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QUESTION:46You are creating an ASP.NET application by using the .NET Framework 3.5. The applicationhas several subdirectories under the application root directory. Only the users who belong to anapproved role can access the contents of the subdirectory. The user authorizations for thesubdirectories must be stored in a single Web.config file in the application root directory. Youneed to ensure that the node encloses the approved roles and specifies the appropriatesubdirectory. Which node should you use?A
QUESTION:47You are creating an ASP.NET application by using the .NET Framework 3.5. User accounts inActive Directory are configured to provide access to resources. You need to ensure that userscan access the resources through the application. Which XML fragment should you use in theWeb.config file?D
QUESTION:48You are creating an ASP.NET application by using the .NET Framework 3.5. The applicationwill be accessed by Internet users. You plan to enable users to authenticate from the client-sidescript. You add the following code fragment in the Web.config file of the application. <system.web.extensions > < scripting > < webService s > < authenticationServiceenabled="true" / > < /webServices > < /scripting > < /system.web.extensions > You need toconfigure the application to ensure user credentials are validated against Active Directory by21

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mohammad Alizadeh
Tags
NET Framework, Microsoft SQL Server

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