Features (in Server Manager) or Windows PowerShell commands. Then configure the IPAM server as described in the relevant IPAM documentation. Examples of IPAM topics on TechNet are IP Address Management (IPAM) Overview and Checklist: Deploy IPAM Server.
The IPAM server must be installed on a domain member computer, and must meet other requirements that are described in Install IPAM Server.
Create or identify a domain account and, to avoid issues with expiration of the password, ensure that the account is set to never expire. Then, on the IPAM server, ensure that the account has at least the minimum necessary permissions by adding the account to the following two groups:
IPAM ASM Administrators: A local group that exists on all IPAM servers, and provides permissions for IP address space management (ASM). For more information, see Assign Administrator Roles.
Remote Management Users: A built-in group that provides access to WMI resources through management protocols, such as WS-Management through the Windows Remote Management service.Click to expand...
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"Your company has a main office and a branch office." So we have established there is 1 Main Office and 1 Branch Office.
"The main office and Two The branch office" This is not English mecbeau. It makes no sense. Are you trying to say that there is now 2 Branch Offices?? You need to be more accurate in what you are saying. Please correct your typo's so we can attempt to properly answer the question.
New Question - DNS
Your network contains an Active Directory forest named corp.adatum.com. All servers run Windows Server 2012.
A perimeter network contains two servers named Server1 and Server2 that are accessed from the internet and host the adatum.com namespace.
Client computers in the perimeter network use Server1 and Server2 for name resolution.
You need to implement a name resolution for Server1 and Server2 that meets the following requirements:
* Client computers in the perimeter network must be able to resolve names in the corp.adatum.com domain.
* Server1 and Server2 must only contain resource records for adatum.com.
Which DNS configuration should you implement on Server1 and Server2?
To answer, drag the appropriate DNS configuration to the correct location in the answer area. Each DNS configuration may be used once, more than once, or not at all. Additionally, you may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
a conditional forwarder
a zone delegation
a stub zone
SERVER1: a stub zone
SERVER2: a stub zone
Does anyone disagree. This question is phrased differently compared to the other versions we are all used to seeing in the VCE Dump.
[h=2]delegation of control - (asked differently!)[/h]I had the delegation of control question in my exam and it phrased differently.
Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com.
On several organizational units (OUs), an administrator named Admin1 plans to delegate control of custom tasks.
OLD WAY: "You need to ensure that Admin1 can delegate a custom task named Task1 by using the Delegation of Control Wizard."
What should you do?
A. Add a new class to the Active Directory schema.
B. Configure a custom MMC console.
C. Modify the Delegwiz.inf file.
D. Configure a new authorization store by using Authorization Manager.
NEW WAY: "You need to ensure that the custom tasks appear in the list of tasks that can be delegated from the Delegation of Control wizard."
Same answer options!
Not sure is it the same answer "Delegwiz". What do you think?
To create a custom task you need to edit the Delegwiz.inf file
To delegate a custom task you can use MMC
First you need to create a custom task by using the Delegwiz.inf file.
After that the new custom task wil be visible when you use Delegation of Control Wizard...I think.