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Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #24 Hardening Windows Systems

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Chapter Quiz #24

1. When should you disable EFS?

a. Always.
b. Always, unless you have implemented a policy for EFS management that includes recovery procedures and key backups.
c. Never.
d. Never, unless you have implemented a policy for EFS management that includes recovery procedures and key backups.

2. IPSec policies can be implemented on these platforms, except one. Which?

a. Windows 2000
b. Windows Server 2003
c. Windows XP
d. It's a trick question - IPSec can be implemented on all three.

3. How many technical password policies can you run within a Windows domain?

a. 1
b. 2
c. 4
d. 5

4. Wireless networks should have...

a. PEAP.
b. 802.1x authentication.
c. REDOUBT 2.x or higher.
d. PEAP and 802.1x authentication.
e. PEAP and REDOUBT 2.x or higher.
f. 802.1x authentication and REDOUBT 2.x or higher.
g. All the above.

5. Password policies set at the OU level affects...

a. Only that particular workstation.
b. Only local user accounts in the OU.
c. Only users within that GPO realm.
d. All users on the network.



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This was first published in August 2004

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