Unit 5 VLab 1 Assessment Questions

Unit 5 VLab 1 Assessment Questions - 4 Which GPO policy...

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IS3340 Unit 5 Assessment Questions Lab Assessment Questions & Answers 1. Is using the option to Store passwords using reversible encryption a good security practice? Why or why not? No. Storing passwords using reversible encryption is essentially the same as storing plaintext versions of the passwords. 2. Compare the GPO Report and the RSOP Report. GPO requires a lot of diffing in order to get to where you want to be in order to make changes. With the RSPO you can see everything that’s going on and quickly go to where you want to be without all of the digging. 3. How often are GPO changes applied? Must the user be logged off the system? Changes are made in accordance with what the administrator sets. The user doesn’t have to be logged off at the time of the changes, but the changes will take affect once the user logs off.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Which GPO policy takes precedence in the case o± a policy con²ict? Why? ±he password policy takes precedence because security is the most important thing. 5. What is the value o± the Group Policy in an enterprise environment? ±he value is very high because it eliminates doing everything one at a Tme and wasTng man hours. 6. What are some o± the reasons that an organizaTon would need to document their exisTng GPO se³ngs? ±he main reason for documentaTon is for logging purposes. ±here always needs to be record of changes, and just in case the system goes down, there will be a good starTng point from where the system was previously at....
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