IT Essentials Final Exam Answers Form B v6.0 2018 2019 100%

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  1. What is the purpose of RAID adapters?

    • to allow older PCI technology expansion slots to be used
    • to provide enhanced audio and graphic capabilities
    • to connect multiple storage devices for redundancy or speed
    • to connect peripheral devices to a PC to improve performance

      RAID 0 allows “striping” or writing data across two hard drives, but provides no redundancy. The other RAID versions provide redundancy.
  2. Which type of interface should a customer choose if connecting a single cable from a Microsoft Windows computer to output both audio and video to a high definition television?

    • DVI
    • HDMI
    • PS/2
    • DB-15

      The high definition multimedia interface or HDMI connector is used for outputting both audio and video on a single cable. A PS/2 port connects a keyboard or a mouse to a computer. Digital visual interfaces and DB-15 connectors are only used for video output.
  3. Which type of input device can identify users based on their voice?

    • digitizer
    • KVM switch
    • biometric identification device
    • scanner

      A biometric identification device is an input device that can identify a user based on a unique physical feature such as a fingerprint or voice. A digitizer is used with a stylus pen to design and create images or blueprints. A scanner is used to digitize an image or document. A KVM switch can connect multiple computers to one keyboard, monitor, and mouse.
  4. What type of external storage should be used by a technician to back up over 2 TB of music and video data files?

    • CompactFlash card
    • external flash drive
    • external hard drive
    • Secure Digital card

      An external hard drive will provide for the largest amount of data storage for backing up the music and video data files. CompactFlash and Secure Digital card technology does not support as much data storage as an external hard drive. A USB flash drive does not hold as much data storage as an external hard drive.
  5. What type of device provides power to a computer and allows it to be safely shut down in the event of a power loss?

    • surge suppressor
    • uninterruptible power supply
    • standby power supply
    • power inverter

      An uninterruptible power supply or UPS contains a battery backup that provides consistent power through brownouts and blackouts until the battery power is emptied. Many UPS systems can safely shut down a computer prior to the loss of battery power.
  6. Which measure can help control RFI effects on wireless networks?

    • Ensure the humidity and temperature levels are set as low as possible.
    • Ensure the number of wireless NICs exceeds the number of wireless phones.
    • Ensure the wireless network is on a different frequency than the offending source.
    • Ensure each wireless NIC is configured to operate at different frequencies from all other wireless NICs.

      A wireless network (IEEE 802.11) can be affected by radio frequency interference because it shares the same radio frequency range with other devices, such as cordless phones.
  7. What is the purpose of a Safety Data Sheet?

    • to specify procedures for dealing with potentially hazardous materials
    • to specify procedures in designing and building common computer systems
    • to specify procedures for the operation of sensitive components and prevention of electrostatic discharge
    • to specify procedures in the use of humidity control and prevention of moisture damage

      A Safety Data Sheet is a fact sheet that summarizes information about material identification, including hazardous ingredients that can affect personal health, fire hazards, and first-aid requirements. The SDS explains how to dispose of potentially hazardous materials in the safest manner.
  8. What can be tested with a digital multimeter?

    • wireless signal strength and access point positioning
    • basic functionality of computer ports
    • copper cable location
    • integrity of circuits in computer components

      A digital multimeter can test the integrity of circuits and the quality of electricity in computer components.
  9. When should a technician avoid wearing an antistatic wrist strap?

    • when installing RAM
    • when replacing a power supply unit
    • when installing a hard drive
    • when opening a computer case

      A power supply unit or CRT monitor are both able to retain large amounts of power after being turned off. These types of devices are too dangerous to connect an antistatic wrist strap to. Antistatic wrist straps are commonly worn when upgrading RAM or replacing a hard drive.
  10. Which solution should be used to clean a CPU and a heat sink?

    • soap and water
    • rubbing alcohol
    • a diluted ammonia solution
    • isopropyl alcohol

      Isopropyl alcohol should be used to clean the surface of a heat sink and CPU. All the other solutions contain impurities which may damage the CPU.

  11. Which two types of expansion slots would be used by a wireless NIC in a computer today? (Choose two.)

    • PCIe
    • AGP
    • PCI
    • DIMM
    • ISA

      Wireless NICs use PCI and PCIe expansion slots on the motherboard. AGP is for a video card, ISA is an obsolete expansion slot type, and DIMM slots hold RAM modules.
  12. When a PC is being assembled, what component is connected to the motherboard with a SATA cable?

    • the optical drive
    • the network interface card
    • the video card
    • the power supply

      SATA cables, or serial ATA cables, are used to carry data from drives to the motherboard.
  13. A technician is troubleshooting a computer that is experiencing hardware failure detected by the BIOS. What is one way this failure is indicated?

    • The computer automatically boots into Safe Mode and displays a warning on the screen.
    • The screen flashes with a red background and displays a warning message.
    • The computer emits a pattern of beeps indicating the failing device.
    • The computer returns an error message that indicates the I/O address of the failing device.

      Beep codes are a result of POST and these vary between computer vendors based on what BIOS is installed.
  14. Which three features can be configured in the BIOS settings to secure a computer? (Choose three.)

    • MAC filtering
    • drive encryption
    • TPM
    • file encryption
    • TKIP key
    • passwords

      Passwords, drive encryption, and TPM are BIOS configurable security features. File encryption, TKIP key, and MAC filtering are security features not configured within BIOS.
  15. What is the most important reason for a company to ensure that computer preventive maintenance is done?

    • Preventive maintenance provides an opportunity for junior technicians to obtain more experience in a non-threatening or problem environment.
    • Preventive maintenance helps to protect the computer equipment against future problems.
    • Preventive maintenance allows the IT department to regularly monitor the contents of user hard drives to ensure computer use policies are being followed.
    • Preventive maintenance enables the IT manager to check on the location and state of the computer assets.

      Preventive maintenance includes tasks such as cleaning the device, which can prolong the life of the device.
  16. A technician opens up a PC to work on it, and finds that it is very dusty inside. What should the technician do?

    • Ignore the dust, as it does not affect the computer.
    • Use a lint-free cloth sprayed with a cleaning solution to remove excess dust.
    • Use a can of compressed air to remove excess dust.
    • Use a moistened cotton swab to remove excess dust.

      Dust inside a PC can cause overheating, fan malfunction, and other problems. Liquid should not be used inside a PC to remove dust; compressed air will blow the dust away from where it has accumulated. Always hold the can upright and avoid dripping any of the fluid on the PC. Care should be taken to make sure that the compressed air does not blow materials back inside the case, and that fan blades are stabilized while using the compressed air.
  17. Which built-in tool is available on a Mac OS X machine to perform disk backups?

    • Disk Utility
    • Deja Dup
    • Finder
    • Time Machine

      Time Machine is an automatic backup utility in the Mac OS. The Mac Disk Utility allows an administrator to configure disk backups. The Deja Dup tool is a tool built into the Linux OS for backing up data. Finder is similar to the Windows File Explorer tool and is used to navigate the Mac OS file system.
  18. A computer technician performed a number of actions to correct a problem. Some actions did not solve the problem, but eventually a solution was found. What should be documented?

    • everything that was done to try to solve the problem
    • only the solution, because this solved the problem
    • only the failed attempts, so that future technicians will know what not to try
    • a description of the problem and solution

      Everything that was done to solve a problem should be documented, including failed attempts and the eventual solution. A description of the problem would have been previously documented.
  19. After a computer is powered on, Windows 7 fails to start. What initial procedure would a technician use to deal with this failure?

    • Create a System Repair Disc and restore the image.
    • Press the F12 key during the boot process and start the computer in Safe Mode.
    • Boot from a Windows 7 installation media and access the System Restore utility.
    • Access the Control Panel and choose Restore Files from Backup from the System and Security menu.

      There are many reasons that could cause a PC not to start, including hardware failure, MBR corruption, a hardware driver that was not installed properly, etc. One approach for PC troubleshooting is to boot the PC with a Windows 7 installation DVD and use the System Restore utility to restore the system. To access Safe Mode, we need to press the F8 key (not the F12 key). The other two options assume that the PC can start.
  20. What are two advantages of the NTFS file system compared with FAT32? (Choose two.)

    • NTFS allows faster access to external peripherals such as a USB drive.
    • NTFS supports larger files.
    • NTFS provides more security features.
    • NTFS allows faster formatting of drives.
    • NTFS is easier to configure.
    • NTFS allows the automatic detection of bad sectors.

      The file system has no control over the speed of access or formatting of drives, and the ease of configuration is not file system-dependent.
  21. What type of hard drive contains flash memory for caching frequently used data but stores the most of the data on a magnetic hard disk drive?

    • USB flash drive
    • solid-state drive
    • embedded multimedia card
    • solid-state hybrid disk

      The solid-state hybrid disk is a drive that allows for the storage of data on a magnetic hard disk while utilizing flash memory for caching frequently used data. This is a cheaper alternative to using a solid-state drive.
  22. What does %USERPROFILE% represent in the path C:\Users\%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Temp?

    • the location of the Documents folder of a particular user
    • an environment variable that is set by the operating system
    • a variable set by the administrator for each user of the system
    • a fixed value that represents the level of access of a user to system files
  23. A technician notices that an application is not responding to commands and that the computer seems to respond slowly when applications are opened. What is the best administrative tool to force the release of system resources from the unresponsive application?

    • Task Manager
    • Add or Remove Programs
    • Event Viewer
    • System Restore

      Use the Task Manager Performance tab to see a visual representation of CPU and RAM utilization. This is helpful in determining if more memory is needed. Use the Applications tab to halt an application that is not responding.
  24. A technician has installed a new sound card in a PC but it is not operating correctly. Where should the technician look to investigate driver problems?

    • Computer Management
    • Device Manager
    • My Computer
    • System Tools

      Device Manager can be used to view information about a particular piece of hardware, to view the driver version, to update the driver or roll it back, or to disable/enable a particular device.
  25. Which technology provides a solution for PC virtualization?

    • hypervisor
    • server clustering
    • Terminal Services
    • RAID

      Microsoft provides software, Virtual PC, which is a type of hypervisor that creates and manages virtual machines on a host computer.
  26. What are two consequences of setting an incorrect boot order in the system BIOS? (Choose two.)

    • The computer locks up without any error messages.
    • The computer displays a “BOOTMGR is missing” error after POST.
    • The computer displays an “Invalid Boot Disk” error after POST.
    • The computer continually restarts without displaying the desktop.
    • The computer displays an ‘Inaccessible Boot Device’ error after POST.

      When the boot order is not set correctly in the BIOS, the BIOS may not be able to locate a valid OS to boot the computer because the BIOS is not configured to look at the correct drive. Error messages, such as “BOOTMGR is missing”, “Invalid Boot Disk”, or “Missing NTLDR” may display.
  27. A network administrator has finished migrating from a peer-to-peer network to a new client-server network configuration. What are two advantages of the new configuration? (Choose two.)

    • The total cost of the new solution is considerably lower.
    • Data is more secure in the event of hardware failures.
    • Individual users are in control of their own computers and network resources.
    • Data resources and access are centrally controlled.
    • Personnel costs are lower because a dedicated network administrator is no longer necessary.

      Centralization in a client-server network configuration provides better monitoring for security, as well as easier access to resources. The total cost may be higher because a network administrator is required, but reliability and scalability are enhanced.
  28. Which layer of the OSI model is responsible for physical addressing and the procedures used to access media?

    • application
    • data link
    • network
    • transport

      The data link layer is responsible for physical addressing and access to the network media. The application layer is responsible for network services to support applications. The network layer of the OSI model is responsible for routing and logical addressing.​ The transport layer is responsible for reliable transport and flow control of data across the network.​​
  29. The current IP configuration of a medium size company with several subnets is done manually and is time-consuming. Because of increased network growth, a technician needs a simpler way for IP configuration of workstations. Which service or protocol would simplify the workstation IP configuration task?

    • APIPA
    • DHCP
    • DNS
    • ICMP
  30. Several messages sent to the network administrator are reporting that access to a secure server using HTTPS is failing. After checking recent updates to the company firewall, the administrator learns that the firewall is blocking HTTPS. Which port should be opened to solve the problem?

    • 22
    • 53
    • 80
    • 143
    • 443
  31. Which two commands could be used to check if DNS name resolution is working properly on a Windows PC? (Choose two.)

    • nslookup
    • net
    • ping
    • nbtstat
    • ipconfig /flushdns

      The ping command tests the connection between two hosts. When ping uses a host domain name to test the connection, the resolver on the PC will first perform the name resolution to query the DNS server for the IP address of the host. If the ping command is unable to resolve the domain name to an IP address, an error will result.

      Nslookup is a tool for testing and troubleshooting DNS servers.

  32. Which wireless security mode supports government grade security and offers both personal and enterprise authentication?

    • WEP
    • WPA2
    • WPA
    • LEAP
  33. Which Cloud computing service would be best for an organization that needs to collaboratively create applications and deliver them over the web?

    • PaaS
    • IaaS
    • SaaS
    • ITaaS

      Platform as a service (PaaS) provides a collaborative environment where multiple developers can create software and host an application through a Cloud provider.
  34. A network administrator occasionally asks a technician to make sure that dust does not accumulate on devices in the network equipment closets. What is the purpose of having the technician do this job?

    • Dust can cause network equipment to overheat and cause problems on the network.
    • Dust increases electromagnetic interference in nearby connected cables.
    • Dust can encourage insects and other pests to live in the equipment closets.
    • Dust is considered a fire hazard that poses danger to personnel and equipment.
    • Dust diminishes the range of wireless services.

      Dust can clog the cooling vents of network devices. Network equipment is sensitive to heat and may not operate properly or could be damaged by heat build-up.
  35. A technician installed a network adapter in a computer and wants to test network connectivity. The ping command can receive responses from workstations on the same subnet but not from remote workstations. What could be causing the problem?

    • The NIC driver is out of date.
    • The operating system is not compatible with the remote sites.
    • The TCP/IP protocol stack is not loaded.
    • The default gateway is incorrect.

      The default gateway is the interface IP address of the router that is connected to the local network. The function of the router is to enable communication among different networks. If the default gateway is not set or is incorrect, packets that are destined to other networks will not be able to reach the router, and hence there will be no communication to hosts that are located in other networks.
  36. What are three common input devices found on laptops? (Choose three.)

    • touchpad
    • fingerprint reader
    • web camera
    • external monitor
    • PS/2 keyboard
    • AC power connector

      Touchpads, fingerprint readers, and web cameras are common devices on modern laptops. An external monitor is an output device. While a PS/2 keyboard is an input device, it is not commonly used with laptops. An AC power connector provides a method to recharge the battery, but provides no data input to the laptop.?
  37. A user calls the help desk to report that a mobile device exhibits very slow performance. What could cause this problem?

    • The touchscreen is not calibrated.
    • An app is not compatible with the device.
    • The operating system is corrupt.
    • A power-intensive app is running in the background.

      A power-intensive app that is running in the background could consume most of the CPU cycles and thus the device would exhibit very slow performance for other apps. If an app is not compatible with the device, the device operating system would freeze. If the operating system has encountered an error, the device will fail to respond.
  38. A computer technician has decided that a problem with a laptop can be solved by repairing a hardware component. What should be done first before attempting to repair a hardware component on a laptop?

    • Consult the service manual for the laptop.
    • Ask a fellow technician for advice.
    • Backup the BIOS settings.
    • Remove the keyboard.

      Always consult the service manual before attempting any repairs. You may consult with another technician for advice, but the manual should be consulted first. Backing up the BIOS settings is not necessary. Removal of the keyboard would occur only when necessary during repair.
  39. Which closed-ended question would be appropriate for a technician to use to narrow down the possible problems on a laptop that will not power on?

    • Can the laptop operate using the AC adapter?
    • Have you changed your password recently?
    • What software has been installed recently?
    • What were you doing when the problem occurred?

      Open-ended questions help the technician to identify the issue by allowing the customer to elaborate on the issue.The answers of “What software has been installed recently?” and “What were you doing when the problem occurred?” are examples of open-ended questions. Closed-ended questions are used to narrow the focus of the problem. Closed-ended questions commonly have definite answers such as yes, no, a date, a time, or other specifics. Both questions of “Have you changed your password recently?” and “Can the laptop operate using the AC adapter? are closed-ended questions, but the one relevant to the computer not powering on is the one containing the inquiry about the AC adapter.
  40. A technician is troubleshooting the appearance of flashing lines on a laptop screen. What are two possible causes of this distortion? (Choose two.)

    • Power to the pixels has been removed.
    • The display settings have been changed.
    • The GPU is not cooling correctly.
    • The LCD cutoff switch is damaged.
    • The display is not correctly installed.

      When flashing lines are appearing on a laptop screen, the most common problems are an overheating GPU, faulty GPU, or a display that is not connected properly. When the power to the pixels has been cut off, pixels on the screen will appear dead. If the images on a laptop screen are distorted, a technician should verify that the display settings have not been modified.​
  41. What is an indication that the battery in a mobile device could become physically hazardous and should be immediately replaced?

    • if the battery only supports the system for a reduced period of time
    • if there are signs of swelling
    • if the screen brightness begins to dim
    • if the device feels warm to the touch

      Because a swelling battery is physically hazardous, it should immediately be replaced with a new one from the manufacturer.
  42. Refer to the exhibit. What is true of this mobile device screen?

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    • Tapping and holding the arrow at the bottom left will display the Home screen.
    • Text messages, news, photos and other content can be displayed in the different tiles.
    • Icons and buttons are used to represent the different apps on the phone.
    • Unpinning an app from this view will uninstall the app from the phone.
    • Tile sizes depend on the size of the app.

      The Windows Phone interface uses tiles to represent apps. Tiles are rectangular areas of a screen that identify the app and may also contain active content such as text messages, news feeds, and photos.
  43.  What are two potential risks that could result from rooting or jailbreaking a mobile device? (Choose two.)​

    • enabling app access to the root directory
    • not properly creating or maintaining sandboxing features
    • allowing the user interface to be extensively customized
    • improving device performance
    • enabling features that are disabled by a cellular carrier

      Rooting and jailbreaking mobile devices allows customization of the OS which enables user and app access to the root directory. In addition, rooting and jailbreaking may cause a device to not properly create or maintain sandboxing features. Both of these can create security risks to the device. The three incorrect options are all considered potential benefits of rooting and jailbreaking mobile devices
  44. What two tasks should be done regularly to preserve the security and integrity of data and applications on mobile devices. (Choose two.)

    • Execute a factory reset once a month to remove all unidentified malicious software.
    • Back up user data on a regular basis.
    • Password protect iTunes or Google Play accounts.
    • Use airplane mode if you are accessing the Internet at an open Wi-Fi site.
    • Ensure that the operating system software and applications contain the latest updates.
    • Unmount all unused disk partitions.

      To help secure and protect the software and data on mobile devices, it is a best practice to do frequent backups. Another best practice is to ensure that all patches and updates are applied to software and applications. Patches and updates usually fix vulnerabilities as well as introduce new features.
  45. A tire store needs to use carbon copy paper to print customer invoices so that both the store and the customer have a copy. What is the best printer solution?

    • piezoelectric printer
    • inkjet printer
    • thermal printer
    • impact printer

      The most common type of impact printer is a dot matrix printer. Dot matrix printers can use continuous feed or carbon-copy paper.
  46. A user on a home network wants to share a printer from a Windows 7 computer. What must the user do in order for other Windows 7 computers in the house to obtain the proper driver?

    • The user must browse the Internet, then download and install the proper driver.
    • The person doing the sharing must use the Additional Drivers button in order to designate how many device drivers are allowed to be downloaded.
    • Nothing. Windows automatically provides the driver.
    • The person doing the sharing must use the Additional Drivers button in order to designate the driver to be used by the other Windows 7 computers.

      Windows automatically downloads the driver to users who are accessing the shared printer and have the same version of Windows. The Additional Drivers button can be used to select other operating systems.
  47. Which three components are typically found in laser printer maintenance kits? (Choose three.)

    • fuser assembly
    • primary corona
    • pickup rollers
    • transfer rollers
    • secondary corona
    • paper trays

      Laser printer maintenance kits typically contain components that wear and can be installed with minimal disassembly of the printer. Corona wires are internal components that would require a trained technician to replace. Paper trays are components that are not typically replaced during maintenance, but would be replaced any time if damaged.
  48. What characterizes a DDoS attack?

    • Many hosts participate in a coordinated attack.
    • Infected computers are called daemons.
    • It is easy to identify the source of the attack.
    • All hosts must be in the same geographic area.
  49. What guideline should be followed when establishing a password security policy?

    • Passwords should be physically stored in a convenient location.
    • Passwords should contain mainly numbers for better encryption.
    • The system administrator should assign passwords to the users.
    • Lockout policies should be avoided in order to increase user access.
    • An expiration period should be established so that passwords frequently change.
  50. What are three features provided by the TPM module? (Choose three.)

    • hashed encryption of the hard drive volume
    • security for user authentication information
    • support for Windows backup
    • application license protection
    • storage of digital certificates
    • support for Windows Firewall

      The TPM module stores information specific to a host system, such as encryption keys, digital certificates, and passwords. Applications that use encryption can make use of the TPM chip to secure things like user authentication information, software license protection, as well as encrypted files, folders, and disks.
  51. What is the next troubleshooting step after a theory of probable cause has been established?

    • Test the theory to determine cause.
    • Identify the exact problem.
    • Establish a plan of action.
    • Document findings and outcomes.

      There are six steps in the troubleshooting process.
      1. Identify the problem.
      2. Establish a theory of probable cause.
      3. Test the theory to determine cause.
      4. Establish a plan of action to resolve the problem.
      5. Verify full system functionality.
      6. Document findings.

  52. Once a technician understands a customer complaint, it is common to ask closed-ended questions. Which question is a close-ended one?

    • What happened before the error occurred?
    • Is this the first time the error occurred?
    • What happened after the error occurred?
    • What error messages were displayed when the error occurred?

      During the troubleshooting, when the technician listens and understands the computer problems from the customer, some more questions may need to be asked to gather further information. These follow up questions should be targeted and closed-ended questions based on the information that have been provided by the customer. The closed-ended questions should be focused on specific aspects and the customer should be able to answer such questions with a simple “yes” or “no” or with a factual response.
  53. What is a characteristic of the open source license of an application software?

    • It requires registration instead of purchasing.
    • It cannot be used for campus-wide deployment.
    • It allows users to modify and share the source code.
    • It does not require purchase in order to use the software.
    • It requires acknowledged completion of a professional training course prior to use.

      An open source license is a copyright license for software that allows developers to modify and share the source code that runs the software. Open source software could be free to use or require purchase. In either case, users have access to the source code. Open source software could be used as personal software or deployed enterprise wide. User registration is an encouraged optional feature.
  54. Chad, a level one call center technician, receives a customer phone call. The customer has an issue that Chad does not have the knowledge to answer. The customer is irritated that Chad cannot provide immediate assistance. Which two things should Chad do next? (Choose two.)

    • Document the reason the customer called and create a support ticket.
    • Inform the customer of the need to call back later.
    • Escalate the customer to a level two technician.
    • Ask the customer further questions to diagnose and attempt to fix the problem.
    • Place the customer on hold until the customer has time to cool down.

      When a customer contacts a call center, the level one technician should always create a ticket and document the problem that the customer is experiencing. If the level one technician is unable to provide assistance, the technician should escalate the ticket to a level two technician.
  55. Users in an office complain that the network printer is printing vertical lines and streaks on all pages. What is a likely cause of this problem?

    • The printer does not have enough memory.
    • The printer has an incorrect IP address.
    • The wrong print driver is installed.
    • The printer drum is damaged.

      If the printer drum is damaged, pages may have vertical lines or streaks.
  56. A technician is troubleshooting a Windows 7 computer that displays an “Invalid Boot Disk” error message. What would be the most likely action the technician should perform to correct the issue?

    • Use the System Recovery Options to select the correct active partition.
    • Scan for and remove any virus found.
    • Run chkdsk /F /R to fix the hard drive file entries.
    • Replace the hard drive on the computer.

      Typical causes of a computer operating system not being found are as follows:

      • The partition is not set as active.
      • The computer is missing startup files necessary for Windows.
  57. When a user tries to run a program, a missing or corrupt DLL message is displayed. What are two possible solutions to this problem? (Choose two.)

    • Reinstall the correct drivers.
    • Use the msconfig command to adjust the startup settings for the program.
    • Run Windows Startup Repair.
    • Run sfc/scannow in Safe Mode.
    • Reinstall the program that is associated with the corrupt DLL file.

      Two possible solutions to a reported missing or corrupt DLL are to reinstall the program that is associated with the corrupt DLL file or restart the computer in Safe Mode and run sfc/scannow. Windows Startup Repair is used to solve Windows startup problems. Adjusting the program startup settings by using msconfig is applicable only to programs that start correctly. Drivers relate to hardware, not to programs.
  58. Which two actions can be taken when configuring Windows Firewall? (Choose two.)

    • Enable MAC address authentication.
    • Turn on port screening.
    • Manually open ports that are required for specific applications.
    • Allow a different software firewall to control access.
    • Perform a rollback.

      When a different software firewall is installed, Windows Firewall must be disabled through the Windows Firewall control panel. When Windows Firewall is enabled, specific ports can be enabled that are needed by specific applications.
  59. A technician wants to allow users to backup and restore all the files on their computers, but does not want the users to be able to make changes to the system. How should the technician give users this functionality?

    • Grant the users read permissions on all files.
    • Give the users administrator rights on their computers.
    • Make the users members of a group called Backup Operators.
    • Check the Folder is Ready for Archiving box in the properties of each folder.

      It is better to grant permissions at group level than individual permissions. This way any member of a group would have the respective permissions to carry out the permitted tasks and allows for a tighter control of what the group members can do in a given environment. It also makes it easier to administer the environment.
  60. Match the facility access control devices to the correct descriptions. (Not all options are used.)

    ITE - IT Essentials Final Exam Answers Form B v6.0 2018 2019 100% 02

    ITE – IT Essentials Final Exam Answers Form B v6.0 2018 2019 100% 02

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