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9L0-415AppleOS X Support Essentials 10.9
9L0-415D. What does it mean when you choose the option to "ignore volume ownership" in the Finder? What are the security ramifications of ignoring volume ownership? Answer: D QUESTION: 205 Safe Sleep is a feature of all OS X compatible portable Macs that saves the system's state to permanent storage in cases where the computer's battery drains completely. Power Nap is a feature of Mac systems introduced after mid-2011 that use all-flash storage. Power Nap allows the Mac to automatically wake in a low-power mode so the system can perform a variety of application and system updates. A. What happens during system shutdown? B. What are Safe Sleep and Power Nap? C. Which sharing services can OS X provide? D. What does the master password do? Answer: B QUESTION: 206 How is the Domain Name Service (DNS) used to facilitate network naming?D QUESTION: 207 86
9L0-415OS X supports Bonjour and Server Message Block (SMB), including support for legacy Network Basic Input/Output and Windows Internet Naming Service (NetBIOS and WINS) dynamic network service discovery protocols. D QUESTION: 208 What happens during user logout?