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QUESTION: 204 You have been managing the UNIX Server, usersys02, for 2 years and all patches and OS updates are current. During your daily operations you notice that there are multiple logins for user, manager04, using the who command. You know that the manager is not running that many sessions. In addition to discussing best security practices with the manager, what other actions can you take? A. Change the default setting in /etc/security from 0 to 5 B. Change the default setting in /etc/security from 100 to 5 C. Change the default setting in /etc/default/security from 0 to 5 D. Change the default setting in /etc/default/security from 100 to 5 Answer: C QUESTION: 205 You have been managing a UNIX Server, system02, for two years and all patches and OS updates are current. Why did the network security group send you a message to add the following line to your ARP configuration file? system03 00:30:6e:5c:3f:f8 A. UNIX Server system03 needs system02 to be the default gateway. B. The network security group wants to stop spoofing of UNIX Server system03. C. UNIX Server system03 has been added as your default gateway. D. The network security group added UNIX Server system03 for address resolution. Answer: B QUESTION: 206 You have been managing a UNIX Server, system02, running HP-UX Trusted System for two years and all patches and OS updates are current. You are preparing to do your monthly maintenance and want to ensure no new logins occur. You also want to make sure that no one can login during the maintenance period. Which actions do you need to
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