A System Administrator has deployed an XGS The NAP policy is configured to

A system administrator has deployed an xgs the nap

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QUESTION: 57 A System Administrator has deployed an XGS. The NAP policy is configured to generate a local log event tor every accepted network connection, for example, the Event Log object is enabled for the default Accept NAP rule. Due to the number of network
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connections, the administrator is concerned that this could take up too much disk space on the XGS. Which configuration should the Administrator change to ensure that this does not happen? A. The Event Log object should be deleted and recreated with a new storage limit B. The Event Log object should be edited and the percentage of the total event storage limit used for NAP events should be set. C. The Event Log object should be cloned and the new object should have the percentage of the total event storage limit for all logs set. D. The Event Log object should be cloned and the new object should only have NAP event logging enabled and the percentage of the total event storage limit used for events should be set. Answer: C QUESTION: 58 A System Administrator wants to configure an XGS so that only when the SQL_lnjection security event is enabled in the IPS policy and triggered, the XGS performs a packet capture of the complete connection from the point of the event triggering. How should the System Administrator configure the XGS? C
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