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1.A technician, who was signed in to a Windows 10 computer as local administrator, accessed theLocal Security Policy console and changed the Lock Screen timeout from 10 minutes to 60minutes. After the technician completed the change, the user signed in to AD and discoveredthat the setting had reverted to 10 minutes. What can the technician do to keep the setting fromreverting from 60 minutes to 10 minutes?
2.A Windows 10 user is copying a file from the C:\data folder to the E:\data folder. The C: drive isformatted with NTFS, and the D: drive is formatted with FAT32. What happens to thepermissions of the file on the D:\ drive when copied?
3.You have been tasked with training end users in security best practices and have observed atrend among users in which many are writing down their passwords. Which of the followingprocedures can be implemented to provide enough security to protect resources whileminimizing the need for users to write down their passwords?
4.A technician wants to limit access to a group of folders and is using Group Policy to prevent theusers in the sales department from accessing folders assigned to the accounting department.The technician is having difficulty achieving acceptable results. Which of the following is themost likely reason the technician is having difficulties?
5.You have received several trouble tickets from the employees in the warehouse for the stand-alone computers used to control various shipping machines because the computers are notbooting when powered. Each time a technician resolves the booting issue the boot order ischanged in the firmware. Each computer is required to have the USB ports disabled in the

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