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Unformatted text preview: C. Privilege Management
D. Resource Management
E. Password Management
Answer: D, E
Answers D and E are correct. Resource Management and Password Management items are used
to create profiles. Profiles can be used for account locking, password aging and expiration,
password history, and password complexity verification. CPU time, I/O operations, idle time,
connect time, memory space, and concurrent sessions can be controlled by profiles. Password
changes are accomplished using the ALTER USER command. Users, who have not been
assigned a profile, automatically conform to the limits assigned to the DEFAULT profile.
Profiles can only be assigned to users.
A: Profiles are not used for Object Management in Oracle.
B: Schema Management is used to work with user schema objects, like tables, indexes and other
logical structures, but not profiles.
C: Profiles are not used for Privilege Management in Oracle, privileges are used for this
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